Safety First CS

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Phil Meyer, Judd Andrews, Jenny Schnaible Safety First C.S. ID the Dilemma: Is it the right thing for Wally to hold his workers of a different culture and background to the same safety practices of his culture? ID the Core Stakeholders: - The Indonesian contract workers constructing the mill. - The employer of the company constructing the mill. - Wally ID their Rights and Duties: Rights Duties Wally To be listened to by the contract employees Contract Workers— to listen to Wally and other supervisors. To make decisions and run his portion of the company to the best of his ability Wally’s Employer— to trust Wally and his decision making in building the mill.
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Options: 1.) To force his workers to follow safety practices as stated in the company’s manual. 2.) To allow his workers to not follow safety practices as stated in the company’s manual. “Remain as is.” Consequences: Option 1 There would be an increase in the overall implied safety of the contract workers, resulting in less deaths and serious injury.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ARTH 110 taught by Professor Peters during the Fall '07 term at St. Thomas.

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