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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
Exposure Control Plan
 
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Views: 506 Blake Rudel
Exposure Control Plan
 
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Crystalline Silica & Respirable Exposures in Construction
 
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In September of 2017, enforcement by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of the construction industry’s new respirable crystalline silica standard is scheduled to begin. According to the agency, this final rule was issued to curb lung cancer, silicosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and kidney disease in America's workers by limiting their exposure to respirable crystalline silica. Crystalline silica is a common mineral found in many naturally occurring materials and industrial products. OSHA reports that approximately 2.3 million workers in the U.S. are exposed to respirable crystalline silica in their workplaces. These workers include 2 million in construction who drill, cut, crush or grind silica-containing materials such as concrete and stone, and 300,000 in general industry operations such as brick manufacturing, foundries and hydraulic fracturing (fracking). Before enforcement of the new rule, OSHA published estimates that more than 840,000 of the 2 million construction workers were likely being exposed to silica levels exceeding the new permissible exposure limit (PEL). The new standard reduces the permissible exposure limit for respirable crystalline silica to 50 micrograms per cubic meter of air, averaged over an 8-hour shift. The new rule also requires employers to: • Use engineering controls (such as water or ventilation) to limit worker exposure • Provide respirators when engineering controls cannot adequately limit exposure • Limit worker access to high exposure areas • Develop a written exposure control plan • Offer medical exams to highly exposed workers • Train workers on silica risks and how to limit exposures • Keep records of exposures and medical exams These are just a few things to know about occupational exposure risks to respirable crystalline silica for construction workers. To learn more about this or other industrial hygiene, indoor air quality, building science, environmental, health or safety issues, please visit the websites shown below. Clark Seif Clark http://www.csceng.com EMSL Analytical, Inc. http://www.emsl.com LA Testing http://www.latesting.com Zimmetry Environmental http://www.zimmetry.com
Views: 2026 Paul Cochrane
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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Ballooning and import into control plan
 
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The video shows how you can import characteristics from a drawing into a control plan. For more information, please visit our website: www.datalyzer.com
Protecting Oil and Gas Workers from Hydrocarbon Gases and Vapors
 
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Workers at oil and gas extraction sites could be exposed to hydrocarbon gases and vapors, oxygen-deficient atmospheres, and fires and explosions when they open tank hatches to manually gauge or collect fluid samples on production tanks. These exposures can have immediate health effects, including loss of consciousness and death. This video describes the hazards associated with manual gauging and fluid sampling on oil and gas production tanks and describes steps that employers and workers can take to do this work safely. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/video/lo-res/OIL-GAS-WSD-318/english/Oil_Tank_Gauging_(Final_English)_Lo-Res.mp4
Handling Silica in Construction | OSHAcampus.com Video
 
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Many materials in construction give off crystalline silica dust during the process of cutting, abrading, breaking, grinding, or drilling. This is a very real threat to the long-term health of employees. According to OSHA, a small amount of very fine respirable silica dust is enough to put workers at risk, while inhaling an excessive amount of the mineral can lead to some serious, sometimes fatal illnesses including tuberculosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, known as COPD, lung cancer, kidney disease, and silicosis. Since everyone is physiologically so different, symptoms may be seen right away in some, while others may not see any symptoms for years, if at all. To prevent the serious risk, OSHA has issued a set of standards that aims to protect workers in the construction industry from silica hazards. The standard requires companies to limit worker exposures to respirable crystalline silica, while also providing flexible alternatives which are especially useful for small businesses. An essential part of the safety measure against overexposure is the “Written Exposure Control Plan” which includes the engineering controls, policies, mandatory practices, and respiratory protection that are being used to limit contact and vulnerability to crystalline silica. OSHA Outreach Training provides an overview of this, as well as other steps than can be taken in order to control silica hazards in the workplace. Keep every aspect of your construction operation safe and protect your workers from the effects of overexposure to silica. The steps taken now can reduce the risk and help keep employees healthier long-term. Have any more questions? Visit www.oshacampus.com, or you can contact us at Call 888-360-8764 To connect with us, visit: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oshacampus Google+: https://plus.google.com/+OSHACampus-com Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/oshacampus Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OSHACampus360 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oshacampus_com/ Learn with OSHAcampus.com today!
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How to create Control Plan in t-method software
 
