Hazard Analysis Your boss has asked you to investigate these operations and tasks that he feels have a significant potential for injury in the manufacturing plant: 1. Operating electric forklifts in narrow aisles. 2. Repairing the hydraulic system on the gas-powered forklift. 3. Operating the large sheet metal shear. For each of the three tasks, do the following: Identify a minimum of two (or three) hazards of the operation and the injuries that could result from exposure to them. Determine the control measures that would eliminate the identified hazards or reduce the risk (severity and/or probability) of injury. Be sure to consider all levels in the hierarchy of controls. Analyze the effectiveness of each control measure by assessing the risks before and after the control is implemented. Provide your recommendations for which control measures should be implemented and why you chose them.
The life of a celebrity compared to an average person’s life is very different. A rich person lives a more luxuries lifestyle than the average person does. The average person usually only owns a single home where as someone of wealth may own several homes. The normal person is not as fortunate as someone who is rich and can sometimes be envious of what the elite own. The average salary for a middle class family is $60,000 to $85,000 the minimum amount of money you need to live a comfortable lifestyle these days is around $50,000. In order to be considered wealthy it is over a million dollars and with that amount of money you can buy almost anything you want and never have to work again, that is if you are careful with your finances. A rich celebrity on television usually owns a couple of luxurious homes all over the world that’s why we get excited watching them on television and showing all that they own. We, as the viewers, are interested to see what the rich have spent their money on. While we are also jeal>GET ANSWER