In 2015 David Gilmour set out to play a series of concerts in historic venues across the world. In 2016 he became the first performer to play the amphitheater in Pompeii in front of a live audience since the gladiators in 79AD.
On July 7th & 8th 2016, Gilmour preformed two shows at the legendary Pompeii Amphitheater in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. The concerts were the first ever rock performances played to an audience in the ancient Roman amphitheater, which was built in 90BC and entombed in ash when Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD. David Gilmour is the only performer to play to an audience in the arena since the time of the gladiators, almost 2,000 years ago.
The concert performance film, David Gilmour Live at Pompeii, was shot in 4k by director Gavin Elder and includes highlights from both shows. The concert is a spectacular audio-visual experience, featuring the famous huge circular cyclorama screen as well as lasers, pyrotechnics and stellar performances from an all-star band.
When working with new environments, there are several things that we must consider: your employees must know about WHMIS, and have a strong background knowledge of the WHMIS signs and what they indicate. What to do in the event of an incident, emergency, or even in the event of a loss of an employee. There are jobs, such as those in the oil industry, that are deemed inherently dangerous jobs. Some deaths are a result of not following procedure, not using tags, etc. There are many inherently dangerous jobs out there such as being an astronaut, or president of the united states. Statistically, President of the United states is one of the most murdered professions.
Recently, there has been a shift to online based workplace training- it is cheaper and more efficently than person to person training. Most companies today are using online based training because it is generally cheaper and quicker. Employees get a good sense of the type of issues they may face, as well as safety precautions and disaster mitigation. I was recently doing WHMIS training online for a project I was working on in a factory setting, I went through it in about 3 hours and felt at the end that I was better off with the up to date, online based educational learning.
Many companies are not up to date on their training for JHSC certifications, this is a major problem. It only takes one circumstance, one issue, one loss to result in major and massive financial and legal repercussions. Here are a couple stories about people who have not had their certifications up to date. One individual was working as a contractor, doing construction on a second floor of a home. Some wood broke and the individual fell a story down to the concrete floor below, sustaining serious head injuries. Falls are the most common workplace risk.
Another individual fell into a silo, and was suffocated by the grain dust. This would have been an awful way to die and easily prevented if there was stronger more stringent health codes in effect.
This is Pipe coming at you, and I want YOU to know how I can change our community for the better. There are many changes I would make to our community to make it more beneficial for the people in our community. This includes helping people repair damaged homes. We need our entire community to help each other in rebuilding and repairing damaged homes, and the government needs to provide more funding for us. We also need to clean up the streets and whatever trash is around the neighbourhood.
We need to ensure that our kids are getting the best that they can in order to succeed. This means more funding to schools around the area for different social activities, sports, and arts. We also need to make sure that the jobs we are working is providing a safe environment. This means that firms and companies need to provide proper training and information for whichever activity is required.
The more training we have as a community, the more we can advance and succeed. I believe that I can make those changes happen. With your help, we can make this community better and brighter than it is now.