"Betty." Is noted for his yarns on speech days. Our
famous half mile man. (It is a half mile from school to
the Sheep Store.)
Sophomore yell master, first semester. School yell master.
Our leader in school activities....
Lerin Porter--$135,000. Decision to reject all bids. Mayor Whetten was authorized to t r y to negotiate the sale [ f o r more money) . Feb. 5, 1970.. .Joseph Zitting requests that the City approve a State Mini-Bottle Store in connection with the...
Letitia Newcomb Johanna Palmer Elisabeth L. Pany Sarah Pugson Eliza Ann Root Elua Shepherdson Christina Sherratt Ann Smith Betsv K. Smith K. ~ a r i a r e t t a Smith Mary Usher Smith Mary Ann Stewart Elisabeth Tait
Mary Ann Thorley Mary Ann...
Lewis Root. Joseph S . Hunter, a n d Kumen Jones to attend Council meeting T h u r s d a y n e x t . April 19. 1877.. .Joseph H. Smith. George H u n t e r , Lehi J o n e s , and George P e r r y J r . appeared a t Council meeting and were informed...
Libby Woodbury, Lucy Fotheringham, Elva Smith, John Grimshaw, William Ash, William and Milton Rogerson, George Woodhouse, Joseph Bakes, George Munford, and all the former male singers of the other chorus. The choir did the singing for all holiday...
Lieutenant Alfonse Castro. Moving fast into Germany, there wasn't time to set up kitchens every day, so it was take a break when you can and prepare your own rations. The small canister is a German gas mask container which GIs found to be good...
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40 hour class. However, this is just one area covered by OSHA regulations. For example, OSHA
standards cover safety areas which include but are not limited to: Fall Protection, Confined
Spaces, Respiratory Protection, and Lock...
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insider as ‘culture’” (p. 128). More broadly, in studying organizational culture, an interpretive
approach is called for. An interpretive approach allows researchers to view truth as subjective
and to stress the...
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culture fundamentally when people come to share a common frame of reference for interpreting
and acting toward one another and the world in which they live. They further explain that the
common frame of reference includes...
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managerial approach to change, safety culture can only change because of leadership. The leader
must understand the values and beliefs of the workers. Carillo (2004), later emphasizes:
Managing, shaping, and creating culture is...
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learning from stories to be safer would be the primary purpose of stories. The Chemical Safety
Board which was created as a national investigative board, tells a video story of each accident
they investigate that resulted in...
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While analyzing the results of the post-interview the researchers concluded that the total
of positive responses decreased to 57 percent from 67 percent in the pre-interviews. Interestingly
enough the number of...
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Many facts were shared in question number three on the interview guide. Researchers
looked at industry averages for recordable injuries found on OSHA’s website to determine
whether or not the number of recordable injuries...
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Question number six had 80 percent of the organizations interviewed responding
positively, which indicated a strong value of the health and safety for workers. This was
disheartening to find out because it reflected a 10 percent...
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This discussion section addresses several key components which include: Importance of
findings, Limitations, Future Research, and Final Thoughts.
Why are the findings important?
Interviewees responded 67 percent...
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pizzas.” Either philosophy however, was noted by researchers will result in positive safety
cultures if the philosophy is executed correctly.
Metaphors really help promote positive safety cultures because they are used to...
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project traveled to 14 states to do training classes for various organizations. This project is very
limited to industries in Utah. There are other industries in other stated that could have been
included in this project.
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In the year 2009, there were a total of 4,340 recorded fatal injuries in the workplace (US
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2009). The statistics show that twelve workers died on the job each
day in the...
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When looking at the big picture, organizations must assess the costs associated with
improving the safety culture and ultimately ask, “Is it worth it?” In 2005, the British Petroleum
(BP) refinery in Texas City, Texas...
Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
light red limestone which we saw for the remainder of the trip. The walls of the canyon were lower, but no less rugged than they had been previously; and our experienced eyes could now more quickly sight the tell-tale talus of an abandoned mine. We...