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You can learn, how to use the Control plan in the t-method software. Other related videos: How to create process flowchart https://youtu.be/RBmkLErsYM0 How to create FMEA https://youtu.be/4-UkE7rqZGk
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Complying with the OSHA Silica Dust Standard
 
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OSHA’s 2016 silica dust standard focuses on protecting workers from harmful silica dust. In order to comply with the new standard, industries handling silica dust must create a written exposure control plan and choose equipment to properly aid in collection and containment. With compliance dates as early as September 2017, it is now more important than ever to understand and comply with OSHA’s silica standard to protect workers.
Views: 18769 NilfiskVacuums
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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manufacturing process control plan example -- contract manufacturer agreement
 
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Break The Chain
 
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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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The Truth About The Illuminati Revealed
 
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Who were the original Illuminati? Are the Illuminati real? Is there a secret organization or society running the governments or is it all just a conspiracy theory? Find out in this SPECIAL episode of The Infographics Show: The Truth About The Illuminati Revealed WEBSITE (You can suggest a topic): http://theinfographicsshow.com SUPPORT US: Patreon.......► https://www.patreon.com/theinfographicsshow CHAT: DISCORD.....►https://discord.gg/theinfographicsshow SOCIAL: Facebook...► https://facebook.com/TheInfographicsShow Instagram..► https://www.instagram.com/theinfographicsshow Twitter........► https://twitter.com/TheInfoShow Subreddit...► http://reddit.com/r/TheInfographicsShow -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sources for this episode: Some Images used under license from Shutterstock.com
Views: 1219290 The Infographics Show
Use and Control Colour to Elevate your Landscape Photography
 
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Today we’re talking colour. Beautiful vibrant colour or even the complete lack of it. We’re going to look at how colour feeds into the entire photography process and how we can use and control that colour to improve our landscape photography. Follow First Man Photography for the latest updates: Instagram - http://bit.ly/InstaFirstMan My Gear - http://bit.ly/FirstManGear Get a FREE trial of Adobe Lightroom CC and Photoshop - http://bit.ly/AdobeFirstMan Last few workshops - http://bit.ly/WorkshopsFirstMan Style One of the first things to strike us when we first look at an image is the colour. This is particular true if the colour is designed to make a statement or the photographer has just made a complete hash of it, like some of those horrible HDR’s where it looks like you’ve just thrown up all over the page. How you use colour in your landscape photography is an important part of what gives you your style. Do you prefer big vibrant colours? Do you use more muted tones? Are you a black and white person? It doesn’t really matter and no way is better than the other but what is happening with the colour in your image is something we need to think about and not just end up happening by chance. Planning The type of story I want to tell with then guide the location I choose to photograph in. The weather also has an impact on colour. Sometimes I will head out chasing that story. For example, I am in a happy mood and I want a big colour sunset type shot. I’ve checked the weather and I know there is a chance of a colourful sky. I head to the beach, find a composition and hope that the big sky comes. Sometimes it doesn’t pay off but often it does and I have told that story because I was chasing it. On other occasions I’m not in control of where I’m taking pictures so I will adapt my story to the landscape I am in and what the weather is doing. That's exactly what happened in the Peak District. That location was set because I had plans with a friend. I knew the weather would be changeable and hopefully end well. I used colour in the images to drive that story of adverse weather from the desaturated drought shot, through the monochrome rain shot and the black and white bleak windy feeling at the top before heading through the extreme clouds and into the sunny colourful sunset at the end. Compose with Colour The next step I take is to compose my images with colour in mind. Placing some striking colour into an aspect of your composition can take a photograph from a good shot to a great shot. A blue sky compared to a big colourful sky is an obvious example the it is true of the foreground and mid ground too. Take British moorland as an example. It’s covered in Heather and most of the year it is an uninteresting browny green colour. But every Autumn/September time it flowers and turns into a stunning and vibrant pinky purple colour that can turn a composition. When you don’t have good light a scene will be much less vibrant like in dull grey conditions. When I am faced with that I will often combine the more muted colours with a long exposure to produce a more ethereal and fine art feel to the scene with muted colours or monochrome. Black and White and Monochrome I am not a big user of black and white landscape photography but I use it now and again. I think it’s really important to try and decide at the time of taking the picture if the final image should be black and white, rather than just using it in post to try an rescue a bad image. I still photograph in RAW colour but I have in mind that it will be black and white. I will decide to use black and white when I have a really interesting composition but the colours are dull and actually detract from the image. Even in those dull colours you can still have some really interesting tones that I know will work well in black and white. You can also post-process these tones much more aggressively than a colour image too to really add drama to a black and white photo. So a black and white image in monochrome but a monochrome image is not necessarily black and white. It just means we’re working with the varying tones of one colour. Monochrome images are difficult to plan for but it’s something I am massively attracted to when the conditions present themselves. There's lot more detail in the video or head over to my website to read the full story. My video photography tutorials, gear reviews and landscape vlogs are designed to entertain and document how I go about capturing my work. If it provides landscape photography tips and inspiration along the way then please share it with your friends so more people can benefit from the content. If you enjoyed this photography vlog I would really appreciate it if you subscribed to the channel so you can come along for the journey.
Views: 6809 First Man Photography
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.
Views: 948 Safe Work Australia
How To Create a Simple Beautiful Presentation Slide in Microsoft Office PowerPoint PPT
 
