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https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/4H0-100 Answer: D Question: 42
When should you use the CALCHASHTBL command?
A. To specify the size of the Calculator Cache
B. To optimize the calculation of a large, flat database outline
C. To optimize the calculation of the Sparse dimension formulas in a large
D. To specify the maximum number of blocks that Essbase can lock concurrently
when calculating a Sparse member formula Answer: B Question: 43
When should you select the Shared Member hierarchies functionality, as opposed
to the Attribute dimension functionality? (Choose three.)
A. When precalculating results
B. When creating crosstab reports
C. When associating with a Dense dimension
D. When utilizing alternate consolidation properties (=,-,~, etc...) for members
E. When increasing the amount of dimensionality without increasing the sparsity
of the database Answer: A, C, D Question: 44
The Essbase.cfg setting DATAFILECACHESIZE can be used to-------------------
A. alter Data File Cache size for existing databases
B. optimize calculation performance on large, flat dimensions
C. manage Data File Cache sizes for specific applications and databases
D. define the initial Data File Cache size for all newly created databases Answer: D Question: 45
Given the following dense/sparse configuration:
Which calculation script minimizes the number of passes through the database?
A. Fix (Jan)
Budget = Actual;
Budget = Actual*1.5;
B. Budget (IF(@ISMBR (Jan))
Budget = Actual;
Budget = actual * 1.5;
C. DATACOPY actual to Budget;
Budget = Actual* 1.5
Endfix; Answer: B Question: 46
What can be done to activate changes to cache settings? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Restart the Essbase Server
B. Restart the Essbase Application
C. Restart the Essbase Database Answer: A, B, C Question: 47
Which information is contained in the security file? (Choose three.)
A. Locked objects
B. Server IP address
C. User security and filter
D. Essbase license number
18 Answer: A, C, D Question: 48
What optimizes a dataload? (Choose two.)
A. Adding to existing values
B. Using commas for field delimiters
C. Placing a Dense dimension across columns
D. Sorting data file in order by Dense dimensions
E. Sorting data file in order by Sparse dimensions Answer: C, E Question: 49
Which two statements about Committed access are true? (Choose two.)
A. It retains redundant data until a transaction commits.
B. It acquires and releases Write locks as needed during the transaction.
C. It retains Write locks on all affected blocks until the transaction commits.
D. It does not restrict Read/Write access on data blocks during the transaction. Answer: A, C Question: 50
Incremental restructuring is enabled. Product and Market are the only Sparse
dimensions. If you reverse the order of these two Sparse dimensions, what is the
incremental restructuring implication?
B. Restructure deferred
C. Overrides incremental restructuring and restructures data files only
D. Overrides incremental restructuring and restructures index files only
E. Overrides incremental restructuring and restructures both index and data files Answer: D Question: 51
If an Essbase database's isolation level is set to COMMITTED, which three
statements are true? (Choose three.)
A. Roll back is possible.
B. Locks are held for the duration of the transaction.
C. Synchronization points for blocks or rows can be set.
D. Only one transaction at a time can update data blocks. Answer: A, B, D Question: 52
Defining a Location Alias---------------
A. defines a substitution variable reference
B. allows for the use of the @XREF function in a database
C. indicates where a database's page and index files are stored
D. allows the defining of multiple alias tables to facilitate internationalization Answer: B
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Thu, 18 May 2023 12:00:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://drexel.edu/ais/training/hyperion_reporting/Introduction to the Workplace and Safety
Introduces basic safety instruction including OSHA requirements and other concerns (MSDS, confined space, lock out/tag out, zero energy state, hazardous materials, storage of flammable materials, portable powered tool safety, hand tool safety, record keeping, training, employer enforcement of safety regulations, right to know, etc.).
Sat, 13 Nov 2021 07:51:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://purdue.edu/whin/education/courses/course-page.php?ID=MPRO%20106Standardized Patients
Standardized Patients (SP) are "Individuals who are trained to present the symptoms and signs of disease process as they present in real patients" (Barrows, 1985). Standardized patients have been shown to be effective in teaching clinical, interviewing and communication skills to learners from a variety of disciplines, including medicine, nursing, dental, law and other professions.
