Hiring system – MPS 2016 http://mps2016.org/ Tue, 24 May 2022 05:29:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mps2016.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-4-120x120.png Hiring system – MPS 2016 http://mps2016.org/ 32 32 commissioner proposes a $1.4 million investment in the EMS system | News, Sports, Jobs https://mps2016.org/commissioner-proposes-a-1-4-million-investment-in-the-ems-system-news-sports-jobs/ Tue, 24 May 2022 05:13:49 +0000 https://mps2016.org/commissioner-proposes-a-1-4-million-investment-in-the-ems-system-news-sports-jobs/ Times Observer file photo Emergency medical service providers face many challenges in Warren County, from staffing to funding to regulation. Commissioner Jeff Eggleston has proposed a $1.4 million investment in the county’s system which he said is “just one piece of this larger solution.” Warren County Commissioner Jeff Eggleston has proposed […]]]>

Times Observer file photo Emergency medical service providers face many challenges in Warren County, from staffing to funding to regulation. Commissioner Jeff Eggleston has proposed a $1.4 million investment in the county’s system which he said is “just one piece of this larger solution.”

Warren County Commissioner Jeff Eggleston has proposed a $1.4 million investment in county emergency medical services.

If this investment goes well, the proposal includes a property tax increase plan dedicated specifically to funding EMS operations.

“Non-profit fire departments with volunteers cannot afford to provide the service,” Eggleston said during Monday’s business session. He said EmergyCare, along with the city of Warren, as the only two fee-paying ambulance services operating in the county, was struggling to hire people.

“If they can’t find people to pay”, Eggleston asked, “how are we going to find people to volunteer?”

The proposal Eggleston made on Monday would allocate $705,000 each of the next two years from the county’s U.S. bailout allocation; $110,000 would be awarded to the City of Warren, with the remaining $595,000 going to projects to advance EMS throughout the county.

“County government making a financial and strategic investment in emergency medical services for the first time would fundamentally change the discussion in the region,” Eggleston suggests in the report, “and perhaps the state by signaling the importance of the issue and that local governments are willing to work together and put ‘skin in the game’.”

“If the program proves to be functional and creates positive results, the commissioners will also commit to subsequently raise county property taxes by 1.5 mils in a special allocation on property owners’ tax bills, substantially separate from general property taxes that citizens pay for the year. government costs, Eggleston wrote.

“The $705,000 figure is not arbitrary because a million in property taxes produces about $470,000 in revenue for the county and 1.5 mils would typically bring in $705,000.”

“The EMS system is on the verge of collapse”, Eggleston said during the working session, proposing the funding as “a kind of assistance in solving the problem.”

“I don’t know what the county’s role should be in this,” said Commissioner Tricia Durbin. “It really should be the municipalities and townships that need the service.

“I don’t know if putting money there is necessarily going to solve the problem.”

“From my point of view, the county could lead on several fronts”, said Eggleston. “If someone doesn’t do something, someone will need service and won’t get it.

He suggested the county investing in the system could attract municipal investment.

“Whether it’s county or municipal tax money, it comes from the same place,” said Eggleston. “It’s to solve a problem that everyone has. I sympathize with a lot of those municipalities that don’t have a lot of resources.

“There is a certain recognition” Durbin added that “Most definitely…I don’t know if our current system is as effective as it could be.”

“EMS is an essential service that needs community support and municipal funding,” Clarendon Borough councilor Paul Pascuzzi said.

Noting that 70% of the county is served by volunteers, Pascuzzi said there is a need to engage with all municipalities “to have a dialogue around support, leadership and funding. It was like keeping cats.

“This is the first time a municipality other than the City of Warren has developed a proposal that has at least some funding basis,” he said of Eggleston’s proposal, suggesting that the city government or the Council of Governments could set up “something like this.”

He described solving this problem at the local level as “mission impossible”.

“The only way to solve this problem is collectively…to come together and find a collective solution.”

Eggleston pointed out that there is “No way to point fingers at anyone about it. It’s everybody’s problem. It is only one part of this larger solution.

“If we wait for the state, we will be in serious trouble”, Pascuzzi pointed out.



