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Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has commenced delivery of its new Six Sigma Course to a group of employees from local companies ncluding Boston Scientific, Creganna and Celestica.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has commenced its new Six Sigma course with a group of employees from local companies including Boston Scientific, Creganna, and Celestica.
The Galway Bay Hotel was recently awarded with the much coveted EFQM award at a ceremony in Castleknock last Tuesday 22nd February. This is a European Quality Mark of Excellence, initiated by Failte Ireland.
The HSE West wishes service users, patients, and staff a happy and healthy Christmas. During the festive period, staff will continue to provide essential health services to people who need hospitals, ambulances, and emergency placements.
The ARAMARK Healthcare team at Mayo General Hospital has retained the flagship ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems certification. This certification is a signal to all hospital users of the high standards of hygiene and food safety which are in place at MGH.
Parents of secondary school children have been asked to supervise their children by a senior council official following incidents of public concern at Mayo beaches.
It wasn’t all plain sailing for Galway’s beaches and bathing areas this week as the high of achieving six Blue Flag Awards was dampened by the loss of two.
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Springfield Stores, Mullingar was one of five food businesses nationwide to be served with closure orders during January.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland stated on Thursday that four closure orders and one prohibition order were served on food businesses during the month of February for breaches of food safety legislation pursuant to the FSAI Act, 1998, with one of these closures being made in Belmullet.