According to the Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE), "An SP is a person trained to portray a patient scenario, or an actual patient using their own history and physical exam findings, for the instruction, assessment, or practice of communication and/or examining skills of a health care provider. In the health and medical sciences, SPs are used to provide a safe and supportive environment conducive for learning or for standardized assessment.
SPs can serve as practice models, or participate in sophisticated assessment and feedback of one's abilities or services. The use of simulated scenarios involving humans is rapidly expanding to meet the needs of many high-risk service fields outside of human health care." (Gliva-McConvey, n.d.)
SP can also mean standardized professional; individuals from the community can be utilized to portray a professional from many different fields challenging learners to deal with certain issues that arise in their chosen careers.
Standardization stems from systemic training and ability of the SP to follow the training outline. Standardized performances of individual cases by multiple SPs ensure fairness and objectivity. With standardization, each patient or professional represents the same case in the same way, even when interacting with different learners at different times. Learners will interact with, interview and examine the patients/professionals differently. For a particular case, the SPs' responses to questions and manners should remain constant and consistent, despite the different styles and skill level across learners and across the duration of the program.
Benefits of Standardized Patient Use
Interacting with SPs gives learners a chance to practice their clinical and interpersonal skills with an emphasis on communication before meeting actual patients. Alternately, interacting with SPs gives learners an opportunity to demonstrate competencies and to be assessed by more senior members of their professions.
For example, learners might practice pure communication skills like interviewing or delivering complex information in an understandable way (based on patient responses). In a different scenario, learners may conduct a brief history along with a physical exam on an SP. The physical exams given to SPs are similar to general internal physical examinations, are non-invasive and should not be painful. After a learner/SP performance, learners are provided feedback by a preceptor and/or their peers. An SP may also be asked to provide brief feedback, which is a component of the SP training process. The time allowed for feedback is an integral part of student learning.
Sun, 04 Aug 2019 20:30:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://case.edu/medicine/cscsimcenter/simulation-resources/standardized-patientsNHL announces Return to Play Plan
Today's announcement follows approval of the Plan by the League's Board of Governors and the National Hockey League Players' Association.
The NHL paused its season on March 12 from concerns over the coronavirus, having played 85 percent of the 2019-20 regular-season schedule that started in early October (1,082 of 1,271 games).
"At the pause, we committed to resuming play only when appropriate and prudent," said Commissioner Gary Bettman. "We are hopeful the Return To Play Plan will allow us to complete the season and award the Stanley Cup in a manner in which the health and safety of our players, on-ice officials, team staff and associated individuals involved are paramount. Accordingly, an essential component of the Plan is a rigorous, regular schedule of testing.
"On the hockey side, the return-to-play format reflects the League's extraordinary competitive balance while honoring the tradition and integrity of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
"The Return To Play Plan is the result of weeks of constructive dialogue with the National Hockey League Players' Association and we are grateful for their cooperation. We also thank our consulting health experts and the local, regional and national authorities who are helping steer us through a complex set of issues."
Following are details of the Return To Play Plan:
* The 2019-20 regular season is declared concluded through games of March 11. The 189 games originally scheduled from March 12 - April 4 will not be played.
* 24 teams will resume play: the top 12 in each Conference on the basis of points percentage at the pause (through games of March 11).
* Since the League's pause on March 12, the League has been in Phase 1 with teams having been instructed to self-isolate as much as possible.
Phase 2 - Early June
* In early June, it is expected that teams will be permitted to return to home facilities for small group, voluntary, and on- and off-ice training.
Phase 3 - Not Earlier than First Half of July
* Not earlier than first half of July, formal training camps will begin after guidance from medical and civil authorities.
Phase 4 - Timing TBD
* 24 teams in 2 "hub" cities will compete in Seeding Round Robins, a Qualifying Round and Conference-based Stanley Cup Playoffs.
* The 2 "hub" cities will be selected from among the following:
- Chicago, IL - Columbus, OH - Dallas, TX - Edmonton, AB - Las Vegas, NV - Los Angeles, CA - Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN - Pittsburgh, PA - Toronto, ON - Vancouver, BC
* Each Conference is assigned a "hub" city with secure hotels, arena, practice facilities and in-market transportation.
