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Sorrento and Conkwest Announce Exclusive Global Collaboration
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https://plus.google.com/115622382531229132054 The Nigerian Voice : Mozambique Targets Miners Returning from South Africa for HIV, TB Tests http://ow.ly/2Skkoa
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Mozambique Targets Miners Returning from South Africa for HIV, TB Tests
GENEVA, Switzerland, December 19, 2014/African Press Organization APO/ -- As thousands of Mozambican migrant workers return from South Africa for th
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Life expectancy increased by roughly 5.8 years in men and 6.6 years in women worldwide between 1990 and 2013. The increase is related to health care and medical science improvement, including advances in the treatment and prevention of cancer, tuberculosis, HIV and malaria, ase well as other major ailments.
Global Life Expectancy Up by 6 Years since 1990, Study Shows - Technology Org
It has been known for some time that advances in the treatment and prevention of cancer, tuberculosis, HIV,
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Endemic KS, which has two types. Although this may be present worldwide, it has been originally described later in young African people, mainly from sub-Saharan Africa. This variant is not related to HIV infection and is a more aggressive disease that infiltrates the skin extensively. 
'African lymphadenopathic Kaposi sarcoma is aggressive, occurring in children under 10 years of age, presenting with lymph node involvement, with or without skin lesions.  These lesions are not related to HIV infection. 
African cutaneous Kaposi sarcoma presents with nodular, infiltrative, vascular masses on the extremities, mostly in men between the ages of 20 and 50, and is endemic in tropical Africa. These lesions are not related to HIV infection. 
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Cryosurgery (cryotherapy) is the use of extreme cold in surgery to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue. The term comes from the Greek words cryo (κρύο) ("icy cold") and surgery (cheirourgiki – χειρουργική) meaning "hand work" or "handiwork". Cryosurgery has been historically used to treat a ...
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•  HIV/Aids Awareness & Counselling with    Adherence
•  Safety Officers Course
•  Health & Safety
•  First Aid Level 1
•  Fire Safety & Prevention
•  Risk Assessment Training
•  Power Tool Safety
•  Forklift Training
•  Overhead Crane Training
•  Truck Mounted Crane Training
•  Heavy Cranes (Mobile Cranes)Training
•  Basic Rigging
•  Working at Heights
•  Developing a Fall Protection Plan
•  Scaffold Erection & Inspection
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HEALTH AND SAFETY COURSE ( SHE REP)
Main Causes Of Accidents
Some of the main causes of accidents in the workplace that result in injuries, fatalities (Death), or heath hazards are as follows.
• Contact with moving machinery (Hands in the mixer while it is in operation)
• Contact with stationary objects (Good or machinery placed in the working are where workers can bump or trip over resulting in falling or injuring themselves)
• Vehicles (Run over by a car or delivery truck, Forklift, or any vehicle that is used in the workplace)
• Falling objects (Goods stacked on top of places were it can fall of and injure workers)
• Sharp point (Knives, forks and any other sharp objects that can result in cutting or penetrating the body parts of the worker)
• Hard surfaces (Floors, walls machinery that can cause injury by slipping, bumping or falling on)
• Contact with hazardous substances (getting drain cleaner in the eyes or on the skin which is corrosive and can cause blindness, or irritation of the skin)
• Extreme temperatures (Improper ventilation will cause drowsiness and poor performance of the worker and the will lead to injuries)
• Physical exertion (Carrying out tasks, such as lifting or moving objects that are heavy for long periods of time
Basic Causes Of Accidents
Personal Factors
Lack Of Knowledge/Skill, By The Worker.
In short this means that the worker was not trained to do his/her job properly and safely.
Improper Motivation.
The worker is not interested in his/her job.
Physical And Mental Problems.
The worker is not fit to do the job properly or he /she is not capable of doing the job safely. It cannot be expected for a code 14 drivers to perform a brain operation on a patient. The person working in a wood and coal business should be a person who is able to pick up heavy objects and therefore should be a strong person.
Attitudes.
