Research objective 4 to compare the effectiveness between the revised new

Research objective 4 to compare the effectiveness

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length, velocity, and displacement on decibel level. Research objective 4: to compare the effectiveness between the revised new employee training program and the prior training program Research objective 5: to compare blood lead levels from 49 employees’ pre-exposure and post-exposure Research objective 6: To compare the differences in return-on-investment between air monitoring, soil remediation, water reclamation, and health and safety training. Research Question and Hypotheses RQ 1 : Is there a relationship between particulate matter size and employee sick days? H0 1 : There is no statistically significant relationship between particulate matter size and employee sick days. HA 1 : There is a statistically significant relationship between particulate matter size and employee sick days. RQ 2 : Is there a predictive relationship between safety training expenditure and lost time hours? H0 2 : There is no statistically significant relationship between safety training expenditure and lost time hours. HA 2 : There is a statistically significant relationship 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?
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SUN COAST BUSINESS DILEMMAS 8 H0 3 : There is no statistically significant relationship between frequency, angle in degrees, chord length, velocity, and displacement and decibel level. HA 3 : There is a statistically significant relationship between frequency, angle in degrees, chord length, velocity, and displacement and decibel level. RQ 4 : Is the revised new employee 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. HA 4 : There is a statistically significant difference in mean scores between prior training and revised training. RQ 5 : Have employee blood lead levels increased from their pre-exposure baseline measurements? H0 5 : There is no statistically significant difference in employee blood lead levels between pre-exposure and post-exposure. HA 5 : There is a statistically significant difference in employee blood lead levels between pre-exposure and post-exposure. RQ 6 : Are there differences in return-on-investment between air monitoring, soil remediation, water reclamation, and health and safety training? H0 6 : There are no statistically significant differences between air monitoring, soil remediation, water reclamation, and health and safety training. HA 6 : There are statistically significant differences between air monitoring, soil remediation, water reclamation, and health and safety training.
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SUN COAST BUSINESS DILEMMAS 9 References Abdulsalam, S., Onajole, A., Odeyemi, K., Babatunde, O., & Ismail, A. (2015). Comparative Assessment of Blood Lead Levels of Automobile Technicians in Organised and Roadside Garages in Lagos, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental and Public Health, 2015 , 1-9. doi:10.1155/2015/976563 Bahari, S. (2013). An Investigation of Safety Training and Safety Outcome in a Manufacturing Plant. Jurnal Teknologi, 64 . doi:10.11113/jt.v64.1499 Bansah, K., Dumakor-Dupey, N., & Assan, E. (2016).
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