Pada hari Senin kemarin tepatnya 28 September 2020 Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat melakukan edukasi safety riding dengan tema #Cari_Aman Agar Aman Di Jalan dengan target peserta Komunitas Taekwondo Indosat Super Charm Pontianak dan masyarakat umum di Pontianak.

Edukasi yang berjalan secara webinar melalui aplikasi google meet ini, dalam edukasinya honda kalbar bersama Pengguna Motor di Pontianak menciptakan suasana edukasi menjadi aktif dan tidak membosankan dengan banyaknya pertanyaan dari peserta dan kuis menarik. 

Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat Edukasi Safety Riding Bersama Komunitas Taekwondo Pontianak


Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat melakukan edukasi safety riding dengan #Cari_Aman Agar Aman melalui webinar terhadap peserta di Pontianak, dalam edukasi Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat memberikan tips bagaimana menjaga keselamatan dan kenyamanan dengan prespektif baru yaitu #Cari_Aman. Hashtag #Cari_Aman sendiri merupakan tagline keselamatan ala Honda yang dimana memberikan arti peduli akan keselamatan berkendara dan harus menjadi gaya hidup.

Mengutamakan kesehatan saat melakukan edukasi safety riding saat ini, Honda Kalbar tak hilang akal untuk bisa melakukan edukasi secara tepat sasaran terhadap pengendara motor yang berada di Kalimantan Barat. Dengan memberikan edukasi yang menarik para perserta berkonsentrasi dengan harapan mampu memahami ilmu dari keselamatan berkendara.

Dengan menggunakan aplikasi meeting online honda kalbar dapat melakukan edukasi dengan baik terhadap pesertanya, dengan memberikan hadiah pulsa terhadap peserta yang aktif dalam edukasi memberikan daya tarik sendiri pada peserta yang ikut edukasi untuk tetap aktif bertanya, menjawab dan memperatikan edukasi.br>

Febri Andrian yang merupakan Instruktur Safety Riding Kalimantan Barat mengungkapkan dalam penggunaan motor wajiblah #Cari_Aman ketika berada dijalan untuk menghindari dan mengantasipasi bahaya. “pengguna sepeda motor di Kalimantan Barat wajiblah harus #Cari_Aman saat berada di jalan untuk menghindari dan mengantasipasi bahaya yang akan terjadi di jalan, dengan mempelajari dasar berkendara, melakukan mengecekan kendaraan, hingga belajar dalam memprediksi bahaya ketika berada di jalan.” tutur Febri.  ( Sumber Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat)


Kubu Raya  Pangkalan TNI AU Supadio mendukung Latihan Search And Rescue (SAR) yang digelar oleh Kantor Pencarian dan Pertolongan Pontianak (KPP Pontianak). Sebanyak 65 personel KPP Kelas A Pontianak ikut serta mengikuti Latihan SAR yang berlangsung di Main Apron Lanud Supadio, Rabu (30/9).

Dalam Lathan ini menggunakan pesawat Helly Super Puma SA-330 dari Skadron Udara 8 Wing Udara 4 Lanud Atang Sendjaya, Bogor dan didukung oleh prajurit Komando Batalyon 465 Paskhas Brajamusti. Kepala Kantor Pencarian dan Pertolongan Kelas A Pontianak Yopi Haryadi, S.H., M.H mengatakan bahwa latihan SAR ini merupakan implementasi dari program kerja KPP Pontianak Tahun 2020.


Lanud Supadio Dukung Latihan SAR KPP Pontianak.



Dalam Latihan SAR ini menggunakan tipe latihan manuver dengan menggerakkan alur air dan udara. Dan untuk alur udara menggunakan Helly milik TNI Angkatan Udara. “Tentunya kami berterima kasih kepada pimpinan TNI AU dan Komandan Lanud Supadio yang telah memberikan ijin menggunakan Helly untuk mendukung Latihan SAR ini sehingga latihan dapat berjalan sesuai dengan protap dan rencana yang diharapkan,” jelas Kepala KPP Pontiaank

 Kasiopslat Lanud Supadio Mayor Pnb D. Leonard Dumatubun menambahkan kegiatan Latihan SAR yang dilakukan oleh personel KPP Pontianak merupakan lanjutan dari latihan kering yang telah dilaksanakan tanggal 7 September yang lalu. Dan hari ini dilaksanakan manuver lapangan.

