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English to Chinese: COVID-19 General field: Medical Detailed field: Medical: Health Care
Source text - English Methanol, ethanol, and bleach are poisons. Drinking them can lead to disability and death. Methanol, ethanol, and bleach are sometimes used in cleaning products to kill the virus on surfaces – however you should never drink them. They will not kill the virus in your body and they will harm your internal organs.
To protect yourself against COVID-19, disinfect objects and surfaces, especially the ones you touch regularly. You can use diluted bleach or alcohol for that. Make sure you clean your hands frequently and thoroughly and avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose.
Older people and younger people can be infected by the COVID-19 virus. Older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, and heart disease appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the virus.
WHO advises people of all ages to take steps to protect themselves from the virus, for example by following good hand hygiene and good respiratory hygiene.
To date, there is no specific medicine recommended to prevent or treat the new coronavirus.
However, those infected with the virus should receive appropriate relieve and treat symptoms, and those with severe illness should receive optimized supportive care. Some specific treatments are under investigation, and will be tested through clinical trials. WHO is helping to accelerate research and development efforts with a range or partners.
Translation - Chinese 甲醇、乙醇和漂白水都是毒藥。喝了會傷殘甚至死亡。甲醇、乙醇和漂白水常用來清潔產品表面的病毒–但不能喝。因為它們不能殺死您身體內的病毒而且會傷害你體內的器官。
English to Chinese: Steven Oxman, CAMS: Countdown to CGSS 2019 11 General field: Law/Patents Detailed field: Law (general)
Source text - English Steven Oxman, CAMS: Countdown to CGSS
CAMS Today interviewed Steven Oxman, CAMS to discuss the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists’ (ACAMS) new certification: the Certified Global Sanctions Specialist (CGSS). Oxman is the director of global certification and training for ACAMS. Prior to joining ACAMS in March 2018, Oxman was part of the innovation team at Adtalem Global Education where he led the learning sciences team. Previously, he led product development teams at Kaplan and Western International University. Oxman has participated as a mentor for the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps for Learning. As a professional fellow for the U.S. Department of State, he traveled to Eastern Europe to speak about training the workforce of the future.
ACAMS Today: What is CGSS?
Steven Oxman: CGSS stands for Certified Global Sanctions Specialist. It is the first exam-based certification from ACAMS since the development of the Certified AntiMoney Laundering Specialist (CAMS). The program consists of a certification exam that can be taken at test centers around the globe and training materials to help with exam preparation. The training materials include a study guide and flash cards—the core of the self-study option—as well as optional instructor-led offerings, including a 12-hour virtual classroom option taught over six weeks and a one-day sanctions prep course.
AT: How is CGSS similar to or different from CAMS?
SO: The content is different in that CGSS is laser-focused specifically on sanctions compliance. However, the structure of the CGSS program and the exam are very similar to CAMS. The types of study materials and instructor-led training options are nearly identical. Also, the eligibility requirements are the same. The CGSS exam will have slightly fewer questions than CAMS (100 questions instead of 120), simply because sanctions is a slightly narrower topic area. Like CAMS, the CGSS exam will have two types of questions: multiple choice questions with one correct answer, and multiple response questions that have two or three correct answers.
AT: Why a certification on sanctions?
SO: Over the last several years, sanctions regulations have become more frequent and more complex, and fines for violations have increased substantially. This has led sanctions compliance to become an area of increased specialization, where people involved in this function need to have a significant amount of knowledge about sanctions: the principles, concepts, frameworks, guidelines, best practices, etc. Creating a certification acknowledges sanctions compliance as such a specialization and enables people to demonstrate that they have attained an important level of competence in this specialized area. We hope that the certification will bring recognition to the professionals responsible for helping organizations comply with increasingly complex sanctions measures, much as CAMS did for anti-money laundering professionals.
AT: The sanctions landscape is constantly changing. How will the CGSS certification questions keep up with its evolving nature?
SO: That is a great question and something we had to think about from the start. Although specific sanctions regulations are always changing, the underlying concepts, governance principles, basic evasion methods and screening requirements are relatively constant. We decided to focus on those underlying elements that will help people understand and interpret different and evolving sanctions regimes, rather than on the individual regimes themselves. In the study guide, the specific sanction regimes are discussed as part of the case studies we use to illustrate the key concepts.
