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Last month
June 2024
There were 43 work-related deaths in Ireland last year, 19 of which resulted in prosecutions
This year
Man (60s) dies after workplace-related incident on Longford road last night
Irish Farmers' Association criticise plans for 'blitz of farm inspections' amid heavy rain
Significant increase in number of work-related deaths last year compared to 2022
43 people lost their lives in work-related incidents in 2023 compared to 28 the previous year.
Agriculture, forestry and fishing accounted for 20 fatalities, with farming accounting for 16 of these fatalities.
HSA Assistant Chief Executive Mark Cullen told The Journal that fatalities in the agriculture and construction sectors remain "stubbornly high".
Last year
New laws requiring quad bike users to wear helmets and do safety training come into effect
Man in his 60 dies following workplace accident in Co Wicklow
'Nothing short of a miracle' no one killed after pub collapses in Co Mayo
Man dies after falling from height at workplace in Co Westmeath
Man (30s) dies following workplace accident in Co Meath
Man who was injured in fire at Cork Stryker plant in April has died
Gardaí and HSA investigating after man dies at Kerry slurry pit
Man injured at Stryker plant in Carrigtwohill on life support, family say
Man (40s) hospitalised with serious burn injuries after fire at Stryker facility in Cork
All time
2022 saw lowest number of work-related fatalities in 30 years
Man dead after fall from roof of farm building in Co Limerick
Man (50s) dies in workplace accident in Co Cavan
Workplace deaths in 2021 fell to lowest recorded level
Boy (6) dies following 'tragic accident' in swimming pool at Offaly hotel
HSE fined €23,000 over attack on nurses by a patient
Lowest number of work-related fatalities since records began reported in 2021
Man (30s) dies in workplace incident in Dublin
75% of pubs, restaurants and nightclubs 'fully compliant' with rules over Bank Holiday weekend
Man (30s) dies in workplace accident in Clare
Meat plant inspections find lack of social distancing, ill-fitted masks, and asbestos
Documents show government unease at campaign to designate Covid-19 an 'occupational illness'
Witness appeal after man is killed while carrying out roadworks in Kerry
Around 20% of meat plant workers are covered by sick pay, according to an industry spokesperson
State body that enforces Covid-19 guidelines in workplaces has issued 54 prohibition notices in last six weeks
A €20m budget and just 67 field inspectors: Is the HSA up to the task of policing the Covid reopening?
Man dies in suspected workplace accident at Kildare meat processing plant
Young girl dies following farming accident in Donegal
Handshakes and sharing cups banned: How Irish businesses will operate once they reopen
Concern over how physical distancing in workplaces will be 'policed' once restrictions are eased
Teenage boy dies following farming incident involving overturned tractor in Clare
Construction deaths more than doubled last year with falls from heights being the leading cause
Safety watchdog to carry out inspection 'blitz' on construction sites nationwide
'It's not a burden, it's an opportunity': One fifth of Irish workforce aged 55 and over
HSA to carry out safety inspection blitz on quarries
39 people died in workplace incidents last year, with 17 deaths caused by vehicles
Call for immediate action to prevent further deaths after worker dies in Dublin's North Docks