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JPO - Frequently Asked Questions Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU JPO - Frequently Asked Questions Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > Careers and Recruitment > JPO - Frequently Asked Questions Share Who we need What we offer Conditions of employment Types of appointment How to apply Vacancy Notices FAQ Careers and Recruitment ITU Health Insurance ITU Health Insurance - FAQ Complementary Insurances Page Content 20 ​ FAQs for Junior Professional Officer Programme   Are there age restrictions? (...) Are JPOs provided with compensation and benefits - such as salary and health insurance – during their assignment? The donor covers travel, salary, UN Pension, and ITU’s obligatory insurances
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Score: 1011370.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/careers/Pages/jpo-faq.aspx
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Requiring notification and recording of only insured or compensable fatalities, injuries and diseases frequently results in under-reporting and undermines the reliability and effective utilization of the data collected. (...) Consequently, even when legal frameworks’ coverage is comprehensive, occupational diseases frequently go undetected. Comparability These challenges involve factors that limit data consistency. (...) Authorities may have their own separate notification and reporting mechanisms and repository of OSH data and frequently do not have the authority or ability to share or aggregate data across authorities.
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Score: 975688.4 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_546702.pdf
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Requiring notification and recording of only insured or compensable fatalities, injuries and diseases frequently results in under-reporting and undermines the reliability and effective utilization of the data collected. (...) Consequently, even when legal frameworks’ coverage is comprehensive, occupational diseases frequently go undetected. Comparability These challenges involve factors that limit data consistency. (...) Authorities may have their own separate notification and reporting mechanisms and repository of OSH data and frequently do not have the authority or ability to share or aggregate data across authorities.
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Score: 975688.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_546702.pdf
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Peter Townsend Chief Executive, Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Christchurch, New Zealand Peter Townsend Chief Executive, Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Christchurch, New Zealand 22 February 2011  6.3 magnitude earthquake  185 lives lost  Hundreds seriously injured  Over 100,000 homes damaged  1,100 commercial buildings destroyed in CBD  80% CBD buildings gone  6,000 businesses vacated CBD  Estimated $45 billion NZD to rebuild Impact on Business  Cordon  Services  Insurance  Market perceptions  Lease agreements  Staff support Recover Canterbury  The Chamber and Canterbury Development Corporation  A safe pair of hands for business  Call centre  Website  Business recovery coordination  Business Recovery Trust Other Support  Access to cordon  Frequent communication  Earthquake support subsidy (NZD$250,000,000=USD$180,000,000) Key Lessons  Need to provide hope and certainty  Quick and coordinated support  Expertise on the ground – eg insurance, HR  Importance of cashflow and adequate insurance (understand cover)  Frequent and accurate communication  Crisis management planning  Survival of limited liability companies  Flexible entities to meet changing needs  Need for positive media Christchurch: A City of Opportunity “As you recreate Christchurch, you must recreate it to ride the great tailwinds of our time, not the tailwinds of yesterday.”
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Score: 970121.9 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...s/presentation/wcms_541898.pdf
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Peter Townsend Chief Executive, Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Christchurch, New Zealand Peter Townsend Chief Executive, Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Christchurch, New Zealand 22 February 2011  6.3 magnitude earthquake  185 lives lost  Hundreds seriously injured  Over 100,000 homes damaged  1,100 commercial buildings destroyed in CBD  80% CBD buildings gone  6,000 businesses vacated CBD  Estimated $45 billion NZD to rebuild Impact on Business  Cordon  Services  Insurance  Market perceptions  Lease agreements  Staff support Recover Canterbury  The Chamber and Canterbury Development Corporation  A safe pair of hands for business  Call centre  Website  Business recovery coordination  Business Recovery Trust Other Support  Access to cordon  Frequent communication  Earthquake support subsidy (NZD$250,000,000=USD$180,000,000) Key Lessons  Need to provide hope and certainty  Quick and coordinated support  Expertise on the ground – eg insurance, HR  Importance of cashflow and adequate insurance (understand cover)  Frequent and accurate communication  Crisis management planning  Survival of limited liability companies  Flexible entities to meet changing needs  Need for positive media Christchurch: A City of Opportunity “As you recreate Christchurch, you must recreate it to ride the great tailwinds of our time, not the tailwinds of yesterday.”
