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Mayo was “All Shook Up” on Wednesday morning when an off-shore earthquake was felt across large parts of the west and north of the county. The quake which registered four on the Richter Scale, was the second-largest earthquake recorded in either Ireland or Britain after a 5.4 magnitude earthquake in 1984. Wednesday’s off-shore ‘quake was recorded 60km west of Belmullet at a depth of 3km, shortly before 9am. The tremors from the quake were felt well inland, with numerous members of the public reporting objects moving and shaking in homes and others describing the sensation of the earthquake as like a large truck passing very close by.
To mark ‘World Day for Health & Safety at Work’ InjuriesBoard.ie, published a review of workplace accidents in 2011 that shows compensation totalling €22.5million (2010: €25.1million) was awarded in respect of 830 (2010: 889 awards) personal injury workplace claims nationally. In Galway, €1,049,984 (2010: €727,813) was awarded in respect of 32 (2010: 29 awards) personal injury workplace claims.
The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is pleased to announce details of an upcoming event: Embedding a Coaching Culture in an Organisation/ CIPD Midlands annual general meeting. The event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and Wineport Lodge, will take place in Wineport Lodge at 6pm on Wednesday, April 18, where the principal speakers will be Ray Byrne, president, Midlands Gateway Chamber; Paula King, executive director, Kingstown College; and Tom Ryan, chairman, CIPD Midlands Region.
The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is pleased to announce details of an upcoming presentation: Effective Case Preparation for Employment Law Hearings. The event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and Athlone Institute of Technology, will take place in AIT at 6pm on Wednesday March 7, where the principal speaker will be Warren Parkes of Warren Parkes Solicitors.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland reported that four Closure Orders were served on food businesses during the month of January for breaches in food safety legislation, pursuant to the FSAI Act, 1998 and the EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010. One of these Enforcement Orders was served on Knox Street Bistro, Knox Street, Ballyhaunis, Mayo.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton this week launched the Health and Safety Authority Programme of Work for 2012 which will continue to target sectors that have a high rate of accidents and injuries.
Galway company, Lynx Transport, has been awarded a Good Distribution Practise (GDP) Passport by the Irish Exporters Association Life Sciences Ireland. The accreditation, which ensures supply chain integrity and product safety from raw materials through to the end consumer, is gaining increased importance in Ireland and across the globe.
The UNITE trade union and management at Aviva agreed this week that no redundancy notices will be served to any staff in Ireland until the final outline of the proposed company restructuring is clear. There are currently five people employed in the Castlebar branch of AVIVA.