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School Management System Market 2022 by Key Players and Vendors: Blackboard, Inc, PowerSchool, Ellucian Company, Skolaro, Jenzabar, Inc, Oracle Corporation, Classter, Hobsons, Inc., Foradian Technologies, Schoology, Instructure, Inc, McGraw-Hill Education, Knewton, Inc. https://mps2016.org/school-management-system-market-2022-by-key-players-and-vendors-blackboard-inc-powerschool-ellucian-company-skolaro-jenzabar-inc-oracle-corporation-classter-hobsons-inc-foradian-technolog/ Sun, 22 May 2022 21:23:45 +0000 https://mps2016.org/school-management-system-market-2022-by-key-players-and-vendors-blackboard-inc-powerschool-ellucian-company-skolaro-jenzabar-inc-oracle-corporation-classter-hobsons-inc-foradian-technolog/ New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global School management system covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). The global school management system explores in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales and overall growth of key players. The research is […]]]>

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Some of the Major Key Players profiled in the study are Blackboard, Inc, PowerSchool, Ellucian Company, Skolaro, Jenzabar, Inc, Oracle Corporation, Classter, Hobsons, Inc., Foradian Technologies, Schoology, Instructure, Inc, McGraw-Hill Education, Knewton, Inc.

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Solution, Service.

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The Middle East and Africa (GCC countries and Egypt)
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Arohi Pathak: Reinvent America’s Food System for a Long-Term Solution to the Baby Food Shortage | Column https://mps2016.org/arohi-pathak-reinvent-americas-food-system-for-a-long-term-solution-to-the-baby-food-shortage-column/ Sat, 21 May 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://mps2016.org/arohi-pathak-reinvent-americas-food-system-for-a-long-term-solution-to-the-baby-food-shortage-column/ Arohi Pathak No child should go hungry in the richest country in the world. Yet in recent days, panicked parents and caregivers who rely on infant formula for the health and nutritional needs of loved ones are faced with skyrocketing infant formula prices and severe shortages in grocery stores. Nationally, 43% of infant formula is […]]]>





Arohi Pathak


No child should go hungry in the richest country in the world. Yet in recent days, panicked parents and caregivers who rely on infant formula for the health and nutritional needs of loved ones are faced with skyrocketing infant formula prices and severe shortages in grocery stores.

Nationally, 43% of infant formula is out of stock, a massive increase from an average of 2% to 8% overall. The formula was already too expensive for many families, costing up to $1,500 a year. Shortages and other pandemic-related challenges have driven up the price of formula, along with other necessities. The formula crisis highlights how inequitable our food system is, leaving millions of the most vulnerable populations without access to affordable food.

Coupled with supply chain and security issues, the price of formula is unsustainably high at a time when millions are still struggling to recover from the pandemic and economic turmoil. The infant formula crisis has had a particularly dire impact on low-income parents and caregivers, especially single parents and caregivers in low-wage jobs, who are recovering more slowly from the economic downturn. Formula shortages are equally difficult for people with disabilities or other health conditions who rely on formula for nutrition and survival, and for LGBTQ, adoptive, and adoptive parents who rely on formula. for their infants.

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The infant formula crisis stemmed from a product recall by an Abbott Laboratories plant in Michigan due to contaminated products and unsanitary conditions, and was compounded by our weak supply chain, uncontrolled consolidation Infant formula production is hampered by just four large companies, corporate profit, red-tape bureaucracy and under-resourced government agencies that provide oversight of such a crucial resource for families. It also offers an alarming commentary on our national food and hunger priorities, in particular to help parents and caregivers meet the basic needs of their families and ensure that everyone has access to safe, affordable and nutritious.

The Biden administration and other lawmakers have proposed measures to ease the crisis, including reducing bureaucratic hurdles to get formula on grocery shelves faster, cracking down on excessive corporate pricing and increasing the offer. And while these interventions will go a long way to addressing short-term formula challenges, our policymakers need to focus on long-term solutions, including building an equitable and sustainable food system that ensures access. universal to safe, quality food for all Americans.

The White House recently announced a national conference on hunger, nutrition and health in September. In addition, two legislative proposals would allow Congress to take significant action in the coming months. This year, Congress must reauthorize the Child Nutrition and Women, Infants, and Children Act, which enables all federal child nutrition programs to reach millions of children and their families every day. . Next year, Congress will turn its attention to reauthorizing the Farm Bill, which includes the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the largest hunger relief program that helps the food budget of families in need so that they can buy healthy food and move towards self-sufficiency.

