George Brown College Week 9 Omni King Edward Hotel Paper

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We are talking about The Omni King Edward Hotel ( Toronto DT ) . You can research it on the google. The restaurant usually never open at night, but we came there night, the bar name The Consort Bar

You have write one and half page for each part.

George Brown College Week 9 Omni King Edward Hotel Paper
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Assignment: Risk Assessment – worth 10% – to be done in groups of 3-4 people. Given in Week 9 (Class 9) and Due in Week 10 (Class 10). Make sure you give me the FULL names of ALL group members. Part One: As a group, visit a restaurant and assess it for safety risks. Just look around and make note of things such as (use others as necessary): • • • • Entrance/foyer Washrooms Stairways (if applicable) Lighting fixtures • • • • Door handles Railings Floors/carpets Wall hangings … and whatever else is applicable. Write a short report about whatever risks or safety problems you can (potentially) see. Part Two: This is basically the opposite of above. As a group, visit a hotel and make note of what measures they have taken to ensure the safety of their guests in the public areas (ie NOT in guest rooms). What evidence can you see of the Hotel’s efforts to stop problems/stave off lawsuits BEFORE they happen? Basically: Part One of this assignment is: What SHOULD the establishment do to protect themselves from lawsuits (and to keep their customers safe), and Part Two is: What has this establishment already DONE to make it a safe place (which will avoid potential lawsuits). NOTE: For both parts of the assignment, you are NOT allowed to visit hotels or restaurants on King St. I’ve given this assignment before and I can’t bear the thought of reading any more about Gabby’s or the King Eddy ☺ You will likely do a page or so for each part. Maximum for this assignment is 4 pages. Also: Please remember that this assignment has to do with NEGLIGENCE and LIABILITY. You will probably want to discuss things like handicap (accessible) washrooms… but you shouldn’t. Accessibility is NOT the point of this assignment (we dealt with accessibility in week 2 with Human Rights law – now we’re interested in torts and negligence). But but but… you may consider accessibility from a negligence/liability perspective. For example, a wheelchair ramp like this would probably be safe and easy to use, but a wheelchair ramp angled like this would likely be risky and hazardous to the person and to others. Finally, comfort is nice and lovely, but keep in mind, the focus here is safety, risk and potential liability. If washrooms are small and feel a bit cramped – well, that sucks a bit, I guess, but does it mean the washroom poses a danger? Maybe yes… maybe no… Assignment: Risk Assessment – worth 10% – to be done in groups of 3-4 people. Given in Week 9 (Class 9) and Due in Week 10 (Class 10). Make sure you give me the FULL names of ALL group members. Part One: As a group, visit a restaurant and assess it for safety risks. Just look around and make note of things such as (use others as necessary.) • Entrence/foyer: automatic door safe. (They have a special entrance for accessibility, but it is usually locked, so if anyone needs it, they have to go around and enter that entrance) ● Washrooms: doesn’t have washroom inside the restaurant, it’s in the lobby. They will clean it every 2h or depend on the busy of the business. ● Stairways (if applicable): small, enough for 1 person, dark. ● Lighting fixtures: easy to fall ● Floors/carpets: Always be clean, never let any drop water on it. ● Candle: using fuel (oil), and glasses, so its easy to get fire if it fall down to the wood floor and be broken. … and whatever else is applicable. Write a short report about whatever risks or safety problems you can (potentially) see. Part Two: This is basically the opposite of above. As a group, visit a hotel and make note of what measures they have taken to ensure the safety of their guests in the public areas (ie NOT in guest rooms). ● Entrance/foyer: automatic door, safe and no door handle. (They have a special entrance for accessibility but it locked, so if anyone needs it, they have to go around and enter that entrance). ● Wall hanging: Easy to fall ● Floors/carpets: Always be clean, never let any drop water on it. ● Railings: Clean, nice, no broken ● Lighting fixtures: Look luxurious ● Stairways (if applicable): safe, big. What evidence can you see of the Hotel’s efforts to stop problems/stave off lawsuits BEFORE they happen? security, fire sth, plan once a month, training, bomb, chemical, Basically: Part One of this assignment is: What SHOULD the establishment do to protect themselves from lawsuits (and to keep their customers safe), and Part Two is: What has this establishment already DONE to make it a safe place (which will avoid potential lawsuits). NOTE: For both parts of the assignment, you are NOT allowed to visit hotels or restaurants on King St. I’ve given this assignment before and I can’t bear the thought of reading any more about Gabby’s or the King Eddy ☺ You will likely do a page or so for each part. Maximum for this assignment is 4 pages. Also: Please remember that this assignment has to do with NEGLIGENCE and LIABILITY. You will probably want to discuss things like handicap (accessible) washrooms… but you shouldn’t. Accessibility is NOT the point of this assignment (we dealt with accessibility in week 2 with Human Rights law – now we’re interested in torts and negligence). But but but… you may consider accessibility from a negligence/liability perspective. For example, a wheelchair ramp like this would probably be safe and easy to use, but a wheelchair ramp angled like this would likely be risky and hazardous to the person and to others. Finally, comfort is nice and lovely, but keep in mind, the focus here is safety, risk and potential liability. If washrooms are small and feel a bit cramped – well, that sucks a bit, I guess, but does it mean the washroom poses a danger? Maybe yes… maybe no… …

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