NT1310 Unit 7 Lab 1: Building a New Structure – Safety Plan Mark Hernandez ITT Technical Institute – San Bernardino Thursday, 6:00 pm Building a New Structure – Safety Plan When forming a safety plan for a construction project there are several aspects of the job to consider, the scope of the work to be done, the personnel that will be on the job site, standard operating procedures that should be followed, and what safety equipment will be required. The first thing that needs to be established before developing your plan is a description of the project and key dates of the project. Key personnel should be identified, such as the client, designers, sub-contractors, etc. You should also determine where the safety plan will be located and how to insure access to it by any and all personnel. The next step is to identify risks that will need to be managed during course of the job.
Unit 6 Case Study LS501: Ethics and the Professional Karen Sweeney April 19, 2012 MEMO To: The File From: Ima Lawyer Date: April18, 2012 Re: Last Meeting As the General Counsel for ABC Company, I attend confidential planning meetings with ABC’s executives. At a recent meeting, Charles, ABC’s Chief Operating Officer, revealed the tanks at the waste-water storage facility were leaking. If the water is not released from the tanks, they could explode. Until Maintenance can repair the leak, the company’s best option is to dump highly toxic water into the sewer system to relieve the pressure on the tanks. He also wants to keep the leak and the plan to discharge confidential.
“Analyzing Arguments in Mixed Media” In 2005, The Gap asked a well know director, Spike Jonze, to product a commercial for them. This commercial was to inform the viewers that they would be undergoing a massive remodel of all of their outdated clothing stores. The commercial begin on a quiet day in the Gap store. All of a sudden someone knocks a pile of shirts off of a shelf. Then someone else pushes over a mannequin.
The unit has six members of staff of whom two are experienced in dealing directly with end users (this experience is likely to be relevant for the task). All the technicians need to be trained in Windows 7 installation and use; this training will require at least some of the staff attending external courses although later on training could take place in house by the use of peer observation and support. There is a need to ensure that the other activities of the technical support unit are not adversely affected by upgrade and to ensure consistency in technical
Part of his job was to clean out the trash bin, which required him to have to stand on top of 55 gallon barrels with wooden lids that were used for storing grease. One day he was cleaning one of the trash bins and on one of the barrels the wooden lid broke, which caused him to fall in up to his chest in grease. After that mishap he was fired. Stevie was okay with it because during that time that all of this was happening he decided that he wanted to pursue a career in music and become a legendary guitar
Based on the facts gathered, students are required to perform the following tasks :Task 1 1.1 Students are required to identify and describe the chosen organisation in the following areas (1 page) : * Type of business organisation and its background (e.g. healthcare, education) * Products and/or services (6 marks) 1.2 Based on the facts you have gathered, you are required to propose and draw a new and suitable organisation chart of the company under study. The organisation structure that you have drawn should contain exactly 2 levels of hierarchy and FIVE (5) functional or departmental areas (e.g. Human Resource department). (1 page) (4 marks) 1.3 Identify and briefly describe ONE (1) major function for each of the FIVE (5) departments you have identified in task 1.2 above.
| | | | 2.Conduct a WHS risk assessment for your workplace (or one of your work locations). You are required to identify WHS hazards (at least 6) and using the Likelihood and Consequences table and risk matrix, analyse where each of these hazards sit (low, moderate, significant, high). Using the hierarchy of control review each of these items and detail which control/s you would use for each and what you would do to reduce the risk. Once you have completed this re-do the Risk Matrix to indicate the new risk rating. Templates are provided at the back of this assessment booklet: (see page 13) * Hazard Identification * Likelihood / Consequence Table * Risk Matrix * Hierarchy of Control Hazard Identification Form Name of person completing form: | Reported to: Manager / Supervisor / WHS Representative / Consultant / Other ________________
Fisch died there, of tuberculosis. While cleaning a leaking closet, Hauptmann rediscovered the box, and discovered that it was full of waterlogged bills. He claimed that he took these to his garage and began to dry them, hiding each bundle as it dried. Fisch, he said, owed him $7,000, so he felt entitled to keep and use that portion of the money in the box. Police and reporters labeled this "the Fisch story."
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