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EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN EXAMPLE
 
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OSHA Exposure Control Plan Template - Bloodborne Pathogens Course
 
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Snippet from an online OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Course that includes a sample Exposure control plan! Find pdf template at: http://www.amersc.com/osha/pdfs/SampleExposureControlPlan.pdf
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Exposure Control Plan
 
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OSHA , Exposure Control Plan & Personel Protection
 
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Introduction to personal protection in the clinic from blood borne pathogens.
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Construction exposure hazards -- controls and the Exposure Control Plan
 
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Speakers: Anne Jopling, Robin van Driel, Occupational Hygiene Officers, WorkSafe BC November 29, 2013 OEH Seminars
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Exposure Control Plan
 
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Chapter 7
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Silica Exposure Control Plan
 
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A complete Silica Exposure Control Plan for your business. Contains all the requirements required by OSHA for Construction and General Industry. More at: https://www.xosafety.com/products/silica-exposure-control-plan-poster
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How to Get the Perfect Exposure w/ PTZOptics Cameras
 
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In this video, we will discuss how to get the perfect camera exposure with your PTZOptics cameras. Color matching multiple cameras will be covered next week but capturing the ideal exposure with your cameras will go a long way to creating an amazing picture from your cameras. The tools we will demonstrate in this presentation include a Color Checker, Gray Card, White Balance Filter, Calibrated Monitor, Vectorscope, Waveform Monitor and Adobe Premiere. We have prepared the following check list of considerations for video production (especially live streaming) below. Color matching and correcting is not a “1 click process” It takes time Colorist’s are hired my movie companies for one job only. Color correcting Plan ahead for your shoots to give ample time to color match your cameras and footage in post-production, so you’re not disappointed. Different angles cameras might pick up a hairline light as something else. Make sure you use reliable monitors. Not all monitors are built the same. HOW TO GET THE PERFECT EXPOSURE Getting the perfect camera exposure requires testing with the camera settings. We have a camera settings guide available for download here. Our workflow starts with setting up the cameras in your space where the lighting is already on. Then configure your cameras to the basic camera settings that you want to use for example a high shutter speed for sports. Once you have your basic settings done you want to tweak shutter speed, aperture and gain. You should have a good picture before you go into the more detailed features such as contrast, luminance, gamma and hue. Set up your lighting. Light the room or subject you want to film. Use a color checker chart and White balance card to help the White Balance. Zoom your camera in all the way on the Whiteboard to check the white balance. Check the Exposure, Aperture and color using PTZOptics IP control or IR remote Match all your PTZOptics cameras so they have the same configuration Lock in your PTZOptics Color Balance and Exposure and then lets bring these camera feeds into Vmix or Adobe Premiere to continue the color correction. Camera Color Matching & Exposure Advice One of the key things with color corrections is that most people try to all of the color correction and exposure inside the camera. Many times the highlights can be blown out before they even get into your video production software. Using a vectorscope and waveform monitor you can bring down the range of your camera to make sure that you are not clipping. These tools make sure that you are not crushing the blacks or overexposing the whites with the settings in your camera. The waveform monitor specifically allows users to stretch the exposure to the perfect white and black settings. VMix/Software Adobe Premiere Use VMix new color correcting software to tweak the color for each camera. Use Vmix Vectorscope Use Vmix’s Waveform Monitor Using a Vectorscope A vectorscope is a tool that represents the color of your camera image. It’s like an x and y graph representation of the color accuracy of your live video feed. At the top of a vectorscope, you have red, toward the bottom you have cyan and there is also a green similar to what you have seen in color correction software. The vectorscope graph allows you to see the balance of the colors coming from your live video camera. To accurately tune your camera you can put up a color chart in your space and zoom into it with your camera. The vMix color chart will produce lines that connect your current image with the ideal colors. A vectorscope is a tool that is ideal for live video color correction without having to rely on your own eyes and inaccurate monitor representations of your video cameras image. The vectorscope is all about color and provides us with tools to accurately adjust our camera settings ideally on the camera side first. Once the camera has been accurately tuned the finishing color corrections can be done in vMix. More here - https://live.ptzoptics.com/camera-control/get-perfect-exposure-w-ptzoptics-cameras/ ✓ Watch our Latest Friday Live Stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QItkvlnhQyM&list=PLyY0t7zWqRQoVWffzTC2B7eWwO0DqdCFC ✓ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa-H8O_q6M6P9XkgLmzxxDw?sub_confirmation=1 ✓ Join the Giveaway of the Week - http://ptzoptics.com/giveaway/ ✓ Free UDEMY Course on how we live stream here: http://ptzoptics.com/landing/coupons.html Hashtags: #ptzoptics, #livestreaming, #tech, #videoproduction, #PTZCameras, #streamingmedia, #webinar, #collaboration #wirecast #vmix #newtek #Tricaster #blackmagic #FacebookLive #YouTubeLive
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'Exposure', BIPOCD film example
 
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Video shown by David Maitax-Cols at the ESCAP 2015 Congress in Madrid.
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Hazard, Risk & Safety - Understanding Risk Assessment, Management and Perception
 
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(subtitles available in English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Chinese and Russian, German, and a French version is available here: https://youtu.be/wRmfvFYDNr8) Hazard, Risk & Safety Danger, risques et sécurité Gevaar, risico's en veiligheid Peligro, riesgo y seguridad Опасность, риск и безопасность Gefahr, Risiko und Sicherheit We all hear these terms on a daily basis. So and so a chemical, physical or a biological agent poses a risk; This or that product is a hazard or behaving a certain way is unsafe. A lot of the time “hazard” and “risk” are freely used to mean the same thing. However they are not. Hazard is the potential to cause harm. Risk on the other hand is the likelihood of harm in defined circumstances. In a nutshell, hazard and risk are not always aligned as the risk depends on the exposure to the hazard ; similarly, risk, safety and perception of risk are not always aligned; this can make political decisions regarding safety levels difficult to make, in these cases it is especially important to base them on facts rather than on subjective perceptions. http://www.greenfacts.org
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best lesson in photography for beginners - entire course in one image
 
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a picture says a thousand words. this one says about 50 thousands, and entire course condensed in one image. print this chart, laminate it, have it in your pocket and look at it when you pull out your camera and try to learn to control it. this is for beginners still trying to figure out the exposure triangle and what settings do what BTW - Author has been found: Daniel Peters https://www.hamburger-fotospots.de/kostenloser-download-foto-cheatcard-fuer-fotografen.html
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Create a Risk Assessment Chart
 
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Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com This video covers how to create a colored (green-yellow-red) risk assessment chart. This is used in project management to compare risk to probability for various task or projects to help aid in decision making. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel
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7. OCD Treatment:  Introduction to Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)
 
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CBT Therapist, Katie d'Ath, explains how to use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) to help yourself overcome OCD.
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SAP Exposure Management 2-Automatic matching
 
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If you are interested to read a bit more on SAP Treasury, you can visit my blog at http://gopakumar2010.wordpress.com/
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DSLR Camera Shutter Speed Explained [Exposure Triangle]
 
