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  • 24 Aug 2021 10:35 AM | Liam O'Halloran (Administrator)
    New HSA Covid-19 Checklist
    • The HSA have published a new checklist- Returning to the Office.

      These checklists have been prepared to help employers, business owners and managers to get their business up and running again in a way that will help prevent the spread of Covid-19. This particular checklist will help prepare for re-opening the office and the return of employees in due course. It covers the Building, Employees, Working in the Office, Antigen Testing, Isolation procedures, Canteen and Welfare Facilities, Travelling to and from Work, and Visitors and Contractors attending the Office.

      An updated return to office guidance is expected to be published at the end of August.


     Update HPSC Guidance on Managing Close Contacts

     There has been an update to the HPSC guidance with regard to managing asymptomatic close contacts of fully vaccinated people or who have had a confirmed Covid-19 infection in the previous nine months. The revised guidance is that while the Delta variant remains a Variant of concern, as it is now predominant in Ireland, additional public health measures are no longer required to be applied to probable or confirmed Delta cases.

    Please note that the DPC guidance on vaccination status remains unchanged and therefore employers will not be in a position to request the vaccination status of their employees except in very limited circumstances. It will be important that where employees are close contacts of a confirmed case, they discuss their vaccination status and any underlying health conditions directly with public health and/or a medical professional and that they inform their employer of their obligations regarding the restriction of their movements. https://www.dataprotection.ie/en/dpc-guidance/processing-covid-19-vaccination-data-context-employment

     

  • 2 Jun 2021 6:14 PM | Anonymous

    Deputy Lord Mayor Mary Callaghan grew up and lives in Finglas East and knows the area well – its strengths and its challenges. She has seen how communities in Ballymun, Finglas and Glasnevin have used their expertise and talent to help each other and benefit the area.

    Mary is keen to help support local communities and businesses. She has a wealth of business experience to contribute, having worked in the corporate world for twenty years both in Ireland and internationally. She has a degree in International Business, a diploma in Executive and Life Coaching and is also a qualified mindfulness and meditation instructor having studied with wellness expert, Deepak Chopra

    https://youtu.be/vFyWzqa3N74

  • 2 Jun 2021 6:11 PM | Anonymous

    Oonagh has also been nominated for EY Entrepreneur the year 2021 There are now nine Meagher’s Pharmacies in Dublin with over forty dedicated employees including ten pharmacists.

    The Meagher’s Pharmacy Group has won many awards including the JCI friendly business award in 2010 and they are the proud employer of the Young Pharmacist of the Year 2011, Eugene Renehan. Oonagh holds a BSc degree in Pharmacy from Trinity College and qualified in 1996. Meagher's Pharmacy Group: The Meagher’s Pharmacy Group had its roots in Baggot Street, Dublin. It was first opened in 1921 and was operated by the Meagher’s family up to 2001 when Oonagh O’Hagan (who had served her Pre-Reg year under the guidance of Pierce Meagher) purchased the store from the Meagher’s family. Based on its reputation as a “Community Pharmacy”, it was important to Oonagh to retain the name, Meagher’s Pharmacy as a trading name.

    https://youtu.be/ptZncSQ9g_k

  • 2 Jun 2021 6:09 PM | Anonymous

    The North Dublin Chamber of Commerce held a webinar with Leo Varadkar Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment on April 16th, 2021 to talk about:

    Rebuilding your business Will we see a roaring 20s? The new world of work Covid-19 & Vaccines

    https://youtu.be/kFrmqdu536s

  • 18 Mar 2021 12:30 PM | Liam O'Halloran (Administrator)

    Thanks to lobbying from the Small Firms Association, Applications for Phase 1 of the Small Business Assistance Scheme for COVID (SBASC) are now open. The applications should be made to your Local Authority and the closing date for receipt of applications is 21 April 2021. SBASC gives grants to businesses who are not eligible for the Government’s COVID Restrictions Support Scheme (CRSS), the Fáilte Ireland Business Continuity grant or other direct sectoral grant schemes. This scheme aims to help businesses with their fixed costs, for example, rent, utility bills, security. A grant of €4,000 is available for the first quarter of this year. A decision on payment for the second quarter of this year will be made in due course. To qualify for the scheme, enterprises must have:

    • 250 employees or less;
    • Turnover of over €50,000; and
    • The turnover of the business over the claim period is estimated to be no more that 25% of previous levels – see further details below. 

    More details of the scheme can be found here.  or from Eoin Murray, Murray & Co, Chartered Accountants contact@eoinmurray.ie


  • 15 Mar 2021 11:46 AM | Liam O'Halloran (Administrator)

    Stephen is talking today with Ronan Horgan, CEO of Capital Flow

    https://youtu.be/AFbNyW7ALLQ

  • 12 Mar 2021 9:21 AM | Liam O'Halloran (Administrator)

    Marina interviewed on Zoom by Stephen Kennedy

    https://youtu.be/vQklXByaBUg

  • 8 Mar 2021 9:07 AM | Liam O'Halloran (Administrator)

    Ellen Drumm sends NDCC Chain of Office to Marina Bleahen via An Post  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Kjs79Jw7X-wyNAWgwRQU-meRhvor14Up/view

  • 5 Dec 2020 6:25 PM | Liam O'Halloran (Administrator)

    A great choice to make to support Local Business this Christmas - we feature one such business in this video

    https://youtu.be/JWYnNBC70g0

  • 5 Dec 2020 6:22 PM | Liam O'Halloran (Administrator)

    Very Informative Video from Eoin Murray Accountants - worth a look!

    https://youtu.be/cYLEpnwteyg

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