HZJZ: Recommendation for work / stay on yachts, boats and other vessels during the epidemic COVID-19

first_imgPassenger records.  Crew health monitoring by daily temperature measurement.  The Croatian Institute of Public Health published recommendations for work / stay on yachts, boats and other vessels during the COVID-19 epidemic. Other recommendations as well as the procedure in case of symptoms indicative of COVID-19 can be found in the appendix. It is recommended that vessel personnel keep records of passenger contacts and passenger entries and exits, so that in case of detection of a sick person on board, territorially competent epidemiologists can identify and inform the patient’s contacts as soon as possible and implement measures to prevent further spread of infection. Before starting work, all crew members must measure their temperature in the morning and will not start working if it is higher than 37,2oC and / or they have respiratory problems. In case of fever and / or respiratory problems with or without fever, employees will contact the employer and the competent family doctor by phone and will not start working until the cause of respiratory disorders or fever is determined. Attachment: HZJZ: Recommendation for work / stay on yachts, boats and other vessels during the epidemic COVID-19last_img read more

Tapingo offers ‘secret menu’ for Seeds

first_imgSince 2013, USC students have become familiar with the bright orange colors and easy-to-use interface of the Tapingo app, which allows users to order food from numerous venues on and near campus. However, fewer students know they can order from a secret menu at Seeds Marketplace, available only through the app.Showing up as a bright red asterisk on a white background, the logo of the Seeds Secret Menu directs students to choose from several sausage options that are not available in the usual menu of the Seeds Marketplace. Dishes such as Bavarian Bratwurst, Herb Chicken Basil Sausage and Spicy Orleans Sausage are all available for pickup.David Corral, assistant director of hospitality for USC Auxiliary Services, said in an email to the Daily Trojan that this decision is due to the desire to attract students to Seeds through the commonly used Tapingo app.“[The goal] is to create a certain cool factor with our guests and a sense of underground knowledge,” Corral said. “We feel the offerings deliver a different-than-usual menu offering.”The USC Hospitality team, Corral said, was looking for a way to enhance the student experience beyond the traditional brick-and-mortar presence of the Seeds Marketplace, located in the University Park Campus at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center, as well as at the Health Sciences Campus in the Soto Street Building. Seeds focuses on offering artisan salads, sandwiches and on-the-go entrees, as well as healthy snack options for students across both campuses.“We gave ourselves a challenge of how we can create the best USC experience,” Corral said. “We felt providing a secret menu on the go will deliver on that challenge.”The Seeds Secret Menu currently offers combo options, which include a drink with the meal for an extra dollar. Alongside this innovation, however, Corral said that there “is a possibility” that further expansion will take place in the future.“We are always developing new items and new ideas,” Corral said of the Hospitality team.Though the Seeds Secret Menu is still new and most students are unaware of the options it offers, Corral said that the student response has been largely positive. This is driven, according to Corral, by guests who are “looking for something new,” and finding it at Seeds.last_img read more

LA Lakers’ Byron Scott to field same starting lineup in second preseason game vs. Utah

first_imgHONOLULU >> The lineup combinations remain fluid. It likely will stay that way until the training camp concludes at the end of October.Yet, Lakers coach Byron Scott said he “wouldn’t mind” if his starting lineup featured D’Angelo Russell (point guard), Jordan Clarkson (shooting guard), Kobe Bryant (small forward), Julius Randle (power forward) and Roy Hibbert (center). Scott plans to feature that lineup for the second consecutive game when the Lakers play the Utah Jazz on Tuesday at Stan Sheriff Center.“That group is a very good group,” Scott said following practice on Monday. “It’s very young. You have two veterans out there in Kobe and Roy. But I would love for this group to take it to the next level. The only way they can do that is by playing together a little bit more in game situations and in practice.”Bryant sounded intrigued about the lineup’s potential, too. After the Lakers’ 90-71 preseason loss to Utah on Sunday, Bryant argued “the pieces complement each other extremely well.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “It’s not horrible,” Brown said. “I want to take precaution. So I sat out. But it’s not horrible.”Brown’s instincts turned out correct. An MRI revealed a right shoulder strain, though the results came out negative. The Lakers have listed Brown to play Tuesday against Utah. Brown’s injury sparked confusion on how it happened. Scott believed Brown ran into a legal screen that reserve center Robert Sacre set, something he denied. Russell recalled it was Hibbert, who cited faulty memory.Brown did not offer any specifics. But he focused more of his anxiety on his training camp. He posted three points on 1-of-3 shooting and five fouls in 12 minutes against Utah. Brown also has defended Bryant, Metta World Peace, Nick Young and Lou Williams in practice.“Metta is a tank. He’s more brute strength and plays bully ball,” said Brown, whom the Lakers selected 34th overall. “Kobe has more skill. But they’re both extremely hard to guard.”How so?“They both know how to get fouled,” Brown said. “They can shoot in your face. The biggest thing is it doesn’t matter how close you are. They shoot the same shot. It doesn’t matter how much you contest. If Kobe misses it, it’s because he missed it. It’s not because you played good defense.”center_img The Lakers drafted Russell with the No. 2 pick because of his playmaking. Clarkson morphed from last year’s 46th pick to a member of the NBA’s All-Rookie team because of his scoring. Bryant’s resume speaks for itself, though concerns linger on whether he can stay healthy following three season-ending injuries in consecutive seasons. The Lakers remain intrigued with Randle’s versatility as a bruiser and playmaker missing nearly his entire rookie season because of a fractured right tibia. The Lakers acquired Hibbert from Indiana in hopes he can revamp the Lakers’ defense. Does Scott feel hesitant to rely on so many young players?“Not really,” Scott said. “If they’re good, it doesn’t really matter.”Nursing the pain The ice bag stayed firmly wrapped on Anthony Brown’s right shoulder. Lakers trainer Gary Vitti stood nearby finalizing plans for Brown to receive an MRI at a nearby hospital after the Lakers’ rookie small forward bumped his shoulder through a hard screen.last_img read more