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Another method is summarising.As stated by Driscoll and Brizee (2013), summarizing involves putting the main ideas into your own sentences, including only the main points. Once again, it is important to noted the summarized ideas to the original main points. Summarising is actually a shortened and a compressed statement of a long text that gives overview and cover the author’s whole ideas. It gives out theoutline of the main point summaries are somewhat shorter than the original and take a broad overview of the sources. Used with longer texts, the main aim of summarising is to reduce or condense a text to it's most influential ideas. Summarising is a helpful skill for in lectures making notes from readings and, writing an synopsis of material in assignments (“What is a summary, n.d).
A 50 year-old male supervisor in a fruit packing plant sustained a compound fracture of the right forearm after his arm got caught in a conveyor belt roller.
One of the supervisor’s responsibilities was to start the conveyor lines prior to the packing crews arriving at 7:30 a.m. When he arrived to work at 7:00 a.m., he started several conveyors to ensure they were operating correctly.
One conveyor system had a section where leaves and twigs accumulated from the previous day’s processing of fruit. To ensure this would not cause any problems during the day, he went to this section of the conveyor to clean it. As he reached in to clear the debris, his right arm was caught between the running conveyor belt and an unpowered roller. The “nip point” caught the supervisor’s clothing, pulling his arm around the rotating roller. The supervisor cannot recall how his arm got caught in the roller. Unfortunately, no safety guard was in place at the time of the injury.
Fellow employees, hearing his screams, turned the machine off and cut the conveyor belt to extract his arm. The supervisor underwent emergency surgery to install plates in his forearm to help the bones heal. It’s expected to take over a year for his arm to heal so he can return to his normal job.
It is the policy of Eastern & Oriental Hotel to conduct all operations in a responsible manner, free from recognized hazards and to respect the health and safety of our employees, guests, patrons, contractors, vendors, suppliers and the general public
In achieving these,
1 . we will ensure all issues pertaining to Occupational Safety and Health will be given priority
2. we will ensure, a strong commitment towards providing a safe and healthy work environment for all employees and ensure that safety will not be compromised at all.
3. We will ensure proper information, instruction, training and adequate funding is provided for the benefit of the individual as well as co-workers.
4. we will ensure strict compliance with all applicable safety and health rules and regulations in accordance with national laws and practices.
5. We will foster and develop a “SAFE WORKING CULTURE” as our core value.
As an integral part of meeting the objectives of this policy, we hereby urge all our employees and any other person directly or indirectly involved in our business to give their continuous and fervent cooperation
There are two principal types, either the curtain type,which will snap shut upon receiving a signal (then requiring manually resetting), or the motorized type that can be openedor shut by use of an actuator. They normally have a minimum 4 hour fire rating.27 1900 SERIES SUDE
On-demand self-service: A consumer with an instantaneous
need at a particular timeslot can avail computing resources
(such as CPU time, network storage, software use, and so forth)
in an automatic (i.e. convenient, self-serve) fashion without
resorting to human interactions with providers of these
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