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    Children’s Exposure to Online Dangers III, IV, and V Internet is a wonderful resource for gathering information, socializing, and entertainment. However, the truth is that there are many risks associated with it. It can be easy to overshare information, embarrass yourself and even get messages from creepy people. The issue of online child exploitation by predators has gained a worrying momentum that has brought concern on the safety that children and students have while using the internet. Pedophiles hide behind fake profiles, the anonymity and lack of face to face cues allow them to easily communicate and interact with kids. Predators goes as far…

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    Patient Safety Culture

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    an effort to improve patient safety and the quality of care provided to patients, healthcare organizations implement evidence-based best practices. Organizations also work to transform the culture of patient safety in their environment by implementing changes and involving all stakeholders such as board members to the front-line workers (Grissinger, 2010). Adverse advents unfortunately happen in all environments, the challenge is finding a strategic plan that will assist the healthcare…

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    began in 2014 with leadership commitment to alarm safety and accomplishing the goal and placing the patient safety nurses as the project leaders. The chief nurse officers assigned clinical representatives for each area of service and the clinical engineers completed a comprehensive inventory of the alarms systems. The second phase included specific strategies detailing alarm management by creating policies and preparing to implement new practices to enhance the safe. The project steps moving…

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    Security cameras punctuate the perimeter of my school, a black fence separates the outside world from my secured campus, and police officers are staples of my everyday experience, and yet, they put me at ease. With the increased publicity and frequency of school shootings, such devices allow hundreds of schools like mine to promote their students’ senses of safety and their faculty’s sense of control about what goes on within the school. While many schools have adopted methods similar to those…

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    details surrounding the crash; passenger numbers; staff numbers; injuries and fatalities; established causes of the event and information surrounding the subsequent investigation, fines and prosecution of those involved. Furthermore the research covers who was blamed for the accident and the consequences of those held responsible - Balfour Beatty Rail Maintenance Ltd (BBRML) and Railtrack which, after the company’s collapse following the accident, was succeeded by Network Rail. The immediate and…

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    her from suing the hospital. Apparently, this solution could be cheaper as compared to allowing her to file a medical malpractice case against the hospital. If I, as a manager, found that Mike knew about the spill and did not do anything about it. Then, as a result of this negligence act, the hospital now is facing with this big mess, I would not fire him. However, I would teach him about the way to make a critical decision, and as a healthcare worker, patient safety always comes first when…

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    The 20th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) does not have an official federal continuity plan in place. The federal continuity plan template incorporates four separate phases. Phase One: Readiness and Preparedness, Phase Two: Activation, Phase Three: Continuity Operations, Phase Four: Reconstitution Operations (FEMA 2013, p iii). Although the plan is optional, the framework of the Federal Plan Template goes in depth on how to accomplish all four phases. In the Federal Template, the Basic…

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    The advancement of airport security had a major impact on society since it created more jobs, employed more qualified individuals, improved the state of transportation, and provided relief for the passengers due to the new technology giving them peace of mind that their travels will go safely. Airport security will constantly be advancing due to new technology being invented and new security threats. Having to go to the airport two hours early for security may seem annoying, but all of the…

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    restaurants that were suspected to be affected so they could be sanitized, and investigate the source of the E. coli. Since the incident, Chipotle now takes serious safety precautions and safety measures to make sure that nothing like this will occur again. The franchise responded to the media immediately after…

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    The NRC's mission is to regulate the nation's civilian use of byproduct, source, and special nuclear materials to ensure adequate protection of public health and safety, to promote the common defense and security, and to protect the environment. The NRC's regulatory mission covers three main areas. (United States Regulatory Commission, 2017) • Reactors – Commercial reactors for generating electric power and research and test reactors used for research, testing, and training • Materials – Uses of…

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