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Putrajaya, Malaysia

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Putrajaya, Malaysia

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Many were impressed with the new cleaning and cutting area as well as the large auction with its own ice plant. The fully air conditioned odour controlled environment improves working conditions for the traders who spend all day at their stalls. The new state of the art facilities help improve efficiency and lead to less waste of produce with chiller and freezer facilities for vegetables, fish and meat. Fishermen can now unload direct from their dhows at the pontoons with the freshest fish being delivered direct from the sea. The new modernised facilities help small businesses improve their productivity enabling them to react better to increased footfall. The move from Deira Fish Market to Waterfront Market will be a smooth transition for all traders with steps being put in place to ensure continuity. Waterfront Market carries on the legacy of the Deira Fish Market, which traces its history back to the very early days of Dubai. To ensure that the traders' needs are taken care of, a new committee has been established. Under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid AlMaktoum, Ruler of Dubai, decree number 65 was issued on April 16, 2017, to facilitate the smooth transition from the Deira Fish Market to the Waterfront Market before July 9, 2017. Mr. Abdulla Al Qubaisi, Head of the Committee explained it's role "The Committee represents various government organisations: Dubai Municipality, Investment Corporation of Dubai, Dubai Police, and Fishermen Association who are working together to support the traders in their move to the new market. The Committee is working in conjunction with the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs and the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation amongst others to provide a smooth transition". For more information please visit http://www.waterfrontmarket.ae For Directions please click here https://goo.gl/maps/QN5KHuTuu212 Ithra Dubai LLC is wholly owned by Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD), the principal investment arm of the Government of Dubai. Ithra Dubai will develop and manage real estate projects in Dubai and around the globe. Ithra Dubai projects serve a higher purpose, that of the enrichment of society. Each project aims to empower and enable people whether in education, trade or inclusive housing developments. Ithra Dubai was set up to strengthen the fabric of society and to future-proof Dubai. Some of Ithra Dubai's strategic projects include Deira Enrichment project, One Za'abeel and the Waterfront Market.


Many were impressed with the new cleaning and cutting area as well as the large auction with its own ice plant. The fully air conditioned odour controlled environment improves working conditions for the traders who spend all day at their stalls. The new state of the art facilities help improve efficiency and lead to less waste of produce with chiller and freezer facilities for vegetables, fish and meat. Fishermen can now unload direct from their dhows at the pontoons with the freshest fish being delivered direct from the sea. The new modernised facilities help small businesses improve their productivity enabling them to react better to increased footfall. The move from Deira Fish Market to Waterfront Market will be a smooth transition for all traders with steps being put in place to ensure continuity. Waterfront Market carries on the legacy of the Deira Fish Market, which traces its history back to the very early days of Dubai. To ensure that the traders' needs are taken care of, a new committee has been established. Under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid AlMaktoum, Ruler of Dubai, decree number 65 was issued on April 16, 2017, to facilitate the smooth transition from the Deira Fish Market to the Waterfront Market before July 9, 2017. Mr. Abdulla Al Qubaisi, Head of the Committee explained it's role "The Committee represents various government organisations: Dubai Municipality, Investment Corporation of Dubai, Dubai Police, and Fishermen Association who are working together to support the traders in their move to the new market. The Committee is working in conjunction with the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs and the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation amongst others to provide a smooth transition". For more information please visit http://www.waterfrontmarket.ae For Directions please click here https://goo.gl/maps/QN5KHuTuu212 Ithra Dubai LLC is wholly owned by Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD), the principal investment arm of the Government of Dubai. Ithra Dubai will develop and manage real estate projects in Dubai and around the globe. Ithra Dubai projects serve a higher purpose, that of the enrichment of society. Each project aims to empower and enable people whether in education, trade or inclusive housing developments. Ithra Dubai was set up to strengthen the fabric of society and to future-proof Dubai. Some of Ithra Dubai's strategic projects include Deira Enrichment project, One Za'abeel and the Waterfront Market.


