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*Fire Investigation (e.g. Arson) & Collection and Preservation of Arson Evidence
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...accidental in nature like caused by faulty electrical circuits and defective... Fire Investigation: Collection and Preservation of Arson Evidence Franziska Philipp Palm Beach College Fire Investigation: Collection and Preservation of Arson Evidence Introduction Fire investigation aims to establish the cause and origin of fire related occurrences (Lee and Harris, 2000). Such investigations would entail a systematic approach and possessing basic fire science knowledge. According to forensic disciplines, fire investigations are used to determine whether there were crime intentions despite the fact that fire often destroys crucial evidence initially. There are many types of investigations that are susceptible...
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Ethical Issues for Engineers Working in a Design Engineering Company
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...accidental oil releases, air pollution, sedimentation, and turbidity from the onshore surface runoff (Harris, Pritchard and Rabins 77). The magnitude of effects on the environment depends on the size of the production site, the location of the project and the mitigating measures against the oil and gas spills. The likelihood of occurrence of adverse effects... by the machinery and vehicles during the seismic evaluations. The construction of the access roads and pipelines may lead to fragmentation of the wetlands by the processing facility. Accidental spillage of the oil and gases during the drilling process may lead to poisoning of the wildlife (Fleddermann 186). The wetland...
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Why Gun Control is not Enough, by Jeff Mcmahan
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...accidental shots. Even a slight conflict will make people shoot at each other. The power of government and police will be diminished, because people will not look for help from security agencies and police, and will defend themselves through the use of guns. “The power of the citizens and that of the police approach parity,” states Mcmahan (2010, par.5). Moreover, it is all a matter of relative safety. Individuals owing guns will feel safe, and those without guns will be the most vulnerable, and will look forward to having guns. The state which will allow guns will feel safer than that which does not. “When only one state gets nuclear weapons, it enhances its own security but reduces... ?Why Gun...
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Uzbekistan Insurance Company
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...accidental fire and 3... Introduction to Insurance The Manager, Uzbekistan Insurance Company has received three claims for his opinion. The first relating to the claim by Vicky's husband on her death due to fire and another claim for damage due to fire caused to the house belonged to Vicky. While the claim on her life can be settled due to perpetuity of insurable interest in life assurance contracts in spite divorce, fire claim cannot be settled because of Dave's negligence in wiring which was found to be faulty. The second case of Brian need not be settled because of his contributory negligence though his lawyers can claim for relief due to comparative negligence. The third case of Heather's death due...
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Gun control (Self defence low)
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...accidental. This statistic would reflect the number of deaths that were legally caused as a protective measure, either by a citizen or the police. It is difficult to comprehend how such a figure, when combined with the offset of the number of accidental deaths and compared to the number of suicide and homicide deaths would support a claim for owning a gun for protection. The world of 1775 was very different to the world of the new millennia. In the current 21st century, the methods of personal defense have developed in such a way that owning a gun is the least likely form of actual protection... Guns and Self Defense: Will a Gun Really Protect You? The right to bear arms ispart of the Constitution of...
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Synthesis-Response Essay
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...Accidental Asian: Notes of a Native Speaker” by Eric Liu are based on the real happenings in the lives of the authors... Synthesis-Response Introduction A thought that is ‘seeded’ into an mind is outputted in his or hers work. That ‘seeding’ of thought could beinitiated by the environment, in which the author is leading his/her life. When that happens, he/she will be able to bring the real life happenings to fiction. Normally, human’s lives are composed of situations which will be interesting, inspirational, ‘injuring’ etc. And, there is a proportion among writers who translate these situations into fictions. The works “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan, “The Joy of Reading and Writing” by Sherman Alexie, “The...
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Difficulty recognizing the enemy during Vietnam
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...accidental civilian casualties... Cong when fighting the Americans were a far cry from the conventional conflicts that the latter had been trained to fight. The superior weapons that they had ended up being used indiscriminately and in the process many civilians were killed accidentally. As a result of there not being statistical records concerning the incidents, the number of these accidental killings may have been in the thousands (Appy 41). There were instances where while platoons were on missions, their leaders rarely restrained them from committing atrocious acts because it was believed that this was the only way through which they could defend...
