first_imgSGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, has awarded ISO certificates in ACI marinas for three areas of activity, namely ISO 9001: 2015 for the area of ​​quality management system; ISO 14001: 2015 for the area of ​​environmental management system and ISO 50001: 2011 for the area of ​​energy management systems.Thus, 22 ACI marinas, as part of the largest marina system in the Mediterranean, by meeting strict certification requirements, confirmed their focus on responsible business, responsible energy use and environmental protection, with the aim of improving the quality and safety of guest service, business processes and contributions. in promoting sustainable tourism in Croatia, point out the ACI marina.”I am extremely pleased with the fact that ACI has shown with this international certificate that it is a company that works intensively and will continue to work to raise the quality of business and that is aware of the need for environmental protection and efficient use of energy. Our efforts are aimed at bringing the quality and diversity of service in Croatian nautical tourism in general to the level of excellence so that Croatia is recognized as a destination for top nautical tourism. By continuous investments in the organization, facilities, human resources and environmental protection, we have a long-term impact on increasing quality and raising standards in marinas, but also with business partners and in the entire destination, which is reflected in a number of other tourism and industry.” said the President of the Management Board of ACI, Kristijan Pavićut, and added that this achievement is an additional confirmation that ACI is a leader in the segment of Croatian nautical tourism, but also an additional incentive to achieve excellence.   The director of the certification department of SGS Adriatic, Drago Goić, stated during the presentation of the certificate: “Certificates are awarded for a period of three years, and SGS is obliged to conduct an inspection every year in order to gather evidence of continuous improvement of the management system according to these standards. Boat satisfaction, environmental protection and energy efficiency are the basic goals of certified systems. ”last_img read more


first_img Economy,  Press Release,  Workforce Development Governor Tom Wolf announced that more than $6.5 million in training assistance funding was provided to 715 Pennsylvania companies in Fiscal Year 2019-20 by WEDnetPA, an alliance of educational providers serving the commonwealth’s business community. This year marks 21 years of funding assistance for qualified businesses in the commonwealth to provide training to existing staff members.“During these unprecedented times, it is crucial that companies across the commonwealth can continue to receive training assistance—whether they are reopening or already have, and especially for our essential businesses that never shut down,” said Gov. Wolf. “Employee training is pivotal in strengthening our state’s workforce, and ultimately, our economy.”In fiscal year 2019-2020, $6,500,964 was invested in trainings and provided 24,359 employees with access to education in Essential Skills and Advanced Technology. Essential Skills training can include guidance in communication and teamwork, health and safety, business and computer operations, manufacturing fundamentals, quality assurance and more. Advanced Technology training can include guidance in advanced manufacturing technology, advanced software implementation, computer programming, software engineering and more.“One of the biggest components of strengthening Pennsylvania’s workforce is ensuring that companies can continually train and upskill their current employees,” said Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin. “WEDnet training helps individuals secure and further their careers and is committed to continuing to serve Pennsylvania’s business community during this pandemic.”Since its beginning in 1999, WEDnetPA has grown to become the primary delivery system for Pennsylvania’s incumbent workforce training. Each year, WEDnetPA partners continue to reach out to significant numbers of companies and employees—strengthening our workforce and businesses and, in turn, strengthening Pennsylvania’s economy.“WEDnetPA is a lifeline to Pennsylvania companies as they try to navigate the impacts of the pandemic. With so much uncertainty, financial challenge, and need to reskill the workforce, WEDnetPA has been able to help companies, in a very positive way, survive the storm and prepare for the full recovery that will eventually follow,” said WEDnetPA State Director Thomas Venditti. “Now, more than ever, employee training is a necessary strategy for survival and companies in Pennsylvania are fortunate the commonwealth has made this a priority investment, but the circumstances of the day have added a layer of complexity unlike anything we’ve seen in the past. Fortunately, WEDnetPA is employer driven and provides for an array of training methods, including online, distance learning and in-house training, which accounted for more than 20 percent of all training completed last year.”Workforce training grants align with Governor Wolf’s $30 million PAsmart workforce development initiative, an innovative way to improve coordination between state agencies, cut red tape, and invest in people and business to create and expand innovative job training so workers get the skills that businesses need to compete in the global economy.View this year’s annual report online.For more information about the Wolf Administration’s commitment to workforce development, visit the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) website or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Wolf Administration: More Than 700 Pennsylvania Businesses Received Workforce Training Assistance in FY 2019-20center_img October 08, 2020last_img read more