The attitudes of people often relate to the following:
• Home influence
• Education and training
• Job experience
• Personal habits
• Mentally and physically unsuited to do the job
• Work problems and grievances
Job Factors
The following will also contribute to accidents:
• Inadequate work standards (no safe working procedures)
• Inadequate design (equipment that is not properly designed to do the job
• Normal wear and tear (no proper and regular inspection on equipment
• Abnormal usage (substantial equipment that is used, like household equipment used for industrial purpose)
Main Causes Of Accidents
Some of the main causes of accidents in the workplace that result in injuries, fatalities (Death), or heath hazards are as follows.
• Contact with moving machinery (Hands in the mixer while it is in operation)
• Contact with stationary objects (Good or machinery placed in the working are where workers can bump or trip over resulting in falling or injuring themselves)
• Vehicles (Run over by a car or delivery truck, Forklift, or any vehicle that is used in the workplace)
• Falling objects (Goods stacked on top of places were it can fall of and injure workers)
• Sharp point (Knives, forks and any other sharp objects that can result in cutting or penetrating the body parts of the worker)
• Hard surfaces (Floors, walls machinery that can cause injury by slipping, bumping or falling on)
• Contact with hazardous substances (getting drain cleaner in the eyes or on the skin which is corrosive and can cause blindness, or irritation of the skin)
• Extreme temperatures (Improper ventilation will cause drowsiness and poor performance of the worker and the will lead to injuries)
• Physical exertion (Carrying out tasks, such as lifting or moving objects that are heavy for long periods of time)
We are available to come to your business to train your employees in Health and Safety, First Aid, Fire Safety, Forklift Driving, Mobile/Overhead/Truck-Mounted Cranes, Working at Heights, Scaffolding, Rigging, Power tools Safety, Project management and Customer Services. We are fully accredited with TETA and registered with HWSETA and SSETA and registered with The Department of Labour.
Our courses are mainly one day workshops held at your company and they are conducted by experienced and qualified Assessors. Each employee trained is issued with a certificate of competency and also a Drivers permit in the case of Forklifts and Cranes.
Our courses are fun and informative and no learner ever feels intimidated at any time due to second language impediments. We cater for all intellectual levels from standard employees to Managers and for isiZulu speaking employees. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is also taken into account and courses can be shortened accordingly.
A speciality of our service is to Tailor-make specific courses for your company: many combinations exist in the form of First Aid with Health and Safety or First Aid with Fire Safety, or Overhead Cranes with Rigging. Many of our satisfied clients include: Metso-Sappi, Pioneer feeds, Premier Feeds, Pick n Pay, Design Engineering, ENGEN and many more. We pride ourselves in competitive prices and excellent service. All of our clients form meaningful long term Customer Relationships with us over the years.
WE ASSIST YOU WITH COMPANY POLICIES & PROCEDURES
THE COMPANY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY OF ITS EMPLOYEES
Are visitors to your office aware of your health and safety policy? Are they aware of certain hazards in your workplace? Do you have indemnity notices up?
If a visitor gets injured while at your office, you, the employer are liable for their health and safety.
If an accident occurs in your workplace, and the person dies, you could be charged with culpable homicide, charged penalties of R100 000 or face a jail sentence.
The CEO or owner of a company is accountable for health and safety at work. You would have to prove the following three things to establish your innocence:
1. 1The injured person acted without your permission or connivance. This included tacit permission (You saw him/her do something unsafe but did not stop him/her);
2. The injured person did something beyond the scope of his authority, i.e. operating machinery and plant he/she isn't authorised to operate; and
3. You took all reasonable steps to prevent the accident (signage, training, provision of preventative measures)
How do you prove each of the above points? What documents should you keep to prove your innocence?
Having an indemnity notice displayed, is not sufficient for liabilities in the workplace if the working environment is unsafe and a visitor gets injured or dies. If a person, other than an employee, is injured, dies or becomes ill as a result of being on your premises, the company is liable for all medical expenses. The visitor also has the right to make a civil claim against the company. In the event of a fatality, the charge is culpable homicide.
