FDB Panel Fittings Camlocks Online – Ex-Stock with Urgent Delivery

 Market activists FDB Panel Fittings at their Online store now offer a select range of camlocks for enclosures, lockers, equipment cases and similar in 11mm, 16mm and 20mm sizes. Round and square format housing styles are available – all ex-stock for urgent delivery.

Panel Fittings camlocks are complete with lock nut and assembled flat cam for immediate fitment into a pre-punched industry-standard cut-out.

Over their many years as specialists in supply of “Panel Fittings for Every Enclosure,” you may suppose FDB Panel Fittings have become very proud of their extensive range of camlocks and handles, which includes established and widely specified products, offering a variety of security levels. Applications continue to expand and surprise but typically they include: office furniture, electrical enclosures, lockers, amusement machines, retail displays, telephones and vehicle security.

FDB camlocks are candidates for kit pack collation with hinges and pre-cut gasket as part of the Panel Fittings Rocfast assembly/logistics service which also enables customers to access the many years’ experience of their sales team. All their camlocks and hinges are available in the Rocfast packaging and delivery program which enables customers to order a variety of components pre-assembled ready for installation – and delivered to site as a kit – so reducing costs and speeding up the fitment process.

FDB Panel Fittings

Gary Miles

+44 020 8568 1616

https://www.fdbonline.co.uk/collections/locks-and-lock-components/camlock

ContactContact

Categories

  • Engineering

Hong Kong – LegCo Panel on Welfare Services visits Children’s Residential Home of Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children (with photos)

LegCo Panel on Welfare Services visits Children’s Residential Home of Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children (with photos)

******************************************************************************************


The following is issued on behalf of the Legislative Council Secretariat:



     The Legislative Council (LegCo) Panel on Welfare Services visited the Children’s Residential Home (CRH) of the Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children (HKSPC) today (September 28) to learn about the operation of the CRH after the implementation of its reform project and the conditions of children under residential care.



     Members first received briefings by the Superintendent of the CRH, Ms Loretta Cheung, and the Project Manager of the CRH reform project, Ms Bessie Ho, on the current operation of the CRH and the progress of the reform project since its launch in March 2022.



     Members then observed the facilities and environment of the CRH to gain a better understanding of the conditions of children under residential care and the manning ratio of the CRH’s staff. Meanwhile, Members met with representatives of the HKSPC and the Council of Non-profit Making Organizations for Pre-primary Education to exchange views on strengthening the residential child care services, establishing effective monitoring mechanism and raising the awareness of staff on protecting children from being abused.



     A total of 11 members and non-members of the Panel on Welfare Services attended the visit.

Hong Kong – LegCo Panel on Security visits Government Flying Service Headquarters (with photos)

LegCo Panel on Security visits Government Flying Service Headquarters (with photos)

***********************************************************************************


The following is issued on behalf of the Legislative Council Secretariat:



     The Legislative Council (LegCo) Panel on Security visited the Government Flying Service (GFS) Headquarters today (May 31) to better understand the daily operation of the GFS.

 

     Panel members first took a helicopter ride arranged by the GFS from the helipad in Wan Chai. They took the opportunity to conduct aerial inspection of the community isolation facilities in the former Kai Tak runway when the helicopters flew over the GFS Kai Tak Division.

 

     Panel members were then briefed by the GFS representatives on its searching and rescue operations when the helicopters flew over the hot spots of mountain rescue including the Kowloon Peak and the Lion Rock.

 

     When Panel members arrived at the GFS Headquarters in Chek Lap Kok, they toured the Hangar and received a briefing from the Controller of the GFS, Captain West, on the GFS’s aircraft fleet and related equipment. They also observed a training demonstration by the aircrews of the GFS. Meanwhile, Panel members also exchanged views with the aircrews of the GFS to gain a better understanding of the situation and challenges of the daily operation of the GFS.

 

     A total of 12 members of the Panel on Security attended the visit.

Free Virtual Panel Discussion Celebrates Women Veterans, Calls for Increased Diversity

The 11,000+ woman-led professional networking community will present a panel discussion featuring former military troops turned successful tech professionals

Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech Official Logo

Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech Official Logo

SAN FRANCISCOMarch 7, 2022PRLog — Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech (SC: BWiT), a solidarity group dedicated to supporting the work of Black Women in the technology industry, today announced that Women Veterans worldwide are invited to kick off Women’s History Month with a free virtual celebration on March 16, 2022, featuring a panel discussion moderated by Isabel Céspedes, Creative Director of SC: BWiT.

