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Health Informatics: An Interdisciplinary Approach In Healthcare Management By Dr. Raphael Akangbe
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Technology is seminal to the progress of any country. It helps to catalyze efficiency in the provision of better production and services. It is the major enabler of social change and development in... More > the world. One of the major developments which had profound impact on the economic growth pattern in the world in the new millennium has been the strides in the domain of health care system. The world has observed significant growth of applications in diverting areas of Health Informatics. This technology has drastically changed the working of today's health care delivery by increasing efficiency and effectiveness over the past decades. Now Health Informatics permeates nearly every aspect of health operations and communications. It is being used over the globe by all the health organizations of developed and developing countries for performance improvements.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-02 By Karen Dixon et al.
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The Highway Safety Manual (HSM) published by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in the spring of 2010 includes safety predictive methods which are used to estimate... More > the safety of a transportation facility. However, the safety performance functions (SPFs) were developed for states other than Oregon. Because of differences in crash reporting, driver and animal populations, and weather conditions, officials need calibrated SPFs for Oregon facilities. Predictive methods were developed for rural two-lane roads, rural multilane roads, and urban/suburban arterial roads. In this project SPFs were calibrated for these facility types based on their historic performance in Oregon. The report illustrates methods of site selection, collection of crash and site data, analysis methods, and an evaluation of crash severity distribution methods. Oregon agencies can use calibrated HSM predictive methods to more accurately assess expected facility safety performance for Oregon conditions.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-02 By Karen Dixon et al.
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The Highway Safety Manual (HSM) published by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in the spring of 2010 includes safety predictive methods which are used to estimate... More > the safety of a transportation facility. However, the safety performance functions (SPFs) were developed for states other than Oregon. Because of differences in crash reporting, driver and animal populations, and weather conditions, officials need calibrated SPFs for Oregon facilities. Predictive methods were developed for rural two-lane roads, rural multilane roads, and urban/suburban arterial roads. In this project SPFs were calibrated for these facility types based on their historic performance in Oregon. The report illustrates methods of site selection, collection of crash and site data, analysis methods, and an evaluation of crash severity distribution methods. Oregon agencies can use calibrated HSM predictive methods to more accurately assess expected facility safety performance for Oregon conditions.< Less
HireRight Employment Screening Benchmarking Report 2009 By Omar Barraza
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The HireRight Benchmarking Report reveals common workforce screening policies and practices to provide information organizations can use to help advance their programs by identifying strengths and... More > weaknesses, stimulating continuous process improvement and supporting change management. More than 1,400 individuals from organizations of all sizes and many industries, doing business in every region of the world, participated during 2009. To produce the HireRight Benchmarking Report, HireRight surveyed 1,411 human resources, recruiting, talent management, security, safety and other professionals. The respondents represented organizations with less than 49 to more than 25,000 workers, across a diverse set of industries.< Less
HireRight Employment Screening Benchmarking Report 2009 By Omar Barraza
eBook (PDF): $249.99
The HireRight Benchmarking Report reveals common workforce screening policies and practices to provide information organizations can use to help advance their programs by identifying strengths and... More > weaknesses, stimulating continuous process improvement and supporting change management. More than 1,400 individuals from organizations of all sizes and many industries, doing business in every region of the world, participated during 2009. To produce the HireRight Benchmarking Report, HireRight surveyed 1,411 human resources, recruiting, talent management, security, safety and other professionals. The respondents represented organizations with less than 49 to more than 25,000 workers, across a diverse set of industries.< Less
Safe Guard Hub Password Book One Location Organized and Central By Adam Britnell
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Cyber security is one of the biggest challenges facing the modern world. The threat of having our personal data compromised by hackers continues to grow as new technology advances. Finding... More > comprehensive ways to store and encrypt data can be exhausting. Safeguard HUB: Central, Organized, and Safe was created to provide better safety for internet users. We cannot stress the importance of creating strong, defensible passwords and having a singular place to store that information.. Do not get lost or confused in the process! Safeguard Hub provides ample space to create and store your passwords while exploring the do’s and don’ts of proper password security. Safeguard Hub is broken down into three distinct sections, including a brief exploration of cryptocurrency and what to do in the event of an emergency. User friendly, this book is a must have for anyone who has trouble remembering their passwords or those who lack the proper knowledge to make their online presence stronger and safer.< Less
Maryland Commercial Vehicle Traffic Facts 2012 By Donald Chiarella
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Maryland Commercial Vehicle Traffic Safety Facts for 2012. A compilation of data from the MAARS database.
OTREC-RR-13-10 By Miguel Figliozzi & Katherine Bell
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Oregon is one of a few states using commercial truck weight-mile tax (WMT). The Oregon Dept. of Transportation (ODOT) developed a system for simpler WMT collection. The Truck Road Use Electronics... More > (TRUE) system includes a smart phone application to collect Global Positioning System (GPS) data. This surpasses other GPS data due to its level of geographic detail and potential to integrate trip origin and destination, vehicle class, and commodity data. This research evaluates the accuracy of TRUE data and demonstrates its use in freight modeling, performance measures, and planning applications. The use of data for highly accurate trip-generation rates and mobility performance measures is demonstrated. TRUE data has strong potential in measuring safety, accessibility and connectivity, system condition and environmental stewardship. The potential for use in emissions estimates including speed profiles and truck type is examined. Integration with weigh-in-motion data will vastly improve emission estimate accuracy.< Less
OTREC-RR-13-10 By Miguel Figliozzi & Katherine Bell
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Oregon is one of a few states using commercial truck weight-mile tax (WMT). The Oregon Dept. of Transportation (ODOT) developed a system for simpler WMT collection. The Truck Road Use Electronics... More > (TRUE) system includes a smart phone application to collect Global Positioning System (GPS) data. This surpasses other GPS data due to its level of geographic detail and potential to integrate trip origin and destination, vehicle class, and commodity data. This research evaluates the accuracy of TRUE data and demonstrates its use in freight modeling, performance measures, and planning applications. The use of data for highly accurate trip-generation rates and mobility performance measures is demonstrated. TRUE data has strong potential in measuring safety, accessibility and connectivity, system condition and environmental stewardship. The potential for use in emissions estimates including speed profiles and truck type is examined. Integration with weigh-in-motion data will vastly improve emission estimate accuracy.< Less
The Collection and Interpretation of Indoor Mold Samples: A Comparison of Methods By Joe C. Spurgeon, Ph.D.
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The quality of the inspection is determined by the quality of the samples that are collected, so it’s important to use the best sampling and data-interpretation methods available. But there is... More > currently little guidance as to which methods are better and which are worse; which result in a rational interpretation of the data, and which result in data that are difficult to interpret. Joe C. Spurgeon, Ph.D., who has conducted thousands of inspections, delivers objective guidance on sampling and data interpretation methods in this guidebook for inspectors and anyone concerned about safety. Read this book to learn: Which of the commonly used sampling methods result in reproducible sample results that can be interpreted and which methods don’t. Why different airborne sampling methods may be needed to assess structural contamination and occupant exposure. How the reference, control, and database data-interpretation methods may be used to convert sample results into actionable information.< Less

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