UK: BMT Isis Starts Training Course for Port Workers

first_img此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 zoom In partnership with the Port of Dover Consultancy, BMT Isis (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group, has announced the launch of a two day, interactive training course and workshop for Harbour Masters, Port Managers and Port Authorities. Entitled ‘Managing Port Safety and Security’, the course will provide delegates with a better understanding of what’s required to help meet the guidance contained within the Port Marine Safety Code.With contributions from the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) and Port Skills and Safety (PSS), the two day workshop is scheduled to take place on the 12th and 13th February 2014 and will be delivered by experienced Port Operators, recognised Marine Safety Practitioners and guest speakers.Kevin Richardson, Chief Harbour Master from Port of Dover comments: “I am delighted to be a part of this exciting training initiative with BMT. I believe strongly that the blend of expertise and experience provided by both organisations will really benefit port professionals and port executives alike to better understand their roles and responsibilities in port marine safety and port security.”Delegates will be given the opportunity to take part in an interactive emergency planning and response exercise using BMT’s REMBRANDT simulation software, enabling attendees to identify and assess risk mitigation measures. This exercise will also help to plan for and respond to emergency situations and run ‘what if’ scenarios within a simulated port environment. Lee Rhodes, Senior Consultant at BMT Isis explains: “We’re excited to be working in partnership with the Port of Dover to deliver this bespoke workshop. This programme is yet another example of our commitment to continuous improvement and sharing best practice within the industry in which we operate. We provide a range of safety awareness training courses including risk assessment and management techniques and application of the PSMC, ISM and ISPS codes.” My location Print  Close BMT, December 2, 2013last_img read more

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Mohalla Clinics to outsource various tests tenders issued

first_imgNEW DELHI: Mohalla clinics of Delhi, the flagship project of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will soon get an upgradation where the various important tests for the patients would be outsourced to the private labs. Tenders have also been issued for outsourcing laboratory services for the clinics and mobile health services. This will make the tests faster and perfect.”The Delhi government tries to give all the tests facilities at the Mohalla clinics but in some places, we face problems due to lack of technicians. Now if we can outsource these tests it will help the patients and also bring down the rush,” said an official. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsAccording to the sources, the target of the government is to outsource the lab diagnostic so that if a doctor of Mohallah clinic write a test and the patient goes to the registered private labs then they would be able to do the test and get the government benefits as well. Earlier, the Delhi government also decided to bear all the bills incurred in the treatment of victims of road accidents, burns or acid attacks in private or government hospitals. Moreover, residents of Delhi who are unable to have surgeries at any government hospital in the city now get free surgery in 48 private hospitals without having to worry about huge bills. Under this scheme, the patient needs to submit residence proof with the OPD slip (containing referral to the private hospital) with an authorisation form (available at the hospital) to the nodal officer of the Delhi Arogya Kosh from where he/she will get the authorisation letter allowing treatment at a private hospital. The hospital administration will assist the patients’ family in the process. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderEarlier this month, after lots of tussle with the DDA, the Delhi government decided to take semi-commercial spaces on rent to make Mohalla Clinics. By November, the Delhi government will make 500 more Mohalla Clinics, said the sources in the Delhi government. In an urgent meeting with the Health Minister, the department took the decision. Sources in the Delhi government also said that next week the department is likely to inaugurate nine Mohalla Clinics at various places across Delhi.last_img read more

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Ohio State rolls over Penn State 6314

Ohio State players pile up on Penn State running back, Zach Zwinak (28). OSU won against Penn State, 63-14, at Ohio Stadium Oct. 26. Credit: Ritika Shah / Asst. photo editor The Ohio State football team extended the nation’s longest winning streak to 20 games Saturday, defeating Big Ten rival Penn State 63-14.“I like where we’re at as a team,” OSU coach Urban Meyer said after the game. “I’m very pleased with arguably our best team win.”OSU wasted no time getting on the board, as senior running back Carlos Hyde found the end zone from two yards out on its first drive to put the Buckeyes up, 7-0 just 2:17 into the game.The Buckeyes (8-0, 4-0) found the end zone on the ground a few drives later, but this time it was junior quarterback Braxton Miller, who scored from 39 yards out.Miller found pay dirt again on OSU’s next drive after Penn State freshman quarterback Christian Hackenberg threw an interception to senior safety C.J. Barnett. The six-yard scamper made it 21-0 OSU.Following a three-and-out by Penn State, Miller hit senior wide receiver Chris Fields in the end zone from three yards out to extend OSU’s lead to 28-0. It was Fields’ fifth touchdown reception of 2013.Miller said after the game he is “very comfortable” with the passing game right now.“I know what I’m doing and (what the) defensive coverage (is) and I know where the guys is going to be,” Miller said. “It’s exciting to see a guy with the ball in his hand do something with it.”The Nittany Lions (4-3, 1-2) got on the board on their ensuing possession, as Hackenberg hit graduate senior Brandon Felder for a 12-yard touchdown to make the score 28-7.Freshman running back Dontre Wilson nearly took the following kickoff back for a touchdown, returning it to the Penn State 45 yard line. Two plays later, Hyde took a handoff from Miller 39 yards untouched for his second score of the game.OSU would score one more time before the half, as Miller found senior wide receiver Corey “Philly” Brown from 25 yards out with just three seconds left. OSU led 42-7 at the break.Miller found Wilson out of the backfield for a 29 yard touchdown on OSU’s second drive of the second half to extend the lead to 49-7.“I just love where Braxton’s at right now,” Meyer said. “I love the fact that he’s acting like a quarterback…I felt like he was an athlete playing quarterback a year ago. Feel like he’s a quarterback that’s a really good athlete now.”Redshirt-senior quarterback Kenny Guiton entered the game at the end of the Buckeyes’ next drive, taking the snap with Miller lined up at wide receiver and running two yards up the middle for a score.Guiton’s second touchdown of the night, this one from 11 yards out, made the score 63-7.Penn State junior receiver Allen Robinson reversed the field twice on his way to a 65-yard touchdown against the OSU second-team defense to make the score 63-14 in favor of the Buckeyes.OSU racked up 686 total yards of offense in the 63-14 win, the third-most yards gained in school history.Meyer said beating a team like Penn State by such a large margin “helps” to impress across the country, but it was not what was on the team’s mind going into the game with the Nittany Lions.“That was not certainly our mindset,” Meyer said. “Our  mindset is find a way to win this game against a very talented team. What we’re worried about is find a way to win the game. And things usually work out.”Next up the Buckeyes are set to travel to West Lafayette, Ind., to take on Purdue. Kickoff is set for noon. read more

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