Hooper Dolan Insurances are delighted to launch and sponsor the Hooper Dolan Waterford Farm Safety Awards in association with Teagasc. This award scheme that will help promote good safety practises on farms across Co. Waterford.
Our belief is that if this initiative helps prevent only one farm accident over the coming years we would view this as a massive success. Farm insurance has always been an integral part of Hooper Dolan’s business over the last 40 years and we now have an Agri and Business Insurance team of John Paul Kiely and Richard Barron who are specialists in this area and available to call and discuss any insurance requirements you might have.
The areas to be covered by the awards include – a good risk assessment, machinery, livestock, animal handling facilities, buildings, slurry pits, farm equipment, grain and feed storage, meal bins, farm yard, electrics, farmyard lighting, children’s’ play area and farmer health checks.
The Awards are open to all farms and all enterprises in Co. Waterford. For an application form please email John Paul Kiely at email@example.com.
Closing date for entries is Friday, 23rd November 2018.
DUE TO THE CURRENT DIFFICULT AND UNPRECEDENTED SITUATION THAT WE FIND OURSELVES IN, HOOPER DOLAN INSURANCES IS MAKING PLANS TO LIMIT THE SPREAD OF THE COVID19 VIRUS. AS SUCH, AND TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND STAFF, OUR OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE. OUR STAFF WILL CONTINUE TO WORK EITHER FROM HOME OR IN OUR OFFICES AND WILL BE AVAILABLE TO CONTINUE TO LOOK AFTER ALL CUSTOMERS. THIS CLOSURE WILL NOT HAVE ANY NEGATIVE IMPACT ON YOUR INSURANCE POLICY WHATSOEVER.
Come join us on Saturday May 12th at Loughrea Arts, Recreation & Culture for a great night of fun! 12 Questions & 3 lifelines stand between you and €1000. 8 chances to be selected from our live audience. Answer the questions posed by our dynamic quizmaster and play the classic gameshow. Everyone's a winner, phone a friend, Galway Hooper Dolan
Christmas is a joyous time of the year where family and friends catch up and spend time together. Safety in the home at this time of year may not be to the forefront of people’s minds when they are trying to relax and enjoy themselves but it is important to address it as the festive season means a lot of activity that is out of the norm in the household.