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DSLR Camera Shutter Speed Explained [Exposure Triangle] Shutter Speed effects exposure, the ability to freeze images, and also how much light is coming in through your camera lens. Shutter Speed not only controls how motion appears in your shots, but also how well it is exposed. Mastering shutter speed is essential if you plan to shoot moving objects, events, action or sports. Being able to use this in manual is part of mastering the Exposure Triangle and getting the most out of your DSLR Camera. Typically when you shoot at high shutter speeds you will want to shoot at a higher ISO to compensate for the lack of light coming in through the shutter since its closing so fast. ISO is your camera's sensitivity to light. If increasing your ISO isn't an option you will need a fast lens, like an f/2.8 or a prime lens like a f/1.8. These are wider apertures that will allow more light into the lens and are fixed aperture meaning that you can focus on adjusting the shutter speed since the aperture is consistent no matter how much you zoom. When shooting with a slower shutter speed, such as when you are shooting DSLR video, you will want the ISO to be as low as possible. In truth you usually want this anyway to reduce grain. If it is vary bright out and you can't increase your shutter speed enough and increasing your aperture isn't an option, you can utilize an ND filter. This will remove several "stops" of light and allow you to expose correctly while getting the type of shot you want. Like My Content? Subscribe for More Awesome! https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=robertoblake2 Get CREATE AWESOME Shirts!: http://goo.gl/lsr8uY Support My Channel via Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/robertoblake Support My Channel By Shopping on Amazon! http://www.amazon.com/?tag=robertoblaked-20 2017 MY YOUTUBE SETUP (Affiliate) https://kit.com/robertoblake/youtube-setup-2017 TUBEBUDDY: http://tubebuddy.com/awesome Recommended Web Hosting (affiliate) Blue Host http://goo.gl/or3zpx 1and1 http://goo.gl/el9jPo Follow Me Online! My Graphic Design Portfolio http://robertoblake.com Learn Graphic Design on My Blog: http://robertoblake.com/blog Follow Me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/robertoblake Like Me on Facebook: http://facebook.com/robertoblake2 Checkout My Instagram http://instagram.com/robertoblake Flickr Photos: http://flickr.com/photos/robertoblake Disclaimers: all opinions are my own, sponsors are acknowledge when they sponsor something, Amazon, BH Photo and My Fonts links are affiliate links and other links are usually just my website or a blog or something, if that bugs you well the content is free so ;P
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10 things you should know about disaster risk reduction
 
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Disasters happen every year. We can't always stop them from happening, but we can limit the scale of devastation. Here are 10 things you should know about disaster risk reduction. Learn more about DRR at http://goodpracticereview.org/DRR
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Let an ambient exposure do the "Heavy Lifting" for Real Estate Photography
 
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If you plan to purchase items from Adorama please use this referral link to help support these free tutorials http://adorama.evyy.net/c/345415/51926/1036 Thank you. We all have challenging scenarios and how to light up a large space is definitely one of the. Sure we can place lights everywhere but we can also use an ambient exposure to do what I call "The Heavy lifting" As always there are many ways to do just about everything in Real Estate Photography and this technique just works for me and my workflow. Hope you enjoy.. and if you do please leave a comment and questions are always encouraged. Please remember to subscribe, give a thumbs up (or down) and send me questions or comments as I try to reply ASAP though it might take a couple of weeks. And last but not least, Disclaimer: as always there are many ways to do everything I do. And for this video there are certainly quality issues but as I always say, these tutorials are for the day to day real estate photographer and the focus is getting the information across.
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7 Tips to Stop Hypervigilence from PTSD
 
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Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy Hypervigilance is extreme or excessive vigilance : the state of being highly or abnormally alert to potential danger or threat. This can be caused by PTSD, anxiety or even paranoia (associated with another mental illness). It can cause us to be extremely sensitive to our surroundings, and even perceive dangers that are not real (ie. hearing a thump at night and assuming it’s someone coming to murder you versus your upstairs neighbor dropping their phone). Because this can cause us to be on high alert for long periods of time, it can be exhausting to our body and adrenal system (responsible for handling stress in the body - releasing cortisol). This can cause us to be jumpy, or even easily agitated. We can feel constantly on edge, and therefore it can make sleep very difficult. We may also find ourselves using unhealthy coping skills with more frequency. We may be drinking more often, binge eating, or zoning out in front of the tv or video game, anything to numb us out so that we don’t have to be on edge anymore. HOW CAN WE OVERCOME IT! 1. First, we have to recognize what our triggers are (practice mindfulness). And get better at recognizing early symptoms (cause everyone is different). If it’s our anxiety that’s causing us to feel this way, it could be our anticipation of someone judging us. If it’s our PTSD that’s causing these feelings it could be a loud noise or feeling trapped somewhere. Recognize what causes this feeling for you, and find ways to self soothe until the hypervigilance feeling goes away. (ie. weighted blankets, calming music, coloring, calling a friend, etc) 2. Be a detective and look for any evidence to support or deny your feeling (ie. hearing a noise and finding your keys fell off the counter will prove that it’s not a burglar). 3. Breathe and take a minute to respond, not react. Telling ourselves it’s okay to feel this way, and not letting it take complete control over our system takes practice, but can help control the symptoms. Adding in the self soothing we just talked about, you should be able to slowly get better and better at calming your system down. Assessing all that you are feeling, and knowing you have the ability to choose to not be affected by it is a new muscle we will have to work on building up. But it can help so much! Even having a plan in place for when we are triggered can help get us started. 4. See a professional! CBT, EMDR, and exposure therapy are all great options if we struggle with hypervigilance. Getting the proper diagnosis (PTSD, an anxiety disorder, or psychosis) will ensure you receive the right kind of care. EMDR is obviously best if our diagnosis is PTSD, exposure therapy works best for anxiety disorder, and CBT can work for psychosis as well as PTSD and anxiety disorders. 5. Medication! I know not everyone wants to be on medication, but if your hypervigilance comes from psychosis this needs to be part of your treatment plan. Most common medications used for this are: SSRI/SNRIs or antidepressants, beta blockers (they help calm your system down), antipsychotics, and anti anxiety medications (like lexapro, or benzodiazepines). LifeNoggin Explains PTSD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOkJeAbddDw Complex PTSD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qIAZcOryl4 Helping someone with PTSD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_A6SrvfbUI CBT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7B3n9jobus&index=1&list=PL_loxoCVsWqw5Amf6r9TozJbB__N2dpPV DBT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDJi86n9-Rk&index=2&list=PL_loxoCVsWqw5Amf6r9TozJbB__N2dpPV EMDR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhaWIVK6ERI&index=4&list=PL_loxoCVsWqw5Amf6r9TozJbB__N2dpPV Exposure Therapy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlJy85EQrCI&index=5&list=PL_loxoCVsWqw5Amf6r9TozJbB__N2dpPV PTSD playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnfRGQp6ZPA&list=PL_loxoCVsWqzLptVD96E-DOlzWhbXT_H8 Trauma playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8oDU3dy7Xg&list=PL_loxoCVsWqyg4x9m6VqUfz0PmYaZIR0p A BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. Do you want to help support the creation of mental health videos? https://www.patreon.com/katimorton I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos! Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com To download my workbooks visit Itunes and search for "Kati Morton" Mail: PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403 Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/flro/
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microbiological risk assessment in food safety: exposure assessment
 
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Introduction to how to perform quantitative exposure assessment in microbiological risk assessment in food safety
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DJI MAVIC AIR - ALL Intelligent Flight Modes - EXPLAINED!
 
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7.Preventing Mining-related Illness in Workers and the Community, AUA
 
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PANEL 3. Preventing Mining-related Illness in Workers and the Community 1. Denny Dobbin President Society for Occupational and Environmental Health 2. Exposure Assessment and Risk Management in Mining Communities: The Bunker Hill Site Example Susan Spalinger Principal Scientist TerraGraphics Environmental Engineering, Inc. 3. Implementing Integrated Health, Response and Remediation in Diverse Economic and Cultural Settings Margrit von Braun Dean and Professor Emerita, University of Idaho Co-founder TIFO & TerraGraphics Environmental Engineering, Inc. 4. Phytostabilization of Mine Tailings: Metal Speciation and Dust Suppression Raina Maier Director, Center for Environmentally Sustainable Mining University of Arizona 5. Toxic Sites Identification Program Andrew McCartor Regional Program Director Blacksmith Institute ---------------------------------------------------------- International Scientific Symposium on Emerging Issues in Environmental and Occupational Health: Mining and Construction in Transition Economies April 22-23, 2013 American University of Armenia Yerevan, Republic of Armenia Organizing Committee Collegium Ramazzini AUA School of Public Health AUA Akopian Center for the Environment We thank the following organizations for sponsorship and in-kind support: Collegium Ramazzini American University of Armenia World Health Organization National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, NIH, USA TerraGraphics International Foundation Blacksmith Institute Counterpart International Symposium link: www.eoh2013.aua.am
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What is EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE? What does EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE mean? EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE meaning
 
