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  • Case Study: Passive Fire Protection System

    Passive fire protection system 1. Fire emergency exit and staircase An emergency exit an doorway out of a building that is designated for use in an emergency (Collinsdictionary.com, 2018). This is a special exit when you have emergencies, for example a fire. The combined use of special and regular exits allows for faster evacuation, while it provides an alternative if the route to the regular exit is blocked by fire. The qualifications for an emergency exits includes the location must be in a location that is easy to be access. The exit also must have an area or location which it can bring you to emergency situation. Besides, it must be controlled by the inside of the building. Lastly, it have to be well managed and regularly up kept and the…

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  • The Importance Of Environmental Protection

    Introduction – Environmental Protection - Environmental Victory This reflective paper will address several issues associated with environmental protection and the perceived environmental victory of a Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to support stricter emissions controls. First, it will discuss how the law must balance competing scientific opinions and make decisions in light of uncertainty. Next, this paper will discuss the different stakeholders who have concern in this situation, delineating…

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  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

    The environmental protection agency’s (EPA) is a Federal Government subsidiary and their mission is to project our health and that of the environment. The EPA accomplishes this feat by writing regulations and provides standards that implement laws established by Congress. In addition, the EPA works with other government and state level agencies to monitor the compliance of laws by conducting inspections on utility power plants or other industrial facilities. The clean Air Act (CAA), first put…

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  • Summary: Agency Overview And Border Protection

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection – Agency Overview and Career Opportunities The United States Customs and Border Protection exists as a subordinate organization within the Department of Homeland Security. Although U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) did not exist prior to the Homeland Security Act going into effect in 2003, the Customs and Border Protection still possess a rich history of previous forces that evolved into the modern Customs and Border Protection. The mission, budget,…

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  • Radiation Protection Policy Analysis

    Introduction Radiation protection policy is distributed among several governmental Agencies in the United States. Each agency is tasked with controlling exposure to radiation and the safe use of radioactive materials and radiation generating devices. These agencies inform their policy with reports and recommendations from a number of organizations, including the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). The NCRP is a longstanding organization that strives to provide…

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  • Environmental Protection Agency Analysis

    Introduction The article I chose for Essay two talks about president elect Donald J. Trump nomination decision for the Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A). Trump chose Scott Pruitt, who is currently the attorney general for Oklahoma, as head of the EPA. The article states that this decision can have a negative effect in the environment, due to the fact that Pruitt supports the fossil fuel industry. The article also states how Pruitt has constantly shown his support against President Obamas…

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  • Data Protection Act 1998: The Importance Of Personal Information In Schools

    The Data Protection Act 1998 was brought in to law with the intention of governing the way organisations are processing and managing their data on living identifiable individuals. It is important that all data information that is kept within a school is taken down on record correctly whether it is locked away on a computer that has a password on it so no-body can access it or it must be kept in a file which is kept in a filing cabinet which is looked up with a key that is kept out of reach of…

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  • Protection Of Whiteness

    White people are automatically protected and given the benefit of the doubt when confronted by the police by having white privilege. White privilege works in our world in many ways; it provides white people with many advantages and immunity to challenges people of color face. The protection of whiteness shapes the world we live in and is not easily deconstructed in any system. For example, a person of color, especially a black person, is not guaranteed the same treatment by cops that are given…

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  • Why Is Golf A Popular Sport

    to swing at a time. Most of the venues consist of two levels, each level having booths with a piece of wood approximately 1 meter tall in between each booth. This allows the player to swing and not worry about hitting the person next to them. Timber or a net above them, which ensures that if a ball is not hit correctly it will not hit the person down the bottom, also protects the bottom layer. o Players must make sure that the area around them and the direction of the hit is clear of people…

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  • Definition Of Wilderness

    questions and concerns for the land and how we think of it, I do believe it is an essential part in preserving what land we have left. Some benefits from the wilderness designation brings up is the prohibition of vehicles and development in that area. This keeps the land from having any significant damage as well as puts a cap on the amount of human activity in the area. It is also good that they have a mandatory minimum of acreage for the designation in order to keep a buffer zone between…

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