Summarize the case in five sentences Because there are many porcelain makers in Jingdezhen, the quality of products are low,the styles are limited, and the productivity are low. Most porcelain makers set minimal profit margin goals to pursue volume pricing strategies in the mass market, that cause their works could be mediocre quality and customers could shift to other suppliers. JCAC want to differentiated itself from its rivals by quality and artistic style of its products, and produce high-end product. What are the problems (and the origins of these problems) facing the porcelain/ceramics industry in Jingdezhen? Most of the porcelain makers in Jingdezhen unable to offer uniquely designed products and differentiate themselves from their competitors.
Some individuals being supported may need to be sensitively reminded about hygiene, it is good practice to explain the reasons for maintaining good hygiene levels, whilst respecting people's differences and attitudes to taking care of themselves. 2.2 Protective equipment, clothing and precautions should be followed at all times when working to minimise the risk of infection. Uniforms should be clean on each day and washed separately from other laundry. Gloves, aprons and good hand washing techniques should be used when providing personal care for individuals as germs can spread very easily in care home settings. 2.3 Concerns about the safety and hygiene of equipment or facilities used for personal care should be reported to your line manager or house manager immediately.
Most people who worked in the factories lived in the factories which had little living space, lack of proper ventilation and lack of proper hygiene (Wikipedia). Due to the poor living conditions and overcrowding people were subject to health issues and death related from communicable diseases. Along with the poor living conditions, hunger and malnutrition were common during this time. Labor laws did not exist. Workers worked long hours without breaks and children were also subjected to these cruel working conditions as they were often put to work alongside their parents.
Working conditions were harsh for the American industrial worker in the 1800s. With the boom of the Second Industrial Revolution and the need to expand business to meet consumer demands, employment opportunities opened at a rapid rate. In order to maximize profits, however, workers were given very few luxuries. Most factories had deplorable working conditions and were unsafe. Many workers lost hearing from loud machinery, lost limbs in hazardous equipment, and even lost their life due to the apathy of factory owners.
4. The reason for the national policy for colour coding of cleaning equipment is to ensure that the same cleaning equipment is not used in multiple areas, therefore reducing the risk of cross-infection. Outcome 2 1. The three steps of the decontamination process are cleaning, disinfecting and sterilisation. Disinfecting is a process used to reduce the number of micro-organisms to a safe level for a defined procedure but which may not necessarily inactivate all viruses and bacterial spores.
Hands should be washed before handling any food sources and immediately after. Hands should be washed between preparing different types of food for example, raw meats, dry foods. People should work by the 5 moments of ‘Hand Hygiene’ which the trust follows. 7. When preparing food and drink surfaces of the preparation area and your hands should be clean at all times.
Annual revenue for the company has averaged 1.5 million dollars in the past three years. The Bead Bar paper system currently has proven to be unreliable and not of productivity to the company overall as it produces numerous human error. The usage of this system has caused problems including lost orders, incorrect invoicing, and delays of delivery to customers. The system that is currently in place has a zero communication level between Bead Bar locations around the U.S. The usage of new technology will reduce unneeded data transfers, as well as order errors.
As Sainsbury's have a hierarchical structure they are most likely to lose a lot of money because for the marketing and research and development departments to carry out their functions they would need funding from the finance department. For this information to get to the finance department a lot of time would have been wasted and also for the finance department to reply to them, all this would cost them a lot of money. Advantages of Sainsbury's is that the power they have would be successful for the business as when work is being done the communication of the workers together when given commands from the manager and having to work better for the manager to impress them in order for more work to be done and at a more well-organized rate then if there was no pressure from the manager. Disadvantages would be that the workers would start to get stressed from having to complete the workload at too fast a pace for them to work at all times that they will start to work less and dislike there job and some days may not want to work as they are stressed to do work which is too much for them to cope as they are trying too hard to impress, this could lead to employees wanting to quit their job. Advantages are that when having to complete work set out by the manager to the employees it can be done efficiently so that the manager will be able to assess the employee and they could get a promotion to a higher part of their job.
Also that all the necessary things that need to be done to keep a particular area clean are in place, and that healthcare workers know exactly what to do, and also anyone can look at the cleaning record and see that it has been done. If an infectious outbreak should occur then anyone investigating this then has a clear picture of what has been done and can amend accordingly if changes need to be implemented to prevent further outbreaks. 1.3 The correct management of an area can minimise the spread of infection by ensuring that controls are in place and it is less likely that infection will spread if the environment is kept clean and tidy and all cleaning schedules are adhered to. 1.4 The national policy for colour coding is in place to ensure that the correct equipment is used in the appropriate area, all cleaning materials and equipment, for example, cloths (re-usable and disposable), mops, buckets, aprons and gloves, should be colour coded. The method used to colour code items should be clear, permanent and in accordance with existing local practice.
over sevent-five percent of agricultural workers in Ontario are temporary contract migrants. Due to the high amount of working hours and hard physical work that these labourers endure, it is not uncommon for workers to fall ill. However, many workers do not claim medical benefits in the scare that they will be deported back to their home, as more injuries mean more insurance premiums for employees. Not to mention, they are largely underpaid due to the fact that they are considered "independent contractors" and that they are not required to pay minimum wage