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What is EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE? What does EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE mean? EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE meaning - EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE definition - EXPOSURE ACTION VALUE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ An Exposure Action Value (EAV) or Action Value (AV) is a limit set on occupational exposure to noise where, when those values are exceeded, employers must take steps to monitor the exposure levels. These levels are measured in decibels. The American Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) set the EAV to 85 dB(A). When the eight-hour time-weighted average (TWA) reaches 85 dB(A), employers are required to administer a continuing, effective hearing conservation program. The program consists of monitoring, employee notification, observation, an audiometric testing program, hearing protectors, training programs, and record keeping requirements. The purpose of the EAV is to ensure that employees are not suffering from high levels of noise exposure. OSHA requires employers to take steps to reduce exposure levels when the TWA reaches 90 dB(A). The EAV is to ensure that the exposure levels do not reach 90 dB(A) or more. It is also to ensure that employees are not experiencing noise-induced hearing loss. A noise dosimeter is used to measure noise exposures to employees. Dosimeters can be used to determine the TWA. If it is determined that levels of noise exposure have reached the EAV, employers are required to implement a hearing conservation program. The hearing conservation program consists of many different aspects. The first aspect is monitoring. The employer is required to monitor noise exposure for all of its employees who may be exposed at a TWA at or above 85 dB(A). This is to identify employees for inclusion in the hearing conservation program and to enable the proper selection of hearing protectors. The second aspect is the audiometric testing program. Employees exposed to levels at or above the EAV will undergo audiometric testing. The first test is called a baseline. It provides a standard to compare future audiometric tests to. If a significant change in hearing capabilities occurs (called a standard threshold shift) greater steps must be taken to ensure the employee is protected from high levels of noise exposure. The third aspect is the implementation of hearing protection. Employers must make hearing protection available to all employees who are exposed to noise levels of 85 dB(A) or greater. This is to be at no cost to employees. Employees can pick whichever type of hearing protection they prefer. This also requires an ongoing evaluation of the hearing protection. The fourth aspect is a training program. The training program must cover the effects of noise on hearing, the purpose of hearing protection, and the purpose of audiometric testing. The last aspect is record keeping. Records of employee audiometric tests must be retained for two years. This information must also be available to the employees. Just like the Exposure Action Value or Action Value for noise, safety administrations across the world are publishing values for vibrations. As of right now, The American Occupational Safety and Health Administration has not officially published a list of appropriate, time-weighted EAV guidelines for employers to follow. However, companies in the United States are encouraged by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to follow the vibration limits set up by the ACGIH, which publishes a Threshold Limit Value or TLV in their annual book of TLVs and BEIs. The goal is for employers to have these numbers in order to make a conscious effort to lower the amount of harmful exposure absorbed by their workers. Since the link from physical vibration to damage caused by Raynaud's phenomenon is less clearly defined between the EAV for noise and noise-induced hearing loss, an upper extreme limit Exposure Limit Value or ELV is provided as well to give a margin.
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Introduction to Pivot Tables, Charts, and Dashboards in Excel (Part 1)
 
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WATCH PART 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g530cnFfk8Y Download file used in the video: http://www.excelcampus.com/pivot-table-checklist-yt In this video series you will learn how to create an interactive dashboard using Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts. Works with Excel 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 for Windows & Excel 2011 for Mac Don't worry if you have never created a Pivot Table before, I cover the basics of formatting your source data and creating your first Pivot Table as well. You will also get to see an add-in I developed named PivotPal that makes it easier to work with some aspects of Pivot Tables. Download the files to follow along at the following link. http://www.excelcampus.com/pivot-table-checklist-yt I have another video that shows how to reformat the pivot chart in Excel 2010. In the video above I'm using Excel 2013 and the menus are different from Excel 2007/2010. Here is the link to that video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt_QqG-vRRw Get PivotPal: http://www.excelcampus.com/pivotpal Free webinar on The 5 Secrets to Understanding Pivot Tables: https://www.excelcampus.com/pivot-webinar-yt Subscribe to my free newsletter: http://www.excelcampus.com/newsletter
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The Illuminati & Hip-Hop: A Conversation With Prodigy
 
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Hip-hop has a long-standing fascination with the Illuminati. The secret society, which was founded in the late 1700s, has been referenced on tracks from Jay Z, Kanye West, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, and even pop artists like Madonna and Beyoncé over the years. However, it was Mobb Deep’s Prodigy who originally started music’s Illuminati craze with his line on on LL Cool J’s 1995 “I Shot Ya (Remix).” Genius reached out to learn more, so Prodigy invited us to the Illuminati Ball House at a secret estate one hour outside of New York City. Read more on Genius: https://genius.com/a/the-illuminati-hip-hop-a-conversation-with-prodigy Subscribe to Genius: http://bit.ly/2cNV6nz Genius on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Genius Genius on Instagram: http://instagram.com/genius Genius on Facebook: https://facebook.com/Geniusdotcom http://genius.com
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Conflict De-Escalation Techniques
 
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Certain occupations are more at-risk of exposure to violence; it’s a fact. For example, employees working alone, working late at night, or working in high-crime areas, are all more likely to be subjected to an act of violence; that’s according to OSHA. Seems like common sense, right? And if you have workers who routinely deal with angry customers, you know how things can get out of control, and that workers need a strategy for resolving those situations. That’s where conflict de-escalation techniques come in handy. Anticipating potential conflict is important for preparedness, and there are many verbal and non-verbal cues to be mindful of as situations unfold. For recognition, here are some signs of conflict escalation: A person clenching his or her fists or tightening and untightening their jaw. A sudden change in body language or tone used during a conversation. The person starts pacing or fidgeting. A change in type of eye contact. The “Rooster Stance” – chest protruding out more and arms more away from the body. Disruptive behaviors – Such as yelling, bullying, actively defying or refusing to comply with rules. So what can you do in order to help de-escalate a conflict situation? Here are some tips, and remember, this isn’t a step by step list, but rather a menu of options that may prove useful… And remember, without specialized training; never consider the use of physical force as your first response. First, calm yourself before interacting with the person. If you’re upset, it’s only going to escalate the situation. Calm down and then begin to look at the situation and how you can intervene safely. Take a deep breath. Use a low, dull tone of voice and don’t get defensive even if the insults are directed at you. Becoming aware of your situation is also critically important. This can include: Other people in the room, Objects; such as chairs, tables, items on a table, and the space around you, like exits or openings, and if you are blocking the person so that they are made to feel trapped. Try to look as non-threatening as possible. Appear calm and self-assured even if you don’t feel it. Maintain limited eye contact and be at the same eye level. Encourage the client to be seated, but if he/she needs to stand, stand up also. Maintain a neutral facial expression. Place your hands in front of your body in an open and relaxed position. Don’t shrug your shoulders. Don’t point your fingers at the person. Avoid excessive gesturing, pacing, fidgeting, or weight shifting. Maintain a public space distance, which is 12 feet or more. Make a personal connection. Something as simple as asking, “What’s your name?” can diffuse a situation quickly. People respond positively to their own name and can make the dialogue more personal. Listening to the persons concerns. - Acknowledge the other person’s feelings without passing judgment on them. Empathy needs to be shown during conflict situations. Even if you do not agree with the person’s position, expressing an understanding why that person feels a particular way will help resolve the conflict. Clarifying, paraphrasing and open-ended questions all help to ensure that the person is aware you have understood their frustrations completely. Ask to take notes. Ask for their ideas or solutions. Help them talk out angry feelings rather than act on them. Shift the conversation to the future, create hope, and you make yourself less threatening. Using “what” and “we” helps include the person in those future plans. Get them to say yes. It is very hard for someone to stay angry towards you if they are agreeing with you. No person, group, or set of conditions can guarantee that a conflict will proceed constructively. If de-escalation is not working, stop! If the situation feels unsafe, leave and call for help. Remember to be patient, calm and aware of the situational surroundings should a conflict arise in your workplace. Most importantly, have a plan to protect yourself if the worst case scenario unfolds; how do you escape, defend your life, or protect other colleagues.
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Health & Safety Planning for EWB-USA Projects: Anticipating, Recognizing, and Controlling Hazards
 
