4 steps you can take when your wastewater treatment system alarm goes off!

If your wastewater treatment system alarm goes off, there are some simple steps that can be taken to check the issue:

  1. Water Alarm –  Note the level of wastewater in your tank by lifting one of the lids in your garden. If it is above the inlet of tank, organise for the tank to be emptied as quickly as possible. Depending on how many use the system you may have 2 or 3 days grace before you flood the internal components.
  2. Air Alarm – can be caused by temperature changes within the tank or a possible issue with the compressor in the green box. Please check that the compressor is humming and that air bubbles are rising within the water under the green box and that no breakers have tripped in the control panel.
  3. Alarm – If the alarm light only is lit this could indicate a possible electrical fault ie electrical circuit breakers have tripped. Check that the system is on it’s own circuit, if it is not then another appliance like a washing machine, outside lights or electric gates may be the problem.
  4. Silence the alarm – The buzzer can be turned off once the alarm has been noted via the on/ off toggle switch. This will not reset the alarm only silence the buzzer.

Check the system fault panel regularly – as soon as you get a warning alarm call our office Monday to Friday on 046 9431389 . Do not wait to see if it goes away. We will be able to give you advice over the phone and if needed, schedule a timely service call to prevent further damage to the system and cost to yourself.

Normal Operation of Control Panel

  • Green power light will be on.
  • All red lights will be off.
  • Buzzer Switch will be at ‘on position’ and the alarm will be silent.
  • Two RCB/Trip Switches will be at ‘up/on position’.

What to do if your sewage treatment system alarm goes off?

If your wastewater treatment system alarm goes off, contact us on 046 9431389 or email services@oreillyoakstown.com.

If you would like to have a chat about your requirements or to book a service, call to chat with our team or email us and we will get back to you asap.

Managing your Sewage Treatment System in cold weather

Over the festive period and through-out the winter months it is easy to forget that your sewage treatment system is working harder than usual. The system works on the principle of live healthy bacteria breaking down raw sewage leaving a sludge that needs to be emptied from the tank every 3 to 5 years and an effluent which is discharged to your percolation area.

The system starts to fail when increased amounts of detergents (bleaches, anti-bacterial sprays, dishwasher tablets etc) are discharged into the system, killing the bacteria you rely on. The first indication of an unhealthy system is smell. If you find your system smelling then cutting back on detergents or using non-biological substitutes will be the answer especially when you have guests staying.

The system may need to be topped up with healthy live bacteria – often purchased online – and poured down the toilet NOT thrown into your tank.

Sewage Treatment system in cold weather pipework exposed due to unfinished work

Avoid Exposed pipework

If you have exposed pipework from unfinished groundworks, the systems fault alarms can be triggered due to frozen pipework. This is very costly as the pump is running to try to empty your tank but can’t pump the water to the percolation area. The pump will eventually fail leading to an unnecessary expense. Avoid this by lagging or bury any exposed pipework.

All domestic BAF systems should be serviced once per year. Commercial systems should be serviced either quarterly or every six months depending on their size and we offer a range of service contract options to suit individual requirements and budget.

Filters on components should be changed every year and effluent should be monitored so that corrective action can be taken quickly, avoiding breaches of local discharge regulations and possible fines.

3 steps you can take to manage your Sewage Treatment System in cold weather

If you do have an emergency – there are some simple steps that can be taken to reduce the bill:

  1. Note the level of wastewater in your tank by lifting one of the lids in your garden. If it is above the inlet of tank, organise for the tank to be emptied as quickly as possible. Depending on how many use the system you may have 2 or 3 days grace before you flood the internal components.
  2. If it is an electrical fault ie electrical circuit breakers have tripped. Check that the system is on it’s own circuit, if it is not then another appliance like a washing machine, outside lights or electric gates may be the problem.
  3. Check the system fault panel regularly – as soon as you get a warning alarm call our office during normal hours on 046 9431389 . Do not wait to see if it goes away. We will be able to give you advice over the phone and if needed, schedule a timely service call to prevent further damage to the system and cost to yourself.

