17 Burst results for "100% Compliance"

"100% compliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Old Simon Marshall with murder for allegedly pushing women from a subway platform into an oncoming train yesterday morning in the Times Square station This latest incident is coming on the heels of a string of shootings stabbings and shopping in the subway system with subway crime on the rise the transit workers union is now calling on mayor Eric Adams to take more action to protect both passengers and operators Targets top executives said U.S. consumers will drive less and consolidate their shopping into fewer trips This as they adjust to price ear gasoline and the highest inflation rate in almost four decades target CEO Brian Cornell said today at a national retail federation event in New York that shoppers are also likely to eat more at home and seek cheaper generic brand goods in an effort to ease the blow from rising prices Federal agencies across the Biden administration are starting to punish employees who aren't in compliance with President Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate Bloomberg Sami Morris reports They started with education counseling and encouragement but now that the holidays are over and employees have had several weeks to come into compliance federal managers are shifting to more severe punishment Reports they'll start sending out letters this month notifying those employees that they're being briefly suspended but they say every agency so far has shown some improvement with several reaching 100% compliance Bloomberg's Amy Morris global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg Broadcasting from the financial capital of the world Bloomberg 11 three O.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is celebrating a $1 million jackpot win making him a four time lottery winner Mike Luciano had previously won $500,000 a year ago in 2021 3 million in 2016 and a $100,000 over two decades ago in 1999 However he says he is convinced that no one wins this many times without playing more than they should and warns others against attempting to duplicate the feat The Los Angeles Rams quest for their first Super Bowl championship in more than two decades comes Monday night The fourth seeded rams will take on the 5th seeded Arizona Cardinals in an NFC wildcard contest kick off at SoFi Stadium is tomorrow at 5 15 Pacific I'm dean kodiak And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York City will likely get rain as a winter storm tracks close to the coast overnight tonight the combination of a nearly full moon and high winds blowing on shore will also raise the risk of coastal flooding in New York New Jersey and Long Island through tomorrow afternoon north and west of the city could get a couple of inches of snow New York police have charged 61 year old Simon Marshall with murder for allegedly pushing women from a subway platform into an oncoming train yesterday morning in the Times Square station This latest incident is coming on the heels of a string of shootings stabbings and shopping in the subway system With subway crime on the rise the transit workers union is now calling on mayor Eric Adams to take more action to protect both passengers and operators Targets top executives said U.S. consumers will drive less and consolidate their shopping into fewer trips This as they adjust to price ear gasoline and the highest inflation rate in almost four decades Target CEO Brian Cornell said today at a national retail federation event in New York that shoppers are also likely to eat more at home and seek cheaper generic brand goods in an effort to ease the blow from rising prices Federal agencies across the Biden administration are starting to punish employees who aren't in compliance with President Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate Bloomberg gave me Morris reports They started with education counseling and encouragement but now that the holidays are over and employees have had several weeks to come into compliance federal managers are shifting to more severe punishment Reports they'll start sending out letters this month notifying those employees that they're being briefly suspended but they say every agency so far has shown some improvement with several reaching 100% compliance Bloomberg's Amy Morris global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:45 min | 9 months ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Corbyn. Carson KFT. News officials say the wildfire burning in El Dorado County in northern California is now the number one priority for fighting firefighter resources. They say firefighters are doing all they can to keep the fire near Lake Tahoe out of the Tahoe Basin and the state's biggest fire in Butte Implements counties has now burned more than 730,000 acres, but containment has increased to 41%. L. A City fire chief says This year's brush fire season is on track to be one of the worst. But Ralph Terrazas says the residents of Valley have done a pretty good job with defensible space and brush clearance. We have 131,000 brush parcels in the city of Los Angeles, and we get nearly 100% compliance every year, Terrazas says. Between city and county resources. The area has the largest air attack fleet in the country, including night flying capabilities. Terrazas says water dropping helicopters have the ability to be in the air within five minutes. Steve Gregory can defy news House Republicans have criticized President Biden for what they're saying he's now sticking to the August 31st deadline is a hard deadline for getting Americans and allies out of Afghanistan. Biden had said American troops would stay until all remaining U. S citizens and their allies. Are out of the country. Congressman Mike Rogers says the president is not listening to his military advisers or Congress, either He's seen now or he's in denial. But either way, it's reckless for our country, and it's a disaster is taking place is his responsibility. Congressman Mike McCaul says. People are going to be left behind and people are going to die. He says Biden will have blood on his hands, and the Biden administration says it's working with Haiti to help the country recover from the recent natural disasters. Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby says a lot of progress has been made since an earthquake and tropical storm hit the island earlier this month. Joint Task Force Haiti has conducted more than 200 missions saved more than 300 people. And delivered over £88,000 of vital aid officials in Haiti say there is still a lot to be done because many relief efforts have been slowed because of flooded roads and looting by local gangs. The death toll from the earthquake has been raised to 2200 unruly passengers on flights in the US have racked up a record million dollars in potential fines this year. The FAA says there have been almost 3900 reports of dangerous or disruptive passengers since the beginning of the year. Most of the cases are because The mask mandate, which has been extended through the end of the year. The FAA says alcohol has also been a contributing factor in the aggressive interactions and the Paralympics in Tokyo have started the Games go until September 5th. The opening ceremony was in the same empty stadium where the summer Olympics were held recently. Tokyo is under a state of emergency until September 12th because of rising covid 19 cases. Let's check traffic.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"100% compliance every year, Terrazas says. Between city and county resources. The area has the largest air attack fleet in the country, including night flying capabilities. Terrazas says water dropping helicopters have the ability to be in the air within five minutes. Steve Gregory can if I knew News is brought to you by some for Solaris, State officials say some cities in SoCal are at the top of a financial watch lists. The state auditor says local cities on the High risk audit program report include Anaheim, Compton, San Gabriel, Torrance, Montebello and West Covina. High risk destinations means the city has the highest potential for major economic challenges. And also the abuse or mismanagement of funds. A former they cloud smoke competitor in La Habra has switched teams to teach people about the dangers of Vaping. They freely harbor coalition member Noemi Valenzuela says she quit because her daughter said she would get a hole in her throat like the woman in the anti smoking commercial, and I'm not embarrassed to talk about it because it could change somebody's life. Maybe I'm talking to somebody Right now that it's debating of their kind of stop. You don't have to think about your future. You have to think about your kids. Venezuela says Vape free La Habra has partnered with the OC Healthcare Agency to teach kids about the damage Vaping does to the lungs but also to teach parents about the hidden signs their kid, maybe. V. Ping. The House committee, looking into the January attack on the U. S. Capitol, says it plans to get the phone, email and text message records of some lawmakers as part of the investigation. The list could include Republicans who were reported to have given house tours to people involved in that capital. Reach and even members of the Trump administration. NBC's Andy Field says the committee is asking tech communications and social media companies for the records of hundreds of people and the CDC says the number one cause of death for Americans last year was heart disease, followed by cancer. Then Covid 19 health officials say life expectancy in the U. S is at an 18 year low in 2019. It was 78.8 years old. Last year, it dipped to 77.3 years old. The CDC says The drop in life expectancy also shows. City of Health of Americans is decreasing. We're watching your drive.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Code from the state of California. It makes this really nice. Um, digital vaccination card on your smartphone. You can find the link by the way rich on tech dot TV. I've got this. All right now I know it's a law. Well, it's a lot, but it also may be our future rich. I mean, that's we've been talking about this with vaccinations and again the expectation that people need to be at some point will have to be vaccinated. But you said something. I think a lot of people are going to be scared of. You were talking about the fact that you know they're sitting on. Hey, I got I got a vaccination shot at CVS or Rite Aid or what have you all this information is being kept in any records and is being passed along to the government. I think that Plays a role in some of those people who are hesitant, right? It's all the government information. It's big brother and and things like that. So you mentioned in that reminded me that there are some folks who did not want to hear what you just mentioned that you know, instead of Hey, fine. You gave me a shot. You wrote another no card. Thank you. It's actually all known and and and the records are kept. Yeah, that that did surprise me. I was I didn't realize no, I got mine at Walgreens. And of course you have to sign up. You've got to go on their website You had to put in the information. I was not aware that that information was shared with the state. So I agree. I think that there should be some more clarity on that. But it's one of these things where, you know it's kind of like what we need this. I'm not. You know how it gets. When you start talking about anything. Vaccine related, right and you can take out vaccine and just say talking about anything. Anything if you if I said today was Tuesday, I can go out there side now and get into a fight. Because someone's gonna say Well, it's actually Wednesday on the Eve Wednesday, Eve, and what what's wrong with Thursday? How come you don't like Thursday? So you get into all that? And then not to mention you just said earlier that you spent all that time on Facebook? So I know you're getting a bunch arguments. I mean, I love how you can post the most innocuous thing on. Maybe I shouldn't use that word with vaccination. But you know what I mean, like it's like anything and I just You know I love it. I love the Fact that we all have different opinions. It's the beauty of what makes the world go around and I'm open to it. You know, I don't I don't sit there and delete comments from people that I disagree with. Maybe you'll get blocked like no, but well, yeah, there's nothing wrong with little block party. Every now and again. We all need a block party every night again. Genuine. Last time you had a block party a couple of days ago. Yeah, I had a couple blocks. Yeah, Joy on your face right now. It made me feel good. That's right. We all need to express that rich. We appreciate you joining us as always, again, rich tomorrow. Of course. Katie l A and you can, as you mentioned. Check out his website rich on tech dot tv. Thank you, brother. We appreciate it. Thanks for having me alright, K f I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio APP called Washington and for Bill right now, Jennifer Jones, like L. A city fire chief says this year's brush fire season is on track to be one of the worst. Ralph Terrazas says. The residents of Valley have done a pretty good job with defensible space and brush clearance. We have 131,000 brush parcels in the city of Los Angeles. And we get nearly 100% compliance every year, Terrazas says. Between city and county resources. The area has the largest air attack fleet in the country, including night flying capabilities. Terrazas.