WHAT MUST COMPANIES CONSIDER?
• Legal duties of the employer;
• Who bears responsibility for all people who visit your office?
• CEO charged with certain duties – legal appointments;
• How to ensure that all employees are made aware of their
   workplaceH&S responsibilities;
• Health and safety reps: responsibilities and duties;
• Duties of manufacturers and suppliers;
• Employees responsibilities/Rights of the workers; and
• Unions role in health and safety.
As an employer, by law you have to maintain a safe and healthy working environment.
This includes:
Identifing hazards. When was the last time you checked what disinfecting agents and cleaning materials your company was using? You need to comply with the Hazardous Chemical Regulations. There are over 1 500 items you must evaluate in your workplace, according to the OHSA, and hundreds more from SABS 0400: National Building regulations.
Removing hazards. Which hazards must be removed and which ones can stay unchanged?
Reducing hazards that can’t be removed. The easiest way to handle this is to have written policies and procedures written policies and procedures to comply with occupational health and safety legislation, help with induction training, performance management and with your obligation to inform all employees of hazards.
Managing  hazards. You must regularly review your policies and procedures. Are your employees able to protect themselves from hazards? Are they complying with safety procedures? Are you doing regular inspections? If you employ more than 20 people, you must have a safety representative and SHE committees. You need, including nomination forms, voting letters, nomination lists, reporting flowcharts, agendas for health and safety meetings, minutes, legal requirements, methods of voting and more.
Make sure you keep records. This could be the only defence you have against an inspection by the Department of Labour. Use checklists to ensure you are keeping records for everything required by law. Make sure that you are keeping records for long enough and in the correct format
FIRST AID TRAINING COURSE
■ Course Introduction
■ Definition of First Aid
■ History of First Aid
■ Anaphylaxis
■ Fractures
■ Burns
■ Responding to an emergency
■ cardiac arrest
■ Registers & checklists
■ CPR
■ Choking
■ Myocardial Infarction(Heart Attack)
■ Low and High blood sugar(Diabetes)
■ Poisoning
■ Seizures
■ snakebite
■ wounds and wound care
■ Dislocations
■ Bandaging techniques
FIRST AID TRAINING
If your company employs five or more employees, it must meet the minimum first aid requirements. First aid is crucial. It can mean the difference between a minor injury and a costly disabling injury or even death. You must take all reasonable steps to ensure employees receive prompt first aid.
To do this, you need to ensure you have employees properly trained in first aid on your premises.
How to train your first aiders
(General Safety Regulation 3.4)
Only use a certified company to train your first aiders. This company must be accredited by the Department of Labour. Verify this by finding the training company’s Chief Inspector (CI) number on its certificate.
There are many training companies spread throughout South Africa. These include:
1.       St. John’s Ambulance.
2.       SA Red Cross.
3.       Any other company accredited by the Department of Labour.
Training certificates are valid for three years. Therefore, ensure you retrain your first aiders before their certificates expire. There are three levels of first aid training (level one, two and three). The law doesn’t require any specific level of training. However, level one is generally the most common training course used by employers
HEART ATTACK
What should you do if someone has a heart attack?
A heart attack will cause severe chest pains behind the breast bone, often radiating towards the left arm.
If someone has a cardiac arrest or heart attack, there may be only a few minutes to act before it is too late. It is vital to know what to do beforehand.
To perform CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and artificial respiration (mouth-to-mouth resuscitation) effectively, training and frequent practice on resuscitation dummies are essential.
How can you tell if someone is having a heart attack?
If the person is unconscious and breathing:
• Look at the patient's chest to see if it is rising and falling. If they are breathing, place them in the recovery position, and then call for help from the emergency services.
If the person is unconscious and not breathing:
• If they're not breathing, they are in respiratory arrest and the current advice states that in this situation, they are also likely to be in cardiac arrest (cardiac arrest is a condition where the heart has stopped beating effectively).
