TSMA 2017: PT ASDP Sabet Predikat I Untuk Jasa Angkutan Transportasi Laut dan Penyeberangan

first_imgArahan dari Kementerian Perhubungan selaku regulator terkait aspek keselamatan sangat ASDP perhatikan. Pemenuhan alat-alat keselamatan yang sesuai standar, peningkatan kompetensi dan awareness sumber daya manusia tentang aspek keselamatan dan ketentuan-ketentuan yang telah ditetapkan regulator, diterapkan dengan sebaik-baiknya, “Ini adalah komitmen kami,” tegas Faik Fahmi.Ia nemambahkan, bahwa pencapaian ini merupakan kerja keras seluruh insan ASDP untuk memprioritaskan aspek keselamatan baik di sisi operasional maupun layanan kepada pengguna jasa. Bagi kami, keselamatan seluruh pengguna jasa adalah hal yang pertama dan utama.Baca juga: Buffer Zone, Solusi PT ASDP Untuk Memecah Konsentrasi PemudikKegiatan Transportation Safety Management Award (TSMA) digelar oleh Kementerian Perhubungan dengan tujuan untuk memberikan pelayanan yang terbaik bagi masyarakat sebagai pengguna jasa sektor transportasi, dengan tetap mengedepankan aspek keselamatan.Penilaian dilakukan berpedoman kepada Pedoman Penilaian dan kriteria sebagai berikut :a. Organisasi (15%)b. Sarana (Pelaksanaan Program) (35%)c. SDM (Pelaksanaan Program) (40%)d. Pendukung Manajemen Keselamatan (10%)Kegiatan penilaian/termasuk penilaian ke lapangan telah dilaksanakan pada bulan Oktober hingga Nopember 2017, dilanjutkan proses penetapan pemenang lomba pada bulan Desember 2017.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedPra Gelar Rute di Kepulauan Seribu, ASDP Indonesia Ferry Lakukan Survei dan Koordinasi16/01/2017In “Angkutan Ferry”Gapasdap Minta Tiga Fungsi Pelabuhan Penyeberangan Dibagi, Ini Tanggapan ASDP20/11/2019In “Featured”Hentikan Sementara Penjualan Tiket Penumpang, ASDP Hanya Layani Logistik28/04/2020In “Angkutan Ferry” BUMN PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry (Persero) hari Selasa ini (19/12/2017) meriah predikat penyelenggara pelayanan jasa angkutan Transportasi Laut dan Penyeberangan Terbaik I di ajang Penganugerahan Penghargaan Manajemen Keselamatan Penyelenggara Jasa Angkutan/Transportation Safety Management Award (TSMA) 2017 yang diselenggarakan oleh Kementerian Perhubungan.Baca juga: “Waroeng ASDP,” Model Kantin Baru di Kapal Ferry Yang Hangat dan HigienisPT ASDP berhasil meraih peringkat I dengan nilai 94,32 yang diikuti posisi kedua oleh Dharma Lautan Utama dengan nilai 84,46 dan di posisi ketiga diraih oleh PT Pelni dengan nilai 83,49. “Memberikan pelayanan prima kepada pengguna jasa tentunya tidak lepas dari pengawasan aspek keamanan dan keselamatan. Keselamatan bagi kami bukan hanya kewajiban melainkan sebuah kebutuhan.Oleh karenanya, kami selalu berupaya meningkatkan pengawasan terhadap pelaksanaan aspek keselamatan dan keamanan di lapangan lebih baik lagi sehingga dapat terwujud service excellent,” ujar Direktur Utama PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry Faik Fahmi, dikutip dari siaran pers hari ini.last_img read more