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The purpose and value of this presentation will be to enable volunteers to use the written Health & Safety Plan as a tools for recognizing and evaluating potential health & safety exposure hazards. The hazards that EWB-USA volunteers may face range from biological hazards, foodborne illnesses, to construction hazards and civil unrest. This briefing will increase their awareness of health & safety hazards and will teach them to use the written Heal & Safety Plan as a guide, roadmap and resource for limiting H&S exposures
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Social Engineering, Agenda 21 & Transhumanism - The Secret Manipulation of Humanity
 
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World Tour Tickets - http://www.TheWorldWideWakeUp.com 2017 All David's Books Now Available Here http://www.DavidIckeStore.com Social Media https://www.facebook.com/davidicke/ https://twitter.com/davidicke To have David's Videocast sent to you in full every week, Click here http://www.davidicke.com/register http://www.DavidIckeStore.com All David's Books Now Available Here http://www.TheWorldWideWakeUp.com 2016/17 World Tour Tickets http://www.DavidIcke.com/headlines Latest News From David Icke David Icke Awaken Wembley 2014 The existence of reptilian entities is one of the latter, having been described by the Gnostics nearly 2,000 years ago.Certain bloodlines were created to be vehicles of these entities, he continued, as the audience stared at reptilian illustrations of the royal family. “The reasons royals interbreed is to hold the information field which has certain personality traits the Archons want, because it has no compassion or empathy. The frequency of the hybrids is far more similar to the Archons than the rest of the population.”“We’ve been infiltrated by a force taking over reality because they look like us. People will soon have to face the facts that this is why the world is how it is.”The relationship between paedophilia and SatanismBarely pausing for breath, Icke launched into a blistering attack on the establishment cover-up of paedophile rings, which are now, thanks to the Internet, blowing wide open.“Paedophiles are infesting the establishment on multiple levels,” he said. “The number of children being abused all over the world is staggering. The reason that Satanism and paedophilia are interrelated is because paedophiles are possessed by these entities, which stimulate a desire for children and draw on their energy. Ted Heath was doing it, and Savile was supplying the rich and famous – which is why he was never prosecuted.”Icke is convinced the truth will eventually come out, and when it does, the political establishment and Royal family will collapse. The cover-up is so blatant, he said, with New Scotland Yard acting as a “political paedophile protection unit.”“We can change our Archon World”The dot connecting that David Icke has become famous for, continued as he drew lines between different expressions of the same conspiracy.Radiation is much higher than it was 50 years ago, and chemtrails are part of the plan to take us away from infinite consciousness, he said. The influence of Archontic entities is changing the planet to make it feel more like home, to change the atmosphere into that of an “Archon World.”The transhumanist agenda, in which technology is inserted into the body, for example, by using microchips to replace drugs, is to make us become slaves of society. Archons are a robotic force and they want to make humans like them. The reptiles’ god is technology.Icke’s dystopian view of the future assumes that the masses will stay glued to their TVs, locked forever into the hive mind of the Matrix, which says ‘I have no power’. Is it a lost cause? “No way!” thundered Icke to rounds of applause. “The solution is consciousness.As soon as we wake up the game will be over. They are keeping us in mental and spiritual deception because they’re scared we’ll wake up. Joy, peace, love and compassion will change it. By disconnecting from the program, we take their power away.” © Creative commons “We need to transform our reality by changing our reality to truth and love, to be who we really are By following Icke’s example and not worrying about being ridiculed or ostracised for being our true selves, we have a real chance of changing the system, seemed to be his final message.He said: “We need to transform our reality by changing our reality to truth and love, to be who we really are. A personal revolution is needed! The New Age movement is escapism; it’s in denial. We are the revolution if we cease to conform to traditional reality. The conspiracy is coming down. The cracks are appearing. There’s a phenomenal wake up occurring in the world. The system will try to oppress it, but it won’t succeed because of the magnitude of the global awakening.”Holding his audience still in the palm of his hand after ten hours of delivery, the king of conspiracy theory’s final words drew rounds of applause and a standing ovation.“Remember this: No one rules if no one obeys.” The audience adored him, and when tears came to his eyes, they loved him even more. Read more at: http://www.neonnettle.com/features/363-david-icke-exposes-the-archon-conspiracy-and-the-crumbling-matrix © Neon Nettle Music - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/ICD-10/Kai_Engel_-_ICD-10_-_06_Oneiri
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Microsoft Excel 2016 - Learn Excel 2016 Beginners Tutorial Video
 
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Learn Microsoft 2016 from the pro's. In this FREE beginners tutorial for Microsoft 2016 you will learn the basics of Excel 2016, and Tips and Tricks so that you can get the most out of your Excel experience. Our beginner videos start with simple tasks like selecting cells and entering data, then quickly move to calculating data with basic formulas and functions. The intermediate portion shows you how simple it is to sort and filter and then moves to one of Excel’s most popular features, Pivot Tables. Our advanced videos start with functions like IF and VLOOKUP and finish up with Macros. Some of the other topics in the Microsoft Excel 2016 tutorial include: Start Screen & Templates, Ribbon & QA Toolbar - Part 1, Ribbon & QA Toolbar - Part 2, Backstage View, Interface, Share Pane, Tell Me, Smart Lookup, Navigating, Keyboard Shortcuts, Entering Text Formatting Numbers, Deleting & Formatting, AutoSum, Simple Formulas, Simple Functions, Absolute Referencing, Inserting Rows Inserting Columns, Moving & Copying Data, Autofill, Cell Styles, Worksheet Themes, Excel Templates, Grouping Worksheets, Freeze Panes, Custom Views, Spell Check, Printing, Flash Fill, List Design & Single Level Sorting, Multi-Level Sorting, Custom Sorting, Filtering, Multi-Level Filtering, Search Filtering, Format as Table, Table Style Options, Remove Duplicates, Convert to Range, Subtotal, Multi-Level, Subtotaling, Remove Subtotals, Quick Analysis Charts, Inserting Data Charts, Formatting Data Charts, Chart, Templates, Spark lines, Printing Charts, Importing From Web, MS Query, Exporting Overview, Pivot Tables, Multiple-Field Pivot Tables, Drill Down Reports, Pivot Charts & Grouping Fields, Slicer Tool, Data Validation - Part 1, Data Validation - Part 2, Cell & Sheet Protection, File Encryption, Conditional Formatting, Linking Data, Inserting Comments.. and more Please subscribe to Learn iT! and check out our website (http://learnit.com) to browse other Microsoft Courses, Project Management, and IT Training courses.
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GoPro Field Guide: Understanding Protune (Ep 1 of 3)
 
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Appearance: GoPro Media Team Episode 1 of 3: Understanding Protune Topics: Protune – White Balance, Color, ISO, Sharpness, and Exposure Compensation In the first episode of the GoPro Field Guide, we link up with Media Team member Abe Kislevitz on his Sunday afternoon bike ride in Whistler to learn the ins and outs of Protune mode. Abe goes into depth on the different options available while using Protune and how a user can utilize them to maximize their GoPro footage. He mentions that using Protune results in higher quality capture due to a larger bitrate and also unlocks customizable capture settings so that you can really make your footage your own. These settings include white balance, color modes, ISO, sharpness, and exposure compensation. Abe points out that some of the Protune settings may be better suited to video professionals who plan to spend a lot of time in post-production editing their content. Want to capture content like the pros? Check out these versatile mounts and accessories at - http://gopro.com/camera-mounts and http://gopro.com/camera-accessories Don’t forget to watch Episodes 2 and 3 of the GoPro Field Guide to get you capturing like the pros! Episode 2: GoPro Field Guide: Resolutions, Frame Rates and FOV Episode 3: GoPro Field Guide: On Location As always, happy capturing! You might see examples of extreme use in this video. Please take appropriate precautions to ensure your own safety, the safety of those around you, and to protect your GoPro camera.
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Break The Chain
 
