Dundalk Institute of Technology has developed, and is implementing, a comprehensive Safety Management Programme in compliance with its obligations under The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and any additional Regulations, Approved Codes of Practice and Guidance.
The Safety Policy Statement clearly outlines the Institute's intent in creating and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment for all staff, students, contractors, visitors and others affected by its activities.
Dundalk Institute of Technology has a statutory duty under the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 to ensure in so far as is reasonably practicable the health, safety and welfare of its employees, students and all others who may be affected by its workplace activity.
Parent Safety Statement and Ancillary Safety Statements For the different Schools and Functional Areas of the Institute.
This manual has been prepared by the Estates Office of Dundalk Institute of Technology as a guide for staff and students on the Fire Safety Management Programme in place throughout the Institute.
Dundalk Institute of Technology is committed to reducing accidents and ill-health to the staff and students of the Institute. Procedures are in place in the Institute to ensure that all incidents are recorded.
This policy is designed to guide all staff and students of DkIT on the procedures in place for the access and provision of first aid assistance. It also outlines the procedures implemented for the maintenance of first aid equipment and supplies, in addition to the reporting of
This document is to provide information on the location and procedure required for the use of the AED units positioned throughout the campus. This policy was initially approved by the Executive Board on 12th June 2015 and is reviewed and approved annually by the ISMC in conjuction with the Healt
Information about staying safe on campus, released by the Garda Síochána.