Accident
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...Accident While driving down a two-lane road, a man riding a bicycle suddenly crosses into oncoming traffic. With no time to stop quickly enough, a driver accidently strikes the rider with his car. Stunned by what was observed, I immediately call the police, but the bike rider has died as a result of his injuries. The driver is arrested on the spot and taken to the station where he is asked questions for three days about the situation. After telling the authorities over and over again that it was a terrible accident, the driver is forced to appear in court anyhow due to suspicion that the accident is actually his fault. For days while the driver is facing this terrible... HERE YOUR HERE HERE HERE...
Accident
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...accident Mike is a young man in his college years who still stays with his parents during vacations. He however does not appreciate his parents and considers them annoying because of their instructions to him. In the past few days, his parents ask him to renew his license but without caring about the reason for such a directive, he considers them annoying and instead ignores them. He as a result sleeps during dinner and suppertime to avoid his parents and leaves the house to hang out with his friends after his parents have gone to sleep. While with his friends, the peers race in cars on Jumaira road and search for girls to socialize. On this particular day, as his parents wants... Mike’s most memorable...
Accident Victim
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...Accident Victim The interviewee was a psychiatric aide with a renowned psychiatric hospital. As d by the Healthcare Career Information , “psychiatric aides help care for mentally ill, disabled, or infirm people who are confined to hospitals, mental facilities, and residential care facilities.” This is exactly what the interviewee was involved in at the psychiatric hospital. The victim, who is a professionally qualified psychiatric aide, has been on her job for six years as at the time of the accident and this was her first major occupational injury. During the interview, it was revealed that the accident caused by fall, which was...
Accident Prevention
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...accident at see. 193 persons died, when M/S Herald of Enterprise owned by Townsend Thoresen capsized just sailed from the port. At the beginning of the investigation process the majority of investigators were trying to find any damage of the ship or to elicit a fact of technical failure. To their great surprise there was not any technical defect of the ferry. The main cause of this tragic accident was that the bow doors of the ship had been left open and the bosun, who has the duty to check it, had just slept... . It was held a maritime inquiry. According to New York Times (1987) Lord Justice Sir Barry Sheen produced the report in the case of this accident, in which he...
Accident Investigation
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...Accident Investigation: Seven Lessons in Death and Injury Prevention The CBS February bulletin explores the seven ways of how to prevent and avoid unnecessary deaths and injuries in a hot work-related environment. After defining the concept of hot work, the bulletin analyzed -- from which the seven lessons are drawn -- eleven hot work accidents involving menial job that require “burning, welding, or similar operation” (as cited in “Seven Key,” 2010, p. 2). Although each of these eleven accidents has different setting or story, all of them share common features such as the presence of flammable vapor and the workers’ lack of knowledge of...
Airplane accident
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...Accident Aircraft accidents are always tragic incidents as they usually result in deaths of hundreds of passengers. Moreover, even though some have argued that they are avoidable, it is impractical to imagine that they can all be eliminated. This is because pilots, being human beings, are prone to making errors. This naturally means that so long as pilots remain in charge of planes, there will be occasional accidents. Organizations such as the National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) usually conduct extensive investigations of air crashes to prevent the occurrence of others in future. So far, NTSB has established that aviation can profit from more training of pilots and the re... Module Airplane...
Accident investigation
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...Accident Investigation affiliation Accident investigations encompass all the components rotating around the initial aspects surrounding the accidents. Essentially, it follows an ideal protocol to establish the events surrounding the ordeal circumstances. The core components are sequences of an accident, human factors, incident analysis, equipment analysis and environmental issues analysis. An accident interrupts all the daily and normal operations of any locality. Most significantly, events surrounding accident investigations acts out to prevent any future occurrence of a similar incident....
Aircraft Accident
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...Accidents that Caused Major Changes to Emergency Response Equipment and Procedures. Available online at http://www.nfpa.org/assets/files//PDF/Member%20Sections/ConroyPaper.pdf (February 7, 2009) 2. Kilroy, Chris (1989). Special Report - United 232. Available online at http://www.airdisaster.com/special/special-ua232.shtml (February 7, 2009) 3. NTSB (1990). Aircraft Accident Report- United Airlines Flight 232. National Transportation Safety Board. Available online at http://www.airdisaster.com/reports/ntsb/AAR90-06.pdf (February 7, 2009)... Memo G. W. Bush, CEO W. B. Clinton, Director of Engineering February 7, 2009 Looking into the possible manufacturing defects in the aircraft which resulted in the...