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THE ILLUMINATI EXPOSED | James Rickards on secret societies & conspiracies | London Real
 
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2019 LIFE ACCELERATOR NOW OPEN: https://londonreal.tv/LAyt/ FREE LIVE MASTERCLASS: https://londonreal.tv/masterclass/ This is taken from our interview with James Rickards called 'The Road to Ruin'. WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW: https://londonreal.tv/james-rickards-the-road-to-ruin/ SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToLondonReal FREE FULL EPISODES: http://londonreal.tv/episodes London Real Academy: BUSINESS ACCELERATOR: https://londonreal.tv/biz LIFE ACCELERATOR: https://londonreal.tv/life BROADCAST YOURSELF: https://londonreal.tv/by SPEAK TO INSPIRE: https://londonreal.tv/inspire #LondonReal #LondonRealTV
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My Favorite Drone Setting EVER! MAVIC AIR!
 
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Literally my favorite setting EVER on a drone! Now that the Mavic Air is released it's been so much fun testing all the features out and asteroid mode is by far my favorite setting EVER on a drone! :) For more info: http://click.dji.com/AC7VR4p_yfxB6ERB5uoNZA?pm=custom Our favorite specs: 4K @ 30fps 100Mbps + 12MP photo Slow motion 1080p @ 120fps 2.7k @ 60fps 32MP Sphere Panorama 21 mins flight time HDR photos FOV 85° 8GB built-in storage APAS (Advanced Pilot Assistance System) 4km transmission distance (about 2.5 miles) Asteroid Mode! :) Follow us on Instagram, that’s where we post the day to day stuff! :) http://www.instagram.com/devinsupertramp Music By "Hestitate" by The Spacies Buy it on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/hesitate-single/id1170895441 "I Got You" by Chris Howland Ft. Spencer Kane Buy or stream it here: http://smarturl.it/ChrisHowland Almost all the equipment we use: https://www.amazon.com/shop/devinsupertramp This is the Glidecam I use to get all the smooth shots! :) Devinsupertramp Signature Series Glidecam: http://amzn.to/1UU9UjC Help us translate our videos into your language! :) http://goo.gl/wU8jYh Want to be in our next video?! Follow us on social media! http://www.instagram.com/devinsupertramp https://www.facebook.com/devinsupertramp http://twitter.com/devinsupertramp For business inquiries ONLY, contact us here: devinsupertramp@gmail.com
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Collaborating with industry to tackle silica dust exposure
 
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Keith Bannerman from the Australasian Tunnelling Society presents some key issues facing the industry, and working together to address the challenge of silica dust control.
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Michael Scott Sensitivity Training - The Office US
 
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Because it's ok to make fun of race and gender, but not falling into a pond. Watch The Office US on Google Play: https://goo.gl/zV92hg & iTunes https://goo.gl/qbYX3Y Subscribe // http://bit.ly/subOfficeUS More of The Office US : http://bit.ly/1lZxNaL BUY Season 1 of The Office U.S. on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1s51o0u Welcome to the official YouTube channel for The Office US. Home to all of the official clips from the series, the funniest moments, pranks and fails. Think we should feature your favourite episode? Let us know in the comments! FB : https://www.facebook.com/theofficenbc Twitter : https://twitter.com/theofficenbc Website : http://www.nbc.com/the-office -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Why not watch "All Life is Sex // The Office US" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCZ4xk8Xojc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Top 5 Tips for Exterior Tile Installations and Balconies
 
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http://www.custombuildingproducts.com Installing ceramic tile or stone on exterior balconies, patios, walkways and walls requires extra planning so the tile installation will be waterproof and weather resistant. Choose the right tile installation products and use the right tile setting techniques to prevent cracks, efflorescence and water intrusion. Get CUSTOM's tips for a simple, successful and durable exterior tile installation. Learn more about CUSTOM's exterior tile setting materials at http://www.custombuildingproducts.com Many projects now call for setting tile in exterior conditions. These may be commercial or residential applications using tile or stone on patios, decks, walls or building facades. One example is tiled balconies. Exposure to extreme temperatures and moisture are just a few of the elements that must be carefully considered. Ideally, all exterior rated tile should be appropriate for the weather in North America, and can survive freeze/thaw cycles. In addition to freezing, tile installed outdoors must be able to handle the fluctuations of thermal expansion and contraction. Tile Council of North America recommends the installation of movement joints every 8 to 12 feet, using a flexible sealant like CUSTOM’s Commercial 100% Silicone Caulk. We strongly suggest adding movement joints every 8 feet and making them as wide as possible. Waterproofing is central to the longevity of tile work installed on raised porches, decks or balconies -- any area that abuts or covers an inhabited space. The TCNA Handbook offers several methods for tiled balconies and decks – F103, 103B and 104, which describes direct bonding. To deflect water away from the building, the slope on the balcony or deck must have a minimum pitch of ¼-inch per foot towards the drains. Proper flashing must be installed to prevent seepage, including a coved reglet embedded into the wall above the tile, mortar and waterproofing layer. Include a waterproofing membrane that meets or exceeds ANSI A118.10 (and A118.12 if possible) and that is rated by the manufacturer for these applications. Liquid applied RedGard Waterproofing and Crack Prevention membrane serves a dual purpose in exterior conditions, protecting both the tile and the structure. Be sure to use a premium quality mortar that is rated for above ground use, like FlexBond Crack Prevention Mortar -- and if you’re going to tile a balcony or deck, make sure you have a highly experienced installer on the job. Keep in mind, both the installation materials and the environment should stay between 50-90 degrees. Fast curing waterproofing, mortars and grouts can help prevent an extended period of tenting. When working with a natural stone, it should be sealed to protect it from the elements and outdoor contaminants. More porous stone can benefit from 6-sided treatment with a penetrating sealer, like Aqua Mix Penetrating Sealer or TileLab SurfaceGard Penetrating Sealer, prior to bedding the tile. Like the tile, the installation products need to stand up to harsh weather conditions. Always use a polymer-modified dry-set mortar that is rated for exterior use and exposure to wet conditions. To support the weight of heavy natural stone and large format tile, consider ProLite Tile and Stone Mortar. For non-sag applications on exterior walls and all floors, CUSTOM offers MegaLite Crack Prevention Mortar with premium bond strength and flexibility. If you are using a cementitious grout, make sure it meets or exceeds ANSI A118.7 and will not effloresce. CUSTOM’s Prism SureColor Grout is a fast-curing option that delivers consistent color without mottling or shading, regardless of temperature or humidity. With Prism, you won’t have to worry about efflorescence.
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Practical Steps to Avoid and Minimize Respirable Silica Dust Exposure
 
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Click here for more https://www.audiosolutionz.com/safety-security/ensure-compliance-with-osha-silica-dust-standard.html Practical Steps to Avoid and Minimize Respirable Silica Dust Exposure This session with expert speaker John J. Meola, CSP, ARM, will discuss how you can ensure compliance with the most recent revision of the OSHA silica dust exposure standard. John will address engineering, administrative and PPE measures aimed at eliminating and reducing occupational airborne silica dust exposures and generation in accordance with standard. He will discuss concepts that will give you some ideas and starting points for staying in compliance and under the regulatory radar on this issue. Connect with us on Twitter: - https://twitter.com/SolutionzAudio Facebook: - https://www.facebook.com/AudioSolutionz Linkedin: - http://www.linkedin.com/company/audio-solutionz Google+: - https://plus.google.com/+Audiosolutionz1/posts
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Assessment and proposal of control to reduce cytotoxic drug exposure in pharmacy personnel
 
