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BSL

(language)
A variant of IBM's PL/S systems language. Versions: BSL1, BSL2.
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Last year, Tata Steel acquired Bhushan Steel Ltd which has now been renamed as Tata Steel BSL Ltd.
Our own market research, conducted independently of the BSL Act, aidentified the need for meaningful continuing aprofessional development for interpreters, particularly in the fields where interpreters tend to engage or specialise.
She told the Health Minister about BSL users being provided with a telephone number in order to book a BSL interpreter to help at an appointment, even though they cannot use a phone.
Jac Ross, equality and human rights manager at NHSGGC, said: "This new development, which enables BSL users in Renfrewshire to download the app to their own phone or device, means they can carry the interpreter to their GP appointment in their pocket, improving their direct access.
It will now examine the report by the Petitions Committee, which calls for BSL to be recognised as the first language of many deaf children and young people.
With Scottish Parliament legislation now meaning the wider use of BSL at official events, Winston hopes to make translating and interpreting a long-term career.
The draft plan and consultation questions have been published in BSL and English and both versions can be accessed online at tinyurl.com/yctxwmwk The consultation will close on Friday, July 13.
"Councils are required to match their BSL plans to the national strategy as far as possible so the aim here is to increase inclusiveness and equal access for all ." Vice-convener Maureen Bennison said: "Council officers will start a working group and engage with users of BSL in the Stirling area where possible to make sure the strategy we develop is fit for purpose before bringing the final draft back before committee in September."
Governor further said that the Government of Sindh is ready to cooperate fully with SME BSL in this regard.
When Braidon joined the Board in 2015, he and the other 15 members agreed lack of access to BSL was a key concern.
BSL was held on 22nd April at the National Cricket Ground, F-7 Islamabad to promote a healthier activity.
BSL is a visual-gestural language, with its own grammar and principles which are completely different from the grammatical structure of English, and is the first or preferred language of an estimated 70,000 deaf people in the UK.