[SOLVED] Risk Matrices

We learned about risk matrices in Week 1 and practice them as a group.  Now for this assignment, you are to make two 3×3 qualitative risk matrices for two aspects of your life. Please articulate the axis of likelihood and consequence or hazard and exposure, depending upon the specific risk analysis you are doing. That is, how did you determine the hazard or consequence and the likelihood or exposure.  Make sure to use the more accurate term for the specific risk you are assessing. You can use these life aspects from mine: Driving to work and I survey hazardous materials (asbestos or mercury). Do not need to be restricted to these two aspects. Feel free to change the life aspects a little bit that works for the paper.  Grading breakdown is as follows: Clear 3×3 matrix for one aspect of your life with clarity of axis and specific examples that shows low, medium, and high risk. (40 points possible) Clear 3×3 matrix for another aspect of your life with clarity of axis and specific examples that shows low, medium, and high risk. (40 points possible) Which of the two risks are you most concerned about and why? (10 points possible) Discussion of any biases that did interfere or might interfere with this risk analysis. (10 points possible) Resources: I am attaching lecture material from week 1.  Useful links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-E-jfcoR2W0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNgrKQo0gMg

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[SOLVED] Climate Change Mitigation

Define the term thoroughly, in your own words. Explain the importance of the term using evidence. Discuss how the term affects living things and the physical world. Suggest two specific actions that can be taken to promote environmental sustainability in relation to the term. Explain exactly how those actions will aid in safeguarding our environment in relation to your chosen term. Provide detailed examples to support your ideas. The Sustainable Living Guide Contributions: Sustaining Our Atmosphere and Climate paper Must be a minimum of three paragraphs in length (not including title, any quoted text, or references) and formatted according to APA Style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center’s APA Formatting for Word 2013  (Links to an external site.) Must utilize academic voice. See the Academic Voice  (Links to an external site.)  resource for additional guidance. Must use at least two scholarly sources in addition to the course text. To receive optimal credit, use at least one scholarly source from a

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[SOLVED] Professional Reflection Overview

In this session, you have worked to develop foundational transferable skills in critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, teamwork, and communication. All of these skills will support your educational and professional development as you move forward. To complete the session, you will reflect on the connection between the skills developed this session and future career goals. This week, you will prepare a two-page self-reflective essay that considers the following questions. What are the career goals (my goal is to do my own real estate and trending business “import-export”.) that you have established as you complete your program of study? How do the goals and learning outcomes of the course compliment your career goals? What are some of the skills developed and enforced in this course that you will be able to transfer to your career? How do these skills support the development of communication competence, critical thinking, and problem-solving? What are some of the ways you will continue to develop these skills in your career path as part of your professional development and lifelong learning goals?

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[SOLVED] Environmental Impacts 

I will need a list of references by Monday, August 31 The topic is  the Environmental Impacts and Challenges associated with the Use of solid distillation systems in waste recycling and wanting to analyze the why, why not and if it’s feasible, acceptable and if it impacts the health and safety of local residents. This is not a topic we have often (or similar ones) – so it will be fresh to me to review as well. Your topic is approved though you need to more greatly refine the scope/direction of the topic/research and make sure that your approach isn’t just show and tell or identical to the other students. As a topic while it has been chosen occasionally it hasn’t been done so to as great of an extent as many of the other topics or as well as some-often just a poor show and tell sort of effort without any depth of analysis or content. This topic should consist of  how why it works , should we or shouldn’t we be using the process, the possibility/risks of environmental impacts or unintended consequences of why/what, what might be done to mitigate the effects, are there methods that effect or impact in one way but if we do XYZ it doesnt, etc,, why ABC action should or shouldn’t be done and the facts and science behind it are they possible, feasible suitable solutions to try and impact/change the outcomes of using it?

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[SOLVED] Organizational Audit

Instructions Conduct an audit of the following safety management system elements at your organization or an organization with which you are familiar and have access to the required information: SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ELEMENTS ANSI/AIHA Z10 SECTIONS COURSE TEXTBOOK CHAPTERS 1. Occupational Health and Safety Management System 3.1.1 8 2. Occupational Health and Safety Policy 3.1.2 8 3. Responsibility and Authority 3.1.3 8 4. Employee Participation 3.2 8 5. Review Process, Assessment, and Prioritization 4.1, 4.2 9 6. Risk Assessment 5.1.1 11 7. Hierarchy of Controls 5.1.2 14 8. Design Review 5.1.3 15 9. Management of Change 5.1.3 19 10. Procurement 5.1.4 20 11. Monitoring and Measurement 6.1 21 12. Incident Investigation 6.2 22 13. Audits 6.3 23 14. Corrective and Preventive Actions 6.4 23 15. Feedback to the Planning Process 6.5 23 16. Management Review 7.1, 7.2 24 Below, you will find some suggested sources for the objective evidence to support your evaluation: Documents: Organizational safety manuals and instructions, safe operating procedures, and job hazard analyses Records: E-mails or letters from management to employees, safety meeting minutes, mishap logs, audit reports, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) citations, inspection reports, risk assessments, and training records Interviews: Management personnel, supervisors, and employees Observation: Walk through some workplaces to observe conditions for yourself. For each management system element, discuss the objective evidence you found or were unable to find. Evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s implementation of each element against available reference sources and best practice information. Use the following four-tier evaluation scheme to rate each element: World Class: OHS performance Strong: Conforming/complete, may have minor gaps with action plans Moderate: Scattered non-conformances need to be addressed, positive trends/major elements in place Limited: Multiple or significant systemic non-conformances exist. Appropriate references include the course textbook; textbooks from other college-level courses; ANSI/AIHA Z10-2012; other published consensus standards like ANSI, ASSE, AIHA, ISO, and NFPA; OSHA standards and voluntary guidelines; and articles published in professional journals. Blogs, Wikipedia, About.com, Ask.com, and other unmonitored Internet resources are not considered scholarly references and should not be used. Please contact your professor if you have any questions about the appropriateness of a source. If an element is found to be less than World Class, provide recommendations for improvement. Be sure to use appropriate scholarly sources to support your recommendations. Provide a summary of the overall status of the organization’s safety management system, and comment on the degree of alignment between the safety management system and other management system efforts utilized at the facility. The Unit VIII Course Project must be a minimum of seven pages and a maximum of 10 pages in length, not including the title and reference pages. A minimum of five professional sources must be use