Indivumed, GmbH (Indivumed), a world leader in precision oncology headquartered in Hamburg, Germany and The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM), the country's premier academic research institution, announced today a collaboration to support the first Indian national cancer data base and biobank for use in precision cancer research. IITM and Indivumed signed an agreement with an initial three-year term. The collaboration will include collection of many types of cancer, such as lung, breast, colorectal and pancreatic, to name a few. Initially physicians and patients residing within the state of Tamil Nadu with an approximate population of more than 78 million will be provided the opportunity to participate, with the hopes to expand the collection throughout the country. IITM will join a worldwide network of clinical and research institutions within Germany, Poland and the United States, enabling researchers to access a multi-national biobank of specimens and annotated clinical data collected and preserved under Indivumed unique scientific standards. "Partnering with IITM is an exciting expansion of the Indivumed mission to impact precision medicine in cancer on a global scale," said Hartmut Juhl, MD, founder and CEO of Indivumed. "With world class scientists and state-of-the-art technology, IITM is well positioned to advance cancer research. Our institutions have a shared commitment to attaining individualized cancer diagnosis and treatment for every patient based on reliable clinical data and molecularly intact biospecimens," Juhl went on to say. Prof. Bhaskar Ramamurthi, Director, IIT Madras said of this collaboration, "Indivumed is a world leader in tissue collection and preservation and will drive meaningful innovation for physicians, patients and researchers. By participating in the Indivumed research network, we will join with the global scientific community to fight cancer and have access to a critical mass of biological samples and clinical data for use in unique clinical research for our community. IITM is committed to being on the cutting-edge of precision medicine for personalized cancer treatment." "The collection and preservation of human tissue is vital to enable the most impactful medical research," commented Dr. S. Mahalingam, Professor in the Department of Biotechnology at the Bhupat and Jyoti Mehta School of Biosciences and Faculty-in-charge of National Cancer Tissue Biobank. "Importantly", Mahalingam said, "The partnership with Indivumed will provide our team access to its internationally leading biobanking standards, enabling the preservation of the molecular profile of cancer patients to allow for a better understanding of the interaction between genetic changes (DNA mutations) and cell biology, an essential ingredient to developing targeted cancer therapies." IIT Madras is one among the foremost institutes of national importance in higher technological education, basic and applied research. In 1956, the German Government offered technical assistance for establishing an institute of higher education in engineering in India. The first Indo-German agreement in Bonn, West Germany for the establishment of the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras was signed in 1959. IIT Madras is a residential institute with nearly 600 faculty, 9000 students and more than 1500 administrative & supporting staff and is a self-contained campus located in a beautiful wooded land of about 250 hectares. It has established itself as a premier centre for teaching, research and industrial consultancy in the country. The Institute has sixteen academic/research departments and many national as well as international advanced research centres/facilities in various disciplines of engineering and pure sciences. IIT Madras jointly with the Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India established the first National Cancer Tissue Biobank facility. A faculty of international repute, a brilliant student community, excellent technical & supporting staff and an effective administration have all contributed to the pre-eminent status of IIT Madras. The campus is located in the city of Chennai, previously known as Madras. Chennai is the state capital of Tamil Nadu, a southern state in India. IITM has been ranked #1 amongst research and teaching institutions in Engineering in the India Rankings 2016 released by the National Institutional Ranking Framework, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India- https://www.nirfindia.org/engg INDIVUMED, an ISO certified global oncology research company based in Hamburg, Germany, has established the world's leading Cancer Database and biobank, retaining unique patterns of biomolecules such as RNA, DNA, and proteins as they existed in the human body. This Cancer Database makes possible multi-omics capabilities that will allow for characterization of samples and data such as whole genome gene expression analysis, expression analysis of cancer relevant proteins, expression analysis of cancer relevant phosphoproteins and bioinformatic solutions for integrating molecular, biological and clinical information. Indivumed's products and services allow for in-depth understanding of the underlying mechanisms of a patient's cancer, addressing important demands in translational research and molecular diagnostics to support implementation of personalized healthcare. For more information, please visit http://www.indivumed.com


Daud R.,Ministry of Human Resources | Ismail M.,University Putra Malaysia | Omar Z.,University Putra Malaysia
Industrial Health | Year: 2010

Competencies of occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals have become a concern due to the significance of safety management in the field of safety engineering. The purpose of this article is to identify competencies needed by OSH professionals. These competencies are required by professionals in administrating and enforcing legislations related to OSH in Malaysia. This study used Delphi technique in three rounds of data collection. The benefits of this research approach are the use of experts in gaining opinions without time and geographical restraints. The results show 25 generic competencies with combinations of cognitive, interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies and 33 functional or specific competencies including knowledge and skills needed by OSH professionals. Both generic and functional competencies are also divided into threshold and differentiating competencies that would be used to differentiate average and excellent performance of OSH professionals.


Zeti K.,Ministry of Human Resources | Faieza A.A.,University Putra Malaysia
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2014

Technical training instructors play an important role in shaping students with value of employability and high workability. Human capital development of vocational instructors produce quality students who fulfil industrial requirements and in line with the national agenda towards highly skilled workers. Based on the Malaysia's Development Plan of Occupational Skill, the issues and challenges that have been identified in producing skilled workers development is a matter of less competent trainers in interpersonal and technical skills. The objective of this study was to identify and analyze the development of technical instructor for giving consultancy services to the industry. Development of technical training instructors have been formulated through Community Employment Support Services to build collaboration between the community, technical institutes and industry using three main concept or tools: Employment Support, 5S Kaizen and Curriculum Development Based on Ability Structure. The role of employers in providing training and education to employees is vital in establishing career development of employees. Employers who contributed to their employees' training funds through Human Resources Development Council would provide opportunities to increase the skills of workers. The biggest impact on high skills is customer satisfaction and increase in organizational productivity. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.


Siswanto W.A.,University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia | Sharafuddin R.Y.,Ministry of Human Resources | Paruka P.,Kolej Komuniti Tawau
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2012

Testing material specimen on impact using high speed puncture machine can be used to observe the ability of material to withstand under a certain impact speed by looking at the energy required to tear the material. Other detail parameters such as stress, strain and tearing development on impact cannot be seen or measured. This paper presents a finite element method approach to see the strain history and the tearing sequence that cannot be obtained during impact puncture testing of plastic material (Polyethylene Terephthalate / PET). Simulations in different speed; 10 m/s (36 km/h) and 20 m/s (72 km/h) are performed employing a dynamic-explicit Impact finite element program suite. The simulations are able to capture the tearing process, to see the strain histories of tearing region and to predict the tearing pattern. The tearing pattern simulation results are verified by comparing with that from experiment.


PubMed | Ministry of Human Resources
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Industrial health | Year: 2010

Competencies of occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals have become a concern due to the significance of safety management in the field of safety engineering. The purpose of this article is to identify competencies needed by OSH professionals. These competencies are required by professionals in administrating and enforcing legislations related to OSH in Malaysia. This study used Delphi technique in three rounds of data collection. The benefits of this research approach are the use of experts in gaining opinions without time and geographical restraints. The results show 25 generic competencies with combinations of cognitive, interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies and 33 functional or specific competencies including knowledge and skills needed by OSH professionals. Both generic and functional competencies are also divided into threshold and differentiating competencies that would be used to differentiate average and excellent performance of OSH professionals.

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