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Chi said Buckeye State, But, um, you know, it's pretty much a national campaign anyway. Hey, in 11 and Larry, you're on Scott Silencio. Hi. Yeah. Tony? Yes, sir. She help you keep their control of your car under a lot of circumstances, like if you have to make a sudden stop because some idiot from that front of you If you don't have a seat belt, you tend to slide around didn't see you could lose control of your car and that affect other people. S. So what you're saying is you're driving all the sudden you slam on the brakes and then then you lose control you go. What do you mean? You go through the windshield or what do you talk about? Have a seat belt down. It keeps you in position. So you have bigger control of your own car. Okay, I guess I see that. But Often when someone gets in a high speed accent like that, there's the car not become disabled. I mean, I could see general Studies know that sheet melts, provide safety for the other cars around you because it helps you keep better control of your car in the situations in emergency situations, But you're talking about okay. I guess I could see if So you're saying Is that the card? I don't know. You go into a spin or something like that. And now you get flung around inside the car in the car becomes a missile. Basically, yes. Yeah, yeah, I don't know. Like I hear you're you're always going off in the background there. I know you're driving, but, um, yeah, You know, I mean, I could see that, but I don't think that's true in a lot of cases. I mean, it can be. I'm sure there's instances where someone is not wearing a seatbelt, and I don't know they hit something or ice or whatever they slide around the car. But most cars today first of all have much, much more comfortable seats. I mean, back in the old days when you're driving the family truckster, and it was a bench seat. Yeah, he'd slide all everything like an ice cube alone, Liam. Okay, I get that. But today, you know, you got bucket seats you've got Yeah. You know the console in the middle? Um I don't know if I'm entirely buying that. I mean, I'm sure again. I'm not saying it doesn't happen. It does. But it's gonna be a relatively small proportion of a small portion of accidents. The loose skin. It sounds like one of those things that they looked. They Hey, can we say that Some people may lose control of the car when they're on belted, and then that causes the car to hit other cars. Yeah, I'm sure it happens. But it's got to be extremely rare, because I mean, think about it. If you're driving fast enough for you know your seatbelt to work in the first place. Your car's probably hitting something or it's gonna impact something. That Is going to cause a car to become disabled rather quickly anyway, So I'm like the car speeding down the highway. Now we just had the story the other you went yesterday about the guy sleeping for the third or fourth time driving to Wisconsin. With this test will do in 82. He was taking a nap. All the test lows driving itself. Now he's done it. He's been caught four times, which is probably done it 400 times. It goes to show you how close we are to autonomous vehicles. And most wretches a road, you know, pretty boring. And the car drives itself and you take a little nappy poo. That could be fatal as I think they were headed towards another area of danger. Quite honestly, But, yeah, I mean, I'm sure there's a couple there. But I don't think that's the reason why we should save a very, very, very small Paul small percentage of people who may lose the grip of the steering wheel. During a accident or, um, the car losing control. It's going to cause it to become a missile and headed towards people that you know again. We're talking about a very small percentage. People don't wear seat belts, 15% and that out of that percentage. What's the percent that would get in an accident would cause a situation. You're talking about it this minute. But this whole thing is we got to get 100% compliance on. We're going to look for you and pull you over and stop you to make sure you're wearing your seat belt and find you court costs. Everything was $300. It's just It's just absurd. We're not upset were upset about the vaccine, the anti vaxxers and we're not gonna have a vaccine passport, and I'm not going to get the vaccine and that's up to you now, okay? And there's a concern that what you don't do could hurt other people who are not as healthy. The immuno compromised. I could make a case You can't really make a strong case in his case. Probably the best one I've heard, but it's still Apples and manhole covers, making that comparison that how many people would be in that situation? The end of the day. This is what it is. It's revenue enhancement and because we're drivers of cars, and we just take the car for granted, we're not his passion of his motorcycle riders. We're not a collective We don't have a group are not organized like bite like like like cyclists are We just We all were people. We just go along with the flow. That's what this is. Of not getting the vaccine has a worse impact on public health and not wearing a seat belt. I'm sorry. 513749 7800 the big one and pound 718 t Let me get a quick break in and back with more your calls and minutes slowly 700 wlw friending Now on news Radio 700 w l jump doing whatever it takes to get people vaccinated growing number of states looking at in San. It's like.