AT: The CGSS is a global knowledge certification. How will the exam and the study material cover sanctions on a global scale?
SO: We developed the program with the perspective of a professional working for a global organization who must be concerned with compliance across different jurisdictions. Because of how globalized the world is, particularly the financial sector, compliance professionals need to be aware of how sanctions apply depending on who passes them and the geographic scope of those sanctions. That said, by necessity there is a lot of coverage of the United Nations, the U.S., and the European Union simply because they are creating most of the sanctions regimes.
AT: Can all anti-financial crime professionals take the CGSS exam and when can they begin to take the exam?
SO: CGSS has the same eligibility requirements as CAMS. Individuals can qualify based on education, experience and/or training. If you have CAMS, you qualify but you do not need to have CAMS to be eligible for CGSS. We have an eligibility calculator on our website that can help people determine if they are qualified. The study guide for CGSS will be released in October, and the exam will be in test centers starting January 2020.
AT: When you are not working, what do you like to do in your spare time?
SO: My career has not been linear. My first passion was the theatre and I actually have a Master of Fine Arts degree from Yale School of Drama. In my spare time outside of ACAMS, you can usually find me in the theatre in Chicago, where I live and where I continue to write about theatre for Variety and the Chicago Sun-Times.
Interviewed by: Stephanie Trejos, CAMS, editorial assistant, ACAMS, Miami, FL, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Translation - Chinese Steven Oxman, 公認反洗錢師: 想成為國際制裁合規師的最終準備
今日公認反洗錢師雜誌 (CAMS Today) 訪問公認反洗錢師 (Steven Oxman), 探討公認反洗錢師協會 (ACAMS)的新認證: 國際制裁合規師 (CGSS).Oxman是ACAMS的全球認證和培訓的指導者。在2018年3月加入ACAMS之前，Oxman是Adtalem全球教育的創新團隊的一員，他在那領導學習科學團隊。在那之前，他在卡普蘭(Kaplan)和西方國際大學(Western International University)領導產品發展團隊。Oxman曾做為國家科學基金會學習創新團隊的導師並參與其中。身為美國國務院的專業研究員，他前往東歐談及有關未來培訓勞動力的話題。
今日ACAMS (AT) : CGSS是甚麼？
Steven Oxman (SO): CGSS代表國際制裁合規師。這是自公認反洗錢師(CAMS)發展以來，首次以ACAMS考試為基礎的認證。這計畫包括可以在全球考試中心參加的認證考試和幫助準備考試的培訓資料。培訓材料包括學習指南和閃卡–自我學習選項的核心–以及由講師指導的選修課，包括為期6周12小時的虛擬教室授課，以及為期一天的制裁準備課程。
SO: 內容不同就是CGSS特別強調制裁合規性。然而，CGSS的程序與考試的架構和 CAMS又非常類似。學習材料的類型和講師指導的培訓選修課幾乎相同。此外，資格要求也是一模一樣的。CGSS的考試題目略少於CAMS的考試題目(100題而非120題)，只因制裁的主題範圍略窄。就像CAMS一樣，CGSS 考試有兩種類型的考題：多項選擇題只有一個正確答案，多項回答問題有兩個到三個正確答案。
AT: 制裁型態不斷變化。 CGSS認證問題如何與其發展的本質並駕齊驅？
AT: CGSS 是一項全球性的知識認證。考試和學習材料如何涵蓋全球範圍內的制裁？
SO: CGSS的資格要件和CAMS一樣。個人可依據教育程度、經驗和/或培訓來取得資格。如果你是CAMS，你就是合格的，但是成為CAMS不是成為CGSS的合格要件。我們的網站上有一個資格計算器，可以協助人們確定他們是否合格。 CGSS的學習指南將於10月公布，考試將於2020年一月開始在測試中心舉行。
SO: 我的職業生涯並非一帆風順。我最初的興趣是戲劇，實際上我有耶魯戲劇學院的藝術碩士學位。我在ACAMS之外的業餘時間裡，你通常可以在芝加哥的戲院裡找到我，我住在那哩，而且我持續為 《綜藝》 和《芝加哥太陽日報》寫戲劇。
撰文者：Stephanie Trejos, CAMS, 編輯助理 ACAMS, Miami, FL, USA, email@example.com
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