AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest By News Highland – November 27, 2020 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Nursing staff issued with parking badges at Altnagelvin It’s been confirmed that nurses at Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry have received Free Parking discs.Last night, Derry City and Strabane District Council agreed unanimously to highlight this issue with the Western Health Trust.Cllr Jason Barr was one of those who raised it, and he says he was contacted by the Trust today saying that the discs had been issued.Cllr Barr initially raised the issue last week after it emerged some nurses had been clamped, and says it’s important that it was resolved so quickly………..Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/jasonbbb1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Google+ DL Debate – 24/05/21 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Twitter Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleHSE boss urged people to stay safe as restrictions are easedNext articleMarts to receive support for online trading costs News Highland
EMS providers often express concern about the meaning of the term abandonment. In EMS, it can happen in a number of ways. It is important for field providers to know what abandonment is and what it isn t. However, EMTs often think that a paramedic can never turn over care to an intermediate or basic EMT in the prehospital setting, and that simply isn t the case. For example, if a volunteer rescue unit responds to a patient with a sprained ankle, the paramedic on that unit may stay in the district while the basic EMTs transport the patient. This is not abandonment if the paramedic has not initiated any advanced life support care that cannot be monitored by basic EMTs. This transfer of care should be done under your EMS medical director s orders, and with protocols to cover the situation. If in doubt, contact on-line medical control. Abandonment can occur if EMTs drop a patient at the ED without giving a report or otherwise transferring care of the patient to a responsible party. It s always good form to have the nurse or physician who is taking over patient care sign the run form acknowledging the transfer of care. Simply putting the patient on the ED stretcher and walking out does not constitute an appropriate transfer of care. Another area of confusion over the concept of abandonment is when EMS responders face an unsecured scene, or when a scene deteriorates and becomes dangerous for the providers. EMTs are never required to risk their own safety. When responding to a call that involves violence, such as a shooting, stabbing or domestic violence situation, be sure that law enforcement also responds. If law enforcement is not on scene when you arrive, it s appropriate to stage close by the scene to await them. This is not patient abandonment. Should EMTs be on a scene caring for a patient, and suddenly find themselves facing a loaded gun, they should escape by any means possible, even if that means leaving the patient behind. This does not constitute patient abandonment, because the EMTs are faced with a situation that does not allow them to provide continued care. Understanding exactly what constitutes patient abandonment will go a long way toward providing both responsible care and limiting liability. Abandonment is sometimes defined as the unilateral termination of the provider/patient relationship at a time when continuing care is still needed. It is a form of negligence that involves termination of care without the patient s consent. To prove abandonment, a plaintiff must show that a patient needs care that a medical provider has entered into a relationship to provide care to that patient, and then either stops providing care or transfers care to a person of lesser training when the patient needs the higher level of training. Abandonment can also occur when the EMS system as a whole fails to respond to a patient s call for help. This can occur if dispatch refuses to send a unit, or when units from the local service are not available and no mutual aid is sought. Another way that abandonment might occur is if a responding EMS unit comes upon an accident en route to the call, or is diverted to a higher priority call by dispatch. If nothing is done for the initial caller, abandonment may occur. Appropriate use of priority dispatching systems and the development of mutual aid agreements will go a long way towards limiting liability for abandonment. Abandonment may occur in systems that do not have adequate mutual aid agreements, or priority dispatch systems, and instead stack calls in the order they come in, without regard to severity, until an EMS unit becomes available. JEMS.com Editor’s Note: Want to know more about the legalities of patient abandonment? Check out W. Ann Maggiore’s follow-up article, “Patient Abandonment Part Two.”
