You and Office Safety! is the most hilarious video on Office Safety you will watch! Made in the 1950s, this film is perfect as an eye-catching ice-breaker when delivering office safety training. Although the fashions have long-gone, and some of the behaviours in the workplace have changed, this program still addresses the following topics which are just as relevant today as when You and Office Safety! was made: •Good Housekeeping •Slips, Trips and Falls •Manual Handling •Electrical Hazards •Fire Safety •Correct use of Office Furniture •Being Responsible for your Actions Its easy to consider the office a perfectly safe work environment, and forget about the hazards that can exist. Just because you work in an office, it doesnt mean you shouldnt be concerned for your own health and safety, and that of your colleagues. Copyright Safetycare For funny and serious Safety Videos and DVDs – go to www.safetycare.com
Norfolk City Council’s Work Session for June 7, 2011 Priority Setting Session Current Council Priorities: Community Building Education Public Accountability Economic Development Public Safety Regional PartnershipSee the most current formal agenda online here: www.norfolk.gov See previous formal meeting minutes here: www.norfolk.gov See previous informal / work session minutes here: www.norfolk.gov City Council and Clerk’s office contact phone # list is here (where residents can comment): www.norfolk.gov
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I have to write a research paper on this particular topic and I have come up with Growing their own food, recycling extra made food to other prisons/ or as feed for livestock in local farms (this is actually how Norway’s prison works). Water conservationa and limiting the amount of flushes to a reasonable amount per day, lets say 6 flushes.
I’ve tried to consider “going green” but many of these potential energy saving options can be costly in the beginning, and although they are meant to reduce costs “over time, ” I cannot include this approach in my research b/c I have to reduce costs.
Any ideas from all you clever cats would be greatly appreciated.
Great answers guys but how can I cut costs focusing at the heart of prisons. Abolishing the extremely racist ” war on drugs” which targets both minorities and indigent members of society would be huge and I would love to go on a tangent about that (perhaps my next paper!), but I don’t think I can use it with this topic. The tv’s and wasted paper examples are perfect, and any information abouts the resources used inside prisons is what I am trying to obtain.
As for the social programs, have you heard of any state or federally funded ones? I really do believe some prisoners need more help than just incapacitation, and I could include this if these services (probably a longshot!) were free lol.
Thanks again everyone… Have a lovely day
I was having an argument with my boyfriend over some of these topics, can you guys give me facts about it?
What unit of government can enact regulations about construction and use of sidewalks?
What unit of government can enact regulations about layout and construction of county roads?
What unit of government can enact regulations about safety on highways?
What unit of government can enact regulations about license the sale of intoxicating liquors?
What unit of government can enact regulations about license teachers in public schools?
What unit of government can enact regulations about provide fire protection?
What unit of government can enact regulations about protect property from theft or burglary?
What unit of government can enact regulations about coin money and control the issuing of paper money?
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