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A new corporate identity has been developed and a website launched following a communications exercise that involved all major customers and suppliers.
Hands-on activities in actual permit spaces included group communications exercises and demonstrations of confined space access and retrieval using harnesses and tripod systems.
Throughout 2012 and 2013, Trident Social Investment Group has been undertaking a wide-ranging communications exercise - 'Listening and Learning' - with internal and external stakeholders.
The workshops have included communications exercises and presentations from international and regional communications experts, such as Abdul Aziz Al Horr from the Al Jazeera Training Centre, who talked about the strategic media planning, and Dr Faisal Al Qassim, of the Doha-based Al Jazeera Satellite Channel, who discussed the different priorities of the various printed media and broadcasts, as well as training participants in media interviewing techniques.
The revamp was mainly a communications exercise and the content of the audits would not change, a spokesman added.
Fourth, start a company-wide communications exercise talking about the change programme.
To that end, we explore the power of partnerhips with a look at NSWC Dam Neck; Phoenix Express; DoD's Interoperability Communications Exercise (DICE); Joint Expeditionary Force Experiment 2008-3 (JEFX 08-3); Trident Warrior 2008; Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID); and Combined Endeavor.
units are required to complete communications exercises with all WHNS assets during two annual exercises.