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Midland Heating & Plumbing Has Recently Become Safe-T-Cert Certified

Health and Safety of our employees both on and offsite has always been at the heart of Midland Heating & Plumbing Ltd t/a Kerrigan Mechanical – and a factor accessed on an ongoing basis. As Midland Heating & Plumbing Ltd t/a Kerrigan Mechanical has grown over the […]

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Network 2000 Have Become A Newly Certified Safe-T-Cert Company

Network 2000 has always been committed to the highest standards of Health & Safety compliance but achieving Sate T Cert certification is an external validation of the processes we have in place. It also demonstrates to our customers the value we place on Health & Safety and […]

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HSA Launch Their Programme of Work 2017

HSA launch their Programme of Work 2017, the specific construction activities being: HSA 2017 Programme of Works

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Safe-T-Cert: A requirement to pre-qualify for Public Sector Contracts

Safe-T-Cert: A requirement to pre-qualify for Public Sector Contracts The Public Procurement Procedures, as issued by the Department of Finance has undergone major reform. Under the Safety & Health section, Safe-T-Cert has been named as one of the Standards to which contractors must be certified. For copies […]

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Additional 20% discount for Safe-T-Cert Certified Companies

Additional 20% discount for Safe-T-Cert Certified Companies Contractors Cover provides exclusive insurance products for members. Recognising the increased safety standards of Safe-T-Cert certified companies Contractors Cover are willing to provide additional discounts of up to 20% to Safe-T-Cert certified companies who qualify, based on their activities and […]

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Northern Ireland Update – First-tier Subcontractors Required to Have Safe-T-Cert

2 November 2012: Main contractors and subcontractors, interested in working on government construction projects in Northern Ireland are reminded of the forthcoming change to Government policy which will require first tier subcontractors with 5 or more employees to be certified by Safe-T-Cert or equivalent.

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