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People Are Obsessed With a Secret Drink at Starbucks Called “Pink Drink”

first_imgStarbucks recently added a drink called the Strawberry Acai Refresher to their menu.  It’s basically strawberry juice, and it didn’t make a particularly big impact . . . UNTIL NOW.Some barista figured out that if you mix it with coconut milk instead of water, and add pieces of strawberries, it’s fantastic . . . and it became an unofficial SECRET MENU item called “Pink Drink.”Well, the Internet just found out about Pink Drink, and now people are going crazy for it.If you try to order it and the barista doesn’t know what you’re talking about, just ask for the Strawberry Acai Refresher with coconut milk, and either strawberries or blackberries.It’ll probably wind up costing you about $5.last_img read more

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Dog People Have More Friends Than Cat People, But Watch Less Hip TV Shows

first_imgA new study looked at dog people and cat people on Facebook to find the biggest differences between them.  And . . . they mainly just confirmed some stereotypes.  Here are the four big things they found . . .1.  Dog people seem more excitable and emotional . . . and cat people seem moodier and a little smug.The words that dog people are much more likely to use include “excited,” “proud,” “blessed,” and “fabulous.”  Cat people’s top words are “tired,” “amused,” “annoyed,” “happy,” and “sad.”2.  Cat people watch hipper TV shows.  They’re more likely to watch anime, “Doctor Who”, and shows on Cartoon Network.  Dog people are more likely to watch “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Duck Dynasty”.3.  Dog people have an average of 26 more Facebook friends, but cat people get invited to more events.4.  And finally, cat people are more likely to be single than dog people, 30% to 24%.last_img read more

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Congratulations To WCU Graduates

first_imgRecognition for four graduating students with perfect GPAs, presentation of an award to one of the University of North Carolina System’s premier teachers, and the inspiring success stories of two other graduating students were among the highlights Friday and Saturday (May 10-11) as WCU held a trio of commencement exercises. Commencement for WCU’s Graduate School was held Friday night. Saturday included a morning ceremony for the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education and Allied Professions, and Belcher College of Fine and Performing Arts, followed by an afternoon commencement for the colleges of Business, Health and Human Sciences, and Engineering and Technology. All three ceremonies were presided over by WCU Interim Chancellor Alison Morrison-Shetlar, with Acting Provost Carol Burton presenting candidates for degrees. After grades from final exams are tallied and academic records finalized, WCU’s spring class, including recipients of both undergraduate and graduate degrees, is expected to total more than 1,650 graduates, which would be the largest class in university history and WCU’s eighth-straight record spring class.last_img read more

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Algorithmic Management: Algorithms That Can Manage People

first_imgAlgorithmic management is is a system where algorithms rather than humans decide how business operations should be performed. Charles Schwab and Uber are two companies that are already experimenting with the use of algorithmic decision making.Uber’s app, for example, controls the fares that drivers change and raises rates during busy periods. Drivers are automatically sent notifications when potential passengers are nearby.  The algorithms of Uber even create performance reports for its 200,000 drivers. Schwab is using algorithms to automatically manage portfolio investments.As algorithms become smarter it is increasingly likely that organizations will turn to algorithms to assist with management and decision making. The role of algorithms can be advisory. Hybrid decision making combines objective analysis from algorithms with heuristic input from humans.Peter Sondergaard, Gartner senior vice president, said that “algorithms define action. Amazon’s algorithm keeps you buying. Netflix keeps you watching. And newer algorithmic applications like Waze keep you moving. Algorithms define business. They encode the rules, the behaviours and the decision-making abilities into software. I now have so many smart devices, that the only thing is not smart, is me.”last_img read more

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Scotland good enough to take on any team, says coach Gregor Townsend