• It's best to treat them as if they are in cardiac arrest, rather than waste valuable time looking for a pulse. The latest guidelines suggest that lay persons should not try to find a pulse. Instead, CPR should begin immediately on anyone who is unresponsive and not breathing normally since even a delay of just a minute or two spend looking for a pulse can have a very substantial detrimental effect on the outcome.
• If the patient is not breathing, call for help immediately, stating that the casualty is not breathing. You should also provide resuscitation (see below) until the patient begins to breathe or the paramedics arrive.
If there is no breathing, the patient is in cardiac arrest.
What help is needed?
• Immediately place the palm of your hand flat on the patient's chest just over the lower part of the sternum (breast bone) and press your hand in a pumping motion once or twice by using the other hand. This may make the heart beat again.
If these actions do not restore a pulse or if the subject doesn't begin to breathe again:
• call for help, stating that the casualty is having a cardiac arrest but stay with the patient
• find out if any one else present knows CPR. Clearly, use their help if it is available
• begin CPR immediately (see below)
• provide immediate cardiac massage (‘pumping the chest’, see below), and then artificial respiration.
How do I perform CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)?
The aims of cardiopulmonary resuscitation are twofold.
1. Firstly, to artificially pump blood out of the heart and round the body – this is provided by the chest compressions
2. And secondly, to artificially blow oxygen into the lungs – this is done by artificial respiration.
CPR is the combination of both chest compressions, to support the heart, and artificial respiration, to support the lungs.
The recommended guidelines are that CPR should begin with 30 compressions and then two rescue breaths and then continued at 30 compressions to two breaths
• Immediately place the palm of your hand flat on the patient's chest just over the lower part of the sternum (breast bone) and press your hand in a pumping motion once or twice by using the other hand. This may make the heart beat again.
If these actions do not restore a pulse or if the subject doesn't begin to breathe again:
• call for help, stating that the casualty is having a cardiac arrest but stay with the patient
• find out if any one else present knows CPR. Clearly, use their help if it is available
• begin CPR immediately (see below)
• provide immediate cardiac massage (‘pumping the chest’, see below), and then artificial respiration.
How do I perform CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)?
The aims of cardiopulmonary resuscitation are twofold.
1. Firstly, to artificially pump blood out of the heart and round the body – this is provided by the chest compressions
2. And secondly, to artificially blow oxygen into the lungs – this is done by artificial respiration.
CPR is the combination of both chest compressions, to support the heart, and artificial respiration, to support the lungs.
The recommended guidelines are that CPR should begin with 30 compressions and then two rescue breaths and then continued at 30 compressions to two breaths.
Scaffolding erection and inspection course
■ Basic Scaffolding Operations
■ Kwik Stage
■ H-Frame
■ Staircase
■ Basic Scaffolding Equipment
■ Erect Pre-Fab Scaffolding Equipment
■ Inspect Pre-Fab Scaffolding Equipment
■ Alter and Repair Pre-Fab Scaffolding Equipment
■ Dismantle Pre-Fab Scaffolding Equipment
■ Erect Cantilevered Hoist
■ Inspect Cantilevered Hoists
■ Alter, Repair and Dismantle Cantilevered Hoists
■ Scaffold accidents
■ General scaffold components
■ Platforms
■ Platform loading
■ Platform Overhangs
■ Planks
■ Fabricated Wooden or Metal Decks
■ Mud Sills
■ Screw Jacks
■ Side Brackets
■ Truss Bearers
■ Ties
■ Welded frame scaffolds
■ Mobile Scaffolds
■ Swing stage Scaffolds
■ Guard Rails
■ Fall Protection and Access
Working at heights safety
■ Course Introduction
■ Duties of employees working at Heights
■ Penalties for not following procedures
■ Types of working at Heights
■ Working on Ladders and Ladder safety
■ Working on Scaffholding
■ Responding to an emergency
■ Who erects scaffholding?