Minimise the risk of cold weather problems

Finally, less than 1% of our customers will have an issue with an O’Reilly Oakstown BAF Waste Treatment system over the holiday period. Which is why planning ahead and investing in a reliable sewage treatment system is an excellent investment.

We would all like to thank you for choosing O’Reilly Oakstown and we wish you all the very best for 2023.

If you have any queries please contact our office on 046 9431389 or email sales@oreillyoakstown.com to have a chat with one of our team. Find out more about our Sewage Treatment Systems here.

Attenuation System installed at Moneypoint, Co Clare.

We were asked to design, manufacture and install a large attenuation system and oil-water separator for the ESB at Moneypoint, Co Clare.

The modular precast attenuation system stores a total of 208,000 litre of water and includes a 26,000 Class 1 Full Retention Oil/Water Separator.

Green Atlantic at Moneypoint is a landmark milestone in ESB’s Brighter Future strategy and represents a major step in achieving the Government’s target of a 51% reduction in emissions by 2030.

Under this ambitious programme, ESB’s Moneypoint site in County Clare will be transformed into a green energy hub, helping Ireland to become a leader in green energy production.

O’Reilly Oakstown Ltd are very proud to be associated with the project and look forward to working with ENVA and the ESB on future green initiatives.

Precast Concrete Attenuation System

Attenuation System by OReilly Oakstown

As Ireland’s largest manufacturer with close to 40,000 septic tanks installed throughout Ireland, we can say without hesitation that concrete is the best material to choose for your septic tank!

So why choose a concrete septic tank?

Some immediate reasons why to choose concrete septic tanks are:

  • Concrete is very durable, long-lasting, resilient and low maintenance material. Our 4000L tanks are 5T in weight.
  • It’s not as susceptible to damage (eg from changing soil conditions) as plastic tanks and generally has a much longer lifespan.
  • Once installed in the ground correctly they can be driven over without damage.
  • A basic concrete septic tank doesn’t require electricity, so it has zero power consumption.

What’s involved in the installation of a concrete septic tank?

Once we receive your order, we can carry out a free site survey to liaise with your digger man or contractor and ensure he has the dimensions of the tank to be installed, so that the grounds-work is  carried out to the correct specification.

We use our HIAB trucks to deliver directly to your home and we don’t just deliver – we install also. When our driver gets to the site he will check the dimensions to confirm all is ready for the installation. A hard core base will be added initially, and there is no requirement for backfill with lean mix concrete, just clay.

Oakstown Septic Tank Installation

What about the percolation area?

The size of the percolation area depends on your ground conditions and the number of occupants in the house. We recommend that a percolation test is carried out in advance to determine the exact percolation requirements.

We are happy to provide advice in relation to percolation requirements specific to the site and can recommend where various materials can be sourced from, such as stone, pipework, and various fittings or materials.

What is the timeline for installing a concrete septic tank?

Assuming there is good access in terms of the tank & percolation area, it’s generally 2-3 week from time of order to installation. The actual installation of a septic tank can usually be done same day once planned in advance, with a seemless transition from the old septic tanks to the new.

Where the upgrade of an existing septic tank is occurring, we can ensure there is minimal obstruction by leaving the original tank in until the new tank is ready for the changeover.

Upgrading your concrete septic tank

A major advantage of our concrete septic tanks is that they can be installed and then upgraded to a 6 or 8PE BAF system further down the line, as your needs grow. Contact us to find out more.

Septic Tank Grants

If your system fails an inspection, or if you live in a prioritised area, there are three grant schemes available. Check out our page on grants here.

Buy Now Pay later

Humm LogoThe great news is that you can spread the cost of your system and installation over 2-5 years with our Humm finance flexible solution! Please contact our sales office on 046 9431389 or email sales@oreillyoakstown.com to have a chat with one of our team.

