According to Fay-Marie Browne, Deputy Principal Training Officer with the TAD, these improvements have been three years in the making, and are all being done as the TAD endeavours to provide the public service with timely, relevant, cost-effective training and training-related services. Her comments came as she delivered welcome remarks at the TADs 50th Anniversary event dubbed Chapter 50: Entering the E-Environment at the Hilton Hotel. Browne told the audience that the website will allow members of the public service to view, access services and conduct business with the Division. She added that it is intended that through the use of the website, they will facilitate the application processes for subscription to training courses, study and training leave. Referring to the virtual classroom component, she explained that it is expected to not only widen the TADs reach in terms of public officers accessing learning, but she insisted it presents an alternative mode for the delivery of learning that will cater to all learning needs. Moreover, she said the mobile app will facilitate greater and easier access to the TADs training products, both local in-service and overseas offers. With that in mind, the Deputy Principal Training Officer announced that the TAD has partnered with the Higher Education Development Unit within the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation to utilise that Units MOODLE online platform TRIDENT learning to host the Divisions online learning courses. Furthermore, yesterday, officials from the entities signed a Memorandum of Understanding to solidify the relationship. Moreover, she said that as the TAD celebrates its golden jubilee, it is First Aid Training also currently creating and seeking to implement a competency framework. This framework, will inform decision-making with respect to matters regarding human resource management and development. Additionally, the framework would be supported by the corresponding development of National Public Service Occupational Standards and competency-based learning interventions.
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Sparks and control room operator/foreman Jeff Music then discovered that Matthews had fallen 18 feet from the top of the filter press onto the conveyor belt below, traveled 55 feet on that belt and then fallen another 10 feet onto a refuse-collection belt. He was found lodged in the bin located on that refuse-collection belt, the report said. Thats where they found him, Ben Hamilton, a state district mine safety inspector, told board members Monday. He was in a bin. Coal had come down and covered him, approximately neck height. Inspectors issued five notices of violation. Two of them concerned failing to implement a comprehensive mine safety program by not providing training records for Matthews and Sparks. Two others said the operator had failed to ensure that employees wear safety harnesses and that all ladders be properly secured. A fifth notice said the operator did not report to the state, in writing and within 24 hours, the full details of the accident. Investigators also issued a special assessed notice of violation that said the mine operator had failed to ensure compliance with a rule that repairs and maintenance not be performed on equipment until the power is off and the equipment is blocked against motion. The report said that, in this instance, the power was on to the filter press and the conveyor belt was in operation at the time of the fatality.