Methods for accident investigation
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...Accident Investigation Topic Summaries The Accident Investigation Process The process of an accident investigation begins when the accident occurs, and continues until the appointing official accepts the final report. One of the early stages of accident investigation is collecting evidence and facts. This consists of three main types of evidence, documentary evidence, physical evidence and testamentary or human based evidence. The collection of evidence can be a long process, with evidence being damaged, conflicting or minimal. The next part of this process is examining the facts and evidence, in order to determine, what happened, when and where it occurred, and why it happened. Causal... Methods for...
The Challenger Accident
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...Accident The Space Shuttle Challenger exploded seventy three seconds from liftoff killing all seven crew members during that fateful day of January 28, 1986. The Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident, otherwise known as the Rogers Commission, headed by former secretary of state and attorney general William P. Rogers, submitted their findings and results of exhaustive investigation on the cause of the accident, dated June 6, 1986, to then president Ronald Reagan. The commission in consensus with other agencies involved summarized that the Challenger mishap was caused by the failure "was the destruction of the seals that are intended to prevent hot gases... The Challenger...
The Zonk Air Accident
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...accident was the poor managerial practice by the owners of the company. Introduction: This paper provides a report on an air accident that occurred at the Tahoe Airport on the 7th of November 2010. In this accident, a charter plane that belonged to Zonk Company was able to crash, killing everybody who was in board. There were four passengers, and a pilot. This accident was so severe, that it was difficult for the rescue team to efficiently... There are many factors that contributed to the Zonk air disaster that occurred in 2010. These factors include human errors emanating from the pilot, mismanagement, faulty air craft, and poor weather conditions. However, the major factor responsible for this...
Accident Victim Interview Report
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...Accident Victim Interview Report Recently I visited a victim of industrial accident and spent sometime with him to enquire the details ofthe accident. The victim is a worker in an oil refinery and he met with an accident that caused burn injuries a few years ago. The accident occurred on July 28, 2005. He normally went to work that day like his usual working days. Along with his fellow workers he was performing maintainance work on the job site. He was doing his job in a shed near the hydrotreater unit in the refinery. The hydrogen gas heat exchanger pipe on the resid hydrotreater unit ruptured...
The Challenger Accident
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...Accident The Space Shuttle Challenger exploded seventy three seconds from liftoff killing all seven crew members during that fateful day of January 28, 1986. The Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident, otherwise known as the Rogers Commission, headed by former secretary of state and attorney general William P. Rogers, submitted their findings and results of exhaustive investigation on the cause of the accident, dated June 6, 1986, to then president Ronald Reagan. The commission in consensus with other agencies involved summarized that the Challenger mishap was caused by the failure “was the destruction of the seals that are intended to prevent hot gases... The Challenger...
Accident investigation in industries
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...Accident Investigation Industries Accidents are an everyday occurrence in American industries. Statistics reveal that at least thirteen people go to work every day and never come home. In different States, more than four million citizens suffer workplace related injuries. A study carried out by United States Department of labour in the year 2010 reveals more than 4,690 deaths related to work injuries. From this figure, 18% or more were in construction. There is a slight increase from the death cases reported in the year 2009. However, since the inception of OSHA in 1970, workplace accidents have reduced by 67%. Occupational safety and...
Accident victim interview
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...Accident Victim Interview 6th, November, Many occupational accidents happen because of workers taking shortcuts, following incomplete instructions, poor housekeeping, and being overconfident at work. Arguably, the level of accidents has fallen in the recent years with different industries adopting a safer working environment. His paper describes an interview with an accident victim stipulating the events of the accident and the aftermath of the accident. The victim worked as a miner in a coalmine when the accident occurred on 2 January 2006 in USA. This miner woke up early as usual to perform his duties in the mine unknowing what awaited him. Earlier before the accident in 2005, Mine Safety... ...