 

 

Completing Septic Tank System Check

Maintaining your wastewater system will help to protect your health and the local environment. As a homeowner, the law obliges you to make sure your system is installed, operated and maintained in a way that makes sure it doesn’t pose a risk to human health and the environment.

Text and images in this post are from the EPA website.

Completing septic tank system check


How a septic tank system treats your wastewater

1. Everything you flush down the toilet and send down the sinks, showers and washing machine or dishwasher ends up in your septic tank system.

2. Wastewater flows from the house to the septic tank. The solids and scum form sludge in the tank and this needs to be removed regularly.

3. Liquid effluent (wastewater) percolates down from the pipes through the soil in your garden into the percolation area. The soil itself helps filter out the bacteria before making its way to the groundwater in the bedrock below. This is the same groundwater that supplies water for any local wells.

“A well maintained system in the right site with the right soil conditions will protect your health, your local environment and your pocket.”


Planning a wastewater system, including a septic tank system?

  • When you are installing the plumbing in your house and wastewater system, which includes septic tanks and packaged systems, you should make sure that the grey water from sinks, showers and washing machines drains into the wastewater system. 
  • Do not allow rainwater from roofing into the wastewater system because it will flush out the solids which may block the percolation area or sit on the ground surface. Divert to a soakaway, which is a pit filled with stones into which clean water drains. Ž
  • Do not put driveways or paved areas over the percolation area because they can damage the underlying pipes. The percolation area is the area of the ground where the wastewater drains and filters through the soil.

Check your wastewater system every year!

Every year, check your wastewater system for signs of sewage. Check the following:

  • all manholes for blockages
  • unwanted pools of water (ponding)
  • odours
  • noises
  • sewage in nearby ditches and streams.

Use a permitted contractor to empty your wastewater system

  • Contact your local authority for a list of contractors, or search for one on the NWCP website 
  • You are required by law to keep records of sludge removal and maintenance for five years.
  • If you are a farmer with your own land, you can spread the sludge but only in accordance with the Waste Management (Use of Sewage Sludge in Agriculture) Regulations.

What is the difference between a septic tank system and a packaged treatment system?

A septic tank system depends more on the soil in the percolation area to treat wastewater. A packaged treatment system relies less on the soil but has more mechanical parts to treat the wastewater. Packaged treatment systems, therefore, need some more maintenance. Sludge has to be removed from both types of systems.


Actions to take 

Conserve water

Conserve water by using water-saving devices such as high-efficiency showerheads that don’t leak and garden hose shut-off nozzles.

Avoid sink waste disposal units

Do not use sink waste disposal units as they can increase the amount of waste by one third and result in additional maintenance.

Watch what you put down the sink

Do not pour fat and grease or hazardous chemicals like pesticides and paints down the sink. They can block the pipes and kill the good bacteria.

Watch what you flush

Do not flush non-degradable products down the toilet, for example, feminine care products, nappies, condoms or wipes because they can block the pipes and percolation area, or get caught in moving parts such as pumps

Be careful with cleaning substances

Do not overuse bleach and disinfectants because they can kill the good bacteria in the system.

Test your well every year may be at risk from your wastewater system

Your private well, if you have one, may be at risk from your wastewater system so test it every year after heavy rain as contamination is likely to be high at this time. Contact your local authority or HSE environmental health officer for advice on water testing.

“In order for something to become clean, something else must become dirty”



Frequently asked Questions

The law obliges you to make sure your system is installed, operated and maintained in a way that makes sure it doesn’t pose a risk to human health and the environment.

All of the wastewaters from your home go into your system. The sludge is a build-up of all solids.

The sludge must not build up too much or your system will stop working properly. If the sludge is not removed, it can block the pipes in your percolation area. If this happens it is very difficult to clean and may require replacement – an expensive option! It could also cause a risk to human health and the environment.

Research is ongoing to provide more specific advice, but the sludge should be removed from the tank when the sludge takes up more than half of the liquid depth in the tank or at least every five years. A minimum of 75 mm of sludge should remain in the tank as it contains billions of the good microbes necessary to help breakdown the new solids. Use a permitted waste contractor and keep your receipt.

