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  1. New initiatives in the EAP field: employee assistance professionals can take advantage of new collaborative and educational opportunities.(employee assistance ... An article from: Behavioral Healthcare by Dale Masi, 2006-04-01
  2. Institutional shaping of interagency working: managing tensions between collaborative working and client confidentiality.(Author abstract): An article ... of Public Administration Research and Theory by Christine Bellamy, Charles Raab, et all 2007-07-01

21. Annual Report
4. collaborative activities Concerning Fusion Technologies. 4.1 collaborativeactivities on Environmental, safety, and Economics Aspects of Fusion Power
In the area of fusion research and development, Japan is recognized as one of the leading nations of the world together with Europe, USA and Russian Federation. Fusion reactor development is a long-term project which requires large resources both in man-power and in fund. It covers also broad area of science and technology. International cooperation has been recognized quite efficient in avoiding unnecessary duplication and in enhancing world's fusion program. JAERI is carrying out various international cooperation in fusion through multilateral cooperation under International Energy Agency (IEA) in Organization for Economics Cooperation and Development (OECD), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and bilateral cooperation such as Japan-US cooperation. The multilateral and bilateral cooperation carried out in JAERI are summarized in Table IV. 1-1 and IV. 1-2
1. Multilateral Cooperations
1.1 IAEA
Under the coordination of International Fusion Research Council, IAEA holds various conferences such as the International Fusion Energy Conference and Technical Committee Meeting (TCM). IAEA also undertakes the Engineering Design Activity (EDA) in the ITER program.
1.2 IEA

22. Annual Report
4. collaborative activities Concerning Fusion Technologies. 4.1 IEA collaborativeactivities on Environmental, safety, and Economic Aspects of Fusion Power
1. Multilateral Cooperation
The multilateral cooperation carried out in JAERI is summarized in Table IV.1-1.
1.1 IAEA
The 17th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference, being prepared for the prior two years and hosted by STA and JAERI, was successfully held at Yokohama from October 19th to 24th under auspice of IAEA. The most people of 824, from the most countries of 31, participated in this largest international fusion-research conference, which is ever held every two years. The most 377 papers including 120 oral presentations were presented in total, and the 35 papers including 14 oral presentations were presented by researchers of JAERI. It featured this conference that the achievements on high plasma confinements and those sustaining in JT-60, Dlll-D and JET as well as an initial experimental result on LHD, which has newly launched its helical-typed magnetic confinement experiment in NIFS, were presented. Furthermore, a computational dynamic approach for explanation of plasma theory was one of the highlights. Technical Committee Meeting (TCM) was replaced with ITER expert meeting in this year.

23. FCHN :: MHA's Maine Quality And Patient Safety Collaborative
MHA s Maine Quality and Patient safety collaborative the following statewidequality improvement and patient safety activities for many years.
Healthcare by Specialty Contact Us Quality Care Support Groups ... Performance Report
MHA's Maine Quality and Patient Safety Collaborative Over the past year MHA has kicked-off two major new initiatives designed to improve quality, patient safety and patient-caregiver communications in hospitals across the state.
  • MHA Medication Safety Project
  • In 1999 Maine's hospitals began taking part in MHA's Medication Safety Project. This initiative is designed to address the most common form of medical errors in hospitals: mistakes surrounding the dispensing of medication. Using detailed information gathered from highly experienced physicians, pharmacists and registered nurses will develop a series of process improvement and training recommendations aimed at helping hospitals reduce medication errors.
  • MHA- Picker Institute Improving the Patient's Hospital Experience Project
  • By late 2000, hospitals throughout Maine will begin using a uniform approach to measuring and improving patients' overall hospital experience. Using standardized surveys, hospitals across Maine will ask patients detailed questions about the care they recently received in hospitals. Comparative data will then be shared by hospitals toward the goal of using "best practices" to improve quality. Beside caregivers also will be trained in how to improve their communications with patients and their families. Both the survey and the training will take place in close cooperation with the respected Boston-based Picker Institute.