The theme of the discussion is “Solidarity in Transition,” with panelists exploring issues

minority female Veterans face after separation from the military. Guests will share empowering reflections regarding their career journeys, including how non-Veterans can help mitigate potential roadblocks and setbacks for future job seekers.

SC: BWiT members will also serve as panelists, according to founder Alexandria “Lexi B.” Butler.

“It is important to highlight the diverse and complex narratives within the Black female

diaspora,” remarked Mrs. Butler. “The Black woman Veteran experience is a narrative and

identity that is not adequately highlighted. By creating this panel and choosing to spotlight this version of Black life, non-Veterans will know how to hold solidarity and unify with their Black veteran sisters. Black women must choose to understand the nuanced differences among us so that empathy can rise— and support and respect can be born among us”.

Panelists include Tracy Ferguson, US Army (Senior Engineering Manager at Twitter); LaTorya Walker, US Army (SpecTech Diversity Recruiting & Strategic Sourcer at Meta); and Renee D. Cassidy, Air Force (Manager Development Consultant- Twitter).

In a departure from the in-person events that made the SC: BWiT brand popular, organizers promise the experience is in keeping with SC: BWiT mission to provide safe and authentic spaces for Black women to discuss and organize around issues facing their communities.

“We recognized that a significant portion of our members are veterans, and we want to create a space to engage in an open conversation around transferable skills and translating military language for a tech environment,” said SC: BWiT Creative Director Isabel Cespedes. “There is much insight to be gained from these women, and all too often, recruiters pass on extremely qualified talent who happen to be veterans. I hope that this event serves as the beginning of many ongoing discussions.”

Go to Facebook Groups to join the Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech community at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/scbwit.

About Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech:

Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech (SC: BWiT) is a solidarity group dedicated to supporting the work of Black Women in the technology (BWiT) industry from across the Diaspora. Established in April 2017, SC: BWiT is rooted in the deep history of fellowship groups of Black women in the United States. Sista Circle: Black Women In Tech draws inspiration from history using technology and social media to create connections with Black women on a global scale.

Black In Tech: Panel Discussion Celebrates Women Veterans, Calls for Increased Diversity

The 11,000+ woman-led professional networking community will present a panel discussion featuring former military troops turned successful tech professionals

Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech Official Logo

Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech Official Logo

SAN FRANCISCOMarch 7, 2022PRLog — Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech (SC: BWiT), a solidarity group dedicated to supporting the work of Black Women in the technology industry, today announced that Women Veterans worldwide are invited to kick off Women’s History Month with a free virtual celebration on March 16, 2022, featuring a panel discussion moderated by Isabel Céspedes, Creative Director of SC: BWiT.

The theme of the discussion is “Solidarity in Transition,” with panelists exploring issues

minority female Veterans face after separation from the military. Guests will share empowering reflections regarding their career journeys, including how non-Veterans can help mitigate potential roadblocks and setbacks for future job seekers.

SC: BWiT members will also serve as panelists, according to founder Alexandria “Lexi B.” Butler.

“It is important to highlight the diverse and complex narratives within the Black female

diaspora,” remarked Mrs. Butler. “The Black woman Veteran experience is a narrative and

identity that is not adequately highlighted. By creating this panel and choosing to spotlight this version of Black life, non-Veterans will know how to hold solidarity and unify with their Black veteran sisters. Black women must choose to understand the nuanced differences among us so that empathy can rise— and support and respect can be born among us”.

Panelists include Tracy Ferguson, US Army (Senior Engineering Manager at Twitter); LaTorya Walker, US Army (SpecTech Diversity Recruiting & Strategic Sourcer at Meta); and Renee D. Cassidy, Air Force (Manager Development Consultant- Twitter).

In a departure from the in-person events that made the SC: BWiT brand popular, organizers promise the experience is in keeping with SC: BWiT mission to provide safe and authentic spaces for Black women to discuss and organize around issues facing their communities.

“We recognized that a significant portion of our members are veterans, and we want to create a space to engage in an open conversation around transferable skills and translating military language for a tech environment,” said SC: BWiT Creative Director Isabel Cespedes. “There is much insight to be gained from these women, and all too often, recruiters pass on extremely qualified talent who happen to be veterans. I hope that this event serves as the beginning of many ongoing discussions.”

Go to Facebook Groups to join the Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech community at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/scbwit.

About Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech:

Sista Circle: Black Women in Tech (SC: BWiT) is a solidarity group dedicated to supporting the work of Black Women in the technology (BWiT) industry from across the Diaspora. Established in April 2017, SC: BWiT is rooted in the deep history of fellowship groups of Black women in the United States. Sista Circle: Black Women In Tech draws inspiration from history using technology and social media to create connections with Black women on a global scale.