Babysitters, Nannies, Child Care and Senior Home Carewww.care.comFind family care with this website that will allow you to search for local caregivers for children, adults/seniors, pets and even housekeepers for your home.Or you can post a caregiver job and then let the applicants find you — guaranteed responses within three days. Access to background checks, references and reviews helps you to make hiring decisions with confidence.The site also provides helpful information such as how much to pay a baby sitter, how to interview a pet sitter and how to find a tutor or after-school activity for your student.Active-duty military families receive a 25 percent discount on any subscription.Child Care Awarewww.childcareaware.orgImproving access to affordable, quality child care is one of Child Care Aware of America’s top goals. Search the site’s “State by State Resources for Families” to connect with national organizations and associations that provide information for families regarding child development, parenting, and child care concerns and questions.Under the site’s “Child Care 101” tab you’ll find information related to locating quality child care, the types of child care available to you and how to evaluate the child care providers you visit.There’s also a special section for the military child on the website covering topics such as military fee assistance, payments and provider services.Washington State Department of Early Learning1110 Jefferson St. SEOlympia, WA 98501 360-725-4665www.del.wa.govThe Washington State Department of Early Learning helps create safe, healthy and nurturing learning experiences for children in the state. The department offers information on resources available for early childhood educators, parents and others who work with young children. The department is also responsible for licensing child care centers and family home child care providers in the state of Washington. The department’s website has Child Care Check, which offers basic information about a child care provider’s licensing history.Washington State Department of Social and Health ServicesP.O. Box 45131Olympia, WA 98504 360-902-7878www.dshs.wa.govThe Washington State Department of Social and Health Services provides a number of support services for children, adults and seniors. The department’s services aim to decrease poverty, improve safety and health, and increase success in employment and education. Available services include help with food, cash assistance, child care, addiction treatments, medical insurance for children, child support and more.Spokane County Veterans Services1101 W. College Ave.Spokane Regional Health District, Suite 401Spokane, WA 99201 509-477-3690www.spokanecounty.org/veteranVeterans Services provides counseling and emergency financial aid to honorably discharged indigent veterans and their families for rent, utilities, food, gas and limited prescription assistance. The department also provides employment resources. For more information on eligibility and available services, visit the department’s website.Spokane Department of Child and Family Services1313 N. Atlantic St., Suite 2000Spokane, WA 99201 509-363-3550https://fortress.wa.gov/dshs/f2ws03apps/caofficespub/offices/general/OfficeShow.asp?qs_City=458The department is the public child welfare agency for the state of Washington. The staff works with children and families to identify their needs and develop a plan for services that support them and assure their safety and well-being. These services are designed to reduce the risk of abuse, find safe alternatives to out-of-home placement, and assure safety and permanency for children in out-of-home care. Visit the website to get information on foster parenting, teen suicide, reporting abuse and more.
Bonk Breaker, which was recently named the official energy bar for all US Ironman events, has created an energy bar ‘bursting with gooey fig’. Bonk Breaker Fig is designed to help athletes go the distance and fuel anyone in search of a nourishing treat made from all-natural ingredients free from dairy, gluten and soy.Fig is the ninth flavour introduced by Bonk Breaker, which was named ‘Best Nutrition Product’ of 2011 by Road Bike Action magazine. Rich in fibre, figs are naturally fat-free, sodium-free and cholesterol-free. Adding power to Bonk Breaker Fig is chia seed, a ‘superfood’ regarded as one of the richest sources of Omega-3 fatty acids as well as an excellent source of calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, niacin, fibre and antioxidants.“Every Bonk Breaker flavour that we introduce has to be something special and unique,” explained Bonk Breaker founder Jason Winn. “For Bonk Breaker Fig, we’ve incorporated the flavour we all love into a great tasting gluten-free, dairy-free energy bar. Because of the incredible response we received when we launched the Bonk Breaker Apple Pie energy bar last fall, we’ve once again added super food chia seed to our ingredients for Bonk Breaker Fig.”“Fig has been a classic in the endurance sports world for as long as we can remember and even evokes childhood memories,” added Bonk Breaker co-owner Chris Frank. “With that as our inspiration, we spent the last nine months developing Bonk Breaker Fig. It’s a flavour we’ve all been eating since we were kids, and we think we’ve created the perfect balance between great taste and nutrition.”New Team Bonk Breaker sponsorshipsBonk Breaker sponsors professional and amateur athletes, and teams throughout the sporting world. The athletes use Bonk Breaker bars in competition and while training, and provide feedback that helps with new product creation and innovation.Joining the Team Bonk Breaker sponsorship roster are professional triathletes Mac Brown and Lesley Paterson. A four-time USA Triathlon All-American and a two-time Inside Triathlon All-American, Brown finished a career best third at Ironman Wisconsin last year. Competing all over the globe on the British and national Scottish triathlon teams since the age of 14, Paterson left the roads in search of fresh challenges by competing in XTERRA off-road triathlon. She won five races last year on and off the road, but none larger than her victory at the XTERRA World Championships.Paterson said, “Bonk Breaker is the premiere energy bar on the market without a shadow of a doubt. Who would have thought that a totally natural, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free bar could taste so good?”“We’re excited about adding Mac and Lesley to Team Bonk Breaker,” added company co-owner Chris Frank. “They are long-time Bonk Breaker fans and advocates, and both are sensational competitors and wonderful people.”www.bonkbreaker.com Related
