Nick Smyth graduated from the University of Limerick in 1981 with a BSc in Manufacturing Technology having taken the Materials Engineering specialisation. He has worked as a Technical, Q.A./Materials Engineering and E.H.S. professional for 24 years, which included management roles in Intel Ireland, Johnson and Johnson, DeBeers Industrial Diamond, SPS International, Abbott Ireland and Fulflex International. He holds qualifications in Quality Assurance/Management, Lead Auditing, Safety Health and Welfare at Work, Occupational Hygiene and Environmental Management.
Nick also holds an NUI Certificate in Training and Continuing Education, and a CAE certificate in Accessible Environments and the Disability Discrimination Act.
He joined Antaris in June of 2005 and provides consultancy and SQT training services in his areas of experience and expertise.
Excellent delivery from Nick. Nice pace with relaxed learning environment. Enjoyable
– Anthony Kearney, Tech Services, ESB Moneypoint
Good interaction between Nick Smyth and the class on the Overview of ISO 14001 course. The course work was very good and appropriate to the subject level
– Frank Crowe, Accreditation Officer, INAB
Engaging tutor, Good pace
– Grainne Devaney, Project Manager, Abbvie
As the development of ISO 45001 progresses ISO/DIS 45001.2 was published in May 2017. It was subject to a ballot of 69 national standards bodies (NSBs) of whom 88% approved and only 11% disapproved. Because this was short of the 25% th...Read More
One in a series of occasional blogs on ISO/DIS 45001 Occupational Health& Safety management system. One of the more significant changes proposed in the draft ISO 45001 relates to Clause 8.2: Management of Change. There is no compar...Read More