Peragaan Alat Keselamatan Penerbangan, Masih Efektifkah?

first_imgDari pengamatan yang dilakukan, penggunaan video ini membuat kinerja kru kabin lebih efisien. Dimana, kru kabin bisa memberikan dan memiliki waktu yang lebih untuk melayani penumpang.Pelayanan yang biasanya dilakukan adalah kru kabin bisa membereskan barang-barang yang belum tersusun rapi di kabin, memberikan permen, makanan, minuman, handuk hingga selimut untuk para penumpang. Tetapi hal ini hanya bisa diberikan pada maskapai dengan layanan penuh dan video yang diputar biasanya sudah menjelaskan secara detail tentang peragaan keselamatan dalam penerbangan.Namun, untuk maskapai dengan biaya penerbangan murah, video tak bisa ditampilkan karena tidak ada layar monitor untuk menampilkannya. Sehingga para kru kabin haruslah memperagakan tentang keselamatan penerbangan secara detil dan membuat kru kabin menjadi kurang efisien dalam pelayanan kepada penumpang.Sayangnya, banyak penumpang yang tidak menyimak dengan baik pergaan keselamatan penerbangan. Kalaupun ada, mereka hanya memperhatikan kru kabin yang cantik atau tampan, bukan cara peragaannya. Tetapi, bila penumpang masih belum mengerti dengan penggunaan alat keselamatan penerbangan, waktu pramugari bisa lebih mudah untuk menjelaskan perlahan.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedBocah 8 tahun, Fasih Peragakan Alat Keselamatan di Dalam Kabin04/12/2018In “Destinasi Udara”ICAO: Aspek Keamanan Membaik, Indonesia Naik Ke Peringkat 55 Untuk Keselamatan Penerbangan08/12/2017In “Analisa Angkutan”Meski Membosankan, Demo Keselamatan Penerbangan Jangan Dilupakan!03/07/2018In “Domestik” Demo keselamatan penerbangan atau safety briefing selalu ada di dalam setiap penerbangan penumpang komersial. Biasanya, peragaan alat keselamatan diperagakan oleh kru kabin yakni pramugari ataupun pramugara yang bertugas pada penerbangan di sepanjang lorong pesawat. Metode ini di Indonesia masih terus di praktekan oleh beberapa maskapai di Indonesia khususnya yang low cost carrier (LCC) atau penerbangan dengan biaya murah.Berdasarkan regulasi, peragaan keselamatan penerbangan diharuskan pada penerbangan komersial. Karena keselamatan adalah hal terpenting dalam dunia penerbangan dan tidak ada toleransi ataupun kompromi dan tertuang dalam Undang-Undang No. 15/1992. Selain itu ini adalah program pemerintah Program Nasional Keamanan Penerbangan Sipil (National Civil Aviation Security Programme) peragaan keselamatan di pesawat saat ini efektif? Bila ditelisik lebih lanjut, saat ini beberapa maskapai besar seperti Garuda Indoensia, Qatar, Singapore Airlines dan lainnya sudah mengganti metode peragaan keselamatan secara manual dengan video menarik yang ditampilkan melalui monitor yang ada dihadapan para penumpang.last_img read more

Pensacola Beach to host GSC Hall of Fame Ceremony and Annual Awards Banquet

first_img Share Pensacola Beach to host GSC Hall of Fame Ceremony and Annual Awards Banquet The GSC Hall of Fame Ceremony and Annual Awards Banquet will be video streamed live free of charge center_img   PENSACOLA, Fla. – The Gulf South Conference is set to induct its inaugural Hall of Fame class on Wednesday, June 25, and will also hold its annual awards ceremony, on Thursday, June 26, in Pensacola, Fla., at the Hilton Pensacola Beach Gulf Front Resort. Both events will feature a live video stream.GSC Hall of Fame CeremonyWednesday, June 25 – 6:30 p.m. CTGSC Annual Awards CeremonyThursday, June 26 – 5:30 p.m. CT*Both events will be held at the Hilton Pensacola Beach Gulf Front ResortGSC Hall of Fame CeremonyFormer University of West Florida athletic director Richard Berg was selected to the inaugural Gulf South Conference Hall of Fame class, and will be formally inducted on Wednesday, June 25 at the GSC Hall of Fame Ceremony.A reception for the Hall of Fame Ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m. CT followed by the ceremony at 7 p.m. Tickets for the general public are available at the door, the cost for admission is $20 per person and includes hors d’oeuvres and drinks prior to the ceremony.GSC Annual Awards CeremonyUWF senior Renea Porsch and junior Gary Buffington III are in the running for the GSC’s most prestigious honor, the Commissioner’s Trophy, after being named to the Gulf South Conference “Top Ten.” The two will be in attendance for the GSC Annual Awards Ceremony on Thursday, June 26.The reception for the GSC Annual Awards Ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. CT followed by the ceremony at 6:15 p.m. CT. The night will see many accomplishments recognized, including the 2014 GSC All-Sports Trophies, 2014 GSC “Top Ten” Awards and the 2014 men’s and women’s Commissioner’s Trophies.If you are unable to attend these events you can watch a free live stream here.#ARGOS#          Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Japan wins Pacific Rim Bowl

