Frustration In Nursing A great deal of frustration in nursing still exists in today's world. Covid19 has not helped matters at all. I know that it is only natural that you experience frustration in probably any industry or profession. Healthcare is one where it needs to be resolved. There is a large amount of anecdotal … Continue reading Frustration In Nursing And Aged Care Professions
According to the announcement this morning it sounds like the death of Qantas is imminent. The loss of 6000 jobs will hit the Australian economy hard. There are loud cries of this news being "UnAustralian".
Make UK is calling on government to extend the furlough scheme for manufacturers so that they can scale up operations once Covid-19 restrictions ease. This is one part of a three-point plan drawn up by the manufacturers association intended to help the sector recover following the Covid-19 crisis. Other measures (see below) include boosting economic … Continue reading Make UK draw up three-point plan for recovery
Engineers at the University of Sheffield AMRC are using 3D printing and laser cutting to make up to 1,000 face visors per week for frontline NHS workers in the city. Daniel Tomlinson, Project Engineer at the AMRC Design and Prototyping Group, wearing one of the finished face visors (Image: AMRC) The national call to produce … Continue reading AMRC answers call for frontline NHS face visors
Amazon is changing how it identifies sick warehouse workers. The Jeff Bezos-owned e-commerce giant installed thermal cameras in a handful of its shipping facilities, Reuters reported. Half a dozen warehouses around Los Angeles and Seattle have been equipped with the technology, intended to streamline the process of figuring out who has a fever. Amazon previously … Continue reading Amazon scans warehouse workers for fevers using thermal cameras