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English III Unit – Risk Management (Objective Questions - Bits)




The essay “Deadly Factory Fires in India

the last five years, Risk Management

Illustrate Need for Stronger Risk

Monitor reports.




by Joe

2. India has found itself quickly becoming
a major resource center for big
3. Using laborers in the country is a critical
risk on a number of levels.
4. What are social issues – the use of child
labor and sweatshops.
5. Apple Company is facing flurries of
criticism for manufacturer conditions in

14. Foreign corporations frequently employ
manufacturers and factories in foreign
countries in an effort to capitalize on
inexpensive labor costs.
15. Criminal negligence is the worst charge
against the manufacturers.
16. Outsourcing and utilizing third-party
vendors can be a big boon for businesses.
17. Outsourcing and third-party vendors
cause many financial and social risks.
18. India must create a safe environment in
the country’s fabric and textile factories.

6. The second critical risk is safety.

19. Extreme = intense x moderate

7. Poor worker safety leads to problems in

20. Vendor = seller x buyer

all three core business areas: brand

21. Catastrophe = calamity x fortune

reputation, operational efficiency and

22. Expensive = posh x cheap


23. Potential = strong x weak

8. The fire accident at Sivakasi killed 34
workers in 2012.
9. Firefighters struggled with the blaze for
five hours to extinguish it.
10. Several factors combine to make death
traps of factories across South Asia.
11. In South Asia, any risk manager is
clearly able to see the recipe for disaster.
12. Industrial zones in India tend to bleed

24. Motivate = inspire x discourage
25. Compliance




26. Combine = unite x separate
27. Recent = modern x old
28. Mitigate = diminish x intensify
29. Profitable = gainful x damaging
30. Disaster = misfortune x success
31. Ramshackle = rundown x strong

into residential zones.
13. In Bangladesh alone, there have been
more than 600 factory fire deaths over


P.RAJA RAO M.A.(Eng), M.Phil, MBA, (Ph.D.)

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