Which is an example of a safety or health resource that you would find outside of your workplace

QUESTION POSTED AT 01/06/2020 - 04:37 PM

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What Can I Change Here? Any Grammar Issues ANYTHING! I Need This To Be Fixed By Any Little Thing. THANK YOU!! These Paragraphs Are About Gender Bias In Our World!! It’s hard enough being a woman, or a man, but it gets even worse when there are people in the world that think one gender is better than another. Gender bias is when one gender thinks that they’re better. This is less common than it was in the 90s. Now, it's less subtle. They can judge you when you’re buying a house, at a job, or even just sharing your opinion. Nowadays people that put one gender above the other do it in a way that it offends a majority of the gender. For example, in an article I was reading it states that in conferences that have female business leaders, most male speakers pay less attention to them and ask them more downgrading questions about profits and how their business works. Yes, that may not be significant to some people but for a business woman it feels like all they've accomplished was for nothing. Women do get the majority of the judgment. According to my website it has a picture which shows that female entrepreneurs get different question that don't really give detail on what they're doing. Usually in male-female entrepreneur relationships, studies and interviews show that the male does the talking and leaves the profits for the woman to do. Also when searching about the Babson College’s Diana Project it is stated that most woman would rather pick a female entrepreneur partner, because "It's easier to be on the same level and we can share the work evenly." Gender bias is a real problem in schools and workplaces, most people don’t see that. There are various news articles about teachers who treat female and male students differently based on, “They have different ways of learning.” People may not understand that men and women are exactly the same. Why do people have the need to put themselves above others? Well, people believe that the reason people see one gender above is because they may have witnessed that growing up as a child. For example, say a young boy saw his father always ordering around his wife/mother. The boy would then assume, growing up seeing that, he should have his wife do that also. Or if a young girl believed her father if he were to say she couldn’t do sports or things that are for “boys only.” There are various reasons why they think this but we wouldn’t know for sure. One way to stop this from happening even more throughout the future is to start with, of course, the children. We need to teach them that we are all equals. Some ways to do this is, in schools, preferably in preschool to 1st grade, is to change they way teachers speak and teach to students. Like, when singing songs like Old McDonald, we can say Old MacDonald. We can also make sure that teachers do not pay more attention to one gender than another. Teachers can also try to say phrases like “they, we them.” Rather than he or she.

QUESTION POSTED AT 08/04/2020 - 07:53 PM

Which sentence from Mark Twain's essay "Advice to Youth" conveys Twain's opinion about why one’s youth is the right time to learn good values? Being told I would be expected to talk here, I inquired what sort of talk I ought to make. They said it should be something suitable to youth--something didactic, instructive, or something in the nature of good advice. Very well. I have a few things in my mind which I have often longed to say for the instruction of the young; for it is in one’s tender early years that such things will best take root and be most enduring and most valuable. First, then. I will say to you my young friends--and I say it beseechingly, urgingly-- Always obey your parents, when they are present. This is the best policy in the long run because if you don't, they will make you. Most parents think they know better than you do, and you can generally make more by humoring that superstition than you can by acting on your own better judgment. Be respectful to your superiors, if you have any, also to strangers, and sometimes to others. If a person offend you, and you are in doubt as to whether it was intentional or not, do not resort to extreme measures; simply watch your chance and hit him with a brick. That will be sufficient. If you shall find that he had not intended any offense, come out frankly and confess yourself in the wrong when you struck him; acknowledge it like a man and say you didn't mean to. Yes, always avoid violence; in this age of charity and kindliness, the time has gone by for such things. Leave dynamite to the low and unrefined.