Accident victim interview report
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...Accident victim interview report Accident victim interview report The victim works for a renowned Construction company, which deals with the construction of skyscrapers in urban areas (see appendix-1). The victim is an ironworker at this Construction Company and his duty is to erect iron/steel rods. Usually, steel bars are handled with due care and attention because the same is heavy. In this case, the accident happened on June 08th 2012. On that day, the victim was working with other ironworkers, trying to complete maintenance work at a building. The victim was not aware of the fact that one of his co-workers was trying to handle a load of steel bars, which happened to be the reason behind... ...
Three Mile Island Accident
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...Accident: What Could Have Been? Accidents happen everyday. They are unintentional, and often viewed as unexpected. But, what if accidents are treated as something preventable? Accidents can happen in our everyday lives-- while we are on the road, in the workplace, or even in our home. Accidents could be anticipated, therefore, it could also be prevented especially if everyone will understand the importance of safety. It is not only beneficial to us but also to other people. Avoiding accidents from happening can be done by identifying potential hazards. People should be aware of the risks, impacts, and consequences of what they are doing and how they are doing it. However, people... The Three Mile...
John Denvers accident investigation
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...Accident Investigation Report on John Denver Plane Crash Flight History At around 1640 of October 12, 1997, the pilot, a middle-aged male Caucasian arrived at the Monterey Peninsula Airport to conduct a practice flight on his plane, an Adrian Davis Long-EZ model with markings N555JD. At 1702 Pacific daylight time, the pilot contacted ground control and obtained a taxi-for-takeoff clearance from the hangar. At 1709, the pilot reported to the local controller that he was ready for takeoff on runway 28, and requested to stay in the traffic pattern for some touch-and-go landings. The plane was cleared for takeoff at 1712, and the pilot performed three touch-and-go landings...
Nationals infrastructure accident
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...Accident (Failure of the New Orleans levees) National’s Infrastructure Accident (failure of the New Orleans levees) Introduction The overwhelming consequences that resulted from the levee failures at New Orleans generally focused the civil engineering sector and the country’s attention on the cause of what refers to the worst nation’s infrastructure accident in the history of United States. According to a report produced by ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), the country is beginning to accept the fact that its infrastructure is aging and thus there is the need of its repair or even total replacement (United States, 2006). There is a need of the U.S. government... National’s Infrastructure...
Accident Victim Interview Report
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...Accident Victim Interview Report The person Iinterviewed was Paul. Paul is a plasterer. He works with his team on a construction project. The accident happened on 6 June 2011. On the day of accident, Paul was plastering a block wall on the second floor inside a house. The house was under construction. The railing on the side of the staircase was not yet fixed. The staircase was fixed with wall on one side, while the other side was free. Paul was standing on the stair’s top landing. While doing the plaster, he took a pause to check if the wall was in plumb. He took a step backwards. Little did he know that he was just on the edge of the landing. As soon as he lifted his second foot... Full 4 October...
Critical incident - Accident
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...accidents in their lives and some of these are indeed unforgettable. I also went through one such incident. Back in 2006, it so happened that I and my three children were travelling to school in a seven seater hirer car. It was a routine journey; we were in pleasant humor and were chatting on the way. We had stopped in some stationary traffic when from nowhere a transit van smashed into the back of our car, throwing us all forward. Since our car was not in motion, this accident was very unexpected and frightening. There was a lot of noise. I heard a loud bang and a frightening crunching sound. I remember thinking... ? CRITICAL INCIDENT ANALYSIS SUBMITTED BY: SUBMITTED INSTITUTE: People meet with many...
ACCIDENT victim interview retport
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...Accident Victim Interview Report Accident Victim Interview Report The person interviewed works as a nursing aide with a health care institution within the local community. Upon the person’s request, the name and the organization’s name is appropriately withheld. As a nursing aide, the person interviewed, given a name of Ms. NA, for the essay’s purpose, has the following basic responsibilities: provides direct patient care through cleaning and bathing patients; assisting in repositioning patients in beds and transferring to wheelchairs; assisting patients in going to the toilet or in going to auxiliary services; taking vital signs and assisting in meals, as...