* Teams will be limited to 50 personnel in the "hub" city with only a small number of support staff permitted to enter the event areas.
* Timing and sites will be determined at a future date and will be dependent on COVID-19 conditions, testing ability and government regulations.
* In each Conference, teams seeded by points percentage.
Round Robin: The top 4 teams play for First Round seeding (regular-season overtime rules in effect)
Qualifying Round: The remaining 8 teams play best-of-5 series to advance to the First Round (playoff overtime rules in effect)
First Round and Second Round: Format (seeding vs. bracket) and series lengths to be determined
Conference Finals and Stanley Cup Final: Best-of-7 series * The winners from the Qualifying Round play the top 4 seeds in the First Round. Individual First Round series matchups remain to be determined.
Team Conf. Rank P% Boston Bruins 1 .714 Tampa Bay Lightning 2 .657 Washington Capitals 3 .652 Philadelphia Flyers 4 .645 Pittsburgh Penguins 5 .623 Carolina Hurricanes 6 .596 New York Islanders 7 .588 Toronto Maple Leafs 8 .579 Columbus Blue Jackets 9 .579 Florida Panthers 10 .565 New York Rangers 11 .564 Montreal Canadiens 12 .500
City 1 - Round Robin for Seeding in First Round
1. Boston Bruins 2. Tampa Bay Lightning 3. Washington Capitals 4. Philadelphia Flyers
City 1 - Best-of-5 Qualifying Round
#5 Pittsburgh Penguins vs. #12 Montreal Canadiens #6 Carolina Hurricanes vs. #11 New York Rangers #7 New York Islanders vs. #10 Florida Panthers #8 Toronto Maple Leafs vs. #9 Columbus Blue Jackets
Team Conf. Rank P% St. Louis Blues 1 .662 Colorado Avalanche 2 .657 Vegas Golden Knights 3 .606 Dallas Stars 4 .594 Edmonton Oilers 5 .585 Nashville Predators 6 .565 Vancouver Canucks 7 .565 Calgary Flames 8 .564 Winnipeg Jets 9 .563 Minnesota Wild 10 .558 Arizona Coyotes 11 .529 Chicago Blackhawks 12 .514
City 2 - Round Robin for Seeding in First Round
1. St. Louis Blues 2. Colorado Avalanche 3. Vegas Golden Knights 4. Dallas Stars
City 2 - Best-of-5 Qualifying Round
#5 Edmonton Oilers vs. #12 Chicago Blackhawks #6 Nashville Predators vs. #11 Arizona Coyotes #7 Vancouver Canucks vs. #10 Minnesota Wild #8 Calgary Flames vs. #9 Winnipeg Jets
2020 NHL Draft Lottery
The NHL Draft Lottery will determine the order for the first 15 selections of the 2020 NHL Draft. The picks will be awarded to the seven teams that do not resume play and the eight teams that do not advance from the Qualifying Round (or the teams that acquired their first-round picks).
* Phase 1 of the Draft Lottery will be conducted prior to the Qualifying Round on Friday, June 26.
* Three draws: First Draw (first overall pick), Second Draw (second overall pick) and Third Draw (third overall pick).
* Clubs entered: The seven teams that do not return to play, ranked in inverse order of their points percentage at the time of the regular-season pause, and eight "place-holders" to represent the to-be-determined Qualifying Round teams that will not advance, thus maintaining previously-established odds.
Team P% Odds 1. Detroit Red Wings .275 18.5% 2. Ottawa Senators .437 13.5% 3. Ottawa Senators* .437 11.5% 4. Los Angeles Kings .457 9.5% 5. Anaheim Ducks .472 8.5% 6. New Jersey Devils .493** 7.5% 7. Buffalo Sabres .493** 6.5% 8. Team A n/a 6.0% 9. Team B n/a 5.0% 10. Team C n/a 3.5% 11. Team D n/a 3.0% 12. Team E n/a 2.5% 13. Team F n/a 2.0% 14. Team G n/a 1.5% 15. Team H n/a 1.0% * Acquired in a trade with San Jose Sharks (.450 points percentage) ** Buffalo Sabres ranked higher than New Jersey Devils on the basis of higher regulation/OT win percentage (Buffalo, .406 ROW%; New Jersey, .348 ROW%)
* If the winning team of the First Draw is from the #1-7 group, that team wins the right to the first overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft.