“Dalam latihan ini dilaksanakan teknik repeling dan hoist dengan menggunakan pesawat Helly milik TNI AU. Dengan adanya latihan seperti ini tentunya akan meningkatkan kemampuan dalam penguasaan teknik penyelamatan sehingga bila terjadi hal-hal yang tidak diinginkan para personel KPP telah mempunyai pengetahun yang mumpuni,” ujar Kasiopslat.

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SIMPLYASEP.COM Pada hari Jumat kemarin tepatnya 25 September 2020 Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat melakukan edukasi safety riding dengan tema Matic Juga Harus #Cari_Aman dengan target peserta Komunitas Honda Khususnya Pengguna Motor Matic di Pontianak.

Edukasi yang berjalan secara webinar melalui aplikasi google meet ini, dalam edukasinya honda kalbar bersama Pengguna Motor Matic Pontianak menciptakan suasana edukasi menjadi aktif dan tidak membosankan dengan banyaknya pertanyaan dari peserta dan kuis menarik. Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat melakukan edukasi safety riding dengan tema Matic Juga Harus #Cari_Aman melalui webinar terhadap peserta di Pontianak,



Dalam edukasi Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat memberikan tips bagaimana menjaga keselamatan dan kenyamanan dengan prespektif baru yaitu #Cari_Aman. Hashtag #Cari_Aman sendiri merupakan tagline keselamatan ala Honda yang dimana memberikan arti peduli akan keselamatan berkendara dan harus menjadi gaya hidup.

Mengutamakan kesehatan saat melakukan edukasi safety riding saat ini, Honda Kalbar tak hilang akal untuk bisa melakukan edukasi secara tepat sasaran terhadap pengendara motor yang berada di Kalimantan Barat. Dengan memberikan edukasi yang menarik para perserta berkonsentrasi dengan harapan mampu memahami ilmu dari keselamatan berkendara.

Dengan menggunakan aplikasi meeting online honda kalbar dapat melakukan edukasi dengan baik terhadap pesertanya, dengan memberikan hadiah pulsa terhadap peserta yang aktif dalam edukasi memberikan daya tarik sendiri pada peserta yang ikut edukasi untuk tetap aktif bertanya, menjawab dan memperatikan edukasi.

Febri Andrian yang merupakan Instruktur Safety Riding Kalimantan Barat mengungkapkan dalam penggunaan motor bahwa tidak menutup kemungkinan menghadapi bahaya ketika berada dijalan.

“saat berada di jalan raya kita tidak mengetahui takdir apa yang akan kita dapat, namun dengan mengatahui ilmu berkendara contohnya memprediski bahaya ketika berada di jalan setidaknya kita mampu mengetahui bahaya-bahaya dan mampu menghindari nya termasuk pengguna motor matic yang juga harus tetap #Cari_Aman ketika berada dijalan.” tutur Febri. ( Sumber Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat)
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Pontianak  Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat ikut serta memeriahkan perayaan Festival Kue Bulan yang jatuh pada tanggal 15 bulan 8 penanggalan kalender imlek atau 1 Oktober penanggalan Nasional dengan memberikan bingkisan kue bulan setiap pembelian sepeda motor Honda All Type periode 25 September sampai dengan 1 Oktober 2020.

Dipercaya bahwa pada tanggal 15 bulan ke 8 Imlek, bulan akan berada pada posisi puncak dari bulan purnama, paling bulat (penuh) dan cahayanya paling terang, berdampingan dengan batas langit dan bersinar dengan warna yang kemerahan, yang akan melambangkan bersatunya pria (matahari) dengan wanita (bulan), seperti Yin dan Yang dalam tradisi China. Marketing Manager Astra Motor Pontianak, Bpk. Antofany Yusticia Ahmadi mengatakan bahwa, momentum festival kue bulan ini dimanfaatkan Astra Motor Kalbar guna mengapresiasi para konsumen sepeda motor Honda yang merayakan dan sekaligus turut memeriahkannya.

Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat Ikut Memeriahkan Festival Kue Bulan 2020



“Perayaan kue bulan ini sudah lazimnya dijaga dan dilestarikan, selain itu juga diharapkan membawakan kemakmuran dan kebahagiaan untuk para konsumen sepeda motor Honda”. Ungkap Yusticia. Konsumen yang ingin mendapatkan Bingkisan ini bisa mengunjungi Dealer resmi Astra Motor di 10 titik yaitu di Astra Motor Ayani, Astra Motor Pattimura, Astra Motor Serdam, Astra Motor Singkawang, Astra Motor Puttusibau, Astra Motor Sambas, Astra Motor Sekadau, Astra Motor Sintang, Astra Motor Sanggau dan Astra Motor Ketapang.

