- If you are designing a system safety program plan for one of your organization’s work systems, describe the work system and the hazards that you anticipate needing to address within the plan.
If you elected to design a plan for the bulk tank railcar off-loading facility for hydrocarbon products, describe the work system and the hazards that you anticipate needing to address within the plan. (150 WORDS)
- Discuss in detail the quantitative risk evaluation technique, including both cut-set probabilities of system failure and the economics management theory equation of expected values. (300 WORDs)
- Describe in detail the eight-step risk assessment methodology. (300 WORDS)
The optic nerve then transports the signals from the retina to the thalamus which in turn forward the signal to the visual cortex at the back of the occipital lobe (situated at the back of the head). As depicted by Figure X Here the processing of colour, shape and motion is done and sight is perceived. Figure 3: Visual Process from the Retina to the Perception of Color, Shape and Motion The thalamus is situated at the heart of the brain and it is the brain’s sensory switchboard located at the brainstem (responsible for automatic survival functions). It directs messages to the sensory receiving areas in the cortex and transmits replies to the cerebellum (that helps coordinate voluntary movement and balance) and the medulla (that controls the heartbeat and breathing). Different tools captures different responses and most of the time combining more than one tool together will provide better and more insightful results. The following table analysis neuromarketing techniques. BLABLABLA GENCO. The two most relevant tools for this research are the EEG and Eye Tracking. Electroencephalography (EEG) is a ‘noninvasive and silent technology that’s directly sensitive to neuronal activity’ (Genco et al. 2013, p. 263). It measures electrical activity in the localised areas of the brain where electrodes (i.e. a conductor through which electricity enters or leaves an object, substance, or region) are attached to the scalp. One of the possible EEG’s analyses is the ‘brain-wave frequency analysis’ (Genco et al. 2013, p.263). The brain can detect such frequencies in cycles per second using the units’ hertz (Hz). The author explains that th>GET ANSWER