You could find official guidance and news from the Irish government, National Standards Authority for Ireland (NSAI) and Health and Safety Institution (HSI) below.
Stay at home. You can view the latest information on how Ireland is responding to cases of COVID-19. The latest information, advice and guidelines will be published here and updated daily.
Since COVID-19 arrived in Ireland, organisations have been contacting government bodies to offer to supply or donate goods and services. If you wish to do so, click on the title to fill out the form. It will create a central database of these offers on behalf of the whole of the public service, including the HSE.
The COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment is a payment of €350 per week. It is available to employees and the self-employed who have lost their job on (or after) March 13 due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
In response to the coronavirus emergency, NASI decided to provide free access to these standards. it will assist both EU and third-country companies which, are reconverting their production lines to quickly manufacture these critical items assisting in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Facing a global pandemic, employers are shifting rapidly toward preparedness and preventive efforts. HSI has made these educational resources on COVID-19 freely available to help reduce your risk. It includes Hand Washing, Flu Season Tips, Global Employee Travel, Infection Control and What Employers Need to Know About Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Join our LinkedIn discussion group, COVID-19 HSE Red-on-line Experts Forum, to share your experiences and best practices relative to the novel coronavirus with fellow EHS professionals and the Red-on-line team.