The White House conference and congressional overtures to update the Child Nutrition Act and the Farm Bill provide an unprecedented opportunity to think about how we might reimagine our food system, focusing on sustainable production and resilient, strong supply chains, adequate supply and access to culturally and nutritionally diverse, good quality and affordable food.

Imagine for a second the scale of fear and uncertainty that millions of parents and caregivers across the United States are feeling right now as they wonder where and how they will find and deliver lifesaving formula to their child. . This crisis offers us a window into the daily desperation and anxiety felt by millions of low-income parents and caregivers struggling to put food on the table.

In the richest country in the world, this is a failure of massive proportions. Over the next year, the United States will have a crucial role to playonce per generation opportunity to improve the lives and health of millions of children and other vulnerable people in our country. We must focus on building an equitable and sustainable food system that takes into account the needs of our diverse communities. Let’s create a country where every person has the ability not only to survive, but also to thrive and prosper.

Pathak is Policy Director of the Poverty to Prosperity Program at the Center for American Progress: americanprogress.org. She wrote this for InsideSources.com.

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Former Cook County Jail Warden Advocates for a More Holistic Criminal Justice System | Chicago News https://mps2016.org/former-cook-county-jail-warden-advocates-for-a-more-holistic-criminal-justice-system-chicago-news/ Fri, 20 May 2022 01:41:47 +0000 https://mps2016.org/former-cook-county-jail-warden-advocates-for-a-more-holistic-criminal-justice-system-chicago-news/ Do inmates in Illinois jails and jails have a right to security? That’s the central question raised in a new post written by former Cook County Department of Corrections director Nneka Jones Tapia. In it, Jones Tapia argues for a more holistic view of health and safety for people in custody. The work comes after […]]]>

Do inmates in Illinois jails and jails have a right to security?

That’s the central question raised in a new post written by former Cook County Department of Corrections director Nneka Jones Tapia.

In it, Jones Tapia argues for a more holistic view of health and safety for people in custody. The work comes after COVID ravaged correctional facilities across the country.

Chicago Beyond has released the “Do I Have the Right to Feel Safe” document to provide guidance to stakeholders in the criminal justice system. Read the full report.

Answers have been edited for longer.

How has your experience as a clinical psychologist and guard at Cook County Jail influenced your vision of what a holistic criminal justice system might look like?

Nneka Jones Tapia: I think when I started in corrections and in my 10 years as a warden, I really realized and saw first hand the impact the system had on people who are incarcerated, their families, as well as the staff. I mean, I think I’ve seen the overwhelming negative and detrimental impact that the system has had in the impact rippling through the entire community.

America incarcerates more people than any other country in the world. It seems to be a system that relies more on punishment than on the possibility of rehabilitation. Do you think it’s fair to say that at this point this approach has failed?

Jones Tapia: I think we should have said a long time ago that this approach to crime has failed. I think if we’re going to keep everyone safe, we need to focus on creating the conditions that will actually produce positive behavior – and that’s not punishment and control.

What kind of toll does the current mass incarceration approach to crime take on both those incarcerated and those working in correctional facilities? Especially those inmates who can wait years just to be tried?

Jones Tapia: I would say the toll really starts when a person walks into the facility. There is a darkness in correctional facilities and you feel that darkness as soon as you enter, whether you are an inmate or a staff member. And so, the longer you have to sit in that darkness, the more of a negative impact it has.

What I saw during my tenure in Cook County was that the longer people waited for their trial, the more likely they were to engage in negative behavior, again as an impact of sitting in this darkness. It’s not because they were a bad person, but because we had them in a horrible environment and that’s not unique to Cook County Jail. I don’t want to paint Cook County as the only institution that detains people for a longer period of time or is forged by darkness – it’s every correctional facility. And because people sitting there for longer periods of time are more likely to act, which has an impact on staff.

We know that the American criminal justice system treats black and white defendants differently. Tell me a bit about the racial aspect of that?

Jones Tapia: I think what we see happening in jails and prisons reflects how we in America have historically engaged with race. America tends to fear black and brown people and we have responded to that fear by trying to control black and brown bodies and trying to punish black and brown bodies.

