The 23rd Annual National Irish Safety Organisation / Northern Ireland Safety Group (NISO/NISG) Safety Awards took place on 3 October 2014 at a special ceremony in Mullingar at which the Supreme Safety Award winner for 2014, sponsored by Phillips 66, was announced as Cold Chon (Galway) Ltd. (Chemoran).
The Supreme Safety Award is presented to the organisation which has shown consistently good or continuously improving health and safety performance over a number of years and an outstanding contribution to occupational safety, health and welfare during the previous year. The Awards are highly valued and regarded among health and safety professionals throughout the island of Ireland.
Mr Liam Henry (Director Cold Chon Galway Ltd.) and Mr Tom Walsh (Director RMS Ltd.) meeting Health Minister Leo Varadkar at Croí House in Newcastle Galway, of which Cold Chon is a Founding Patron of the Courtyard Apartment Fund.
The ‘Courtyard Apartments’ have been specifically designed for short-term stays, to allow family members to be as close as possible to patients who are in hospital for cardiac or stroke care.
The ‘Courtyard Apartments’ consists of three self-contained ground floor accommodation units, located just a ten minute walk from University Hospital Galway. Each open-plan apartment is equipped with; a large twin bedroom ensuite bathroom, fully fitted kitchen, sitting and dining area along with a private entrance with secure private entry.
Cold Chon Galway is proud to support Croí and their new facilities.
Cold Chon undergoes fully compliant EPA inspection. It was noted by the inspector that “There were no concerns noted during the inspection and no issues raised regarding compliance”
27th of September 2016
Cold Chon have ISO 14001 certification renewed for a further three years following successful two day reassessment audit by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI)
3rd June 2016