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Τηλεοπτική κάλυψη στο σύνολο της ελληνικής επικράτειας μέσω της εξασφάλισης της πρόσβασης των μόνιμων κατοίκων των περιοχών εκτός κάλυψης στους ελληνικούς τηλεοπτικούς σταθμούς ελεύθερης λήψης και εθνικής εμβέλειας

Τηλεοπτική κάλυψη στο σύνολο της ελληνικής επικράτειας μέσω της εξασφάλισης της πρόσβασης των μόνιμων κατοίκων των περιοχών εκτός κάλυψης στους ελληνικούς τηλεοπτικούς σταθμούς ελεύθερης λήψης και εθνικής εμβέλειας

Σε 24 δευτερόλεπτα τα έβαλε όλα και πήρε 25.000 δολάρια!

Όταν είσαι «χεράς» στο μπάσκετ, ακόμη κι αν δεν είσαι επαγγελματίας, καλό είναι να το εκμεταλλεύεσαι. Είτε για να νικάς τους φίλους σου όταν παίζετε παρέα, είτε για να βγάζεις 25.000 δολάρια, όπως έκανε ο Κάιλ Κίσνικ, φοιτητής στο Texas A&M International University.Ο εν λόγω νεαρός κύριος, λοιπόν, μέσα σε 24 δευτερόλεπτα κατάφερε να πετύχει λέι απ, βολή, τρίποντο και σουτ πίσω από το κέντρο, για να… παντελονιάσει ένα διόλου ευκαταφρόνητο ποσό. Φανταζόμαστε ότι ο Στεφ Κάρι ένα μικρό αίσθημα ζήλιας για την ευστοχία του Κάιλ θα την ένιωσε.Δείτε την τρομερή ευστοχία του φοιτητή:[embedded content]ΚΑΝΤΕ LIKE ΣΤΟ NEWSBEAST.GRLet's block ads! (Why?)

NRC Proposes $145,000 Penalty for Southern Nuclear Operating Co.

NRC Proposes $145,000 Penalty for Southern Nuclear Operating Co.Southern Nuclear Operating Co. has taken a number of corrective actions, including procedure revisions, additional training and oversight, and disciplinary action for the employees who entered false data indicating they had completed equipment data checks and area inspections.Feb 23, 2018The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Feb. 21 that its staff is proposing a $145,000 civil penalty against Southern Nuclear Operating Co. for violations at the company's Vogtle nuclear power plant near Waynesboro, Ga., because plant employees did not complete required rounds to check equipment and plant conditions but provided inaccurate documentation indicating they had done so.The power plant is located about 26 miles southeast of Augusta. The violations, identified during an NRC inspection, occurred from August to October 2016. An NRC investigation completed in August 2017 found that on multiple occasions during that period, at least 13 system operators failed to complete their rounds as required by plant procedures but entered data in an electronic log indicating they had completed the equipment status checks and area inspections."Outside rounds are conducted for a variety of reasons, including the early identification, trending, and correction of degraded, abnormal, or undesirable plant conditions. In this case, however, this vital function was intentionally precluded by the deliberate misconduct," NRC said its its letter to the company. The federal agency said its review showed there were no actual safety consequences, adding that it "is unaware of any equipment issues or conditions missed during the time the rounds were not completed."Southern Nuclear Operating Co. has taken a number of corrective actions, including procedure revisions, additional training and oversight, and disciplinary action for the individuals involved. The company has 30 days to pay the fine or protest it.Let's block ads! (Why?)

Alaska Public Health Updates Vaccination Advisory

Alaska Public Health Updates Vaccination AdvisoryWith 214 confirmed and 33 probable cases having been reported to the Alaska Section of Epidemiology since the mumps outbreak started in Anchorage last summer, the state says any Alaska resident who would like additional protection against mumps is eligible to receive a third dose of the MMR vaccine.Feb 23, 2018The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services' Division of Public Health issued a revised vaccination advisory on Feb. 21 to provide updated guidance for the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine during an ongoing mumps outbreak. The outbreak began in Anchorage last summer and so far, 214 confirmed and 33 probable cases have been reported to the Alaska Section of Epidemiology, and there is no sign the outbreak is slowing down, according to the agency."Because we are beginning to see cases identified in communities outside of Anchorage, it is becoming ever more difficult to determine who is at increased risk for acquiring mumps and thus who should receive a third dose of MMR vaccine. As such, per the updated recommendations below, any Alaska resident who would like additional protection against mumps during the current outbreak, regardless of where they live in Alaska, is now eligible to receive a third dose of the MMR vaccine," the advisory states.Updated from a release in December 2017, it says health care providers should ensure that all patients are up to date on their MMR vaccination per the routine Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices schedule; two doses of MMR vaccine should be routinely administered to all children, starting with the first dose at age 12 through 15 months and the second dose at age 4 through 6 years before school entry.School-age children aged 4 or older years and selected adults born during or after 1957 who are at high risk of mumps exposure (i.e., health care personnel, international travelers, and students at post-high school educational institutions) and who has received only one dose of MMR should be given a second dose.For those who participate in any group setting (e.g., daycare, work, school, church) statewide where mumps is currently circulating (such as a recent case in a classmate or a co-worker) or for Anchorage residents who self-identify as being Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander:A second dose of MMR is recommended for persons who have had one dose of MMR that was administered at least four weeks ago, including children aged 1-4 years.A third dose of MMR is recommended for persons who have had a second dose that was administered at least five years ago.Any Alaska resident who would like to have additional protection against mumps during the current outbreak may receive a third dose of MMR vaccine if it has been at least five years since their second dose.The Section of Epidemiology's mumps webpage is available at http://www.mumps.dhss.alaska.gov.Let's block ads! (Why?)

New Executive Director Joins CSB

New Executive Director Joins CSB"Steve's investigative experience, together with his leadership experience in both the government and private sector, will be a tremendous asset to leading our investigations and recommendations division," CSB Chairperson Vanessa Allen Sutherland said.Feb 23, 2018The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board announced Stephen J. Klejst is the agency's new executive director. Klejst, who will lead the agency's investigations and recommendations staff, joins CSB after nearly a decade with the National Transportation Safety Board, where he was deputy managing director and director of the agency's railroad, pipeline and hazardous materials division.During his tenure with the NTSB, Klejst headed the NTSB investigation of major pipeline accidents, including the explosion of a major natural gas line in San Bruno, Calif., and the rupture of a hazardous liquid transmission line in Marshall, Mich., according to CSB's Feb. 21 announcement. Before joining the NTSB, Klejst had an executive career in the passenger railroad industry. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in chemistry and holds a master of science in management degree from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J."We are excited to have Steve joining the leadership team of the agency," CSB Chairperson Vanessa Allen Sutherland said. "Steve's investigative experience, together with his leadership experience in both the government and private sector, will be a tremendous asset to leading our investigations and recommendations division."Let's block ads! (Why?)

Πυροσβέστης κάνει ενόργανη φορώντας ολόκληρο τον εξοπλισμό του

Ένας 29χρονος πυροσβέστης από τη Βραζιλία κατάφερε να γίνει viral, όταν φορώντας τον βαρύ εξοπλισμό του έκανε μερικές ασκήσεις... ενόργανης στηριζόμενος σε μια μάνικα.Μόλις τελείωσε, καταχειροκροτήθηκε από τους συναδέλφους του που αποφάσισαν να το ανεβάσουν στο ΥouΤube.[embedded content]ΚΑΝΤΕ LIKE ΣΤΟ NEWSBEAST.GRLet's block ads! (Why?)