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Laurence Dunne Archaeology,
3, Lios na Lohart, Ballyvelly,
Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Laurence Dunne Archaeology is committed to the implementation of the health and safety requirements as defined in the legislation below. Additionally, the company identifies safe systems of work and maintains safe places of work, as far as is reasonably practicable.  It provides the resources and actively seeks the co-operation of all employees to meet this commitment and thereby maintains safe working practices and a safe working environment.  At the same time it is recognized that all employees have a legal duty to observe the policies and standards of care for the health and safety of themselves and their fellow workers.

In order to prevent workplace injuries and ill health, it is our policy to:

  • Provide and maintain a safe workplace which uses safe plant and equipment
  • Prevent risks from use of any article or substance and from exposure to physical agents, noise and vibration
  • Prevent any improper conduct or behaviour likely to put the safety, health and welfare of employees at risk
  • Provide instruction and training to employees on health and safety
  • Provide protective clothing and equipment to employees
  • Appointing a competent person as the company’s Safety Officer

All work undertaken by us complies with the following legislation;

  • S.I. of 2005 Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act
  • S.I.44 of 2007 Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007
  • S.I. No. 422/1981 – Safety in Industry (Diving Operations) Regulations


Field staff at Laurence Dunne Archaeology have completed Safe Pass and certified Marine Safety Training courses.