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Interserve and its consortium partner O'Hara & McGovern have been named as preferred bidder for the privately financed £60M Tyrone Colleges project in Northern Ireland by the Department for Employment & Learning.

Geoffrey Osborne has been awarded six contracts by Railtrack Southern Zone with a combined value of £18M.

The Health & Safety Executive has issued an updated leaflet for employers giving details on how to report health and safety incidents.

Research by RRC Business Training has shown that construction sector bosses are woefully ill prepared for corporate killing laws which could come in to force during this parliament. The research says that more than 25% of health and safety managers have no formal qualifications, and that a quarter of them do not realise employers have a responsibility for those not in their employment.

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