* If the winning team of the First Draw is from the #8-15 group, the right to the first overall pick will be determined in Phase 2 of the Draft Lottery.
* After the First Draw, the winning team (from either the #1-7 group or the #8-15 group) will no longer be eligible for the Second or Third Draws. All number combinations originally assigned to this team will become "Re-Draw Combinations" for the Second and Third Draws. The remaining teams' odds will increase on a proportionate basis for the Second Draw based on which team wins the First Draw.
* If the winning team of the Second Draw is from among the #1-7 group, that team wins the right to the second overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft.
* If the winning team of the Second Draw is from the #8-15 group, the right to the second overall pick will be determined in Phase 2 of the Draft Lottery.
* After the Second Draw, the winning team (from either the #1-7 group or the #8-15 group) will no longer be eligible for the Third Draw. All number combinations originally assigned to this team will become "Re-Draw Combinations" for the Third Draw. The remaining teams' odds will increase on a proportionate basis for the Third Draw based on which team wins the Second Draw.
* If the winning team of the Third Draw is from among the #1-7 group above, that team wins the right to the third overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft.
* If the winning team of the Third Draw is from the #8-15 group, the right to the third overall pick will be determined in Phase 2 of the Draft Lottery.
If All Three Draws Are Won by Teams in #1-7 Group . . .
* The winning teams receive the respective top three selections in the 2020 NHL Draft. The remaining four teams in the #1-7 group not selected in the three draws are assigned NHL Draft positions 4 through 7 in inverse order of their points percentage at the time of the regular-season pause. The next eight Draft positions (8 through 15) will be assigned to the eight teams that do not advance from the Qualifying Round, in inverse order of their points percentage at the time of the regular-season pause. In these circumstances, Phase 2 of the Draft Lottery would not be necessary.
If Any of the Three Draws Are Won by Teams in the #8-15 Group
* The Draws for the corresponding selections will be conducted during Phase 2 among only the eight Qualifying Round teams that failed to advance.
* Phase 2 of the Draft Lottery, if necessary, will be conducted between the Qualifying Round and First Round.
* Phase 2 participants: the eight teams that do not advance from the Qualifying Round (or the teams that acquired their first-round picks).
* Following each Phase 2 draw, the winning team will be assigned the corresponding Top 3 selection and, if another Phase 2 draw is necessary, that team's numbered lottery ball will be removed.
* When all Phase 1 and Phase 2 draws are completed and the Top 3 selections in the 2020 NHL Draft assigned, the remaining selections in the Top 15 will be assigned to the 12 teams that did not win a draw in inverse order of their points percentages at the time of the season's pause.
* In each Phase 2 draw, all participants will have the same odds.
Tue, 26 May 2020 09:34:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-announces-return-to-play-plan/c-317031134Clarification of research integrity norms in diverse research disciplinesClarification of research integrity norms in diverse research disciplines - R&D Projects : R&D Projects : R&D Projects Selected in FY2021- R&D Program : Science of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy
NAKAMURA Masaki Osaka University Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences Associate Professor
Recently, research institutions in Japan have developed systems to ensure research integrity. However, although research integrity norms are common in general, judgments on what specific actions should be considered duplicate publication or inappropriate authorship may differ from field to field. In many cases, academic associations do not make specific guidelines for such activities. Since the boundary between improper conduct and responsible conduct is not clear, there is a possibility that the individual may commit research misconduct without being aware of it.
This project aims to clarify the research integrity norms in each research field and share them through research integrity education and training.
In this research and development project, we will (1) clarify the research integrity norms in each research field, focusing on duplicate submissions and inappropriate authorship, and (2) create educational materials that can be used for research integrity education and training.
