*ASafe Global CEO Alan Canavan.

A PIONEERING Ennis company is playing a leading role in partnering with industries across the world from its headquarters in Ennis.

Founded in 2019 by Liscannor native Alan Canavan and Galway man Aaron O’Halloran ASafe Global specialises in delivering Quality, Environmental, Health, and Safety Management solutions to industries across Ireland, Europe, Canada, and the United States and is currently expanding more on its Environmental services with a focus on sustainability, and carbon reduction while also delving into the world of recruitment.

The impressive growth of ASafe Global has matched the aspirations and energy of its founders and has been supported by the commitment of its growing ranks of talented employees.

The journey has been marked by a relentless commitment to excellence, innovation, and the unwavering pursuit of growth. Since its establishment, ASafe Global has grown from a vision into a thriving enterprise now boasting in excess of 30 employees with ambitious plans for growth both locally and globally.

The company’s growth is marked by a strategic expansion into global markets. Company CEO Alan Canavan mentions, “In 2022 we ventured into mainland Europe and now we deliver for clients in Ireland, Italy, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, UK, South Africa, Canada, and the USA”.

This expansion reflects their ambitious 2030 vision, with a focus on consolidating their presence in the US market. ASafe Global USA launched in 2023, “this strategic move positions us a key player in the USA market as we are able to bring our knowledge and expertise from our European projects and deliver new standards for our clients in the USA. Our goal for 2024 is to build our brand in the USA and further grow our management team over there”.

The company’s forte lies in its adaptability and diversification. In the past the company predominantly worked in the Data Centre industry and while it remains a core focus, ASafe Global is venturing into new industries such as Energy, Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals, Transport, Oil and Gas.

Alan envisions a future where the company becomes a one-stop solution for clients seeking to enhance sustainability and operational efficiency from one reliable provider. From reducing carbon footprints to optimising energy consumption and managing organisations QEHS, ASafe Global aims to simplify how businesses approach their Quality, Environmental, Health & Safety requirements.

Central to their mission is a commitment to exceeding expectations and building lasting partnerships. Alan underscores, “Our client success is our success”.

Alan says “as we move forward, we understand that our greatest strength lies in our people. Our talented and dedicated teams have been instrumental in our journey so far, and we are committed to further developing our collective potential. Investing in our employees, fostering a culture of continuous learning, and providing opportunities for professional growth are central to our vision.

“By supporting and empowering our teams, we aim to enhance our capabilities and drive innovation across our organisation.

“We are excited about the potential for growth, the impact we can make, and we are dedicated to building an even stronger and more cohesive team that will support collaborations with new and existing partners.

“We believe in leading by example and empowering individuals at every level to take ownership of their roles. Our leaders inspire and support our teams, fostering a culture of innovation and collaboration. We value forward-thinking, adaptability, and the drive to make a meaningful impact.

“It is a culture where every member of our team is empowered to share ideas, take ownership, and drive positive change. We value diversity, respect, and a strong sense of purpose. This culture is not just an aspiration; it is our everyday reality”.

ASafe Global sees an opportunity to not only expand globally but also to grow their team locally, contributing to the local community.

Alan emphasises the significance of Ennis in their journey, stating, “We very much made the decision that we’re grounded in Ennis, it’s a good fit for ASafe Global. We have a lot of exciting job opportunities coming up in Ennis and we hope that we can hire locally while continuing to grow and expand on a global scale.

“As we strive for growth, we focus on seizing opportunities, fostering innovation, and supporting our exceptional team”.

To contact and learn about ASafe Global, please visit www.asafeglobal.com.

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