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Over 28 Westmeath companies see the value of NSAI standards

As economic conditions start to improve, Westmeath companies, like many other businesses across Ireland, are seeing the benefit of investing in standards, says NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland), who have announced registration numbers to a range of standards including quality, environmental, and occupational health and safety. The figures show that over twenty-eight Westmeath based companies are registered to NSAI standards, as they aim to increase their competitive advantage and thrive in key industries.

Almost all Connacht companies see the benefit of standards

The recent horsemeat issue highlights how easily business reputations and consumer confidence can be damaged or lost, and further reinforces the high value for companies of having standards in place for products and services.

Mayo company awarded NSAI certification

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McGraths Limestone Works was among the 49 private and public sector organisations receiving awards last November 27 from the Minister of State for Small Business, John Perry. The County Mayo based company joined the likes of the international telecommunications company Vodafone and the State’s Forensic Science Laboratory in achieving certified levels of excellence under a range of headings.

Ability West and Coffey Group awarded NSAI certification

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County Galway-based companies Ability West and the Coffey Group were among the 49 private and public sector organisations receiving awards last week from the Minister of State for Small Business, Mr John Perry T.D. The County Galway based companies joined the likes of the international telecommunications company Vodafone and the state’s Forensic Science Laboratory in achieving certified levels of excellence under a range of headings.

Warning following carbon monoxide poisoning from disposable barbecue — Higgins

MEP Jim Higgins has issued a warning to people to be aware of carbon monoxide poisoning from barbecues.

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Fifty per cent off as O’Connors celebrates hitting fifty

O’Connor’s Bakery was established in Ennis in 1961 by Pat and Mary O’Connor. Pat was a pastry chef in Shannon Airport at the time and both he and Mary trained as confectioners in a small coffee shop/bakery in Kilkee. For the first few years Pat commenced working in the bakery at 3am, left for work in Shannon at 7am and then did a few more hours in the bakery when he came home at 6pm.

Kilkenny company gets ISO cert

A Kilkenny-based company was presented with an ISO certification for success in pursuing a continuous improvement strategy for the business and its customers.

Toy safety

The National Standards Authority of Ireland is urging shoppers in Mayo to look for the CE mark when buying toys this Christmas.

Mayo consumer safety vital in bottled water

The National Standards Authority of Ireland in conjunction with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, has launched a revised standard for bottled (or packaged) water to reflect recent changes in European and national legislation on food hygiene and traceability requirements.

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