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Transcript: #3:the third way is to not have many glass objects because for example if you have a glass table something might fall on top and it can be really dangerous to have glass all over the floor by:Gisselle Vargas #3:put flexible pipes which will prevent pipes from breaking.If they break gas lines and water lines will leak. #4:build triangle structures because triangles are th strongest shape #1:one way to reduce earthquake damage is to make our buildings more flexible by using wood or steal instead of brick and concrete because there not flexible. #1:one way to make our class and home more earthquake safe is by not having many large windows around any places were children might be. Earthquake Powerpoint Earthquakes at the other end of it is an ink pen and underneath that pen is a piece of paper rolled around a cylinder.The cylinder rotates so that the pen continuously To locate an earthquakes epicenter you need seismic wave charts.First you need to find the arrival time of P-waves and S-waves by using the seismic chart.The first large spike on the chart is the P-wave and the second large spike is the S-wave.You have to find the difference between the p and s waves arrival.For example if a P-wave arrived at 10;23:00 and a S-wave arrived at 10;26:22 the difference in arrival is 3minutes and 22seconds.You line up the edge of your paper with the y-axis of the time travel chart.Make a small line on the paper where the origin touches the graph.Make a second line on the paper where the difference in arrival time touches the graph.In this example we would place a small line on the paper where zero touches and where 3min22 seconds.You slide the piece of paper across the graph always keeping the 0 line touching the p-wave curve.When the line marking the difference in arrival time meets the s-wave curve dont move the paper anymore.Following the edge of the paper read the distance from the epicenter off the x-axis.This is the distance that particular seismic station was from the epicenter.Record the distance.Repeat the process with other two seismic wave charts from.Record the distance. other locations The fault is marked before ,during,and after the fault ruptures.As rocks slowly move past each other, elastic strain energy builds up along the strike-slip fault.Eventually rocks rupture and slip along the fault.The sudden slip sends complex waves radiating out in all directions into the surrounding rocks.The energy in the waves causes the shaking during an earthquake.Elastic strain energy that was stored in the rocks is partly released by the breaking and moving,and partly released as seismic waves draws an ink line along the moving paper.If there is no earthquake the rod does not swing and the pen stays in place and the ink line is straight. Some hazards that result from an earthquake include fires,landslides,loose sediment,and tsunamis.Fire is the most common hazard that occurs following an earthquake.Fires usually occur when earthquakes rupture gas pipes and sever electrical lines. #4:another way is to have a place to hind under from falling objects during an earthquake #2:another way is to not have heavy objects on top any tall shelf or cabinet because during an earthquake it can fall on top on anybody and can harm someone #2:another way is to install base isolators under the sand so that they can absorb seismic waves A seismograph works in a very simple way.A heavy weight is fastened to a rod.That rod hangs from a pole and is free to swing from side to side when there`s an earthquake. #5:the last way to be safe is by having hard material furniture An earthquake that occurs under the ocean causes sudden movement of the seafloor.This movement causes powerful ocean waves that can devaste a region.these ocean waves are called tsunamis, one of an earthquake hazards.You know when one is about to occur when the water along the shoreline might move back rapidly toward the sea. Those lines on the paper role are called a seismogram Wet sediment can be strong but an earthquakes shaking can can cause it to act like liquid.This is called liquefaction.When liquefaction occurs in soil under buildings the buildings can sink into the soil and collapse.People that living in earthquake-regions should avoid building on soil or fill made of loose sediment. P-waves acuse rock particles to vibrate in the same direction that waves travel.There the first to be detcted and recorded by scientific instruments are the fastest,and travel through both solids and fluids. S-waves cause rock particles to vibrate perpendicualr to the direction direction that waves travel.There slower than p-waves and are recorded to come after p-waves.They only travel through solids. Surface-waves cause rock particles to move with a side to side swing or rolling motion.Is the slowest seismic wave and causes the most damage at earths surface #6:last one is to have batteries,flashlight,first aid kit,battery radio,gallons of water,and canned food. seismographs One way to