Selain melakukan pembelian langsung ke dealer, konsumen juga bisa mendapatkan bingkisan setiap melakukan pembelian sepeda motor Honda melalui aplikasi MotorkuX. Dengan melihat foto sepeda motor, warna, spesifikasi maka ini tentu akan mempermudah konsumen dalam menentukan pilihan, termasuk diantaranya adalah harga sepeda motor Honda tersebut.

Manfaat yang kedua adalah konsumen bisa mendapatkan informasi dealer yang dapat memberikan fasilitas untuk mencoba test drive motor tersebut. Sehingga dengan janjian melalui aplikasi ini, maka konsumen mendapatkan kepastian tentang jadwal dan kepastian motor dan dealer tempat ia akan melakukan test ride.

Ketiga konsumen akan mudah mendapatkan informasi produk dan program promo lainnya. Konsumen juga bisa melakukan booking service melalui aplikasi MotorkuX, dengan mengunduh Motorku X memudahkan konsumen motor Honda yang ingin melakukan servis kendaraan di dealer resmi Astra Motor atau AHASS. Anda bisa melakukan booking online untuk mencari bengkel yang paling terdekat dengan wilayah tempat tinggal Anda. Selain bisa melakukan servis di bengkel,

Lewat aplikasi ini, Astra Motor pun memberikan pelayanan kemudahan lainnya, yakni booking service online untuk perawatan motor di rumah. Di tengah adaptasi kebiasaan baru seperti saat ini, Astra Motor menyadari bahwa masyarakat kini mengurangi aktvitasnya di luar. Informasi lebih lanjut dapat menghubungi: Windi Veronika PT Astra International Tbk- Honda (Astra Motor) – Cabang Pontianak 0561-762261 ext 201 | 089519793199 Email: Windi.veronika@hso.astra.co.id 
Pontianak Pada hari Jumat kemarin tepatnya 24 September 2020 Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat melakukan edukasi safety riding dengan tema Bahaya Di Jalan Dapat Diatasi Dengan #Cari_Aman dengan target peserta soswa/i SMK N 2 Pontianak. Edukasi yang berjalan secara webinar melalui aplikasi google meet ini, dalam edukasinya honda kalbar bersama siswa/i SMK N 2 Pontianak menciptakan suasana edukasi menjadi aktif dan tidak membosankan dengan banyaknya pertanyaan dari peserta dan kuis menarik.

Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat  Edukasi Safety Riding Dengan SMK N 2 Pontianak





Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat melakukan edukasi safety riding dengan tema Bahaya Di Jalan Dapat Diatasi Dengan #Cari_Aman melalui webinar terhadap siswa/i SMK N 2 di Pontianak, dalam edukasi Astra Motor Kalimantan Barat memberikan tips bagaimana menjaga keselamatan dan kenyamanan dengan prespektif baru yaitu #Cari_Aman. Hashtag #Cari_Aman sendiri merupakan tagline keselamatan ala Honda yang dimana memberikan arti peduli akan keselamatan berkendara dan harus menjadi gaya hidup.

Mengutamakan kesehatan saat melakukan edukasi safety riding saat ini, Honda Kalbar tak hilang akal untuk bisa melakukan edukasi secara tepat sasaran terhadap siswa yang berada di Kalimantan Barat. Dengan memberikan edukasi yang menarik lebih dari satu kelas siswa berkonsentrasi dengan harapan mampu memahami ilmu dari keselamatan berkendara.

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The pandemic is full of uncertainties, but one thing is for certain: outdoor dining can't last forever. So what happens when it gets colder?

Adjusting to the new normal
No one was prepared for a pandemic, least of all the tourism and restaurant industries. COVID-19 forced everyone to revaluate every aspect of life as we know it and make the most of what we had (or suddenly didn’t have). Safety and distance was at the forefront of America’s mind as reopening and stay-at-home orders eased. The new normal came slowly, with delivery and takeout taking center stage until the warmer months of the year.

As of mid-summer, many cities across the country are allowing outdoor dining (and some indoor). On a state-by-state basis, restaurants could open as soon as they implemented enhanced cleaning measures and proved they had the space to allow social distancing.