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Speaker: Andrea Griffiths Vancouver Island Health Authority October 3, 2014
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15 Corporate Event Management Tips: Guide to Planning and Organizing Corporate Functions
 
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http://www.ampli.com/ http://blog.ampli.com/2012/05/corporate-event-management-tips-guide.html Events can grow your business or organization and bring in a lot of profits, providing a great venue to establish and develop relationships, communicate updates and news. Proper event management is important to avoid planning pitfalls so you do not wind up with a boring event or a wasted opportunity. Here are 15 Tips for Corporate Event Planning: 1. Type of Event? Is it a Holiday party, product launch, stockholder gathering, or regional meeting? The answer to that question will affect the overall direction your event will go. The event theme, budget, and venue will all depend on this. Party ideas and themes will only thrive if the event is the right type. 2. Date of Event? When organizing events, making sure the date is perfect. Brainstorm different potential conflicts and holidays that may clash with your event and plan around them. Have the guests and their travel arrangements in mind so you do not inhibit people from coming by planning it at a time where people would have to battle traffic. Contemporary Acrylic Lectern 3. Purpose of Event? Without having a purpose to the event, you could waste a lot of time and money for something that creates zero value. What are your goals and objectives for this event? Having a defined purpose to the event will help your planning team. Having a purpose for the event is one of the Four Pillars to a great event: Great food Great entertainment Great social time Great value in fulfilling purpose of event. Wireless Presentation PA System 4. Make sure you have the proper audio visual equipment. Having equipment with professional quality and a professional look will make your event stand out in the minds of attendees. Will your event have a Keynote Presentation? Elegant events need an elegant lectern. AmpliVox offers several lecterns with wireless sound systems built in, allowing speakers to project their voice over the audience. Will your event need a sound system? Do you need to project emcee's voice or play music during your event? Are there instruments that need to cover a large area? The AmpliVox Digital Audio Travel Partner Package is a great option that can project to an audience of 7,500 people through a variety of inputs: up to 8 wireless microphones simultaneously, several different music inputs (iPod, CD Player), and allows musicians to plug in their instruments effortlessly. The iPod Portable PA System is able to hook up a projector and allows users to control the built-in DVD player with the remote control. 5. Does your event need entertainment? Depending on the nature of your event, it may be beneficial to hire a musician, comedian, DJ, or a celebrity for your event. Choosing the right entertainer will help boost attendance numbers and make the event a great memory for those who attend. 6. Are you expecting the unexpected? Being prepared for an emergency and having a Plan B for weather is important when planning a corporate special event. The Radio Hailer Emergency Communication System allows you to use your portable 2-way radio, base station or mobile radio to deliver live voice messages directly to a PA speaker up to 1 mile away. 7. Would signage benefit your event? This could be a valuable branding opportunity where you could increase your exposure and even include a call to action like a text-donation if you are a non-profit, or invite guests to like your Facebook Page. Signage and branding is one vital part of a corporate event that should be at the top of your checklist. Automation is a planner's best friend! 8. Automate as much as possible. Use event planning software like EventBrite or EventPro to help you with many parts of an effective event planning process for your corporate event. 9. All hands on deck! It is better to have too many people helping out at an event than too little. With potentially thousands in attendance at corporate conferences, being overstaffed is to be preferred over being understaffed! 10. Test technology beforehand to make sure it is functioning properly. Make sure all of the different systems you will be using are functioning like they should be. Also make sure the speaker placement of the PA system broadcasts your sound in the right direction to prevent embarrassing feedback that may occur otherwise. [ More Information: Pocket Guide to Optimal Room Set Up ] 11. Be wise about food. 12. Pick the right time of day. Breakfast or lunch events are sometimes a better option than an evening event. A great example of this is the Business Breakfast Event called Social Media and the Art of Cause Marketing. Victoria Multimedia Lectern Creative Commons Clips Courtesy of: DisneyCareers, delllargeenterprise, UnigirlCanada, musickaustav. Photos courtesy of: _dChris, MIXEvent, World Economic Forum, Simone Lovati, Engin Erdogan, Seth Lemmons, Victor1558
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Lee Morrison - Fear Control - Through Understanding and Exposure (Preview)
 
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I formed Urban Combatives after twenty-two years of researching various Asian and Western methods of combat. The testing ground for my research started from the school play yard, progressing all through adolescence where I, like most misguided young males, had my fair share of pub brawls and street fights. It moved on to where I have been for the last twelve years - working as a bouncer within the pub and nightclub environment of door security work. To say that this had been the most effective part of my combat efficiency education so far would be an understatement. Anyone who has been in a real blood-and-snot, violent confrontation will know what I am talking about. Thirty seconds on the street is worth three years in the dojo any day of the week. Multiply that by a lot and you, too, would have approached similar conclusions to my own and those of better men before me. Those conclusions are the result of a combination of active learning from my own experience, and from those who I have trained with and aspire to, as well as thousands of hours spent travelling, training, reading and studying - sorting the wheat from the chaff. And believe me when I say there is a serious amount of chaff within the martial arts world that is being passed off as effective and workable self-defence. Here is the first indication that such a system has missed the point - the words 'self-defence'. The word 'defence' in particular indicates that you are in a situation where a physical response is not only required, but is your only option. What about avoidance and escape? This is made possible through awareness of your environment, and an understanding of attack ritual, dialogue and body language, so that you have knowledge of such events before they unfold to a point where a physical option is all that you have. This is why the top people in this field feel that the term 'Self-Protection' has a lot more to offer. For example, you spot a potentially violent and aggressive individual walking behind you, and your street-smart instincts tell you that he has already weighed you up as a his next potential victim, making you then decide to take the action of turning the very next corner and running like a b**tard in order to avoid and escape the experience. Is that not good Self-Protection? Of course it is. If, however, you have no chance of escape, and this individual is intent on destroying your future quality of life to whatever degree he can, then the only option left is a physical response. In such a case, you must not hesitate to turn said individual into a grease blemish on the pavement. The bottom line to achieving such a goal is to be first and hit hard. If this creates the opportunity to escape, then do so without hesitation. If not, then you must continuously attack until the threat is terminated - then escape to safety at the first opportunity. Good personal security and street-smart awareness must be the power base for your 'stay safe' game plan. But lurking just below the surface must lie a cultivated mind-set that holds an unwavering conviction - that if you are offered violence, then you are prepared to respond in kind, overwhelmingly. This is why I am drawn to the methods of Western Combatives. My training is very much influenced by people who have tested their systems under the pressure of reality - be this in 'live' situations, dynamic simulation and scenario training, or a combination of both. In short, the people who know that what they have will stand up without hesitation or indecision at the moment of truth. From the likes of Fairbain and Sykes pressure testing their 'Defendu' system in the violent streets of 1920's Shanghai, to the methods of veteran Coventry doorman Geoff Thompson, who learned what worked for him in some of the worst establishments in the 'neon environment' and on the mat of his dojo during hundreds of his legendary Animal Day sessions. On that note I will end my introduction by asking you to read this offering with an open mind, and take from it what ever you find useful.
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New: CIA Agent Whistleblower Risks All To Expose The Shadow Government
 