My first Accident
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...accident. Help poured from everywhere. I called up the emergency number 911 and my Mom. The only one thing she cared was my safety and life. Her reaction calmed me... Graduation day is the most important day in any life. So was mine, which coincided with my 18th birthday. I had my driver’s license and my parents doubled the celebrations by letting me use their 2005 Camry. All the very best things were happening to me, when life with all its twists and turns struck. The incident that occurred on the west side of Seibles road, midway between Norman Bridge road and Norman Lane, Montgomery, Alabama changed my perspectives towards life completely. I took the usual route home. I thought of informing my mom t...
Accident Victim Interview
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...Accident Victim Interview 6th, November, The fatal accidents that have occurred in the past have shaped industries and legislation. This is because OSHA comes in to investigate any time an accident results in a loss of life and give recommendations to prevent future occurrence. This paper describes interview with an accident victim detailing the events of the accident, extent of the injury, and changes that have occurred in the workplace. The accident victim bagged sugar in the sugar refinery on a four-story structure before the accident. The accident...
Aircraft Accident Models
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...Accident Models Aircraft Accident Models The article discusses inherent importance of monitoring health related issues within rotatingparts of turbine engines in aero designs. Monitoring of health conditions in such rotating components of an aircraft is imperative in enhancement of engine reliability and safety. Ability of aero engineers to monitor health conditions in aircraft rotating parts is domineering in preventing accidents and increasing longevity of engine components (Woike, Abdul-Aziz, Oza, and Matthews, 2005). Though effective monitoring of aero rotating engines is imperative in prevention of accidents, instrumentation of such applications poses an immense challenge... ....
Accident Victim Intrview
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...accident happened on 12 June The mason was plastering a wall at the second floor. The staircase had no balusters on its side open to air. No scaffolding had been provided there as well. While plastering the wall, the mason stepped a little back and did not realize that there was no support where the staircase’s landing ended. He put his foot in the air supposing there would be floor underneath and fell down from the second floor upon the first floor. He was not wearing safety helmet, but was lucky enough to not receive injuries in the head, though his shoulder was dislocated. He could have received serious injuries in the head... Interview Report The individual I interviewed is a plaster mason. The...
Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)
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...Accident. Cerebral Vascular Accident is another name for a stroke. It occurs when there is less blood supply or disruption in the path of blood supply to the brain maybe due to a formation of clot or a ruptured artery as a result of trauma that cause damage to brain. Arteries are basically the blood vessels that carry blood from heart to brain. In order to function properly, brain needs a continuous supply of oxygen and glucose that is brought to it through blood stream but during a shock due to compromised blood flow, cell death starts to occur in brain resulting in permanent neurological... STROKE In this particular case given to us, our Jan, 72 years of age recently suffered from Cerebral Vascular...
Space Shuttle Challenger Accident
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...Accident Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 15 April Tableof Contents I. Abstract. II. Introduction. III. Body. IV. Conclusion. V. Reference. Abstract The Space Shuttle Challenger exploded into flames last 1986. The accident unnecessarily took the lives of the seven astronauts instantly. The officers of NASA and its related agencies are to blame for the Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion. The officers did not heed warning of the whistle blowers to postpone the launch until all repairs are made. The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion precipitates to recommendations to stop a repeat of the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion. The cause of the explosion... Space Shuttle Challenger...
Accident and Emergency
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...Accident and Emergency). Detail How It Could Be Implemented. Introduction: The term emergency management traditionally refers to care given to patients with urgent and critical needs. The philosophy of emergency management has broadened to include the concept that an emergency is whatever the patient or the family considers it to be. Large numbers of people seek emergency care for serious life-threatening cardiac conditions, such as myocardial infarction, acute heart failure, pulmonary edema, and cardiac dysrhythmias. Apart from these, the Accident and Emergency Department also caters... Appraise a Piece of Research that may be Suitable for Implementation in your Work Area of Practice...