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Day. So it appears we've turned a corner on these storms here in Greater Boston. It is 34 degrees under mostly cloudy skies right now at 8 35 on a Tuesday morning, betting on the ball game could soon be a thing. In Massachusetts. Another move to put sports betting on the books is making the rounds on Beacon Hill. WBC's Karen Regal has details. Baker's proposing a bill as are a number of lawmakers, including Senator Eric Lesser from long metal. Lester also chairs the committee. Looking at the issue. Lester says sports gambling could help US State a bit with revenues viewing sports betting is later balanced. The budget or viewing sports betting is way to generate substantial revenue for the Commonwealth is really just not accurate. It's it's going to be significant and helpful, but it's not going to be, for example, anywhere near the scale. What 23 K was on with the lottery currently is, which is you know, over a billion dollars a year, especially in the western part of the state because under Lester's bill, horse racing would be incorporated. Baker in Lester's Bills would disallow gambling on college sports. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. Top health experts around the country say they are beginning to see some light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel. But getting there still proves to be a challenge. Many first responders are hesitant about getting vaccinated against Cove. It 19 and that is the case. Right here in New England as well. In Maine, first responders were among the first group allowed to get the shots. Would I love to see 100% compliance? Yes, but as many as 30% of opted out up north. That's according to Sam Hurley, director of emergency services. That's a personal decision that people have to make. A crunch of the data in Maine shows that those opting out include corrections officers, deputies, firefighters and police. Of course, health officials all across the country urge you to get the vaccine. When you get your shot Drew Mohammed WBZ Boston's news radio off the coast of New England. Local fisherman Go Hollywood WBC's match here.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Wrong If it's a violation of your freedoms, it's not enough to say Well, I don't think that they'll come for me. I don't think they'll enforce this one against me. It's wrong and principal. It's wrong and practice And it's time for people to say no more. No more lockdown tyranny. The numbers are not on their sides. Look at all this stuff you're seeing with masks. Oh, they're telling you that you have to wear more masks now than ever before. Meanwhile, places that have had mandates for months. Months. No better off and they can't even try to make a case no better off in places that haven't had mandates. If these things work the way that we're led to believe, noticed, they never give you numbers or percentages. Didn't say. Oh, no, they work if they worked in a way that was clear. And keep in mind. The doctor Fauci beginning of the year and all of modern pandemic science had said. Now that you're not you don't have to wear these things. They changed their mind on that. And now it's Oh, you're a nimbus Ill. If you question it. Meanwhile, look at the places that have masked mandates and have almost 100% compliance. I mean, I'm in New York City cases arising cases arising. No one goes indoors without a mask on you don't see it anywhere and people outdoors or wearing them, too, And there's no signs to back up outdoor mass mandates. Are we so much better off? Well, we have cases. Spiking in all of these Democrat mass mandate areas. So what are we to believe it would be twice as high 50% higher. What's what's really the net benefit of this. The effect of this Notice how it's wear a mask and we're also going to lock you down. They keep doing all of these things that if any one of them actually worked, they would need to do all the other things, but they claim there's some general benefit. We can't prove it. We don't know how good it is. But Where we're going to insist that you do what we say. Social distance mask up between bites. Stay away from your relatives Assume I saw Dr Burke say this. Assume That you've been infected if you saw anybody over Thanksgiving get tested this week. Well, I could get tested this week, but I could also get infected today. Then without even show up in a test that I took this morning. I mean it. It's also it's all so flimsy. It's fear and control and panic and the exploitation thereof by people in charge. That's what's happening here. Enough is enough. They have been lying to you. The people in charge are wrong and they don't have the authority to do what they've been doing. Now we've taken all the way up to the Supreme Court, and they're not allowed to just say 10 people in church, but anybody who wants to go Veith, go to the Vape store. Have fun. You know, not allowed to kneel before God, but go buy yourself a weed whacker at Home Depot. That's that's absolutely essential. That's the government that we've had during this pandemic in this year. I'm pleased to see that at least the Archdiocese of Brooklyn said. This is unacceptable and they took action. More people need to take action We need to bury. We need to drown. These authoritarians in lawsuits or else we will never get our freedoms back because it's not just about Cove it now It's about them being able to make you do things for which they cannot even prove a benefit because they say, it's good for you. Up next. Among the very worst people on the issue of lockdowns is the governor of New Jersey. What does he say about his unsuccessful mask mandates? That's up next continuous Christmas.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on KOMO

"Google Evergreen Schools brought kindergarten students back a few weeks ago. So far so good students adjusting toe leaving their masks on in class. We've added 587 new covert 19 positives yesterday statewide 25 additional deaths confirmed since the weekend. One additional guilty plea related to that pandemic. Here's almost Ryan Calvert, PAOK's saying has now admitted he filled out four different applications to get his hands on some of that federal paycheck protection money from earlier this year. The total of his applications. Nearly $1.6 million. You'd only received five grand of that money before the Feds figured it out. Theistic Wall Man has pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in federal court. Yet this certainly isn't the on ly fraud being committed in the name of Kobe. The Federal Trade Commission is out with a warning that scammers air targeting Facebook, Twitter, instagram and other social media users offering to help you claim a missing stimulus payment. The FTC is now hoping when you see one of these scams Report it to the agency's new website report. Fraud dot FTC dot gov Brian Calvert, come oan you as of this morning a sharp increase in Kobe 19 Infections forces Idaho to step back to a phase three reopening hospitals, especially those directly east of Spokane, are full of cover 19 patients. Overto Brad Little, imposing new restrictions on businesses and gatherings would stop short of mandating masks. I don't have to have 100% compliance. I need to have a much higher compliance that I have today. Also last night, the court Elaine City Council voted to mandate mask wearing. The move comes just a week after Courtney County's Health board struck down a mandate that was in place over the summer. Coming up. Cold case murder suspect goes on trial. I'm Corwin Hey, HQ with the evidence collected 48 years ago. It's 10 04, and we check traffic.