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Music welcome back today we're going to talk about personal protective equipment Music personal protective equipment or PPE are items such as hardhat gloves safety Footwear high risk clothing and harnesses that protects the user against health and safety risks at work PPE should only be used as a last resort when risks cannot be adequately controlled under the Health and Safety at Work Act employers aren't allowed to charge for PPE and must make sure employees now how to use any PPE that is issued to them employers must also make sure all PP is maintained correctly and replace anything that can't be maintained employees also have duties when it comes to PPS if your risk assessment has deemed that PPE is mandatory employees must wear it employees must also report any faults in their PPE as soon as this button we offer hints tips and advice throughout the year to subscribe to our youtube channel or give us a call.

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What is some advice regarding PPE applications to Oxford?
I am an offer holder for PPE at Trinity college Oxford, so this advice should be fresh in the mind. There are three parts to the PPE admissions process, the personal statement, TSA, and interview.Personal StatementKeep it academic - The personal statement for PPE as with all Oxbridge courses should be around 90% academic. However, you can mention extracurriculars in how they would benefit your studies. For instance, if you did grade 8 tuba alongside your A levels, you might say this shows you can handle a higher workload than other people, and still get stellar grades.Look at other Statements - Category:Politics Personal Statements - The Student Room - The student room is a useful resource, check out the PPE statements on here, I think numbers 10, 11, 12, 13, and 15 got into Oxford.Write about a topic you find interesting and so can talk about it at length in the interview. If you write something just because you think it makes you sound clever they can smell it a mile away. Obviously this includes mentioning a book you haven’t read.TSAPractise, Practise and Practise. Preparing for TSA Oxford - Do as many of the past papers as you can, and do it with time pressure.Section 1 - it may sound silly but its worth spending a couple of hours working on arithmetical tricks, you don’t want to be wasting time doing laborious calculations. In some cases it is also more prudent to approximate, rather than trying to arrive at exact figures. I didn’t do this myself but I heard recently that it helps to read the answers first. I would recommend experimenting with different ways of working through the problems and seeing what works for you.After practising Section 1 a number of times, don’t think you are the bees knees if you’re getting really high scores (80+, conversion not %). It is a common phenomenon to do much better in the practise than in real life. Though if not, don’t get spooked. The average accepted applicant gets around 70 on section 1.For the section 2, it helps to have some framework of how you are going to attack the questions. Personally, my biggest strength is in philosophy, so I knew that I would pick the most philosophical question, and even if the questions were very practical, I would reduce it to philosophical issues. Obviously this shouldn’t necessarily be your plan of attack, but it’s worth having a strategy for everything. A few nice quotes which can be universally applied won’t go amiss.InterviewRelax - just try to enjoy yourself, even if you don’t get in you will have had the opportunity to talk to world leading professors about a subject you’re passionate about.Become rounded - I think a surprising number PPE applicants are really passionate about politics, and perhaps the consequences of economics on politics, but know pretty much nothing about philosophy. It’s fine to be strong on two of the subjects, in my case I am much better at philosophy and economics than politics. However, not even having a cursory knowledge of philosophical issues (or indeed, political or economical ones) is interview suicide.Practise interviews - Regularly arguing with friends with similar interests about PPE topics is a huge advantage, but if not try and arrange as many practise interviews with teachers or family friends as possible. You really need to get use to verbally discussing and defending your viewpoints. Joining a debate society might help to cultivate this ability.Hope this helps :)
How should I start to learn hacking and what are the prerequisites, like programming languages, networking, OS, etc.? Is it a must to have knowledge of Java, PHP, or some others of these types?
