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Recognize, Evaluate, and Control Health Hazards Your boss at the CSU Widget Fact

Recognize, Evaluate, and Control Health Hazards
Your boss at the CSU Widget Factory is pleased with how you handled his previous hazard analysis requests. He is now turning his attention to health hazards and has asked you to develop plans to address these two areas of concern:
confined space entry and
noise.
For each area of concern, discuss the following as it applies to the methodologies of health hazards:
how you would identify the presence of specific health hazards,
how you would evaluate the level of risk for each hazard identified, and
the control measures you would recommend to eliminate identified hazards or reduce the risk of exposure to the hazards.
The assignment submission must be a minimum of two pages in length, not including title and reference pages. APA formatting is required. All sources used, including the course textbook, must be referenced. Paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying in-text citations.

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Directions: Six months ago tornadoes tore through metropolitan Mobile. Luckily,

Directions: Six months ago tornadoes tore through metropolitan Mobile. Luckily, University of Strops was largely unaffected, however after the disaster, the administration realized they needed to update their emergency action plan. The athletic director has asked your firm to create an emergency action plan for the department.
Please read the attached articles regarding emergency management, and review the information on the following website:
Colorado School Safety Resource Center General School Safety Information; Emergency Operations Planning
Based on the information provided, what you learned in SPMT316, and your own research, please create a plan sufficient to protect student-athletes, spectators, officials, and staff in the event of an emergency.

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Using the attached article, A qualitative study of users’ view on information se

Using the attached article, A qualitative study of users’ view on information security, please can you re write the Literature Review Section (TOTAL WORDS 400 words include in-text citations).
The literature review must be based on critiquing Albrechtsens use of literature with a balanced argument as to why he may have used what he did and what other academic authorities could support or question his choice in literature.
Please can you consider the following 7 points when building the Literature Review (I know its only 400 words, so I know it limited, but at least f you can tip your hat to them)
1. What are the key sources Albrechtsens used
2. What are the key theories and ideas Albrechtsens has mentioned
3. Has Albrechtsens choice of literature supported the study and helped articulate the questions in the study?
4. How ihas Albrechtsens knowledge of the research lietrated been highlighted
5. What are the origins and definitions of the topic?
6. What are the major issues with Albrechtsens use of material / scholars and debates about study
7. Has Albrechtsens choice of literature and approaches to the research questions increased our understanding and knowledge?
Attached – The ARTICE
Attached – Current Review which is to be replaced
Attached – Template ‘Literature Review.docx’ to use to create this piece of work
Referencing – HARVARD (author, date)

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Using the attached article, A qualitative study of users’ view on information se

Using the attached article, A qualitative study of users’ view on information security, please can you re write the Literature Review Section (TOTAL WORDS 400 words include in-text citations). The literature review must be based on critiquing Albrechtsens use of literature with a balanced argument as to why he may have used what he did and what other academic authorities could support or question his choice in literature. Please can you consider the following 7 points when building the Literature Review (I know its only 400 words, so I know it limited, but at least f you can tip your hat to them)
1. What are the key sources Albrechtsens used
2. What are the key theories and ideas Albrechtsens has mentioned 3. Has Albrechtsens choice of literature supported the study and helped articulate the questions in the study?
4. How ihas Albrechtsens knowledge of the research lietrated been highlighted 5. What are the origins and definitions of the topic? 6. What are the major issues with Albrechtsens use of material / scholars and debates about study
7. Has Albrechtsens choice of literature and approaches to the research questions increased our understanding and knowledge?
Attached – The ARTICE Attached – Current Review which is to be replaced
Attached – Template ‘Literature Review.docx’ to use to create this piece of work Referencing – HARVARD (author, date)

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Consider a business or organization that you have either worked for or been a pa

Consider a business or organization that you have either worked for or been a part of. Discuss whether or not the business/organization had a continuity plan. If it did, what was included? If it did not, what should have been included based on the type of business/organization and its location?
I worked at a chemical plant (Dupont) in La Porte, Texas. Attached is an event which occurred while i was employed with them.

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it is literature review of specific risk assessments tools (11 tools) , it’s use

it is literature review of specific risk assessments tools (11 tools) , it’s uses , advantages and disadvantages for each on
all the details of the literature in the attached file

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Commercial Security Threats – Select a crime or security threat of concern to a

Commercial Security Threats – Select a crime or security threat of concern to a security officer in the commercial sector and describe how the security officer might prepare to mitigate the exposure to that specific vulnerability.