We don’t have a black crime problem, (we have) a black exclusion problem. Black and brown people have been excluded from the very resources and supports we all know everyone needs to thrive. Employment, education, housing options, mental health and physical health services. And so we have to think about our response to this problem of exclusion is not a system that will further exclude people, which is what jails and prisons do, but think about how we can really nurture the innate positive attributes that exist in people. And we can only do that by connecting them to positive supports, realizing and investing in the inherent strengths and humanity that exists within each of us.

Right now, do you think there is a will to change the look of the American correctional system? Do you think there is currently an appetite to make fundamental changes?

Jones Tapia: I think there is an appetite for change for people who work in these systems and who are confined by these systems. I think the voices of these two groups in particular need to be heard on a larger platform, because there is also the

voices of people who believe we should be tougher on crime. And they believe jails and jails are the antidote to the rise in crime we are seeing happening across the country. And so what Chicago Beyond has tried to do is just amplify the voices of people affected by the system to say that while some people think these systems work to create security, they actually erode security .

Can you give me an idea of ​​what people who actually work in the corrections system think about the possibility of reform?

Jones Tapia: Almost everyone who works in the system has been exposed directly and indirectly to trauma and that trauma comes with them. It doesn’t come off when they take off their uniforms when they go home to their families. They interact differently with people, their families, community members. And I think a lot of people who work in the system see that. One study found that almost a third of correctional officers had PTSD and met criteria for depression. While in the general population, about 3-6% of people meet the criteria for these diagnoses. And so the impact is real. You know, and I think the more we give people who work in the system the platform to really talk about the impact…the more they want to be part of that change. People who work in correctional services have a life expectancy that is 20 years less than that of the general population. So they literally die because they work in these systems. And so they know something has to change.

Tell me a bit about the impact you see on the families of incarcerated people and those who work in correctional facilities?

Jones Tapia: I have experienced it. I experienced this impact as a young girl visiting my father in prison. This is something that, without the proper support from my family and community, could have had a lasting negative impact. I saw it as an employee working in this system where the families of incarcerated people called me concerned for the well-being of their loved ones.

This anxiety that families experience when their loved one is incarcerated affects them in all areas of life. The impact of these institutions does not occur only for the people who enter these institutions or who sit in these institutions. A study recently revealed that nearly 113 million Americans have an immediate family member or have had an immediate family member who has been incarcerated. I mean, you think about the impact of this in the grocery stores of our churches, our schools, and our communities. People sit with this anxiety and have little space to talk about it or to be part of the changing system that causes this anxiety.

What does a redesigned American justice and corrections system look like?

Jones Tapia: It feels like empowering people who have been most affected by the system. It’s the staff, it’s the people who are and have been incarcerated. It is the families of these groups, it is the survivors of crime, it is the community organizations that are most affected by incarceration. And that doesn’t feel like control and punishment, but more like centering the conditions that are going to help people thrive. And leaving room for continued iterations of what it could be. This is not a tick box exercise. This is something we must continually work towards.

What kind of response have you had to your new holistic vision of the corrections system from the people who work there?

Jones Tapia: We created this vision in partnership with people who work in the system, people who have been incarcerated in the system, as well as current and former survivors of crime and correctional administrators. Nearly 100 people lent their voices to this vision. And although we have divergent paths on how we got here, we all agree that what we are doing through mass incarceration and disinvestment in communities is not working and we need to collectively think about healing universal and supports for all of our communities. If we really want to experience security, we must invest in the people and the communities from which they come.


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The two-tier system that treats some essential workers as second-class workers https://mps2016.org/the-two-tier-system-that-treats-some-essential-workers-as-second-class-workers/ Wed, 18 May 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://mps2016.org/the-two-tier-system-that-treats-some-essential-workers-as-second-class-workers/ Tourism Vanuatu / Provided Last October, 150 seasonal workers arrived from Vanuatu to help boost the struggling horticultural industry. Morgan Godfery says government policy treats these recognized seasonal employer program workers as “disposable.” Morgan Godfery is a senior lecturer at the University of Otago. He is a regular opinion contributor to Stuff. OPINION: One of […]]]>
Last October, 150 seasonal workers arrived from Vanuatu to help boost the struggling horticultural industry.  Morgan Godfery says government policy treats these recognized seasonal employer program workers as

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Last October, 150 seasonal workers arrived from Vanuatu to help boost the struggling horticultural industry. Morgan Godfery says government policy treats these recognized seasonal employer program workers as “disposable.”

