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Fire Protection Specialist Essay

… Fire Protection Specialist

It takes a special kind of person to be an effective fire protection specialist. It takes extensive knowledge and the ability to communicate well with others. The skills needed and knowledge requirements are strict and numerous and for good reason. Currently, fire protection specialists are charged with filling three major roles. These roles include fire inspector, fire plan examiner, and fire investigator. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the organization that sets the minimum standards for these fields and the standards are carefully scrutinized before being adopted. Both NFPA 1031 and NFPA 1033 are specific sets of standards required to become certified in the areas of fire Inspector, plan examiner, and fire investigator. These standards define exactly what the roles and…. [read more]


Fire Mummies of the Philippines Essay

… Fire Mummies of the Philippines

Life and death have always fascinated human beings as the ultimate mystery of the universe. Cultures throughout the world have speculated about these issues, and constructed rituals and religions around them. The Ibaloi tribe of Kabayan is no different. Like Egyptians, and several other ancient cultures, this tribe mummified the dead from their elite social sectors. This was done on the assumption that these persons had the ability to live after death, much like the Egyptian dynasties. However, one fundamental difference between the Ibaloi tribe and the Egyptians is the method of embalming. The Ibaloi for example used a method that preserved the whole body of the deceased, where the internal organs were not removed, but dried within the body.…. [read more]


Fire Oxidation and Fire Science Thesis

… Some of the causes the fires incidents can be prevented through the public education program to limit the conducts of people towards certain kind of activities.



The benefit of fire prevention education is demonstrated by the Florida government. Between 2002 and 2007, the Florida state government approved $500,000 annually for the wildfire prevention education, and the goal of the program was to prevent campfire escapes, debris-burning escapes, children playing with fire and other wildfires smoking materials. The government used the homeowner visits, media efforts, presentations, flyers and information brochures for the wildfire prevention education program. The program also mandated the public organizations, private organizations, and a private individual to install the smoke detectors to reduce the chance of fire outbreak. Essentially, the…. [read more]


Workings of Forest Fire Management Systems and Urban Fire Departments Term Paper

… Forest Fire Management Systems and Urban Fire Departments

Forest Fire Management Systems

New Technologies

Urban Fire Department

New Technologies

Descriptive Statistics

Suppression Costs for Federal Agencies. Source: National Interagency Fire

Appendix II Figure 2. The tactical priorities of structural firefighting operations

Appendix III Figure 3. Fire Fighter Average Salaries for 2002 (Full Time)

Discussion and Study of Forest Fire Management Systems and Urban Fire Departments

Fire is a destructive force whether it takes place in a the forest or urban setting. A fire of any size causes costly damage to the environment, personal property and even human life. This paper acts as a discussion and study of fire management systems for both the forest and urban style of fire fighting. By studying fire management systems,…. [read more]


Work and Occupations Essay

… Work and Occupations

Crisis and fire response services are the fundamental security measures that the U.S. government gives to protect its citizens from dangers related to fire. Fire administration-based emergency service (ES) frameworks are deliberately positioned to convey time-discriminating reaction and successful patient forethought. This facilitates this significant open security administration while additionally underlining the responder well-being, skilled and sympathetic specialists, and financially perceptive operations (Whyte, 2002). This study defines and looks at the different encounters of the fiery breakout reaction and crisis reaction encounters. It also monitors breaking down the two callings, which are essential when reacting to crisis occurrences, incorporating discharge, crisis therapeutic, and extraordinary operations.

Crisis Response Service

The Emergency Response Service (ERS) is uniquely prepared to react to crises in airstrip…. [read more]


Tort Case Term Paper

… Tort Case

"A tort is an act that injures someone in some way, and for which the injured person may sue the wrongdoer for damages. Legally, torts are called civil wrongs, as opposed to criminal ones" (Tort, 2011).

