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Construction workers in Ireland are required to have a VALID Safe Pass Card.   The Solas safepass card confirms that the construction  worker has passed a basic safety awareness course. Holders of the card are acquainted with potential dangers that may arise when they engage in construction related tasks.

Safe Pass Course participants need to have good English. They must be over 16 years and hold an Irish PPS number.  Seamus O’Sullivan Training only provides safe pass training courses in English. It is possible to get courses in Polish, Russian, Irish in Dublin City.

Killarney  is a suitable location for a Solas SafePass course . The Killarney venue can be easily reached by people from Kerry, Cork, Clare and Limerick.  There are lots of fantastic places to stay in Killarney.  There is a daily bus service to the venue. Dublin coach run buses from Dublin city via Kildare, Annacotty, Limerick to Killarney and it is possible to hop on this bus and stay at the venue which is usually the Gleneagle Hotel  There are loads of good quality bed and breakfasts nearby. 

Health and Safety Training is a legal requirement. The training is provided to assist employers  provide a safe place of work. Follow up supervision in all workplaces is of course required. This is to confirm that what was learned during the training course is put into practice. The Killarney venue in County  Kerry is a short journey for people living in Newmarket, Ballydesmond, Mallow, Macroom, Millstreet Co Cork.  Abbeyfeale, Newcastlewest, Adare Co Limerick are close by. Townlands in Kerry such as Tralee, Castleisland, Dingle and Listowel are  only a small drive away.

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