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Environmental Management(1)
@2010IntroductionEnvironmental management involves the management of the surrounding together with all the bio-physical components both living and non-living, thus the relationship between the living species and their habitant should be of mutual…
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Reflect On And Analyse Your Experience Of Working With Risk In An Inter-professional Context
@2010My experience of working within an inter-professional context in the evaluation of the aspect of risk was based on the experience of adults with disabilities. The objective of my analysis as a social worker, as will be highlighted by this…
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Environmental Management
Environmental ManagementIntroductionThe severe flooding that affected Sheffield following two spells of heavy rainfall affected people, their homes and businesses in an extremely negative way. Thousands of properties were destroyed across the city…
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Environmental Management
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSSheffield Flooding – June 24-25, 2007IntroductionThe June 2007 Sheffield flooding incident was primarily caused by extremely heavy rainfall which displaced a significant number of people, destroyed valuable properties,…
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Environmental Management
IntroductionEnvironmental management can be described as the process that consists of: a) acknowledgment of environmental problems; b) appearance of public consciousness and political obligation to deal with these problems; c) design of environmental…
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Environmental Management
Environmental Management Global warming had precipitated to the current climate change. Consequently, climate change produced floods and other new and rare natural calamities in unexpected places and time periods. In June 2007, Sheffield City…
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Environmental Management
10th July, 2010OutlineIn June 2007 Sheffield experienced two spells of exceptionally heavy rainfall. This resulted in unprecedented events in the City and the evacuation of a number of properties and people. It caused significant financial losses and…
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Environmental Management
@2010IntroductionFlooding takes place in the areas with floodplains that are fed by several rivers. This occurs whenever the water capacity paths get extremely high due to high amount of rainfall. The study discusses the major causes and destructions…
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Environmental Management
@2010Environmental managementIntroduction Environmental management involves protection and management of every component of biophysical environment including both abiotic and biotic things from disasters that may directly or indirectly affect their…
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Community Safety
COMMUNITY SAFETYEffective and robust strategy to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities because of domestic fires in multi-occupancy high-rise buildingINTRODUCTION“Fire is a disaster that everyone fears most” (Horwitz 2002, p.228) but most…
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Risk Management
IntroductionRisk management is a plan approach of identifying and maximizing or controlling the potential risk hazards. It involves some policies, practices or processes which are applied together to easily identify, examine and monitor the risks.…
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Managing Resources
IntroductionManagement is the process of ensuring the organization’s objectives are attained efficiently. In any changing environment, management is achieved through the balance of effectiveness, equity, and efficiency. It also involves achieving…
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Case Study - Nursing
Outline three (3) priority nursing problems (nursing diagnoses) for Mr Clark’s diagnosis of acute ischaemic stroke, providing a rationale for each priority problem. In order to understand the priority nursing problems the nurse should first collect…
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Managing Resources
CHILD FIRE SAFETY AWARENESSManaging resources effectivelyIntroductionFire prevention programmes is always at the heart of the Fire and Rescue Service work thus development of effective partnership programmes within communities is a major concern for…
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Managing Resources
About 14% of fire incidents in UK in 2007 occurred at home which has seen a significant decline compared to the 2006 statistics (DCLG, 2007). More than 80% of dwelling fires are accidental and the primary source of ignition is unattended cooking…
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Managing Resources
@20101. Project title: Child fire safety awareness2. Introduction Considering this project, young children in primary schools need to be informed of dangers associated with fire. They need to be made aware of how they can help themselves incase of…
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Managing Resources
10th July, 2010IntroductionFire safety management is not only about responses to emergency calls about fires and dealing with the fires. It also entails prevention of fire cases and saving lives. In order to save lives, the people have to aware of…
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Managing Resources
IntroductionThe managing nature is variable and it is associated with all of organization activities (Edward 1986). Therefore, management is carried out in all of organization levels because it is not discrete or separate function. A firm cannot…
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Managing Resources
Managing ResourcesHaving been appointed to implement a project that aims at improving fire safety awareness among children of primary school age, my first main responsibility before identifying the human resources management and resource management…
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Managing Resources
@2010Project Title: Child fire safety awarenessIntroduction Child fire safety awareness strategy is a project aimed at enhancing fire and safety awareness amongst young children of primary school age of Cambridge. The project is aimed at facilitating…
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Maniging Resurce
IntroductionAccording to Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (2005, p. 43), Resource management is a way of utilizing human and physical resources in an organization in an effective and efficient way. Resource management is extremely crucial in any…
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Enclosure Fire Dynamics
Analysis of thermal explosion in a vessel with cold walls, including the mechanism of self-accelerating reaction and the nature of induction period?The mechanism of thermal explosion in a vessel with cold walls, including the self-acceleration and…
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Environmental Management
IntroductionSheffield, lying at the plain where three fast flowing rivers Don, the Loxley and Sheaf combine, suffered more than average persistent rain fall in June and early July of the year 2007. “Over 90mm of rain fell over Sheffield in 48 hours…
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Fire Enclosure Dynamics
Analyse thermal explosion in a vessel with cold walls, including the mechanism of self-accelerating reaction and nature of induction period?Thermal explosion in a vessel with cold walls has been analysed by researchers in the past. This includes the…
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Fire Enclosure Dynamics
16July, 2010.Question 1: thermal explosionA stoichiometric mixture exists when there is exactly the minimum amount of air required to completely react with the fuel. It is in these proportions that the reaction will be most efficient and the…
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