Anna v. Italian Restaurant

Negligence

Negligence is conduct which falls below the standard established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risks of harm (Kionka, 2006). It this case a reasonable prudent person would not expect to find glass in a meal served at a restaurant, which would then mean that the Italian Restaurant would be guilty of negligence. Also, the defendant had a duty of care to Anna because of doing business as an Italian Restaurant. The restaurant owed a duty of care to…. [read more]


Museum Methods Term Paper

… Although I agree with the basic structure of this definition, I would prefer more emphasis on the level of required professional standards necessary to designate an institution as a museum. Many non-profit institutions are established to enrich our society including, schools, libraries and community social and cultural organizations. Many of these institutions are essential in the preservation of values and identity and education of our citizens. The term museum should not be generally applied to these entities simply because they offer public enrichment under a non-profit designation. Museums should also be very clear in determining the scope of the institution; their role should be defined with clarity and selectivity, and with a recognition of wider social and cultural purpose. Attracting individuals with comparable interests to…. [read more]


Police Consolidation Research Paper

… ¶ … Northern York County Police Consolidation Experience by John T. Krimmel. Specifically it will answer questions about the article. The article compares Northern York County police departments with departments in Lancaster County, both in Pennsylvania.

What are the pros and cons of consolidating police agencies?

The pros of consolidating police agencies include cutting down on costs, not duplicating services, being more efficient, and making training and equipment that is more specialized, like crime labs and record keeping, which cuts down on costs. Experts like Krimmel believe that it can lead to a lower turnover in personnel, and better-trained officers, as well. It can help the department look at things differently and improve quality, too. When merging several small departments, it can even lead to…. [read more]


Industrial Hygiene Being Case Study

… The technicians will have to inform me of the types of gases they have positively identified from the samples they have collected. The environmental manager must let me know of the integrity of the structure and the dangers that the identified gases and chemicals pose to the environment and how best to handle them. The safety supervisor must regularly update me on the safety levels and if anything needs to be done to ensure maximum safety, he must also take stock of the safety of each team member going in and coming out of the building.

The delegation of duties will be done strictly under the leadership of the technicians and the specialists that are available. For instance when it comes to the process neutralizing…. [read more]


Decision Case Study

… The latter might not be required because all three employees are specialists in positions that are often transient, where new opportunities are not particularly hard to come by. Thus, a severance package in accordance with time served will be sufficient -- this is a layoff, not a firing.

Post-Termination Litigation

It is unlikely that either Williams or Price would engage in post-termination litigation. Williams is not likely to sue for being fired on account of being Asian since the case would be quite weak. Price probably has no case, and certainly not under federal law. Both of these employees performed well enough to continue, but their specialties are often subject to contract work and project work. When projects end, so do positions and this is…. [read more]


Domestic Architecture in Ancient Pompeii Term Paper

… Additionally, ceiling beams were also painted, gilded, or inlaid with ivory and the floors were paved in stone or fine mosaic. All historians have generally agreed on the ideology on the division of Pompeian mural painting into four styles based on stylistic variations each having its own specific characteristics. All four styles remained in use concurrently with specific styles chosen for specific rooms. Each of these styles can be defined by the architectural function of the wall it decorates.

The wall paintings of the Roman villas are almost as intact as they were when they were created all those centuries ago. Such wall paintings were part of a life-style, important expressions of Roman culture and a reflection of the values of the period. According to…. [read more]


Hedge Fund Management Technics Research Proposal

… Hedge Fund Management Technique, the title for this thesis/Capstone, denotes the realm of research this study presents.

Point

HEDGE FUND Management TECHNIQUES

"...even the most promising hedge fund can fail."

Potential Profit "Promises"

Hedge funds "could make money [even] if stock, bond, commodity, and currency prices fell," however, as the introductory quote for this thesis/Capstone contends: "...even the most promising hedge fund can fail."

