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Taking Care of Business | 8th November 2017 | Dublin Castle

A free one-stop-shop event for SMEs, ‘Taking Care of Business’, will take place on Wednesday November 8 in the Printworks Conference Centre in Dublin Castle; this half-day event is for those who own or manage a small business or are thinking of starting a new business.

NSAI is one of 30 State bodies and services ready to give expert help. Come and meet NSAI staff to meet to discuss how standards can help your business.

Find out more & how to REGISTER at TCOB 2017

Early booking is strongly advised as there are a limited number of places available.

International System of Units to change in 2018

Did you know that changes are taking place with some of the SI units in 2018?

It is expected that four of the SI base units will be re-defined in terms of fundamental physical constants in 2018. 

Learn what these 4 'New SI' will be and how the revision of the SI will ensure that the they continue to meet the needs of science, technology, and commerce in the 21st century.

SI Changes 2018

Code of Practice for Slating & Tiling Revised

If you are an architect, building designer, structural engineer or  roofer then you need to know about the recently published revision to Code of Practice for Slating and Tiling, S.R. 82:2017.

This document replaces and supersedes I.C.P. 2:2002 and makes changes to the exposure maps and requirements for battens, among other amendments.

Learn more about SR82

'Business Working Responsibly Mark' Invite

You are invited to attend a free morning seminar on the Business Working Responsibly Mark.

At the seminar you will have the opportunity to hear from Dawn Meats who achieved the Mark earlier this year and learn about the auditing process.

Discover more about how your company can reap the benefits of implementing ‘The Mark’. Further details & how to reserve your place at this Business Working Responsibly Seminar

NSAI Issues Four-step Safety Check for Buying Carbon Monoxide Alarms

The 6th annual Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week took place last week September 25th to October 1st.

To raise awareness for this week NSAI issued a four-step safety checklist, which people should consult when buying a CO detector and also warned homeowners to take preventative action to avoid the creation of conditions where carbon monoxide can form in high levels.

Four-step safety checklist for buying Carbon Monoxide Alarms

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