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My Neighbor Has Guns
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...accidentally or intentionally afflicted (Kleck 1). In addition, there occurred more than half million violent crimes involving guns inn the same period and most of them were committed using handguns (Kleck 1). Based on these statistics, there has been... Guns Ownership Effects The issue of guns has been dominating the United s debates for a long time. The focushas been mainly due to the people killed with guns, and others have nonfatal gun wounds. For example, in 1985, over 30,000 people were killed with guns (Kleck 1). Moreover, so many people sustained gunshot wounds on the same period. In fact, majority of deaths were due to suicides. On the other hand, some of the injuries caused were either...
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Personal emergency and disaster plan
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...Accidental and Intentional Disaster Threats. Tornadoes, blizzards and thunderstorm, followed by floods are the three major types of natural disasters occurring in Indiana State. Though the level of precipitations is lower in Indiana than in some states farther north, the statewide amount reaches about 40 inches annually. Occasional blizzards occur due to lake effect snow. The 1978 and 2004 blizzards affected the state seriously, causing the severe flooding of some regions. Thunderstorms are also not rare here (about 40-50 days annually) with March... Emergency Plan 2008 However stable and save this world may seem no one is entirely protected from disasters. of IUB should be prepared for Natural,...
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Around the theme of War as accident vs. war by design, consider the origins of the following wars: The Opium War, World War I,
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...accidentally and accelerate beyond control. In fact, even the planned wars can go overboard to the surprise of the planners, since it is not possible to visualize the course any war is going to take from the start to the end, with ultimate precision (Lovell, 112). Since a war involves an engagement with the enemy, the plan made by one party may fail, since the planning is done without full information regarding the status of the enemy. This is worsened by war propaganda and military misinformation techniques applied, which serve to represent the enemy in a way that is different from the reality... Around the theme of "War as accident vs. war by design Wars normally emerge as a planned affair or jut...
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Maternal Death
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...accidental or incidental (Temmerman & Verstraelen, 2004). There are two categories of maternal death, namely the direct and the indirect maternal deaths. Direct maternal death is caused by a complication of pregnancy or delivery or their management (Temmerman & Verstraelen, 2004). Indirect maternal death on the other hand... Maternal death According to WHO, maternal death refers to the death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days after the termination of her pregnancy (Temmerman & Verstraelen, 2004). For a death to be considered maternal, it must have been caused or provoked by the pregnancy or its management notwithstanding the duration and site of the pregnancy. The cause should however not be...
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Describe te ways in which computers have affected our lives
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...accidental admin. San Franciso: No Starch Press, Inc.... Ways in Which Computers Have Affected Our Lives Over the last century computers have progressed from a technological wonder to part of our day-to-day life. No matter what a person’s career may be, he or she is influenced by computers. An engineer may use computers to complete complex computations that once had to be done by hand, while a stay-at-home mom may use her personal computer to look up school lunch menus for her kids. Computers have impacted our lives by providing convenience in our everyday life, allowing for automation of many jobs and processes, and providing science with new tools. In our everyday lives we use computers to save time...
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Management of tricyclic antidepressant overdose
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...accidental or intentional over dosage should be monitored for at least six hours even if not exhibiting any symptoms. Continuous cardiac monitoring should... Pathophysiology and treatment for tricyclic antidepressant overdose Tricyclic antidepressants were a chance discovery during the search for antihistamines, sedatives and antipsychotics during the late 1940s by Häfliger and Schindler (Goodman and Gilman’s, The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, Eighth Edition, pg 405) and Imipramine was the first drug discovered in this class with remarkable anti depressant actions. This followed further research in the molecule which had three cyclic rings (hence the name) and a number of congeners namely...
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Police use of force
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...accidental weapons discharge, or when an officer overreacts and administers a savage beating that results in death. In these circumstances there should be some sort of legal retribution to the officer who at the low side of the scale would be given a warning and at the high end of the scale is terminated from their position and face murder charges. References Policeuseofforce.org (2010) Background Information. [online] Available at http://www.policeuseofforce.org/background_information.htm Accessed on March 25th 2010. US Legal Definitions (2010) Definition Police Brutality. [online] Available at http://definitions.uslegal.com/p/police-brutality/ Accessed on March 25th 2010.... Police Use of Force The...