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PowerPoint is an enterprise level software and an amazing product of Microsoft Office. It has a great potential and the kind of features it provides are so easy to understand and simple to use that every student, manager, marketing executive or sales guy can easily create brilliant professional presentations. Microsoft Office PowerPoint is often underestimated but it allows us to create presentations, logos, banners, templates, designs, graphics, and most importantly video animations. A PowerPoint Presentation designed appropriately can really convince your target audience. A lot of design thinking needs to be put into a slide to make sure that the message is clearly delivered to the user. I have created all the videos in PowerPoint included in Microsoft Office 365 suite. My idea is to help my audience learn the PowerPoint and get to know how easy it is to create anything in presentation. Please Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/CreativeVenus You can download all the professional PowerPoint templates that I have created from the following URL: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0fCOrYneVQ0SEoyRkNvR3dUNU0 I have created the playlist of all the PowerPoint Training Videos. You can visit the URL: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHq0onhvyWme0oqqKUmULNeavFY5q9C8j About this Microsoft Office PowerPoint 365 Training Video: How To Create a Simple Beautiful Presentation Slide Easily in Microsoft Office PowerPoint PPT. I hope you like this Microsoft Office 365 PowerPoint Training Video. Please Like, share, comment and subscribe to watch more such videos. Follow Us on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/109609798992670836043 Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/creative_venus Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/creativevenus4u/
Views: 273107 Creative Venus
Respirable Crystalline Silica | OSHA Rule in Effect Now
 
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A new OSHA rule has gone into effect in 2018. OSHA now requires employers in construction and maritime to provide proper protection for their workers exposed to respirable crystalline silica. IAC has a 3 phase action plan that we provide companies with to help them comply with the new OSHA regulations. Contact us today at 800.334.7431 or visit us at www.fracsand-intl.com/silica-action-plan if you think you or your company is at risk of silica exposure.
OSHA "Dream" Training Video Sample - Medical Compliance Training
 