April 1, 2009 Gabrielle Davis Regular News Foundation helps develop leaders Special to the News Research funded by The Florida Bar Foundation shows that young legal aid attorneys are ready and willing to step up the leadership ladder in their offices, but many feel they haven’t had adequate preparation.The Foundation is working to change that.The Foundation has allocated $100,000 and has collaborated with the Center for Legal Aid Education (CLAE) to create The Florida Leadership Development Institute, a 14-month program that teaches legal aid attorneys the fundamentals in leadership with hands-on support from mentors who are more experienced attorneys and leaders in legal aid.The Foundation-funded 2007 study on recruitment and retention in legal aid demonstrates young legal aid attorneys are “underutilized and are leaving legal aid in two or three years,” said Paul Doyle, director of the Foundation’s Legal Assistance for the Poor and Law Student Assistance grant programs.“The Leadership Development Institute is directed toward enabling young, promising advocates to be a force for leadership in the programs where they are now,” Doyle said.Through the program, Leadership Development Institute fellows and mentors develop a comprehensive set of skills essential to the exercise of leadership in a social justice context. The combination of in-person retreats and Web-based activities provides continuity and ongoing support to Leadership Institute fellows and mentors as they apply new concepts and skills to actual legal aid work and challenges.The Florida community’s 30 institute fellows and mentors are already working together to identify their leadership characteristics and apply different problem-solving techniques in their various legal aid offices.CLAE graduated a class of legal aid attorneys in an institute in New England in 2007. There is another institute in New England running concurrently with Florida’s institute.“We’re hoping to expand to the other states and create a network of emerging leaders and mentors that will have a common language and a common vision for legal services in the future,” said Zenobia Lai, senior training director with CLAE.Over the course of the program, the institute fellows will also work with their mentors and institute faculty on projects proposed by the fellows based on problems they’ve identified in their legal aid communities.The last week in February, the fellows and mentors met for the first time in Orlando.One attorney is working to get financial support for domestic violence victims so that they are able to remain independent outside their former abusive households.“When they get their injunctions to have their safety ensured, they can have the money to stay out of the relationship and hopefully end the cycle of violence,” said Kim Banister, of Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida in Daytona Beach.Another attorney is working on ways to address systemic changes to recurring problems identified through the implementation of a landlord-tenant legal hotline.Ilenia Sanchez-Bryson of Legal Services of Greater Miami, who was tasked by her agency with developing the hotline, said when she set out to build what she thought people needed, she found a recurring set of problems the clients faced that fell outside the realm of legal advice the hotline was set up to provide.“The problems are much bigger than me or my agency,” Sanchez-Bryson said.“This is a great opportunity for me to know who the powers are and to figure out who to bring together and make things happen.”And Lissette Labrousse is researching better ways for low-income Haitians to have full access to legal services.In looking over the fellows’ project ideas, many of them have what it takes to be in leadership, said Dick Bauer, CLAE senior equal justice training fellow.“The institute will teach them how to use those skills to get results,” he said.The institute will convene again in Orlando in May and September and will conclude in January 2010. Gabrielle Davis is the communications coordinator for The Florida Bar Foundation and may be reached at [email protected] or (407) 843-0045. Foundation helps develop leaders
LSI President Brett Tennar says, “Steve’s success in developing operational strategies that improves the bottom line, builds teamwork, reduces waste and ensures quality product development and distribution checks many of the boxes of what we were looking for in a COO. This, coupled with his career in the Air Force working with highly technical systems and his in-depth understanding of Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management sealed our offer. As our tagline states, our products are Powered by Science. This data driven approach is one reason why our company has grown exponentially as we employ the most advanced technology to product development. I am confident that Steve is the right person to drive operational strategy for our diverse and growing brands.” Advertisement DeMoulpied has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Dayton in Marketing and International Business. He served six years with the USAF overseeing the