H0 2 There is no statistically significant correlation between safety training

H0 2 there is no statistically significant

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H0 2 : There is no statistically significant correlation between safety training expenditure and lost time hours. HA 2 : Have we got the remedies if there is a significant correlation between safety training expenditure and lost time hours? RQ 3 : Is there a predictive relationship between frequency, angle in degrees, chord length, velocity, and displacement and decibel level? H0 3 : There is no statistically significant relationship between frequency, angle in degrees, chord length, velocity, and displacement and decibel level. HA 3 : How we can prevent the noise exposure if there is a significant relationship between frequency, angle in degrees, chord length, velocity, and displacement and decibel level? RQ 4 : Is the revised training program more effective than the prior training program? H0 4 : There is no statistically significant difference in mean scores between prior training and revised training.
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UNIT II SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY 4 HA 4 : What can we utilize if there is a significant difference in mean scores between prior training and revised training? RQ 5 : Does working on job sites to remediate lead increase lead blood levels?
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