first_imgBassey Nelson dominated from start to finish to claim N200,000 at The Lagos City Criterium 2017. Nelson who races for the Sharks Racing Club from Port Harcourt ahead of Sadiq Ajibade and Precious Godwin of United Pro Team and Cyclotron team respectively.“I’ve been working hard for this and as Nigerian champion I came into this knowing there’s a chance I was going to win this,” said a confident Nelson to pressmen.Nelson continued:“I’ve still got two competitions to compete in before the end of the year and I’m going to keep working hard to finish the season very strong.”In the women’s professional race, Ese Ukpeseraye of the Cyclotron team finished first with Tombrakpa Grikpa and Joan Okoro finished in 2nd and 3rd respectively.The juniors who raced earlier in the year were also rewarded by the organisers, Sustainable Cycling Foundation (SCF) for their efforts with Odebiyi Azeez and Awuri Oveh taking top honours for the boys and girl’s categories respectively.SCF chairman Faiz Imam was impressed with the level of the competition and said: “Our plans are to make sure these kids are exposed to more events. We are proud of their efforts here and will keep encouraging them to attain their dreams.”Over N1.5m was awarded in prize money monies and plans are already underway to move the Criterium to other parts of Nigeria soon.The Lagos City Criterium was supported by Access bank, 9mobile, Cocoon Homes, Craneburg Construction & Castrol/Eterna.RelatedThe Lagos City Criterium 2017November 10, 2017In “Nigeria”HANDBALL: HFN President Commends Athletes For Record-Breaking Performance As National U18 and U21 Championships Closes (AUDIO)March 25, 2019In “Sports”Nigeria’s Long Distance King Aims To Dismantle East Africa’s Dominance in 2019 (AUDIO)December 24, 2018In “Athletics”last_img read more


first_img Gauselmann Group acquires majority stake in Bede Gaming March 12, 2020 StumbleUpon Michael BradyUpdating the market, industry platform supplier Bede Gaming will enter the South African online gambling market has entered a new partnership casino and leisure operator Sun International.Agreeing terms, Bede will become the lead technology platform supplier for Sun International’s online gambling subsidiary Sunbet brand (sunbet.co.za).Seeking to become the leading destination for South African online gambling consumers, Sun International has undertaken a technology restructure of its existing Sunbet supplier provisions.This November Sun International confirmed that Kambi would act as lead ‘end-to-end’ sportsbook platform supplier, integrating its market services within Bede Gaming’s backend technology platform.Updating stakeholders Anthony Leeming, CE, of Sun International, remarked: “To leverage in the digital environment we require a flexible platform that will allow us to deliver the world-class experience which our customers expect.”“For this reason, it was an easy decision to partner with Bede Gaming, which has enjoyed significant success in other markets. The team has been a pleasure to work with and we are excited to continue working in partnership.”Bede Gaming CEO Michael Brady, was pleased to confirm a further regulated tier1 partnership, with an established casino & leisure operator in Sun International.Bede’s strong commercial momentum had been recognised in 2017, with the company indexing as a top 100 ‘Sunday Times TechTrack 100’ enterprise.“To enter the South African market with such a respected name as Sun International really underlines our commitment to grow Bede’s footprint in global regulated markets.” Brady details“We have been selected by Sun International because we offer a flexible platform and lightning fast integrations that have proven successful in multiple jurisdictions.“Operators are demanding greater speed and flexibility, which is something we are able to deliver. We look forward to building a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Sun International, and will continue to build upon our market-leading offer.” Submit Share SBC’s Year In Review: September’s big betting news December 27, 2019 Share Related Articles UK betting faces crossfire of educational data breach January 20, 2020last_img read more