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[SOLVED] Water Scarcity

Reflections can be completed as a written assignment (1 page, double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font) or a video response (using the Canvas video recording tool, 4 minutes of monologue, PowerPoint optional.) These should be thoughtful analyses of the issues covered by the readings/videos/playlists assigned for the week, and should discuss the contrasting perspectives presented. First Week Reflections should be submitted here but also be posted in the Week 1 Discussion by Wednesday. Responses to the discussion are due Sunday. Week 1 Reflection Guidance: Part 1: Of the three issues we plan to cover in this course, which of these do you believe is the most pressing for human well-being? Which system produces the most vulnerabilities to impacts from climate change in the United States? In the world? Be sure to use at least 2 citations (in APA format) to support your assertions. Part 2: Sign up for free accounts on the FederalRegister.gov and Congress.gov websites. Search for a piece of legislation AND one piece of regulation that have been introduced/proposed since November 2018 and are relevant to your most pressing issue. Submit .pdfs of the `legislation and regulation on Canvas. No need to write up anything about these — just submit! Part 3: Take a few minutes to react to the video on the Dust Bowl. Explain what the Dust Bowl was, when it happened, and speculate about why I might have asked you to watch this as an introduction to the course. Rubric Week 1 Assignment: Introductory Reflection Week 1 Assignment: Introductory Reflection Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Issue Identification Issues related to energy, water scarcity, and waste are accurately identified and described. Vulnerabilities created by each issue are clearly and accurately identified. 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Persuasive Argument for Importance The assertion that one of these issues is the most pressing for human well-being is faithfully and persuasively presented. 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Citations At least two (2) citations are appropriately used and in correct APA format. 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Legislation Selection Legislation or regulation chosen is of clear relevance to the course topics. 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Speculation on Dust Bowl Video Thoughts are clearly presented and insightful. 5.0 pts

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[SOLVED] Challenges associated with the Use of solid distillation systems

The topic is  the Environmental Impacts and Challenges associated with the Use of solid distillation systems in waste recycling and wanting to analyze the why, why not and if it’s feasible, acceptable and if it impacts the health and safety of local residents. This is not a topic we have often (or similar ones) – so it will be fresh to me to review as well. Your topic is approved though you need to more greatly refine the scope/direction of the topic/research and make sure that your approach isn’t just show and tell or identical to the other students. As a topic while it has been chosen occasionally it hasn’t been done so to as great of an extent as many of the other topics or as well as some-often just a poor show and tell sort of effort without any depth of analysis or content. This topic should consist of  how why it works , should we or shouldn’t we be using the process, the possibility/risks of environmental impacts or unintended consequences of why/what, what might be done to mitigate the effects, are there methods that effect or impact in one way but if we do XYZ it doesnt, etc,, why ABC action should or shouldn’t be done and the facts and science behind it are they possible, feasible suitable solutions to try and impact/change the outcomes of using it?

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[SOLVED] Environment Science

Please write three articles based on the following three questions. Write one page per article. Each question corresponds to an article. (expect 200-300 words): 1) Ecological Footprint Calculation. Calculate your individual ecological footprint. Describe the major contributors of your lifestyle to your ecological footprint. What can you do to reduce your footprint? 2) Pick an ecosystem (eg hydrothermal vent, temperate forest, Arctic tundra, semi-arid desert, etc.). Describe the abiotic and biotic components that make it unique from other ecosystems. What could you measure that would indicate the “health” of this ecosystem as the climate changes. 3) Describe an “environmental success story”, a case study of an area/resource/system that has recovered. Describe the increased ecosystem goods and services that are once again provided to society that were not existent in its degraded state.

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[SOLVED] Sustainability and Environment Pollution

Abstract :  With the Present Global Pollution its necessary to reduce the Plastic usage to protect the Environment. Plastics mainly act as pollutants and are categorized into micro-, meso- or macro debris based on the size. Plastic pollution is very serious issue in the word now a day. Plastic pollution generally involves the gathering of plastic products in the environment. It affects wildlife, wildlife habitat, aquatic culture or humans. But all those casual behaviors of human beings make the environment pollute seriously.   Analyse the current usage of plastic and what is the environmental impact Find out the challenges why we need an alternative solution replacing of plastic bags  Identify the benefits and dis-advantages for replacement of plastic bags (paper bags or decomposable materials ) Provide recommendations how we can reduce the plastic usage

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[SOLVED] Particular Implication of the Reading

Responses must be 2-3 pages (500-750 words).  The responses should raise one or two interesting, important questions or points about one or more of the readings for that week, and then discuss the point(s) or question(s) thoughtfully.  For example, a response could focus on, among other things: a particular implication of the reading; a “real world” connection to the reading; connection(s) of the reading to other works or ideas; or perceived inadequacies, problems, omissions, or unexplored areas in the reading.  These responses are not to be summaries of the readings, but rather your informed reaction to, discussion, and evaluation of significant points or ideas presented in the readings.

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