Ethical Issues

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Ethical Issues

Ethical Issues
In this paper the author will explain his point of view from the simulation. He will discuss the decisions made in the simulation. He will describe his perspectives and lenses found in the simulation. And finally he will discuss concepts that relate to his situations on the job. The lab got behind on a few projects and did not finish testing a particular product until it was sent out to stores. When the lab did tests, they found a contaminate in the product. All samples tested 100% positive for GBS-F. This impurity was found in one of the ingredients used to make this product. Only one third of the total product did not test positive. The contaminated product was reported as well under the levels required by the Food and Drug Administration. The company found out that the risk of reaction in healthy adults was extremely low. People with compromised immune systems are at a slightly elevated risk than healthy adults, especially with continued use. The overall risk of the contaminate being in the drug is low. The biggest problem is finding out how much of the product is contaminated with GBS-F. Results from the lab show that all of the batch may be contaminated. The first step is to find out what the problem is. Second, I will figure out what the issue is that I am facing. I will need to break down the problem into small parts so that I can analyze the problem clearly. Then I need to frame the issue. Next, I ask the first question. I will try not to ask the wrong questions. I will watch out for false issues. I won’t worry about unimportant issues. If I have more than one issue, I will solve each issue one at a time. The most important issue will be the first issue to address. I won’t worry about my own reputation being compromised. This may lead me to taking the easy way out of the issue. Focus on more than one option. The process is still early and jumping to a conclusion could lead to making a wrong decision. Look for the core...
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