It will then be necessary for the IT staff to return to their respective place of operation and train their own staff on the new systems. The training session hosted in Portland will last for 2 days and will consist of four individual meetings. The meetings will be broken into morning and afternoon blocks, each lasting four hours. IT staff attending the training sessions will be flown in to Portland International Airport (PDX) and booked in to a hotel near the NSS Portland offices. All transportation needs will be arranged prior to the day of arrival and meals will be provided.
The process of tagging all the medical records was an overtime project that many employees volunteered to complete. We would work our full day of work then stay after and we had teams of employees that would load the records up on carts and then there were some on the computer and would put the RFID tag inside the chart in the back, then we would scan the label of the patient and then scan the tag. The records were then put back on the shelves and we were able to trace the record within an hour after putting them on the shelf. The shelves were geared with a device to receive a signal and then resend it back to the sender (computer) of the signal allowing the sender to verify the record was on the shelf. The next step was to train the other employees to use the system when looking for a medical record.
Even before the fire marshal could go in to inspect the house, they had to get the bodies out then check for hot spots to make sure the fire wouldn’t start back up. Then the fire marshal could go in. All the guys were moping around putting the hoses and tools up. I was very confused about why they were so upset about people getting killed. They have been on these kinds of calls before.
Being a “shirtwaist” clothing factory, the scrap cloth from the assembly line was placed in the trashcans or just left around, increasing the possibility for a fire to spread out along the floor faster and cause more damage. As McFarlane states, box shelving is everywhere, loaded with rolls of flimsy lawn and muslin, cards of lace, and tissue-paper. It would be hard to say what is more flammable (42).McFarlane tells about all the different types of cloth and linen lying around the factory, showing the increased risk of a fire taking the floor if a fire occured. With all the scrap clothing around, and not a single fire extinguisher around, along with the tables, machines, and the crowded workers narrowing the escape routes for the employees and entrance routes for firemen or safety workers, the fire could easily spread through the factory floor and consume in in an
I can attest to this definition and characteristics of myself. I tend to find myself very direct that I had to learn how to put a filter before I speak bluntly. When seeking employment I find myself seeking leadership and management positions. Many times I find being overly confident in certain situations and wanting to take control of the situation. When working in a team setting I find myself wanting to start ahead of everyone else and leading the group to obtain the best results.
Mel the Metal Hero Hi, my name is Mel. I’m 21 years old and this is the story of the time I saved New York. One day at school we were told we are going to a metal facility, everyone excited. A week later the day came we were all happy and jumpy. At the metal facility we learned how people make metal bars to make tools; we also learned how people made cars.
Vented from roof. Gained original access through front door, used Fireman’s axe, didn’t check door handle before using axe.” Although when I am telling my friends about the big fire that I got to go to it is more like, “Dude, there was a huge fire in Kissimmee that started on the side of the building. We broke down the door with our huge Fireman’s axes. It was amazing there were orange flames 100 feet in the sky!” The first example was formal, to the point. It is how I would turn in into my boss, the Fire Chief.
In order to understand someone you have to see that person’s perspective and when trying to interview one person or a large group of people, that can only be done if the interview is in-depth. As the article says, “Often, deeper understandings are developed through the dialogue of long, in-depth interviews, as interviewer and participant ‘coconstruct’ meaning” (pg. 124). I really enjoyed how this article went into full detail about the many types of
I decided to do my interview on a gentleman who had experienced incarceration at a young age. I came up with this idea after discussing the topic with him in private. I have put the interviewee into a comfortable environment so that he is himself and does not become intimidated by the camera and lights. I’m going to try and diminish as much shadow as I possibly can but the area in which the interview is going to happen in is fairly dark and enclosed. I’m planning on setting the scene up and having Ryan and myself sit in position and kind of rehearse how he should speak and feel.
I was working in my store when all the commotion started. People were running down the street to see what was going on. Every once in a while someone would run into the store to tell us what was going on. Then we heard that it had gotten worse, People had started to get violent. I told my family to go home and stay inside.