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Technical writing. there is two samples of the homework.. student wa7 and english2311 are sample
Determining the Benefits of Purchasing a Foot Operated Hand Sink Prepared for Dr. Andrew Hingle By Ima Student October 2, 2021 4252 Ursula Lane Dallas, TX 75243 October 2, 2021 Dr. Andrew Hingle Pain Clinic Business Manager 1000 Communications Pkwy Ste 400 Plano, TX 75093 Dear Dr. Hingle: I have submitted my proposal, which supports purchasing a foot operated hand sink for our clinic. Compared to last year, we have had considerably more patients informing us that they are sick or directly exposed to someone positive with COVID over the last few months. It is imperative that our clinic takes more cautious steps to decrease the chances of transmissibility, while still providing the standard of care to our patients who are in pain. One of the ways our office can decrease the transmissibility of the coronavirus is to purchase a foot operated hand sink in Room 3, which serves as our pre-op and post-op room. Usually, patients first go into Room 3 to get undressed and into their hospital gowns. Before doing so, we can have our patients make sure they wash their hands for 20 seconds in a foot operated hand sink before getting undressed. In the proposal, I discuss why the clinic should emphasize hand washing over simply using hand sanitizers with supporting research. The staff can also wash their hands in the foot operated hand sink after cleaning each dirty bed. By having the sink be hands-free, we are avoiding extra chances of contamination as well as conserving water. I have provided a couple of options of foot operated hand sinks that are financially reasonable. If you have any questions regarding the proposal, please do not hesitate to reach me at (214) 555-6313. I greatly appreciate your consideration of my proposal. Sincerely, Ima Student Ima Student Enclosure: Proposal Table of Contents Introduction ………………………………………………………………………………….. 1 Data Section …………………………………………………………………………………. 1 Importance of Hand Washing During COVID-19 Pandemic …………………………… 1 Different Brands of Foot Operated Hand Sinks ………………………………………… 3 Conclusion …………………………………………………………………………………… 4 Works Cited ………………………………………………………………………….……… 6 Introduction In 2020, the accelerated number of COVID-19 cases in the United States led to an abrupt shut down of many businesses, including elective surgeries. The importance of hand hygiene was strongly emphasized to the public. This led to a national shortage of hand sanitizers, anti-bacterial soaps, alcoholic wipes, and other cleaning products. Many outpatient clinics replaced in-office appointments with telemedicine to practice social distancing and still provide their patients essential care. When ambulatory centers and outpatient clinics were allowed to open to 25-50% capacity to perform elective procedures, patients were mandated to wear masks and asked to answer screening questions for COVID-19, either verbally or in writing. Only patients were allowed to enter the facility; their drivers were required to remain in the car. Hand sanitizers were placed conspicuously at the entrances, exam rooms, and check-out counters. In early 2021, the number of COVID cases slowly decreased. This was most likely attributed by the distribution of the federal approved Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. As health-care workers and patients got vaccinated, the COVID-19 precautions in businesses slowly became more lax. In some states, mask wearing became recommended for vaccinated people as opposed to required. The steady decline of COVID cases since January 2021 encouraged businesses to open at full capacity and masks to not be worn. However, the emergence of the Delta variant, which is more contagious than its predecessors, has led to the significant increase in new COVID cases. To avoid shutting down the clinic and still be able to treat the patients who need their injections, a purchase of a foot operated hand sink for the pre-op and post-op room is proposed. This will significantly decrease the chances of transmissibility between patient and medical staff, allowing the medical staff to provide standard of care to the patients in pain. This report will address the necessity of having a foot operated hand sink in a clinical setting. In the beginning, the importance of hand hygiene in preventing the spread of the delta variant is explored through medical research, specifically the prevalence of hand washing over hand sanitizing. Then the different brands and costs of foot operated hand sinks will be presented, with an overview of how a typical injection day at the clinic would be like with the foot operated hand sink present. Data Section Importance of Hand Washing During COVID-19 Pandemic Besides wearing face masks, recurrent hand hygiene, which includes washing hands with soap and water and using hand sanitizer with more than 60% alcohol, is one of the best ways to reduce