To clarify the research integrity norms, we will collect and analyze the guidelines and related regulations issued by academic societies and journals in Japan and abroad and identify trends and commonalities among research fields. In addition, we will conduct interviews and questionnaire surveys of editorial board members of domestic journals, considering that research integrity norms are not always clearly defined in many research fields. We will analyze the results with surveys of related regulations to present specific research integrity norms in each research field.
Based on the above surveys, we will produce educational materials for use in research integrity education and training. The teaching materials will be in the form of leaflets with specific research integrity norms in each research field.
BACK TO TOPThu, 28 Apr 2022 13:52:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.jst.go.jp/ristex/stipolicy/en/project/project49.htmlZelenskyy hails Biden’s decision on F-16 jet training for Ukraine
Training Ukrainian pilots to fly US-made F-16 fighter jets will ‘greatly enhance our army in the sky’, President Zelenskyy said.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has welcomed United States President Joe Biden’s decision to support the training of Ukrainian pilots on US-made F-16 fighter jets, saying it would “greatly enhance our army in the sky”.
Describing the plans to train Ukrainian pilots to fly F-16 jet fighters as a “historic decision”, Zelenskyy said he would discuss the details with Biden when they meet at the G7 Summit in Japan’s Hiroshima city – the latest international trip by the Ukrainian leader, which was confirmed on Saturday.
Biden told G7 leaders on Friday that Washington supports joint allied training programmes for Ukrainian pilots on US-made F-16 fighter jets, senior US officials told the Reuters news agency.
Zelenskyy has for months called for the supply of advanced fighter jets to support Ukraine’s defences against Russia’s invasion. But the Ukrainian leader had faced rejection until now from his Western allies who feared providing Ukraine with advanced offensive weapons could be met with an escalation by Russian President Vladimir Putin and the spread of the war in Europe.
Now, as Ukraine has improved its air defences with a host of Western-supplied anti-aircraft systems and prepares to launch a counteroffensive against Russian forces, officials believe the fighter jets could become useful in Ukraine’s battle with Moscow and essential for the country’s long-term security.
Poland and Slovakia have handed over 27 older MiG-29s to Ukraine.
Al Jazeera’s John Psaropoulos reports that air defence experts say US-built F-16 fighter jets would offer Ukraine an edge over the Russian air force but only if combined with powerful missiles and targeting information, which the West would also have to provide.
The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said his country would work with the Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark “to get Ukraine the combat air capability it needs”.
Denmark also said it would help train Ukrainians to pilot F-16s, the country’s defence minister said after Washington announced it would back such an initiative.
Denmark’s acting Defence Minister Troels Lund Poulsen said his country “will now be able to move forward for a collective contribution to train Ukrainian pilots to fly F-16s”. Denmark will make a priority of working with its allies to support the scheme, he said, hailing Biden’s decision to approve the plan.
Lund Poulsen did not say if Denmark would be among those countries delivering the fighter jets to Ukraine. Denmark’s air force has some 40 F-16s, approximately 30 of which are operational. It recently began taking delivery of the more advanced F-35 fighters.
Ukraine, which does not possess any Western-designed jets, says the F-16s are far more effective than the Soviet-era fighters it currently deploys.
Training on the fighters will take place in Europe and will require months to complete, US officials told the Reuters news agency. The US officials estimated the most expeditious timeframe needed for training and delivery of F-16s at approximately 18 months.
Biden’s green-lighting of F-16 training is the latest shift by the US administration as it moves to arm Ukraine with more advanced and lethal weaponry, following earlier decisions to send HIMAR rocket launcher systems, Patriots air defence systems and Abrams tanks.
The US has insisted it is sending weapons to Ukraine to defend itself and has discouraged attacks by Ukraine into Russian territory.
The G7 leaders also used the first day of their summit on Friday to roll out a new wave of global sanctions on Moscow as well as plans to enhance the effectiveness of existing financial penalties meant to constrain Putin’s war effort.
“Our support for Ukraine will not waver,” the G7 leaders said in a statement released after closed-door meetings.
They promised “to stand together against Russia’s illegal, unjustifiable and unprovoked war of aggression against Ukraine”.