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Overview This assignment is designed to help the student in the field of theory

Overview
This assignment is designed to help the student in the field of theory development. By considering risk management theory through the lens of scriipture and theology, the student should be able to begin to see risk as applied to people at a deeper level than most modern theory considers. By wrestling with and developing a definition of spiritual risk, the student must consider both the spiritual component and the risk component, merging theory from each to support their proposed definition. By considering a particular king from 1 or 2 Kings, the student also has the opportunity to apply their definition in a practical and historical context. Ideally, this exercise should help the student to consider risk at a more personal level.

Instructions
The student will write a paper that focuses on spiritual risk. Specifically, the student will choose one of the kings in either 1 or 2 Kings and evaluate the effectiveness of that king as it pertains to risk management. This paper should also propose a definition of spiritual risk and support that definition using scriipture, references, and risk management theory.
• 7-page length requirement, which should include an abstract of 150-250 words;
• Excluded from this length is the title page and reference section;
• APA formatted;
• 5 references are required in addition to the course textbooks and the Bible;
• Acceptable sources include scholarly articles published within the last five years.

Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.

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Before diving into severe weather, it is important to understand the atmospheric

Before diving into severe weather, it is important to understand the atmospheric processes at play. Keller and DeVecchio Chapter 9 covers basic atmospheric science—including energy, heat and energy transfer,and atmospheric structures—before detailing the severe weather, its impacts, and societal responses. Pay particular attention to the linkages to other hazards, as severe weather is often accompanied by other events with potential to cause loss of life and property.
Chapter 9, Keller, E. A., & DeVecchio, D. E. (2014). Natural hazards: Earth’s processes as hazards, disasters, and catastrophes, (4th ed.). Routledge.

Ashley (2007) focuses attention on the spatiotemporal characteristics of tornado-caused fatalities in the US. In addition to his comprehensive analysis of tornado occurrence and patterns, he describes the evolution of tornado reporting, and demographic and population dynamic trends that affected societal vulnerability to tornadoes.
Ashley, W. (2007). Spatial and temporal analysis of tornado fatalities in the United States: 1880-2005. Weather and Forecasting, 22(6), 1214-1228.

Disaster Policy
The assigned readings on disaster policy explore a number of important issues related to hazards and disasters in the US. The first is a seminal article by Burby (2006) on the paradoxes of disaster policy following Hurricane Katrina. In this article, Burby explores the paradox of safe development and the paradox of local governance. As you read, think about the legal framework of EDM in the US and its evolution through time following precipitating events. Consider the implications of the paradoxes and what can be done to avoid or solve them. Do you agree with the need to incorporate hazard mitigation into comprehensive plans and the other recommendations put forward by Burby?
Burby, R. (2006). Hurricane Katrina and the paradoxes of government disaster policy: Bringing about wise governmental decisions for hazardous areas. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 604, 171-191.

Your second article on disaster policy explores how voters influence disaster policy. Healy and Malhotra (2009) dive into the political science behind myopic voters, trends in hazard and disaster-related spending, and how disasters impact public perception of public offices. After reading, think about how their results and discussion might have changed in the years since publication.
Healy, A., & Malhotra, N. (2009). Myopic voters and natural disaster policy. American Political Science Review, 103(3), 387-406.
Mitigation
Prater and Lindell (2000) discusses why mitigation is a politically-charged action and puts forward a policy framework that they argue is important in successfully implementing mitigation actions.
Prater, C. S., & Lindell, M. K. (2000). Politics of hazard mitigation. Natural Hazards Review, 1(2), 73.

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• 5 references are required in addition to the course textbooks and the bible;

Overview
This assignment is designed to allow the student to grapple with the relationship between people, risk, and security. The paper is focused on an industry to give a larger scope to the analysis and allow for a broader look at human resource management as it relates to that industry. Each industry deals with different types of risk, so choosing an industry to consider broadens the aperture from items within a particular organization to now a grouping of organizations in a particular field. This risk management plan allows the student to consider governance, helping raise the discussion to a more strategic level. It also should help the student understand the limitations to their own planning ability at this scale, allowing for specific gaps to be identified, especially as they relate to people within the chosen industry. No planning is perfect, and being able to identify gaps is essential to understanding risk management.

Instructions
The student will write a paper that focuses on the relationship between people, risk, and security. Specifically, the student will choose a particular industry to analyze, build a risk management plan, and evaluate the effectiveness of that plan as it pertains to that industry’s human resources.
• 7-page length requirement, which should include an abstract of 150-250 words;
• Excluded from this length is the title page and reference section;
• APA formatted;
• 5 references are required in addition to the course textbooks and the Bible;
• Acceptable sources include scholarly articles published within the last five years.

Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.