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Transcript: Surface Waves 2 types One type produces motion up, down, and around The other produces back-and-forth motion Primary waves are also known as P-waves. Primary waves come first and are the fastest Move in a back-and-forth direction Seismograh Data Primary Waves Summary Primary Waves The Richter Magnitude Scale Used to measure the strength of an earthquake Created by Charles Richter in the 1930’s Magnitude – A measure of the strength of an earthquake Mercalli Intensity Scale - intensity – a measure of the degree to which an earthquake is felt by people and the amount of damage cased by the earthquake Measuring Earthquake Strength and Intensity Primary Waves Secondary waves are also known as S-waves. These waves come after P-waves. Move in a side-to-side direction Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Earthquakes The students learned about how earthquakes are predicted, how to be prepared for an earthquake, and the effects that earthquakes have on buildings. Surface Waves Day 2 Primary waves are also known as P-waves. Primary waves come first and are the fastest Move in a back-and-forth direction P-waves, S-waves and Surface Waves Epicenter – the point on the Earth’s surface directly above an earthquake’s starting point or focus Focus – the point along a fault at which the first motion of an earthquake occurs Day 1 What are P-waves, S-waves, and surface waves? 2 types One type produces motion up, down, and around The other produces back-and-forth motion Secondary waves are also known as S-waves. These waves come after P-waves. Move in a side-to-side direction Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Artifacts Measuring Earthquake Strength and Intensity Secondary waves are also known as S-waves. These waves come after P-waves. Move in a side-to-side direction Time and Location of Earthquakes Secondary Waves Secondary waves are also known as S-waves. These waves come after P-waves. Move in a side-to-side direction During our earthquake unit, our students learned about P-Waves, S-waves and surface waves. They explored how waves travel, how scientist study earthquake motion, and how to stay safe during an earthquake. In the event of an earthquake, our students are prepared to take appropriate safety precautions! 2 types One type produces motion up, down, and around The other produces back-and-forth motion Secondary waves are also known as S-waves. These waves come after P-waves. Move in a side-to-side direction Secondary waves are also known as S-waves. These waves come after P-waves. Move in a side-to-side direction Primary waves are also known as P-waves. Primary waves come first and are the fastest Move in a back-and-forth direction Day 3 2 types One type produces motion up, down, and around The other produces back-and-forth motion Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Our purpose for this mini-unit was to teach the children about how earthquakes happen, how earthquakes are measured and classified, and how to stay safe during an earthquake. Purpose Primary Waves Secondary Waves A tracing of earthquake motion that is created by a seismograph Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Surface Waves Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 2 types One type produces motion up, down, and around The other produces back-and-forth motion Earthquakes Teena Allen, Teresa Collins, Hillary Hamrick, Alex Carnes Secondary Waves

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Transcript: Yushi is basically an authentic Asian cuisine turned into a modern Asian cuisine. We get our ideas of food from different Asian countries such as China, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnamese, Japanese, etc. We are basically a fast food chain place with the concept of an “Asian Subway/Chipotle”. Unlike these places, most of our food is freshly prepared. We receive fresh fish everyday, which are used for sushi and salads. We have just-made chilled and hot grab and go dishes. You have an option to try something different everyday due to the variety of options being provided. We review performance every 6 months. We keep tracks of their overtime. This shows that they are willing to put in extra hours for themselves as well as for the company. That shows the amount of dedication they have. Our employees are one of our top priorities. We want them to succeed as much as possible and reviewing performance is a great opportunity for them to show case their abilities and talent. How would you describe Yushi? YUSHI: ASIAN KITCHEN Date: October 26 2012 Time: 3pm Individual's name: Tenzing Jangchup Position: Human Resource Location of employment: 100 Maiden Street, New York, 10038 Contact Number: 9174344767 Email Address: 10zingjangchup@yahoo.com BY: Dorje Sherpa what kind of training program does the company offer? Is it highly structured or more informal? How often do you review performance? In order to determine the status of an employee, performing Evaluation programs is very helpful and important. It helps the HR and the manager figure out how the employees are performing. In Yushi, Jangchup evaluates his employees once every 6 months. In my opinion it should be taking place 2-3 times every six months. There are employees who might not be able to stick with the job for 6 months. It’s a very long gap that needs to be filled with the records of the employee and their progress that they have made so far. Application -Interview -Hired on Spot -Orientation _start off your first day at work. When we first opened our restaurant in Maiden Lane, we had an orientation, which lasted for a week. One of our executive Chef Danny Lachs talked about the background information of company such as when we were created and what influenced us to open up a food chain such as Yushi. It is highly structured because we planned out the orientation before hands. We have a process of going through all the information they need to know about the job and their position. We train our employee before the restaurant operates. asd NEGATIVE ASPECTS EMPLOYEE SELECTION THE END

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