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Havila Borg Outbound from Aberdeen [03:03]
Havila Borg outbound from the Port of Aberdeen, Scotland on 13th May 2010. Shiptype Platform Supply Ship IMO 9430753 MMSI 257431000 Call Sign LNNK3 Flag Norway Port of Registry Fosnavaag Owner : Havship III DA - Norway Operator: Havila Shipping ASA - Norway Built: 2009-11 in Portugal (Hull) Yard/hull No.: (85) 2009-11 Solstrand AS - Tomrefjord Yard/hull No.: 85 Newbuilding price $31470000 Length Overall 78.600 Length (BP) 69.000 Breadth Moulded 17.600 Draught 6.500 Depth 7.700 Gross Tonnage (GT) 2933 Net Tonnage (NT) 991 Deadweight (DWT) 3790 Compensated Gross Tonnage (CGT) 6494 Formula Deadweight 4128 Main Engine: 4 diesel electric oil engines driving 4 generators each 1300kW ac connected to 2 electric motors of (1600kW) integrally geared to driving 2 Azimuth electric drive units Total Power: Mcr 5520kW (7504hp), Csr 4488kW (6100hp) Service Speed: 15.00kts Design: MTU, Engine Builder: MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH - Friedrichshafen 4 x 12V4000M60, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, Vee 12 Cy. 165 x 190, Mcr: 1380 kW (1876 hp) at 1800 rpm Thrusters: 1 Tunnel thruster (f) 880kW(1196bhp) , 1 Tunnel thruster (a) 880kW(1196bhp)
Tags: Havila Borg, Platform Supply Ship, Offshore, Oli, Ship, Aberdeen, Scotland, Ellwood, Steve Ellwood, IMO 9430753, MMSI 257431000, Call Sign LNNK3, Norway, Fosnavaag, Havship III DA, Havila Shipping ASA, Solstrand AS
Partnership working in early years and young people services - Care Accolades 2010 [03:57]
The Prepare Team - City of Edinburgh Council Children and Families Department Partner organisations: NHS Lothian PrePare is a multi-disciplinary team co-located within a child and family centre in the city of Edinburgh. In Edinburgh many babies each year are born with the effects of substances to which they are exposed before birth. Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and Foetal Alcohol Syndrome have many devastating and complicated effects on children after birth and throughout their lives. The dynamic, creative, imaginative and enthusiastic team have worked with 172 women since July 2006 aiming to maximise the health and wellbeing of pregnant women who have substance misuse difficulties. The aim is to support children at the earliest point, to give them the best chance when beginning their lives. Barnardo's Works - Barnardo's Scotland Partner organisations: Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) Barnardo's Works is an innovative and successful programme that allows disadvantaged young people to achieve independent employment. Since 2007 Barnardo's Scotland has worked with Scottish and Southern Energy to offer jobs in a wider range of industry sectors, which has resulted in the sharing of skills, knowledge and resources from two different agencies, each playing to their strength. The programme matches the skills and talents of young people to the needs of participating employers and young people are supported to overcome barriers to employment and access jobs that enable a route ...
Tags: early years, young people services, day care of children, care accolades 2010, sssc, city of edinburgh council, NHS lothian, Prepare team, barnardos works, barnardos scotland, barnardos, scottish and souther energy, strathclyde police
Team of the year in Scotland - Care Accolades 2010 [05:26]
Oversteps Charter Mark Award - CrossReach - Oversteps Oversteps is a beautiful care home situated in Dornock set in its own private grounds, overlooking Dornock beach. Oversteps is part of CrossReach, offering care to 24 very special people who use services. There is 35 staff employed in Oversteps with everyone working extremely hard to offer the highest quality of care to the people who use the service. Staff learn new skills in an endeavour to keep improving the service for 24 much-loved clients and to increase the excellent reputation. Aberdeen Social Enterprises - Turning Point Scotland Aberdeen Social Enterprises (a Turning Point Scotland service) team is fully committed to promoting the independence of individuals who are disadvantaged in the labour market through the provision of training, work experience and employment. Dedicated to reducing the enterprise dependency on funding, staff go the extra mile to enhance business opportunities and save money. The team of nine support up to 50 people who use services at a time within four distinct enterprises - a craft workshop, a framing workshop, gift shop and café. Each member of the team brings their own special talents and a true passion for supporting people. In the last year, despite the economic downturn, the business has generated substantial income, improved the mental well being of their people who use services and encouraged partnerships with local businesses, education providers, job centres and health care ...
Tags: care accolades, sssc, oversteps, crossreach, charter mark award, aberdeen social enterprises, turning point scotland, community alternatives, north lanarkshire council, social work, social care, social work services
Putting personalisation into practice - Care Accolades 2010 [04:31]
Meadowview - A Partnership in Practice in Transition to Adult Services - North Ayrshire Council Meadowview is a unique service, home to four young people who have profound and multiple learning disabilities and complex health needs. Friends at the same residential school, where trained nurses and therapists met their complex needs had to change to adult services once they turned 18. North Ayrshire Council, the local Community Learning and Disability Team and the provider formed a partnership to engage with the young people and their families. This resulted in the four friends sharing a home, Meadowview, just like other young people. Getting a life, not a service - ENABLE Scotland 'Getting a Life Not a Service' is the theme of ENABLE Scotland's strategy that sets out to work in partnership with local authorities, people who have learning disabilities and their families to achieve personalised support. The strategy has empowered 600 people who have learning disabilities and their families to participate in debate and discussion on personalisation through conferences and events. As part of the strategy, we worked with the Scottish Government pilot in East Glasgow CHCP. Working with six willing individuals to develop support plans with clear outcomes, and to use their individual budgets to achieve those outcomes. People involved in the pilot have benefited from increased choice and control over how they are supported and some have chosen alternatives to traditional paid ...
Tags: Meadowview, personalisation, care, social care, care accolades, sssc, north ayrshire council, enable scotland, getting a life not a service
Road Trips in Scotland - Harthill to Hamilton Part 1 [06:18]
A journey from Harthill Services on the M8 to Hamilton to deliver a BMW 525D. Continued in Part Two.
Tags: road, trips, scotland, harthill, m8, hamilton, driving, bmw, 525, scottish, scenery