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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Conductive Hearing Loss, Personal Protective Equipment, Stress (Mechanics)

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Physical agents sources of energy that may cause injury or disease. Ambient all-encompassing condition associated with a given environment, being usual
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Study Guide - Final Guide: Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, Personal Protective Equipment, Occupational Injury

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14 Apr 2015
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Occupational Injury, Occupational Disease, Occupational Safety And Health

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14 Apr 2015
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Workplace accidents continue to occur with consequences ranging from minor property damage to death. Hr departments bear the greatest burden for monito
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Reverse Innovation, Market Analysis, Laundry Detergent

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14 Apr 2015
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The problems: market insensitivity, imperialism, resistance from local managers. Minimizing the problem: gaining subsidiary input by building multiple
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Study Guide - Multinational Corporation, Brand Management, Global National

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14 Apr 2015
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Force Works, Emerging Markets

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14 Apr 2015
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As a result of a growing distrust of mnes, a popular groundswell against globalization began to gather in the early years of the 21st century. The incr
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Technology Transfer, High Tech, Administrative Controls

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14 Apr 2015
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The key challenge facing a company was assumed to be its ability to maintain its independence by maintaining strong control over its activities. This i
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Personal Protective Equipment, Motivation, Occupational Safety And Health

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14 Apr 2015
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Several ways to categorize health and safety programs: engineering interventions, administrative interventions, and behavioural interventions. Engineer
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Inductive Transfer

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R&d expenditure globally has more than doubled in real terms between 1992 and 2010. In today"s competitive environment, no company can assume that it c
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Multidimensional Organization

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14 Apr 2015
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Two variables to capture the strategic and administrative complexity most companies faced as they expanded abroad: the number of products sold internat
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Chief Financial Officer

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14 Apr 2015
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The challenge of developing global efficiency and competitiveness requires that management capture the various scale and scope economies available to t
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Competitive Advantage, Factor Endowment

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14 Apr 2015
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Competitive advantage is developed by taking strategic actions that optimize a company"s achievement of these three different goals (from the 1980s): G
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Starbucks, Comparative Advantage

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14 Apr 2015
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Forces for change: scale, scope, factor costs, and free trade. The industrial revolution created pressures for much larger plants that could capture th
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WLUBU491Oli R MihalacheWinter

BU491 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Walmart

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Operating internationally presents managers with many new opportunities. It is a requirement that an mne have substantial direct investment in foreign
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Confined Space, Engineering Controls, Hazard Analysis

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9 Mar 2015
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Hazard any source of potential adverse health effect, damage, or harm on something or someone under certain conditions at work. Incident an event or oc
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Incubation Period, Vocational Rehabilitation, Unemployment Benefits

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9 Mar 2015
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Worker"s compensation is a form of insurance governed by an act of parliament to help workers who are injured on the job return to work. Worker"s comp
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Interactional Justice, Absenteeism, Procedural Justice

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9 Mar 2015
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Psychologically healthy and safe workplace a workplace that promotes workers" psychological well-being and actively works to prevent harm to workers" p
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Debriefing, Crisis Management

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9 Mar 2015
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Emergency a sudden, generally unexpected occurrence or set of circumstances demanding immediate action. We are concerned with emergencies that either c
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Organizational Culture, Swiss Cheese Model, Event Tree

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9 Mar 2015
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Rac program a hazard recognition, assessment, and control program; a key element in most health and safety programs. Week 6: determines direct causes,
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Boiling Point, Compressed Fluid, First Aid

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9 Mar 2015
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Each province and territory publishes its own regulations, which augment the federal ones. Act a federal, provincial or territorial law that constitute
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Recovery Approach, Occupational Safety And Health, Systems Theory

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9 Mar 2015
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Injured individuals experience social costs over and above the financial costs incurred by their employers, public and private insurers, and the health
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Hostile Work Environment, Workplace Violence, Sexual Coercion

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9 Mar 2015
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Violence an actual physical assault or threat of assault. Aggression behaviour by an individual or individuals within or outside an organization that i
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Personal Protective Equipment, Flash Point, Vaporization

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Chemical agents hazards created by one or more chemicals. Biohazard hazard created by exposure to a biological material. Biological agents include haza
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Fide, Workplace Wellness, Progressive Muscle Relaxation

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9 Mar 2015
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Most people in today"s workforce are attempting to balance work with family demands. Work-family conflict a type of inter-role conflict in which the ro
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WLUBU414Amin AlizadehWinter

BU414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Employee Benefits, Absenteeism, Safety Culture

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9 Mar 2015
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The role of occupational health and safety training. Employees need to be advised of these rights. Once employees are aware of their basic rights, safe
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WLUBU481Karin SchnarrFall

BU481 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Wield, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Cost Leadership

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WLUBU481Karin SchnarrFall

BU481 Study Guide - Final Guide: Situation Two, Gerber Baby, Cost Leadership

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WLUBU412Lisa GiguereFall

Final Exam Notes BU412.docx

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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Bill Haley, Glossary Of Partner Dance Terms, Blue Beat Records

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19 Nov 2014
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Rock Records, Teen Pop, Calypso Music

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19 Nov 2014
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By the end of the 1950s, many important figures in rock and roll"s first wave were out of the music business and independent labels that supplied rock
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Battletech, Alternative Rock, Rick Rubin

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19 Nov 2014
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Heavy metal developed out of the harder, more aggressive aspects of rock from the 1960s and. It is common to refer to heavy metal musicians and fans as
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes -Rock Music, Simple Verse, Musical Form

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19 Nov 2014
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Rock music was born out of controversy, and its rebellious image has always appealed to fans. Nonconformity and misbehaviour are central to the rock mo
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Boris Karloff, British Blues, Southern Rock

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Among the most important changes in the 1966-1969 period were the shifts of focus n rock music from the single to the album, and from dancing to listen
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Freddie Mercury, British Blues, King Crimson

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19 Nov 2014
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Fm radio goes from late 1960s free form to aor. By the beginning of the 1970s, fm stations were broadcasting rock music and focusing on album cuts. The
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Folk Rock, Beat Music, American Pop

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19 Nov 2014
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By the summer of 1965, new musical styles in american pop were emerging as a result of the cross-fertilization of american styles with the mersey beat.
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

Midterm Notes MU121.docx

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19 Nov 2014
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Country Music, Play Records, Thirty-Two-Bar Form

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19 Nov 2014
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Building a national audience for music and entertainment. In the first half of the twentieth century, sheet music was the principal method of selling m
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Dave Matthews Band, Jam Band, Britpop

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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

MU121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Rock Music, Gnutella, Limewire

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19 Nov 2014
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One of the first important methods of internet distribution to emerge was the traditional online sale. Consumers began using online retailers to purcha
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WLUMU121Brent HagermanFall

Chapter 11 MU121.docx

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The emergence of mtv was closely aligned with the development of cable television. In order to develop new markets, cable had to offer something the ne
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