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This one-hour filmed training is unlike typical training videos. The movie captures the attention of its audience. It opens with a disheartened OSHA inspector reflecting on past inspections that are demonstrated through reenactments of real-life safety scenarios that can occur in medical and dental practices. Safety situations are memorable as they are presented in before and after scenarios. Performed by experienced OSHA experts, the training presents all aspects of OSHA safety and meets the requirements for annual OSHA employee training for medical and dental staff and providers. To learn more, visit: https://doctors-management.3dcartstores.com/OSHA-Employee-Training-on-DVD--Dream_p_78.html
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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.
Views: 39670 Rich Baum
Work Practice and Engineering Controls
 
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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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Proof of Weather Modification | NASA, HAARP & Chemtrail Technology ▶️️
 
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Weather hasn't been natural since the mid 1900's or maybe even earlier and NASA has it's name written all over it. Of course, HAARP and HAARP-like facilities as well as chemtrails play their role. Weather modification programs have been active for decades and still people choose to ignore them and act they are only "conspiracy theories". In this video I am breaking down older technolgies, but there are new ones like NEXRAD and SBX-1. Royal Society Geoengineering PDF: https://royalsociety.org/~/media/Royal_Society_Content/policy/publications/2009/8693.pdf Future Strategic Issues/Future Warfare [Circa 2025] PDF: http://fedgeno.com/documents/future-strategic-issues-and-warfare.pdf A Recommended National Program In Weather Modification PDF: https://chemtrailsplanet.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/national-weather-modification-program-nasa-1966.pdf Climate Change Weapons and Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/03/18/top-six-problems-with-ipcc-version-of-climate-change/ Geoengineering and Weather Modification Exposed https://climateviewer.com/geoengineering/ History of Weather Modification: https://weathermodificationhistory.com/ GPS Coordinates for 20 of the Top HAARP facilities http://goldenageofgaia.com/accountability/weather-warfare/gps-coordinates-for-20-of-the-top-haarp-facilities/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get a copy of my album 'Never Sleep Again': -------PHYSICAL------- https://goo.gl/P3LnOQ https://goo.gl/W7Lfdj -------DIGITAL------- iTunes: https://goo.gl/ZlCy5Z Amazon Music: https://goo.gl/Ht6btw Google Play: https://goo.gl/jjJQ49 CDbaby Digital: https://goo.gl/mNw82m ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Check out my Flat Earth and Anti-NASA T-Shirts and Accessories: RedBubble: http://www.redbubble.com/people/oddtv/shop ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vlog Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ODDtv3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ODDTV/ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/overdosedenvermusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/oddtv3 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/odd_tv_youtube/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Who is ODD Reality AKA Matt Procella?: http://oddtv3.blogspot.com/2017/10/who-is-odd-tv.html https://aplanetruth.info/ #WEATHER Natural weather no longer exists because of agencies like NASA and the Department of Defense. They admit that HAARP can tamper with the natural weather, but they claim it has been shut down. Funny thing about that is there are many other HAARP like facilities all over the world that do the same thing. When you combine it with geoengineering and chemtrails, you get full control over the weather. In this video, we also go over weather control in movies and tv shows such as 'Our Man Flint' (1966), 'Bionic Woman' (1977), 'G.I. Joe' Revenge of Cobra (1984) and 'The Avengers' (1998). These media artifacts demonstrate "Truth in plain sight" by rubbing weather control and military weather modification technology in our faces. The messed up thing is that, eventhough weather control is proven to exist and easily researchable, we still have to constantly prove the existence weather modification programs to the average zombie slave. If you're reading this and you're offended, you should be. This has been done to ALL of us on purpose. #top10
Views: 526334 ODD Reality
How to Reduce Your Risk
 
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http://www.probloodborne.com As standard precaution, identify potential infectious fluids (whether dry or wet), isolate each one, and do not touch them without personal protective equipment. Follow an employer's exposure control plan to minimize personal risk. These plans explain which job duties have a risk of infectious contact, training requirements, work place and engineering controls, and what to do when an exposure occurs. Work practice controls explain what an employee does to protect themselves while engineering controls explain what the employer gives employees to use to protect themselves. Video created by ProTrainings. Visit http://www.ProTrainings.com
Views: 6899 ProCPR
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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Star Trails Photography Tutorial: Take Pictures at Night
 
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Proving the Illuminati is Real!
 