first_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES The Japan All-Stars defeated Ashland High School 28-21 in the 10th Pacific Rim Bowl on Friday in Ashland, Ore. Shunsuke Wada scored the decisive touchdown, a 77-yard touchdown reception from Shoma Taniguchi of Ritsumeikan Uji, midway through the fourth quarter, helping Japan win for the fourth straight time in the exhibition series. The first contest between the Japan All-Stars and AHS was played in 1988. Wada, a senior at Kwansei Gakuin, had four catches for 102 yards and three touchdowns, including two in the second quarter. Japan led 21-14 at halftime. Running back Shun Kitagawa of Ritsumeikan Uji led Japan with 70 rushing yards on seven carries. Masaki Matsubara also scored a touchdown, hauling in a 29-yard TD pass from his Kwansei Gakuin teammate Yusuke Sagehari with 32 seconds to go in the first half.last_img read more

FERC Sends 55-Page Request To State In Review Of Alaska LNG

first_imgThe list, however, covers just half of the project’s environmental reports, with more data requests still to come. Larry Persily,  Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Chief of Staff…. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has delivered a 55-page list of questions that the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. needs to address before the agency will set a schedule for its environmental review of the proposed $45 billion Alaska LNG project. The requests cover six of the project’s 12 resource reports: general project description, geological resources, soils, project alternatives, reliability and safety, and engineering and design at the gas treatment plant at Prudhoe Bay and liquefaction plant in Nikiski.The state corporation on July 7 submitted responses to dozens of questions raised by FERC earlier in the review process; those responses were not considered in FERC’s July 5 data request. Persily: “The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation, the state agency that is trying to put together the LNG project sent in it’s application to federal regulators in April, and this is the first wave of questions back from federal regulators. So, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said here is a list of questions, we need this data, we need these answered, and as we work on the environmental impact statement. Here is half of them, and half are still to come. I expect there will be a lot more requests for data, and this will take some time.” last_img read more

Player reveals communicating with Claude Puel was impossible at Southampton, spoke…

first_imgAfter leaving Feyenoord, Ronald Koeman managed Southampton for two years between 2014 and 2016 and in his second season he reunited with his former player Jordy Clasie. The Netherlands international played 22 times in the Premier League in his debut season and in 2016 Koeman left the Saints for Everton.Claude Puel replaced the Dutchman as manager at the south coast club and a year later, the former’s contract was terminated.During the Frenchman’s time at Southampton, Clasie struggled and has never managed to impress since then. Speaking to Dutch newspaper, AD, Clasie explains his struggles when the current Leicester City manager was at Southampton.“Koeman left after one season and Claude Puel came. From that moment on it became less and less,” he said.“The new manager did not speak English at all, only French. Not that my English was so great in the beginning, but communicating with the trainer was actually impossible. “Then you do not just step in with him to talk about your situation. Moreover, Puel had quickly made it known that I simply did not appear in his plans.”After a loan spell at Club Brugge last season, which wasn’t so impressive, the midfielder returned to Feyenoord on a temporary deal earlier in the summer.Clasie, who has regained his old form, has started to feature regularly for the Eredivisie outfit and has made 15 appearances in the league this season. However, negotiations between the two clubs were not easy.“We had already been at training camp in China and it went on and on. Two weeks in China, I did not see that at all,” he added.“With lead in my shoes I then stepped onto that plane. I had to, the negotiations between Feyenoord and Southampton went awry. When we were in France with Southampton later, there was finally an agreement between the clubs. “Finally. I wanted to go back so badly, it has been in my head for so long.”by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Strategy Game is AddictiveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoDating.comTop Successful Single Men in Tung ChungDating.comUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoPerfect-Dating.comThere Are Many Handsome Guys in Tung Chung Who Happen to Be Single!Perfect-Dating.comUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndolast_img read more