development of technology used on fighter aircraft and the E-3 Surveillance aircraft, finishing his career honorably as Captain. With more than 20 years of experience across multiple industries and functional areas, deMoulpied has particular expertise in organizations with complex technical products. Combined, his prior positions have required a spectrum of skills in corporate strategy, operations improvement, product quality, and revenue cycle management. He has an impressive history of utilizing data driven problem solving (Lean Six Sigma) and project management (PMP and CSM) to achieve strategic goals surrounding customer satisfaction, operational efficiency and improved profit. DeMoulpied comes to LSI from the Private Client Services practice of Ernst & Young where he managed strategy & operations improvement engagements for privately held client businesses. Some of his prior roles include VP of strategic development, director of strategic initiatives, and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at OptumHealth, UnitedHealth Group’s health services business, as well as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at General Electric, where he applied operations improvement principles to customer service, supply chain and product development. A successful entrepreneur, deMoulpied is also the founder of PrestoFresh, a Cleveland-based e-commerce food/grocery business. CARTERET, NJ — CRP Industries has appointed Daniel McSwain to the position of eastern regional sales manager, domestic aftermarket business unit. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement No stranger to the automotive aftermarket, McSwain most recently held the positions of national sales manager with Technicraft Products Inc. and United Marketing of Marion, IN, suppliers of automotive chemicals, appearance products and accessories. From 1991 through 1998, he was a regional sales manager with Snap Products, Inc., where he was responsible for the management and training of the company’s representative sales force. He is a graduate of Lenior-Rhyne College in Hickory, NC. In his new role with CRP, McSwain will be responsible for CRP’s activities in the eastern United States including direct sales management of current accounts as well as all new account acquisition efforts. He will work with CRP’s sales rep agencies managing, motivating and training their respective sales forces. For additional information about CRP, visit: crpindustries.com . _______________________________________ Click here to view the rest of today’s headlines.,Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI), manufacturer of Hot Shot’s Secret brand of performance additives and oils, recently announced the expansion of senior leadership. Steve deMoulpied joins LSI as the company’s chief operating officer (COO). AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement
FTA News:The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced Friday approximately $1.2 million in recent grant awards to eight tribal governments, including the Tesuque Pueblo, Jicarilla Apache Nation and Pueblo of Pojoaque.These awards are part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act signed by President Donald J. Trump March 27, 2020. The tribal governments receiving funds to support transit operations during the COVID-19 public health emergency are as follows:New MexicoThe Tesuque Pueblo Administration will receive $12,709 to support transit operations north of Santa Fe;The Jicarilla Apache Nation will receive $10,269 for continued transit operations in North Central New Mexico; andThe Pueblo of Pojoaque will receive $1,512 to support its transit operations in the northeast corner of the state.OklahomaThe Comanche Nation will receive $464,772 to support operating, administrative and preventive maintenance costs, including salaries, cleaning supplies and driver protection barriers to support its transit service throughout central Oklahoma.New YorkThe Seneca Nation of Indians will receive $407,650 to support its STS transit system in western New York.MontanaThe Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy Reservation will receive $126,719 to maintain transit operations in north central Montana;The Fort Belknap Indian Community will receive $107,554 to support transit operations; east of Great Falls, andThe Northern Cheyenne Tribe will receive $74,941 for preventive maintenance on transit vehicles, equipment, and facilities to support its service east of Billings.See FTA’s apportionment tables for the totals apportioned to each area. (This funding is based on the agency’s current request and may not represent the full amount the agency will receive.)“This historic $25 billion in grant funding will ensure our nation’s public transportation systems can continue to provide services to the millions of Americans who continue to depend on them,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao.“We know many of our nation’s public transportation systems are facing extraordinary challenges and these funds will go a long way to assisting our transit industry partners in battling COVID-19,” FTA Deputy Administrator K. Jane Williams said. “These federal funds will support operating assistance to transit agencies of all sizes providing essential travel and supporting transit workers across the country who are unable to work because of the public health emergency.” In addition to the CARES Act funding, FTA has issued a Safety Advisory with recommended actions for transit agencies to reduce the risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19) among transit employees and passengers. Transit agencies should follow the current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommendations for the spread of COVID-19, which include face coverings, social distancing, frequent hand washing, facility and vehicle cleaning, and other measures to the maximum extent practicable.
