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Health & Safety

Health and Safety Executive
The official regulator for health and safety in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Safety Group
The primary objective of NISG has always been to promote greater awareness of the importance of the health and safety of people at work and in particular those young persons entering employment for the first time.

Safe-T-Cert (Republic of Ireland)
Independent certification of health and safety management systems for the construction industry in the Republic of Ireland.

European Agency for Safety and Health at Work Construction Section
Our primary objective is to make Europe's workplaces safer, healthier and more productive.

Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP)

SSIP Forum will works to actively advise and influence clients (buyers) on acceptable interpretation and appropriateness of health and safety competence standards in the UK.


This is a useful website covering environmental regulations including construction specific guidance on the regulations.

Environment and Heritage Service
This is the website of the environmental regulator for Northern Ireland.

A government funded website and service with much useful free information.

Government funded website providing useful construction specific information on recycling opportunities.

The National Industrial Symbiosis Programme identifies re-use and recycling opportunities between companies.


Official Journal of the European Communities
This site links to the 'S' series of the Official Journal. Search for public contracts for works, supplies and services from all EU member states.

Tenders Ireland
The Tenders Ireland site brings together in one easily accessible location all public sector tenders in Ireland. Tenders are categorised to allow users to quickly identify current opportunities and a search facility and archive allow users to assess the market potential for their product or service in the Public Sector.

Department of the Environment (DOE)

Central Procurement Directorate


Northern Ireland Housing Executive

National House Building Council (NHBC)

Northern Ireland Co-ownership Housing Association (NICHA)

Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations (NIFHA)

The Northern Ireland federation of Housing Associations (NIFHA) is the 'umbrella' organisation promoting, representing and supporting its registered and non registered housing association members.


Construction Industry Training Board
CITB encourages and facilitates training of a whole range of construction trades and specialist skills, including management, not only for those already working in the industry but also for new entrants intending to start a career in construction.

Planning Service

The Planning Service

Constructionline is the UK’s largest register of local and national pre-qualified construction and construction-related services. It offers commercial gains to the construction industry as a whole by supplying public and private sector procurers with a single national pre-qualification scheme, improving efficiency and streamlining procedures for all.

General Information

Northern Ireland Assembly

Useful advice and information for Northern Ireland consumers on complaints and your rights

Invest NI
Invest Northern Ireland is Northern Ireland’s main economic development organisation. We are working to increase wealth and prosperity in Northern Ireland. We do this by delivering expertise and resources to accelerate the creation and growth of businesses.

Northern Ireland Water (NI Water)

NI-CO, Northern Ireland Public Sector Enterprises Ltd, is a company established with full support of the NI Government to sell the skills, expertise and know-how of the Northern Ireland public sector in overseas markets. NI-CO has direct access to expert consultants in all Government Departments and public sector organisations in Northern Ireland and can also draw upon a wide range of associate consultants from the private sector to complement and supplement the public sector skill base.