UK: Workers hospitalized after carbon monoxide leak on submarine View post tag: Astute-Class Shipbuilders and Royal Navy personnel working on the UK’s newest Astute-class submarine were taken to hospital on Saturday after a carbon monoxide leak was discovered inside the submarine.According to North West Evening Mail, the evacuation from future HMAS Audacious started when sensors detected high carbon monoxide levels.Some 18 workers were taken to hospital following the incident as a precaution and returned to work in the afternoon, according to the report.HMAS Audacious, built by BAE Systems in Barrow in Furness, was launched in April this year and is expected to start sea trials in 2018.The 7,400 tonne, 97-metre long, nuclear-powered submarine is the fourth of overall seven boats that will be built for the Royal Navy Industry news May 30, 2017 View post tag: BAe Systems Back to overview,Home naval-today UK: Workers hospitalized after carbon monoxide leak on submarine View post tag: Royal Navy View post tag: HMS Audacious Share this article
Buyers have been found for the vast majority of Leeds-based Ainsleys, which went into administration in November, with Country Style Foods acquiring the company’s central bakery and brand.A deal has also been struck to sell 20 of Ainsleys’ 29 leasehold retail outlets, split evenly between craft bakery chains Cooplands of Scarborough and Cooplands of Doncaster. Ainsleys’ sandwich van business has been sold to AW Food Services.Joe McLean, a partner at administrator Grant Thornton, said: “We are really pleased to have found buyers for the majority of the various businesses within the Ainsleys portfolio. Negotiations are still ongoing in respect of the remaining nine stores and we hope to be able to announce a positive resolution shortly.“I would like to thank all Ainsleys staff for their help and support during this difficult time. Their loyalty and commitment to Ainsleys, shown by their high standard of work despite uncertainty and terrible weather conditions, has been vital in securing a buyer.”For the full story, see the February 12 issue of British Baker, out today.
Batesville, In. — Safe Passage, Inc. had a very busy 2017 in southeastern Indiana. According to a recent report the agency:Helped 1040 clientsResponded to 643 crisis helpline callsDrove more than 22,000 miles for client needsServed 11,233 shelter mealsPresented 50 nutrition, 1020 exercise and 1020 meditation classesPresented 235 prevention programsHeld 140 support group sessionsProvided 105 “Fresh Start” baskets to women starting overAnyone who needs help, for themselves or a friend, can call 812-933-1990, the Toll-Free Helpline 877-733-1990 or go online here.Safe Passage, Inc. is a non-profit organization that is always looking for volunteers and financial support.