Table of Contents
Industry Scope 2
Definition of Industry Scope 2
Products Made 2
Injury Statistics 3
Industry Processes 4
Typical Processes 4
Specific Processes 5
Equipment Used 5
Industry Hazards 6
Process Hazards and Related Occupational Injuries and Diseases 6
Industry Controls and Standards 6
Applicable Legislation 6
Codes of Practice and Control Programs Used in or Designed for this Industry 7
Definition of Industry Scope
The securityindustry covers both security guards in addition to security systems; although, only security guard information will be explored. The scope for the securityindustry is vast as there are a number of different types of security officer titles as well as sites. Sites that require security can range from an office building to a construction site. However, regardless of the site location all officers generally conduct patrols of their designated area either on foot, bicycle or vehicle to ensure personal are safe and the location is secure against fire, theft, vandalism or any other illegal activity (Paladin Security, 2013). If...
...for MIS research using survey.
The first part of the paper defines survey research and discuss its application.
Difference between survey and survey research
In general, a survey is a means of gathering information about one or many certain characteristics, or opinion of a population.
A survey research is conducted to advance scientific knowledge ⇒ for research purpose
Produce quantitative results. The subjects may be individuals, groups, organization, or also may be projects, applications…
The main way of collecting information is by asking people structured and predefined questions
The sample is large enough to allow extensive statistical analyses
In order to best understand the application of survey method, we compare survey research with 2 other dominant methods in MIS: case studies and lab experiments.
Case studies involve the examination of a phenomenon in its natural setting. The researcher has no control over the phenomenon, but can control the scope and time of the examination
May not have clearly dependent and independent variables
Most appropriate when the researcher is interested in the relation between context and the phenomenon of interest.
Lab experiments involve examination of a phenomenon in a controlled settting.
Researcher manipulates the independent variables and see the effects on the dependent...
Business Research Task
Small to Medium Enterprise
Word Count: 2645
The chosen SME that I have decided to establish is a house cleaning business. Not only cleaning interior but if needed the exterior also.
1. Situational analysis considering:
1.1 Influences in establishing a SME
The reason that I wanted to establish a business of my own, this one being a house cleaning business is that the target market of people who have less time on their hands and wish to have their house cleaned will pay and the number of people in this area is increasing dramatically. Also as this requires human resources and manual labour it does not require many skills or degrees to higher some people to be on the payroll and to gain more business. This business can also be established from scratch or by buying into a franchise, but I will start from scratch as this is also an exterior cleaning business.
1.2 SWOT Analysis
1.3 Classification of Business
The business that I have chosen to establish is a service business, which means that is offers services or intangible assets and it charges for labour rather than a good which is sold. The business will also end up being over 20 workers making it a medium enterprise and in this way it will expand from just the small area around where we being to more of Sydney.
1.4 Vision and goals
“To provide a busy family home with a quick, thorough cleaning service which is accurate, on time, staff friendly and always...
...Global Transportation Safety and Transportation Security Market 2014-2018
Transportation safety and security systems are highly advanced systems, which have gained popularity recently. Adequate safety and security measures remain a prerequisite for any transport system. These systems are an integral part of aviation, cargo supply chain, maritime, and other popular passenger transport systems such as roadways and railroads. Law enforcement, border security, and intelligence agencies work with each other in a multi-jurisdictional platform on the basis of inputs provided by these systems. With the increasing traffic and goods in transit, and integration between different modes, it has become imperative for concerned agencies to ramp up security measures in sensitive infrastructures.
Covered in this Report
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Transportation Safety and Transportation Security market for the period 2014-2018. The report considers the four major verticals (modes) where this system is used: Airways, Seaways, Roadways, and Railways.
Honeywell International Inc.
Rapiscan Systems Ltd.