the transmissibility of COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) highly recommends that people who are vaccinated continue to wear face masks. While the vaccines are still highly effective in preventing severe symptoms from the virus and death, vaccinated people can still get the virus. More importantly, they can still spread it to other people who may not be vaccinated. Therefore, the need for thorough hand hygiene is dire. Prior to the outbreak of the delta variant, research done in June 2020 showed that the majority of the targeted population was successful in practicing frequent hand hygiene. As shown in Table 1, most of the target population washed their hands and/or used hand sanitizers. The age group that frequently washed their hands and sanitized their hands were the elderly who were 65 years or older. Table 1 Frequency of hand hygiene in different sex and age groups The clinic currently has hand sanitizers in multiple places that are easy to reach for the patients. They are placed by the front door, in the waiting room, in each exam room, and on the check-out counter. While the clinic should continue to have the hand sanitizers conveniently present, the office should also have a hand washing station equally accessible to the patients during injection days. According to infectious disease experts, hand washing is more effective in removing germs compared to hand sanitizers. Applying hand sanitizer is more convenient and quicker compared to hand washing. However, hand sanitizers may not kill all the bacteria and viruses on the hands, regardless of the alcohol content. Furthermore, some bacteria have started to show resistance to low concentrations of alcohol. On the other hand, hand washing physically and completely removes the germs off the hands. Instead of killing the germs themselves like the hand sanitizers, the soap and water destroys the surface membranes of the germs, including the SARS virus. However, hand washing is most effective only if it is done correctly. Figure 1 shows the proper technique to hand washing. It is important to lather the hands with soap for at least 20 seconds and to make sure that the clean hands do not touch the sink tap again, as well as the bathroom door handle if there is one. Therefore, a foot operated hand sink is the best solution to avoid contamination as much as possible. Figure 1 Proper hand washing steps Different Brands of Foot Operated Hand Sinks The clinic staff is most exposed to patients during injection days. Injection days are scheduled once a month on a Monday. Medical assistants will be in proximity with patients: going over their medical charts, taking their vitals, helping them get dressed into the hospital gowns, transporting patients into the adjacent operation room, removing their IVs after the injection, helping them get dressed into their regular clothes, and walking them out to their cars. While patients can keep their masks on during pre-op and post-op, they are required to remove their masks when they are in the procedure bed, laying face down for their spinal injections. Therefore, unlike regular follow up days, where patients always remain masked, the medical staff are exposed for a significant amount of time to patients during injection days. Because the prime chance for transmissibility of the coronavirus occurs once a month on injection days, it is not necessary to install a whole new sink into the pre-op and post-op room. The clinic, for its small size and demand, does not need a full scrub sink like major hospitals have in the surgery rooms. Dr. Edward Smith does not allow injection days to exceed past twelve cases as well, to accommodate for his stamina and mental fortitude. Therefore, instead of hiring a contractor to install a whole new sink and interfere with the pipeline infrastructure, I recommend that the clinic buys a single portable foot operated hand sink. Portable hand sinks are more cost effective compared to installing scrubs sinks. Most of the portable hand sinks are less than $1,000. More importantly, there is no need to be concerned about the cost of paying someone to install the sink and the quote of hiring a contractor to break down the wall and connect the new sink to preexisting water lines. Figure 2 is the Mobi Portable Hand Washing Sink. It is operated with a foot pump, so it is hands-free. With its non-marking wheels, the sink is easy to maneuver around the small pre-op and post-op room. Furthermore, the sink has a 17-gallon freshwater capacity. This means that on average, the Mobi Portable Hand Washing Sink can yield 275 hand washings before it needs to be replaced. That is more than enough capacity for our injection days. The sink also has a 37-gallon wastewater capacity, which is simple to remove and drain in the regular bathroom sink. Because of the wastewater gallon’s large capacity, the medical staff does not have to replace it in the middle of injections, disrupting the flow. Figure 2 Mobi Portable Hand