■ Registers & checklists
■ Reporting the findings
■ Safety rules when working at Heights
■ Harnesses and Lanyards
■ Fall Arrest Systems
■ Equipment used when Working at Heights
■ Risks Hazards and Outcomes
■ Rescue Techniques
Fire safety course
■ Course Introduction
■ Chemistry of fire
■ Theory of fire prevention
■ Theory of fire protection
■ Theory of fire fighting
■ Theory of emergency planning
■ Responding to an emergency
■ Fire inspections
■ Registers & checklists
■ Reporting the findings
Fire safety refers to precautions that are taken to prevent or reduce the likelihood of a fire that may result in death, injury, or property damage, alert those in a structure to the presence of an uncontrolled fire in the event one occurs, better enable those threatened by a fire to survive, or to reduce the damage caused by a fire. Fire safety measures include those that are planned during the construction of a building or implemented in structures that are already standing, and those that are taught to occupants of the building.
Threats to fire safety are referred to as fire hazards. A fire hazard may include a situation that increases the likelihood a fire may start or may impede escape in the event a fire occurs.
• Fire safety is often a component of building safety. Those who inspect buildings for violations of the Fire Code and go into schools to educate children on Fire Safety topics are fire department members known as fire prevention officers. The Chief Fire Prevention Officer or Chief of Fire Prevention will normally train newcomers to the Fire Prevention Division and may also conduct inspections or make presentations.
Fire protection
Types of fire protection:
1. Passive fire protection  • 2) Active fire protection
Types of Fire suppression:
1) Fire extinguisher  • 2) Fire sand bucket  •3) Fire sprinkler  •4) Gaseous fire suppression  
5) Fire blanket
Fire Detection Methods:
1. Heat detector  •2) Smoke detector
Methods of fire Notification:
1. Fire alarm system  •2) Control panel  •3) Pull station/call point  • 4) Fire alarm call box  • 5) Notification appliance  •6) Smoke detector 
Fire drills:
These should be conducted quarterly.
Do your employees know what to do in an emergency?
• The law states that dialling 10111 is not enough.
• Here’s access to a system that’ll ensure your company is 100% compliant with the OHSA!
• The fire alarm goes off because someone accidently left a multi-plug on. A fire started on the second floor of your building and your employees are in a panic.
• Are you confident that your employees know exactly what to do in an emergency?
• Have you practiced an emergency drill a few times?
• Is the list of emergency numbers written on a notice board?
• Unfortunately, your efforts may not be enough when it comes to OHSA compliance. Fire safety compliance is only one of the five areas that the OHSA requires you to comply with. The act says you are legally obliged to:
• •    Develop and implement emergency preparedness and response plans
•    Maintain a safe working environment
•    Provide a first aid box and trained first aiders
•    Appoint a health and safety representative in writing
•    Identify hazards and asses risks.
Power tools safety course.
■ Guards
■ Safety checklists
■ Emergency Procedures
■ Lock-Out
■ PPE
■ Operating Controls and Switches
■ Electric Tools
■ Portable Abrasive Wheel Tools
■ Pneumatic Tools
■ Liquid Fuel Tools
■ Powder-Actuated Tools
■ Hydraulic Power Tools
■ Reporting Incidents
■ Emergency Care
■ OHS regulations
• Always read, understand and follow the Instruction Manual before attempting to use any power tool in any way. Also read the nameplate information and follow the warning labels on the tool itself.
• Always wear safety goggles or safety glasses with side shields. Use a dust mask for dusty operations, and wear hearing protection if you’ll be using the tool for an extended period of time.
• Dress right, and remember that looks don’t count. No loose-fitting clothing, no neckties, no jewellery, no dangling objects of any kind. Long hair must be tied back out of your way. Non-slip footwear is recommended.
• Never use power tools if you are tired, sick, distracted, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• Make sure your work area is neat and clean and free of any debris that might get in your way or be ignited by hot tools, chips or sparks.
• Make sure your work area has plenty of bright, shadow-free light.
• Before you plug in any power tool, make sure the power switch is off.