If you are a farmer with your own land, you can spread the sludge from your own wastewater system but only but only in accordance with the Waste Management (Use of Sewage Sludge in Agriculture) Regulations. Read more here.

If you do not have your own land, you must get the sludge removed by a permitted contractor, find one here

Permitted contractors bring the sludge to authorised facilities for treatment. Details on permitted contractors operating in your county are available from your local authority

 

 


systemsafe-logo-septic-tanksAround 500,000 households in Ireland have a wastewater system that includes septic tanks and packaged systems. About 137,000 of these also have a private well for drinking water. Since 2013, all homeowners with a wastewater system must be registered with their local authority (LA). The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is an independent public body. We are responsible for supervising local authorities when they inspect wastewater systems. We do this to ensure that the systems are suitable and well maintained.

A quarter of wastewater systems (25%) inspected failed the LAs inspection due to poor operation and poor maintenance. Poorly maintained wastewater systems can affect your drinking water especially from private wells. Many people assume that their private well water is safe to drink and don’t treat it or get it tested. They shouldn’t because a recent study found that E.coli, which can cause serious illness, is present in almost a third (29%) of Irish private wells.

Where to find more information on Septic Tank System Checks

For more information, contact your local environment section or visit www.maintainyourseptictank.ie.

Also, download the ‘Have you completed a septic tank system check  PDF.

Contact us to find out more

Contact our team today to enquire about our septic tank and wastewater treatment systems, and they will help you find the best system for your home.


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Sewage Treatment Systems Ireland

Saving time and money is a key aim for any homeowner. If you are building a new home, upgrading your current home, or changing your septic tank to a sewage treatment system, you need to know that you will get value for money, an efficient service and strong customer support.

There are nearly half a million domestic wastewater treatment systems throughout Ireland used to treat sewage, most are septic tanks. However we know from recent press coverage that a very high number of these septic tanks can fail inspection by the EPA. This is why we recommend our 6 or 8PE BAF Swage Treatment System, which is a more more effective and reliable system to use.

How can using a sewage treatment system save you time and money?

When deciding on a sewage / wastewater treatment system, it’s important to understand what maintenance requirements are likely throughout the life of the system and how often the system requires desludging (emptying of the tank).

Using a sewage treatment system means there is less requirement for desludging than with a regular septic tank. With traditional septic tanks, the percolation area may present with more problems, and possibly more expense.

Sewage treatment systems do need to be serviced & maintained, and this is offered to our customers at a relatively low cost. Regular servicing & maintenance helps to prevent any problems and additional unnecessary cost.

We will remind you about getting your service carried out, and we arrange to come out and do it at a time suitable to you. Our team of service engineers are experienced and reliable, taking away the hassle of trying to source someone to do this work for you.

Sewage Treatment Systems Ireland

Which sewage treatment system is best for your home?

The 6 PE BAF Sewage Treatment System is the ideal solution for most domestic dwellings. Whether it is a new build, a renovation or a tank upgrade, this is the most effective solution for the standard family size.

The Oakstown tank is efficient, reliable, durable and economical. As our tanks are manufactured using 50N steel reinforced precast concrete tanks, they offer a lifelong solution and unlike plastic or other lightweight materials our tanks do not crush or weaken through time.

The Oakstown BAF Sewage Treatment System

The Oakstown BAF System is the largest domestic wastewater treatment system in Ireland and therefore desludging frequency is maximised.

All of our systems use BAF technology which is widely regarded as the most reliable, cost efficient means of treating wastewater producing excellent final effluent quality. Our business was established in 1972 and our reputation for customer service, reliability and excellent quality is the reason that our Oakstown BAF System is the largest selling domestic system across Ireland with 11,000 installations and satisfied customers.

When purchasing a wastewater treatment system it is important that customers purchase a system directly from the manufacturer and have peace of mind that the business will always be there. It’s also important to compare like with like especially in terms of the capacity of the system, what components are use internally and also to look for referrals in their local area.