Washing Sink Figure 3 is Acorn’s Foot Pump Eco Portable Wash-Ware Hand Washing Station. Much like the Mobi Portable Hand Washing Sink, Acorn’s sink is easy to move around due to its wheels, which also can be locked with brakes. Furthermore, this particular sink comes with two 6.5-gallon tanks, one for freshwater and the other for wastewater. Unlike the Mobi Portable Hand Washing Sink, Acorn’s sink is made of stainless steel. To remove fingerprints, it is recommended to clean with a soft sponge along with dishwashing liquid, mild soap water, or club soda. Figure 3 Acorn’s Foot Pump Eco Portable Wash-Ware Hand Washing Station Conclusion With the alarmingly increased number of COVID cases starting this summer due to the high transmissibility of the delta variant, it is of the utmost importance that the clinic takes extra precautions to ensure the safety of the employees and patients. While the patients are instructed to wear their masks regardless of their vaccination status, it will be beneficial to tell them to wash their hands in the portable foot operated hand sink prior to getting into their hospital gowns on injection days. This will ensure that patients are not bringing any bacteria or viruses with them on their hands. Furthermore, the medical staff can wash their hands in between cases and after cleaning the beds. Hand washing is more effective and thorough in removing bacteria and viruses compared to hand sanitizers. This will protect the patients from possible infection as well. Having a single portable foot operated hand sink will be a worthy investment in ensuring the health of the patients and the staff overall. Works Cited Acorn Engineering Company. (2020). Foot Pump – Eco Portable Wash-Ware® Hand Washing Station. Acorn Engineering Company. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2021, August 26). Delta Variant: What We Know About the Science. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Czeisler, M. E., et. al (2020). Demographic Characteristics, Experiences, and Beliefs Associated with Hand Hygiene Among Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic – United States, June 24-30, 2020. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep, 69(41), 1485-1491. 10.15585/mmwr.mm6941a3 Portable Handwashing. (2021). MOBI Portable Hand Washing Sink, Heavy-Duty HDPE Plastic, High-Capacity, Non-Heated – MOBI-2. Portable Handwashing. UCI Health. (2020). Soap vs. Hand Sanitizer. UCI Health.
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Memorandum To: Ian John, the Head of Environmental Conservation and Waste Management Authority, Coca Cola Company From: Lionel Diouga Date: October 17, 2021 Subject: Proposal for Proper Plastic Waste Management Introduction The amount of plastic produced today is about 350 million tonnes worldwide, and only about 11% of this value is being recycled. With its value, the extent of the plastic population in the environment has increased, and almost every part of the ecosystem has plastic or plastic materials from the land, water, and the air. This is a lot of plastic that may lead to an environmental and climate crisis shortly. The Coca-cola Company has been a long-time user of plastic materials in their packaging and production lines. This extensive plastic is due to the company considering cheap production cost, reliability, and versatility. The proposal will help the company develop an effective way and engagement that would limit the amount of plastic waste on the environment. Statement of Problem Plastic production continues, and this colony will continue to occupy our oceans, lakes, and landfills. With more production and companies’ inability to take care of their plastics, acceptable methods should be developed to manage the plastic waste in our environment. The coca-cola company is seeking new methods that would help minimize the plastic waste that they release to the environment. The major challenge is how they will reduce their dependency on plastic materials and how to their plastic waste on the environment. Proposed Solution One possible solution to the reduction in the development of alternatives is to reduce plastic usage. The company should develop alternative methods of packaging that will reduce the use of plastics in their production lines. With only 11% of the total 350 million tons of plastic wastes being recycled, usage reduction could best mitigate the problem. This should involve the commitment by the company production and business management to find effective ways to reduce the use of this colony. Manufacturing using recyclable packaging will also be a big step towards the management of these wastes. However, this requires a commitment to ensure that the company follows up on their production amounts and amount dispatched to create a circular economy that will ensure their wastes back to the company and its subsidiaries for recycling in one way or other for reuse in their lines. Hence, alternative management of plastics should be