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To all you crazy conspiracy theorist out there: You can stop now. It's been proven... Huge thank you to Justin Chon for coming through! Check out his channel: http://www.youtube.com/justinchon Check out my 2nd Channel for bloopers/behind-the-scenes and vlogs: http://www.youtube.com/higatv New #TEEHEE app here: iPhone: http://goo.gl/KXLz9j Android: http://goo.gl/RQZUK Follow me on TWITTER for more useless stuff about me http://www.twitter.com/therealryanhiga Like my FACEBOOK page if you're into that sorta stuff http://www.facebook.com/higatv Oh and here is MY SITE... for TEEHEE and LESS THAN THREE merch: http://www.higatv.com OR see some boring pics of me on INSTAGRAM! http://www.instagram.com/notryanhiga Send us mail or whatever you want here! PO Box 232355 Las Vegas, NV 89105
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Treatment for Children with OCD
 
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Few children are without certain worries or fears, and its normal for children to develop rituals, such as at bedtime. But for the estimated 1-2 percent of children with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), these thoughts and behaviors become so intense they can be both greatly distressing and disruptive of the childs ability to function. UCLAs Semel Institute and the Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA have opened one of the nations few hospital-based intensive outpatient treatment programs for these children. The UCLA Pediatric OCD Intensive Outpatient Program provides three hours of daily individual and group treatment for children ages 8-17, along with family therapy, parent education and support, and medication management. The program is offered four days a week for a minimum of two weeks, depending on the severity of the childs disorder. The severity and types of symptoms exhibited by children with OCD vary greatly, says R. Lindsey Bergman, Ph.D., the programs director. Though OCD is often portrayed as a fear of contamination or the need for things to be orderly, there is a wide range of symptoms. Dr. Bergman explains that most people with OCD have both obsessions and compulsions. Obsessions are anxiety-producing, difficult-to-control intrusive thoughts and fears, while compulsions are behaviors or rituals typically developed in an attempt to reduce the anxiety associated with the obsessive thoughts. A compulsion can also appear unrelated to an intrusive thought. For example, sometimes a behavior such as counting or touching is done repetitively until it feels right rather than because an intrusive thought triggered the behavior. In other cases, the ritual or behavior can be directly related or in response to the obsessive thought. For instance, fear of contamination can lead the child to want to avoid physical contact or public spaces. A childs concern about having the numbers and letters on schoolwork look just right can lead to constant erasing until there are holes in the paper and the work is never completed. Religious or moral obsessions, termed obsessive scrupulosity, may result in compulsive confessions or praying for forgiveness, even over the smallest incident or behavior that others would not judge as objectionable. Research has provided evidence for two effective OCD treatments, Dr. Bergman says. One is medication, most commonly in the form of prescribed selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors. The other — often used in combination with the medication — is a particular form of cognitive behavioral therapy called exposure and response prevention. The child is exposed to the feared thought while resisting engaging in the compulsive behavior, in a graduated fashion — practicing at first with something thats just a little bit scary, Dr. Bergman explains. A reward system is used to reinforce the childs attempts at engaging in exposure activities regardless of their success in resisting compulsions. Over time, and with follow-up at home, compulsive behaviors are extinguished as the exposures demonstrate that negative consequences do not result when the compulsive behavior or ritual is resisted. www.uclahealth.org
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Bulb Ramping with the Promote Controller - Sunrise Example
 
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For a full tutorial on how to setup and use the Promote Controller, head over to my Blog: http://blog.grantkaye.com/bulb-ramping-1-promote-controller/ I plan to expand this into a full video tutorial in the coming weeks.
Views: 1249 Grant Kaye
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
Views: 135 Mentoring Moe
M275D - Infection Control in Healthcare: Safe Work Practices
 
