Thursday, January 22, 2009

Women Jeans Info

Just info of women clothes about women's jeans trends.

Jeans are the most old and traditional wear for a lot of people all over the world. They are available in many shades of blue and black. Known for their durability, they have a unique feature, they look good as they fade.

Easy to wear jeans have the same kind of look that jeans that are not so easy to wear have. But each of it has a different appeal and a different thing to say. Jeans fashion apparel inspired by the girl next door and designed for you is a fresh designer brand of women’s clothing and designer jeans such as Lee, L.E.I., Levi's, Lucky, Miss Sixty, Mudd, Old Navy, Wrangle, etc which will always be viewed as innovative, contemporary, exciting, in season, in style and as having high quality and ultimately comfortable to wear.

The basic difference between the varieties of Jeans available on the market is how well these jeans fit, especially on the buttocks. Do you know that jeans is worn not just to show off rebellious character, but also to add some voluptuousness to a woman's body? Add a skin hugging jeans, with a low waist and tight short T-shirt and there it is - a sexy appeal. This look is more suitable for skinny people with a suitable height.

When you are petite, you are always fighting the “little girl” look. One way to do that in denim is to go more fashion-forward. Try the skinny jean of the season, not only to call more attention to womanly curves but to “age” yourself the right way. Brown is a very edgy denim color this season, as is black and, more importantly, gray. (You'll look too young in a faded blue jean with rips at the knee.) This edgier style works to lengthen the leg line and make you look taller, and the new color ages you appropriately.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Safety Regulation at The Berth

Below are some of general safety regulation once vessel berthing at port.
  • Ensure that a Life-Buoy ring is provided by the accommodation ladder.
  • Ensure safety net is fitted to accommodation ladder and access.
  • Mooring
  • Accommodation ladders (gangways) should remain hanging from the bridle and not be swung out over the wharf. This is to prevent impact between quay cranes and the accommodation ladder. Accommodation ladders should be continuously adjusted to cater for change of draft and tide.
  • Mooring lines should be kept tight to ensure that the vessel is alongside parallel to the wharf at all times. In vessels equipped with tension winches, these need to be adjusted to cater for prevailing weather conditions.
  • In the event that mooring lines have to be adjusted during container operations, the Berth Operation Superintendent is to be informed to ensure that crane operators are warned of potential change of position of vessel relative to wharf.
  • Ensure that rat-guards are maintained on all mooring lines.
  • Ensure vessel is ballast to remain upright during container operations to prevent damage when quay crane are long traveling past accommodation and bridge wings.
  • Testing of engine is prohibited unless permission is granted from the Berth Operation Superintendent. Container operations are to cease on your own and the adjacent vessel to ensure risk of an accident is minimized during the testing of engines.
  • No hot work (welding, oxy-cutting etc) is to be carried out while alongside without permission of the Shift Manager.
  • Ship chandlers and other suppliers are not to obstruct container operation.
  • Smoking is prohibited in the terminal where marked with a “No Smoking” sign.
  • Do not dispose of garbage overboard and ensure that there is no oil spillage while alongside.