Ok I will repeat what I have written in more than some 10 answers.If you are really serious about perusing career in computer system securities forget all about ethical hacking now. Ethical hacking is a jimick designed to attract rip of and make people feel they have learned something when they have not.Most people think that security hacking is a specific course or thing that they can learn separately when it is really not. Security hacking skill is an art form that is developed by long term practice learning and hard work. It is not something that can be easily be learned out from a text book and a course.Sure they will teach you to use a few tools and few concepts and few methods that has been outdated for maybe 20 years but to really learn the art you need to master how a computer system works.Imagine a guy who knows everything about a car, he knows how the engine is made and works he knows the transmissions, he knows the suspension systems he knows why each screw in the car is there and what changing it can do to the car. Now if he tries he can open the door without triggering the alarm, there is no question of it, he can hot wire the car, change its engines performance, modify almost anything and even remove every security feature in it.This is how being a hacker feels like, being so good and knowledgeable about the system that you can practically modify any aspect of it to your needs. Its not just getting over security but changing stuff, creating new stuff and even inventing new technologies. It all comes down to how well you understand the system.To become a good hacker you need to start learning how a computer works rather than how to hack into a system. Yo need to start with basic programming and scripting, learn it well and understand the possibilities, then move on to HTTP servers such as Apache and HTTP by itself, learn how servers handle request, how message goes from one side to another, how is the security stuff implemented, where is the passwords stored, can it be read.  Starting their it is a very long journey to becoming the next best hacker, you slowly learn to think like a computer and understand the system even better. The more you understand how a security is implemented and what are its weaknesses the better you will eb at exploiting it.Ethical hacking courses that are provided today are more like a course to hot wiring, there is no guarantee you will ever get into the car, you will never know what to do if the car has an alarm, you will never even know what to do if hot wiring do not work.So not it is your decision, there is no such thing as "Hacking"  or "Ethical hacking" its an art that comes from the knowledge of the working of the machine. Learn it build it break it.
How does one become a computer architect? What type of education and knowledge does one need for this type of job? Is a Ph.D required? What are the roles that need to be filled in computer architecture?
Background: I was in the architecture group at Nvidia Bangalore for a few years before I quit to pursue an MS in Computer Architecture at Wisconsin-Madison. Now, I am a performance architect at Oracle. I agree with most of what has already been said in the prior answers. You need to be in the right place at the right time to get into an architecture group. In Oracle for example, there is a team of 1200 engineers in Micro-Electronics group, but only 13 engineers in the Performance Architecture group. To get into this group, you would need a PhD from a top architecture school and/or work experience that is extremely relevant to the company's focus. A PhD is not a sufficient condition to get in contrary to what Dan might think. Tens of architecture students graduate from the top universities every year, but there are only a handful of architecture positions open every year. There are different kinds of architects as has been pointed out as well. If micro-architecture is your cup of tea, then the best way is to start with a verif/design role in a RTL group. After a few years, you will understand the guts of the unit well enough to actually suggest meaningful changes to the design. This means that you will take a few years before you can make a dent to the architecture of the unit. The downside is that your focus is still extremely narrow. With the exception of the interactions of your unit with other units, you will still know very little about the rest of the system. In my own case, I am passionate about learning all about the system. Since a high end processor today is almost as (if not more complicated) than designing a rocket ship, this can mean a lifetime of learning. Getting into performance architecture is great starting point for this. Since you build simulators and models to predict the performance of a future processor, you can abstract away a tonne of micro-architectural details in the model. You can also simulate a couple of orders of magnitude more of the workload on the performance simulator than is possible from the RTL simulator. This allows you to be in a unique position to evaluate the design from a performance standpoint that even the designers don't have access to. Even more useful is that fact that you can experiment at the stage of the project where there is no RTL since there is no specification. This gives you the power to infuence the project during the product inception stage. It should be said that a detailed performance simulator that correlates well with the RTL also takes several years to get right. But once you get that out of the way, you can really do amazing things with the simulator by performing what if experiments and giving feedback to the designers on key proposals. Often, you are in a position to identify bottlenecks in the system and make proposals to enhance the design. Something like that would ordinarily take several years if you go through the traditional micro-arch route. Finally, in order to be a successful architect, I would say that you need a undying thirst to learn more and dip your hands in as many different challenges as possible. Apart from understanding the processor design on some level, you also need to understand the software stack and its interaction with hardware. You can also expand your scope further to understand the interactions of the processor with other system level aspects like network, I/O, virtualization, scaling etc.Regardless of the route you take to becoming a computer architect, it can be extremely fulfilling role if you have the patience to persevere.
What are common mistakes made by college students?
