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HSA launches online construction safety course for local contractors and self employed

The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has launched a short, interactive on-line course titled ‘An Introduction to Construction Safety for Small Contractors and the Self-Employed’.

Prospects for Galway builders and contractors to be outlined at briefing tonight

Builders and contractors throughout Galway will be given an update on the prospects for house building in Galway at a free briefing taking place in Galway on Thursday March 5. The event will also address the changes to public procurement for the construction sector and which will have massive implications for all those looking to win local public contracts such as schools, roads, social housing or water works.

West of Ireland contractor win scoops major award

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Construction companies and sole traders can now apply to construction register

Westmeath construction companies and sole traders can now apply to join the new register for the construction industry. The Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) is being set up to help distinguish competent, experienced construction companies and sole traders from those who have given the construction industry a bad name.

Relevant contract tax – are you aware of the changes?

Relevant contract tax is a withholding tax which applies to all those involved in construction, forestry, and meat processing operations. The legislation obliges the principal contractor to deduct 35 per cent tax from the amount payable to contractors/subcontractors engaged to carry out activities for which he/she does not hold a relevant payment card. In general, a principal contractor may include property developers, building companies, construction trades. Local authorities and public utilities companies established under statute are also deemed to be principal contractors. The principal contractor is also obliged to maintain records of all payments regardless of whether they have a relevant payment card on file for them.

Kilcoyne puts forward motion to protect sub contracts

Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne put forward a motion at the monthly meeting of Mayo County Council calling on the authority not to issue full payment to contractors until they have paid all subcontractors. This is to be included as a clause on contracts issued to main contractors. The motion received huge support from Cllr Kilcoyne’s fellow councillors this week.

Kilcoyne calls for action in support of sub-contractors

Speaking in Castlebar today Independent General Election candidate Councillor Michael Kilcoyne has expressed his deep concern at the number of sub-contractors in Mayo who have been deprived of their money by the main contractor on public works projects.

Kilcoyne calls for action in support of sub-contractors

Speaking in Castlebar today Independent General Election candidate Councillor Michael Kilcoyne has expressed his deep concern at the number of sub-contractors in Mayo who have been deprived of their money by the main contractor on public works projects.

Unpaid sub-contractors to continue protests at Watershed

Further protests are being planned by subcontractors who have not been paid for work that they carried out on the Watershed in Kilkenny.

Consumers advised to ensure electrical contractors are registered

The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) is urging people in County Mayo that when employing an electrician, they make sure to to use one of the 125 registered electricians available to them. This advice comes as part of a campaign to make people aware of the need to hire a registered electrical contractor when getting electrical work done in their home and to ask for a certificate when the work is complete, thereby promoting safety in the home.

 

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