We have some equipment for sale and are inviting sealed bids to purchase it.
The model is a CVK Entry Level 1 HAV Dosemeter Measurement System [CVK1511]. This Hand-Arm Vibration measurement system allows real time accurate HAV measurements to be taken from equipment being used to conduct a standard work process. The measurement sensor is fitted into a specially adapted glove so each grip position or handle can be measured quickly and efficiently.
The CVK Hand-Arm vibration measurement system can detect tool degradation along with personalised operator user technique and can be worn over extended periods of time and can easily be utilised to gather operator HAV exposure over complete shifts.
The CVK1511 also has the added benefit of being supplied with block mounts to enable the accelerometer to be ridgidly fixed to the equipment handle’s should you wish to take standard measurements with the system.
The CVK1511 Entry Level HAV Measurement System comprises of HAV Active Accelerometer & Data capture unit, 2 x specially adapted gloves, Vibview Light Software which allows you to download & view your vibration measurements, download / charger cable, mains charging adaptor, rugged carry case, Quickstart Guide
This product was purchased in 2012 but has not been used for last 6 years.
If you are interested in this item, then please send a sealed bid to Sandy Williams, Bolsover District Council, The Arc, High Street, Clowne, Derbyshire S43 4JY by 12noon on Friday 2 September 2019.
We have a desk for sale and are inviting sealed bids to purchase it.
The desk is solid, slightly curved with two sets of attached drawers and a leather top. It is fairly old so there are a few marks on the wood and it is lockable but the keys are not available.
The Barlborough Wind Farm Community Fund is committed to providing a one-time donation of £10,000 and £1,000 yearly, for the operating life of the wind farm, to be split equally between Barlborough Parish Council and Clowne Parish Council for good causes in the local community.
The Fund will allow groups to apply for grants up to £250. There will be four application rounds to apply to each year. Additional rounds may be established if not all the funding is allocated at each round. Please see the eligible criteria and application form.
Face to face enquiries and payment machines will be closed to the public at all Contact Centres during the above times, the Meet & Greet function at Clowne and the Call Centre telephone service will remain operational.
The session will be utilised to deliver refresher training on Mental Health Awareness.
In 2018 the Pinxton and East Derbyshire Link of the Chernobyl Children Life Line continued their help to the unfortunate child victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster with another group of 21 visitors to our area. The visiting group of 21 this year consisted of 2 boys and 18 girls with their leader interpreter.
During their time with us they had dental and optical checks done by local dentists and opticians who volunteered their time and the children along with their host families went on many visits around our region. This year the group set another milestone in their history by passing the 500 mark of visitors they have been able to bring to our area for respite. Although more than 30 years ago the problems from the radio active fallout left by the disaster still persists today with most of the population suffering in some way.
Unfortunately young children are so vulnerable, and living in such a severely contaminated environment every day, will inevitably cause them health problems, whether breathing the contaminated dust, eating the food grown on contaminated land or ingesting it in some other way. There is little or no choice and no escape from this invisible enemy as it lies on the land they live and grow their food on, slowly breaking down, taking not only decades but thousands of years before things get anything near to `normal`, but that’s not taking into consideration the long term effects on the populations gene pool or the environment.
No one knows the long term effects these radioactive isotopes will have, hence the disaster being labelled `the worlds biggest experiment`, and as such the world sits back watching and waiting for the changes to take place in the hope they will learn from this should such an horrific nuclear disaster happen again.
Although little can be done to reduce the effect of this widespread contamination the Pinxton and East Derbyshire Link of the Chernobyl Children Life Line have been giving hope to hundreds of unfortunate children who are all desperate to get away from the nuclear contamination for respite and a convalescing break.
For the past 23 years the Pinxton and East Derbyshire Link has raised the money to pay the travel costs for the children to come for a one month stay in our area. Whilst here the children stay with volunteer host families in their own homes enjoying a happy family environment whilst also having the benefits of eating a healthy diet of fresh food and breathing clean uncontaminated air, all in an effort to rejuvenate their much depleted immune systems. Whilst here, the children also receive dental checks and treatment along with eye tests where necessary.
The remainder of their time is spent with the family and the group visiting local places of interest or other organised events. Most of the children have had very little and just enjoy the friendship and hospitality of their new host family. All the hosts and their children mix together as one and support each other making one big family. At the end of their stay the children return home with a much rejuvenated immune system, improved health and many wonderful and exciting memories of the time they spent with their wonderful host family.
To enable us to give these children this wonderful opportunity in their lives the Chernobyl Children Life Line needs to find more volunteer host families who are able to open their hearts and their homes to give one of these unfortunate children, their opportunity of a lifetime.
Our group consists of very ordinary people from different backgrounds and you don’t have to be different, special or wealthy to host these unfortunate children. The children are various ages and are boys or girls to fit in with the family circumstances and each group is accompanied with a leader / translator in the event of any language difficulties. The whole experience is morally very rewarding and enjoyable for all those who take part. So if you think you could offer a child the opportunity of a lifetime and enjoy yourself at the same time why not consider hosting one of our children this summer.