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Week 4 Discussion-Epi
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...accidental secondary hosts. (Kramer LD, Li J, Shi PY., 2007) Migrating birds are considered... Week 4- Cluster or Outbreak Order No. 308534 No. of pages: 2 6530 The Medical fraternity is facing the problem of dealing with the increase in the number of tuberculosis and West Nile Virus cases and doctors and other health officials are looking towards health care which is community based because it is one of the most cost – effective methods of dealing with these diseases. There are several causes for the prevalence of tuberculosis such as the presence of ‘AIDS, poor medical infrastructure, poor sanitation in certain areas and a lack of awareness of the dangers leading to the disease.’ Kampala Henry Wasswa,...
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Deviant Behavior Homework Chapter 1
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...accidental shooting of children by firearms that had no place in the homes they were found in. With this information why are Americans not doing more to strengthen the “Brady Bill”? The Brady Bill: Towards Responsible Gun Ownership The Brady law requires individuals to pass a background check before acquiring a gun from a licensed dealer; however ,the guns that were used in the most horrendous incidents... The Responsibilities of Owning a Gun Illegal firearms caused the death of over 30,000 Americans each year. According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, the number of officers killed in the line of duty by gunfire increased by 24 % from the year 2008. Let us not forget the...
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The Secret Life of Bees
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...accidental gun shot, supposedly Lily having inadvertently triggered the gun, ensuring from her parents’ fight. This story manifests Lily’s struggles through adolescence with bees... in her personality that needs to be filled. She is looking for a permanent attachment, a security, a sense of motherly and unconditional love which is not provided by his father. T-Ray was an imposing authoritative figure who was insensitive to Lily’s feelings – partly because she reminds him of Deborah, who was actually on the verge of leaving them when they furiously fought before she accidentally died. T-Ray was only concerned of showing how powerful he is and how everyone else is under his...
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Explosions
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...accidental or intentional. However, the Bastian Plating Company’s poisonous gas incident was unacceptable. The night-shift leader avoided all precautions. Secondly, it is unacceptable for a team leader in a chemical plant to unknowingly create hydrogen cyanide. Conclusion With the level of expertise, technology and knowledge in the US, most industrial explosions are preventable. Rigot (2007) cites the major causes... Explosions This paper looks at five explosion disasters that have occurred in the recent past in the US. While one was not strictly an explosion it has been included in here because of the nature of its cause and the similarity of its underlying causes to the other four. We look at the...
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Sociology
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...accidental, age factored and usual deaths and hence cannot deny the fact that one has to die some day. However, the concept is not to leave today’s happiness and comforts for tomorrow’s sorrow. According to me, we are in this world to make it a better place to live, to innovate and to explore the nature. We are not here to wait for the death – the end of our life. It is worth mentioning here that the concept of assisted suicide is flawed in my opinion. Each and every minute of our life is important, even the most painful moments. Life is subjected to bear the unwanted and fight... Concepts: Life, Death and Assisted Suicide” There are certain concepts and issues which prevail in the society but are not...
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Anne Tyler's Digging to America
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...Accidental Friendship. The New York Times 21 May 2006 [available online at http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/21/books/review/21schillinger.html)... BOOK REVIEW Digging to America by Anne Tyler BOOK REVIEW Digging to America is a typical Anne Tyler's novel which focuses on the family life and its daily drama. However, this time the author adopts a new approach to different perspectives providing the reader with a great chance to enjoy the amplitude of the novel's complex characters. The novel begins at the Baltimore airport on Friday, August 15, 1997 where two families arrive to meet their newly adopted Korean orphan baby girls. Two couples previously unknown to each other strike up a lasting, frequently biza...
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The Case of Thomas Jackson
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...accidental. 2. Death... 1. The brother of 18 year old Thomas Jackson, who was found dead near his motorcycle, d that “riding his bike fast really gave Thomas a buzz.” James Jackson, 27, lived with his brother at 42 Kimbolton Street in Old Town. Thomas’s body was found by a police constable who’d originally parked his patrol car as a result of two dogs whose behavior seemed odd. “The dogs kept rushing up and down the grassy bank near a gap in a hedge at a slight bend in the road.” The Constable proceeded to the spot on foot and that’s when he found the body of Thomas Jackson lying just inside the field, a few yards from his motorcycle. Constable Charles Peel stated, “There were no signs of injury, th...