“Russia started this war and can end this war,” they said.
Mon, 22 May 2023 21:30:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/5/20/zelenskky-hails-bidens-decision-on-f-16-jet-training-for-ukraineNewcastle United outline plans for a new training ground
NEWCASTLE UNITED remain committed to building a new state-of-the-art training complex in the next few years, but the club’s hierarchy feel the building work that is nearing completion at the current Darsley Park site will help reverse much of the decline that had set in under Mike Ashley’s previous regime.
The Magpies’ Saudi Arabia-backed ownership group have been assessing potential sites for a new training facility, with a location at Gosforth Park’s Parklands understood to have been earmarked as the current preferred option.
However, with the planning process yet to begin, the completion of a new training base remains some years off, so resources have been committed to improving the club’s current complex in Little Benton.
Under Ashley, it was felt that investing in the current facility was effectively ‘dead money’ when a move away from Darsley Park was planned at some stage in the future, and as a result, the standard of Newcastle’s training ground lagged markedly behind that of almost all their fellow Premier League clubs.
Work has finally begun to address the shortfall, with Newcastle’s chief executive officer, Darren Eales, adamant it was right to commit resources to the improvements, even though the desire to uproot in the future remains in place.
“It’s a huge shout to the owners, coming in the way they did,” said Eales, who joined Newcastle after previous successful stints at Tottenham and Atlanta United. “Obviously, you had the relegation fight at the time, and the January transfer window, but there have been so many building blocks they’ve already put in place, which is just incredible.
“There’s been so many great things that have happened. One of the things that has been impressive in all of our chaos and stuff going on is looking and saying, ‘Okay, we’ve got the training ground that’s there – how can we incrementally Strengthen it?’
“Yes, at some stage, with a long-term vision, that’s an area we’re going to look at in terms of a new facility. But it’s still saying, ‘What can we do now that can be done that can help the first team?’”
Building work has been under way for the last couple of months, with Eddie Howe and his first-team squad continuing to work around the ongoing construction.
One of the key improvements is the construction of new hydrotherapy and plunge pools, with a picture of a paddling pool having become emblematic of the perceived underinvestment that blighted Ashley’s years at the helm.
Work is also ongoing to Strengthen the first-team changing rooms, create new doctor and physio rooms, update the video presentation room and create a new modern players’ lounge and an extended dining area.
“I think they did a great job very quickly in saying, ‘Okay, how can we do some little things like putting a hydro pool in’,” said Eales. “From a rehabilitation perspective, we’ve got the ability now to have that resource. We’ve also been able to create a little bit more space for our medical and sports science.
“With all of those factors, it’s a way to provide incremental benefit to the team. It’s not thinking about, ‘Is that sunk cost if we go somewhere else?’ It’s actually saying, ‘No, we need to deliver to the first team’. It’s not easy, but we’ve got to get stuff done.”
Not, however, that the ongoing work detracts from the longer-term need to construct a new training facility that will enable Newcastle to keep pace with their Premier League rivals.
Leicester City’s new training ground, opened in 2020, was widely praised, while Manchester City’s 80-acre Etihad Campus, opened in 2013 and built at an estimated cost of around £200m, is still widely regarded as a world-leading complex.
“I think it’s an area where we’ve found some incremental improvements,” said Eales. “But clearly, on a long-term vision, the training ground is an area where, if we’re going to get to where we want to get to, we’re going to need those facilities. It’s one of those factors you’re going to need to have in place.”
Wed, 26 Oct 2022 18:36:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/23079065.newcastle-united-outline-plans-new-training-ground/Rovers outline testing plan ahead of return to training
The Rovers players and staff members have today undergone testing for COVID-19 ahead of the club’s return to training next week.
In all, 27 players and 17 staff have undertaken the tests, monitored and supervised by Rovers’ Club Doctor, Chris Dalton, and Head of Physiotherapy, Andy Mitchell.
The Rovers squad haven’t trained together since the season was first suspended on March 13, but intend to do so again from Monday.
This will see the players train in groups of no more than five per pitch, and observing social distancing, with twice weekly tests continuing to be carried out.