Contact our team today to enquire about our sewage treatment systems and they will help you find the best system for your home.


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Sewage systems should be a one time purchase and should last the entire period of occupancy in any house. The best systems on the market will require little maintenance, an important factor in the decision of which system to go with. This article briefly describes; how a sewage system works, and finding the best one for your home.

How a sewage system works

All wastewater / sewage treatment systems have internal components as part of the their technology. Understanding the process, their lifespan and likely cost down the line, is a factor that often gets overlooked when choosing which wastewater treatment system to install.

Sewage treatment systems are more advanced than traditional septic tanks, which have generally relied on anaerobic digestion and therefore have no moving parts or treatment process. The graphic and description below outline the process of how a sewage system works, this example is for our 6PE system.

 

6PE BAF Sewage Treatment-Tank Labelled with 4 Stages

 


4 Stages of 6PE Sewage Treatment System

      • Stage 1 – Primary Settlement in Chambers 1 & 2. Primary Settlement works on the basis of sedimentation, where solids separate from the water in chambers 1 and 2 allowing for anaerobic digestion over an extended period of time.
      • Stage 2 – Bio Reactor Chamber. Wastewater continues to flow by gravity into chamber 3 where natural occurring micro-organisms form on our submerged biofilm filter and are oxygenated by a small air blower. Effluent is extensively treated in this chamber prior to gravity flow into chamber 4
      • Stage 3 – Clarifier Chamber. Final settlement takes place within our Clarifier Chamber where any remaining sediment gravitates to the bottom of the tank and is transferred back to the primary settlement chamber. This ensures only fully treated water enters the final chamber
      • Stage 4 – Discharge Chamber. Treated water is stored within the discharge chamber and can be pumped or gravity fed to the percolation area depending on the client’s site requirements.

BAF Technology

Selecting the highest quality components for sewage systems represents the best value for money in long term, compared to lower cost systems where components need to be replaced regularly. We use BAF technology which is reliable, robust, low cost in terms of power consumption, and overall better value for money.

Alternative technologies such as SBR (Sequential Batch Reaction) systems have a reputation for being problematic and unreliable. They typically struggle with peak flows and generally require maintenance and regular desludging of the tank itself.

As a customer you should always take independent advice from your architect, builder or industry experts. They will explain all the benefits of wastewater treatment systems and explain how a sewage system works.

Lower cost systems can initially appear good value, but it’s important to compare like-with-like in terms of the product offering, accessories included, quality of components and maintenance requirements down the line.

The EPA website also has more information on sewage treatment systems. If you think you need to upgrade your system contact us to talk through your options.

Finding the best one for your home

It’s important to speak to someone who will clearly explain how a sewage system works, and make the best recommendation for your home.

Our team are highly skilled and experienced and will discuss what you need, outline costs for you and even carry out a Free Site Survey to assess your site. Call us today on 046 9431389 to arrange a visit.

O’Reilly Oakstown supply precast concrete BAF sewage treatment systems throughout Ireland and can provide a full installation service. We may recommend the 6PE BAF for your standard domestic home. Or if you need a larger tank, our 8PE BAF system will be the answer for you.

Contact our team today to enquire about our sewage treatment systems and they will help you find the best one for your home.

 


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Septic Tanks by O’Reilly Oakstown

O’Reilly Oakstown are the no 1 Septic Tanks producer in Co Meath and the surrounding counties in Ireland.

Our Septic Tanks are ideal for new builds or for upgrading your tank. We provide maintenance contracts to ensure you tank is performing correctly.

If you have a specific requirement then please feel free to discuss this with our Sales Team or a member of our Technical Team.

Septic Tanks Installation

Once we receive your order, we can carry out a free site survey to liaise with your digger man or contractor and ensure he has the dimensions of the tank to be installed, so that the grounds-work is  carried out to the correct specification.

Concrete Septic Tank Prices

Our concrete tanks are available in a wide range of sizes and shapes, and cover a broad level of suitability.