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Operation Anaconda
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...accidental shootings.3 Conclusion Anaconda operation has been among the most complicated missions in US warfare history. This is because they were unable to eliminate their enemy in the first account, typically because the soldiers underestimated the enemy and thought that it was an uncomplicated mission. Success was realized after requesting for reinforcement from Delta Force and Seal Team Six. List of References Johnson, David. Learning Large Lessons: The Evolving Roles of Ground Power and Air Power in the Post-Cold War Era .New York: Rand Corporation, 2006. Pg 53. Pirne, Bruce. Beyond Close Air Support: Forging a New Air-Ground Partnership. New York: Rand...
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Freud and the ideas of the Enlightenment
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...accidental but a revelation of dynamic unconscious. This was an articulation of the concept of unconscious. Freud claims that human behavior relies on drives or instincts, which are the neurological representations of physical needs. He also theorized the idea that sexual drive was the most powerful shaper of a persons psychology, and that sexuality manifests itself from childhood. Indeed, he claims that young boys develop attraction to their mothers and develop hate towards the fathers and vice versa for girls. This refined the concept... and the Ideas of the Enlightenment Irrationality is an attitude or a theory, or set of beliefs of having a non-rational basis or non-rational forces governing the...
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What can be done to curb concussions in hockey Explain your reasoning
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...accidental hits, players being struck by pucks, collision with teammates, or striking the ice or the boards after being hit legally (Syd and Johnson, 1). Education and bodychecking has been implemented to curb concussions in hockey but the incidences of concussion just doubled which led a number of studies to conclude that bodychecking only result in worsening of concussions among hockey players in Canada. In fact, Canadian data suggest that bodychecking accounts for 45%-86% of injuries among youth ice hockey players (Emery et al., 2265). So, what can be done to curb concussions in hockey? The answer is simple... What Can Be Done To Curb Concussions In Hockey? Ice hockey is a popular North American...
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Write a five paragraph essay about this poem -
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...accidental achievement of hostility. He did everything... [Supervisor Behind Grandmas House by Gary Soto Introduction The poem ‘Behind Grandmas House’ has been written by Gary Soto and is about a little boy of around ten year’s age, who tried to portray himself as harsh and tough until his grandmother tackles him. The main character in this poem has severe cravings for consideration from friends, family and strangers too. This lust for attention directs that character to commit rebellious and hostile acts and exhibit mischievous behavior that lacks respect for power. The boy in "Behind Grandmas House" wears such an attitude to show himself as intimidating and tough. These rebellious deeds lead to accide...
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Assignment 4.2: Course ProjectBusiness Crimes, Business Torts, and Product Liability
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...accidental wrong that results to injury occurring is what we refer to as tort. Therefore, it includes all cases involving negligence not forgetting intentional wrongs where harm results. With this in mind, the law of tort had to be formulated to protect the interest of individuals who are harmed by a certain wrong. For example, individuals harmed from battery, assault, infliction of emotional distress intentionally, or false imprisonment is protected by intentional tort... Business Legal Environment Business Crimes Business crimes vary from white collar scandals to embezzlement of funds or business property in terms of assets. Therefore, any undertaking by an entity or by an individual in the business...
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Family roles and dynamics
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...accidental injuries, increased criminal behavior, and domestic violence. Moreover, many substance abusers within a family have dual diagnosis matter that increase compounds in variables of treatment required for success with the addict... Family roles and dynamics Family roles and dynamics Describe two or more ways that family roles and dynamics interact with substance abuse and addiction, using specific examples. The field of addiction has increased which has become apparent that family structures and dynamics play a significant role in continuation of substance in a family. In addition, substance abuse increases other dysfunctional patterns of behaviors in families such as child abuse, incest, accident...
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Genes
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...accidental alteration of the sequence of the base pairs in a gene. This alteration can be in the form of addition of new pairs, deletion or inversion of a section of the strand. Mutation results to alteration of the stored information in a gene. 2. Describe the double helix structure of DNA molecule, and explain how such structure and its functions make it possible for DNA to act as a genetic material? (3 points) DNA is a polymer made up of nucleotides. Each of the monomer nucleotides consists of a 5-carbon deoxyribose, a nitrogen base... Genetics Homework ID Number Questions The functions ascribed to the genetic material are replication, expression, information storage and mutation. What does each of...
