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January 1, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgGovernor Peter Shumlin on Wednesday will take part in the Agency of Transportation’s ‘Safety Day’ events, which include a golf cart texting course, a vehicle rollover crash display, and more. Date: May 18, 2011Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.Location: The National Life campus; Montpelier The day will be filled with safety demonstrations, exhibits, information and presentations, reminding employees and the public that safety is integral VTrans’ mission, and also the responsibility of every individual to be informed and to stay ‘focused of safety.’  Initiated by Vtrans employees, and working in partnership with partner Agencies from the Governor’s Highway Safety program to Department of Public Safety, the day will feature demonstrations throughout the National Life campus, as well as activities to education and inform, including: Golf Cart Texting Course:  On the top deck of the parking garage (the end nearest the building) will be an obstacle course set up for drivers to navigate utilizing a golf cart.  Drivers will navigate the course both with, and without, trying to text a predetermined message on their cell phone.  This course has been successfully used throughout the state in recent years and is intended to demonstrate the dangers associated with texting while driving.  The course will be available all day, but is weather dependant. Driving Simulator:  The VT Police Academy will be providing the driving simulator used by the academy to train law enforcement officials in various types of real life driving scenarios.  The simulator is housed in a trailer which will be available for you to participate in (or just observe) on the top deck of the garage. Rollover Display:  The Rollover is a real life simulation of a vehicle in a rollover crash.  It is a reminder of the tragic outcome that is often realized when a passenger in an automobile is unbuckled during a crash.  Members of the law enforcement community will be with us throughout the day to provide this demonstration.  The demonstration will be located on the top deck of the parking garage, and is weather dependant. Car Seat Safety Check:  We are pleased that several child car seat specialists will be joining us to inspect child car seats and their installation.  There will be a table with information set up in the North Lobby and the safety seat checks will take place on the top deck of the parking garage (the end farthest from the building).  The inspections will be on a first come first serve basis and it will be a ‘drive through’ model.  Simply drive up and park at the inspection station.  There will be enough space to accommodate 2 or 3 cars at a time. Motorcycle Safety:  The Department of Motor Vehicles will be here to discuss the ins and outs of motorcycle safety.  Their exhibit will be located on the top deck of the parking garage, and will be staffed throughout the day.  If the weather turns bad, this exhibit will be moved to the 4th floor of the parking garage. Fire Extinguisher Training:  The OPS Safety Section will be using a fire extinguisher simulator to offer training on how to use a fire extinguisher.  This training will benefit you in your home or in the office environment.  This training will be offered throughout the day on a first come first serve basis, and will be located on the top deck of the parking garage.  If the weather turns bad, this training will move to the 4th floor of the parking garage. Poisonous Plants:  The OPS Environmental Section will have an exhibit on the top deck of the parking garage to show and discuss different types of poisonous plants that you many encounter when working in the field.  They will be available to answer questions and offer advice.  If the weather turns bad, this exhibit will move to the 4th floor of the parking garage. Each year nearly 80 people are killed and several hundred people are severely injured in thousands of highway crashes throughout the state.  These crashes can be avoided.  Poor choices on the highway are the leading cause of crashes.last_img read more

December 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe Department of Justice (DOJ) announced this week that the U.S., in conjunction with international law enforcement authorities, disrupted a series of business email compromise (BEC) schemes that were designed to intercept and hijack wire transfers from businesses and individuals.As a result of “Operation reWired,” $3.7 million was seized and 281 arrests were made.“The Department of Justice has increased efforts in taking aggressive enforcement action against fraudsters who are targeting American citizens and their businesses in business email compromise schemes and other cyber-enabled financial crimes,” said Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in a statement.“Through Operation reWired, we’re sending a clear message to the criminals who orchestrate these BEC schemes: We’ll keep coming after you, no matter where you are,” added FBI Director Christopher A. Wray.  “And to the public, we’ll keep doing whatever we can to protect you.  Reporting incidents of BEC and other internet-enabled crimes to the IC3 brings us one step closer to the perpetrators.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