    24. 2005.07.20: Food Counterterrorism Activities
    Then, I will discuss our collaborative activities with our food safety and defensepartners. Finally, I will describe some of FDA s counterterrorism
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    Statement by
    Robert E. Brackett, Ph.D.
    Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
    Food and Drug Administration

    Food Counterterrorism Activities
    Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry
    United States Senate
    Wednesday, July 20, 2005 Introduction
    Good morning, Chairman Chambliss and Members of the Committee. I am Robert E. Brackett, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) in the Food and Drug Administration (FDA or the Agency), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS or the Department). I am pleased to be here today with my colleagues from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). FDA appreciates the opportunity to discuss our food counterterrorism activities. A great deal has been done in the past few years to enhance the safety of the food supply. FDA has worked with food safety agencies, as well as with law enforcement and intelligence-gathering agencies, and with industry to significantly strengthen the nation's food safety system across the entire distribution chain, from farm to table, to better protect our food supply against deliberate and accidental threats. This cooperation has resulted in greater awareness of vulnerabilities, the creation of more effective prevention programs, new surveillance systems, and faster foodborne illness outbreak response capabilities. Food safety and food defense continue to be top priorities for this Administration. A terrorist attack on the food supply could have both severe public health and economic consequences, while damaging the public's confidence in the food we eat. The changes in food safety and defense that we have been implementing in the last few years are the most fundamental enhancements in our food safety and defense activities in many years.

    25. HCI @ Bath Projects
    Extending HCI Principles for Enhanced Cockpit safety essential component ofthe environment that accommodates and supports the collaborative activities,
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    Current Projects Cockpit Safety
    Identity-Based Design

    Modelling Collaborative Work

    An Identity-Based Design Framework for Computer-Mediated Communication Systems

    Past Projects Designing for Common Ground

    Research within the group encompasses collaborative environments, interaction modelling, safety-critical systems, and wearable and mobile computing. Here are examples of projects undertaken by the group:
    Current Projects
    • Extending HCI Principles for Enhanced Cockpit Safety The aim of this recently funded research project is to develop a principled HCI design approach for use in complex, safety critical environments. Specifically, the principles developed will be used to resolve common cognitive failures in the execution of flight-deck tasks. These principles will therefore contribute to lower rates of pilot error. An Identity-Based Design Framework for Computer-Mediated Communication Systems The aim of the project therefore is to build a design framework for the management of social identity and personal privacy into CMC systems. Modelling Collaborative Work Tasks Supported By Virtual Environments The aim of the proposed research is to provide a new approach to modelling collaborative tasks taking account of the social and contextural factors associated with collaborative work, and to develop collaborative virtual working environments to support those tasks. The research will extend the Task Knowledge Structures (TKS) principles and methods to model the social and cognitive processes involved in collaborative tasks and to develop a new UI-VWE modelling.

    26. Issue Brief No. 66
    The Health Care safety Net Money Matters but Savvy Leadership Counts collaborative activities. Collaboration among public and private organizations

    27. Collaborative Opportunities - I -Teams
    enhance public safety, respond to disasters, implement the NSDI, ITeams I-Process I-Plans collaborative activities TAG Library
    OMB Initiatives Federal Agency Initiatives
    NSGIC Initiatives
    Interoperability Initiatives ... Federal Partners
    Essential National Missions
    Mission-critical national initiatives offer unprecedented opportunities for coordination and alignment of resources. As governments at all levels focus on performance management and confront budget challenges, resources must necessarily migrate to the areas and regions best organized to effectively and efficiently produce and steward the information America needs. I-Teams and other data collaboratives are well-positioned to respond and benefit. All of the national initiatives on this page use the same framework layers. All need the best available data. All collaborate with the same local, State, and private sector partners to produce, steward, and exchange data. All need to coordinate to collect the best quality data once and re-use it many times. Click on the links provided to keep informed about the latest developments. We will add more information as it becomes available. Use this site to track efforts to organize the intergovernmental mechanisms necessary to create, steward, and exchange the data to protect America’s cities, enhance public safety, respond to disasters, implement the NSDI, and support the daily operations of government across the nation.

    28. Concordat Between The Health And Safety Executive And The Scottish Executive
    joint training arrangements and other kinds of collaborative activities in However, the HSC/E have interests in the safety of adventure activity
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    1. This concordat is an agreement between the Scottish Executive and the Health and Safety Executive. It is intended to provide the framework to guide the future working relationship between the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Scottish Executive (SE). The objective of the concordat is to ensure that the roles and responsibilities of HSE and the SE in the new constitutional structure are effectively translated into practical working arrangements between the two organisations. The aim is to promote the establishment of close and harmonious working relationships and good communications at all levels between HSE and the SE, and in particular to foster constructive co-operation. Most day to day liaison between the SE and HSE will, in the first instance be handled by HSE's Director for Scotland, based in Edinburgh.
    Nature of concordat
    2. This concordat has been drawn up in accordance with the principles outlined in theMemorandum of Understanding (MOU) which sets out the understanding of the UK Governmentand the administrations of Scotland and Wales of the principles and practices that willunderlie relations between them. The MOU is augmented by an agreement on the JointMinisterial Committee (JMC) and by guidance on common working practices. There are alsooverarching concordats setting out the framework for co-operation on EU policy issues,international matters and statistics which are relevant to this agreement. Where thosematters are concerned, reference should first be made to those overarching concordats.