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Assignment
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...accidental because the US constitution has survived more than two hundred years. This in itself is a great chaievement. Scholars quote France that has had two monarchies and five republics over the same period that the US has had a single constitution. Other strengths include the expansion of the democratic space that has seen the women’s suffrage... Methods for Environmental Decision Making ical liberalism is a political philosophy of leadership of constitutional order, law, and rights. The rights are inalienable and endowed in people by the creator. Various strenghths attest to the fact that classical liberalism has strengths and weaknesses fortune coming out as one of the facts. However, they are not...
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The Impact of Outdoor Air Pollution
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...accidental deaths for every 10 μg/m3 rise in fine particles, independent of gender, age, and geographic region. The results were derived from a linear exposure-response pattern whereby mortality rose exponentially with rising concentrations of fine particles. Air pollution, therefore, recognizes no national boundaries and may be transported over long distances. Even at current levels, air pollution is a threat to entire populations. It is an increasing global problem yet no serious... The Impact of Outdoor Air Pollution – Articles and Book Summaries “Public Health Impact of Outdoor and Traffic-related Air pollution: A European Assessment” Künzli and colleagues give an estimation of the costs and health i...
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Phenomenology topic
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...accidental. One of the most respected researchers of the field Clifford Geertz pointed out the following: “to anyone who has been in Bali any length of time, the deep psychological identification of Balinese men with their cocks is unmistakable” (Geertz, 2005, 60). In other words, this nation was able to find a peculiar tool of expressing their aggression as well as other feelings in a manner that would be effective, on the one hand, and quite safe for the all the participants... topic One would make no mistake suggesting that phenomenology should be considered to be a rather peculiar science since just like many other kinds of human activity it tries to contribute to a correct understanding of the...
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Unit 1 Assignment: Research
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...accidental or unintended actions. Interior Floor Surfaces Floor surfaces shall not be heavily patterned. Carpet shall be low profile or low loop construction, directly glued to the subfloor. Equitable Use The design is useful and marketable to people with diverse abilities. Interior Doors Unless equipped with a power door operator, doors shall have level wheelchair maneuvering spaceon both sides of the door, and clear... Comparison between ADAAG Standards and UD Principles ADAAG standards UD Principles Interior Floor Surfaces Floor surfaces shall be stable, firm, slip resistant and glare-free. Tolerance for Error: The design minimizes hazards and the adverse consequences of accident...
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Dosage and Calculation Mistakes with Medication
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...Accidental drug dosage error. International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 10(4), 357.... MED110 According to Jeffery (2009), medical error is the resultant failure that occurs during a treatment process in a healthcare facility that ultimately harms the patient. There are many forms of medical treatment errors, but this report will limit itself to over-prescription as an error. Overprescribing is an error that results from administering a higher dose than the normal to the patients. It may result in adverse effects such as heart attacks or respiratory arrests such as the case highlighted in this report. Error in the administration of dosage to an infant An infant received ten times the amount of mo...
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Death Investigations
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...Accidental death is mainly as a result of unexpected factors or situations... Death Investigations Death is a painful process that disconnects the soul from the body and thusthe being of a person is no more. When a person dies psychologically, his/her conscience is no longer at work despite the physical presence of his/her body (Prahlow, 2010). Death takes place when the body systems of a person no longer functions and thus leaving the body in a lifeless state. There are a number of manner in which death occurs depending on the causes and mechanisms that occasioned that particular death (Adcock & Chancellor, 2013). Causes of death are the immediate circumstances or objects that caused one to dies, for...
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Research Methods
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...accidental sampling and snowballing technique. In quota sampling, each region or population is allocated a certain... Research Methods Paper March By population we mean the complete count of all elements in a certain frame. An example is the total number of citizens in a country or the number of doctors in a certain country- a population of doctors. In general according to Argyrous (2005), a population represents the total elements in a certain sample space (p. 36). On the other hand, a sample is a subset of the population. Normally a sample is taken when one wants to study a certain population and then he/she has limited finances (Bryman 2008, p. 23). In such a case, he/she takes a representative sample ...
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Epidemiology of Adolescent Opioid Abuse
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...accidental deaths is on the rise in the United States. In fact, the CDC estimates that the usage of opiate for relieving pain accounted for approximately 74% of prescription drug overdose-related deaths in the country in 2008 (National Institute of Drug Abuse, 2012... ? Epidemiology of Adolescent Opioid Abuse of Introduction Opioids are chemicals used for their value as painkillers. They get their painkiller usage from their effects of decreasing the user’s perception of and reaction to pain and increasing their users’ tolerance to pain (Sykes & Thorns, 2003). However, opioids have several side effects, which make them health hazard if abused. These side effects include drowsiness; vomiting, nausea,...
