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What does absolute safety mean?

What does absolute safety mean?

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What absolute safety mean?



Blake Nelson Exam 2 Note Sheet 3/30/17

Safety: People demand safe products A week & Sate

to not be threatened by potential harm Absolute sa fety: A degree of safety that satisfies all individuals. * I myPOSIBLE A William Lowrance: "A thing is safe if its risks are judged to be acceptable"


What is a risk and what is a hazard?



-Also said, safety must have some objective standard outside ourselves to determine sotety of things - SAFety is the ABSENCE of risk!

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Harzard. The

potential that something harmal may happen in the future.

Riski The

probability of an undesirable event. (Quantifyable)


What do you call the theory of knight?



Don't forget about the age old question of What are the characteristics of possessive?

suncertainty. We know the type of consequences, but cannot make probabilities to the outcomes

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Ignorance: We don't know the existence of possible hazards

Frank Knight: RISK vs. Uncertainty risk can be measured, uncertainty cannot - Ambiguity Aversion People prefer mensuratle risk to immeasurable uncertainty - When hazard high, outrage low, people undereact (kitcher Bacteria) - When hazard low, outrage high people overreact (mad Cow Disease) William Rowe: "A risk is acceptable when those affected are no longer apprehensive about it" Cost Benefit Analysis: Comparing alternatives where the prostions of each option are weighed We also discuss several other topics like What are the four phases of mitosis?

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Multiple Criteria Analysis: Importance of each value is found first. Doesn't need common units

Type I Errors: Thinking there is a risk when none exists. FALSE

POSITIVES

Type II Errors: Thinking there is no rise when risk exists, FALSE NEGATIVES

Hierarchy Resp. Model: Those in highest position are held responsille

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work virtues

Collective Resp. Model: Each member is held responsible for all other members Individual Resp. Model: Each individual is held responsible in relation to his contribution The Ethical Corporate Climate (EU): A working environment that's conductive to morall conduct Agency Loyalty : Doing everything at work for your paycheck Cobligation under Professional Code) Attitude Loyaltys Doing your job for your commitment to the company (It's a virtuel Executive Authority's Institutional right given to a person to exercise power Expert Authority! Possession of special knowledge to perform tasks Respect Authority: Possession of institutional responsibility to require others to perform tasks Primary : Don't want to take risk cause they don't know each other Don't forget about the age old question of What is the meaning of intentional torts?

Similar to secondary Secondary it Ideal kind Yields alternative solutions

whout ability to compromise

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Tension If you want to learn more check out What are the two approaches to study international politics?
Don't forget about the age old question of What is the definition of spontaneous?
If you want to learn more check out What is the social category?

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