The State Claims Agency is hosting its 3rd annual Quality, Patient Safety and Clinical Risk Conference on improving quality in Irish healthcare. This conference will be attended by 300 healthcare professionals from Ireland and overseas – including HSE and Department of Health representatives, consultants, midwives, nurses and risk managers. The conference will explore 3 key […]
The State Claims Agency (SCA), in collaboration with the Health and Safety Authority (HSA), CISM Network Ireland and Employee Wellbeing Ltd., hosted a workshop to engage with organisations who are interested in rolling out the Work Positive CI initiative – a psychosocial risk management process that helps organisations identify ways to improve employee wellbeing. Workshop […]
On 30 January 2018, the State Claims Agency (SCA) held an In-Service Seminar for Community & Comprehensive Schools, in conjunction with the Association of Community and Comprehensive Schools (ACCS). The event was attended by over 80 representatives from Community & Comprehensive Schools across Ireland. The purpose of the event was to generate discussion about risk […]
The State Claims Agency (SCA), the claims and risk management function of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) held the inaugural Enterprise Risk Recognition Awards ceremony for Delegated State authorities (DSAs) in the Botanic Gardens, on Thursday 8th June 2017 as part of the Enterprise Risk Network (ERN). The Awards acknowledged the work of State […]
In 2006, the SCA newsletter was launched by the Clinical Indemnity Scheme (CIS) Risk Team. Since then, we’ve come a long way. In 2013, the scope of the newsletter was broadened to include both CIS and GIS (General Indemnity Scheme). This year, as our newsletter celebrates 10 years, we’re excited to launch our brand new eZine. For a copy, please refer to the eZine section.
In line with the State’s commitment to Open Government Partnership, including fiscal transparency, the SCA will now publish on its website, on a twice yearly basis, the number and cumulative total of all payments made in the preceding six months to the solicitor firms and barristers it has engaged.
A workshop will take place on the 05th November 2014 which will provide an outline on all stages of the psychosocial risk assessment specific to critical incidents to appropriate statutory bodies and other relevant organisations who are participating in the pilot of this tool.
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