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Reflections on Connection of Chemistry to Franciscan Values
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...Accidental Anti-Aging Discovery” by Nina Elias, the author expresses “What if there was a single naturally occurring ingredient that could fuel a plane, replace saturated fats in baked goods, and repair wrinkles?” Herein, she makes reference to the environment-friendly algae that addresses both health and beauty concerns and somehow, her illustration of the value of transformation coincides with the Franciscan’s insight into transformation with responsibility as the biotech company Solazyme, according to Elias, has come up with innovative solutions which ensure no hazardous impact toward the ecological surroundings. On the other hand, the cosmetic inventions presented... Three of the Core...
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Computer Assignment
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...Accidental Empires. New York: Harper, 1992. Xerox. PARC Fact Sheet. 2006. Online. Internet. 15 May 2006. Available: http://www.parc.xerox.com/about/factsheet.html. Xerox. PARC History. 2006. Online. Internet. 15 May 2006. Available: http://www,parc.xerox.com/about/history/. Question 2 Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are visionaries who helped to create the world of personal computers and computing as we know it today... Explain the influence of the research conducted at Xerox PARC on the modern day personal computer. Question Introduction In 1970, Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) was opened. They gathered some of the world's best researchers who created the Alto computer. The Alto was easy to use and ...
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Evaluate WHS management systems
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...accidental and there was no need for training of staff at Melbourne. Fourth, on 1 April 2013, a new... EVALUATING WHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS EVALUATING WHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS For effective and efficient management of business, the rules and regulations of World Health Survey are important (Leask, and Fyall, 2006.) Better allocation of resources and sound management lead to overall success of business. However, most people do not know the rules of WHS hence poor services are offered to the public. Based on the report below, it is clear that employers, managers, and employees need to be taught on risk management policy among other policies of WHS on management for success in any enterprise. In consultation...
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Health and saftey in the work place
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...accidental incidents in the workplace (Bigelow & Robson, 2005). Health and Safety Management Policy Investigation and Identifications of the Company’s Risks The common safety audit has to handle some general issues regarding the safety of a workplace such as safety measures from fire, electrical problems, construction safety, proper maintenance of standard rules and regulation, mechanical and physical safety of the company. The engineering company should follow the guidelines of H&S measures to manage the risks associate with the same. To mitigate the risk associated with H&S, the company... Health and Safety in the Work Place Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Task 2a 3 Safety Audit 3 Health and...
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Criminal/civil law
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...accidental dilution by chance. The validity of the test result is highly acceptable. In addition... ?Robert Courtney Case, Fraud of cancer drugs Robert Courtney’s Case was one of the large pharmaceutical frauds continued for more than a decade involving estimated 4200 cancer patients and liable for several wrongful deaths. Background Robert Courtney was born in 1952 in Kansas. Robert Courtney was a pharmacist and he owned the Courtney Pharmacy Inc in Kansas City, Missouri and he provided prescribed medicines to the practitioners of the Research Medical Tower, Kanas. He was a friendly and helpful person devoted to church. He has the custody of two daughters from his first marriage and twins from third...
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SLP: Housing Recreational Areas and Bathing Facilities Disaster Sanitation
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...accidentally swallowing contaminated water, or through entry into nose, ear and open wounds can cause sickness. Some of the most common illnesses which can be contracted while swimming and or surfing to contaminated water and or when bacteria levels in beaches are beyond normal are Gastroentiritis... ? Illnesses Associated to Contaminated Beach Water Following the storm Regina, we are advising swimmers and surfers to skip their beach surfing routines in the next few days. Beaches would be temporarily closed to public as the recent test on beach water were found to be contaminated with pathogens and there is an elevated bacteria level due to runoff cause by the recent storm. Exposure to pathogens through...
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How might a constructionist approach to gay, lesbian, bisexual or trans persons differ from both a biological essentialist and a religious essentialist one Which of these three groups would have the broadest understanding of free will
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...accidental features that result from social forces. These include biological essentialist and a religious essentialist approaches. From the perspective of the essential nature of a person, it is taken that the sexual preference of a person is natural and important/essential to the personality of the person. The essential nature entails... Constructionist approach, a biological essentialist and a religious essentialist approaches to gay, lesbian, bisexual or trans persons. Every person is free to choose the type of sexual orientation to identify with. This also includes the freedom to undergo some medical treatments in order to shift to a preferred sexuality. However, there are still many controversies as ...
