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- Sub revamp deal means 10 years of life for DML. // Professional Engineering;11/14/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p8
Discusses the decision of the Environmental Agency to refit Britain's nuclear submarine fleet in Devonport Royal Dockyard. Application submitted to revise authorization to dispose radioactive waste; Conclusion of Environmental Agency to increase radioactive discharges within national limits.
- Trident repair privatisation plan will cost 1,000 jobs, unions fear. // Professional Engineering;01/31/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p13
Reports that labor unions have criticized a British government's plan to contract out maintenance and repair work at a Trident nuclear submarine base to private company Babcock International Group PLC. Predicted number of Ministry of Defense jobs to be eliminated by the government's move;...
- SHAKING UP THE ROCK. Maroney, Tyler // Atlantic Monthly (10727825);Apr2001, Vol. 287 Issue 4, p29
The article focuses on repairs to the British nuclear submarine, the HMS Tireless, and controversy over the political status of the territory of Gibraltar, outside of Spain. Great Britain considers Gibraltar an overseas territory while the United Nations (UN) believes it is a non-self-governing...
- Job for life. Reidy, Heath // Professional Engineering;3/25/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p30
The article presents information on the nuclear submarine HMS Vigilant. The submarine in Devonport dock, Devon, England is repaired, decontaminated, defuelled and refuelled. According to Gavin Leckie, submarine programme director at Babcock International Group PLC Marine & Technology Division,...
- Employee Fraud. Albrecht, W. Steve; Schmoldt, David W. // Business Horizons;Jul/Aug88, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p16
This article will provide empirical evidence about the occurrence of different types of employee fraud in different industries. The basis for the study is a survey of federal and state fraud cases that have been prosecuted and are included in the law reporter series. First, we review the...
- Expense fiddlers and paper pilferers beware. // Computer Weekly;6/27/2002, p56
Focuses on the survey on pilfering and expense fraud in the workplace. Importance of the attitude of the employer; Percentage of office workers who have taken home company stationery; Reasons of office workers to justify their actions.
- Employee fraud balloons in tight labor market. Fitzgerald, Kate // Crain's Chicago Business;03/26/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p14
Highlights the report of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners on employee theft in the United States. Estimated annual value of employee theft in the U.S.; Risks of internal fraud; Measures to prevent employee fraud; Insufficiency of talking to the human resources department of an...
- Employee Education Essential for Effective Fraud Reporting. // Broker Magazine;Apr/May2003, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p10
Highlights the importance of employee education in the effective reporting of corporate fraud in the U.S. Suggestions from former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Ralph Childs; Effectiveness of establishing employee hotlines; Absence of anti-fraud controls in most companies.
- Employee fraud. Albrecht, W. Steve // Internal Auditor;Oct96, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p26
Discusses the role of internal auditors in exposing employee fraud. Accounting anomalies; Internal control symptoms; Analytical symptoms; Tips and complaints; Changes in employee behavior and lifestyle. INSETS: The certificate of deposit fraud.;The proof operator fraud.;The kickback fraud..