Flames captain Giordano has received the Messier Leader Award

first_imgGiordano won this award for the first time in his career.“It’s a real honor for me and my family,” the guard said after the award. “My name will be on the Messier Award, which was once won by my former teammate Jarom Iginla. I have learned a lot from him, especially outside the ice rink. The way he treated people was amazing.”In 2014, Giordano joined forces with the Calgary City Board of Education and created the Giordano Team project, which aimed to provide assistance to five schools in the Calgary area. The project focuses on physical activity and education.To date, the project has raised $ 400,000 (€ 337,000), helping 2,900 students and pupils. Giordano has also been involved in other projects.“I have to thank the team leadership who are true leaders and have taught me how to give back to the surrounding community,” Giordano added. “Management has set a good example for me and the rest of the team.”Giordano was among the finalists in the Messier award last year, but gave way to Wayne Simond.This season, Giordano Square went to 60 regular championship games, scoring five goals and 26 assists. The Calgary team also made the playoffs, but in the first round in six matches they recognized the superiority of the Dallas “Stars”.The NHL Awards ceremony was previously scheduled for June 18 in Las Vegas, but due to the rapid spread of Covid-19, the March 25 event was postponed for an unknown period.Others are currently reading Due to the weight of 28-year-old Alex, the amusement carousel is no longer allowed. It was the last straw to arrive Ms. Ausma, 83, falls on the nails of aggressive vitamin traders The most mysterious show of the year has begun! And the first participant in the “Voice Mask” is already known to be voted onlast_img read more

Australian Rugby League pushes ahead with May 28 NRL restart

first_img WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 22nd April, 2020 14:46 IST Australian Rugby League Pushes Ahead With May 28 NRL Restart Australian Rugby League Commissioner Wayne Pearce says players in the top-flight national competition will be back in training early next month and organizers are pushing ahead with the planned season re-start on May 28. First Published: 22nd April, 2020 14:45 IST COMMENT Associated Press Television News center_img LIVE TV Written By Australian Rugby League Commissioner Wayne Pearce says players in the top-flight national competition will be back in training early next month and organizers are pushing ahead with the planned season re-start on May 28.After two days of meetings and ahead of further talks with the NRL clubs, Pearce on Wednesday said the finer details of the competition structure were still being finalized but, “everyone is supportive of what we’re doing. Everyone is unified into getting back on the field.”“We reaffirmed that May 28 is the starting date for the competition. We also confirmed that teams will be able to train from May 4,” he said.The NRL competition was suspended last month after two rounds played in empty stadiums because of the coronavirus pandemic.Strict international and domestic travel restrictions and social distancing policies meant group practice sessions at all clubs were cancelled and teams from New Zealand and Queensland state basically went into lockdown. Sports leagues and events around the world have been cancelled or postponed during the pandemic, although baseball leagues in Taiwan and South Korea have either just resumed or are about to start.Pearce said government authorities he’d been dealing with supported the resumption of the league, although there’s still no clarity on whether the Broncos, Titans and Cowboys from Queensland state and the Warriors from New Zealand will have to relocate to short-term bases closer to Sydney to be involved in the competition.Pearce said meetings Wednesday of the so-called Project Apollo — the league’s innovation committee — provided better clarity on the medical process and protocols that need to be put in place for games to go ahead.“We feel like we owe it to not just the players and coaches but the thousands of staff members at various clubs and associated industries that are out on the unemployment lines, too,” Pearce was quoted to say by the NRL’s wesbite.He said the competition standings from the first two rounds will be carried into the next phase of the season.It has been a tumultuous week for the NRL, with Todd Greenberg quitting as chief executive after the league’s governing body was criticized by its main broadcaster for wasteful spending.In a statement Monday, Greenberg said he was resigning by mutual agreement, after “reflecting on the needs of the game.” FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Jets, QB Joe Flacco agree to terms on 1-year deal