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http://www.medcominc.com TO ORDER, PLEASE CALL (800) 541-0253 Safe practices have been developed by OSHA, the CDC and NIOSH to help prevent and control the spread of infectious diseases. It is essential that all healthcare professionals be aware of and abide by these preventive practices. This is the fourth course in the five part series on Infection Control in Healthcare and is designed to introduce and discuss these infection control policies. After completing this course, the learner should be able to: • Explain the importance of performing proper hand hygiene • Describe and properly perform the different hand hygiene methods • Perform appropriate fingernail care • Describe the appropriate use of personal protective equipment • Demonstrate how to remove personal protective equipment properly • Describe considerations related to infection control safe practices For more information about this program, please call (800) 877-1443 or go to: http://www.medcomrn.com/index.php/product_category/Infection_Control?preview=Y#M275D
Views: 322 Medcom Trainex
8. OCD Treatment: How to stop the thoughts!
 
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CBT Therapist Katie d'Ath talks about whether it is possible to get rid of the unwanted thoughts that people suffering with OCD experience.
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Photography Tutorial: ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed
 
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Massdrop Photo Community: http://dro.ps/teksyndicate Music: http://bit.ly/Trk2ik, Merch: http://epicpants.com Our photograph community: https://forum.teksyndicate.com/c/community/photography Game Deals: https://teksyndicate.com/gamedeals Join the community: https://teksyndicate.com/user/register You can create a new account or join using your google, steam, facebook, openID, twitter, linkedin, yahoo, etc. If you have questions, comments, suggestions, or if would like to use a portion of this video please email us: inbox@teksyndicate.com For marketing (sponsorship opportunities) inquiries email info@teksyndicate.com Social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/teksyndicate Logan's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Logan_RTW Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teksyndicate
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7 Tips to Stop Hypervigilence from PTSD
 
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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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Auditing: Audit Sampling: Lecture 14 - Professor Helen Brown Liburd (Spring 2014)
 
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Principles of Auditing: Professor Liburd Lecture 14 Audit Sampling 4/18/14 Please visit our website at http://raw.rutgers.edu TIME STAMPS 0:10 When is Sampling Used 4:01 Sampling Risks 12:20 Sampling Approaches 17:06 Representative Sampling 20:06 Minimizing Sampling Risk 20:47 Summary of Sampling Risks 24:28 Sampling Approach Steps 35:20 Variables Sampling 37:13 Attribute Sampling 38:45 Sampling Risks Associated with Attributes Sampling 40:30 Factors Affecting Sample Size 46:32 How to Determine Sample Size 49:35 Making the Decision 53:43 No such thing as an isolated misstatement! 54:36 Documentation Sampling is used when exact information is not needed, and when a large population is being dealt with. It trades effectiveness for efficiency. Sampling [in auditing] is used for study and evaluation of internal control (selecting control procedures to verify compliance, attributes sampling), and substantive procedures (selecting components or transactions of account balances for verification & variables sampling). Sampling risk is the risk that an auditor reaches an incorrect conclusion because the sample is not representative of the population (inherent part of audit sampling). It is controlled by determining an appropriate sample size, ensuring that all items have an equal opportunity of selection, and mathematically evaluating sample results. Non sampling risk is the risk that audit tests do not uncover existing exceptions in the sample. It results from the auditor's failure to recognize exceptions due to inappropriate or ineffective audit procedures. It is controlled by training, supervision, reasonable working conditions, and effort. Statistical sampling methods use the laws of probability to select sample items and evaluate sample results. Statistical sampling methods measure the auditor's exposure to sampling risk. Nonstatistical sampling violates one or both of the above criteria. Both statistical sampling and non statistical sampling can be used in a GAAS audit. A represenative sample is one in which the characteristics in the sample of audit interest are approximately the same as those of the population (the sample accurately represents the total population). An auditor can increase the likelihood of a representative sample by using care in designing the sampling process and selection, and evaluating the results. Overall, effectiveness losses can include risk of overreliance (assessing control risk too low) and risk of incorrect acceptance. Efficiency losses include risk of underreliance (assessing control risk too high) and the risk of incorrect rejection. To plan the sample, the auditor must state the objectives of the audit test (test operating effectiveness of internal control), decide whether audit sampling applies, define attributes and exception conditions, define the population (significance of completeness), define the sampling unit (must be consistent with audit objective), specify the tolerable rate of deviation, specify acceptable risk of assessing control risk too low, estimate the population exception rate, and determine the initial sample size. To select the sample and perform the audit procedures, the auditor must select the sample and perform the audit procedures. To evaluate the results, the auditor must generalize from the sample to the population, analyze exceptions, and decide the acceptability of the population. To receive additional updates regarding our library please subscribe to our mailing list using the following link: http://rbx.business.rutgers.edu/subscribe.html
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Bloodborne Pathogens - Engineering Controls for Non-Healthcare Facilities
 