    29. Science News For Kids: DuPont Science Safety Zone
    Maintain constant supervision of student activities. Never allow students to perform Center for collaborative Research Education PO Box 80030

    Article Archive Agriculture Animals ... Next Site Search LAB SAFETY
    Science Safety Awareness Program General Science Safety Checklist Science safety is a team effort involving not only teachers and students but also school administrators and parents. But where can you go for guidance about proven safety practices? Web site provides readers with a wealth of practical information. The following is a suggested checklist of safety concerns in K-12 science labs adapted with permission from the Council of State Science Supervisors. (This and other related materials are available online at: Safety Equipment
    • Keep appropriate safety equipment on hand, including an emergency shower, eye-wash station, fume hood, fire blankets, and fire extinguisher. All students and teacher(s) should have and wear safety goggles and protective aprons when working in the lab. Ensure proper eye protection devices are worn by everyone engaged in supervising, observing, or conducting science activities involving potential hazards to the eye. Provide protective rubber or latex gloves for students when they dissect laboratory specimens.

    30. Other Activities And Issues - OAS Inter-Sectoral Unit For Tourism
    This Congress marks the beginning of a new Hemispheric collaborative effort, Mr. Hans Gehlert Mata (Moderator); Mr. Raúl Martínez safety in Large

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    XVII Congreso Interamericano de Turismo
    San José, Costa Rica - abril de 1997
    Acta Final
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  • ADDRESS BY THE PERMANENT SECRETARY TO THE XVII INTER-AMERICAN TRAVEL CONGRESS MR. CHAIRMAN, REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBER STATES, REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. We are meeting here today in a region of the Americas, which, with its rich cultural heritage and abundant bio-diversity, has tremendous potential for tourism development. Costa Rica, which is graciously hosting us, has been a trail-blazer as an eco-tourism destination, currently receiving almost 80% of all Central American visitor arrivals. The capital city of San Jose, therefore is unquestionably a most fitting site to convene the XVII Inter-American Travel Congress- a Congress that we hope will give new direction to the elaboration of tourism policies and practical collaborative activities in support of sustainable tourism development in the Americas. Mr. Chairman, on behalf of the General Secretariat of the OAS, I would like to thank the Government of Costa Rica for hosting this ministerial conference and for the arrangements that have been put in place. The Governments, most generous hospitality is greatly appreciated.
  • 31. Security Cooperation Program
    Microsoft and governments in the areas of security incident response, attackmitigation, and computing safety. Examples of collaborative activities Home Site Map Search for:
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    The Microsoft Security Cooperation Program (SCP) is a worldwide program that provides a structured way for governments and Microsoft to engage in cooperative security activities in the areas of computer incident response, attack mitigation, and citizen outreach. Top of page
    Eligible government organizations include those responsible for computer security incident response, protection of critical IT infrastructure that makes use of Microsoft technology, and computing safety. Three categories of government organization are likely to participate: national agencies or ministries;  governmental groups, including Computer Emergency Response teams (CERTs), Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs), and Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACS);  and some organizations that function at the state or provincial level. Governments currently under a trade embargo with the United States are not eligible. Top of page
    Partnerships between private-sector and public-sector organizations are essential to help protect critical IT infrastructures and promote computer safety. The SCP provides a structured foundation for a partnership between Microsoft and governments in the areas of security incident response, attack mitigation, and computing safety.