first_imgLast Updated: 23rd May, 2020 06:08 IST Jets, QB Joe Flacco Agree To Terms On 1-year Deal The New York Jets and quarterback Joe Flacco have agreed to terms on a one-year deal, the 2013 Super Bowl MVP’s COMMENT First Published: 23rd May, 2020 06:08 IST LIVE TV The New York Jets and quarterback Joe Flacco have agreed to terms on a one-year deal, the 2013 Super Bowl MVP’sThe move to bring in Flacco gives third-year starter Sam Darnold a veteran backup, but one who is also coming off a herniated disk that cut short his only season in Denver and required surgery to repair.JL Sports, headed by agent Joe Linta, announced the agreement Friday. Financial terms were not immediately disclosed, but ESPN reported the deal is worth $1.5 million and could reach $4.5 million with incentives.The 35-year-old Flacco spent his first 11 NFL seasons in Baltimore, where current Jets general manager Joe Douglas was a scout in 2008 — when the Ravens drafted the quarterback 18th overall out of Delaware. Flacco helped lead Baltimore to a Super Bowl victory to cap the 2012 season, beating Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers 34-31.Flacco was rewarded by the Ravens by becoming the highest-paid quarterback in NFL history at the time with a six-year contract worth $120.6 million.Last winter, Flacco’s time in Baltimore came to an end — officially clearing the way for Lamar Jackson — when the Ravens traded him to Denver for a fourth-round draft pick. Flacco started the first eight games for the Broncos, but injured his neck against Indianapolis in Week 8 and missed the rest of the season.HeWith Flacco in the mix, the Jets suddenly have a crowded quarterbacks room that includes Darnold, David Fales, Mike White and James Morgan, who was drafted in the fourth round as a developmental arm out of FIU.But the need for a veteran backup for Darnold was magnified last season when the quarterback missed three games with mononucleosis. Trevor Siemian took over, but lasted just over a quarter, injuring an ankle and missing the rest of the season. Third-stringer Luke Falk started the next two games, but was ineffective.Flacco has thrown for 40,067 yards with 218 touchdowns and 141 interceptions in 11 seasons. He struggled during Denver’s 2-6 first half of the season, throwing for only 1,822 yards with six TDs and five interceptions, and was sacked 26 times. FAfter the season, Flacco was optimistic he would be medically cleared and be able to continue his career. He also said he would be open to a backup job, if that scenario played out.“I’m probably a little bit more worried about other things at this point,” Flacco said on Dec. 30. “If that’s what it has to be, then, I want to play football … whether it’s here or wherever, if that’s what it’s going to take for me to get back in and start playing again, then yeah, I’ll go that route.” Associated Press Television News center_img Written By WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Lady Jags – success with underlying failures