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Undocumented immigrants gathered outside the Trenton State House to demand Governor Phil Murphy support families who are eligible for unemployment benefits or federal stimulus money. Heidi Cordero is an organizer with needle Latina and ex young in Hightstown. Almost anybody But most, Cordero says families have no money for their rent or bills or to feed their kids. Advocates say the state needs to take action to help undocumented New Jerseyans who have gone six months with no relief. The M T. A is hoping the threat of a $50 Fine will compel the 10% of writers who don't wear a mask to start doing so empty. And NYPD officers will now be able to issue tickets at their discretion for those who violate the mandatory policy. NEW York City Transit President Sarah Feinberg says that there are free masks on buses at tollbooths. And all officers will be carrying them. So she says. There is no excuse not to wear one. Our point is to make sure that we can get us close to 100% compliance as we as we possibly can. This is another tool in our toolbox to do so. NYPD commissioner German Shay says police officers could also be fined or punished for not wearing a mask. Officers have been seen in public in uniform, not wearing masks. New Jersey's top health official, is urging people to get their flu shots by the end of October. Health Commissioner Brody Percy Kelly says the state is bracing for the upcoming flu season along with a possible resurgence of covert 19 cases. Therefore, this year more than ever. It is important that everyone six months of age and older get vaccinated against the flu person, Kelly says. The flu vaccine it won't prevent covert 19, but it does reduce hospitalizations and protect vulnerable people. Like the elderly and those with underlying health conditions from getting the flu. 56 degrees now, sunshine today with a high of 67 degrees this afternoon tonight, clear with a low 58 5 34, This is 21. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from the John D. And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, supporting creative people and effective institutions committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world. More information. Is it? Mac found dot or GQ and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation supporting those working towards the day when no one has to choose between paying rent, putting food on the table and protecting their health and the health of others are w J F dot or GE. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington, D C and I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. Here on the West Coast were dealing with wildfires on the Gulf Coast in southeastern United States. It is hurricanes.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dealt with Hurricane Laura and a number of other storms are rushing to buy bottled water and supplies ahead of the expected arrival of the latest storm. Now he's expected to make landfall somewhere around Louisiana Southern tip early tomorrow morning and then move inland. President Trump is stepping up his attacks against mail in voting out of November election. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports, Trump has claimed repeatedly without evidence that voting by mail will lead to election fraud. At a campaign rally in Nevada. Over the weekend, President Trump once again made a Siri's of unsubstantiated claims that Democrats are trying to steal the election. Speaking on MSNBC, Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi fired back against those allegations. We don't agonize we organize and we tell people don't pay any attention to him because he either doesn't know what he's talking about her doesn't care that he doesn't know what he's talking about. States are grappling with the challenge of conducting elections safely during the Corona virus pandemic. Many have encouraged residents to vote by mail as infections continue to surge across the nation. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Federal judges struck down Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe's pandemic restrictions that required people to stay at home, placed size limits on gatherings and ordered so called non life sustaining businesses to shut down. Judge calling those restrictions unconstitutional. Federal judge signing with plaintiff's including hair salons drive in movie theaters in a farmer's market that had challenged them on Wall Street. The Dow was up 327 points. This is NPR. Dad, This is double U. N Y C. Good afternoon on Sean Carlson. The empty is hoping the threat of a $50 fine for going without a mask will compel the 10% of writers who don't wear one to mask up. While wearing a mask on public transit is mandatory. A fine is something new officers can issue at their discretion. New York City Transit President Sarah Feinberg says there are free masks on buses at told loose and all officers will also be carrying them. So there is no excuse not to wear one. Our point is to make sure that we can get as close to 100% compliance as we as we possibly can. This is another tool in our toolbox to do so. NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says police officers could also be fined or punished for not wearing a mask. Officers have often been seen in public in uniform, not wearing masks. Protests continue to speak out against Mayor de Blasio is decision to relocate a group of homeless men from an upper West Side hotel to another in mid town about 900 homeless people would be moved across several locations to accommodate that change. WXYZ Carinae was outside Gracie Mansion last night where there was a standoff between police and some demonstrators. When they tried to deliver the mayor a message it was actually a notice of transfer, which is the letters that homeless residents receive when they're going to be moved elsewhere, so protesters had actually written out a letter to the mayor, saying they were going to transfer him from Gracie Mansion to a homeless shelter. They were stopped.