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    My First America Class

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    “And that is all for today class, make sure to do the readings and the homework that I have assigned in the syllabus. Who knows, you may or may not have a pop quiz coming up,” the aged professor says. Concluding the class with a slight cunning grin. As all the students get up to grab their bags and leave, I turn to Amanda and say, “hey Amanda, would you want to exchange phone numbers so we can do the homework for next week.” The words get out from my mouth very quickly, since I had been thinking about what to say during the lecture and had carefully prepared this sentence as if I was going to address the President. “Yea what a brilliant idea. I can sense that I will need some support for this class. I have to check my phone though, because…

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    The 2012 Emergency Response Guidebook was created by the transportation departments of the United States, Canada, Mexico and Argentina. It was written for firefighters, police and any other emergency service personnel that may arrive on the scene of an accident involving the transportation of dangerous goods. This guide is intended to help responders identify the specific material hazards and inform them of how to keep not only themselves but the public as well safe. This book is helpful during…

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    The user can get rid of the cost of keeping their regular telephone service (FCC). The user can also take some VoIP services with them when travelling and use them as long as they have an internet connection (FCC). Cons(Implement into paragraph) VoIP is dependent on having power, so if the power goes out that means that VoIP services cannot be used (Valdes, Roos). There are also problems with emergency 911 calls. If the user cannot tell the 911 operator where they are located then the…

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    According to research done by Elon University School of Communication, “the first innovation of communication was printing press.” The telegraph followed it. In the 1830s, Samuel F. B. Morse invented the telegraph, which is the machine using electricity to deliver messages in code over wires. Then, in 1844, between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Maryland, the first telegraph line was constructed, the first message “What hath God wrought?” was sent by Morse (“1870s-1940s Telephone”). Therefore,…

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    Supervisor’s Office & Pine Ridge Ranger District Front Desk - Security Plan I. General Operations – This plan is to guide front desk personnel in the handling of emergency situations that could present a safety threat to them or others in the building. All situations are different and require calm, quick thoughts, and pre-planned emergency responses. • All front desk personnel will receive annual refresher training with practice drills to include radio use, phone use, paging system,…

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    How Alexander Graham Bell Changed the World Have you ever wondered who invented the magnificent telephone? Well, it was Alexander Graham Bell! He invented the telephone in the year of 1876 and from that point forward, the world of communication would be much more efficient. Alexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland in the year of 1847. He was a teacher of the deaf. Bell is even listed as one of the founders of the National Geographic Society. Bell was also the inventor of many things. Overall,…

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    CHAPTER EMERGENCY PROCEDURE TEAM RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Emergency Procedure Team: President (in charge) Vice President-Standards House Chairman Chapter Council Adviser 2. Emergency phone numbers for police, fire, emergency medical service/ambulance and campus security should be posted by all phones in the chapter facility. 3. Chapter member immediately contacts the appropriate emergency service and a member of the Emergency Procedure Team. 4. Chapter President • Ensures appropriate…

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    eport, I am going to describe how an emergency incident is graded by the police forces call centre. I am then going to talk about the importance of responding safely to the emergency incident call, between the station to where the crime or scenario is taking place. In the next part of this assignment I am going to identify the statutory and voluntary who work together on the scene of an incident and what the roles and responsibilities are for the public services when attending the emergency.…

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    Voip Research Paper

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    order to make use of this technology widespread, VoIP has the potential to replace traditional phone lines entirely. Principles of VoIP When someone goes and places a telephone call it takes the callers speech or voice and converts them into data packets. With these smaller packets of data it is easier and faster for them to send and be received through…

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    Benny has created customer feedback forms that are completed by customers after each event, these are then analysed by Benny and his management team and any relevant issues are highlighted and reported back to our staff. This shows that Benny is a successful enterprising manager and that he is always Communicate effectively. Todd’s leap website provides a vast amount of information on their activities. This Enables customer to book an activity and actually know what the activity consists of and…

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