Top HSE news headlines for 24/05/2018
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The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) has announced plans to develop a new certified accreditation and training suite for professionals in charge of fire safety.
The HSE has told the High Court it accepted the provision of documentation and cervical smear slides involving three women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy were “critical and urgent.”
Eileen Barrington, senior counsel for the HSE, told Mr Justice McGrath that matters were being looked into “as we speak” and were being treated with great urgency.
The HSE spent just under 12m pound on agency staff in Donegal last year. The figures released to Councillor Ciara Brogan this week shows an increase of 13,3% on the previous years.
TERMINALLY ill Emma Mhic Mhathuna has taken the HSE to court over the delay in releasing her medical documents.
The mum-of-five today filed proceedings related to the 2013 smear test that missed her cancer.
A NEWLY-formed women’s rights lobby group will stage a demonstration in Limerick city next week, in solidarity with the hundreds affected by the CervicalCheck scandal.
Health chiefs say they are investigating after a number of cases of the VTEC strain were detected.
The decision was made to close the facility to limit further spread of the infection.
Parents of children in the creche are advised to monitor them for symptoms, which includes diarrhoea and abdominal cramps.