Ishem

Integrated safety, health & environmental management

Ishem Integrated safety, health and environmental management

ISHEM is a multi-disciplinary consultant to the built and natural environment, providing a comprehensive and co-ordinated range of high quality monitoring, assessment, analytical, environmental, engineering, surveying and management services to a diverse range of clients in the public and private sectors.

Overview

ISHEM is an independent and multi-disciplinary practice of consulting scientists and engineers.

The practice brings together a tradition of technical and service excellence to deliver solutions with real commercial impact. Our people bring with them a wealth of experience derived from an intimate role at the front line of the delivery of integrated safety, health and environmental management solutions across all business and industry sectors.
From the initial design concept to auditing and compliance monitoring, combined with preventive engineering, troubleshooting and incident investigation, we assess risk and provide solutions. Delivering technology and knowledge-based solutions, our expertise spans hazard and risk management, environmental engineering, health and safety management and resource conservation and material recycling. We add value by ensuring regulatory compliance can be achieved with the application of best practice and technology at minimum cost, thereby minimising capital investment, maximising operational performance and optimising maintenance regimens.
ISHEM understands the need to develop and enhance the whole lifecycle management of assets using advanced technology, products and management processes to improve efficiency, safety and business operation.

Latest News

Ireland FM Exhibition Presentations

Mar 2015

Bill Thomas and Clive Hanna gave presentations at the Ireland FM Exhibition in March 2015 more

Legionella Control Course Dates Released

Oct 2014

More open course dates released in for 2015 more

New ACoP 2013 is now available

Jan 2014

The revised version of Approved Code of Practice: Legionnaires’ disease: The control of legionella bacteria in water systems (4th Ed) has been released. more