Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Measurement


INSTRUMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL RISK IN UZBEKISTAN

Adilov Utkir Khalilovich; Kabilova Gulshan Abdurashidovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2826-2836

The methods of control and assessment of professional risk applied in
the republic do not include the method of assessment of the degree of impact
of harmful and dangerous factors of working conditions on specific
employees, as well as the analysis of actual loss of working capacity of
employees after long periods of labor activity. As a result of incorrectly
chosen assessment methods and methodological approach, working
conditions have a high risk of developing professional and professionally
conditioned morbidity among groups of professions in industries. The purpose
of this work was to determine the improved approaches to professional risk
assessment and instrumental control over their implementation. Assessment
of workers' health indicators depending on working conditions at the
workplace is based on recommendations of the International Labor
Organization. We have developed a package of normative and methodical
documents, including 14 methodical recommendations, as well as Sanitary
Rules and Norms, providing requirements to the hygienic assessment of the
impact of various physical, chemical and biological factors on the health of
workers. Conclusions were made to integrate the characteristics of the factors
of working conditions through the transition from the normalization of
individual parameters of the factors to complex indicators, changing the
methodology of recording the working conditions at the working places to
ensure a comprehensive assessment of all risks in a single procedure and their
systematic monitoring. The use of modern software complexes as part of
special devices for instrumental measurements have a loaded algorithm of
measurements, pre-compiled a special computer program control planning,
which offers the performer an operational hint on the choice of place and
number of measuring points.

Analysis on Cyber Crimes and its Malware using FRAppE Categoriser

ANSHY SINGH; NARENDRA MOHAN

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 483-491

Together with 20 billion includes each day, 0.33-party Apps may be a critical purpose for the attraction not withstanding addictiveness of Facebook. Unfortunately, cyber criminals get went to the acknowledgment the possibly of Applying Facebooks near scattering malware however spontaneous mail. Up to now, the examination close by corporation gives committed to revealing noxious substance but advertisements. On this file, a massive detail parents question the problem: delivered some form of Facebook programming, can real a massive element parents find out inside the event that it's miles noxious? Our very own fundamental percentage is in building FRAppE Facebook's Thorough Request Evaluator in all likelihood the vital tool dedicated to revealing vindictive Facebooks in Facebook. To create FRAppE, the extra part of us rent actualities received essentially through looking on the submitting conduct of 111K Facebooks decided in some unspecified time within the destiny of 2 billion clients in Facebook. Initially, the extensive majority human beings understand a few attributes which will help in reality each person separate pernicious Facebooks with the beneficial aid of no longer malignant individuals.

REVIEW OF NOTABLE THEORIES OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Odukoya, J. A .; Omonijo, D. O .; Oraetue, H. N .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3779-3789

Aim: This study is a review of three of the most notable theories of emotional intelligence [EI]: The
Bar-On’s model, the Mayer-Salovey’s Model and Goleman’s model. The core research questions are:
Which of the three theories of EI is most focused on the construct of emotion and emotional
intelligence? What are the gaps in the three EI models? Method: The documentary analysis design,
as proposed by Bowen (2009), was adopted in this exercise. Results: Out of the three theories of EI
reviewed, only the Mayer-Salovey model used the cognitive ability test format. The other two used the
self-report format; Furthermore, only the Mayer-Salovey model tends to be more focused on emotion,
though the measurement technique was cognitive mode. The other two models tend to further measure
social and personality domains. Conclusion: In conclusion, the need for more standardized measures
of EI with a focus on emotion was reiterated. There is also need for an adoption of battery of
assessment tools [self-report, gaming technique, covert observation with anecdotal records] to
measure EI. Finally, there is need to place more emphasis on measuring the degree and scope of
emotional hijacks in people, as a more valid indicator of emotional intelligence. Ability to control
emotional hijacks is far more important than recognition and control of emotions in self and in people
around us, though these are also needful.