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Can depend on us. We are the voice of New York 7 10 W. O R and I aren't radio stations. 74 degrees at four o'clock afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney murder. Blasio says it's safe to reopen New York City classrooms a week from today with a very low positivity rate among school staff for mayor De Blasio says the infection rate among school faculty is well below half a percent nearly 17,000 staff members tested that tells us how much all the efforts to fight back this disease. Are working, and it tells us the folks who work in our school system have been really careful. A coded response situation room has been formed the deal quickly with school related positive test results. It's led by Melanie LaRocco. We've established a strict threshold for quarantine, classroom closures and building closures. Now the city has also added 2000 teachers who were subs and temporary staff. I'm Scott Pringle, w O R D of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade will be and no surprise here a virtual event this year. Will be TV only no crowds lining the route. The big balloons will fly performers will perform that many fewer of them. Participants will be reduced by about 75%. Today is the day the fine start for writing empty mass transit without a man The M T. A is going for 100% compliance with a $50 fine for not wearing masks on mass transit. It's perfectly fine. I think it should be higher, You know, honestly, like where your mass like mask up. The governor wants writers to feel safe enough not to drive into the city, but with 90. Percent of riders complying. Do we need to find flow, Mo? I think he needs to step down and take a vacation with his brother. I don't have $50 so no getting rid of them get rid of the mass. We're fine Masks are still available for free if writers need one Alice Stockton Rosine E. W. O R News.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

"News where your mask finds now being handed out to writers who don't cover their face on empty a buses and trains. The M T A is going for 100% compliance with a $50 fine for not wearing masks on mass trans I think it's perfectly fine. I think it should be higher. You know, honestly, like where your mass like mask up. The governor wants riders to feel safe enough not to drive into the city. But with 90% of riders complying Do we need to find formal? I think he needs to step down and take a vacation with his brother. I don't have $50 so now should be getting rid of him. Get rid of the mass. We're fine. Masks are still available for free If writers need one Alice Stockton Rosine E w. Our news Search continues for two gunmen after a deadly shooting at a House party near Rutgers. Two people were killed, six injured when a gunman opened fire after refusing to pay a $5 cover charge to get in the party. We heard what sounded like firecrackers, but it turned out to be like 40 gunshots in the span of like six seconds, maybe On DH. I just ran to the back of the house in my room and everyone kind of scattered President Trump facing criticism. He held an indoor campaign rally in Nevada in defiance of state order that is Democratic governor calling the president's first indoor rally reckless and selfish, But President Trump telling his supporters tell you, Governor Toe Open up your state. By the theme binding campaign pouncing writing in a statement. Every rally turned super spreader event is another reminder to Americans that Trump still refuses to take this pandemic seriously, and still doesn't have a plan to stop it, even after nearly 200,000 deaths and untold economic damage and as a liquid terra ABC NEWS Washington Today. The president has to California to tour areas damaged by the wildfires that continue to burn another major storm threatening the Gulf Coast. Tropical storms Sally expected to make landfall near New Orleans perhaps is a Category two hurricane storm already bringing a.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Voice OF New York and I Heart radio stations Way have 76 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Steve Green Field. Have you heard about the city's quarantine checkpoints? ABC. Geo Benitez has New York City, setting up random quarantine checkpoints, stopping cars at key entry sites, even warning travelers at Penn State. It has to become clear that this is serious business, and it comes with consequences. And New York City officials say they've already stopped 50 cars with 100% compliance. The violators may face some big fines. We're talking about up to $10,000. In addition, private gym owners in New York say they don't want to wait any longer for when the state says they can reopen. Charlie Cera, president of the New York Fitness Coalition, says they've come up with the grading system. Similar to what restaurants have. Our plan is backed by science, and our plan offers a way to monitor the fitness industry and keep the public aware of measures being met by our industry on a monthly grading system, Governor Cuomo says the data shows opening. Jim's right now is too risky, pointing to gyms and other states, which were forced to close up again after opening too soon. With a moratorium on evictions now expired. Mayor de Blasio's calling on Albany to protect renters during the pandemic. Scott Pringle files this report, the mayor says for so many city residents, It's not their fault. They can't pay the rent. They didn't ask for a global pandemic. His message to Albany passed a law creating payment plan. So anyone who simply can certify you know objectively and factually that they just don't have an income source could stay in their apartment sign onto a payment plan. And pay back the rent when they do evident come source. The city has reached out to 14,000 tenants who have gotten eviction notices to alert them that legal help is available through the city. I'm Scott Pringle, w. O R D and there's no more E news. The exclamation point.