The Article Critique for this course must be a minimum of

1. The Article Critique for this course must be a minimum of two pages to a maximum of four pages in length, double-spaced, and must follow APA style. You are to choose from the journals and articles available in our CSU Library Databases. The article may deal with any of the material presented in the first three units of this course. However, if you have a specific area of interest that is covered later in the course, you may ask for professor approval. The article itself must be more than one page in length. The Article Critique must include the following components:1. A brief introduction to the article2. Summary and analysis of the key points in the article3. Whether or not the article supports the concepts as presented in the textbook4. Summary of the article’s conclusions and your own opinions5. Full APA reference citation and in-text citations for the articleSome suggested topics might be:? The organizational role of the safety professional? The “business” of safety? Hazard avoidance models? Current regulatory trends in Occupational Safety and Health? The safety professional’s role in disaster preparedness? Workplace standards? Current occupational health issues2.Safety Plan :You are the safety and occupational health professional for your city’s Health Department. You received a call from a major food distribution warehouse that some employees are complaining of dizziness and feeling sick.When you arrive on scene, you are in a very large warehouse, a significant portion of which is refrigerated. The illnesses are being reported from a refrigerated section (about 40 degrees F) where workers are blister packing food products on a production line. The warehouse has 20 loading docks, two railroad car lines that end directly inside the warehouse (in close proximity to the production area), a dozen or so gas powered forklifts, and no sensors or environmental monitors of any kind except those associated with the refrigeration systems.The warehouse manager is cooperative, but he points out that he is in the middle of contract negotiations with the union. He is also very proud of the fact that they have special seals on the loading dock doors and throughout the warehouse to keep the cold in and the heat out.You cannot identify any discernible odors other than the exhaust from the forklifts when they move by you. There are four ladies waiting for you in the break room complaining of dizziness and lightheadedness. They are all comparing and complaining about their symptoms. There are 14 employees who work in this area of the warehouse – 12 women and 2 men.Instructions:Based on the given scenario, develop a plan of action that includes how you would conduct the investigation, state how you would identify possible sources of the problem, and provide your opinion on the likely source. Discuss the standards applicable to possible sources. Include several recommendations you would make to the manager to help solve the problem based on your research into documented best practices for similar situations. (You may make assumptions about the scenario in order to propose solutions – just be certain to state your assumptions clearly).The Case Study must be a minimum of four pages to a maximum of six pages in length, double-spaced, and should follow APA rules for formatting, quoting, paraphrasing, citing, and listing of sources. Use Microsoft word to create your response to the case study.

 

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