• Be sure all appropriate guards are in place and working.
• Always turn off and unplug the tool before you make any adjustments or change accessories.
• Never use any accessory except those specifically supplied or recommended by the manufacturer. They should be described in the tool’s Instruction Manual.
• Never use power tools in wet or damp conditions.
• Never use a tool that is damaged or malfunctioning in any way.
• Need an extension cord? Make sure it’s a heavy duty cord and don’t use indoor rated cords outside.
• If the tool has a three-pronged plug, make sure you use a three-pronged extension cord plugged into a three-pronged outlet.
• Make sure cutters or blades are clean, sharp and securely in place. Never use bent, broken, or warped blades or cutters.
• Never overreach when using a power tool. Stay firmly planted on both feet.
• Never rush what you are doing. Always pay close attention. Don’t let anything distract you. Think ahead!
• When using hand-held power tools, always keep a firm grip with both hands. Losing control creates a hazardous situation. Do not use any tool that is too heavy for you to easily control.
• Always use the right tool for the right job. No substitutions allowed!
• Always unplug, clean and store the tool in a safe, dry place when you are finished using it.
BASIC RIGGING TRAINING
■ Compliance with Safety
■ Classes of Hoist Operators
■ Classes of Rigger Training
■ Weight
■ Centre of Gravity
■ Path of travel
■ Load Capacity
■ Hardware
■ Slings
■ Prep Activities
■ Rated vrs Non-Rated Rigging
■ Synthetic Slings
■ Basic Hitch Styles
■ Using a Choker Hitch
■ Using a Basket Hitch
■ Swivels, Eye Bolts and Shackles
■ Thread Projection
■ Hooks and Hook Loads
■ Latches
■ Rigging Mathematics
■ Sling Tension
■ Hand Signals
An overhead crane, featuring runways, bridge, and hoist in a traditional industrial environment.
An overhead crane, commonly called a bridge crane, is a type of crane found in industrial environments. An overhead crane consists of parallel runways with a travelling bridge spanning the gap. A hoist, the lifting component of a crane, travels along the bridge. overhead cranes are typically used for either manufacturing or maintenance applications, where efficiency or downtimes are critical factors.
OVERHEAD CRANE TRAINING
COURSE BREAKDOWN
■ Types of Cranes
■ Parts and Functions
■ Safety Guide
■ Daily Checks and Logbooks
■ Prnciples of Operation
■ Mechanical Appreciation
■ Load Capacities and Charts
■ Rigging Principles
■ Signals
■ Practical Operation
Training of all operators will include the following:
• Capacities of equipment and attachments.
• Purpose, use and limitation of controls.
• How to make daily checks.
• The energizing sequences, including pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical sequences.
• Start-up and shutdown procedures.
• Emergency shutdown procedures.
• General operating procedures.
• All basic signalling procedures, including hand, radio, or telephone signals, where required.
• Overhead and Gantry Cranes, and other applicable standards.
• Practice in operating the assigned equipment through the mechanical functions necessary to perform the required task.
• Maximum rated capacity of the crane.
Training of all riggers will include the following:
• Maximum capacity of the crane.
• Rigging procedures.
• Company rules and regulations.
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Details on what got Alan Gross imprisoned in Cuba and to cause the head of USAID to resign. Our tax dollars at work.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/aug/04/usaid-latin-americans-cuba-rebellion-hiv-workshops

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/10/senate-committee-cuban-twitter-usaid-zunzuneo

"Shah defended USAid’s communications infiltration activities as a “core part of what USAid has done for some time and continues to do,” in Cuba “and in many other parts of the world.” The agency has an annual budget of $15-20m to spend on “democracy programs” in Cuba."
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/08/obama-alan-gross-zunzuneo-cuba-twitter-usaid

#Cuba #AlanGross #USAID #Budget
USAID programme used young Latin Americans to incite Cuba rebellion
Following embarrassing ‘Cuban Twitter' revelations, in one case a HIV workshop was the ‘perfect excuse’ for political goals
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