Accident prevention and injury prevention
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...accident prevention” and “injury prevention” strategies. Accident prevention can be referred to as psychological causation. It was in 1800’s when the industrial revolution started covering the economic world as the result of which safety on job became a major concern. At that time, many employers thought that employees drink while at work because of which workplace accidents occur. It was in 1850’s when the temperance movement established that played a significant role in preventing drinking accidents while at work. A number of psychological theories and approaches are there which reflect the way accidents occur. The main three of those theories and approaches... Final: - Explain the difference between...
Auto Accident Rates in Teens
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...Accident rates in teens Auto Accident rates in teens Introduction Auto accidents in teens are in form of car and motorbike crashes. Highway Safety administrators and researchers have been interested in studies linking age and auto accidents. It has been noted that teenage drivers cause most traffic crashes. In fact, traffic crashes cause most deaths of teenagers in the US. Drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 years are the greatest violators of traffic rules causing most deaths on the roads. It has now become an issue on how auto accident rates in teens can be controlled. Most scholars are conducting researches on how they can link stricter enforcement of traffic laws or stricter... ?Running head: Auto...
An accident that has changed my life
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...accident occurred that not only changed myviews on different issues but also robbed me of my friend. As we walked, I suddenly noticed that my shoelaces were not properly tied and decided to take a minute tying then. Meanwhile, my friend was walking ahead of me at a slower pace waiting for me to join him. Suddenly I heard screeching off breaks from a car and as I looked ahead, all I could see was my friend lying on the ground covered in a pool of blood. For once, I thought that I was in a dream but as I gained myself, I realized it was a reality and had to do something to save my friend. I rushed to him, called... College English essay One day as I walked home from school with my best friend, an accident ...
The Therac-25 and Its Accident Investigation
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...Accident Investigation [School] Number] September 8, Introduction In 1983, a machine was released to help in the treatment of cancerous tumors through the use of high energy laser beams. The machine namely Therac-25 was manufactured by a Canadian company i.e. Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) in conjunction with a French company, CGR. The Therac-25 was an improvement of earlier machines i.e. Therac-6 and Therac-20. Compared with other earlier machines, this one was more compact, versatile and easier to use. The Therac-25 falls into a class of machines referred to as Medical linear accelerators (linacs). They use the principal of accelerating electrons so... as to create high energy...
The Therac-25 and Its Accident Investigation
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...Accident Investigation [School] Number] June 2, Introduction In 1983, a machine was released to help in the treatment of cancerous tumors through the use of high energy laser beams. The machine namely Therac-25 was manufactured by a Canadian company i.e. Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) in conjunction with a French company, CGR. The Therac-25 was an improvement of earlier machines i.e. Therac-6 and Therac-20. Compared with other earlier machines, this one was more compact, versatile and easier to use. The Therac-25 falls into a class of machines referred to as Medical linear accelerators (linacs). They use the principal of accelerating electrons so as to create... ? Essay on the Therac-25 and Its...
The Therac-25 and Its Accident Investigation
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...Accident Investigation [School] Number] September 8, Introduction In 1983, a machine was released to help in the treatment of cancerous tumors through the use of high energy laser beams. The machine namely Therac-25 was manufactured by a Canadian company i.e. Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) in conjunction with a French company, CGR. The Therac-25 was an improvement of earlier machines i.e. Therac-6 and Therac-20. Compared with other earlier machines, this one was more compact, versatile and easier to use. The Therac-25 falls into a class of machines referred to as Medical linear accelerators (linacs). They use the principal of accelerating electrons so... as to create high energy...
Bristish Petroleum's Macondo Well accident BOP failure
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...Accident BOP Failure The Deepwater Horizon disaster at Macondo well is considered as one of the largest oil spill incidents in the history of petroleum industry which resulted in loss of human lives and significant effects on the wildlife and marine habitats This devastating incident also had long-standing social, environmental and economic consequences. The major findings of this paper have been derived from identifying the root causes of this incident and assessing an investigative analysis made by BP. It has been viewed that within the management of BP, there was a lack of communication with the contractors, inappropriate risk evaluation, inaccurate decision... ?British Petroleum's Macondo Well...