Morgan Godfery is a senior lecturer at the University of Otago. He is a regular opinion contributor to Stuff.

OPINION: One of the important things the pandemic revealed was that the distinction between “high-skilled” and “low-skilled” workers is more or less meaningless. The only designation that matters is that of “essential workers”.

Is a lawyer, for example, more important than a horticultural worker? The first is certainly a skilled worker, but does their law degree make him more qualified than the second?

As fruit rotted on the vine during the 2020 and 2021 shutdowns, diminishing export earnings and forcing some businesses to the limit, the answer is surely no. Essential workers – horticulture workers as well as supermarket workers, nurses and doctors etc. – were the people who held the economy and society on their shoulders.

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And so, the change in government immigration policy, prioritizing “highly skilled” workers over so-called “low skilled” workers, seems illogical.

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that it’s impossible to cut sharp lines between the people an economy and society need to function and the people who are, of course, important, but secondary to the proper functioning of this economy and this society.

What makes a lawyer more dignified than a hotel employee? The lawyer would find it easier to gather enough points to earn a skilled migrant category resident visa, but as any Auckland or Queenstown business owner could tell you, the labor shortage lies in the hotel and accommodation industry. Why then should immigration policy favor the former?

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The Minister of Immigration announces a new “Green List”, which aims to simplify applications and residence pathways for migrants.

Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi might say this is an oversimplification. Hoteliers can still hire foreign workers, bringing them into the country with the Accredited Employer Work Visa. Horticulturists can still hire foreign workers as well, bringing them into the country under the Recognized Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme.

But that is precisely the point – these visa categories are secondary forms of residency. Under the CSR program, for example, workers fly in from the Pacific, work for their employer for a set period of time, and leave after that period ends. CSR workers cannot apply for residency under this scheme, even as the pandemic has heightened their importance to the economy.

In 2021/2022, the CSR cap was raised to 16,000 on the admission that employers were still struggling to find New Zealanders willing to work in orchards for minimum wage.

And so, to fill that void, thousands of workers are disembarking flights from the Pacific, working their set time in the orchards, and then boarding back home.

In a way, it helps these workers provide for their families. They earn a salary that they might not otherwise have. But in another sense, it encourages their very exploitation. In 2020, the Newsroom found an employer threatening to suspend air travel and CSR worker compensation.

In 2009, when the scheme was still fresh, the media uncovered stories of employers deducting workers’ “expenses”, pushing their take-home pay below the minimum wage. These deductions were to pay for things like “housing” and “plane tickets”—expenses that employers were supposed to cover.

This reflects badly on those rotten employers, of course. But the real culprit is government policy. CSR workers struggle to access any remedy. When their visas expire, so does their work and there is no path to residency. This means that CSR workers are – perhaps almost literally – disposable.

A cohort arrives in 2022. Another cohort arrives in 2023. And it continues.

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Morgan Godfery: “The lesson of the pandemic is surely that CSR workers, as well as hotel and hospitality workers who enter the country on the accredited employer work visa, are essential.”

The problem with the government’s immigration reforms is that they entrench this two-tier system. So-called highly skilled immigrants are offered generous pathways to residency. But so-called low-skilled workers have to cycle in and out of the country without an equally generous route to residency. Or, in the case of CSR workers, with no path to residency.

The lesson of the pandemic is surely that CSR workers, as well as hotel and hospitality workers who enter the country on the accredited employer work visa, are essential. The implication of this is obvious: if these workers are essential, the government should treat them as such.

But Faafoi’s recent reforms reinforce the very system that treats essential workers as somehow less than traditionally “more skilled” migrants. This two-tier system should not last. If that’s the case, another lockdown, or maybe another virus, and the fruit rots on the vine again, we’ll wonder why we tolerated such an inflexible system as the CSR regime.