Other Prominent Vendors
“Brand Building & Brand Segmentation Strategy of Titan”
Table of Contents
Sr.No | Particulars | Page No. |
1 | Introduction | 5 |
2 | The Laws of Branding | 7 |
3 | Factors That Should Be Considered For Effective Brand Building Equity | 10 |
4 | Effective Brand Segmentation Strategy | 13 |
5 | Factors or Conditions That Contribute To Successful Segmentation | 13 |
6 | Sub – Brands of Titan | 16 |
7 | Customer Relationship Management at Titan | 21 |
8 | The Road Ahead | 22 |
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TITAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
Effective brand building and segmentation strategy
In 4 continents, 40 countries and 1500 cities around the world, there is a new brand to reckon – “ Titan “, the new world watch.
Established in 1987, titan is a part of the $8 billion Tata group, a diversified business conglomerate with interest in automobiles, steel, information technology, telecommunications, energy, chemicals, hotels, consumer products and tea.
In a short span of 13 years, Titan has clocked global sales of over 38 million watches and emerged as a world’s 6th largest manufacturer brand with sales last year touching 6 million watches. Currently Titan enjoys a nearly 40% share of the domestic quartz market (more tan three times the size of its nearest competitor) and close to a 50% share among the nationally recognized brands. Titan represents a unique blend of high-end Japanese technology, legendary European design and renowned Indian craftsmanship....
COLLECTIVE SECURITY DURING THE
Collective security during the interwar period
The term ‘collective security’ can be defined as a security agreement in which all states cooperate directly, collectively, and and every state accepts that the security of one is in the concern of all. In other words, when one of the states part of this agreement violates the rights to freedom of other nations, all other member states will have to join forces to restore peace, penalizing the aggressor state. This model is based on participation and compulsoriness. An agressor state is about to meet a united opposition of the entire world community. The concept of collective security is based on the consent of all or the majority of states to act against any state that unlawfully violates peace. The main idea of collective security is the assumption that no state will want to change the power and order of world community, and if so, all other states will act together against the aggressor state in order to reestablish the global equilibrium. An ideal collective security organization assumes a very high degree of congruent interest among its members.1 Interstate rivalry and power politics and effectively elliminated.2
As a legal form of states’ cooperation, a collective security system differs from any...
The analysis of Factors affecting choice of college:
A case study of UNLV hotel College students
So Jung Lee
William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration
University of Nevada Las Vegas
Hyun Kyung Chatfield
William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration
University of Nevada Las Vegas
REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Many studies on college student decision-making use economic and sociologic theoretical frameworks to examine factores of college choice(Hearn, 1984; Jackson, 1978; Tierny, 1983; Somers, Haines & Keene; 2006). These frameworks have been used to develop three theoretical, conceptual approaches to modeling college choice.
First, the economic models focus on the econometric assumptions that prospective college students think rationally and make careful cost-benefit analyses when choosing a college( Hossler, Schmit, & Vesper, 1999). Second, the status-attainment models assuma a ulitarian decision-making process that students go through in choosing a college, specifying a variety of social and individual factors leading to occupational and educational aspirations(Jackson, 1982). Third the combined models incorporate the rational assumptions in the economic models and components of the status attainment models. Most Combined models divide the student decision-making process into three phases: aspirations development and alternative evaluation; options consideration; and...
...The feasibility of garlic (Allium sativum L.) as pesticide
This study aims to know if garlic (Allium sativum L.) is feasible in making pesticide. Garlic (Allium sativum L.) is a species in the onion family alliacease. The leaves, stems and flowers (bulbils) on the head (spathe) are also edible and are most often consumed while immature and still tender.
In making the pesticide, the methods used are concentrating all the ingredients in making the pesticide. First, allow 3 ounces of finely chopped garlic to soak in 2 teaspoons of mineral oil for 24 hours. Add 1 pint of water and 1⁄4 ounce of liquid dish soap. Stir well and strain into a glass jar for storage. Upon making the spray, combine 1-2 tablespoons of concentrate in 1 pint of water to make the spray. Results showed that the pesticide produced is yellowish brown.
In testing and evaluating the effectiveness of the pesticide from garlic, the product was applied on bugs and observes after 10 minutes. After observing, the cockroaches were found dead.
Therefore, garlic is feasible in making pesticide. This pesticide cannot harm humans and it is environment friendly.
Background of the Study
Allium sativum L., commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion family alliacease. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, and chive. Garlic has been used throughout recorded history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. It...