How handover cleaning can be a headache?

The objective of this blog is to highlight important to-dos when you handover your apartment to your landlord again. To be typically written in Singapore’s local environment. Please write in the context of someone who is shifting out to another apartment or returning to the home country, and would need to ensure the handover is done properly. There is a deposit which may be deducted by the landlord if the handover cleaning is not done properly.

Please bear in mind that handover cleaning as offered by weFix Sg is not only about cleaning, rather a holistic approach to ensuring faults and defects are fixed too

The author may check out our main website (https://wefix.sg) and services URL: https://wefix.sg/maintain/cleaning/

The areas which landlord may wish to highlight would be areas such as:
1. Kitchen countertops are scratch free.
2. Stove hobs and hoods are clean of grease
3. Flooring is not sticky and free of grease.
4. Walls may advertise the creativity of young children
5. Toilet fittings maybe show signs of leaking
6. Electrical fittings show signs of burnt or grease
7. Wooden flooring got scratched or worn out … and other handyman with cleaning service rolled into one
To the author: Please highlight what may go wrong. And what wefix Sg team may be able to offer. Our wefix team is able to provide a one stop cleaning and fixing solution for your handover needs.

Observe and Articulate

You will need to write the narrative of a reports as if you were the lead officer in the video above. Keep in mind the following in your reports: (1) The report must have a beginning, middle, and end; (2) explain why you were at the scene; (3) The date, time, and place should be recorded, along with names of persons talked to; (4) record what you saw and did, along with what you were told; (5) the report should end with a wrap-up explaining the outcomes of the situation.

This is a you tube video from the Cops show entitled What’s that white stuff on your face. Its around 7 minutes long.

the effect sunlight has on vitamin C content via using freshly squeezed lemon juice

Proposed Practical Report Structure

 

**Please ensure your name, SACE number and the task name are placed in the header.

** Please ensure page numbers are used in the footer

 

1.      Introduction – Background

  • How much energy is in macronutrients?
  • How does ‘food calorimetry’ allow an individual to investigate the amount of energy in food?
  • What foods are used in this experiment? How much energy is in sea salt popcorn and cheddar cheese popcorn per 100g? How might this information inform our hypothesis? For example, fat will burn longer than carbohydrates.

 

2.      Aim – to determine the energy density of Sea Salt Popcorn and Cheddar Cheese popcorn

 

  1. Hypothesis
  2. Variables
  • Independent – What was changed?
  • Dependent- What was measured?
  • Controlled – What factors remained unchanged throughout the experiment?
  1. Materials and equipment:
  • Refer to appendix 1
  1. Method:
  • Refer to appendix 2
  1. Results:
  • This section SHOULD NOT include your raw data. You should include ONE table and ONE comparative graph that includes: group data, class data and data from the Nutrient Information Panel (NIP).

 

  1. Discussion:

Part 1: Interpret the results

  • Explain your observations and describe your trends.
  • You may like to make references to accuracy, reliability and precision to add greater depth to your discussion.

 

Part 2: Random Error / Precision

  • Discuss the precision of the data – refer to video on Moodle for revision on precision
  • Identify the range of random errors and discuss their significance.
    • How did it affect your results? How do you fix it (improvements).

 

Part 3: Systematic Errors / Accuracy

  • Discuss the accuracy of the data – refer to video on Moodle for revision on accuracy
  • Identify the range of systematic errors and discuss their significance
    • How did it affect your results? How do you fix it (improvements)

 

Part 4: Evaluate the Procedures

  • Explain strengths in the experimental procedure
  • Identify and explain the significance of weaknesses. For example, the systematic errors presented meant incomplete combustion occurred, and thus energy was unaccounted for.
  • Discuss the strengths of the GROUP. For example, stirring the water ensured heat was evenly distributed…

Remember for every weakness identified, a relevant improvement must be stated and justified.

 

  1. Conclusion:
  • Form a concise conclusion based on the results of the investigation and state whether the hypothesis was supported or refuted.
  • Indicate whether the results are reliable or whether further testing is required

 

  1. Review of safety, collaboration and ethical issues
  • Hazard Table (identify the hazard and explain how it was minimised).
  • How did you contribute to the planning and organising of the task’s requirements?
  • To what extent did you assume individual responsibility for agreed tasks and/or decisions?
  • How effectively did you communicate with other members of the group?
  • How effectively did you discuss and collate information and conclusions?