All Activity Golden Xtreme (KIJHL) change name… again. Golden Xtreme (KIJHL) change name… again. Sports Logo News Share this post Link to post Followers 0 1,182 heh, guess I’ll have to snag a jersey before they run out that, or make bootleg versions and sell em on ebay j/k I know the name of the place that made the crests. I’m sure they still have it programmed. But I like the way you think. Sign in to follow this Go To Topic Listing Posted July 31, 2006 Sign in to follow this Golden Xtreme (KIJHL) change name… again. 111 posts 111 posts 0 Share this post Members 0 2,192 Posted July 28, 2006 2,192 0 Members Favourite Logos:Philadelphia EaglesSeattle MarinersCubs “Cuba” scriptFremantle Dockers Discrim officeglenn Location:Ashburton Grove wurldwyde Posted August 1, 2006 11,770 posts 0 By wurldwyde, July 28, 2006 in Sports Logo News 0 Share on other sites 0 Share this post Location:Racine, WI…where I am very proud of my 0-year NFL career 2,192 is very bendy…and I need a hug Link to post Forums Home 0 0 0 officeglenn SportsLogos.Net 1,182 0 Link to post Sports Logo News Sports Logos Geez, Ken … I know the hell you went through the first time around, so I really feel for ya having them change again so soon. But I’m sure whatever they roll out won’t be half as good as what you did. Although, Golden Jets is kinda clever under the circumstances. SportsLogos.Net 1,182 Discrim Members Share on other sites wurldwyde Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites First off, here’s a little background about the logo and uniforms I did for the Golden Xtreme last season.http://boards.sportslogos.net/index.php?sh…=20985&hl=kijhlEarlier today, I found out that the team had been sold, and were going to undergo yet another name change for next season. Seeing as Bobby Hull (yes, that Bobby Hull) is part of the new ownership group, the team is being appropriately the Golden Jets (no doubt at Bobby’s request). After contacting the team president this afternoon, I found out that the team plans to go with a red/blue/white color scheme (vintage Winnipeg Jets design), and have already got a logo in place. Needless to say, I was a little disappointed that my hard work got discontinued so quickly, especially after the 3 months of back-and-forth concepts I sent, and the positive response the uniforms got from the town and the league. I just wish the previous owners had passed my info along, so that I could have come up with a new design for them.The good news is, I may still be able to maintain a working relationship with the team, since they will likely need a new website, and possibly some print media for programs and advertisements.So now that the Golden Xtreme have been laid to rest, I can take solace in the fact that one of my designs made it onto an actual team. I even have my own jersey to remember it by: Posted July 28, 2006 Victoria Concordia Crescit wurldwyde Moderators This topic is now closed to further replies. wurldwyde Sports Logos All Activity 13,464 posts Followers 0 Forums Home heh, guess I’ll have to snag a jersey before they run out that, or make bootleg versions and sell em on ebay j/k Recommended Posts Share this post
Third place Green Tree lost three points to House of the Golden Coin despite the fact that Noodle Russell bowled a 200 game and 516 series for Green Tree. Pao led Golden Coin with a 504 series.Fourth place Café Kronborg, who were missing their Captain Kran Nielsen, lost all four points to Bavaria as no bowlers managed to top the 500 series mark.Canada got back on the winning track with a four point win over the USMC team. Bowlers had trouble with lanes 5 and 6 which is not unusual.Ooy Pluemkamon found how to lead her Jack Tar team to victory by bowling games of 207, 203 and 190 for a 600 series. Jack Tar won all four points from Sabai Friday who also were missing their best bowler, Captain Nok Kennedy.There will be no bowling this week as bowlers get ready for the New Year. All of us bowlers want to wish everyone a very “Happy New Year”. VFW Post 9876 clinched the first place trophy last week so now three teams are fighting for second and third places, although you couldn’t tell by this week’s results as all three contending teams lost. Second place Brother D lost three points to VFW Post 9876 who got good bowling from David Shaw who had a 521 series and Somrak who had a 202 game and 509.200 Bowlers: Noodle, Ooy & Somrak.
The weekend begins Friday from 3-9 p.m. with Interpretive and Free Skate Events.Saturday, competition runs all day with the finale of Dance Solo Events set for Sunday from 8-11:35 a.m. The region’s best young figure skaters will take to the ice this weekend at the NDCC Arena for the West Kootenay Invitational Figure Skating Compeition.Hosted by the Nelson Figure Skating Club (NFSC), the three-day event showcases skaters from across a range of categories from Elements to Pairs to the crowd-pleasing Interpretive programs.