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  • Case Study: The Seveso Fiasco

    slaughtered animals brought on wellbeing issues will mankind's. There are many of people who is responsible the Seveso disaster such as the company’s workers and directors. Also, there no professional engineers were present in the building and no safety measurements in the factory. Reference: 1) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seveso_disaster 2) http://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/Seveso%2C+Italy 3)…

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  • Foodborne Health Issues

    managed to sicken 48 million Americans (about 17% of the U.S. population) and lead to 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths. (Healthy People, 2014). Since there is such a high risk with the foods we consume, food safety policies and programs have been put into place to ensure the safety of the products the public…

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  • Essay On Patient Safety

    of death compared to their illness. Patient safety practice was created to minimize risk of harm to patients and providers through both system effectiveness and individual performance. The risks to the patients consist of medication error, pathogen transmission, and various physical hazards; all of which could be reduced or prevented. In order for this competency to work, all healthcare providers must create a common goal to achieve. The “Patient Safety Movement” has taken it upon themselves to…

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  • Analysis Of Chipotle Crisis

    to acknowledge this hysteria, this can cause fear or anger over ambiguity. For instance, in 2003 many citizens refused to eat beef when they became aware of a single Alberta cow was infected with “mad cow disease”, even though the risk to their own safety was non-existent. The public can be a very useful resource, and can used to a corporation’s benefit. Chipotle has rightly infused this practice within its crisis communication strategy, with the first step taken by the company’s Communications…

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  • Chernobyl: The Deepest Nuclear Meltdown In History

    While the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, a.k.a. the USSR, was in control of Ukraine, it built multiple nuclear power plants. However, these nuclear power plants were not as safe as the ones built in the west-ern countries due to the lack of a safety culture in the USSR. Soviet Russia had boasted how its nuclear power plants were the safest ones in the world in previous press conferences addressing the nuclear meltdown at Three Mile Island. According to the World Nuclear Association (WNA),…

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  • Persuasive Essay About Food

    We’ve been taught since we could understand the English language that it’s important to eat three meals a day, breakfast, lunch and dinner. We were also taught about the food pyramid, we need a certain amount of grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy products and meats in our system in order to keep a vigorous healthy lifestyle. Seems easy enough, but is it really? With the way today’s food industry is set up, it doesn’t seem that simple. We have so many industries today, specifically the meat…

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  • FSIS Case Study

    The assurance that the U.S.’ commercial supply of meat, poultry, and egg products is safe, wholesome, and properly labeled and packaged is entrusted by the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). To further ensure safety, the FSIS observes products during the processing, handling, and packaging process to reassure the products are honestly labeled. Being the public healthy agency in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the FSIS’ main purpose is to protect the public health as well as…

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  • Food Handler Assessment

    2.1 INTRODUCTION The uses of knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) assessment are to identify the food handlers’ level in each aspects so that we can know whether the food served is safe or not. Furthermore, these three aspects will be assess among several group of characteristics which are gender, working experience, age, educational level, and attending of training courses(Siow et al.,2010). Then, while doing this assessment, it will show to the café staff that it is important to take care…

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  • SLEPT Analysis: Why Mccain Foods Has Been In Business

    McCain Foods is a privately run company who has been in business since 1957. It was founded by two brothers, Harrison and Wallace McCain. McCain Food Ltd. Is located in Florenceville. New Brunewick, Canada. In the last 50 years, McCain has become the world’s only global French fry producer (McCain n.d.). It is the worlds largest producer of French fries and potato specialties (The Times 100 2014). It buys 12% of the British potato crop (The Times 100 2014). They are best known for their…

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  • National Patient Safety Goals

    With many health care facilities being the backbone of society, patient safety is the number one goal. For this reason, the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), has put together a set of National Patient Safety Goals as called NPSGs. NPSGs were established in 2002, and these goals were made, “to continuously improve health care for the public, in collaboration with other stakeholders, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in…

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