QUESTION POSTED AT 05/03/2020 - 11:08 AM

I need your help please!!!! 11. This is a non-binding, collaborative arrangement among its members that provides a legal framework for states to assist one another in managing a disaster or an emergency that has been declared by the governor of the impacted state. A. Emergency Management Assistance Compact B. DoD Instruction 6055.06 C. Immediate Response Authority D. Memorandum of Agreement 12. Incidents typically begin and end locally and are managed on a daily basis at the lowest possible geographical, organizational, and jurisdictional level. A. True B. False 13. The United States military, more formally known as United States Armed Forces, consists of how many services? A. three B. four C. five D. six 14. This Title 10 Active Duty officer is assigned to each FEMA region and is generally involved in DoD's response to Defense Support to Civilian Authorities (DSCA). A. Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer B. Federal Coordinating Officer C. Defense Coordinating Officer D. State Coordinating Officer 15. During a Federal response, the Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) only works with the DoD. A. True B. False 16. What is the first line of military response to most incidents? A. State Defense Forces B. U.S. Marine Corps C. The National Guard D. U.S. Army 17. The National Guard Weapons of Mass Destruction - Civil Support Teams (CSTs) are frequently called out to investigate suspicious substances that are discovered in the course of other organizations' routine activities such as during a response by the police law enforcement or in mail handling by the Post Office. A. True B. False 18. These voluntary forces are typically trained in specialized disciplines such as law, communication, search and rescue, or medicine. A. State defense forces B. Support defense forces C. Military defense forces D. Field defense forces 19. Mostly found within the Army, this category of military resources can be associated with transport and engineering. A. airlift B. communications C. heavy equipment 20. Usually, the commitment of Federal military forces for civil support operations follows a Presidential disaster declaration under which Act? A. Insurrection B. Stafford C. Posse Comitatus D. Economy

QUESTION POSTED AT 28/02/2020 - 11:34 AM

I Really need your help!!please im in need 1. Which military service is unique for its maritime law enforcement authority? A. Coast Guard B. Air Force C. Army D. Navy 2. What triggers long-term Federal recovery programs and response assets? A. Pre-scripted Mission Assignment B. Presidential Major Disaster Declaration C. Emergency Management Assistance Compact D. Emergency Declaration 3. What is the rule-of-thumb time limit for Department of Defense immediate response authority operations? A. 12 hours B. 24 hours C. 36 hours D. 72 hours 4. What military resource is involved in many of the public works related to the nation's waterways and coastal areas including dams, levees, and waterway dredging? A. Military Auxiliary Radio System B. Civil Air Patrol C. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary D. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 5. Which Act prohibits Title 10 forces from conducting law enforcement activities? A. Insurrection B. Stafford C. Posse Comitatus D. Economy 6. Tribal governments can elect to go to the state for disaster assistance or deal directly with the Federal government. A. True B. False 7. What is the best practice for planning for military resources? A. establishing and developing relationships with military officials B. selecting the appropriate planning tools and methods C. obtaining all information relating to ESF activities relating to a disaster D. researching online sources and databases for information 8. Which military component belongs to the various states on a day-to-day basis? A. Reserve B. National Guard C. Active Duty 9. This auxiliary to the Air Force is a volunteer civilian organization that performs search and rescue, courier service, and disaster relief operations. A. Military Auxiliary Radio System B. Civil Air Patrol C. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary D. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 10. Law enforcement activities are authorized under Immediate Response Authority (IRA). A. True B. False 11. This is a non-binding, collaborative arrangement among its members that provides a legal framework for states to assist one another in managing a disaster or an emergency that has been declared by the governor of the impacted state. A. Emergency Management Assistance Compact B. DoD Instruction 6055.06 C. Immediate Response Authority D. Memorandum of Agreement 12. Incidents typically begin and end locally and are managed on a daily basis at the lowest possible geographical, organizational, and jurisdictional level. A. True B. False 13. The United States military, more formally known as United States Armed Forces, consists of how many services? A. three B. four C. five D. six 14. This Title 10 Active Duty officer is assigned to each FEMA region and is generally involved in DoD's response to Defense Support to Civilian Authorities (DSCA). A. Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer B. Federal Coordinating Officer C. Defense Coordinating Officer D. State Coordinating Officer 15. During a Federal response, the Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) only works with the DoD. A. True B. False 16. What is the first line of military response to most incidents? A. State Defense Forces B. U.S. Marine Corps C. The National Guard D. U.S. Army 17. The National Guard Weapons of Mass Destruction - Civil Support Teams (CSTs) are frequently called out to investigate suspicious substances that are discovered in the course of other organizations' routine activities such as during a response by the police law enforcement or in mail handling by the Post Office. A. True B. False 18. These voluntary forces are typically trained in specialized disciplines such as law, communication, search and rescue, or medicine. A. State defense forces B. Support defense forces C. Military defense forces D. Field defense forces 19. Mostly found within the Army, this category of military resources can be associated with transport and engineering. A. airlift B. communications C. heavy equipment 20. Usually, the commitment of Federal military forces for civil support operations follows a Presidential disaster declaration under which Act? A. Insurrection B. Stafford C. Posse Comitatus D. Economy

QUESTION POSTED AT 28/02/2020 - 11:32 AM