Advice from the Chief Medical Officer to HSC professionals for 2020
The Department of Health(), makes the following Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 25C(1), (3)(c), (4)(d) and 25F(2) of the Public Health Act (Northern Ireland) 1967(
Northern Ireland milk price statistics show the average producer prices for raw milk sold off farm and the volume of raw milk collected from Northern Ireland farms from 2000 to 2020.
This guidance explains temporary changes to pre-employment vetting policy for health and social care roles to make it quicker for employers to do this so that new or temporary staff and volunteers can be put in place at short notice.
COVID-19: Guidance to organisations and groups in relation to safeguarding issues for community volunteers has been provided below.
Animal feed statistics are based on surveys and provide information on the quantities of feed used in Northern Ireland on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
Here you can find information to help you use Cisco Jabber.
Latest advice from NIFDA during the COVID-19 crisis.
These FAQs are designed to help you work remotely and also provide advice on how you can help reduce the load on the IT infrastructure.
Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon provides a Covid-19 update to the Assembly
DOF/2020-0121 FOI information request re e-Sourcing Audit Report
DOF/2020-0126 FOI Information request re Shackleton Barracks. Si, Limavady Gov Office Bld Contractors
The information contained in this factsheet will signpost you to up-to date information for employers during COVID-19.
Transformation to Controlled Integrated Status
This background quality report provides users of the ‘Northern Ireland Waiting Time Statistics: Cancer Waiting Times ’ National Statistics publication, with information relating to the quality of the statistical outputs produced.
Presents information on waiting times for patients accessing cancer services at hospitals in Northern Ireland during each quarter.
This report presents findings from the 2018/19 Continuous Household Survey in relation to public attitudes to and awareness of resources for planning journeys on public transport.
Given the importance of migrants to the NI economy the Department for the Economy (DfE) commissioned Oxford Economics to assess the potential economic impacts of the UK Government’s Immigration proposals which will come into effect on 1 January 2021. It is recognise
Covid-19 Surge Plans - Letter from Permanent Secretary - 26 March 2020
This calendar enables interested stakeholders to view the publication dates for forthcoming releases of Official and National Statistics.