    32. Syngenta Research And Technology - Where?
    These collaborative activities include work with leading universities, Syngenta CTL is investing in new technology and defining the safety testing
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    ... Features Related Links Home Products and Services Annual Review Shareholder Information ... Collaborations INTRODUCTION Providing the facilities to grow As modern agriculture develops across the world, driven by the demand for high quality food, the need for modern crop protection products and new seed varieties will continue to grow. Our research centers across the globe will remain at the forefront of the effort to produce new solutions to help feed, clothe and protect the health of people around the world. Their research activities will provide novel products and methods that are safe, effective and form part of sustainable farming systems. Where do we carry out our research? We employ 5,000 people dedicated to research, technology and development We have hundreds of collaborations with external research partners and universities Our four major research sites are located in Switzerland, the UK and the US

    33. U.S. Department Of Labor -- Creating Opportunities For The Asian Pacific America
    Department of Labor partnership and collaborative activities are used to Ensuring Worker safety To make nonEnglish speaking workers aware of
    U.S. Department of Labor Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy Search / A-Z Index Find It!: By Topic By Audience By Top 20 Requested Items By Form ... By Location September 25, 2005 DOL Home OASP Fact Sheet
    As the first American woman of Asian descent to be in a President's Cabinet, Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao has always stated her commitment and strong ties to this community. Under her leadership, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) has made significant contributions to the advancement of the Asian Pacific American (APA) community through its human capital program, enforcement priorities, compliance assistance efforts and partnership activities. Compliance Priorities in the APA Communities The United States Department of Labor has established a compliance priority in low-wage industries with chronic violations, where large numbers of immigrant workers, including Asian Pacific Americans, are employed. These workers are more willing to accept low-wages and less likely to complain to the government when their rights have been violated. To meet this challenge, the Department employed directed enforcement , aggressive compliance assistance to both workers and employers, and

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    Motor Carrier safety Data Exchange The Department also proposes to work with of information and the initiation of collaborative activities amongst the
    Office of International Aviation: Air Services Liberalization - The Department will continue to pursue liberalized air transport agreements with Canada and Mexico. We believe it is essential for the three close neighbors and large trading partners to have fully liberalized air transport agreements that will more efficiently facilitate the cross-border movement of passengers and goods among all three countries. Fractional Ownership - Fractional ownership, a subset of general aviation, is a program that combines shared aircraft ownership, dry leasing of aircraft shares among owners within that program, and the use of a single program manager to provide aviation expertise and management services to those owners. The fractional ownership industry is growing and, if treated properly, will generate considerable economic benefit to North America . The Department will continue to work with Canada and Mexico to achieve a common North American regulatory approach that will allow the operations of fractional programs to continue to flourish. Federal Transit Administration: US-Mexico Mass Transit Border Project - The transit systems of Ciudad Juarez , Mexico and El Paso , Texas are developing plans for a coordinated bus rapid transit (BRT) system that commuters can use to expedite cross-border travel. Approximately 2,400 managers, engineers, and other professionals cross the border daily from El Paso to work in the 300 maquiladora manufacturing plants in Ciudad Juarez . The commuters can wait for hours in the heat and congestion of the El Paso-Juarez border crossings which adversely affects these workers' quality of life. This initiative could serve as a model for other busy border crossings with similar problems.

    35. Home Page For York College/FDA Collaborative Initiative
    and faculty a unique opportunity to engage in joint collaborative activities . York College and the FDA jointly sponsor workshops on Food safety and
    The York College/ FDA
    Collab orative Initiative
    Home FDA Student Internships Rapid Detection
    of Pathogens in Food
    ... City University of New York York College - a senior college within the CUNY system in Southeast Queens is in the unique and fortunate position of being the only CUNY campus to have a regional office of the US Food and Drug Administration on its fifty-acre campus. There are five regional offices for the FDA, and the facility located on the York College campus is one of the most modern.
    Hot Topics Rapid Detection of Pathogens in Food FDA Student
    Internships Available
    The FDA facility on the York Campus includes offices for investigators who monitor the production, distribution, and sale of all products under the agency's jurisdiction and a state-of-the-art laboratory. Its staff of scientists is responsible for performing analyses of foods, drugs, and cosmetics to ensure their safety. The testing performed includes analysis for microbial pathogens, pesticides, colors, insanitation, decomposition and heavy metals in foods, and quality and purity in pharmaceuticals.
    The proximity of the FDA site to York Colleges offers students and faculty a unique opportunity to engage in joint collaborative activities. A strong working relationship exits between York College and the FDA as exemplified by the following joint initiatives:

    The Institute of Medicine report on medical errors and patient safety called SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS collaborative activities are intended to strengthen . AHRQ also encourages investigators to consider including children in study populations, as appropriate. AHRQ announced in the NIH Guide of May 9, 1997, that it is developing a policy and implementation plan on the inclusion of children in health services research. This Notice is available through the AHRQ Website . AHRQ applicants are encouraged to obtain application materials from the AHRQ Publications Clearinghouse (see INQUIRIES). The RFA label and line 2 of the application form (rev. 4/98) should both indicate the RFA number. The RFA label must be affixed to the bottom of the face page. Failure to use this label could result in delayed processing of the application such that it may not reach the review committee in time for review. In addition, the RFA title and number must be typed on line 2 of the face page and the YES box must be marked. The sample RFA label available at

    37. DCJ - Office Of Juvenile Justice
    Colorado Department of Public safety. The Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) exists OJJ relies on collaborative activities with other state agencies,
    Office of Juvenile Justice
    Division of Criminal Justice
    Colorado Department of Public Safety
    The Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) exists within this state criminal justice planning agency to improve all areas of the administration of juvenile justice in Colorado. OJJ relies on collaborative activities with other state agencies, units of local government, and community based organizations to identify and implement innovative improvements and solutions to delinquency and youth problems.
    OJJ Home Page Staff Colorado's Juvenile Justice System-General
    and 3-Year Plan JJDP Council Members
    Current Priorities

    Mission and Structure
    Coalition for Minority Youth Equity

    Girls ETC Website
    Meeting Schedules for 2005 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
    Prevention Council

    Girls ETC Calendar
    Coalition for Minority Youth Equality ... Administrative Guide and Instructions Click the image below to download the Adobe Reader for free DCJ Main Page
    Colorado's Juvenile Justice System-General Information Grant Programs JJDP Council ... Grant Reporting Forms For comments about this website contact:

    38. It's About Time: Active Physics: Course Overview By Chapter
    To meet this challenge, students engage in collaborative activities that explore Activity Nine safety in the Air. Analyzing and interpreting exit
    A Leading Publisher of National Science Foundation Inquiry-based Programs Home About Us Curricula Technology ... Professional Development Active Physics Active Physics Home Course Overview Communication 1 Communication 2 Communication 3 Home 1 ... Transportation 1 Transportation 2 Transportation 3 Light Up My Life
    Transportation Chapter 2: Safety Chapter Challenge
    Dangers inherent in travel provide the context for this chapter. Students are challenged to design or build a safety device, or system, for protecting automobile, airplane, bicycle, motorcycle, or train passengers. New laws, increased awareness, and improved safety systems are explored as students work on this challenge. They are also encouraged to design improvements to existing systems and to find ways to minimize harm caused by accidents.
    Chapter Summary
    To meet this challenge, students engage in collaborative activities that explore motions and forces and the principles of design technology. These experiences engage students in the content from the National Science Education Standards. Activity Summaries Physics Principles Activity One: Accidents Following an investigation crashing cars against barriers, students use advertisements and consumer reports to learn about safety devices on automobiles. Each is analyzed to determine the type of collision-related injuries it prevents, and to identify if the device could in fact increase injuries in a unique setting.

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    Related Topics Organizations AEI-Brookings Joint Center Source: AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies Summary: Center for the study and analysis of existing and proposed regulatory programs. The website includes news, features, events, publications, and more. The publications include free book downloads as well as publications on such topics as water, toxic substances, food, benefit-cost analysis, legislation, international regulation, and much more Resource type: website ID: Agriculture Network Information Center Source: Agriculture Network Information Center Summary: A guide to online agricultural resources selected by the National Agricultural Library, Land-Grant Universities, and other institutions

    40. Washington Patient Safety Coalition
    Our goal is to become the premier resource for patient safety activities inWashington. Our collaborative, nonpunitive approach builds on Washington’s
    Welcome to the web site of the Washington Patient Safety Coalition. Our mission is to reduce medical errors and improve safety for people receiving health care in Washington. Our goal is to become the premier resource for patient safety activities in Washington. Please view our mission, goals, and principles Coordinated Quality Improvement Program (CQIP) . This provides important legal protection for the quality improvement activities carried out under the auspices of the Coalition. Steering Committee provides leadership and strategic planning for the Coalition; its members represent the major interests and stakeholders in health care and patient safety. The Washington Patient Safety Coalition is hosted and facilitated by the Foundation for Health Care Quality Please contact us for information about the Coalition and how to become involved with and support our work. This web site was developed with and is maintained by the generous support of the Washington State Medical Association
    The Washington Patient Safety Coalition is hosted and facilitated by the Foundation for Health Care Quality
    a private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation in Seattle, Washington.

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