Initially, as techniques implemented were able to invest in ways that could make money even when stock, bond, commodity, and currency prices fell, the "promises" of hedge funds captivated investors' interest, who perceived hedge funds as a means to protect their money by "hedging" long-term stock investments' risks. Mutual funds' techniques, on the other hand, which invested solely in stocks and…. [read more]


Creating a Police Department Capstone Project

… Silver Spring Police Department

[Sealed proposals for Implementing a police department in Silver Springs, FL. Silver Springs Police Departments shall be received at Silver Springs Police Department, c/o Jessica Johnson at One North Avenue until date and time specified in the RFP and/or Silver Springs Police Department web site ( http://www.silverspringtwp-pa.gov/police.cfm)]

Request for Proposal

SILVER SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT

About Silver Springs Police Department

Our Mission and Values

Silver Spring Police Department Organizational Chart

Chain of Command

Enforcement of code Ethics

Chief of Police

Bureau of Field Operations

Bureau of Administration

Bureau of Investigation

Community Relations Division

Major Crimes Division

Force Investigation Division

Internal Audits and Inspections Division

Planning and Research Division

Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations Bureau (CTSOB)

Risk Management Division

Fiscal Division

Sworn Positions to…. [read more]


Age Discrimination the Face of American Workforce Term Paper

… Age Discrimination

The face of American workforce is undergoing a rapid transformation-it is no longer dominated by whites or males or composed of people under 40. The scene is changing on the workforce structure front and that is what calls for changes in other areas of organizations as well. American corporate world needs to wake up to the changes that have been observed by many studies and researches. These changes must be adapted to before they create massive problems for the corporate world in the United States. With people from diverse ethnic and social backgrounds with different age groups entering the workforce, corporate world needs to make adequate changes in its various policies to embrace the changing face of the workforce and to be able…. [read more]


Censorship in Music Term Paper

… The Spanish-born Pablo Casals (1876-1973), who enjoyed a spectacular international career as a violin and cello virtuoso and conductor, was considered to be one of the finest musicians of his day. However, he had a rather harsh assessment of rock and roll in the early 1960s, one that should be viewed through the filter of a person whose life was devoted to European fine-art music.

You want to know what I think of that abomination, rock 'n' roll? I think it is a disgrace. Poison put to sound! When I hear it I feel very sad not only for music but for the people who are addicted to it. I am also very sorry for America-- that such a great country should have nothing better…. [read more]


American Foreign Policy Analysis of the Middle East From the President's Perspective Essay

… American foreign policy as it manifests itself in the Middle East has long been a struggle. The last few decades have demonstrated America's attempts at finding allies and the challenges of controlling the area. After a tremendous amount of analysis and assessment, the best methods to be taken in this particular area are ones of strategic humanitarian action and development. As this paper will demonstrate, much of the discord of the area is directly connected to the fact that it's so impoverished and disadvantaged. Helping the Middle East and building where other governments would blow up, is the best way to develop the area. Such actions not only help develop the global economy, but they help to stabilize America' footing in the rest of the…. [read more]


Law Enforcement Plan a Proactive Business Plan

… Barriers should be set up, like fences, locked gates, a single entrance and exit. They tend to discourage intruders. Dark areas and spaces should be lighted to discourage unwanted movement. Outdoor lighting and lighting with motion detector at night should be tried. And build stable relationships within the organization. There is safety in numbers, as they say. One such relationship is with the police. Police departments are usually willing to inspect the premises for suspicious areas, which need to be secured. Participation in some local citizen council, consisting of various law enforcement groups, hospitals and fire departments are part of a strong preparedness program. This link with these groups is especially helpful if the business is subject to security and environmental disasters (Bell).

Certain questions…. [read more]


Michelle Violates the Company's Policy Essay

… For example I particularly remember this one case when a colleague was found in possession of marijuana and everyone just went berserk. It was later found that she had a medical reason for using marijuana and her culture saw this as a therapeutic substance and not as an illegal drug. We did react the way we would normally do in any other case of illegal drug possession but now that I think of how cultural beliefs play a role in our lives, I wonder if we would have behaved differently if we had known what we know now. I understand that culture doesn't allow anyone to use anything that is considered illegal, but had to been more sensitive to cultural beliefs and differences, we could…. [read more]


Finances Critical Book Reviews "America's Oligarchy" Johnson Book Review

… Finances

Critical Book Reviews

"America's Oligarchy"

Johnson, Simon., & Kwak, James. (2010). The wall street takeover and the next financial Meltdown. New York: Pantheon Books.

