Monday, December 3, 2012
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Thursday, November 29, 2012
As you can imagine, goldmines are hot spots for hazards and crime. Just like a bank, a gold mine can become a major target for terrorists and thieves. Therefore, a great deal of goldmine security is required to make sure these mines are not robbed of their precious commodities.
Whether you realized it or not, goldmines are vulnerable to threats created by angry employees, dishonesty of workers, terrorism, and vandalism. Hence, security requires much more than a “No Trespassing” sign. Effective goldmine security can be accomplished through the use of a 24-hour dispatch center or management team. This means bodyguards, security guards, and personal agents with top qualified credentials.
Take for example, the Kisladag goldmine in Turkey. It is surrounded by 18 kilometers of fencing to keep people from entering the premises and to avoid hazards from injuring innocent passer-bys. Extra precautions are exercised by allowing only authorized personnel into the security area. It’s not too likely there will be a school field trip here.
What measures are taken to enforce goldmine security here? Each officer verifies his identity and all possessions he brings in that may cause accidental ignition, which are to be left in the office. Accessories such as cell phones, radios, and other forms of communication equipment along with cigarette lighters are not allowed into the goldmine. Anybody that enters the storage area must put both hands onto a copper plate to ground themselves from static.
The room subject to the greatest goldmine security is the “Gold Room” often referred to as the Absorption Desorption Recovery (ADR) room. Here, the gold bars are made and prepared for shipping. Only a few employees are permitted to enter this room, but visitors may only enter if the general manager along with one other senior manager grants them permission. More than one signature is required to allow an outsider to enter.
Upon entering, all persons must undergo the scanning process. Each is thoroughly searched and scanned when entering and when departing the premises. A security officer uses as many as 43 cameras to monitor the activity inside and outside of the ADR room. In addition to the fencing, another security guard stands outside the gate. Even after the gold bars are shipped, similar high-level security procedures are in place.
Working in a goldmine is very much like working in a place where currency is printed. Protecting stacks of paper bills from being taken, a great amount of security is required. Stealing a bar of gold may be tempting, especially to employees who are experiencing financial difficulties in their lives. Don’t think you can just slip a few hundred dollar bills into your pocket and walk out without anyone noticing. Wherever you go within the premises, your actions are recorded on camera. And remember, not even the security guards are allowed to steal any of the gold. If they try, it will cost them their jobs.
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Wednesday, September 21, 2011
CBC Books wants to know from you which books would be on your shortlist. Send your top five picks to the CBC and you could win some fantastic prizes!
How to participate:
Check out this year's longlist and tell the CBC which five books should be included in the Scotiabank Giller Prize shortlist and your reasons why.
If you post your complete answer in the comments section (link below) by Sept. 30, you'll have a chance to win great prizes. The CBC is presenting:
•A weekly draw for a Kobo eReader, courtesy of Kobo, along with a $50 gift card to Chapters Indigo, courtesy of Scotiabank
•A weekly draw for a set of the longlisted books
•A grand prize draw for a $1,000 gift certificate to Chapters Indigo so you can build your dream home library courtesy of Scotiabank!
So Select Your Shortlist for a chance to win!
The 2011 Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist
The Antagonist by Lynn Coady
The Beggar's Garden by Michael Christie
Better Living Through Plastic Explosives by Zsuzsi Gartner
The Cat's Table by Michael Ondaatje
Extensions by Myrna Dey*
The Free World by David Bezmozgis
A Good Man by Guy Vanderhaeghe
Half-Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan
Into the Heart of the Country by Pauline Holdstock
The Little Shadows by Marina Endicott
The Meagre Tarmac by Clark Blaise
Monoceros by Suzette Mayr
The Return by Dany Laferrière
The Sisters Brothers by Patrick DeWitt
Solitaria by Genni Gunn
Touch by Alexi Zentner
A World Elsewhere by Wayne Johnston
For the Select Your Shortlist rules and regulations
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Sunday, July 3, 2011
The lessons include a written transcript - info before the listening and after the listening section.
Arctic Winter Games: Olympics of the North
Canadian Doctor in China: Dr. Norman Bethune
Maple Syrup: A taste of Canada
D-Day Beaches: Canada and the end of the war
Making Laws in Canada: The capital punishment debate
Environment vs. Jobs: Inside the debate
Brushes with Royalty: Canada's Queen
Louis Riel and his Role in Canadian History
Terry Fox: A Marathon of Hope
Women in the Workforce: The influence of the Second World War
Link to the lessons:
Partners who assisted the lesson development: CBC Radio, CBC Archives, Ottawa Catholic and Carleton District School Board, OCISO, Carlton University,