However for basic family septic tanks the best solution solution is our 3,400L Certified Concrete Septic Tank.

Septic Tank 3400l

€1,150.00 Ex VAT (€1,414.50 Inc VAT)
EN Certified Septic Tanks 3400L €1150 +vat
Free delivery & installation within a 50km radius of O’Reilly Oakstown, Trim Co Meath


Delivery of Septic Tanks in Co Meath and Surrounding Counties

Delivery 0-100km: Included in cost
Delivery over 100km: Please contact us on 046 9431389 or sales@oreillyoakstown.com

Installation of Septic Tanks

Cost includes installation using a rigid truck with rear mounted crane

We use our HIAB trucks to deliver directly to your home and we don’t just deliver – we install also. When our driver gets to the site he will check the dimensions to confirm all is ready for the installation. A hard core base will be added initially, and there is no requirement for backfill with lean mix concrete, just clay.

Installation Access

Cost includes installation using a rigid truck with rear mounted craneGood access is assumed for a 4 axel rigid truck with rear mounted crane.

Excavation for tank can be coordinated with delivery which ensures the tank(s) can be installed directly from truck to excavation.

Note our domestic systems range from 5 to 13 tonne in weight.

Septic Tank Upgrades

There are many reasons why you may need a septic tank upgrade. The most common reasons are that the septic tank itself is of poor quality and needs to be replaced, or that the percolation area surrounding the tank is of poor quality.

Occasionally, the percolation area just needs a pump or pump chamber, which we can supply and fit. If these issues are not dealt with they can cause serious pollution problems which are not only harmful to the environment, but are harmful to human health.

O’Reilly Oakstown’s concrete septic tanks are structurally sound and the percolation area is fit-for-purpose. This in turn, reduces pollution levels and costs as the tank is durable and long-lasting and does not need to be replaced as often as plastic tanks.

Read more on Septic Tank Upgrades here


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On Friday 5th August we organised an ice cream van to visit all our precast production plants and offices in Ireland. This is just a small token of appreciation we wanted to give our staff to thank them for all their hard work.

It was great to see all the smiling faces and we are glad they enjoyed it!

New O’Reilly Group Van Fleet

This year, the O’Reilly Group have upgraded our van fleet to nine new 2022 vans all provided by Western Motors Drogheda.

The new O’Reilly Group Van Fleet are driven by sales representatives and project managers across the Group who are needed for site visits on a regular basis.

Lower carbon emissions

The new O’Reilly Group van fleet allows us to keep our carbon emissions significantly lower as the new 2022 engines, featuring AdBlue, has substantially dropped the level of nitrogen oxide which are released into the atmosphere. At the O’Reilly Group, we are determined in reducing our CO2 emissions and ensuring our vehicles and machinery are kinder to the environment.


Supporting Wind Energy Development in Ireland

O'Reilly Group Van Fleet with Windfarms in Background

Also featured in the background, are just 5 of the Windfarms which we have provided our Ready-Mix Concrete and stone to including:

  • Bindoo Windfarm
  • Mountain Lodge Windfarm
  • Gartnaneane Windfarm
  • Teervurcher Windfarm
  • Raragh Windfarm.

We are also involved in the development of Taghart Windfarm which is currently under construction.

We are delighted to have been part of these projects as wind energy is a vital and clean source of energy, which again, is significantly better for our environment.

Contact our team here with enquiries regarding your project.

Construction Safety Week 2022 at the O’Reilly Group

O’Reilly Oakstown are committed to high standards of health and safety, both on and off site. The welfare of those working for us and those affected by our activities is of paramount importance to us. We pride ourselves on our first-class level of Health and Safety practices and only employ trained operatives with appropriate qualifications.

Watch our video highlighting our commitment to Health & Safety and Construction Safety Week 2022

Health & Safety

O’Reilly Oakstown are committed to high standards of health and safety, both on and off site. The welfare of those working for us and those affected by our activities is of paramount importance to us. We pride ourselves on our first-class level of Health and Safety practices and only employ trained operatives with appropriate qualifications.