Three staff members will be allowed to supervise each pitch, and the club say that communal areas, including the dressing rooms, dining room, indoor pitch, recreation room and gym, will remain closed
Should anyone provide a positive test, then they will be told to isolate for at least seven days.
The club said: “On resumption of training, all players and staff who visit the training ground will be submitted to two further tests per week. Daily health questionnaires and temperature checks will also be carried out.
“Over accurate weeks, the club has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to produce a detailed medical protocol document, outlining the strict measures to be imposed, to ensure the training facilities are as safe as they possibly can be for the players and staff returning to training, as we move a step closer to the resumption of the 2019-20 Championship season.”
Thu, 21 May 2020 23:23:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/sport/18468965.rovers-outline-testing-plan-ahead-return-training/Entrepreneurs outline key areas of Government support to help them grow
ENTREPRENEURS across the region have outlined what they want to hear from the Chancellor today to help them plan for long-term growth and security.
The Entrepreneurs’ Forum has more than 300 members who all run small or medium sized enterprises across the North-East.
Its chief executive, Jonathan Lamb, said members would welcome further Government support to 'scale-up' and says more needs be done to equip people with the training they need.
Mr Lamb said: “Our members have highlighted the need for support in key areas such as training, research and development, recruiting the right talent and support in embracing and adapting to change.”
Paul Drake, operations director of Stockton-based Sapere Software, said that the Chancellor needed to urgently address the digital skills gap in the region's workforce.
He said: “The skills gap is a hindrance to productivity, to growth and innovation and the Chancellor must commit more resources to producing the digitally skilled workers that this region’s growing digital sector needs right now.”
Russell Croisdale of Peterlee-based Encore Group
Russell Croisdale of Peterlee-based Encore Group said that anything the Chancellor can do to support businesses to not only play their part in the process of economic recovery but also benefit from the process would be welcomed.
James Griffiths of Middlesbrough-based hydraulic engineering experts IMH
And James Griffiths of Middlesbrough-based engineer firm IMH called for decisive action on the issue of late payments which, it is estimated, leads to the closure of 50,000 small business a year.
Meanwhile, Lucy Hatt, senior lecturer at Newcastle University, welcomed the Government’s accurate measures to support researchers, scientists and technicians working at UK universities but added that more must be done to protect the entire university sector.
She said: “All of the universities in the North-East play a crucial role in developing not only the skills and experience that businesses require but also the technology and inspiration behind many successful enterprises.”
The Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, Mike Cherry, says there needs to be a 'jobs first' approach from the Government.
He said: "Bringing down employment costs and increasing opportunities will be central to recovering from this recession."
Mr Cherry added that no business should be left behind in the next round of Government interventions designed to aid economic growth.
WHAT HAPPENED?The Hollywood pair are in the process of piecing together stadium upgrade plans in North Wales, with the dilapidated Kop end preparing to get a serious face lift. Wrexham are looking to drag their famous old home into the 21st century, having secured promotion back into the Football League, with Reynolds and McElhenney exploring potential upgrades that would allow them to spend even more time in and around the club during their regular visits to Britain.
WHAT THEY SAID: Reynolds has told the RobRyanRed podcast of development plans: “Our greatest goal is to redevelop the opposite end to the Kop, I guess. What do we call that? Everyone has a different name for it, so I’m not sure. Our dream is to have two apartments in there!”
THE BIGGER PICTURE: While working on projects at the Racecourse, Wrexham are also looking for their owners to deliver a new training ground that befits their standing as one of the most ambitious and community-led clubs around. Reynolds said of plans there: “We are working on that pretty much daily. The training ground is not something that you take trivially, right? So it is something that is going to need to exist for decades, if not centuries to come. So it’s something Rob and I have been working on. Well, we’ve been working on that since last year, really.”
McElhenney added: “I mean, in earnest, I don’t know if it was originally part of the mission statement, I can’t remember, but I know it was something that we focused on very early, as was the Kop, as you know and is well documented. I know that we’ve been making giant strides forward, but we don’t have anything concrete yet, but we’re circling a few things.”
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