Measures of Effectiveness in BP Accident
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...accident. Effective contingency plan ensures that a company responds appropriately to disasters. Response to disasters includes taking responsibility where necessary thereby responding... Measures of effectiveness in BP incident The Deep-water Horizon spill was one of the worst industrial disasters that led to the loss of both human life and immense resources. From the spill, managers must draw fundamental lessons in order to make the operations of their companies safe. Key among the lessons from the incident was the need to cry out constant supervision of a company’s infrastructure. BP possibly forgot about its pipeline in the deep sea. The company assumed that the system worked efficiently and would...
Summary of TWA Flight 800 Accident
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...Accident TWA Flight 800 was a Boeing 747 plane that left John F. Kennedy airport bound for Charles De Gaulle InternationalAirport in Paris, France, on July 17, 1996. The plane was carrying 230 people in total, including 212 passengers. The plane exploded approximately 10 minutes after takeoff , and all 230 were killed, with the plane considered to be ‘destroyed’, breaking up into pieces and crashing into the Atlantic Ocean. The ‘why’ of the accident is harder to determine, as many conspiracy theories have come to life in the almost 15 years since the accident. The official cause listed by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) was one of “fuel tank failure... ”, stating that the...
The Therac-25 and Its Accident Investigation
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...Accident Investigation Several factors led to the Thera-25 accidents. The manufacturers were responsible for many of these factors that eventually caused death to the victims. Their engineering method was poor, for instance, they assigned a single programmer to the daunting task of creating the machine’s real time software which was very complex. There were no formal criteria for testing and specifications for the software written anywhere. To add salt to injury, the machine’s software and system were barely tested. For the machine to have the safety standards claimed by the manufacturer’s engineers, it must have run for at least 100,000 years and any potential errors... in their machine. As...
Cause & Effect essay about car accident
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...Accidents Introduction The high death rate of people in different nations is contributed by numerous factors ranging from diseases, natural deaths and various forms of accidents. Other than children whose chances of survival early in life result from their systems ability or failure to support individual lives and fight weakening infections by acute illnesses, most adult deaths are associated with either sicknesses or accidents. These accidents come inform of attacks during crimes (stabs, gunshots, strangles etc.), natural disasters (like flooding, earthquake, and fire outbreak) and transportation system accidents. One of the ways transportation systems have... 23 April Cause & Effect Essay about Car...
Analysis of the Road Traffic Accident Fatalities
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...Accident Fatalities on the Australian Population Analysis of the Road Traffic Accident Fatalities on the Australian Population The road is a dangerous place to be in. Road traffic accidents damage properties and most often produce human casualties. It can be observed that road accidents most often occur in cities and urban areas which are linked with the growing traffic increasing population and economic human activities (Archer & Vogel, 2000). In fact, amongst the huge cities in the world, Australia’s urban areas have grown to have substantial number of fatalities in the road based on the Australian Transport Council (2011). But still it is worthwhile to consider... ? Analysis of the Road Traffic...
Assessing patient with cardiocascular accident usingRopLogand Tierey
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...ACCIDENT USING THE MODEL OF ROPER, LOGAN AND TIERNEY By University name City, State Date Introduction This is a case scenario analyzing the condition of patient X who has been admitted with cerebra vascular accident, and is also currently receiving treatment for high blood pressure and smokes. To assess the circumstance, it is necessary to evaluate problems such as mobility, communication, personal cleansing and eating and drinking and working condition since they are related to patient’s conditions. A cerebrovascular accident is the health term for a stroke which affects mobility of selected part of the body or entire body. A stroke is when blood flow... is to incorporate Roper, Logan and...
Statistics: How Accident Statistics Effected Installing Airbags
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...accidents in 1996 and some other recent studies. The results are based on data from FARS2 covering years 1986 through 2009. We initiated the discussion by noting the statistical methodology of the NHTSA studies. The NHTSA analysis as mentioned before is based on the FARS database and is in principle a statistical evaluation of effectiveness of airbags. “Fatality reduction” is the main parameter of interest among various sub groups of the population of occupants of vehicles that were involved in collisions. Fatality reduction is computed as the average effect of airbags on the entire population of occupants inclusive of those... ?The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), USA estimates...