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http://GeoengineeringWatch.org TO READ OR POST COMMENTS ON THIS VIDEO, PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO THE ARTICLE http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/new-cia-agent-whistleblower-risks-all-to-expose-the-shadow-government/ Our hope and goal is for this video to be shared far and wide, DO NOT RE-UPLOAD this copyrighted video without prior written permission and conditions from GeoengineeringWatch.org Kevin Shipp was a decorated CIA officer who refused to look the other way in regard to government criminality and cover-up. At a very important public awareness event, held by GeoengineerWatch.org in Northern California, on July 28th, 2017, Mr. Shipp presented a shocking and compelling presentation on numerous, horrific and ongoing government crimes. The total persecution of anyone who dares to tell the truth about rampant government tyranny is also fully exposed. The paradigm we have all known has been built on deception and the dark agendas of the global power structure. The courage Kevin Shipp has shown by doing his best to expose government criminality and tyranny serves as a stellar example to us all. We desperately need other individuals in government agencies and the US military to follow Kevin's lead. All of us are essential in the battle to help wake the masses to the truth so that the whistleblowers have the support they need to come forward. If we have any chance of stopping the completely out of control criminal cabal that currently runs our country and much of the world, we must all make our voices heard, we must all join the fight for the greater good. Dane Wigington To support GeoengineeringWatch.org: http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/support/ The latest and most effective GeoengineeringWatch.org awareness raising materials can be found at the links below: 2 sided color glossy informational flyers: http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/ads/ 20 page fact and photo summary booklets: http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/climate-engineering-fact-and-photo-summary/ To follow us on Facebook, click here: https://www.facebook.com/dane.wigington.geoengineeringwatch.org To follow the latest GeoengineeringWatch.org videos please subscribe to our four youtube channels below: Dane Wigington https://www.youtube.com/c/DaneWigington Geoengineering Watch https://www.youtube.com/c/GeoengineeringWatch GeoengineeringWatch.org https://www.youtube.com/c/GeoengineeringWatchOrg Geo Watch https://www.youtube.com/c/GeoWatch
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How to Shoot Great Portraits in Bright Sunlight without Reflectors or Strobes:  Portrait Photography
 
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This detailed tutorial will walk you through natural light portraiture techniques that will help you to take your photography to the next level. We are gonna break some rules and talk about how to shoot awesome portraits outside in bright sunlight in the middle of the day - without using reflectors or a flash to fill in the harsh shadows. We have all had that experience where you go outside to photograph a model or shoot a portrait only to realize that the lighting sucks because it’s the middle of the day and the sun is high in the sky. I rarely shoot with lighting equipment or reflectors outside. It’s just a pain in the butt unless I have an assistant along to help with the stuff, not to mention that it eats up time to set-up and test your lighting. If you have the extra time - go for it. Generally I have a limited amount of time to get my shot, so my approach is to KISS IT! That’s right - Keep it simple stupid. The easiest solution is SHADE! Yup, place your subject in the shade. Even in the middle of the day you can find shade almost anywhere. Good shade creates soft, even, flattering light that is awesome for portraits and modeling shots. I want to walk you through some examples of shots where I have used this technique and fill you in on some of the hows and why’s that you should keep in mind before you run out to shoot at high noon. Disclaimer - there is NO “perfect for everything lighting scenario”. Period. If you want to excel at photographing models or people in general using natural or even studio lighting, you have to learn how light works and more importantly how to “see light”. I don’t mean go out and learn about 2 to 1 lighting ratios and rembrandt lighting and that kind of stuff - you can if you really want to, but none of that will help you learn to see or use it creatively. SUBSCRIBE so that you don’t miss NEW VIDEOS! https://tog.chat/ytsubscribe PATREON Help me HELP YOU: https://tog.chat/patreon or donate via PayPal: https://tog.chat/paypal MY WEBSITE & BLOG http://www.JoeEdelman.com WANNA SEE MY GEAR? https://joeedelman.fyi/gear SHOP FOR TOGSWAG℠ http://www.togswag.com LET'S CONNECT! - Like & Follow on FACEBOOK: http://tog.chat/facebook - Follow on TWITTER: http://tog.chat/twitter - Follow on INSTAGRAM: http://tog.chat/instagram - Check my boards on PINTEREST: http://tog.chat/pinterest - Connect on LINKEDIN: http://tog.chat/linkedin - Connect on GOOGLE+: http://tog.chat/googleplus FTC Disclosure: No sponsors have paid for or provided equipment or material shown in this video #ishootpeople #joeedelman
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Module 15: Work Practice & Administrative Controls and PPE for Nanomaterials
 
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The objectives for this module are that, by the end, learners should be able to (1) choose control options in the context of the hierarchy of control, (2) modify work practices to reduce exposures, (3) recommend administrative control measures, and (4) select appropriate personal protective equipment. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introduction 00:05 - Work Practice & Administrative Controls and PPE for Nanomaterials 00:19 - Slide 3 00:40 - A definition of "control" 01:31 - Hierarchy of Control 01:59 - Hierarchy of Control 03:52 - Examples: Elimination 04:29 - Examples: Substitution 05:25 - Examples: Automation 06:11 - Examples: Isolation 06:40 - Examples: Ventilation 07:19 - Examples: Control Equipment 08:01 - Examples: Work Practice Controls 08:47 - Examples: Administrative Controls 09:27 - Examples: Personal Protective Equipment 09:51 - What is the role of PPE? 10:21 - PPE Standards 11:16 - Employer/Employee Responsibilities 12:18 - Training 12:56 - Head 14:36 - Slide 21 15:12 - Slide 22 16:27 - Slide 23 17:55 - Feet and Legs 19:21 - Foot Protection 20:55 - Respiratory Protection 22:07 - Types of Respirators 23:30 - Air-Purifying Respirators 24:07 - Filtering Facepiece 24:40 - PAPR 25:26 - Cartridges 27:08 - Filter Designations 28:07 - Supplied Air Respirator 28:26 - SCBA 29:14 - Assigned Protection Factors 30:55 - How to Select a Respirator 31:25 - Selection Example 32:25 - Respiratory Protection Program Elements 33:30 - Medical Evaluation 34:30 - Fit Testing 35:32 - Training 36:35 - Sample Respiratory Protection Programs 37:05 - Hands and Arms 37:51 - Chemical Resistant Gloves 38:30 - Glove Material Selection Criteria 39:36 - Glove Resources 40:22 - Body Protection 41:21 - Protective Clothing Examples 41:54 - Levels of Protection 43:28 - Slide 50 44:05 - Slide 51 44:48 - Slide 52 45:18 - Slide 53 45:41 - Slide 54 45:49 - Material Selection Criteria 46:21 - Materials 46:38 - Administrative Controls for ENMs 47:28 - Training for Nanomaterial Workers 48:13 - Safety Data Sheets 49:54 - Work Practice Controls for ENMs 50:27 - Work Practices: Minimize Energy Input 51:17 - Work Practices: Cleaning 52:34 - NIOSH-Recommended PPE for ENMs 53:27 - Nanoparticles & Protective Clothing 54:39 - Nanoparticles & Protective Clothing 55:29 - Nanoparticles & Gloves 56:17 - Nanoparticles & Gloves 57:27 - Nanopartcles & Filtering Facepieces 58:57 - Nanopartcles & Filtering Facepieces 59:47 - Slide 70 1:00:34 - Slide 71
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Workplace exposure standards and how to use them
 
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Linda Apthorpe from the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) discusses how best to use workplace exposure standards to protect workers from exposure to airborne contaminants.
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TSO Blog: First Exposure to the Reverse-VH technique
 
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Blog Category: Profile Based Training TRAINING YOUNG GOALIES SHOULD FOCUS ON REPETITION WITH GOOD FORM. THE TIMING OF WHEN AND HOW CERTAIN TECHNIQUES ARE INTRODUCED TO A YOUNG GOALIE'S TOOLBOX IS ALSO VERY IMPORTANT. For example, the VH and Reverse-VH positions create some unique strains on your body and should be carefully and progressively integrated into a student's lesson plan. A Profile Based Training Strategy promotes skill awareness that encourages the student to slowly execute the skill with the objective on learning the skill details and the proper movement. This was Marcus' first exposure to the Reverse-VH technique. The drill included the skill details on alignment of the RVH along with positional transitions of the post to Post Slide and the T-Push out from the RVH. Marcus brought a positive learning awareness and Richard is doing a great job of communicating the skill details. He is guiding Marcus to perform the drill at an 'Isolated' training speed that allows him to focus on understanding the skill details. Factors taken into consideration when determining when to introduce the student's to certain techniques: 1. How much strength does the student have in legs and hips? 2. Can the student maintain core stability throughout the transitions of the drill? 3. Does the student understand the breakdown of the segments? For goalies who are ready for these techniques, Maria Mountain from Goalie Training Pro has a helpful off-ice exercise to get physically stronger in order to properly execute the movement patterns of the VH and RVH techniques. CLICK LINK: http://bit.ly/2nOYVuX
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Philip Helmes | Rules of Engagement: Effective Construction Scheduling
 