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The green formwork system improves the efficiency of concrete formwork on the construction site. https://mps2016.org/the-green-formwork-system-improves-the-efficiency-of-concrete-formwork-on-the-construction-site/ Mon, 16 May 2022 23:42:07 +0000 https://mps2016.org/the-green-formwork-system-improves-the-efficiency-of-concrete-formwork-on-the-construction-site/ With the development of the concrete formwork system, the traditional system of wooden beams with plywood could no longer meet the needs of construction contractors for efficient and safe construction. In developed countries, especially in the United States, slab concrete structures are usually designed as post-tensioned slabs or flat slabs. And the green formwork system […]]]>

With the development of the concrete formwork system, the traditional system of wooden beams with plywood could no longer meet the needs of construction contractors for efficient and safe construction. In developed countries, especially in the United States, slab concrete structures are usually designed as post-tensioned slabs or flat slabs. And the green formwork system is made on this basis.

Green formwork system performance on our job site is better than I thought! In fact, it’s amazing! said Arian, Project Manager and Technical Director of Chip Mong Group, “After using the green formwork system, it helped me save about 50% labor and 30% material cost, the Installation speed could reach up to 100m2 per day, compared to Doka and Peri, formwork price is only half of them.

Adrian really understood green formwork after his first try on his site. Previously, he only believed that the traditional method of construction with plywood, wooden beams and a shoring system was the best choice for him and his business.

Introduction to Green Formwork System

The Luriel green formwork system is a breakthrough metal frame formwork system which allows for early onset. It provides a suitable formwork solution for most concrete structures and components and meets the general requirements of different construction methods and conditions.

It allows fast and safe forming operations with a systematic assembly sequence. The low weight of the panels, the compact dimensions and the practical design of the system components facilitate fatigue-free and ergonomic working operations.

​GREEN FORMWORK has been designed for standard use in the construction of slabs with a thickness of up to 30 cm. GREEN FORMWORK’s range of applications extends from residential construction to building construction projects.

​The systematic assembly sequence and lightweight steel system components speed up work operations. Additionally, the possibility of early stripping with the drop-head system reduces on-site material requirements.

​With GREEN FORMWORK, infill areas are reduced to a strict minimum. In addition, the system makes a convincing argument with an extensive range of safety and logistics accessories.

​Another advantage is the easy horizontal transport of formwork materials, as the small props required ensure greater freedom of movement under the slab formwork.

Stripping/early striking mechanism of the green formwork system

“There’s a lot of room for improvement for creativity in a single system like this,” Adrian continues, “with Early stripping mechanism, Now 1 set of panels and 2 sets of the shoring system are more effective, of course cheaper compared to the old method. I used to work with many concrete formwork systems, but green formwork is the most suitable in my business development plan. In other respects it caused no problems while our team was using my old supplier’s ringlock scaffolding system. »

early stripping mechanism of green formwork

With the early stripping mechanism of green formwork, concrete contractors can only use one set of panels + 2 sets of props/shoring system to go through the whole project, which will reduce the cost of materials compared to traditional formwork with plywood.

The six-way self-locking system ensures stability and safety, at the same time, the prop also provides room for the filler beam to meet the needs of traditional 12mm formwork users.

ONLY 3 components of the green formwork and shoring system with filling accessories

Green formwork

The size of shuttering panel/shuttering formwork is from 1.8m x 1.2m to 0.6m x 0.6m

Well, the load capacity of the prop/shoring system is from 37 KN at a height of 2.3m to 20.1 KN at a height of 3.5m with a safety factor of 2:1.

For the area around the column wall where the green formwork panel cannot reach, Adrian suggested the concrete contractor use the traditional 12mm thick plywood. In this way, whoever stores the traditional formwork could still consume in the current or new project instead of material waste.

Conclusion

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Jeremy Hunt says NHS was a ‘rogue system’ during his time as Health Secretary | Jeremy Hunt https://mps2016.org/jeremy-hunt-says-nhs-was-a-rogue-system-during-his-time-as-health-secretary-jeremy-hunt/ Sun, 15 May 2022 06:16:00 +0000 https://mps2016.org/jeremy-hunt-says-nhs-was-a-rogue-system-during-his-time-as-health-secretary-jeremy-hunt/ Jeremy Hunt has described sitting on top of a ‘rogue system’ when he was Health Secretary and said he was ‘deeply shocked’ by failures in care. The current chairman of the Commons health and social care committee has said fear of transparency and honesty within the NHS when it comes to preventable deaths and mistakes […]]]>

Jeremy Hunt has described sitting on top of a ‘rogue system’ when he was Health Secretary and said he was ‘deeply shocked’ by failures in care.

