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Read the text below and answer Questions 1-14.


There are three procedures for dealing with a suspicious object such as a bag, briefcase, backpack, package, mail, box, depending on the situation.

A. If it is suspected that the item is an explosive device:

1. Phone Security (ring 4444) and Mail Room (ring 7771 or 7772).

2. Evacuate the area.

B. If the suspicious object has not been opened:

1. Put gloves on your hands, if possible.

2. Place it in a plastic bag and seal it. Handle with care.

3. Do not leave your office or immediate work area.

4. No personnel working in the same space should be allowed to leave room.

5. Take measures to prevent others from entering the area because there is a risk of potential contamination.

6. Phone Security (ring 4444) and Mail Room (ring 7771 or 7772).

7. Give Security the following information:

a. exact location of the suspicious object (building, floor level, room number)

b. number of people potentially contaminated

c. description of the suspicious object

d. details of action taken (e.g. object sealed and area isolated).

8. Do not touch your face to avoid contaminating your eyes, nose and mouth.

9. Wash your hands only if it is possible to do so without leaving your work area.

10. Wait for help to arrive patiently and do not panic. It is unlikely you will be In any immediate danger.

C. If the suspicious object has been opened:

1. Put gloves on your hands, if possible.

2. Place all items in a second plastic bag and seal that bag. Handle Items carefully.

3. Do not disturb the object and items further and do not pass them around.

4. If any material has split from the object, do not attempt to clean it up or brush it away from your clothing.

5. Cover the object with a large dustbin (or something similar) without disturbing it further.

6. Follow steps 3 to 9 above.

7. Shut down the building ventilation system and turn off fans or any equipment circulating air around your office or building.

8. Wait for help to arrive patiently and do not panic. It is unlikely you will be in any immediate danger.

Read the text below and answer Questions 10-14.



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- an introduction to the world of business, including an understanding of markets and market economies

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