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Not about catching people. They just want people to be more cautious about their surroundings. When they are out in public. We no, we will not have 100% compliance. Just like a seat belt law doesn't have 100% compliance. The goal with this masking mandate is to get people to care about one another to help our community stop the spread of Cove in 19 and protect the lives of those in Hamilton County again. Tonight's mandate starts at six o'clock, now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Help traffic center. Your actions could help save limes. Please help prevent the spread of covert 19 by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and washing your hands. Often 75 continues to struggle through the construction zone. In the cut of the hill, north bound the brake lights started just after you get pants. Buttermilk Pike South bound just after you come off of the Brents fans Bridge Chuck Ingram News Radio 700 Now the lady's forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw another hot and humid day in the tri state. We will see some pop up afternoon showers and storms with a high of 93. We'll see a few clouds tonight Your load down to 72 partly cloudy again Tomorrow chance for rain hot, humid high of 93. 82 degrees right now An attorney for the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky apartment association, says that the Kentucky governors moratorium on evictions in the Commonwealth is too vague and it is being abused by certain tenants. Chris Weiss has filed a lawsuit toe end at that moratorium so landlords could start the process of removing tenants. You've not been keeping up with paying their rent during the pandemic, Wise, telling Channel nine that some landlords have reported tenancy using their stimulus checks on things like new TVs instead of paying them. Moratorium is scheduled to end later this month, but it could be extended to October. Meanwhile,.

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"100% compliance" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To brush your teeth. Yet the rate of infections came right down and seemed to be a miracle. Once you start paying attention to the steps of a process, it's much easier to minimize the errors that can happen with it. Right, And then you write that this was adopted for some other processes and had similar impact. But then there was a case in Canada, where they developed a checklist for safety in operating rooms. And they did a survey that showed that everybody did 100% compliance and it had no impact on safety. There was a reason for this that's really revealing. It's interesting if you think about the idea of a checklist. This little tiny, low tech, inexpensive idea can keep all those jumbo jets from falling out of the sky. And so the media loved it. And the health care industry loved it, and government ministers loved it. And they start necklacing everything from checking for blood clots for discharge, planning, for advanced and of Lifecare planning everything and you probably couldn't get something. You know a cup of coffee without having to do a checklist. But the problem is, once you have a 1,000,000 checklists. How do you think you worked on as an average nurse or doctor? You've got to make these checklist. Just go away because they just get in the way of getting through your day. And so we just check all the boxes to get rid of it. And that's what happened with this pre op check. Listen, Canada and again, the preoperative checklist was making sure you have the right patient the right procedure, the right blood type. Very simple and it showed impressive improvements in complication rates in the hospital's both academic and high end and even hostels in developing countries. So in 2010 the minister of Health and Ontario mandated that every hospital would use it. Playing to show improvement in patient safety on this grand scale. And as you said the data did not budge it all despite and almost 100% compliance rate, and that lets you know that at some point people just Check the boxes to make them go away. And they're not really gaming the system per se, But it lets you know that the system wasn't implement in a way that the useful for how healthcare workers actually work. And the springs of the very sort of boring science of implementation. Right. These are the dull details about where the supplies kept. Who do we call when things run out? What do we do for a short staffed one day? You know who's going to provide the coffee? What are we measuring How we thought about unintended consequences. And this is really not so interesting. It doesn't make great headlines. Hospitals don't put these on their billboards. But if you don't do these, you can see 100% compliance rate and no effect on the outcome. Devil's in the details as they say, Well, you know, one of the things that's what was fascinating about this was that Peter Provenance the guy who really came up with this first checklist. Said that there is a critical element to it, particularly when you're trying to get Surgeons and doctors to be very careful about hygiene about always washing their hands about making sure everything is sterile and that really involved the nurse is right. But he said, You know the secret sauce if he could pick one was empowering the nurses. Because the nurses are seeing what's happening in the O. R in the I C U on the wards when Central answer being put in, and they'll notice these details. Now, the way the hospital hierarchy is set up. It's very hard to speak up. Against the hierarchy. Whether you're the nurse, the medical student the orderly anyone who's perceived to be lower on the totem pole has a disincentive to speak up. And so nurses like anyone else. We're seeing things on the ground. You know what have to pick and choose what's worth, you know. Speaking up about and upsetting the apple cart, But once you know, he empowered the nurses and said, You will have your back. You can bring any procedure to a halt, Whether it be the biggest surgery, the small central line. If you see something that's not being done appropriately, and we will back you up. And once they could do that they had the clout to say this isn't being done right without getting, you know, treated poorly and that's how we ended up decreasing the the harm from these procedures..

