This reflects a utilitarian stand-point because the wood dust is a serious problem that could lead to serious injury or worse for every member of the company. By reporting this to OSHA it may lead to fines and consequences for my employer and others at the managerial level but not reporting this could lead to the end of every employee. The reason I chose to notify OSHA is because they are a neutral 3rd party whose only role is to ensure the safety and security in an occupational setting along with responding to allegations against the aforementioned employer. OSHA themselves is basically the top-notch you can get to in regard to employee safety, they have governmental backing and an obligation to come check out an allegation and can put up further road blocks for companies if they don’t comply. I am concerned that even the owner doesn’t care enough to ensure the safety and well-being of his employees as he said, “You cannot prove that there is an explosion hazard here.
Scenario 1: 1. Bryan should stick to his instincts and return the clock. No one enjoys upsetting the ones they love; but keeping the clock could portray the company in a negative light, and possibly cost Bryan his job. 2. The ISM code of standards says that all forms of manifestations and commercial bribery should be denounced.
Overall, I think filling the safety complaints was a great choice and that he did the right thing in doing that. The company violated OSHA and didn't take the complaints seriously. They also violated the employee by not acting on a serious issue. The courts verdict would reflect my job in this case because I would feel as If I didn't protect the employee and that I could of prevented the lawsuit. If I were a human resource manager, I would be ashamed and I would feel like I didn't do my job, and that I just ignored a safety issue that was serious.
On the other hand, other coworkers would not report her so, they could have power over her by blackmailing but this action is against American Correctional Association Code of Ethics, as well. “Members shall treat every professional situation with concern for the welfare of the individuals involved and with no intent to personal gain,” suggesting they are not treating coworkers with respect but to only achieve ‘personal gain’. This action breaks the creed which every correction officer protects which is un-honorable. I believe the best decision is to report her this action will protect myself as well as her in future altercations legally or dealing with
Bentham said ‘the principle of utility aims to promote happiness which is the supreme ethical value.’ In determining how to measure different amounts of pleasure and deciding on the right and good thing to do Bentham came up with the Hedonistic Calculus. This was a calculus to weigh up pain and pleasure and a way of testing whether an action is morally right, one that results in the most pleasurable outcome. It is measured in a quantitative way. Looking at the quantity of happiness produced from the action. It consists of seven key elements which measure different aspects of happiness.
Aristotle draws a distinction between superior and subordinate aims, believing Eudaimonia' is the end goal or purpose behind everything we do as people, and is desired for its own sake and therefore a superior aim. Aristotle also developed the idea of moral and intellectual virtues. The moral values are; courage, temperance, big-heartedness, generosity, high-mindedness, right ambition, patience, truthfulness, wittiness, friendliness, modesty, righteous indignation. The intellectual virtues are; practical skill, knowledge, common sense, intuition, wisdom; resourcefulness, understanding, judgement, cleverness. Aristotle then chose the four cardinal values from these lists, which are; temperance, courage, wisdom and justice.
In order for them to take the correct actions, they believe they need the captain giving them orders. This decision is effective, because the captain is in fact the person who is supposed to be in charge of the situation. Also, the executive officer's mutiny aboard the ship is one which required force to be stopped, and the crew recognizes this. Conversely, the executive officer organizes crew members who are acting on regret avoidance. The X-O, very emotionally, pleads with his followers that if they do not discover the information on the fragment, they will take unnecessary military action.
He means that if the venture needs you to be anyone else but yourself, it will lead to no good. This reveals to me that Thoreau believes strongly in the individual, being yourself, and seeking your own path. This quote is also applicable to modern life because many ventures nowadays require you to conform for some purpose. The second aphorism I remembered is “Our life is frittered away by detail...Simplicity, simplicity.” Thoreau means that our focus and attention to detail now in society and culture do nothing but to waste our lives away needlessly. He believes simplicity is the better choice.
If a Marine see’s you doing something that you would normally deem worthy of a ticket or a written warning then you’re setting a bad example and making yourself and other military police officers look like bags of ass. This is an unforgiving job, leading marines is not debatable, policing them should be one of your main priorities. You should be making sure that they are doing what they are supposed to be doing at all times. There should be no conflict with the rules and regulations, if there is then you might as well call yourself a
If the enemy was smart enough they could intercept our radio channels and know exactly every move we are about to make. Hence why if one piece is missing they shut down everything until they find it. Same with weapons you don’t want to give the enemy extra ammunition to use against us. That’s why the military is so strict with accountability. Finally, accountability is important in everyday life no matter what job you have.