developed, such as using these wastes to develop other products that could be used in other sectors such as construction and energy production. Personal responsibility is also important to reduce the amount of plastic usage. Scope To assess the different methods which can be used to reduce the amount of plastic in the environment, the following topics will be considered: What is the major impact of engagement in plastic waste management activities for the company and its revenues? What are some of the initiatives they have taken to ensure responsibility for their plastics products? How will the company benefit from the management of plastics and commitment to create a circular economy of operation? Methods The data to be used in the experiment will be majorly drawn from publications on the effects of plastics on the general environment, the history of plastic usage and other informational websites on the environment, and documentaries on the efforts to combat the plastic pandemic. Another data was obtained from the Coca-cola company management sector and their publications on methods to manage the wastes. Conclusion There is a dire need to save the environment from plastic wastes. Efforts should be made to find better solutions to problems by both individual, corporate, and government agencies. Using the topic highlighted above, it would be possible to define a better method to reduce plastic wastes. Tentative Bibliography Hopewell, J. (2009). Plastics recycling: Challenges and opportunities. PubMed Central (PMC). Parker, L. (2019, June 7). Plastic pollution facts and information. National Geographic. Unep. (2018, June 28). What are businesses doing to turn off the plastic tap?
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Analytical Report: Coca Cola Waste Management Involvement Name Institutional Affiliation Due Date Introduction Large amounts of plastics are being produced every day, and the problem is growing bigger and bigger as many companies struggle to engage in the recycling method to manage these wastes. Still, recycling is also growing ineffective day by day. This has prompted companies like Coca-cola to define new ways to manage their wastes. The company has been engaged in different methods to ensure that they reduce their plastic waste in the environment. For instance, in 2018, the Coca-Cola Company launched the world without waste initiative, which would measure their plastic packaging around the world (Coca-Cola Company, n.d.). The main problem is to ensure the efficiency and the cost-effectiveness of the program. In this proposal, the focus is to define the best methods that the company would use to reduce the amount of plastic waste they release to the economy and how they can effectively reuse their engagement. Problem Statement The company is keen on engaging in processes and environmental programs that help them in driving their program. As fore stated above, due to more production and companies’ inability to take care of their plastics, acceptable methods should be developed to manage the plastic waste in our environment. The Coca-Cola Company is on a hunt for effective strategies that would enable the management of these wastes as part of their initiative to ensure that they renew the focus of their packaging life cycle. The major challenge is how they will reduce their dependency on plastic materials and how to their plastic waste on the environment. Audience The Primary audience for this proposal is the head of the environmental conservation and waste management department at Coca-Cola Company, Mr. Ian John. My secondary audience will be the chief production line manager, Mr. Leon Rodriguez, in charge of the production line processes. Other audiences would be the managers of the different subsidiary companies of the coca-cola and their various waste management officers in the subsidiary companies. This audience is motivated and eager to engage in the waste management process to reach the coca-cola company packaging revolution. The audience is focused on ensuring that the company’s productivity levels continue and the cost of the integration of these processes will be effective to the company. Data Section The World without Waste Initiative The company has this strong belief that creating a circular economy with no waste is possible. This is what led to the creation of the bold initiative of the world without waste. This is one of the initiatives to ensure that either they encourage reuse or make them more recyclable or reduce the production of these wastes from their production line. The world packaging problem is growing. It is up to the companies to develop better ways to reduce plastics packaging disasters or identify ways to modify their production lines to reduce plastic usage. The focus of Coca-cola is to create sustainable business practices that would ensure that they reduce their waste production. In the outline of this initiative, the company seeks to collect and recycle all its bottles