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The Mess called Saudi Arabian Airlines الخطوط السعودية

The country has a vision of 2030 and expects to generate income from tourism. A few weeks ago i traveled with  Saudi Airlines after 23 years hoping the experience would be any different than before. 400 more words

Fire in South Korean hospital kills at least 37, more than 70 injured -- The deadliest fire in South Korea for at least a decade

Officials said they were still investigating the cause of a fire that engulfed Sejong Hospital in Miryang, South Korea, that killed at least 41 people. Credit Yonhap, via European Press photo Agency… 540 more words

Save the Date! SmithAmundsen Complimentary Webinar - November 9 - Employee Handbook Essentials for HR Pros and Business Owners

Join Amanda Biondolino on Thursday, November 9 at 8:30AM CT as she guides employers of all shapes and sizes through effectively using an employee handbook and identifies top employee handbook mistakes that could cost you. 28 more words

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Nissan - Japan’s second biggest automaker again in the dock for vehicle inspection misconduct

As per sources, uncertified technicians continued to certify final vehicle inspections as late as October 11.

On Wednesday, as per two sources with direct knowledge of the matter at hand, despite reports of widespread misconduct at its factories in Japan, Nissan Motor Co had conducted uncertified vehicle checks as recently as last week. 239 more words


Saskatoon officials work to avoid tragedies like the London apartment fire

Saskatoon’s fire department is constantly inspecting buildings and providing information to their owners in an effort to avoid incidents like this week’s deadly apartment fire in London, England. 273 more words


Does Your Private Jet Operator Meet IS-BAO Standards?

The International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO), developed by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and its member associations, is a recommended code of best practices designed to help private aviation operators and corporate flight departments achieve high levels of safety and professionalism. 4,870 more words