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Free advice on essential tools for successful start ups

A free event where professionals will deliver advice on the essential tools needed for every start up business will be held on May 7 in the Pillo Hotel from 9am to 1pm.

Forty six people lose their lives due to workplace accidents

Official figures released this week by the Health and Safety Authority, show that there were 46 people killed in work-related accidents during 2013, compared to 48 in 2012.

Farmers most at risk of workplace death

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Official figures, released this week by the Health and Safety Authority show there were 46 people killed in work-related accidents during 2013, compared to 48 in 2012.

Three died in workplace accidents in Galway last year

Three people lost their lives in workplace accidents in Galway last year, according to official figures released this week from the Health and Safety Authority.

Forty six people lose their lives due to workplace accidents

Official figures released this week by the Health and Safety Authority, show that there were 46 people killed in work-related accidents during 2013, compared to 48 in 2012.

Bon Secours Hospitals win Irish National Safety Award

Bon Secours Hospital Galway, accredited by Joint Commission International, was recently awarded the 2013 NISO/NISG All-Ireland Major Safety Award for Medical Services. Business category awards are awarded to organisations which have met a minimum high standard (distinction level) and who are best within their business category. This is the hospital’s second submission - in 2012 it was the recipient of a distinction in the Prestigious Award category.

Galway companies awarded for quality management and excellence systems

A and T Printing, Colas Group, Galway Turkeys, MAPs Ltd and the Marine Institute / Foras na Mara were among 40 private and public sector organisations to receive awards this week from the Minister of State for Small Business, Mr John Perry TD.

Bee Green offers unique non-toxic drycleaning service

Bee Green in Belmullet, Castlebar, Westport and Briarhill, Galway offers a unique drycleaning service. Having your garments cared for by Bee Green ensures that no toxic chemicals are used in cleaning therefore it is better for your health and the environment we all share.

No toxic chemicals used in Bee Green cleaners

Bee Green started a laundry business in 1999 in Westport and became agent for a dry cleaning company to offer an extra service to its customers. It added to its business with shops in Castlebar, Belmullet, and Galway.

Irish Cancer Society support programme

The Irish Cancer Society is launching a new programme to help those recently diagnosed with secondary cancer to learn about and discuss the practical and emotional issues of their diagnosis in a safe, confidential, and supportive environment. The six month programme, which will be facilitated by clinical psychologist Aine Melinn, will commence in March 2013 and meetings will take place at the Irish Cancer Society headquarters in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

 

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