first_imgThe campaign of the Lady Jaguars in the CONCACAF Women’s U20 football championships where they created history by becoming the first national U20 female team from Guyana to play in that 16-team tournament reflected somewhat the relative uncertainties and eventual successes which occur in the beautiful game. A quarterfinal appearance combined with a record of three wins and two losses in the preliminary rounds can be viewed as nothing but a successful campaign for the team.Leading up to the quarterfinal, victories were recorded against Nicaragua (3-1), Puerto Rico (2-1) and the Cayman Islands (2-0).Their defeats, which were predicted by analysts and objective thinkers alike, occurred against defending champions Mexico and regional giants Haiti whose men’s team in in 1974, became the second Caribbean nation to qualify for the FIFA World Cup Finals following Cuba in 1938. The anticipated conclusion at the hands of the Haitians came via a 3-0 score line, the identical score of the Mexico defeat in the earlier group round.The aforementioned victories must be put into context as the Lady Jaguars were among eight teams making their respective debuts at this juncture of the CONCACAF U20 competitions.The other Caribbean representatives were Barbados, Bermuda, Grenada, Puerto Rico, St Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia. El Salvador was the final debutante and is a member of UNCAF, a sub-confederation of CONCACAF. Previously, Nicaragua featured in the championship rounds of the 2002, 2008 and 2018 competitions. They also participated in the 2012, 2014 and 2015 qualifying rounds. Cayman Islands made their first appearance in the 2014 championship, but as the host nation.The Puerto Ricans featured in the 2012, 2015 and 2018 qualifying tournaments. Likewise, Guyana also featured in the 2012 qualifying tournament, making it all the way to the second round. Further analysis indicates that Guyana entered each fixture and owing to their status as a debutante and following years of inactivity, were the lowest ranked side at 23rd.The rankings of their opponents are as follows: Mexico – 2nd, Haiti – 4th, Nicaragua – 12th, Puerto Rico – 15th and Cayman Islands – 16th. Simply put, Guyana’s respective adversaries were more experienced and, as such, the positive results must be heralded and championed. Well done ladies! Head-coach Dr. Ivan Joseph during post-match comments had remarked, “Haiti was physical, they were fast, they were technical, they were tactically sound, they were well-organised, they were well disciplined; we were overmatched. Having said that, I am proud of the way the girls played; they fought with heart, they hustled to the end. They were committed, they worked hard, I’m proud of the effort and how they portrayed themselves in this tournament.”According to the head-coach, the quality displayed by the Haitians was realised following investment from their government, the Haitian Football Federation, and the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).He explained, “You see what the investment of the government, the federation and FIFA can do. They have their own academy; their own school system, they’re training 11½ months a year, they are training five hours a day, they’ve got a full-time staff of three and for us to even be able to be on the same field with them is testament to how well this team has played.” Dr. Joseph’s comments are in essence correct. Investment is required if development is to occur in the women’s game. Interestingly, the question that arises is, which entity or individual, team or otherwise, should be afforded the praise for this monumental accomplishment? The management, staff and the players?  Why certainly. The GFF, probably not.The Lady Jaguars programme junior or otherwise, has been immune from the criticisms faced by their male counterparts, the Golden Jaguars. Although both programmes have witnessed the proliferation of foreign-born players within their rosters, the Lady Jaguars have escaped criticism due to the absence of local female football and overall lack of development of the women’s game. Admittedly, the Lady Jaguars setup has featured more foreign-born players than the Golden Jaguars programme.Conversely, their successes are not as acclaimed in comparison to the men’s programme. The evidence is the Lady Jaguars 2010 Gold Cup qualification, an achievement which occurred nine years before the Golden Jaguars accomplished the identical feat, yet they were not afforded the equivalent level of pageantry in celebrating the achievement.Andrea Johnson, President of the National Association for Women’s Football (NAWF), the local body which governs the women’s game, was a member of the travelling U20 contingent and would have experienced the euphoria surrounding the successful campaign. However, reality sets in, as the core of the current team, 85 per cent to be exact, are products of the ‘Maple Leaf’ (Canada) and not Guyana, and this has become an inconvenient truth. The team featured 17 foreign-born or based players, all of whom train and play in Canada with colleges, clubs and academies. A far cry from the three locally-based players who were a part of the team.Analysis of the minutes accrued for the local contingent indicates the expected and correct dependency on the foreign-based players.  Of the 450 regulation minutes which formed the team’s campaign, the local players featured in 192 or 42%. Local player, Tiandi Smith accounted for 101 minutes or 52% of the local contingent playing time. She featured against Nicaragua – 25 minutes, Mexico – 45 minutes, Cayman Islands – 14 minutes and Haiti – 17 minutes.The other two, Shamya Daniels and Horicia Adams, accumulated 53 and 38 minutes respectively. Daniels made appearances against Puerto Rico – 7 minutes, Mexico – 45 minutes and Cayman Islands – 1 minute, while Adams played against Mexico – 30 minutes and Cayman Islands – 8 minutes. This missive is not a criticism of the team especially its foreign contingent. It is also not a marketing piece dismissing the inferiority of the locals. Frankly, the local players cannot compete with their foreign counterparts due to the dearth of quality training, infrastructure and playing minutes via regular competitions, elements that do not affect the foreign players in their advantageous first-world ecosystem.The success of this team has less to do with the GFF and more to do with the ability of the management team and overall quality of its foreign cadre. The players and the coaching staff deserve all the praise and accolades for their accomplishment.The million-dollar question is how will the local women’s game benefit from this historic accomplishment? Haiti is the ideal example of a CARICOM nation that has created a sustainable blueprint for local development, especially in the women’s game. The Haitians, whose squad comprised of more than 70 per cent locally based players, were developed at Camp Nou, the country’s national football academy which was commissioned in 2012. They are also in the process of creating several regional academies to support in the development of the sport.This against the backdrop of being the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita of $870 and a Human Development Index ranking of 168 out of 189 countries in 2018. According to United Nations Development Programme, 24.7 per cent of the locals live in extreme poverty, which is less than US$1.25 per day. Even more, approximately 59 per cent of Haitians live on less than US$2 a day.The GFF receives annual funding from FIFA towards the development of women’s football. However, the populace remains unaware of the amount received or the avenues the received funds are expended on. The federation has often remained mum on this issue and often, are unable to provide detailed information on this subject. It is time that the GFF and the Government of Guyana, take a similar approach to that of Haiti and create a blueprint for local development.last_img read more