View post tag: Lanka Naval personnel attached to the Eastern Naval Command rescued a fishing trawler stuck on rocks close to Sweat Bay on 06th December 2012. The fishing trawler named “Saman Eliya” had left from Cod Bay Fishery Harbour for fishing and the incident had occurred while leaving the harbour around 15:50hrs.An alert Naval Patrol Craft in the vicinity had promptly rendered assistance sending a rescue team to the location. The retrieved trawler with a 5-member crew onboard was towed to the Sweat Bay beach safely for repairs.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, December 7, 2012; Image: Sri Lanka Navy December 7, 2012 View post tag: Rocks Back to overview,Home naval-today Sri Lanka Navy Rescues Fishing Vessel Stuck on Rocks View post tag: Stuck View post tag: Sri View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic View post tag: fishing View post tag: rescues Sri Lanka Navy Rescues Fishing Vessel Stuck on Rocks View post tag: Navy View post tag: vessel Share this article
Then, the finished products will bebrought to the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO) forcentralized disinfection and packing and will eventually be distributed to thefrontliners all around the city as identified by the CHO and the CDRRMO. To augment the supply of facemasks here,the city government, with the cooperation of the City Cooperative andLivelihood Development Office (CCLDO), has tapped the services of home-basedsewers. This city aims to come up with 50,000pieces of masks, but the volume might increase to 100,000 if more sewers willparticipate. Among them are from the barangays of Singcang-Airport,Handumanan, Bata, Banago, Estefania, Granada, Vista Alegre, and Cabug. On Tuesday, Leonardia issued ExecutiveOrder No. 27, series of 2020, requiring the mandatory use of face masks in allpublic places here.(With a report fromPNA/PN) Home-based sewers in Bacolod City will be provided by the City Cooperative and Livelihood Development Office (CCLDO) with materials in order to make face masks approved by the Department of Health. According to the CCLDO, the city government plans to produce around 50,000 pieces facemasks, but it might increase to 100,000 if more sewers would participate. BACOLOD City PIO “We expect each sewer to produce atleast 50 masks. Once they are done, we will go to their homes and we will pickup the finished products,” Burdeos said. Mayor Evelio Leonardia, for his part,ordered the CCLDO to implement a livelihood program that will allow accreditedhome-based sewers to make washable/reusable facial masks. Although the said face masks above willnot be medical-grade ones, the production will increase the supply of thecommercially-sold face masks, which is now running out since replacement stockscannot be quickly sourced from the usual suppliers. The CCLDO will provide the materials forthe sewers, including the pre-cut fabric based on the Department ofHealth-approved face mask design. The sewers will get P10 for each face maskthey finish. CCLDO chief Brenda Burdeos on April 1said that around 100 to 150 sewers here have already applied for accreditation. The City Health Office (CHO) will deploysanitation inspectors to check the home workplace sites of the sewers allowedto participate in the program.