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For more information, please visit: http://osha.oregon.gov/edu/courses/Pages/oc/bloodborne-pathogens-online-course.aspx
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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Chemical Engineering/Technology Mock Interview 6 of 28
 
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Realistic Chemical Engineering & Technology Interviews: 6 of 28 - Chemical Process Safety, Process Instrumentation & Control, and Energy Conservation. For infinite number of professional interviews (exactly as you experience in professional companies - Technical + HR), visit https://InterviewMax.com. This interview series covers graduate syllabus and the syllabus of Masters degree to a great extent. For example, the key topics like, Chemical process safety, safety culture, storage of dangerous materials, plant layout safety systems, OSHA incidence rate, FAR, FR, The accident process, Initiation, propagation, and termination, toxicology: ingestion, inhalation, injection, dermal absorption, dose versus response curves, relative toxicity, threshold limit values, Industrial hygiene, government regulations, identification, evaluation, evaluating exposures to volatile toxicants by monitoring, evaluating worker exposures to dusts, evaluating worker exposures to noise, estimating worker exposures to toxic vapors, Technology and process selection, scale of disaster, fire triangle, distinction between fires and explosion, definitions of ignition, auto-ignition temperature, fire point, flammability limits, mechanical explosion deflagration and detonation, confined explosion, unconfined explosion, vapour cloud explosions, boiling liquid expanding vapour explosion (BLEVE), dust explosion, shock wave, flammability characteristics of liquids and vapours, minimum oxygen concentration (MOC) and inerting, Control of toxic chemicals, Storage and handling of flammable and toxic chemical, Runway reactions, Relief system risk and hazards management, Design to prevent Fires and Explosions: Inerting, static Electricity, Explosion proof equipment and Instrument, Ventilation, sprinkler systems and Miscellaneous Design for preventing Fires and Explosion, Hazards identification: process hazards checklists, hazard surveys, hazard and operability studies (HAZOP), safety reviews. Risk assessment: review of probability theory, interaction between process units, revealed and unrevealed failure, probability of coincidence, event trees and fault trees, Safety versus production, Hazard models and risk data. Tackling disasters, plan for emergency. Risk management routines, Emergency shutdown systems, Role of computers in safety, Prevention of hazard human element, Technology and process selection, Chemical Process Safety, Loss prevention in process Industries, Industrial Hazards and Safety Handbook, Safety Science, hazards and Evaluation, Management of Disasters, Industrial hygiene, Control of toxic chemicals, Hazards identification. For details visit the website https://InterviewMax.com
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How to talk to an employee who might be experiencing domestic violence
 
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This video provides an example of how to start a conversation with an employee who you think might be experiencing domestic violence. For more information visit www.worksafebc.com/domesticviolence.
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construction pre-planning
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload)
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OSHA Silica Dust Regulation
 
