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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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Corrib security firm 'acts responsibly' [Ireland]

Author: Lorna Siggins, Irish Times , Published on: 11 August 2012

The company which provides security for the Corrib gas project in...Mayo has said it is working “to the highest standards”. Integrated Risk Management Services (IRMS) was responding to disclosure of a company “situation report”, recording movements at a protest camp...overlooking the Corrib gas pipeline worksite. In a statement...IRMS said that “we are tasked with protecting people and property in respect of the Corrib gas project and in so doing, operate to the highest standards, acting responsibly and proportionally at all times”. The Private Security Authority (PSA), which is the State regulator for the security industry, said it was “not aware of any breach of the Private Security Services Acts or any other legislation in relation to this incident”.

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