The warmth of the summer months allowed for beautiful, fairy-light-lit patios and closed-off streets full of tables and chairs. But the summer can’t last forever, so what happens when the cold returns for much of the country and streets have to open up again? Will it be safe to return to indoor dining? Or is America in for a wave of eating-in and staying-in once more? Wherever you’re dining, here’s what not to do at reopened restaurants. 

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The safety of outdoor dining
How safe is outdoor dining really? As a customer, there are some important dos and don’ts for avoiding germs and lowering your risk. The current laws demand both patrons and staff wear masks at all times (excluding eating and drinking) and are spaced/seated at least six feet apart from other parties. Restaurants must amp up cleaning and sanitation measures for common spaces and disinfect all areas/utensils between each party.

The CDC guidelines also recommend limiting contact with high touch areas, such as menus, utensils, card reachers, and door handles. As long as these measures are in place, the CDC deems the activity one step up from “lowest risk,” in the “more risk” or second-tier category. Take a peek at the public places doctors won’t go during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sustainability of the restaurant industry right now
Many restaurants rushed to reopen as soon as they could to try and recoup severe losses from earlier in the year. A National Restaurant Association survey found that the restaurant industry was down more than $120 billion dollars during just the first three months of the pandemic, with dramatic decreases in revenue and business even after reopening. Current estimates are looking at that number to double by the end of the year. Speaking of losses, here’s how much COVID-19 has cost the restaurant industry.

Outdoor dining has limited most restaurants to anywhere from 50 percent to 75 percent capacity, with many at lower, unsustainable numbers or unable to reopen at all. Further, regulations about alcohol sales, staff safety and wellness checks, and the threat of closure over regulation breaks have left many restaurants unable to stay afloat. Crucially for the restaurant industry, the pandemic entirely changed how Americas spend their money.

“Whether restaurants can survive at a lower capacity depends on a multitude of factors,” according to Andrew Cromer, a restaurant attorney at AXS Law Group. “Rent, overhead, and how successful you’re able to leverage delivery to win on the smallest of margins.” While the number of customers is one factor of the equation, the other costs of owning and running a restaurant also add up, including food waste, utilities, and worker’s health insurance.
Uncertain future


While it’s painful to remember the weeks and months of lockdowns and quarantine restrictions, another wave of similar circumstances is not out of the question. Many health experts worry about the upcoming months with workplaces and schools reopening. Another wave of the virus would send the barely-hanging-on restaurant industry back into a tail spin if they are not prepared for the possibility of shifting yet again to a delivery and takeout model of business. For many, this would be unsustainable and force closure. On that note, your favorite restaurants may be looking pretty different when you see them again.
The shift to indoor dining

While those living in colder states are beginning to worry about the impending winter months, some states have already been facing the opposite problem. Restaurants in states with extremely hot summer temperatures have largely been unable to have outdoor dining.

“Many states who enjoy temperate climate in the summers are benefitting from the ability to host patrons with outdoor dining,” notes Elizabeth Blau, a restaurateur and owner of Honey Salt restaurant in Las Vegas,”[Yet] in some of the warmer western and southern states, where temps can average 115 degrees, summer outdoor dining is currently impossible.” In some of these states, indoor dining has been permitted with strict regulations on the distance between tables, air quality/ventilation, and other safety measures.

Winter is coming
What does this mean when the extreme cold and snow hits? That’s a difficult question to answer. Many regions are already allowing indoor dining with decreased capacity. However, in places like New York City, lawmakers are not budging. Restaurants are not allowed to reopen indoor dining despite numerous complaints and lawsuits fighting in opposition. Restaurants are often among the first reopened places to be closed again when things take a turn for the worse.

What can restaurant owners do?
“Restaurants in colder climates face a daunting task of keeping the lights on while maintaining their customers’ health and safety,” reminds Cromer. “Restaurants should prepare for the worst-case scenario by aligning with delivery companies…additionally, [they should] be prepared for any operation changes inside the restaurant to make third party delivery flow more seamless for your restaurant.” (Also, remind yourself how to safely enjoy takeout.)

In the restaurant business, it’s largely a margins game. Many restaurants were already operating on small margins pre-COVID-19, with alcohol sales and customer volume/turnaround as heavy-hitters. In this new world of decreased capacity, many restaurants who fall under 50 percent capacity will decide to close their doors or return to methods of delivery and take-out to try and survive, though over 31 percent of restaurants reported they do not have the ability to survive another year under these circumstances.
What will restaurants do?