The current chairman of the Commons health and social care committee has said fear of transparency and honesty within the NHS when it comes to preventable deaths and mistakes is a ‘major structural problem’ which must be resolved, in an excerpt from his new book published in the Sunday Times.

In the book, Zero: Eliminating Unnecessary Deaths in a Post-Pandemic NHS, Hunt said the “corrosive consequences of such thinking” were cover-ups that the Department of Health and NHS “were complicit in”.

“Too often, failed managers were retrained for jobs in another part of the country, where they continued to make the same mistakes. And because of secrecy, the wheels of change are moving slowly,” he said.

“It was not about rogue staff or a rogue hospital. It was a malicious system. A rogue system which, as health secretary, I sat on top of.

Hunt said he was “deeply shocked” by care failures, including preventable deaths.

He warned that when it comes to changes in the health service “the foundation of any reform must be to improve the quality as well as the quantity of care provided”.

In recent days, the former cabinet minister has refused to rule himself out of a future Tory leadership race.

Hunt was Boris Johnson’s main challenger for the party’s top job in 2019 and has been touted as a possible candidate in the event of a re-run.

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Senator Merkley tours the Joint System Canal Piping Project | News https://mps2016.org/senator-merkley-tours-the-joint-system-canal-piping-project-news/ Sat, 14 May 2022 00:41:00 +0000 https://mps2016.org/senator-merkley-tours-the-joint-system-canal-piping-project-news/ Eagle Point – Today Senator Merkley toured the Joint System Canal Piping Project, for which he and Senator Ron Wyden were awarded $5 million. This project between the Rogue River Valley Irrigation District and the Medford Irrigation District addresses water supply issues in the region. The two districts deliver water to farmers through a joint […]]]>

Eagle Point – Today Senator Merkley toured the Joint System Canal Piping Project, for which he and Senator Ron Wyden were awarded $5 million. This project between the Rogue River Valley Irrigation District and the Medford Irrigation District addresses water supply issues in the region.

The two districts deliver water to farmers through a joint 13.6-mile canal system. Affecting local farms, stream flow, and impacts to fish and aquatic habitats, the canal infrastructure is at risk of failure.

“These types of projects are critical to a future marked by climate change where we anticipate that we will have far less water than in the past,” Merkley says.

The two districts want to turn the 13.6 mile canal into a canal system. By doing this, the districts say there can be a significant change in how farmers receive their water, improve wildlife and fish passage, significantly reduce flood risk, and create or maintain jobs in the labor market. construction in the agricultural district.

“Providing more reliable water supply to farms could save 2,598 acre-feet of water per year,” according to the districts.

Soil and water conservation engineer Paul Demaggio says one of the main drivers of modernization of the canal system is aging infrastructure.

“If the infrastructure had been recently upgraded 20 or 30 years ago, we wouldn’t need to upgrade now. But the last time there was a big push into infrastructure was in the 1950s,” says Demaggio.






Along with the current drought situation that southern Oregon finds itself in, the increased urbanization we are seeing, constant maintenance and more landowners using the water are also factors driving this project forward. . “Drought is a major factor but not the only factor,” says Demaggio.

The modernization of the common system channel is estimated at 56.2 million, with a phased approach to this plan. Senator Merkley says these types of community-initiated projects must be defended.

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Commission meeting heats up over 911 system issues in Broward County – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports https://mps2016.org/commission-meeting-heats-up-over-911-system-issues-in-broward-county-wsvn-7news-miami-news-weather-sports/ Tue, 10 May 2022 23:00:13 +0000 https://mps2016.org/commission-meeting-heats-up-over-911-system-issues-in-broward-county-wsvn-7news-miami-news-weather-sports/ FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. (WSVN) – There are serious concerns about the 911 system in a South Florida county, but that’s not what a sheriff wanted to hear. A tense exchange between Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony and Commissioner Mark Bogen took place Tuesday afternoon over how to fix the regional communications center, also known as […]]]>

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. (WSVN) – There are serious concerns about the 911 system in a South Florida county, but that’s not what a sheriff wanted to hear.

