We were delighted to be shortlisted in both the Employer of the Year and Service Sector Excellence categories, which recognise the importance we place on delivering high standards of service to our customers, and a great work environment for our employees.
Women in Construction Week highlights the growing number of women working within the construction sector and acknowledges the great work that women do within an industry which has been dominated by men for decades.
ITS Founder and Managing Director, Brendan Crealey, will take to the stage at the 6th Annual National Construction Summit Ireland on 3rd March 2022 to discuss best practice in relation to managing safety during temporary works.
We are hosting a FREE Working at Heights Demo Day at our Portadown site on Thursday 25th November 2021. This event is ideal for business owners and employees who work at height, training coordinators, health and safety managers, maintenance and facilities managers, and other individuals who are passionate about reducing deaths and accidents in the workplace.
Temporary works (TW) are the parts of a construction project that are needed to enable the permanent works to be built. Usually, the TW are removed after use – e.g., access scaffolds, props, shoring, excavation support, falsework, and formwork, etc. Sometimes the TW is incorporated into the permanent works – e.g., haul road foundations..
At Industry Training Services, we offer a variety of confined spaces training depending on the level of risk, covering every potential hazard. We have four different confined space practical areas with different offerings/configurations that provide practical training that’s specific to your needs.
IPAF is the sole issuer of the PAL (Powered Access Licence) card. Oonly platform operators who have successfully completed IPAF training at an IPAF-Approved Training Centre (such as ITS) are issued the PAL Card.
On behalf of Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention, we’d like to thank ITS for their continuous generosity towards our charity and for their own work towards breaking the stigma around mental illness in the construction industry.