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A Tale of Two Factory Disasters: What Cambodia Can Teach Bangladesh | TIME.com

A Tale of Two Factory Disasters: What Cambodia Can Teach Bangladesh | TIME.com | School - Tara Quillinan | Scoop.it
As the final death toll of the Bangladesh factory collapse reached 1,126 last week, a small section of the second floor of a shoe factory in Cambodia gave way.
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C = the working conditions of garment factory workers

R = the responsibility manufacturing companies, consumers, and/or governments have in the issue

if you want, you may use Rm (manufacturing), Rc (consumers), Rg (government)

S = suggestions for solving the problem

 C: buildings not up to code - dangerous and unhealthy work enviromentC: factory fire have claim nearly 400 livesS:International Labor Organization (ILO) - monotrs building safety - has improved conditions, should be introduced to bangladesh-introed to cambodia 2001 - keeps child labor and sweatshop out-less strict after 2005 when US stopped checkingC: more than half garment worker are anemic (Fatigue) C:wages provide enough to surive - people still hungryC: contracts for less than a year - easy firedRm: 88% violated code 55% unsafe waterS: putting imformation about these factories out there in hope that people will help to try and improve them
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High school athletes found more vulnerable to concussions

High school athletes found more vulnerable to concussions | School - Tara Quillinan | Scoop.it
High school athletes are more at risk of concussions than their collegiate counterparts, a study finds.
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D: High school student athlets more likly to experience concusions than college students

D: football player in high school twic as likely than college

D: women have highest rate

(May be due to the level and who is playing the sport becaue some may not report symtomes)

D: helemts do little to prevent injury

S: stronger data collection

better diagnosis for young people

more long term studies

possible rule changes

increase in supporting reporting concussion symptoms

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Clothing brands face tough call on Bangladesh

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http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/elibweb/elib/do/document?set=search&groupid=1&requestid=lib_standard&resultid=5&urn=urn:bigchalk:US;BCLib;document;215891378&style=printable&edition=&start=1&language=

C = the working conditions of garment factory workers

R = the responsibility manufacturing companies, consumers, and/or governments have in the issue

if you want, you may use Rm (manufacturing), Rc (consumers), Rg (government)

S = suggestions for solving the problem

 C: bangladesh - factory killed 950, injured 2500Rm: auditors dont look at building sturctures - cause of injuriesRc,m: lowest prices of manufacturing in bangladeshRm: rely on subcontractors/ agents to carry out manufacturingS: company send their own agents to check upC: bad conditions in bangladesh, why dont they manufacture else where so they dont have reliabilityS: people need to start caring where their products come fromS: bringing manufactuirng back to our hemisphere
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Concussion: What you should know

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D = dangers of concussions

G = guidelines for students to return to activities

S = suggestions for solving the problem of concussions

 

G:all concusions are different

G:different recovery times

D: subsequent concusions can take more time to recver

S: computerized assesments (IMPACT test) to compare normal performance to after concussion

 

D: affect childern more than adults due till the bdies not being fully developed

D: concussions can lead to other symtoms that can effect people permenantly

 

 

 

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