exposure hazard

exposure hazard

The probability that a building will be exposed to fire in surrounding or adjoining property.
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The researchers also detected THC on surfaces in 70% of the grow sites studied, but they concluded the concentrations were not high enough to present a significant exposure hazard.
Use of such a framework enables estimation of the degree of human-to-human transmission from symptom onset data and of exposure hazard from markets; the accuracy of these estimates is greatly improved when the timing of a sudden change in hazard, such as a market closure, is known (9).
Figure 4 shows the computed retinal exposure hazard level in units of microwatts at the retina as ranges for the conditions listed in Figure 3.
Risk assessments of CFL and fluorescent bulb breaks have shown that there is actually a very small exposure hazard.
This includes the ability and authority to stop work when the exposure hazard warrants.
The scope of services will primarily concentrate on, but may not be limited to, housing code Inspections (190 units), lead inspections (190 units), Lead Inspection Risk Assessments, (LIRA) (190 units), Lead Exposure Hazard Reduction Plans (LEHRP) (190 units), production of work scopes (190 units), lead clearance testing and construction management (170 units) of all required contractual and reporting functions in accordance with all applicable regulatory requirements, HUD and New Hampshire Laws.
The Chicago episode not only revealed a previously unidentified environmental exposure hazard but also provided valuable lessons on how to respond quickly and efficiently.
PVC Christmas trees currently being manufactured were not found to represent more than a relatively small lead exposure hazard across the entire population of U.
Just as the risk manager needs to identify and treat the ethical exposure hazard within his or her organization, the ethical standards of the organization's vendors deserve equal consideration Among insurance companies, brokers, agents, TPAs, surveillance firms, subrogation vendors, attorneys and public accounting firms, only one needs to behave unethically to impose a serious hazard on its client company.
The investigators concluded that it probably would not represent an exposure hazard for children or risk to the environment (Birkholz et al.