Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) to be made mandatory
CIRI – New register for construction companies and sole traders
CIRI is to be put on a statutory basis this year by Minister Simon Coveney. This will have significant implications for the construction industry and will mean that all builders and sub-contractors will have to be vetted by CIRI/ CIF. The new register called the Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) will include main contractors, builders, specialists, sub contractors and sole traders of all sizes. There are currently 30+ categories of registration (e.g. house builder, plasterer, civil engineering contractor). Link to CIRI here:
As part of the training CPD requirements which is mandatory for all construction companies on the CIRI register. The QualiBuild FES Course is currently being rolled out around Ireland and is listed within the CPD training SEE MORE
Minister Simon Coveney has reaffirmed his commitment to see the Construction Industry Register Ireland put on a statutory footing in the coming months. For full press-release see MINISTER COVENEY TO PUT CONSTRUCTION REGISTER (CIRI) ON STATUTORY FOOTING WITHIN WEEKS.
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