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"100% compliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"100% compliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To brush your teeth. Yet the rate of infections came right down and seemed to be a miracle. Once you start paying attention to the steps of a process, it's much easier to Minimized the errors that can happen with it right And then you write that this was adopted first for some other processes and had similar impact. But then there was a case in Canada, where they developed a checklist for safety in operating rooms. And they did a survey that showed that everybody did it 100% compliance and it had no impact on safety. There was a reason for this that's really revealing. Oh, it's interesting. If you think about the idea of a checklist. This little tiny, low tech, inexpensive idea can keep all those jumbo jets from falling out of the sky. And so the media loved it, and the health care industry loved it, and government ministers loved it. And they start necklacing. Everything you know, from checking for blood clots for discharge, planning for advanced end of life care, planning everything. And you probably couldn't get something. You know a cup of coffee without having to do a checklist. But the problem is once you have a 1,000,000 checklists. How do you get your work done as an average nurse or doctor? You've got to make these checklist. Just go away because they just get in the way of getting through your day And so we just check all the boxes to get rid of it. And that's what happened with this pre op check. Listen, Canada and again, the preoperative checklist was making sure you have the right patient the right procedure, the right blood type very simple, and it showed impressive improvements in complication rates in the hospitals. Both academic and high end and even hostels in developing countries. So in 2010 the minister of Health and Ontario mandated that every hospital would use it. Plan to show improvement in patient safety on this grand scale. And as you said the data did not budge it all despite and almost 100% compliance rate, and that lets you know that at some point people just Check the boxes to make them go away, and they're not really gaming the system first say, But it lets you know that the system wasn't implement in a way that the useful for how healthcare workers actually work. And the springs of the very sort of boring science of implementation. Right. These are the dull details about Oh, where the supplies kept. Who do we call when things run out? What do we do for a short staffed One day? You know who's going to provide the coffee? What are we measuring? Have we thought about unintended consequences, and this is really not so interesting. It doesn't make great headlines. Hospitals don't put these on their billboards. But if you don't do these, you can see 100% compliance rate and no effect on the outcome. Devil's in the details, as they say. Well, you know, one of the things that's what was fascinating about this was that Peter Province, the guy who really came up with this first checklist. Said that there is a critical element to it, particularly when you're trying to get Surgeons and doctors to be very careful about hygiene about always washing their hands about making sure everything is sterile and that really involved the nurse is right. But he said, You know the secret sauce if he could pick one was empowering the nurses. Because the nurses are seeing what's happening in the O. R in the I C U on the wards when central answer being put in, and they'll notice these details. Either way the hospital hierarchy has set up. It's very hard to speak up against the hierarchy. Whether you're the nurse, the medical student, the orderly anyone who's perceived to be lower on the totem pole. As a disincentive to speak up and so nurses like anyone else. We're seeing things on the ground. You know what has to pick and choose what's worth, you know, speaking up about it and upsetting the apple cart. But once you know, he empowered the nurses and said, You will have your back. You can bring any procedure to a halt. Whether it be the biggest surgery, the small central line if you see something that's not being done appropriately. And we will back you up, and once they could do that they had the clout to say this isn't being done right without getting, you know, treated poorly and that's how we ended up decreasing the the harm from these procedures. Dr. Daniella Free, is an attending physician at Bellevue Hospital in New York and a clinical professor of medicine at the venue Medical school. Her new book is When we do harm the Doctor confronts medical error. We'll be back to talk more about the causes of medical errors after a break. Also rock critic Can Tucker reviews Bob Dylan's new album, Rough and Rowdy Ways. I'm Dave Davies, This is fresh air..

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