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Construction Industry Register Ireland

The Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) – is a new resource to help all those who wish to engage competent construction companies, practitioners and builders.
This is the only register of construction companies, that are vetted by Government nominees and industry professionals.

CIRI has been set up to help clients find competent, experienced construction practitioners.
CIRI sets standards for those listed. To be on CIRI Mannings must comply with the building regulations and an industry code of ethics, we must prove our tax compliance and we must meet the health and safety regulations relating to the construction industry. Prior to the establishment of CIRI there was no way for the Irish public to distinguish construction companies, sole traders and builders who meet these standards from those who don't.
Construction companies, contractors, sub contractors, specialist contractors and builders listed on CIRI have a track record of competence and experience.


 

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Det Norske Veritas (DNV)

Det Norske Veritas (DNV) is a global provider of services for managing risk. An independent foundation with the objective of safeguarding life, property and the environment, DNV comprises 300 offices in 100 countries, with about 9,000 employees.


 

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Construction Industry Federation

Construction Industry Federation (CIF) actively represents and serves over 3,000 members covering businesses in all areas of the Irish construction industry through a network of 13 Branches in 3 Regions throughout Ireland and through its 37 Sectoral Associations.

CIF delivers its services to members either directly or through its Branch Network and Sectoral Associations. Member firms come from all over sectors of the industry and span all sizes of firms from the very small to the very large.


 

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SAFE-T-CERT

Safe-T-Cert was developed jointly by the Construction Employers Federation in Belfast and the Construction Industry Federation in Dublin and was launched in October 2000. Safe-T-Cert takes account of 'best practice' guidelines of relevant national and international bodies including the ILO. Safe-T-Cert is a recognised system under the Construction Safety Partnership in the Republic of Ireland and the Build Safe initiative in Northern Ireland.

Clients are assured that certified contractors have an effective safety and health management system. Insurance companies may look favourably on contractors who have taken a pro-active approach to risk management as demonstrated through the achievement of Safe-T-Cert certification.


 

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