SCIREA Journal of Safety Science and Technology (ISSN: )
SCIREA Journal of Safety Science and Technology is an
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Abstract:The key to the value of big data lies in its application. The big data industry is rapidly developing into a new generation of information technology and service formats, that is, collecting, storing and correlation analyzing a large number of data with scattered sources and diverse formats, and discovering new knowledge, c
Abstract:Nuclear power plant operation experience over the past three decades indicates that fires at NPPs may constitute a real and significant threat to nuclear safety in addition to the conventional fire hazards to life and property. Fire Hazard Analyses (FHA) and Probabilistic Fire Safety Analyses (Fire PSA), have shown that fir
Abstract:The aim of this paper is to focus reader's attention on “mobile” use of iTunesU and USiena model, as future compensatory tools. Starting from multimedia learning theories, a mobile course model has been designed (USiena model) and the experimental method has been used to carry out a “pilot study” with 32 dyslexic students.
Marium bint saad bin Mubarak, Raisa Nazir Ahmed Kazi, Shaheena Tabassum Ahsan, Raisa N Kazi
Abstract:Computer has become an essential part in an educational institution. However long duration computer use has been associated with many health issues. Back and neck pain, headaches, eye problems and shoulder and arm pain are common computer-related injuries. This study aims to find the health effect of long duration use of c