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Local Government Workplace Retaliation Cases
Please respond to Christopher with 150 words
I work for the State of Hawaii, which has an aggressive health and safety program, but it also has problems. The Hawaii State Plan applies to state and local government employers. It does not apply to federal government employers, including the United States Postal Service. Federal OSHA covers the issues not covered by the Hawaii State Plan. In addition, Federal OSHA retains enforcement of the anti-retaliation provision of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) concerning the private sector and the USPS. HIOSH also investigates private industry and state and local government workplace retaliation cases.
HIOSH compliance is responsible for the enforcement of HIOSH safety and health standards. HIOSH utilizes the Field Operations Manual (FOM) to guide the enforcement program. Compliance officers inspect workplaces for hazardous conditions and issue citations where violations of HIOSH regulations are found. Inspections may result from regular scheduling, imminent danger reports, fatalities, and worker complaints or referrals. In addition, HIOSH offers voluntary and cooperative programs focused on reducing injuries, illnesses, and deaths. HIOSH also offers on-site consultation services which help employers, both public and private, comply with HIOSH or OSHA standards and identify and correct potential safety and health hazards.
Acaydia School of Aesthetics Nutrition Health and Safety for Young Children Discussion
Please respond to elisa with 200 words . Please include intext citations
I decided to write about what I would do as a teacher who has a child with vision impairments that is in the classroom. A vision impairment “refers to conditions in which vision is reduced even when corrected with glasses or contact lenses,” (Sorte, Daeschel, & Amador, 2017, pg.397). So essentially it is just where someone has pretty bad vision, and can’t see as well without contact lenses or contacts, so they need some type of aid as to what they’re able to see. Visual impairments can happen for a number of reasons, in the book it stated that it can come from “Genetics, birth defects, any type of eye disorders, as well as age-related eye diseases, can cause vision impairments,” (Sorte, Daeschel, & Amador, 2017, pg.397).
There are different types of vision impairment, these are low vision and blindness. So depending on the type of vision impairment the child has, we’ll definitely determine the way that I were to run my classroom as well as come up with different strategies that support their health concern in the classroom. Lopez 2 Well first and foremost, I would definitely inform the children that they are not allowed to touch the other child’s, with a vision impairment, glasses. That the glasses are necessary and are very important to the child. And if something were to happen to the child’s glasses, or someone were to get them really dirty, it could upset and even hurt the child with the visual impairment.
So, I just think that making the other children aware of what they are doing, and making them aware of the child and how important it is to not grab at the glasses is kind of a mandatory step, especially dealing with younger age groups. In the classroom, if a child with visual impairment has a low vision, I would have to pay attention to the lighting in the classroom, and reduce the glare and really separate objects by color (Sorte, Daeschel, & Amador, 2017, pg.397). I will also do more Hands-On activities with materials to support their learning, rather than doing a visual lesson. J
ust so in case the child is not able to see the board, or see what I am doing because other children are in the way, or for whatever reason that may arise, I feel that if they are able to feel what they are doing oh, it is a good and appropriate way to support they’re learning (Sorte, Daeschel, & Amador, 2017, pg.398). With this of course I do have to be more vocal, and address the child’s name, because in the textbook it was said that the child may have trouble with recognizing eye contact being made (Sorte, Daeschel, & Amador, 2017, pg.398).
So, I know that being vocal and really addressing the child well. All in all, though you do have to try to allow the child to become more independent, so having these helpful learning things for the child’s Vision challenges is nice but you can’t over protect the child or else it will just be harder for them to really work with their vision impairment
References Sorte, J., Daeschel, I., & Amador, C. (2017). Nutrition, health, and safety for young children: Promoting wellness. (3rd Ed.) Upper Section River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.