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Consumer Protection under EU Law
Marciniková, Eliška ; Kunertová, Tereza (referee)
Consumer Protection under EU Law - Abstract This paper discusses consumer protection legislation on the level of EU law and its development. This paper focuses on identifying areas affected by consumer protection law. It also strives to define the nature and position of the set of consumer protection rules in the system and then to define further trends in the development of consumer protection law in the EU. Finally, it attempts to identify both gaps in consumer protection and any problems that can arise from excessive regulation in favour of consumers. Several initial thought (theses, hypotheses) were the impetus for writing this paper, and the paper aims to confirm or refute them (in addition to fulfilling the primary objectives above). The first is the problem of the non-existence of a universal definition of consumer in European law and the idea that this fact does not cause any major problems in practice. The second initial thesis is the assumption that consumer protection legislation is excessive. The third thesis, which ties on to the second, is that despite the great number of legal norms, consumers do not have a specific procedural standing in legal proceedings, which leads to a factual weakening of their protection. The last thesis rests on the opinion that the future and direction of consumer...
Consumer Protection under EU Law
Marciniková, Eliška ; Kunertová, Tereza (referee)
Consumer Protection under EU Law - Abstract This paper discusses consumer protection legislation on the level of EU law and its development. This paper focuses on identifying areas affected by consumer protection law. It also strives to define the nature and position of the set of consumer protection rules in the system and then to define further trends in the development of consumer protection law in the EU. Finally, it attempts to identify both gaps in consumer protection and any problems that can arise from excessive regulation in favour of consumers. Several initial thought (theses, hypotheses) were the impetus for writing this paper, and the paper aims to confirm or refute them (in addition to fulfilling the primary objectives above). The first is the problem of the non-existence of a universal definition of consumer in European law and the idea that this fact does not cause any major problems in practice. The second initial thesis is the assumption that consumer protection legislation is excessive. The third thesis, which ties on to the second, is that despite the great number of legal norms, consumers do not have a specific procedural standing in legal proceedings, which leads to a factual weakening of their protection. The last thesis rests on the opinion that the future and direction of consumer...
Possible measures for resolving incidents at a large industrial site
Cihelník, Stanislav ; Fiala, Miloš (advisor) ; Vilášek, Josef (referee)
Title and name of author: Mgr. Stanislav Cihelník Institution: Univerzita Karlova, Fakulta tělesné výchovy a sportu Katedra technických a úpolových sportů José Martího 31, Praha - Veleslavín, 162 52 Field of activity: Protection of population Curriculum: Rigorous steering Title: POSSIBLE MEASURES FOR RESOLVING INCIDENTS AT A LARGE INDUSTRIAL SITE Supervisor: Ing. et Mgr. Miloš Fiala PhD. Year of defence: 2020 Sides number: 120 (with addendums); 91 (without addendums) Addendum number: 3 Keywords: Safety, security, on-site fire unit, incident, protection of local population, fire safety system, prevention, industrial site In its theoretical part, the thesis focuses on the integrated emergency management system, its constituent parts, remit, public protection and responses to emergency situations. In its practical part, the thesis deals with an industrial complex, specifications of its safety arrangements in terms of staffing and technology, and in particular the use of fire safety systems to minimise potential risks. In its final part, the paper proposes additional safety measures for the industrial complex that are currently rendered unfeasible by existing software, hardware or legislative restrictions.
Children and the internet - safety and impact of virtual reality
Uhlíř, Lukáš ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Jansa, Petra (referee)
The Bachelorthesis"Children and the internet- safety and impactof virtualreality"focuses on the relationship of smaller children, more specifically the primary school pupils, with the internet, as well as the views and educational practices of their parents. The thesis examines the influence of the virtual world on their psychological and physical health,i.e.the impacton weight, vision,and posture.Regardingpsychologicalinfluences,itfocuses on depression, aggression, and lack of sleep. The thesis aim is to describe children's behaviour online and to point out the potential threats posed by this virtual space. The thesis will introduce the reader to the threats that children may encounter from meeting strangers, to cyber-bullying, cyber-grooming, cyber-stalking, revealing private information, to any form of abuse. In the practical part, the aim is to find out how children and parents approach digital technologies, whether parents perceive them as a necessary evil ora positive source forthe developmentoftheirchildren.Furthermore,the thesispointsto sufficient or insufficient awareness of parents about what their children do on the internet. Whether parents check their children, or accompany them on their journey of knowledge, or, conversely, leave the children at the mercy of the internet. The thesis...
The level of digital competencies in the area Safety for students of secondary schools
Bárta, Pavel ; Jeřábek, Tomáš (advisor) ; Rambousek, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis researches and maps the development of the level of digital competencies in the area Safety during the four-year studies of students and corresponding years of multi-year grammar schools who complete their secondary school leaving examination. The introductory part of the thesis defines the corresponding competencies and definitions of terms that are directly related to the problematics, especially: literacy (digital, information), competencies (digital), etc. From these competencies are specified those that are directly related to Safety. This is followed by an analysis and mapping of national and international researches of the level and development of pupils' digital competencies. The research part of this thesis includes concept, realizationd and evaluation of data of research survey. The goal of research survey is determination of level of given competencies of pupils and the impact of education on their develompent. Based on the results of the research survey, factors are identified that have a direct impact on the development of these competencies in examined secondary school students. In order to extend the applicability of the results, data are collected at schools that teach courses with a diametrically different focus. The output data of research survey includes results of...
Transport network for Brno Exhibition Centre and Brno City RingRoad
Josiek, David ; Holcner, Petr (referee) ; Všetečka, Martin (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to design variant solution of interconnection of great city circuit and exhibition ground with secured safety of traffic without local area accesibility sacrification.
Preparation of the implementation of Kelčský Javorník Lookout Tower, Rajnochovice
Vokurek, Kamil ; Rotrekl, Ivo (referee) ; Kantová, Radka (advisor)
This diploma thesis is based on preparation of the implementation of Kelčský Javorník Lookout Tower in Rajnochovice. The main idea of the lookout tower constructing is to increase the local tourism. Diploma thesis assesses the whole project and it is focused on the foundation of the rough lower construction and also on assembly of the higher construction. Planning was assessed in terms of time, finance and in terms of the use of material resources. The quality of construction will be ensured by created inspection and test plans. To increase the overall service life of the structures, a scheduled maintenance schedule was designed. A variant solution of electricity supply was proposed, which will shorten the construction time, reduce the total construction costs and the overall maintenance of the building during its lifetime.
Application of Safety and Reliability Assurance Techniques in Spacecraft Systems
Horčička, Marek ; Koštial, Rostislav (referee) ; Weisman, Andrej (advisor)
Thesis is focused on safety and reliability of space products. It describes assessment methods and applies them on small commercial satellite.
Safety assessment of operator activities at the BASICTURN vertical turning center
Cunda, Ondřej ; Blecha, Radim (referee) ; Blecha, Petr (advisor)
The Master's thesis deals with the safety of operator activities at the BASICTURN vertical turning center. The first part is focused on the requirements arising from the directives of the European Parliament and the Council in relevant areas and a system analysis of the issue. The second part is a risk analysis related to operator activities on the operated machine.
Wood-splitting machines - security aspect
Láznička, David ; Zeizinger, Lukáš (referee) ; Malášek, Jiří (advisor)
The main goals of this bachelor thesis include development and critical research of splitting machines. The main focus is on manufacturers and types of log splitters, where their technical parameters, suitability for use and safety features protecting users are assessed. At the end of the work are the safety requirements set by the standard ČSN EN 609-1. Part of the work is also a 3D model of the splitting machine.

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