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CEOE Marketing: Security & Safety Issues - Chapter Summary
This chapter covers a variety of security issues and prevention techniques within the marketing environment, such as shoplifting, fraud, ticket switching and internal theft. By reviewing these lessons, you can prepare for CEOE Marketing test questions on the following topics:
- Types of security concerns
- Retail security issues
- Workplace safety
The content of this chapter is presented through short, entertaining lessons that are taught by marketing experts. The lessons also include multiple-choice quizzes that you can use to assess your knowledge and prepare for this teacher certification exam.
CEOE Marketing: Security & Safety Issues Objectives
The CEOE Marketing exam is for aspiring teachers in Oklahoma who wish to earn a teaching certification in marketing. The computer-based test includes 100 multiple-choice questions that come from four main sub-content areas. The sales, promotion and merchandise control content area may include questions on security and safety precautions for the marketing environment. To prepare for these questions, you should be familiar with the characteristics of common security concerns, recognize common prevention techniques and understand basic safety practices for the workplace.
1. Types of Security Issues in Marketing Environments
The marketing and retail landscape is not immune to security issues and concerns. In this lesson, you'll learn more about some of the different security issues faced inside these environments.
2. Retail Environment Security Issues & Prevention Techniques
The retail environment encounters many security issues. Some can be halted with the implementation of prevention techniques. In this lesson, you'll learn about the more common types of security issues and how to stop them.
3. Workplace Safety: Definition and Precautionary Measures
What's your line of work? Or, what are the dangers you face at work? Workplace safety is important; that's why we are going to discuss how to keep yourself safe in this lesson.
4. OSHA: Ensuring Workplace Safety
The Occupational Safety and Health Act was enacted in 1970 and created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA. This lesson discusses the role of OSHA in ensuring workplace safety.
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Other chapters within the OSAT Marketing Education (CEOE) (041): Practice & Study Guide course
- CEOE Marketing: Marketing Principles
- CEOE Marketing: Researching, Collecting & Evaluating Data
- CEOE Marketing: Strategies & Segmentation
- CEOE Marketing: Product Management
- CEOE Marketing: Brand Positioning & Consumer Protection
- CEOE Marketing: Pricing Strategies
- CEOE Marketing: Distribution Channels
- CEOE Marketing: The Selling Process
- CEOE Marketing: Customer Service
- CEOE Marketing: Role & Impact of Promotion
- CEOE Marketing: Merchandising
- CEOE Marketing: Economics Overview
- CEOE Marketing: Business Structures & Organization
- CEOE Marketing: The Marketing Plan
- CEOE Marketing: Financial Principles
- CEOE Marketing: Business Communication
- CEOE Marketing: Human Resource Management
- CEOE Marketing: Human Relations & Leadership Skills
- CEOE Marketing: Motivation in the Workplace
- CEOE Marketing: Information Management
- CEOE Marketing: Professional Development
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