Some methods to continue outdoor dining into the colder season have been seen around the world before. For example, heat lamps, single-use blankets, and individual fire pits. These short-term fixes can help delay the inevitable, though harsh wind, sleet, and snow are tough to beat. The outside world is now harsher than ever—make sure you’re cleaning these items once you return home.

Mark Wasilefsky, the Head of Restaurant Franchise Financial Group at TD Bank, notes that “QSRs will likely be fine during the colder months because of their drive-through, delivery, and in-store pickup capabilities. Other restaurants, like fast-casual and fine dining establishments, will need to find creative ways to offset permitted capacities that are currently as low as 25 percent.”

Wasilefsky has a few recommendations for restaurateurs in this strange time:

  • Continue to take advantage of government programs, including the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), and private sector programs to help maximize liquidity.
  • Limit menus to more profitable items that require less inventory and reduce waste
  • Establish a strong delivery menu and program. Leverage existing kitchen set skills to provide delivery-focused products (food that is tasty, has variety, and travels well).
  • Move away from reliance on alcohol sales, allowing for BYOB where permitted.

What customers can do to save their favorite restaurants
No one knows what the future will hold in the course of the virus and its progression. Estimates are almost impossible when it comes to an unprecedented pandemic. Restaurants know that providing a needed service in a safe environment is what their clientele are searching for right now. On the service side, here’s what waiters want you know to about outdoor dining.

Those who love restaurants know how important their contribution is to helping restaurants stay open. Collectively, we need to do the best we can now to assure a strong economic future for restaurants, cafes, and eating establishments big and small.

At the end of the day, it’s important to patronize your local restaurants (in some way) if you’re able. It’s up to us to help keep the lights on both figuratively and literally. On the one hand, it’s understandable and cautious to not dine indoors or out. On the other, the CDC has outlined takeout and delivery as “low risk” options. At this time, it’s about doing whatever we can (safely!) to help bolster individual, national, and global economies. Here’s how to support small businesses right now.

The fate of indoor and outdoor dining are both up in the air, but all is not lost. Options like grocery delivery, food delivery/takeout, and making meals at home will always be there. Next up, take a look at how much money coronavirus has cost the world so far.

Sources:

  • National Restaurant Association. Restaurant Sales Remain Well Below Normal Levels…
  • CDC. Considerations for Restaurants & Bars.
  • Mark Wasilefsky. Head, Restaurant Franchise Finance Group at TD Bank.
  • Andrew Cromer. Restaurant Industry Attorney at AXS Law Group.
  • Elizabeth Blau. Restauranteur, CEO of Blau & Associates, and owner of Honey Salt in Las Vegas.


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t would seem that public hygiene protocol is not something easily forgotten since it is a standard taught since kindergarten, underscored in middle school, and essential to get your college diploma. Yet there are times, more often than we’d like to admit, that we may know the “do’s” and “don’ts” of social proprieties, but choose not to embrace them.

Stay classy and clean with these simple tips on how to display good hygiene when out in public.

Cover your mouth
This one is a no-brainer but deserves to be first on the list. Hearing you sneeze or cough is one thing; feeling either of these is entirely another. Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing and keep your hands clean by using your upper arm as a shield.

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One tissue does not conquer all
Feeling under the weather? Looking and feeling your best can be difficult when your sinuses and lungs are working against you. You can do your best to show you care about public hygiene by following the rules of thumb such as washing your hands regularly, using hand sanitizer, and pulling out clean tissues every time you need to use them in public.

Watch for bad habits
Bad habits like biting your nails, playing with your hair or touching your face can work against the image you’re trying to project. These habits are also a way that unwanted grime, oils, and bacteria can spread from different areas on your body and eventually onto objects you touch. Do yourself (and others) a favor by keeping your hands away from the top half of your body whenever possible.

Launder
Laundry is an arduous (and thankless) task, but there are few public hygiene no-no’s worse than dirty clothes. Designate one day of the week as laundry day and stick to it. Invest in a dependable iron and ironing board, and carry a stain remover in your purse or briefcase.

Use FLASR
For smokeless tobacco users, a small, spill-proof spittoon is a necessity and the ultimate display of good public hygiene. Fortunately, for these individuals, there’s FLASR, an Atlanta-based company that specialize in exactly that. The FLASR spittoon has a chic design that is pocket-size and features a secure locking mechanism to avoid messy mishaps

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