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Tuesday 14th November 2017 14:18
Liberty Bell require Female Cyclists/Walkers based in D2&D3 for trial / Brian Gray
Liberty Bell are looking for female participants to give feedback on walking and cycling in Dublin City (WHY – Shaping the Future for A Safer City).
Currently only 25% of cyclists in Dublin are female.
Liberty Bell is a low cost, technical solution that simplifies the gathering and centralisation of qualitative data about the movement of bicyclists and pedestrians through a neighbourhood, campus, public amenity or access to different modes of transport.
We need to understand the issues that make people feel unsafe or be unsafe, makes them happy and comfortable while bicycling and walking. Understanding the issues is the first step in addressing the needs of cities to get more people out of cars and moving on foot or on bicycle.
Liberty Bell is currently gathering data on citizen’s perceptions of their experiences while walking and cycling in Dublin, in a programme sponsored by Dublin City Council. This data will be compiled and presented to Dublin City Council, as part of a Smart Dublin pilot. To ensure that the data presented includes diverse perspectives, it is important to represent the experience across the male / female population.
So far ESB has been involved in 2 phases of cycling trials, where largely male cyclists participated. We know that here in ESB, many females regularly walk or cycle in Dublin City. With this in mind, Liberty Bell are currently looking for;
*20 female cyclists to participate in gathering data while cycling. *20 females to participate in gathering data while walking.
Participants do not need to cycle or walk every day – but rather record issues during their normal daily life, for a period of 2 weeks.
Participants require a smart phone with data plan and if a cycling participant, will require their own bike.
To register your interest in participating in this trial, please RSVP to email@example.com with either WALKING or CYCLING in the subject line.
So if you are based in a D2 or D3 office and would like to give your input on your regular experience as a cyclist or walker, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.
Retired staff can now access vintage ESB staff newspapers online / ESB Archives
The ESB Archives team are delighted to now provide retired ESB employees with online access to the back catalogue of ESB’s staff newspapers.
As this online resource is restricted and not available to the general public, retired employees need a Microsoft Outlook email address in order to request access. Please visit www.esbarchives.ie/retiredstaff/ for more information on the application process.
ESB has a long history of producing quality staff periodicals: the Rural Electrification Office’s REO News from 1947; the ESB Journal from 1958; the marketing magazine Prospect from 1962; and of course EM from 1969.
Users can choose to browse the collection, or filter their search by newspaper title, year or month or perform a Google like search inputting keywords, names or phrases.
Death of Eileen Murphy, Wife of Late Tim Murphy, ex Fleet St. / Niall O Connor
I regret to inform you of the death of the Eileen Murphy, wife of the late Tim Murphy, ex ESB Fleet Street. Funeral Arrangements:
Removal on Wednesday morning (15th. November) to St. Patrick’s Church, Celbridge arriving for Requiem Mass at 11 o’c followed by burial in Donacomper Cemetery, Celbridge
Death of Elizabeth Finlay, mother of Liam, NT, Monaghan / Siobhan Mannering
It is with regret that I inform you of the death of Elizabeth Finlay, mother of Liam, NT mONTAGHAN, may she rest in peace. Arrangements as follows:
Peacefully at Mullinahinch Nursing Home. Predeceased by her husband P.J. Finlay.
Sadly missed by her daughters Mairead and Ann, sons Donal and Liam, sons in law, daughters in law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, brother Dan, sister Rosemary, brothers in law, sisters in law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Reposing at her residence on Monday (13/11/2017) from 12 noon until 10 p.m.
Removal on Tuesday (14/11/2017) at 10.15 a.m., arriving at St. Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan for funeral Mass at 11 a.m.
Burial afterwards in St. Joseph’s New cemetery, Latlurcan.
House private on Tuesday morning please.
Family flowers only please.
Health, Safety & Wellbeing
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 12th November 2017 Thank you for supporting a safer ESB.
Reminder: Triple Retirement Notification / Maria Ferris
With more than 120 years between them of excellent and dedicated contribution to ESB & Electric Ireland, Triona Callis, Noeleen Daniels & Val Molyneux have decided to move on to the next exciting phase of their lives.
An event to mark this wonderful occasion is being held in The Croke Park Hotel, Dublin on 24th November.
If you wish to contribute please contact Breid Sands, Amanda Griffin or Maria Ferris in Electric Ireland, Swift Sq.