As part of the O’Reilly Group we consider the safety of all employees, on-site personnel and the public to be of the highest importance. Health and Safety practices and procedures are continually reviewed and improved to maintain the highest standards and our excellent reputation. Within the Group’s policy, we strive to make the workplace as safe and as healthy as is reasonably practicable, by consulting with our employees and seeking their cooperation.

The O’Reilly Group are actively improving the level of safety at our production plants, quarry sites and offices. Our health & safety team work hard to constantly develop and implement new health and safety initiatives that will control risk and prevent accidents in the workplace. The team have brought in a number of new initiatives to ensure the safety of staff and visitors to our facilities.

Site Signage
Safety signage is clearly on display throughout all the group’s facilities which inform staff and visitors of the practices to follow while on the premises. For example, the correct PPE to be worn. The signage also includes a Traffic Management plan which guides both vehicle and pedestrian traffic safely through our plants and quarries.

Safety Coloured Bump Hat
This safety initiative was introduced across the O’Reilly Group in 2020. The coloured hard bump hats have been issued to all operatives at all plants. The colour recognition system works by identifying the roles of the operative at our plants: RED = General Operative, BLUE = Supervisor/Manager, GREEN = First Responder

This has improved the safety standards of the workplace and keeps staff safe, by;

  • Protection – these are safety hard hats
  • Ease of staff identification
  • Visual recognition of different plant roles (eg. First responder is quickly and easily identified)
  • Visitors to the plant can see who to report to
  • Visual aid to help with language barriers

Training
Ensuring training certs, manual handling, SOPs, weekly toolbox talks and all other training courses are up-to-date for all employees in their relevant fields. At the O’Reilly Group, we are strict in ensuring that all employees are fully trained in using the required equipment/machinery and that they are capable of doing tasks in a safe and correct manner. In addition, weekly management meetings occur to ensure that the health & safety guidelines are being implemented in each department. We recognise the importance of management-employee engagement within the workforce.

O’Reilly Group Training Centre
We have just completed our Group’s new in-house training centre located in our Barleystone Paving facility in Co. Cavan. The centre will facilitate and assist in the training and learning of all employees across the O’Reilly Group. Training courses such as manual handling and toolbox talks will be held in this new centre. Our health and safety team created a quiet and bright learning environment to ensure all participants can utilise the space to aid in the progression of their career.
The Group’s training centre will be a key element in the development of skills and knowledge of staff, allowing them to flourish in their field of work.

We are delighted to support Construction Safety Week 2022. You can read more about our Health & Safety policies on this link.

Also see our group company websites H&S pages for O’Reilly Concrete and Barleystone

 

Buy now, Pay Later – we have recently partnered with Humm Finance, offering a flexible finance solution on our wastewater treatment systems with payment options from 24 to 60 months.

Whether you are considering upgrading a problematic septic tank or are building your new home, we have a range of solutions to meet your needs.

Buy now, Pay later Humm LogoHumm is the smart way to pay. It offers flexible finance solution over a term that suits you. Pay for your new Oaktown Treatment Tank in monthly affordable amounts. This payment solution takes financial pressure off the customer with payment options from 24 to 60 months.
With Humm, you are in total control. You choose your financial plan: the amount you pay and the period in which you pay.

O’Reilly Oakstown are dedicated to offering our customers a stress-free experience when upgrading their septic tank both professionally and financially.

• Applicable to all O’Reilly Oakstown products (wastewater treatment systems, tanks, walls etc.)
• Full turnkey installations available
• Finance approval within 48 hours
• Allows the customer to manage their financial budget with ease
• Suitable for septic tank upgrades as well as new build installations

This Buy Now, Pay Later solution is perfect for all our wastewater treatment systems, tanks, and wall solutions. See more on our products here. 

 



Contact Us Today to Discuss your Options

If you would like to discuss this financial option send us an email via the form below, or call 046 9431389