The analytical gas chromatography will tell you the retention times of the components in your substance. Before you add any substance in the analytical gas chromatography, make sure you create a new report. To create a new report you will go under control and choose single run. Under Sample ID line, you will put the substance sample you are using to help indicate each report from each other. Once you're done with those steps, press submit.
The (FIRST NAME ONLY) of my Interviewee is ____________________________. The mutually convenient day and time for the scheduled face-to-face interview is ___________________. I have attached hereto my ten (10) typewritten Student-Generated Questions to be approved by the instructor and returned to me for submission to my
| Every week, you will be given a different question for your consideration. You must formally respond to at least 5 of the 10 questions. Your responses should be in your own words and express your own ideas. If you include the words and/or ideas of someone else, please cite your source properly. Each response should be approximately 200 words in length.You must post your response by the end of the week (midnight Sunday).
Unit 008- Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning When thinking about primary roles and responsibilities as a tutor, you must take into account legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice. In the Spa sector key aspects of legislation are: Health and Safety at Work Act (1974). This act was put in place to ensure that everyone is protected against any risks and that all activities have been suitably risk assessed. In the beauty industry there are lots of processes that involve using chemicals, and/or substances hazardous to health. Therefore COSHH (control of substances hazardous to health) regulations are paramount to the safe storage, handling and use of chemicals such as oxide, which is used a developer in eyelash tinting.
The group that gets the highest fountain will get an extra 10 points added to their lab report. Due dates: Monday April 25, 2011: All materials due to Ms. Layman (this ensures we have everything on lab day). Remember that Ms. Layman will not supply ANYTHING! So if you want to change the delivery system, you need to bring all needed materials to do so. Monday April 25, 2011: All background research (this can be typed or hand written) and MUST show that you have done research to support your hypothesis, which is describing what and why you are going to test something.
Please complete all questions in this assignment. Please sign and date each page and do not use Tipex if completing by hand. Please complete the following questions: (Learning Outcome 1.1-5) Where is your company’s Health and Safety policy kept? | Policies and Procedures file (Filing cabinet with staff access) | Where is your company’s accident and incident forms kept? | Accident Book (no 6) (Filing cabinet with staff access) | Who is your named H&S representative?
antibiotics. All medication that is POM (prescription only medicines), can be administered according to our company’s policy, any over the counter or GSL (General Sale List) medicines cannot be administered by carers, and it is the responsibility of the service users or their families to issue these. Martha has other types of medication, and these are in the form of Ibuprofen liquid, Lactulose, Eye drops, and creams.
Staff should also report any sources of infection straight away to the shift leader. Staff within the home are responsible for following the Tracscare Policies and Procedures at all times that relate to infection control and these include: • Infection Control Policy • Bloody, Bodily Fluids Policy • Inoculation Injuries Policy • Hepatitis B Policy Outcome 2: Understand legislation and polices relating to prevention and control of infections: COSHH regulations 1999 – apply to all work with substances hazardous to health. COSHH information
Over the counter or pharmacy medication (OTC or P), available from a registered pharmacist without a prescription. General Sales list (GSL) medication that can be bought from any shop. 3. Regulation 13 of the Health & Social Care Act 2008. Regulations 2010 states “ The registered person must protect service users against the risks associated with the unsafe use & management of medicines, by means of the making of appropriate arrangements for the obtaining, handling, using, safe keeping, dispensing, safe administration and disposal of medicines used for the purposes of the regulated activity” See also Mersey Care Policy SD12.