Latest ESBNET News @ : 06/12/2017 14:00:15
Wednesday 6th December 2017 14:00
Death of Carmel Costello (sister of Rioghnach Buckley, Leopardstown) / Barbara Vance
The death has occurred of Carmel Costello, sister of our colleague Rioghnach Buckley, Leopardstown Road.
Sadly missed by her loving family, beloved wife of the late Denis and much loved mother of Charmaine, Caroline, Adrian and Maureen; sadly missed by her loving children, daughter-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, sisters, brother, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, wide circle of friends, particularly her close friend Valerie and neighbours.
Removal was Tues 5 and funeral this morning (Wed 6)
Events & Launches
Gateway Christmas Market Stall, Thurs 7th Dec, 12-2 /
Reminder: Don’t miss out on our indoor Christmas market showcasing an array of products & services from the local Irish suppliers. Join us in 3 Gateway on Thursday 7th December from 12 noon to 2pm.
Our BaxterStorey stall will feature some of our favourite bakes & preserves hand-made by our team. All proceeds from the BaxterStorey stall will go to Brother Kevin Crowley from the Capuchin Day Centre for the homeless. Amongst the exhibitors:
• The Irish Landmark Trust,
• Be Natural health Shop,
• Westwood Fitness,
• Kidzone Fitness,
• O’Briens Wine,
• O’Mahony Meats,
• Sean Hussey Fruit & Vegetables,
• Celtic Candles.
Great Discounts & Special Deals available from the exhibitors on the day! Come along & enjoy!!
Health, Safety & Wellbeing
Understanding our Safety Culture / Group Health Safety & Wellbeing
As we embark upon the next stage of our safety improvement, our first step is understanding our safety culture.
The Networks Safety Culture Questionnaire is still live and only take 10 minutes to complete.
This will be followed by individual and group discussions to get a full picture of our current safety culture. You can find your link in an email from your Safety Support Manager and in this month’s Core Brief.
Please answer openly and honestly – we are really interested in your views on safety, what is working well, what is not working so well. This will help us gauge where we are now in safety. More information can be found on the Hub.
Thank you to those in G&WM & Innovation who completed the survey, focused discussions are starting in locations there next week and will continue into the New Year.
Weekly Safety Performance Report / Group Safety Support
Please find below a link to this weeks Safety performance for ESB businesses.
In it you will find an update in relation to Good Catches, P1s, All safety Incidents and Lost Time Incidents.
Page 2 of the report gives details of any P1s or Lost Time Injuries that were reported last week. Weekly Safety Performance Report for Week Ending Sunday 3rd December 2017 Thank you for supporting a safer ESB.
Jim Curran’s Retirment 15th December / Teresa Fallon
Jim Curran joined ESB on 30th October 1979 to take up a role with Distribution Department. That day was the start of a long and distinguished career with ESB and Electric Ireland while also taking a few years to see life outside ESB with International firm Glen Dimplex.
Building up a huge expertise in Energy Supply & Energy Services in both the Business and Residential area, Jim has supported many transformational initiatives including the Demand Side Management drive of the ’80/’90’s, to the deregulation of the electricity market and ending up being at the foundation of Smarter home developments in Electric Ireland. Jim has been described over the years as being “exceptionally talented”, “hardworking”, “enthusiastic”, and “helpful”. Those of us who have worked with Jim will appreciate his commitment and dedication to ESB over the years and will want to wish him a long and happy retirement.
Jim will be having a retirement night on 15th December in Clontarf Castle. All are welcome. Arrival at approx 6.30.
If you would like to be associated with the presentation please contact any of the following: Teresa Fallon, Electric Ireland, extension 34459
Sean Mooney, Electric Ireland, extension 34501
Brian Ryan, Electric Ireland, extension 34334
Susan Whyte, Electric Ireland, extension 34502
Elaine Robinson, Electric Ireland, extension 34454
Teresa Fallon, Innovation Manager
Customer Innovations, Electric Ireland