Enacted originally in 1948, the Act was amended many times until it was reorganized and expanded in 1972. Primary authority for the implementation and enforcement of the Clean Water Act is now the responsibility of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Under the Clean Water Act, the states have the primary responsibility for preventing, reducing, and eliminating water pollution. The states have to do this within a national framework and, EPA is empowered to move in if the states do not fulfill their responsibilities. (Ch52,pg1355) Works Cited: Business Law 14th Edition, Mallor, Barnes, Bowers, Langvardt, Chapter 52, page 1355.
Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below for details. Performance objective For this task you are required to determine the risk context associated with establishing a new business outlet, within the existing business structure. They will be required to review internal and external environment factors and liaise with all stakeholders to generate a list of risks. Assessment description For the case study provided with this Assessment Task, you are required to review risk management processes and determine scope and objectives, taking into account stakeholder input and both internal and external environmental factors affecting the organisation.
Learning Team Reflection Week 2 MGT/498 - Strategic Management January 13, 2015 Samuel Dalrymple Learning Team Reflection As the world change, so must organization to maintain its competitive advantage. Organization will need to continue to change to maintain consistently or increase revenues. The strategic management process helps an organization define their plan. Environmental scanning is one of the components of the strategic management process. Environmental is the examination of the external factors that could sway an organization on their strategic management planning process with their internal factors.
Written / Oral Questions 1 - What is the purpose of the standard known as AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management? The purpose of the standard known as AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 is to provide principles and guidelines on effective risk management. ISO 31000 provides a universally accepted theorem for companies implementing risk management processes to replace currently implemented strategies that vary between industries. 2 - There are a number of key provisions of relevant legislation and regulations from all levels of government that that may affect aspects of business operations, such as: ◦duty of care ◦company law ◦contract law ◦environmental law ◦freedom of information ◦industrial relations law ◦privacy and confidentiality laws ◦legislation relevant to the organisation’s operations ◦legislation relevant to operation of a business entity ◦anti discrimination legislation ◦ethical principles ◦codes of practice ◦health and safety legislation Why is it necessary to have a working knowledge of the legislation involved in business? It is necessary to have a working knowledge of the legislation involved in business to ensure that the laws protecting consumers, suppliers & workers are implemented and complied by.
(The change in administrations in 2 1 resulted in a new nameddefendant to the case-Christie Todd Whitman, President George W. 3d 1 27,1 34 (1999). He declared:"When conferring decisionmaking authority upon agencies, Congress must laydown an intelligible principle to which the person or body authorized toact is directed to conform....Statutes need not provide a determinatecriterion for saying how much of a regulated harm is too much to avoiddelegating legislative power." The Court then looked at two sections of the Clean Air Act (CAA) thatdelineated how the EPA should arrive at its regulations. The battleground also shifts to the appointed officials of theBush Administration, who will be lobbied by both sides (truckers andenvironmental groups), and Congress, which no doubt will have some say inthis matter. "Clean Air ActIssues in the 1 7th Congress."
Check Point: Environmental Factors Holly Regan HSM/220 September 11, 2013 Melissa Lichau Check Point: Environmental Factor Economic, Sociological, Technological, and Political & Professional factors are the four external environmental factors which help organizations achieve optimal functions. 1. Suppliers and competitors, 2. Clients or consumers, 3.funding: as funding resources are secured through grants, contracts and other sources, each funding source becomes an important part of the agency’s relationship with the external environment. 4.
Comprehensive Case Study Analysis Marketing at the Vanguard Group Issue for Analysis 1: Given you knowledge and understanding of the Vanguard brand. Several factors affect the brand marketing strategy of a company. In other words, there are key environmental factors that develop the brand marketing situation. The factors are divided into macroenvironment, microenvironment, and internal environment factors. Macroenvironment factors include demographics, economic, ecological, and communicative forces.
Environmental analysis of the environmental analysis of the environment, an external organization need to be done in order for the work to be done. The organization of external environment, law, politics, social structure, economy and technology is an important element and affect the functioning of the United Way of Law Legal-development potential. Today, the United Way of the difficult problems of social,political and economic problems must be fought. The need for a strong, viable charitable organization seems to be in force. The recipient organizations of funds, however, creates its own, the majority recognizes the power and effectiveness of the central fundraising.
The CDC being a global organization with its roots in the United States has many things to consider in order to efficiently carry out its mission. It was found through an extensive analysis of the organization, that the Bangkok branch has issues related to its organizational culture. When examining the CDC’s issues in organizational culture, the structure of the organization was also taken into consideration. Two articles analyzing organizational culture were also examined and summarized. Both articles discussed effective leadership when dealing with issues of cultural differences.
The Chickasaw Nation Governor is Bill Anoatubby. ““Hernando De Soto is a significant figure in the history of North America. While his story has been told from various points of view, we believe our perspective adds significant context to the historical narrative,” said Gov. Anoatubby. “Our first encounter with De Soto is a vital part of history which needs to be told.