A tense exchange between Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony and Commissioner Mark Bogen took place Tuesday afternoon over how to fix the regional communications center, also known as 911.

“Mr. Commissioner, you asked me 15 questions. Do you want me to start answering it now? Tony said.

“No, you’re gonna wait until I’m done, and then you’re gonna be respectful,” Bogen replied.

“I will be respectful when you are respectful. You’re also going to be respectful,” Tony said.

The county said it was understaffed, underpaid and overworked. They agreed on that but not on what to do now.

“How many doors have you kicked down?” Tony told Bogen. “How many lives have you saved? How many times have you had to pull someone out of a burning building or set your [expletive] on the line when someone gets shot? »

When 911 doesn’t work, tragedy can strike. For a Deerfield Beach family, it was when baby Keishawn stopped breathing during a nap. They called 911. Unfortunately, the baby did not survive.

“All it does is ring, ring, ring. I had about five people calling the police at once,” said Keishawn’s father, also named Keishawn.

In Hollywood, Judith Garwood’s house burned down when she couldn’t get help on the phone.

“Oh my God, what’s going on here?” 911 not answering? Garwood said.

The sheriff said they needed to hire more dispatchers and pay them more. He wants $11 million for pay raises, $314,000 for recruiting and $17 million more to bring them together under one roof.

Bogen said more money was a mistake.

“I think I can solve your problem,” Bogen told Tony. “I have an ego. I can solve your problem in six months.

“Well, people can vote for you and serve as sheriff, and then you can address the issue,” Tony said.

For the family who lost a baby and the woman who lost her home, it is too late.

Tony said that while they were trying to fix the problem, he was asking not to judge the whole system on just a few calls.

“A call where it’s not handled to the standards we’d like, maybe it’s not fast enough, maybe there are dropped calls, and we have a rehearsal to get through those calls, does not diminish the fact that we answer 2.6 million calls for service,” Tony said.

The long term answer? It might take a while before they find out.

As for the short term, it looks like the next commission meeting will provide just under $5 million to give raises in the coming months.

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Texas A&M is part of the new A&M Affirmation System of Support for National Guard and Reserve Employees https://mps2016.org/texas-am-is-part-of-the-new-am-affirmation-system-of-support-for-national-guard-and-reserve-employees/ Mon, 09 May 2022 16:38:53 +0000 https://mps2016.org/texas-am-is-part-of-the-new-am-affirmation-system-of-support-for-national-guard-and-reserve-employees/ Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp recently signed a statement of support for the National Guard and Reserves at the Sam Houston Sanders Corps Center on the campus of Texas A&M University. The statement comes from the Texas Committee of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a US Department of Defense program […]]]>

Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp recently signed a statement of support for the National Guard and Reserves at the Sam Houston Sanders Corps Center on the campus of Texas A&M University.

The statement comes from the Texas Committee of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a US Department of Defense program based in Austin.

By signing the statement, Sharp affirmed the A&M system’s commitment to recognize and honor employees who serve on the guard and reserve and to comply with the Service Employment and Re-employment Rights Act. in uniform (USERRA). The statement also commits to providing managers and supervisors with the tools they need to effectively manage those serving in the Guard and Reserve, as well as encouraging the hiring of Guardsmen, Reservists and veterans. .

“We are thrilled to once again demonstrate our commitment to the Texas A&M System employees who proudly serve in the Guard and Reserve,” said Sharp.

He noted that in 2021, the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service was one of 15 organizations nationwide to receive ESGR’s Freedom Award for outstanding support of Guard and Reserve employees.

“By signing a statement of support this year, we hope to set another example for Texas employers and organizations of the vital role our Guard and Reserve play in our national defense,” Sharp said.

The U.S. Department of Defense established the ESGR in 1972 to improve cooperation and understanding between members of the Reserve services and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of disputes arising from an employee’s military enlistment. . More than 3,000 volunteers across the country and in three U.S. territories help employers, Guard and Reserve members, and their families through the program.

“In signing a statement of support, the Texas A&M University System joins an cadre of Fortune 500 companies, state and federal agencies, and thousands upon thousands of American employers in demonstrating their support for our armed forces,” said David Blackorby, President of Texas. ESGR Commission.

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