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Score: 970121.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/presentation/wcms_541898.pdf
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New Permanent Representative of the Bahamas Presents Credentials to the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva | UN GENEVA Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Pусский Español Select your language English Français UN GENEVA Search Practical Information Select a section Practical Information Overview COVID-19 Strategic Heritage Plan Visitors Delegates Permanent Missions Journalists Vendors Civil Society Students & Researchers Job Seekers Frequently Asked Questions ABOUT Who UN Geneva Director-General Governance Careers Contact Us What Topics Conference Management Coordination and Support Annual report Take Action Frequently Asked Questions With Blue Book Permanent Missions Société civile International Geneva Visitors Visit UN Geneva NEWS Highlights News Spotlight Impact Stories Podcasts Social media UN WebTV Press Centre Press releases Meeting Summaries Press Conferences Bi-weekly briefings Presentation of Credentials Information for journalists Campaigns UN75 Verified Pause 170 Actions i am a migrant Women Rise for All Meetings and Events Resources Daily Documents Listen Live UN WebTV Digital Recordings Meeting Summaries Meeting Documents Remote Meetings Calendar Meetings & Events calendar Library events Cultural Activities Ciné-ONU International Days Services Information for attendees Information for Meeting Organizers Conference rooms at the Palais KNOWLEDGE Key Publications UN Charter Universal Declaration of Human Rights The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Treaty Bodies Library & Archives Library Archives Cultural Activities UN Museum Geneva Ask the Library & Archives Learning Sustainable Development Goals Students Academics Kids The League of Nations Featured 2021 Annual Report Visit us Practical Information Breadcrumb Home News and Media News & Media New Permanent Representative of the Bahamas Presents Credentials to the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva 11 May 2022 Presentation of Credentials   Patricia Ann Hermanns, the new Permanent Representative of the Bahamas to the United Nations Office at Geneva, today presented her credentials to Tatiana Valovaya, the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva. (...) She worked as the Director of the National Insurance Board of the Bahamas from September 2017 to May 2018. She was President and Director of the Family Guardian Insurance Company and of its parent company FamGuard.
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Score: 968426.9 - https://www.ungeneva.org/en/ne...epresentative-bahamas-presents
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Does the FISH4ACP envisage fisheries and aquaculture insurance development in the improvement plan? Are there insurance companies servicing fisheries and aquaculture value chains? (...) To find out more about insurance in fisheries and aquaculture value chains please see  FAO insurance and safety at sea page  as well as the insurance for small scale fisheries guidance note.    (...) All you ever wanted to know about FISH4ACP Here are answers to the most frequent questions about FISH4ACP. Many were asked during the FISH4ACP virtual tour from July 2020.
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Score: 965392.4 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...cp/faq/faq-business-models/en/
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Some goods and services subject to frequent price change require frequent price collection. (...) The remaining commodities are characterised by less frequent price changes and, for this reason, their prices are collected at intervals longer than one month. (...) Frequently, one detailed description may be applicable to all of the outlets in which prices are collected.
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Score: 954905.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM1/E/CA.html
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5/14/2021 Why did my health insurance contribution increase in July? | iSeek https://iseek.un.org/article/why-did-my-health-insurance-contribution-increase-july 1/3 News and staff stories  Friday, 20 November 2020 | DMSPC | New York Why did my health insurance contribution increase in July? “Why did my contribution to health insurance increase in July?” This is the most frequently asked question that the UN Health and Life Insurance Section receives from staff and retirees enrolled in the UNHQ health insurance plans. (...) Log in to post comments   Tools (27)   Subscribe   Tags Health Insurance   Topic Health   Oce DMSPC   Location   Author New York http://www.un.org/insurance https://iseek.un.org/user/login?
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Score: 953191.5 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...ion_increase_in_july_iseek.pdf
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Losses in the retention layer are highly frequent, but of a limited size, and this is why they are normally addressed through simple strategies, such as income diversification and consumption smoothing. Other frequent strategies that are adopted to deal with expected variability include crop and plot diversification, engagement in off-farm activities, savings and other financial assets. (...) In principle, any risk could be transferred, no matter how frequent; but this would result in very high insurance cost.
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Score: 943184.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...AAACP_Paper_Series_No_6_1_.pdf
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