Domingo Añasco-Gaces Samontina, Jr.
.Professional Member of the Mechatronics and Robotics Society of the Philippines
.Certified Documented Information Controller with TUV Rheinland Qualifications
.Master of Science in Engineering (on-going) with Professional Teacher Certificate
Simplified Master Document Register (MDR) in the Construction Industry
INTRODUCTION The Master Document Register (MDR), also known as the Master Document List (MDL) or Master Deliverable Register, is a comprehensive list of documents that must be delivered across all disciplines and phases of a capital project. All incoming and outgoing documents are included in the MDR. The MDR stores metadata (attributes) such as discipline, document classification, document type or nature, revision number or code, document description, document transmittal reference number, document reference number, and revision status for each of these document deliverables. The method used to handle the documents (for example, email, transmittal, courier, etc.), the date submitted (document date), the date the document was delivered, the date closed or approved, the date received by, and the approval code.
Job Interview As A Document Controller In One Of The International Consulting Firms In The Mandaluyong City, Philippines Area
One of my coworkers sent me a photo of the opening at the mentioned company. I am thrilled to apply because the offer is double that of my current employer. I applied for the job right away through Jobstreet. It took a few months after I received feedback from one of the company's HR representatives. In order for them to process my application, they asked me a few questions via email. I instantly responded, and it took a few months before they called me again, this time asking for my availability for the first scheduled interview. But, prior to this email, I had gotten a rejection notice from Jobstreet advising me that the position I was seeking for at that company had been filled. But they were opening the door for me again, so I decided to go through.
The Best Place to Eat in Pampanga, Philippines
The Best Restaurant in Pampanga, Philippines: The Finest Capampangan Cuisine. It is believed that food gives the body the vitality it requires to continue breathing and being alive, to function and bundle up, and to build and repair tissues. There is more than enough food available to us since we live in a world of abundance.
Standard First Aid and Basic Life Support - Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) with Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
Abstract Only about 1% of the general public knows how to assess or handle someone who has passed out. Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest mortality would be dramatically reduced if 15–20 percent of the population could perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (M. Connolly, P. Toner, D. Connolly, & D.R. McCluskey, 2007). A training program was implemented in our workplace as part of a campaign aimed at enhancing first-aid knowledge and skills. Our company is following the government's mandated nationwide educational effort to protect Filipinos' health and safety. The First Aid and Basic Life Support-Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation with Automated External Defibrillator training was rigorously adhered to.
The 4th Industrial and Education Revolution: What it Means and How to Respond
Abstract: Each year, the internet connects an increasing number of people and things. This tendency will have a significant impact on our daily lives, as well as how we educate ourselves, connect with one another, and make and distribute commodities. Manufacturing, education, and administration are all going to be affected by the Internet of Things. Because the solutions are all web-based, they can be used together. Many sectors and business models are currently being disrupted by disruptive innovations. Supply chains are impacted by the fourth industrial revolution as a result of increasingly digitized processes and the exponential development of sensible data.
SINOVAC : COVID-19 Vaccine
With COVID-19, the Philippines, like other countries throughout the world, is facing a potentially catastrophic challenge. The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the need for vaccines, and the Philippines is doing all it can to combat the disease. The propagation of the virulent Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is debilitating. COVID-19 vaccinations, as well as social separation, face masks, face shields, and discipline, are required to combat and survive this epidemic.