 

  1. Appendices
  • Appendices 1 – Raw Data (This includes all data you have processed)

 

  1. Bibliography
  • Harvard Referencing

nursing practice

For this week’s assignment you must select a concept relevant to nursing practice. Then you have to analyze the concept by using multiple data sources, case studies, and literature reviews elements to evaluate are : 1- Title and Introduction 2- Presents the concept that will analyze   -determines the purpose of the analysis -identifies all uses of the concept A-present all possible definitions B-use all possible disciplines * determine the attributes of the concept -Make a model case -Make a similar case -Make an opposite case -identifies the antecedent and the consequences -indicates the empirical methods that can be used to measure the concept Reference less than 5 years

Preparing for the Agency’s Future, Part 5

1. Analyze at least three (3) challenges of succession planning for HUD agency. 2.Propose at least three (3) components of effective implementation of succession planning. 3.Discuss at least three (3) skills for managing personnel through turbulence, providing a rationale for each skill. 4.Recommend at least three (3) innovations for succession planning, providing a rationale for each recommendation. 5. Include at least four (4) peer-reviewed references (no more than five [5] years old) from material outside the textbook.

1. Analyze at least three (3) challenges of succession planning for HUD agency. 2.Propose at least three (3) components of effective implementation of succession planning. 3.Discuss at least three (3) skills for managing personnel through turbulence, providing a rationale for each skill. 4.Recommend at least three (3) innovations for succession planning, providing a rationale for each recommendation. 5. Include at least four (4) peer-reviewed references (no more than five [5] years old) from material outside the textbook.

Preventive services

1-Prepare a list of preventive services commonly offered to the community, including children, women, the elderly, students (schools), and jails.(I live in Miami,FL) 2-Develop a primary health plan focused on a program of preventive services, including a graphic organizer representing the steps required for the preparation of the health plan. 3-Identify a health problem in which you want to develop a preventive program I want my health problem to be children with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy in the population of Miami,FL reference less than 5 years Use reference Health promotion throughout life span 8th edition

We are going to examine how various worldviews are portrayed in popular media.

Here are the requirements: We are going to examine how various worldviews are portrayed in popular media. The purpose of this assignment is to learn how our lives are directly influenced by a biblical worldview. Select one movie or television show to watch for which worldviews are portrayed and how, and have the film or TV show approved by your instructor this session. The television show should be one a family can watch together. Some movie suggestions are listed below. If you choose to watch a television show, watch at least two episodes of the show. Suggested movies (but not limited to): Les Miserables (1998) – Rated PG-13 Chariots of Fire – Rated PG Star Wars – Rated PG-13 Inherit the Wind (1960) – Rated PG Contact – Rated PG Lars and the Real Girl – Rated PG-13 A River Runs Through It – Rated PG-13 The Terminal – Rated PG-13 Avatar – Rated PG-13 In a 2 – 3 page paper, analyze the portrayal of worldviews by evaluating the dialog and actions of the characters. Your paper will be evaluated based upon your ability to identify the worldview(s) depicted in the characters. Be sure to provide specific evidence from the film or the television show that supports your analysis and illustrate how those elements are components within a worldview, including characters’ quotes or examples from scenes that specifically demonstrate that worldview. Please recall that this is not a movie review, but an analysis. It does not matter if you liked the movie or not, but you need to demonstrate that you understand the worldviews presented in the movie. Include a title page and a reference page (not included in the 2 – 3 page requirement) and format the paper according to APA guidelines.

A publicly held corporation (let’s call it Burn Co) is searching for a location to build a hazardous waste facility to serve the needs of a major city. Studies show that it would be cheapest and there would be the least political opposition to it if it were sited in a neighborhood (let’s call it Plaidville) where most residents are poor, minorities, and renters. Is it moral for the facility to be built in Plaidville? What authors or ideas have we read that would support its being built there? Who would oppose it? Why? What do you think? Why?

