Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Submitted image.GERRY – Heritage Ministries and Lutheran of Jamestown are working together to follow New York’s new nursing home testing mandates.The two elderly care facilities will soon deploy new mobile testing booths created by Heritage’s Vice President of Facilities and local business D & S Glass.The booths will be adaptable to allow staff members to adjust to the height of each person, accommodating those who are unable to actively sit up or stand easily.They feature a plexiglass wall with a small access panel for test administration. Officials say the wall will protect both residents and staff from exposure, and will also help preserve valuable, and sometimes difficult to obtain, personal protective equipment, which would normally have to be changed out after each test and potential exposure.Heritage is also developing a plan to effectively clean and disinfect each station after use with the help of their certified infection control nurse.“As we have been directed to move into mandated testing for all employees by Governor Cuomo’s office, we needed to determine how we could implement that efficiently, while complying with all regulations,” said Lisa Haglund, newly confirmed Heritage Ministries President and CEO. “At this difficult time in our industry, it is important that we work together to protect our most vulnerable population, our seniors.”“Working with our fellow senior living communities is essential in order to provide the absolute best care for all of our residents,” she furthered.Heritage Ministries was founded in 1886 and has grown from its original campus in Gerry, to six locations in New York with additional affiliations across the United States.
Norway’s Connect LNG conducted another offshore marine operation with the UTS jettyless transfer system La Santa Maria, together with the Spanish utility company, Naturgy, and the Norwegian energy company, Equinor.The operation took place offshore Langesund in Norway, an area renowned for harsh weather during winter time.Connect LNG said in its statement that this test operation demonstrated the UTS’ ability to operate in arctic conditions with below 0 degrees air temperatures during the day of operation.Furthermore, La Santa Maria was connected to an Equinor chartered LPG vessel.The company added that so far, the UTS has been connected to three different vessels an LNG carrier (15,600 cbm), an LPG carrier (12,600 cbm) and an offshore supply vessel as well as 5 different tugboats and 3 different ports.The operation was performed on time and according to careful planning involving local authorities and third-party surveyors. The approval process for the marine operation took less than 4 weeks to obtain, including permissions to conduct the operation in a nature reserve, the company said.So far, Connect LNG together with Naturgy performed the world’s first LNG transfer through a jettyless system in October 2017 where a cargo of LNG was delivered to Herøya Industrial Park.La Santa Maria UTS is currently stationed in Norway and used for operations while it awaits the final transportation to a greenfield project in the Americas for Naturgy, Connect LNG said.
Robey-Coleman now claims “someone on the field said the ball was tipped,” according to The Athletic. A tipped pass would make pass interference inapplicable, ProFootballTalk notes. Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman appears to be changing his stance on what happened during a controversial play involving Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis in the NFC championship game.Robey-Coleman was trying to stop Lewis from scoring a touchdown with the score tied at 20 and the ball in the red zone. Lewis was knocked down by Robey-Coleman and failed to catch the pass. Robey-Coleman appeared to make contact with Lewis before the ball arrived, but the referees did not call a penalty. The NFL later fined Robey-Coleman $26,739 for the hit. Just an FYI: I spoke to #Rams Nickell Robey-Coleman about this and he is adamant someone on the field said the ball was tipped. At the very least there is some compelling video showing that might have been the case. https://t.co/lJ8o0KRMRM— Vincent Bonsignore (@VinnyBonsignore) January 26, 2019There is some video evidence that could prove Robey-Coleman’s case depending on the angle: Related News NFL playoffs 2019: Social media reacts to controversial no-call in final minutes of Saints-Rams matchup @slotgod23 👀👀https://t.co/bxiTKQy9yR— Vincent Bonsignore (@VinnyBonsignore) January 26, 2019The Saints ended up kicking a field goal and the Rams answered with one of their own to force overtime. Los Angeles went on to win 26-23 in overtime, though the play created a strong reaction from the NFL community. Saints coach Sean Payton said he spoke with someone in the league office who told him “they blew the call.”The Rams will face the Patriots in Super Bowl 53 on Feb. 3 with kickoff set for 6:30 p.m. ET.