Latest The Hub News @ : 08/05/2018 14:21:32
Tuesday 8th May 2018 14:21
Death Notice William (Billy) Kennedy (Ex ESB Airton Road) / Jimmy Flynn
It is with regret that I inform you of the death of our former colleague William (Billy) Kennedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time. May he Rest in Peace
Funeral arrangements as follows;
Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 11.30am in Church of the Immaculate Conception, Clondalkin Village and afterwards for burial in Newlands Cross Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to St. Patrick’s Unit, Peamount Hospital
Health, Safety & Wellbeing
Weekly Safety Performance Report for week ending Sunday 6th May 2018 / Please find below a link to this weeks Safety Performance for ESB Weekly Safety Performance Report for week ending Sunday 6th May 2018
Adrian Lane’s Retirement Ennis / Alan Hogan
Adrian has decided to call it a day after 43 years service on Friday 11th May.
Adrian joined the company as an Apprentice in 1975 being based in Rosbrien at the time. After successful completion of his apprenticeship Adrian worked as a Cable Jointer in Limerick and also as a Cable Jointer in the biggest project at the time in Ireland, the construction of Moneypoint.
He then transferred to the Area Office in Ennis, which was based in Carmody Street at the time. He worked as an Operator/Areas NT until the present. He succesfully applied for an On Call position in 1985 and contributed more than 30 years of On Call service to the Company, a huge achievemnet in itself sacrificing many a family event and Christmas dinner in order to restore supply to many, many customers over the years.
Adrian was heavily involved with the TEEU over his career and acted as a Comittee Member, Secratary and Chairman of the Limerick No 2 Branch. He was the Safety Rep for Ennis and was Chairman of the Midwest Safety Committee for a term.
Adrian and his Family are holding a celebration of his career in ESBN on the 29th of June in The Old Ground Hotel in Ennis and have asked me to extend their invitation to all his colleagues both past and present to come and share a good night to mark the occasion. Congratulations to Adrian and Chris and best wishes for the future. Alan Hogan
Matt Dunne, STSS, ESB Networks is retiring / John Doyle
Matt Dunne, STSS Dublin Sth is retiring. Having given 43+ years of great service to ESB & ESB Networks Matt has decided to move to a new stage in his life.
Matt has worked in a number of areas and locations over his long career; Athlone District, Tullamore Area, ESBN HR, Sth Lotts Road, Electricity Market Opening project, and finally Dublin Sth Division.
Matt has made a tremendous contribution to the company and has been a great help and support to all he has worked with over the years with his in-depth knowledge of the electricity network, IT systems, his experience and his kind and friendly manner.
Matt would like to invite his colleagues and friends to the Leopardstown Inn on Friday 11th May at 8pm for some informal drinks and a chat to mark his retirement and to celebrate the start of this new and exciting chapter in his life. Looking forward to seeing you all there.
Anyone who would like to make a contribution can contact one of the following: • Jim Gilbert , ext: 43305, Leopardstown.
• Enda Walsh, ext: 35638, Enniscorthy
• John Doyle , ext: 43339, Leopardstown
Retirement of Declan Phelan / Frank Murphy
Declan would like to invite all staff for some drinks to celebrate his retirement on Friday 11th of May @ 7pm in Martha’s, Tramore
Syl O’ Neill Retirement / Martin Conroy
Syl O’Neill competence and assurance auditor has decided the time is now right to hang up his boots after 41 years of dedicated service.
During his 41 years Syl has worked in or audited in all locations across Networks and has made many friends along the way.
Syl worked as an NT in Enniscorthy from 1977 – 2003 involved in all aspects of area work including new supplies, M&R and finally NRP.
In 2003 he was appointed Safety Officer ESB Contracts subsequently transferring to Contracting Partners safety team in 2006, a position he held until 2010.
In 2010 Syl joined the Independent Safety & Quality team which was amalgamated with the Competence & Compliance team in 2014 to become the Competence & Assurance team.
To celebrate his well-earned retirement Syl would like to invite his many friends and colleagues to celebrate with him in The Baily, Enniscorthy from 8:30 pm on Friday 18th May If you wish to be associated with a presentation to Syl please contact: · Mark Madigan, Clanwilliam
· Michael Casey, Wilton
· Dan Mernagh, Enniscorthy
· Steve Conlon, Dundalk
· Kevin Foley, Longford
· Seamus Cannon, Letterkenny
· JP Reddin, Portlaoise