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Still using fiber cement? New rules mean higher costs and more paperwork. Avoid the risks of silica dust exposure and consider a new option.
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Day to Night Time-lapse Tutorial: The "Holy Grail" Technique Explained
 
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Did you know our videos are possible because of Patreon supporters! https://www.patreon.com/52things Join the community so we can make science communication and teach others to do the same! The Holy Grail Time-lapse technique is a way of shooting your day to night time-lapses whereby you constantly adjust your exposure throughout the sunrise or sunset. In this video timelapse tutorial, I attempt to walk you through the entire process from start to finish. That includes finding a location, setting the camera and then walking through the images in post production. Location: The following are my tips on finding a good location. 1. Get ahold of the local film/photography club and ask for advice. 2. Drive around the city ahead of time. 3. Look for your location via google maps - either via the images search or via google earth view. Camera Settings: There are two ways to shoot these sorts of timelapses: Aperture Priority and Manual adjustment. In both techniques I recommend leaving the whitebalence set to auto (although you can lock this as well). Make sure the keep the focus set to manual. In aperture priority mode, you simply let the camera adjust the shutter speed. However, the technique is only great when the sky is clear. Manual adjustment must be done in combination with a program like LRtimelapse Using LRtimelapse: I just started using LRtimelapse and am really blown away by how it improves the workflow. I highly recommend it (nobody told me to say that). I suggest watching this short explanation to give you a feel for what it can do. Then, go and download the trial version of LRtimelapse4. It gives you the ability to manipulate 400 picture sequences. That ends up being a 13 second timelapse, so it's a great tool to start with small timelapses. Then, if you like it, you can buy the personal user addition for 100 bucks. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial. A few small notes in my timelapse: a. I did bump the tripod once so I suggest avoiding that. b. I stopped the timelapse half a dozen times to look at the images and accidentally took a few too many test shots in the middle. That made the clouds jump a bit. Avoiding that will make a perfectly smooth final product. ============================================== Read more about this day to night technique: http://www.untamedscience.com/filmmaking/advanced-filmmaking/day-to-night-timelapse/ Our GEAR: Our Camera: http://amzn.to/2B6R9Ep The Adventure Camera Bag : http://amzn.to/2B8WYRH Main Lens - http://amzn.to/2C7XX48 Macro Lens - http://amzn.to/2hHUhxW Telephoto Lens - http://amzn.to/2za1FJV MegaWide Lens - http://amzn.to/2z9KtnS On-camera Mic - http://amzn.to/2hGuSVt Drone - http://amzn.to/2z84Bqc Moving Timelapse setup - http://amzn.to/2Bc4ZWk GoPro - http://amzn.to/2z8NTqV Our Filmmaking Book!!! - http://amzn.to/2zV88LS Music comes from here - Rob's edits: https://goo.gl/roSjb7 Jonas' music: https://goo.gl/Nw3p2N Our full gear setup: https://kit.com/UntamedScience (if you buy from any of these links you help support us) FOLLOW US: Instagram (Rob): https://www.instagram.com/untamedscience Instagram (Jonas): https://www.instagram.com/behindthescience/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/untamedscience Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/untamedscience Website: http://www.untamedscience.com WANT EVEN MORE? Can’t wait through 2018 for all our new 52Things? Here are 52 ready-to-go and worth your time: http://www.untamedscience.com/blog/52things/ If you're new to filmmaking: our Series on Basic Photo and Video Techniques: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-EG-A7IRIc Our Untamed Science YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/UntamedScience Help us create amazing, world-reaching content by translating and transcribing videos on our channel: https://goo.gl/5tKxZZ Special thanks to Michelle Lotker for help in this episode. More on her here: http://www.michellelotker.com/ Music: "Movie Intro (entwined)" and "Inspiring short" via Audiojungle.net Special thanks to our Patrons: You all are AMAZING and AWESOME! https://www.patreon.com/52things
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