October 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgBanten authorities will relax some restrictions during this extension of PSBB, particularly on activities with a low risk of virus transmission.South Tangerang deputy mayor Benyamin Davine said the administration had decided to extend PSBB because many residents were still not complying with health protocols that would prevent the further spread of COVID-19. He said South Tangerang would only prepare for a “new normal” period – a phrase used to describe Indonesia’s post-pandemic easing of restrictions – if 90 percent of the area’s residents were complying with health protocols.Read also: Jakarta, Bali prepare to welcome conventions despite rising COVID-19 cases The Banten administration has decided to extend COVID-19 mobility restrictions in Greater Tangerang for the sixth time, until July 26.Banten Governor Wahidin Halim announced the decision following a discussion of the efficacy of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) with local leaders in Tangerang regency, Tangerang city and South Tangerang.”We need more time for residents to fully adapt to new habits [that comply with health protocols],” Wahidin said on Monday. “However, we’ve made some exceptions, such as reopening places of worship as long as they adhere to the required health protocols,” Benyamin added.Despite the relaxation of some restrictions, governor Wahidin reminded residents to adhere to PSBB restrictions.”We don’t want the relaxations to cause residents to think that the situation has returned to normal and that they can behave like they did before the pandemic,” he said.As of Monday, Banten had recorded a total of 1,593 COVID-19 infections, with 81 fatalities and 1,090 recoveries.The province has seen a decrease in new COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks, Banten COVID-19 task force head Ati Pramudji Hastuti said.”Banten has also recorded fewer ODP and PDP [suspected cases] and COVID-19 patients being treated at hospitals. We also have higher recovery and testing rates,” Ati said, as quoted by tempo.co. (nal)Topics :last_img read more

September 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgFINA president Julio C. Maglione says swimming organizers have worked closely with the United Arab Emirates’ authorities and “we believe this is the most suitable solution for all those taking part in this competition.”A general congress to elect the FINA Bureau for the years 2021-25 will be staged in Doha, Qatar, on June 5, 2021. The new members of the bureau will start their terms immediately after the Tokyo Olympics in 2021.The short course world championships are held in a 25-meter pool. The FINA world championships and the Olympics are staged in 50-meter pools.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Hall of Fame president John Hendrickson says the museum believes it’s “in the best interests of everyone involved and for the integrity of the event to postpone the ceremony for a year.”The Hall of Fame ceremony was scheduled for Friday, Aug. 7, in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. This year’s class includes trainer Mark Casse, jockey Darrel McHargue, horses Wise Dan and Tom Bowling, and Pillars of the Turf Alice Headley Chandler, Keene Daingerfield, Jr., and George D. Widener, Jr. They will be inducted with the class of 2021.The 44th Annual Museum Ball scheduled for Aug. 14 also was canceled. It’s traditionally one of the highlights of the Saratoga summer social season.___German soccer club Dynamo Dresden has reported another case of coronavirus. The already quarantined second-division club has now had four players test positive. Dresden is scheduled to resume play on May 31 against Stuttgart.___Manchester United says it believes it will miss out on $24 million because the Premier League will have to make refunds to broadcasters even if the pandemic-disrupted season is completed.The league is in talks with its rights holders about rebates because of delays and changes to the broadcasting schedule. The season was suspended in March.Empty stadiums will also change the TV product. Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in has canceled its induction ceremony in August because of health and safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. May 21, 2020 The Latest: Racing museum cancels Hall of Fame induction The rebates will vary based on the final position in the standings and the number of games aired live. United is in fifth place with nine games remaining.The Premier League hasn’t provided details of the broadcasting rebate.___The governing body of swimming has postponed the short course world championships for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.FINA says the championships scheduled for December in Abu Dhabi will now be staged Dec. 13-18, 2021, in the United Arab Emirates because of the “the uncertainty related with the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide.” Dresden says on its website that the latest positive result was found in a fifth wave of tests conducted on Wednesday. It adds that another “category one” close contact of its coaching staff has also tested positive for COVID-19.The player, staff member and staff member’s contact person must now go into quarantine at home for 14 days.Dresden’s entire team was ordered by local health authorities into 14 days of quarantine on May 9 after two players tested positive.The club says that all players who tested positive before were cleared in the fourth and fifth wave of tests and that they and the rest of the team will be able to resume training on Saturday.Dresden was scheduled to play at Hannover last Sunday but couldn’t participate because of the quarantine order. That game was rescheduled for June 3.last_img read more