A good answer will refer to the textbook. Pojman, Louis P and Paul, Environmental Ethics: Readings in Theory and Application, 7th edition. ISBN-10: 0538452846, ISBN-13: 978-0538452847 Final Paper Guidelines Please write one Five page, double spaced essay from the list of topics below. Pick one please. 1. A publicly held corporation (let’s call it Burn Co) is searching for a location to build a hazardous waste facility to serve the needs of a major city. Studies show that it would be cheapest and there would be the least political opposition to it if it were sited in a neighborhood (let’s call it Plaidville) where most residents are poor, minorities, and renters. Is it moral for the facility to be built in Plaidville? What authors or ideas have we read that would support its being built there? Who would oppose it? Why? What do you think? Why? 2. Assume for the sake of this question that a ski resort (let’s call it Silverado) gets United States Forest Service approval to build new chair lifts in what was previously designated wilderness. There are no upcoming elections or hearings to legally challenge the decision before construction begins. Is it morally permissible for an environmentalist to break the law to stop it? If not, why not? If so, why and what sort of laws are they permitted to break. Be sure to reference ideas and readings/videos from the class in your answer. 3. An easily captured, pretty dumb, but sentient pair of alien crash lands on this planet (let’s say that were unwilling test subjects not the intelligent designers of the craft). They replicate rapidly and it turns out that they are incredibly delicious if prevented from moving for a few weeks and then grilled. Should you (insert your name here) eat them? Why or why not? How does your answer to this question bear on your answer to the question of whether it is morally permissible to eat factory farmed meat? Be sure to reference ideas and readings/videos from the class in your answer. 4. Compare and contrast Aldo Leopold’s land ethic to Arne Naes’s view of deep ecology. What are the philosophical similarities? What are the differences? What meaning or significance does a wilderness philosophy have for environmentalism generally? Is it a helpful one? Be sure to reference ideas and readings from the class in your answer.

Security Technology Deployment Plan

Create a single report in Word document format. This report should be about 10 pages long, double-spaced, with citations in APA format. Page count does not include diagrams or tables. The report must cover the following:
o network security and threat table
o Common Access Card deployment strategy
o e-mail security strategy
2. In a Word document, share your lab experience and provide screenshots to demonstrate that you performed the lab.
When you submit your project, your work will be evaluated using the competencies listed below. You can use the list below to self-check your work before submission.
• 1.5: Use sentence structure appropriate to the task, message and audience.
• 1.6: Follow conventions of Standard Written English.
• 1.7: Create neat and professional looking documents appropriate for the project or presentation.
• 2.1: Identify and clearly explain the issue, question, or problem under critical consideration.
• 2.2: Locate and access sufficient information to investigate the issue or problem.
• 2.3: Evaluate the information in a logical and organized manner to determine its value and relevance to the problem.
• 2.4: Consider and analyze information in context to the issue or problem.
• 3.2: Employ mathematical or statistical operations and data analysis techniques to arrive at a correct or optimal solution.
• 5.1: Knowledge of procedures, tools, and applications used to keep data or information secure, including public key infrastructure, point-to-point encryption, and smart cards.

Internal communication and team performance in event management

Abstract

 

The abstract is a brief summary of your Ph.D. Research Proposal, and should be no longer than 200 words. It starts by describing in a few words the knowledge domain where your research takes place and the key issues of that domain that offer opportunities for the scientific or technological innovations you intend to explore. Taking those key issues as a background, you then present briefly your research statement, your proposed research approach, the results you expect to achieve, and the anticipated implications of such results on the advancement of the knowledge domain.

 

To keep your abstract concise and objective, imagine that you were looking for financial support from someone who is very busy. Suppose that you were to meet that person at an official reception and that she would be willing to listen to you for no more than two minutes. What you would say to that person, and the pleasant style you would adopt in those two demanding minutes, is what you should put in your abstract.

 

The guidelines provided in this template are meant to be used creatively and not, by any means, as a cookbook recipe for the production of research proposals.

Chapter 1  Introduction

 

 

The introduction gives an overview of the research project you propose to carry out. It explains the background of the project, focusing briefly on the major issues of its knowledge domain and clarifying why these issues are worthy of attention. It then proceeds with the concise presentation of the research statement, which can take the form of a hypothesis, a research question, a project statement, or a goal statement. The research statement should capture both the essence of the project and its delimiting boundaries, and should be followed by a clarification of the extent to which you expect its outcomes to represent an advance in the knowledge domain you have described.