Paperback: $15.95

ISBN: 030747660X

Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

Simon Johnson is one of the most frequently cited economists of the 21st century and was considered a "go to guy" during the recent economic meltdown. Simon Johnson, previously the chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, Professor of Entrepreneurship at MIT, and author of the controversial "The Quiet Coup."

Johnson and Kwak's, "The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown" asserts that Washington has and will accede to the vested interests of an unbridled financial sector that runs up profits in good years and dumps its losses on taxpayers in…. [read more]


Leadership Within the Movie Research Paper

… All supervisors are responsible for ensuring that their followers are equipped to handle the situations in which they are placed. Due to the tremendous odds in manpower that Moore's cadre faced, his training for this particular mission was inadequate. In one scene Moore tells his men that "We'll be landing under fire, gentlemen." Such a statement is actually an egregious understatement, in much the same way that the training Moore provided for his men was insufficient for the extremely difficult odds they faced -- which may have reflected a larger decision on the part of his government (Arnold, 2002).

The scene in which I would have reacted quite differently than the way that Moore does in the film comes near the end, after the fighting…. [read more]


Construction Management Construction Sites Essay

… Illegal Occupation (covers the cost to enhance security for a government entity, remove illegal occupants, and pay for expenses due to the resulting delays in construction);

Flood and Earthquake (covers direct physical loss or damage to the project caused by flood, surface water, or earthquake/earth movement);

Soft Costs (covers extra expenses or loss of income due to direct damage to the project).

The use of insurance should be balanced with self-funding in the form of deductibles or self-insured retentions. Builders risk premium costs must be weighed against the benefit or likelihood of loss (Agron 1998, pp.267). Other essential coverage areas for consideration include: liability for worker injury and workman's compensation; liability and collision for automotive equipment; damage to temporary props and slip forms; excess liability…. [read more]


Risk Minimization and Loss Prevention in Small Term Paper

… Risk Minimization and Loss Prevention in Small Business in the Post-9/11 ERA

Chapter 1, Introduction,

Chapter 2, Literature Review,

Chapter 3, Methodology,

Chapter 4, Data Analysis,

Chapter 5, Summary, Recommendations and Conclusions,

Small businesses face the same risks, in many instances, as do major corporations. For instance, both small businesses and major corporations face turnover, competition, fluctuating market demands, a volatile economy, bad business decisions and many other risks associated with entering the market place with a particular product, whether it be goods or services,

However, because of their size, small businesses are particularly vulnerable to certain types of losses and risks -- and also because of their smaller size and stature, the loss in revenue or profits is much more deeply felt in small…. [read more]


Personal Financial Management Term Paper

… Financial Planning

Charting the Course: Planning for Life after College

It has frequently been said that the end of college is not an end at all, but is rather the beginning of life's journey. Because life is a journey rather than a race, it is important to make some plans ahead of time so the path is known and the destination understood to the extent possible in advance. When most people set out on a journey to destinations unknown, they usually secure a map ahead of time to avoid getting lost. Likewise, a map of an individual's life journey can help a person stay on course and avoid the pitfalls that await the unwary along life's roads; however, in some cases, there is no real…. [read more]


Hangar Space a Physical Plant Term Paper

… Hangar Space - a Physical Plant

Hangar Space

Airport Facilities - Planning Hangar construction

The airports and the concepts regarding airport planning and construction have undergone vast changes. These relate to changes in technology, changes in demand, type of aircraft, passenger requirement, and service requirements and so on. A change in the wing span of an aircraft requires remodeling many things, from runways to hangars and equipments. On account of the competitive nature of the industry and the changing ways of usage, the planning of airports and facilities has undergone vast changes to suit the times. For example design of an airport to day has become more approach oriented that is the accessibility of the passengers to the airport is the critical issue. Developing airports…. [read more]


Redefining Health and Safety in Educational Institutions in the Republic of Mauritius Research Proposal

