Monitor environment
This learning object addresses the competency required to monitor the environment as part of a tailings dam management process. You will learn about the function of tailings dams, and how to inspect and maintain the dams and associated ponds. Topics include legislation, environmental impact assessments, site plans, emergency procedures and reporting.
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Contribute to quality system
This learning object addresses the competency required to achieve quality work outcomes. You will learn about quality assurance, and how your actions can impact on work outcomes and the work environment. Topics include outcomes, monitoring, production targets, quality assurance, and environmental issues.
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Carry out work effectively in the seafood industry
This unit covers a broad spectrum of issues related to working in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 assists students in identifying stock species and their habitats. It also requires students to identify equipment used in Aquaculture. Activity 2 covers work practices and activities to be undertaken at each stage of the seafood supply chain to maintain quality and safety of products. The following stages of the process are covered: growth, harvest, transport, processing
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Apply chemicals and biological agents
This unit deals with the equipment and methods used to apply chemicals and biological agents in aquaculture. Activity 1 shows learners how to identify personal protective equipment, select appropriate personal protective equipment for a task and clean and maintain personal protective equipment. Activity 2 looks at hazardous chemical substances, dangerous good symbols, product labels and material safety data sheets. In Activity 3 students will learn how to use application
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Directional design: classroom chair
Design a chair that is well suited for use in a classroom and also has a low impact on the natural environment. Look closely at requirements in a design brief such as durability and ergonomic features. Ask school staff, students and consultants which design factors are important. Improve the chair's appeal and usefulness by choosing options for an element such as colour, materials and finish. Minimise environmental impact by choosing el
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Directional design: computer lab chair
Design a chair that is well suited for use in a computer lab and also has a low impact on the natural environment. Look closely at requirements in a design brief such as durability and ergonomic needs. Ask school staff, students and consultants which design factors are important. Improve the chair's appeal and usefulness by choosing options for an element such as colour, materials and finish. Minimise environmental impact by choosing el
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Directional design: study desk
Design a desk that is well suited for uses in a home and also has a low impact on the natural environment. Look closely at requirements in a design brief such as storage and ergonomic features. Ask a family and consultants which design factors are important. Improve the desk's appeal and usefulness by choosing options for an element such as colour, materials and finish. Minimise environmental impact by choosing elements such as surface
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Directional design: study lamp
Design a desk lamp that is well suited for studying and also has a low impact on the natural environment. Look closely at requirements in a design brief such as energy efficiency, stylishness and stability. Ask a family and consultants which design factors are important. Improve the lamp's appeal and usefulness by choosing options for an element such as materials, shape of the shade and base. Minimise environmental impact by choosing de
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Directional design: cafeteria chair
Design a chair that is well suited for use in a cafeteria and also has a low impact on the natural environment. Look closely at requirements in a design brief such as durability, stylishness and hygiene features. Ask school staff, students and consultants which design factors are important. Improve the chair's appeal and usefulness by choosing options for an element such as colour, materials and finish. Minimise environmental impact by
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3.091 Introduction to Solid State Chemistry (MIT)
This course explores the basic principles of chemistry and their application to engineering systems. It deals with the relationship between electronic structure, chemical bonding, and atomic order. It also investigates the characterization of atomic arrangements in crystalline and amorphous solids: metals, ceramics, semiconductors, and polymers (including proteins). Topics covered include organic chemistry, solution chemistry, acid-base equilibria, electrochemistry, biochemistry, chemi
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The aim of this section is to help you to think about how you study mathematics and consider ways in which you can make your study more effective.


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TALAT Lecture 1100.01: Introduction: Aluminium, a Light Metal
This lecture provides basic information about the history of aluminium, the principles behind the production of primary metal, environmental properties, potential applications, areas of application. The lecture is recommended for those situations, where a brief, general background information about aluminium is needed as an introduction of other subject areas of aluminium application technologies. This lecture is part of the self-contained course "Aluminium in Product Development", which is trea
Author(s): Toralf Cock, Skanaluminium, Oslo, Norway,TALAT

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TALAT Lecture 2105.01: Case Study on Pressure Vessels
This lecture helps to create an understanding of how material properties, costs of materials and of their fabrication, required product life, and product liability interact in different ways depending on the product. Some knowledge of fabricating processes and the significance of such factors as fatigue, fracture toughness and environmental performance on material selection is assumed.
Author(s): Roy Woodward, Aluminium Federation, Birmingham, UK

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Environmental engineering
The Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering has concerns about the lack of knowledge amongst school pupils, and their teachers, of the type of work undertaken by an Environmental Engineer. The interactive presentation was developed as part of an awareness raising exercise for aspects of Environmental Engineering. Targeted at KS3 pupils particularly in Year 9 (Y9) the themes of air/ soil/water pollution were chosen because of their links to the KS3 National Curriculum for Science ( e
Author(s): Whitley David Dr.;Andresen Jon Dr.

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Energy resources: solar energy
Energy from sources other than fossil and nuclear fuels is to a large extent free of the concerns about environmental effects and renewability that characterize those two sources. Each alternative source supplies energy continuall, whether or not we use it, and most have their origins in energy generated outside the Earth, yet the potential of each is limited by its total supply set against its rate of use. The Sun will radiate energy until it ceases thermonuclear fusion, in around 5 billion yea
Author(s): An Open University Course Team

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Energy resources: alternative energy in perspective
Alternative energy sources are seen by many people as potential solutions to the many economic and environmental challenges posed by the current dominance of world energy supply by fossil and nucler fuels. Just how realistic are these hopes? This unit summarises the technical and geographic challenges posed by each alternative source. It is left to you to judge the feasiibility of imploementing these changes against the claims for 'alternative' solutions to global energy challenges that are regu
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Review of Barriers to Engaging Black and Minority Ethnic Groups in Physical Activity in the United K
The article looks at the lower physical activity levels in Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups as compared with general population in the United Kingdom (UK) could relate to barriers to engaging these groups in physical activity. Hence, the aim to conduct a review to examine UK primary studies reporting barriers to engaging BME groups in physical activity. Method: This is a narrative review of literature from 1970 to 2008. The search looked for English literature from five bibliographic datab
Author(s): Edwin R. van Teijlingen,Padam Simkhada,Sejlo A. Ko

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Delivering Sustainable Development (complete 12 unit module with HTML navigation)
This module opens with a review of changes in the contemporary world political economy and their implications for sustainable development. One of the most important factors generating change is globalisation and we examine the ideologies and institutions which serve to integrate all regions and peoples more intensely than ever before. The relationship between patterns of globalisation and endemic poverty and various environmental crises is examined to illustrate the contours of some of the most
Author(s): Staffordshire University

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1.1 Workbook contents

The main teaching text of this course is provided in the workbook below. The answers to the exercises that you'll find throughout the workbook are given in the answer book. You can access it by clicking on the link under the workbook. Section 4.2 of the course requires you to listen to some audio files. You'll find these on the next page of this course.

Click on the link below to open the workbook (PDF, 4 MB).

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Transport Activities
Activities for Part Seven of Greening Business: Transport often makes up a major part of an organization’s carbon footprint, whether through commuting of employees, business travel, or transport of materials, products or waste. Organizations can reduce this component of their carbon footprint through a wide range of actions including more fuel efficient company cars, increased use of video conferencing, change of source location of materials, reduction in off-site waste transport, and incenti
Author(s): Keele University,Stephen Whitfield,Dr Zoe Robinson

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