Top award for Boston Scientific

Engineers Ireland has presented the Accredited Employer Standard toBoston Scientific Clonmel. From left, Declan Hanrahan, principal engineer; John Cooney, director, process development; Colin McGookin, director production; TJ Kinsella, director, manufacturing engineering;  Aidan Harney, Engineers Ireland CPD director; Diarmuid Collins, facilities and environment, health and safety manager; Carrie Rockett, senior learning and development specialist; Denis Long, director quality; Brian Cleary, CEO, Clonmel Chamber of Commerce and Fran Coogan, supplier, quality engineer.
Boston Scientific Clonmel has been awarded the much sought-after CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Accredited Employer standard by Engineers Ireland.

Boston Scientific Clonmel has been awarded the much sought-after CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Accredited Employer standard by Engineers Ireland.

Boston Scientific established its Clonmel operation in 1998.

The site specialises in the development, manufacture and distribution of implantable pacemakers and defibrillators for the company’s cardiac rhythm management business. The site also supports certain products for the neuromodulation division.

John Power, the director general of Engineers Ireland said: “I want to pay tribute to everybody in Boston Scientific Clonmel on achieving this significant and highly regarded award. Boston Scientific continuously invests in its engineers, which has led to benefits both in the international markets it serves and the communities in which it operates.

It is one of the largest healthcare and medical device companies in Ireland and this success is based on the high standards it has set for itself and the staff development that underpins this.”

T.J. Kinsella, manufacturing engineering director of Boston Scientific Clonmel said, “The medical devices sector is one of the most competitive in the world and professional development is key to maintaining our position as a world leader.

The Engineers Ireland CPD Accreditation framework gives us an excellent structure to help ensure we continue to transform in order to deliver new innovations in existing and emerging markets.”