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Construction projects inevitably experience events that challenge the schedule. Implementation of a timely protocol, akin to “rules of engagement” is a cost effective approach that reduces expensive dispute resolution. Responsibility can be nebulous, but effective schedule analysis can significantly improve performance and reduce unnecessary cost and frustration. Adopting a well-defined approach to a contemporaneous schedule impact analysis is a valuable risk mitigation tool that provides a basis for a timely decision to recover or extend the schedule time. What You Will Learn • Importance of effective scheduling • A systematic methodology for scheduling analysis • Risk mitigation tools Philip Helmes serves as an advisor and integrator in the formation, deployment, and analysis of complex capital projects. He brings over 35 years of project management, engineering, construction, and financial experience in real estate development, commercial and process projects, and heavy civil construction projects. Phil is an expert in project formation, management, controls, oversight, process/operations enhancement, performance risk management, and dispute resolution. With extensive experience managing and mitigating risk in the design and construction process, He is a highly regarded senior advisor noted for his hands-on field and project consulting experience. Phil possesses both technical and managerial expertise and is distinguished by his effective interpersonal skills and sensitivity to program challenges and constraints. He has been recognized by owners and agencies for possessing a keen understanding of the dynamics associated with public and private projects. Phil has consulted for owners, contractors, architects, engineers, and insurers on a number of multi-billion dollar infrastructure, commercial, and process projects. He has managed the technical and business requirements of land acquisition, approvals, construction funding, design, and build-out. Through Phil’s leadership, a project’s organizational effectiveness and overall success can be greatly enhanced. His deep exposure to and active participation in all aspects of management and project oversight have contributed to his ability to evaluate situations quickly and offer workable solutions. Additionally, Phil has testified in numerous matters regarding cost, schedule, and productivity issues. His hands-on field experience and involvement in over 200 forensic assessments have given him a comprehensive understanding of a project’s needs at all stages of development from preliminary planning through final closeout. Phil brings valuable perspective. Sponsored by Civil and Environmental Engineering http://cee.engin.umich.edu
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Highlights - Planning for a Joy-Filled Retirement - Hallmark Channel
 
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Get more from Physicians Mutual: https://www.physiciansmutual.com/ The countdown to retirement can be a time of anxiety for many people. Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family talks with Physicians Mutual Senior Vice President Bob Gunia about how planning ahead can help you achieve a successful and joyful retirement. Are you feeling anxious about the countdown to 65? If you’re approaching the magic age of 65 and are feeling a little nervous about the thought of retirement, you’re not alone. It’s common for people to worry about the future of their finances, their health, making the right choices for health care in retirement — and even how they’ll spend their time once they’re no longer tied to a schedule or identify with a job. Yet, retirement can also be an opportunity for a fresh start and a joyful experience. But, like anything else in life — whether we’re retired or not — it takes planning to achieve the joy and success we all desire. Take charge of the things you can control. While some aspects of life are largely out of our control — like our genetic health, for example — there is much we can control. For instance, we can exercise, eat healthy and get regular checkups. By managing the things within our control, we can limit our exposure to the unpleasant “surprises” that feed into our fear of the unknown. Planning ahead is key. Saving as much as you can during your working years is important. You also want to make sure you have the right health care coverage to meet your needs in retirement. Sorting through your coverage options for when you retire can be confusing. And if you’re like many people, you might worry about making the wrong decision for you. But you can help alleviate those worries by doing research ahead of time, and by getting the help you need from an insurance professional who can help you understand your Medicare options. Think of retirement as a time of renewal. The sense of confidence that comes from having the insurance piece of your retirement in place — and knowing you’ve made the best decisions for you — can allow you to focus on the joys of retirement and the pleasant surprises that come with it. In fact, retirement can be a time of renewal and personal growth. It can be a good opportunity to pick up where you left off when you were younger — when you were too busy working and raising a family to pursue your own interests. Maybe you want to learn how to play an instrument, take a painting class, pick up a new hobby, volunteer, or even hit the books and go back to school. A number of colleges and universities offer tuition at a reduced rate, or even free, for people over 60. You may be in for a pleasant surprise. One of the most pleasant surprises in retirement can be health insurance. It can make sense when you consider those Americans who, prior to retirement, may have been paying for private health insurance with a deductible of $1,000 or more. Many people who enroll in Medicare and choose a supplemental policy — to help cover what Medicare doesn’t — find their health coverage may be as good or better than when they worked. The other point to keep in mind is that health care costs tend to go up as we age. With Medicare Supplement insurance, your coverage cannot be dropped due to changes in your health status. And there are no provider networks, which is a plus if you enjoy traveling. Be mindful, do your research and focus on the joys. There are a lot of decisions people need to make as they approach retirement — and choosing the right health care coverage is one of the most important. The key is to be mindful, do your research and get the help you may need. Planning ahead and putting the right coverage in place can go a long way to help alleviate anxiety and “fear of the unknown,” allowing you to focus on the joys of retirement.
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Digital Business Consulting — Digital is Transforming the Insurance Industry — Cognizant
 
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Get answers to questions, like how do I run my IT in a more efficient way? How do I move to a bimodal IT arrangement? How do I modernize my IT to take advantage of new opportunities? How do I accelerate the transition to a digital business? These are the questions that will shape the future of the insurance business and will transform the impact on the insurance industry now. Learn more: http://cogniz.at/digitalYT Subscribe to our channel: http://cogniz.at/subscribeyt Watch more business consulting videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVBaN... Transcript: Welcome to Cognizant. Your partner with answers to questions for insurance carriers, like how do I run my IT in a more efficient way? How do I move to a bimodal IT arrangement? What are the options for getting more from my hybrid infrastructure? Can I decouple my legacy applications and have a multi-modal IT delivery model? Or like, how do I modernize my IT to take advantage of new opportunities? How do I go about moving to the cloud, for example, or benefit from on-premise installs to platform as a service adoption? And, finally, how do I accelerate the transition to a digital business? These are the questions that will shape the future of the insurance business. They're the questions we've been asking at Cognizant and we have the answers. IT efficiency, modernization, digital, we've got answers, frameworks, and approaches for your top priorities. And they are having a transformational impact on the insurance industry right now. Take Cognizant OptimaMedWise, for instance. This takes the complexity out of controlling medical benefits payments. Our team of nursing experts compares to the bills the approved treatment plans, saving you potentially millions in falsely paid medical expenses. We deliver the expertise your customers cannot afford to have in-house, simply and efficiently. That alone can help cut costs and dramatically improve your loss adjusted expenses. Another example is the Cognizant Interactive Exposure Map. This uses Google Maps to give your customers an in-depth, interactive view of aggregated risk. Knowing what risks you face in which areas can help you take steps to prepare for and mitigate losses. This in turn can help your business actively manage risk aggregation and overexposure in specific geolocations. These are just two examples of how Cognizant can help transform your customers' business today. There are many more. We offer a wide range of capabilities aimed at transforming your customer's insurance business. In our vision of the future, intelligent data extraction algorithms will write claim summary reports, while adjusters focus on the more complex aspects of each case. And the most junior adjuster will be able to handle complex field assignments because they can collaborate in real time with an experienced mentor via video. Connect with us to find out how insurers can enjoy this future today.
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