… ¶ … Republic of Mauritius has progressed rapidly in some areas of economic and social development over recent years, there are still areas that have been failed to be addressed sufficiently as this study will demonstrate. This study is qualitative in nature having been conducted through an extension review of literature. Findings in this study include the fact that The Republic of Maritius has implemented health and safety regulations in schools and that this includes an operational food control system for ensuring health protection of consumers and that the food control system has four primary components and specifically those of: (1) food legislation; (2) the administration; (3) the enforcement; and (4) the supporting bodies. (Subratty, Chan, and Kassean, 2008) It is related in the work…. [read more]


Ecological Environmental Impact Term Paper

… Global Warming and Its Effects on the Ecosystem

Studies have shown that human activities like burning of fossil fuels and deforestation have a great impact on our planet, causing emissions of greenhouse gases and determining changes in the climate system: heat waves, increases in rainfall, increase in intensity of many extreme climate events, ice melting at Earth's poles. These phenomenons are part of the global warming process, an important environmental problem that our planet has to face.

In the last years our planet is facing an increase in the average temperature and specialists and researchers consider that the global warming phenomenon will continue as long as people will not change their way of life.

The impact that global warming has on human communities and ecosystems…. [read more]


Insurance Fraud After Tax Evasion Term Paper

… The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates that healthcare fraud itself cost Americans about $54 billion dollars annually. More than one third of the people hurt in auto accidents exaggerate their claims so as to obtain additional and higher compensations from the insurance company.

Research into insurance fraud shows that certain types of insurance are more vulnerable to fraud than others: Health care, workers-compensation and auto insurance are sectors considered the most vulnerable. Fraud is also more prevalent during an economic recession than when the economy is doing well and the financial markets are on an upswing.

National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) noted that, historically, there have been increases in the number of fraudulent claims reported after a major disaster -- natural or man-made. For example,…. [read more]


Sarbanes-oxley. The Political Pressure Term Paper

… And last of all, the Securities and Exchange Commission was established.

The law was often referred to as the "truth in securities" law. According to the SEC's web site, the Securities Act of 1933 has two basic objectives:

require that investors receive financial and other significant information concerning securities being offered for public sale; and prohibit deceit, misrepresentations, and other fraud in the sale of securities.

This act was partly authored, ironically, by Joseph Kennedy, who was considered an expert in that he had made much of his money illegitimately through the sale of liquor. Although regulation enjoyed broad-based support, it had its opponents. The most prominent among them was the president of the New York Stock Exchange. However, he was soon silenced when it…. [read more]


flows of freight have of late Essay

… ¶ … flows of freight have of late been a critical element of the modern changes in the financial and economic systems at the local, regional and global scales. Looking at these changes one must only do so at quantitative, structural, and operational levels. Structural changes largely entail manufacturing systems with their production geography, while operational changes largely involve freight transportation and its distribution geography. Thus, the key question not only involves the nature, and movements of freights, but also the manner in which this freight is moving (Hesse & Rodrigue, 2004).

The multifaceted perspectives of friction in view of modern supply chain management involve a number of factors. Hesse and Rodrigue (2004) noted that transport expenses, the intricacies of the supply chain, the physical…. [read more]


Viability of Coconut Production and Trade Dissertation

… Viability of Coconut Production and Trade in the Philippines

FEASIBILITY AND PROFITABILITY

Summary of Findings, Conclusion and Recommendations

Many decades past, the Philippine economy was largely dependent on agriculture

(Albert 2013). It gradually became less and less dependent from a third at 29.7% in 1946 to only 11.1% in 2012. The 2011 Gross Regional Domestic Product reported that Central Luzon or Region 3 and IVA or CALABARZON are the top contributors to the sector at 13.8% and 9.5%, respectively. Of the regions, agriculture has the largest share in the economy of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao or ARMM. This region also has one of the highest poverty levels at 45.9% as of 2009 (Albert).

The Philippine Coconut Authority (2014), the sole government agency responsible…. [read more]

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