The Government has delegated responsibility for managing personal injury and third-party property damage claims to the State Claims Agency for an additional 61 public bodies, bringing the total number from 56 to 117.
Bookings are now being taken for a seminar on fetal monitoring which is being facilitated by Professor Sabaratnam Arulkumaran, Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at St George’s University of London.
The State Claims Agency is hosting two seminars for HSE senior managers on the implications of the State indemnity model.
The results of the tender competition for barristers panels is published.
In the latest edition of the SCA Newsletter, Director Ciarán Breen writes about home births and the HSE Indemnity Scheme.
A number of State and semi-State bodies responsible for approximately 900 national monuments, parks, historic houses, recreation sites and 1,000km of inland navigable waterways have joined forces for a new initiative to improve the safety of visitors to their sites.
The National Treasury Management Agency today published its Annual Report 2012 and provided an update on activities across its range of business functions, including the State Claims Agency.
The SCA has rebranded and extended its newsletter to reflect the widening of its statutory remit.
The NTMA reports results for 2012 and provides a review of activities across the range of its business functions, including the State Claims Agency.
The SCA and the Association of Community and Comprehensive Schools (ACCS) publish the findings of their Survey of the Management of Child Protection and Welfare in Community and Comprehensive Schools.
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