How too conduct an accident investigation in the workplace
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...accident investigation in the workplace. The paper discusses who information would begathered from what questions should be asked, the paper also looks at taking evidence such as photographs and details from emergency service officers. How too conduct an accident investigation in the workplace. When investigating an accident, first visit the building itself and identify the specific locality of the accident, gaining a thorough understanding of the layout of the building. Ask to be escorted to the actual site of the accident, making enquiries and notes of any comments made by the escorting person or persons concerning the accident... This two page paper gives a brief outline on how to conduct an...
How a car accident has changed my life
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...accident has changed my life I would start this essay by saying that it is very few times that lives change with a single accident. My case is not any different. This accident brought a sense of responsibility within me which I did not have within me in the past. I would understand that such accidents do happen once in a while and it is right that one such accident shook my basis in particular and made me feel what I was doing in my life. Accidents are always sad and talking about them makes one feel even sadder. Since I am narrating the whole story here, a sense of sadness has come inside me. But I will be stating what I went through and how my life changed with just a single accident... How a car...
Report (an incident report covering a vehicle accident)
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...Accident This is an incident report covering a vehicle accident which occurred on [THE DAY YOU WANT TO USE] at [THE LOCATION YOU WANT TO USE]. As a result of my interests in public service, I wanted to see if I could discover exactly what happened, what caused the events to occur, and what recommendations could be made to avoid the situation happening again. By understanding the different aspects of this car crash, I expect to be able to gauge my interest in pursuing further studies in the public service sector. Description of Incident On [THE DAY YOU INSTERTED ABOVE] at [WHATEVER TIME YOU WISH TO USE], a black BMW Z-3... of Vehicle 1 sustained severe injuries, while the other driver...
Pre-arrival policy for patient attending accident emergency by ambulance
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...accident emergency by ambulance Table of Contents Introduction 3 Search Strategy 3 Overview of the Literature 5 Methods and Methodologies 10 Application of Findings 14 Conclusion 14 Reference List 16 Appendices 18 Appendix 1: Literature Review Grid 18 Introduction Accident and emergency department offers care to patients who arrive following an accident or with an emergency medical condition. Before patients can decide where to seek medical attention, they have to consider a few factors such as the urgency of their medical attention, the nature of their accident of emergency and the proximity of the medical services (Design Council, 2012). For this reason... ? Pre-arrival policy for patient attending...
US Airways Flight 1549 Accident on the Hudson River
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...Accident on the Hudson River US Airways Flight 1549 was a commercial flight which took off from the New York to North Carolina on 15th January 2009. It was successfully ditched on the Hudson River which was adjacent to the midtown Manhattan only after 6 minutes once it took off. It was struck by a flock of Geese as it climbed to achieve height. Indeed the US Airways Flight 1549 was due to a bird strike which happened at the north end of the George Washington Bridge only after 3 minutes of the flight had gone by. There was a complete loss of thrust in both the engines of the commercial aircraft. There were 150 passengers and 5 cabin staff on board this Airbus A320 flight... ?US Airways Flight 1549...
Trauma patient injured in a motor vehicle accident
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...accident: The patient is a 9 year old male, who has been injured in a motor vehicle accident. He has sustained injuries to the thoracic and lumbar regions and is admitted as a trauma patient. The patient exhibited all the signs and symptoms of acute trauma, such as elevated heart rate, low blood pressure and a tendency to slip into unconsciousness. Plain radiographs of the chest and lumbar regions were taken, in order to assess the extent of injury to the internal organs. The plain radiographs were used as the gold standard and a CT (computed tomographic) scan had already been taken on this patient immediately on admission, as a matter of course... Running Head: Reflective Work Journal REFELECTIVE WORK ...
Ethical Analysis of Eight Mile Road Hearsay Accident
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...accident exposed serious shortages in a scheme that was destined to safeguard public well-being and safety. Failure modes ought to be present in any nuclear plant. This is because a commercial... ? Ethics in Nuclear Engineering - Eight Mile Road Hearsay Introduction Nuclear engineering requires safety precautions and security measures. This is because the consequences of nuclear disasters are very dare hence ought to be kept to the minimal. From the case study of Eight Mile Road Hearsay, it is worth noting that the company involved is a nuclear engineering company. It exists as Eight Mile Road nuclear power plant. An incident that goes in contradiction to the nuclear engineering ethics has occurred in...
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