first_imgShare on Facebook … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We hope you will consider supporting us today. We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Six Nations Share on LinkedIn A difference this time is that Scotland, who a few years ago struggled to score tries, now bubble with daring and pace behind, conducted by Finn Russell at fly-half, a master at scenting opportunity in broken play. While last season’s captain, Greig Laidlaw, has recovered from injury to return to the squad, it may be a signal of Gregor Townsend’s intentions as head coach that John Barclay will lead the side against Wales, freeing the spontaneous Ali Price to continue in the No 9 jersey.“Energy is an important word that we use a lot,” says Townsend, who took over from Vern Cotter in the summer. “We want to bring it to our team meetings, have it in training and ensure that our players have the maximum levels of energy when we start the game in Cardiff. We have to build on what we achieved in the autumn, especially our last couple of games [against Australia and New Zealand] which will be fresh in our minds and which we have reviewed with the players.“We have to be ambitious. We believe we are good enough to take on any team in the world and we will have to be good with the second- and third-ranked teams in the world in the Six Nations [England and Ireland], along with Wales, who have won the tournament a number of times.” Share on Messenger news Topics Read more Warren Gatland raises Wales stake by playing club card against England Wales rugby union team Scotland rugby union team The Observer Unlike his recent predecessors, Townsend took over at a time when foundations had been laid and a leaky roof repaired. Cotter was statistically Scotland’s second-most successful coach, behind Sir Ian McGeechan in his first stint in charge, and their past two Six Nations campaigns have been the only ones when they have scored more points than they have conceded and the two when they have reached a century, 122 both years.“It is good that there are higher expectations on us,” says Townsend, who is without eight front-rowers for the Wales match. “When the players can reach them in certain games they get the belief that what they do on the field can lead to results.“The championship has changed since I was a player: it is huge, a proper world event and the best yearly tournament we have. Teams are looking to play faster rugby. Wales had the most passes of any team in the world in November so they are trying to move their game forward. The Scarlets have been comfortable playing rugby based on aggressive defence, trying to win the ball back and moving it from wherever. You have to adapt to whatever game the opposition puts in front of you.”center_img Six Nations 2018 Read more Rugby union Will Scotland be kingmakers or contenders in the Six Nations? The answer will be clearer on Saturday when they travel to Cardiff in the opening round.Scotland won the last Five Nations, in 1999, but since then their record in the tournament has rarely risen above the average and has too often been dire. They have won 24 of their 90 matches, 11 against Italy, and only twice have they won more games than they have lost, in 2006 and last year. Other than in Rome, they have recorded two away victories in 18 seasons, in Cardiff in 2002 and against Ireland at Croke Park eight years later.While last year’s home and away victories over Australia and a narrow defeat to New Zealand have seen them backed to finish at least in the top three, they have gone into past Six Nations campaigns armed with victories over major southern hemisphere nations – only to barely fire a shot. 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TCI Women can win 780000 contract CDB encourages gender equality

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, August 24, 2017 – Providenciales – Women are being encouraged to bid for the consultation job of assessing what the Turks and Caicos will need to build the proper sea defenses for three vulnerable islands.    When the #CDB Loan was moved in the House of Assembly on Monday by Premier and Finance Minister, Sharlene Robinson and seconded by Deputy Premier Sean Astwood it was explained that the bidding process specifically calls for there to be a demonstration of gender equality which means, the job could go as easily to a woman as it could to a man.“The objective this morning, Mr. Speaker, is to enhance the governments capability to protect and manage the Turks and Caicos Islands coastline.   These are climate resilient approaches which will incorporate social inclusiveness and gender equality principles.  We intend to achieve this through a preparation of a feasibility study.”Leeward and Long Bay member of  Parliament, Akierra Misick endorsed the loan during the contribution stage and called on the, at least two, qualified women in the Turks and Caicos, of whom she is aware, to please try to win the job.“Women if you’re listening, please bid when the time comes so we could ensure there’s gender equality in the consultation.”The loan is not for any construction as yet, it is for a technical assistance study and the total investment for the study is $780,250 as revealed by Finance Minister Robinson.    CDB will contribute $441,000 while the remainder will come from the Turks and Caicos Islands Government and the European Investment Bank.The terms of the loan were lauded too, interest at 3.3%, done in twenty payments to be made quarterly and with five years to pay, and an additional two years grace period if required for repayment of that loan.    The three islands to benefit from reinforced or new sea defenses are Grand Turk, Salt Cay and Providenciales.#MagneticMediaNews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more

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