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Difference between a Wired and Wireless Network Security
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...accidental... ?Difference between a Wired and Wireless Network Security A wired network is the type of telecommunication network whose nodes are interconnected through wires through which the remote transmission of information takes place; while, in case of wireless networks, there are no wires and the transmission of information occurs by means of radio waves at the physical level (Wysocki, 2005). Alongside this basic dissimilarity, there are disparities in their security too. Wired networks are more prone to physical security breaches and threats, the most significant of which are electrical threats since the system is not portable due to heavy bundles of wires. This kind of threat is most often...
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The Clouds
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...accidental witness to this majestic poem written in the sky.... The Clouds It is through the poetry of the clouds that the sky expresses its sway over our imagination. Resounding with the flavour of seas and rivers, the sky is an ocean of air, a fact few of us take into regular consideration due to its imperceptibility. Yet this expanse of air does occasionally reveal itself in the motion and magnitude of clouds, and through their complexities and incarnations the currents become perceptible. In a way, clouds are the exquisite waves of the air, the visible demonstrations of the heavenly tide. Hiking through a scarcely worn path, in the earthly realm where hills erupt into mountains, I slow my pace as I p...
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Email-etiquette
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...accidental premature sending of the email. Moreover, the fifth tip is also extremely useful. Until now I only used to proofread my emails by myself and sometimes the errors got mistakenly left out. From now onwards, I would be incorporating this tip while penning down a professional email and use grammar and error checking software to keep the errors to a minimum. All in all, the article is very nicely presented and apart from its few flaws, it is a very helpful guide. Works Cited McKay, D. R. (n.d.). Professionalism - How to Conduct Yourself at Work. Retrieved Jan 26, 2013, from About: http://careerplanning.about.com/od/workplacesurvival/a/professionalism.htm McKay, D....
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Benefits
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...accidental deaths without the negligence are paid even after more than one year resignation from the companies by the employers. This article effects the people who are in job and who are providing jobs. The idea of retirement is a very foremost idea and a mean to retain their efficient... Article 14: An Evaluation This article basically addresses the issues and objectives related to employees for the employers. Retirement is the inevitable and unavoidable aspect of a work life. This article demonstrates the benefits the employees of any companies have and opening the new means for employers to maintain their employees well. Retirement benefits will help employees to understand the advantages after work...
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OSH Acts General Industry Standard
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...accidentally dropped while being loaded. c) Firing of the tool shall be solely dependent upon at least two separate and different operations with the final firing movement being separate from the operation of bringing the tool into a firing position. d) The tool should be designed as not operate in any other surface except its intended e) And unless the worker is holding is holding the tool against the work surface with which is at least five pounds greater to the original weight of the tool. f) The tool shall be designed that positive means of varying the power... are available or can be installed to the operator as part of the tool in order to make it possible for selection of a power...
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Intelligence Collection
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...Accidental emanation or inflection of acoustic energy or the sound waves can offer the similar kind of intelligence data as those of the radio wavelength power. Acoustic sensing is frequently performed... 1. Materials sampling refers to the collection and assessment of particulates, trace elements, debris and effluents. These kinds of materials are emitted into the environment, earth or water by a broad array of industrial activities and military operations. Materials sampling is widely used for analysis in the fields of intelligence such as in military scheduling and operations, nuclear testing, infection outbreaks and chemical combat structures. An example of the operational use of the process is in...
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Forensic Psychology: The Implications of the Daubert & Frye Rulings
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...accidental, rational/irrational, emotional/non-emotional works well in judicial practice and is based on an intuitive universal consensus in society (Glimcher... The Daubert and Frye Rulings and Their Implications for Forensic Psychology The aim of this work is to summarize of my own understanding of the Daubert and Frye rulings and their implications for forensic psychology. The information from the book The Neurobiology of Visual Saccadic Decision Making by P.W. Glimcher and from the website of . Lectric Law Library was added to this work. In the USA, there are basically two standard assumptions of scientific evidence, both standards got their names on the relevant proceedings. This is the "Daubert...
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