and cans by 2030 (Quincey, 2018). This initiative is focused on relooking on their packaging procedures which led to the introduction of the PlantBottle packaging in 2009. The company is now focused on the creation of 100% recyclable packaging cans. The company now seeks commitment to ensure that they reuse most of their cans by 2025. This has prompted the involvement of different stakeholders to ensure that there is a continuation of the progress of this initiative. Alternatives Methods to Reduce Plastic Usage Away from the signed pact with other companies to encourage the reduction of plastic packaging with different companies worldwide, the company could employ alternative methods to ensure they reduce plastic packaging. The company can control the production line process and use raw of materials to reduce the plastic output. For instance, utilization of plant raw materials to define their new packaging. This will produce cans that are not only biodegradable but also reusable. This technology is used by companies such as Swiss food and McDonald’s (UNEP, 2018). Even though these are food companies’ similar manipulation can be applied to any production plant. For instance, creating a production line that would require the production of cans made from stiff paper and lined with aluminum for packaging. Company Environmental Engagement Coca-Cola has been very much involved in funding and participating in plastic wastes collection in different operating countries especially considering their cans and bottles. A successful scenario is in Canada, in which about 77% of their containers were collected (Coca-Cola Company, n.d.). They have also been involved in the participation with the government bodies and other stakeholders to encourage increased funding for the collection of plastics and cans. Cost-Effectiveness of the Processes So far, the Coca-cola company’s involvement in the waste process is cost-effective as the company seeks to improve its engagements in the process. The proposal will increase the cost-effectiveness of the process to ensure that the vision will be kept alive for as long as possible. The cost-effectiveness of all processes is the initiative’s central drive as major stakeholders get involved, and the business needs to keep moving. References Coca Cola Company. (n.d.). Sustainable packaging. The Coca-Cola Company. Hopewell, J. (2009). Plastics recycling: Challenges and opportunities. PubMed Central (PMC). Parker, L. (2019, June 7). Plastic pollution facts and information. National Geographic. Unep. (2018, June 28). What are businesses doing to turn off the plastic tap? Quincey, J. (2018, January 21). Moving towards a world without waste. World Economic Forum.
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I have attached the wa5 as DiougaL-wa5, assignment 6 as report edited 2 that was the draft. Based from wa5 and wa6 you need to complete the wa. WA7 is a major assignment, so I want to be sure everyone understands what is expected. 1. A coverpage. 2. A Letter of Transmittal. Please review our text regarding business letter format (full block format) and observe these conventions:      • return address at the top (no name)      • date      • full name and address of recipient      • salutation punctuated with a colon, not a comma      • at least three body paragraphs no longer than eight lines for any paragraph, including an effective closing paragraph      • a complimentary closing, capitalizing only the first word (Yours truly, or Sincerely yours, or Sincerely,)      • a signature or signature font followed by your typed name 3. A Table of Contents. You do NOT need to include the Audience Profile. 4. A report of at least three full pages of text (excluding the space taken up by your visuals). Your report should be in 12-point font and have line spacing on wider than 1.1. No paragraph should be longer then 12 lines. 5. At least two visuals (charts, tables, photos, etc.) that enhance meaningful points in your disucssion. Don’t just throw in a stock photo. Make the visual meaningful and be sure any text is large enough to read. 6. A Works Cited page with at least five works cited. Please remember that any source listed in “Works Cited” must actually be cited somewhere in the body of the report. Don’t just include a list potential sources. Instead, make sure there is a parenthetical notation or internal reference for each source listed in Works Cited. Otherwise, it’s not a work cited. If you have eight works cited, then you should have eight parenthetical or internal notations. Please don’t include a long list of sources you didn’t actually cite. MLA is the most common format for English reports, but those in medical or engineering fields often prefer AP. I will accept either format for sources and report formatting. I’ll include an additional WA7 sample from a recent student paper so you will have a better idea of what I am expecting to receive for WA7.

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