 

The introduction should endeavour, from the very beginning, to catch the reader’s interest and should be written in a style that can be understood easily by any reader with a general background. It should cite all relevant references pertaining to the major issues described, and it should close with a brief description of each one of the chapters that follow.

 

Many authors prefer to postpone writing the Introduction till the rest of the document is finished. This makes a lot of sense, since the act of writing tends to introduces many changes in the plans initially sketched by the writer, so that it is only by the time the whole document is finished that the writer gets a clear view of how to construct an introduction that is, indeed, compelling.

Chapter 2  Literature Review

 (Brief overview of the main lit review document to lead to the gaps and research questions)

 

The Literature Review (or Foundations), serves a cluster of very important aims. First of all, it demonstrates that you have built a solid knowledge of the field where the research is taking place, that you are familiar with the main issues at stake, and that you have critically identified and evaluated the key literature. On the other hand, it shows that you have created an innovative and coherent view integrating and synthesising the main aspects of the field, so that you can now put into perspective the new direction that you propose to explore. The Literature Review must give credit to the authors who laid the groundwork for your research, so that when, in the following chapter, your research objectives are further clarified, the reader is able to recognise beyond doubt that what you are attempting to do has not been done in the past and that your research will likely make a significant contribution to the literature.

 

The Literature of Art is usually the more extensive part of a research proposal, so it will expectedly develop over various paragraphs and sub-paragraphs. It should be accompanied by comprehensive references, which you list at the end of the proposal. Ideally, all influential books, book chapters, papers and other texts produced in the knowledge domain you are exploring which are of importance for your work should be mentioned here and listed at the end of the proposal.

 

Chapter 3 Research Objectives and Approach

 

 

The chapter Research Objectives and Approach clarifies the research objectives of your project, taking as its background your description of the literature review, and describes the methodological approaches you have in mind to face the key research challenges of your project. The clarification of the research objectives should build solidly on the Literature review and relate your research to the work carried out by others. It should elucidate the measure to which your work develops from their work and the extent to which it diverges from theirs to open up new and yet unexplored avenues. In essence, the chapter Research Objectives and Approach explains what you plan to do to tackle your research problem, why you plan to do it that way, and how you are going to do it.

 

Chapter 4 Methodology

The “how to” component of the proposal is called the Research Methods, or Methodology, component. It should be detailed enough to let the reader decide whether the methods you intend to use are adequate for the research at hand. It should go beyond the mere listing of research tasks, by asserting why you assume that the methods or methodologies you have chosen represent the best available approaches for your project. This means that you should include a discussion of possible alternatives and credible explanations of why your approach is the most valid.

Chapter 5  Current Work and Preliminary Results

 

 

This chapter of the research proposal gives a concise outline of the work you have carried out so far and of the progress you have made toward the aims of the project. You should concentrate on the parts that contribute specifically to the goals of the proposal, avoiding detailed descriptions of digressions you may have attempted in the earlier, more exploratory, phases of your work. If you have already obtained preliminary results, this is the chapter where you should provide them, in a structured manner that helps supporting the rest of the proposal.

Chapter 6  Conclusions

 

 

The Conclusions briefly restate the objectives of your research project, recap the research approach you plan to follow, and clarify in a few words what you expect to find out, why it is scientifically valuable to find it out, and on what basis you expect to evaluate the validity of your results.

Please take into consideration the following:

1.The links between your core concepts need better justification/explanation. See comments by reviewer, who was confused what your thesis was focusing on. Is it focusing on “internal communications and performance management of employees in a hotel setting?” or is the focus on “hotel employees’ communication processes in events held at hotels from a consumer perspective”?

 

 

  1. The key contributions of your research need to be stated more explicitly. The reviewers need to be able to see that your project makes an original, significant and extensive contribution to knowledge and understanding in the relevant field of study (i.e. how it builds on the previous literature or gaps in the literature).

 

 

  1. The overall philosophical framing of the research is not adequately addressed (for the reviewers it read more like a consultancy not a PhD, where knowledge creation is a fundamental part). It is worthwhile to do more readings into “philosophical contribution”, i.e. explain key terms such as paradigm, ontology, epistemology and how they apply to your research project.