999 call operators in Navan are to go on strike again in a row over pay and conditions.
Workers will not answer emergency calls for a 12-hour period on Thursday the April 7.
However, other 999 call centres in Dublin and Ballyshannon are expected to operate as normal.
Conduit Global, who run the service, have said they “strongly regret” the decision by the Communications Workers Union to take industrial action.
They have also accused the CWU of “choosing to place its own interests over critical public services”.