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-1.?Describe?a?real?or?imagined?traffic?problem?in?your?n



-1.?Describe?a?real?or?imagined?traffic?problem?in?your?neighborhood?involving?children?and?elderly?people?who?find?it?difficult?to?cross?a?busy?street.?Put?yourself?in?the?position?of?(a)?a?commuter?traveling?to?work?on?that?street;?(b)?the?parent?of?a?child,?or?the?relative?of?an?older?person?who?has?to?cross?that?street?on?occasion;?(c)?a?police?officer?assigned?to?keep?the?traffic?moving?on?that?street;?and?(d)?the?town's?traffic?engineer?working?under?a?tight?budget.Describe?how?in?these?various?roles?you?might?react?to?(e)?complaints?about?conditions?dangerous?to?pedestrians?at?that?crossing?and?(f)?requests?for?a?pedestrian?crossing?protected?by?traffic?or?warning?lights.
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-2. In some technologically advanced nations, a number of industries that have found themselves restricted by safety regulations have resorted to dumping their products on-or moving their production processes to-less-developed countries where higher risks are tolerated. Examples are the dumping of unsafe or ineffective drugs on the Third World by pharmaceutical companies from highly industrialized countries, and in the past the transfer of asbestos processing from the United States to Mexico. JO More recently, toxic wastes-from lead-acid batteries to nuclear wastes-have been added to the list of "exports." To what extent do differences in perception of risk justify the transfer of such merchandise and production processes to other countries? Is this an activity that can or should be regulated?
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-3. Grain dust is pound for pound more explosive than coal dust or gunpowder. Ignited by an electrostatic discharge or other cause, it has ripped apart grain silos and killed or wounded many workers over the years. When 54 people were killed during Christmas week 1977, grain handlers and the U.S. government finally decided to combat dust accumulation. 11 Ten years, 59 deaths, and 317 serious injuries later, a compromise standard was agreed on that designates dust accumulation of 118 inch or more as dangerous and impermissible in silos in the United States. Nevertheless, on Monday, June 8th, 1998, a series of explosions killed seven workers performing routine maintenance at one of the largest grain elevators in the world, demolishing one of the 246 concrete, 120 feet high silos which stretch over a length of one-half mile in Haysville, Kansas. Use grain facility explosions for a case study of workplace safety and rule making.

 


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