Today, most major automotive corporations are able to run efficiently through the standardization of certain documents. These documents are used for direction, learning avenues, employee process requirements, and some federally man dated documentation. Although some of these documents have many similarities, the intended audience of reference varies from an entry level technician to a chief engineer. Although there is a broad spectrum of users, the documents are usually designed, written and edited by the employees themselves. A task instruction sheet is a detailed step-by-step instruction to complete a specific job or task. This sheet allows an employee to complete the needed task through a set of steps that was designed for a no fault, no failure accomplishment. The design of a task instruction sheet was formulated through a trial and error process from employees who are considered experts in their particular field. The level of diction used in these sheets is semi-formal with the extended use of technical jargon based upon the job or task at hand. This jargon is used to determine certain areas that will need concentration from the working employee. An industry that is based upon standardization is routinely scrutinized by some sort of higher authority. Usually these higher authorities look for main issues regarding safety. A pre-task allows a floor level employee through upper management to have the same safety opportunities. A team of industrial engineers shadow the employee during a new test setup, purged testing removal, and daily routines to get an idea of any possible safety hazards that could occur during a normal work day. The writing of this pre-task plan takes some time as it needs to be used for all employees that could encounter this particular situation. Both a task instruction sheet and a pre-task plan are required to be standardized to the expected use of General Motors LLC. General Motors LLC uses these documents as training devices, laboratory interior communication, and other needed documentation. Both sheets are used as instructions to complete a needed task. A task instruction sheet is more used for a process of elimination in completing a goal, where as a pre-task plan is used to prevent an awkward movement, unsafe situation or an inability to start and complete a task. The reason for the separation of the two documents is to specify a use. A pre-task plan made for a technician starting a test that uses rotating equipment and heat sources would be detailed and exact as safety is the overriding priority. A testing engineer reading the same document may come to a point where the understanding and usable processes stop, as this document is not specified to their field of work. A task instruction sheet being used by a scripting engineer will also be very detailed and show each step being used to complete the task. In the attempt to complete the same task, a technician may stumble as the technical jargon being used is unfamiliar. These specific documents have certain intended audiences and particular uses throughout the company. Attempting to mix these documents with each other could create and area of uncertainty due to not being standardized to one area of work. Although both documents have a relative goal relationship, the documents themselves could not be any more different. The success of worker safety, organization and standardization are all the key elements to the proper performance and use of these documents.
Learning a new writing style that is completely unfamiliar and not used by a person opens a whole new realm of difficulty. My writing process for this
A Comparison or Contrast essay is an essay in which you either compare something or contrast something. A comparison essay is an essay in which you emphasize the similarities, and a contrast essay is an essay in which you emphasize the differences. We use comparison and contrast thinking when deciding which university to attend, which smartphone to buy, or whether to vacation at home or abroad.
When comparing or contrasting something, writers have two classic organizational patterns from which to…
COMPARISON AND CONTRAST ESSAY
Comparison and Contrast Essay
Definition: In this kind of essay, the aim is to show the similarities and differences of two items, two people, two countries, or how something or someone has changed. When comparing two things, we focus more on the similarities though we may mention the differences shortly. When contrasting two things, we point out the differences between them. The most important point to consider while planning a comparison and contrast essay is choosing…
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Comparing and contrasting
and “The Interlopers;” these very
remarkable stories. In which both have a lot of similarities and differences, but the ones that
stand out the most are the ones dealing with or involved with death,danger,love, and surviving
Danger taking place in both stories is expressed in
The Hunger Games
by: Katniss and
Peeta having to use their survival skills, out in the middle of nowhere…
The Wedding Date is an 2005 romantic comedy film directed by Clare Kilner, who also directed How to Deal (2003). The release was successful achieving $47 million worldwide at the box office against a budget of $15 million. It is based on the book Asking for Trouble by Elizabeth Young
Kat Ellis (Debra Messing) is a single New Yorker who returns to her parents' house in London to be the maid of honor at her younger half sister's (Amy Adams) wedding. The best man is none other than her former fiancé…
topics, in that they are two stories of cultures, but written from
different perspectives of their cultures. Momaday is from the Kiowas tribe of the plains of
Oklahoma, and Mason from a farm in Mayfield, Kentucky. Both exhibit some comparisons, but
mostly contrasts throughout their writing. Momaday’s American Indian heritage dates back to
the 1880’s when his grandmother was born, where Mason’s dairy farm heritage takes place
starting when she was born in 1940. I found both to be stories of…
bishop’s coat and put it on Little John, by wearing the coat Little John immediately announced that Allen could marry his maid.
They both had a wonderful wedding, after the ceremony Robin and Little John went back to Greenwood.
Comparison and Contrast Project
Both stories were extremely confusing; the first point I noticed is that love was the main point of the stories the ambience is also the same; Fair Rosamond happened in 1174, regarding Robin Hood and Allen-a-Dale the ballad…
Illustration Point 1 B Explanation Conclusion Connect and explain the relationship between 1A and 1B. Make sure that you explain if the point is a similarity or a point of contrast Clearly Connect the Point Made to the Thesis Set up a Link to the Next Paragraph (only if it fits coherently into the paragraph otherwise put your transition in the first sentence of…
Comparison or Contrast
Rich and Poor
Long ago, the world was divided into two categories of people; the rich and the poor. There was no middle class. There are certain aspects of being rich and being poor that depict their differences such as freedom, options, and choices. The rich have more money at their disposal to do whatever they want. The rich have certain advantages over the poor. Wealthy people seem to have a more glamorous life, while the poor seem miserable. They have the freedom…
Communism vs. Capitalism
For several years the United States of America has had rather dim view of communism, a form of politics that should not spread to other countries. We experienced 40 years of terror as a result of the Cold War and any country should not have to endure that many years of terror. We now understand that communism is not an evil; it is just another way of organizing a country. Capitalism and communism both have their own ideas on how a government should be run. Things compete…
The baroque and renaissance periods are two different periods. The renaissance period rolled into the baroque era. There were changes made over the years from the baroque to the renaissance period. Differences in style accumulated along with views of art and music.
Baroque era covers the period between 1600 and 1750 beginning with Monte Verdi (birth of opera) and ended with deaths of Bach and Handel. The term baroque music is borrowed from the art history. It follows the Renaissance era (1400-1600)…