I am from China, so I am going to talkabout the situation of Chinese college students. The biggest problem of Chinese college student, I would say, is they spend too much time on gaming.This is definitely not restricted to the college I am study in. And it doesn't have much to do with the level of the college(Generally speaking).So, why is this phenomenon  so serious in China? Why are Chinese college students so crazy about gaming? I think the resons are as follows.First, it has to do with our education system. In the first twenty years of our life, the meaning of our life is to work for Gaokao(college entrance examination).People who haven't experienced it themseves could never know how cutthroat and ruthless it is. Only by one exam your fate is changed forever. For most college students, no matter good or bad jobs they did in Gaokao, college life is acompensation to them in some way.They feel they have suppressed themselves for such a long time. Finally, they don't have to follow their parents' discipline, they don't have to worry about the endless exams. They have good reasons to game: I deserve it. That's the reward for the loss of my childhood and puberty.Second, they consider it as an escape from reality. Most college students, including me, have no idea about what we kind of jobs we really want to pick or what kind of person we really want to be. They are lost and confused about future, but since there isn't much they can do now,  why not enjoy the present. When they are wrapped to the games, they don't feel empty and lonely any more. Instead, they feel enriched and full. But, I am sure when they are off games, they might feel guilty and ashamed.Third, we can't deny the fact that games sometimes could be extremely tempting and attractive .  It's hard to resist once you are addicted to it. As someone who has experienced it personnally, I would say when you are addicted to gaming, on one hand, you are aware that this is totally a waste of time and that feeling always makes me feel guilty, but on the other hand, I keep thinking about it no matter what else I do.So basically, that was a horrible experience to me. I feel I was an monster, that my body and mind didn't belong to me anymore. My eyes see nothing but games.For those who don't have strong willpower and executive power, my suggestion is, don't ever touch it, no matter it's out of curiosity or what. There are so many things you can do to enrich your college life, and you sure don't want games to become the only memories you can recall when you look back.
What tourist traps should people avoid in London?
Madame Tussauds - it’s the 21st century not the 19th. You do not need a wax sculpture anymore. We have TV and the internet.
What are some products that you get value out of but don't pay for and would stop using if you had to pay for?
This is an interesting question and being an internet pirate, I thought this should be a confession session, but I would rather sail a safe road. But I will still answer this.QUORA : Yes. Currently, Quora has no revenue. But I would expect them to either host ads or charge users for their service. Either of the cases would be make me extremly unhappy and would make me reconsider my existence here.EVERY GOOGLE PRODUCT : I mean I cant imagine paying for YouTube, Gmail, Google Drive, Search and all other services that I use so frequently. NO.FACEBOOK : While I have become quite inactive on Facebook, and Mark himself went out to say they would never charge for their service, I cant help but bring out these conspiracy theories and state I would basically delete my account if they start charging me for using the site.FREE SMS : I dont really use SMS service so much, but when I do I am happy to know that they are free, and I do realize that they have some limit too. (I use Vodafone in Bangalore). But I guess I will think more if they start charging for SMS, besides most of the people that I want to converse today have whatsapp.BROWSERS : Internet browsers literally open the doors of the internet for us. I would think twice before using if I had to pay for the browsers.SHOPPING EXPERIENCE : While this is not a product or service in particular, many like to just get into a mall to do window shopping without buying anything. If the malls started charging for the entrance, then nobody would get in.
What are the 4 types of courage that we must practice for us to quickly achieve success?
● Courage to hold on your goals.●Courage to believe in your guts.●Courage to overcome your demerits i-e being lazy,pessimistic etc●Courage to be consistent in your work
What are examples of things that a person would be willing to pay someone to do for them? How can one make a career out of it?
When I read your question, the first thing that came to mind was trust, I think any service that required that one trust you (especially with needs) may be a good ideaMy needs were/ are all about my daughterI find that I valued the services associated with her the most (childcare, healthcare, feeding her/ restaurants she liked, sports/ entertaining her/ play dates) and everything revolved around satisfying her needsShe's 17 now and I think the goal for all parents is to drive their children towards autonomy but when they're young …. And we’re young simultaneously ….. helping parents through that struggle could be a real moneymaker ,)