Hazard

Hazard is the general term for anything which has the ability to cause injury or for the potential to cause injury. The hazard associated with a potentially toxic substance is a function of its toxicity and the potential for exposure to the substance. The probability of exposure to the substance is a risk factor. Compare risk.

Hazard

The probability that a substance will cause harm under conditions of exposure.

Hazard

HMS Hazard was a British Halcyon Class fleet minesweeper of 835 tons displacement of the Second World War launched in 1937. HMS Hazard was powered by two sets of 3-cylinder compound engines providing a top speed of 17 knots. She carried a complement of 80 and was armed with two 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and five smaller guns.
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Hazard

A hazard is a situation that poses a level of threat to life, health, property, or environment. Most hazards are dormant or potential, with only a theoretical risk of harm; however, once a hazard becomes `active`, it can create an emergency situation. A hazardous situation that has come to pass is called an incident. Hazard and possibility inter.....
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Hazard

[ship] The `Hazard` was an Australian sloop wrecked in 1809. In March 1809, three ships, the Argument, the Experiment and the Hazard left Pittwater, New South Wales, bound for Sydney with a cargo of wheat. A squall arose and the Hazard was driven onto Box Head, two miles north of Barrenjoey, New South Wales. The master, Andrew Lusk, got int...
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Hazard

a source of danger of personal injury or property damage; fire hazard refers to conditions that may result in fire or explosion, or may increase spread of an accidental fire, or prevent escape from fire. Under worker safety and health regulations, employers have a general duty to provide a workplace free of hazards. See also fire prevention, and HA...
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Hazard

1. Potential for radiation, a chemical or other pollutant to cause human illness or injury. 2. In the pesticide program, the inherent toxicity of a compound. Hazard identification of a given substances is an informed judgment based on verifiable toxicity data from animal models or human studies.
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hazard

[Noun] A danger or risk; something likely to cause damage.
Example: Passive smoking is a hazard to health.
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hazard

[n] - a source of danger 2. [n] - an obstacle on a golf course
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Hazard

Anything that has the potential to cause harm to people, eg chemicals, electricity, working with ladders.
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Hazard

is “something with the potential to cause harm� according the HSE. Almost anything may be a hazard, but may or may not become a risk
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Hazard

The potential that the use of a product will result in an adverse effect on a person or the environment.
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Hazard

Hazard is the general term for anything which has the ability to cause injury or for the potential to cause injury. The hazard associated with a potentially toxic substance is a function of its toxicity and the potential for exposure to the substance. T
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Hazard

Haz'ard (hăz'ẽrd) noun [ French hasard , Spanish azar an unforeseen disaster or accident, an unfortunate card or throw at dice, probably from Arabic zahr , zār , a die, which, with the article al the, would give azzahr , azzār...
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Hazard

Haz'ard transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Hazarded ; present participle & verbal noun Hazarding .] [ Confer French hasarder . See Hazard , noun ] 1. To expose to the operation of...
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Hazard

Haz'ard noun (Golf) Any place into which the ball may not be safely played, such as bunkers, furze, water, sand, or other kind of bad ground.
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hazard

This is a general term for anything which has the ability to cause injury. The hazard associated with a potentially toxic substance is a function of its toxicity and the potential for exposure to the substance. The probability of exposure to the substance is a risk factor. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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hazard

noun an obstacle on a golf course
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Hazard

A hazard is anything that can cause harm (e.g. dangerous chemicals, electricity, an exposed wire, or working at heights from ladders). :: Health and Safety Authority (8th Edition) :: Health & Safety Board (6th Edition)
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Hazard

• (n.) Holing a ball, whether the object ball (winning hazard) or the player`s ball (losing hazard). • (n.) To venture to incur, or bring on. • (n.) Risk; danger; peril; as, he encountered the enemy at the hazard of his reputation and life. • (v. i.) To try the chance; to encounter risk or danger. • (n.) The uncertain resul...
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hazard

(from the article `insurance`) An important initial task of the underwriter is to try to prevent adverse selection by analyzing the hazards that surround the risk. Three basic ...
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Hazard

city, seat of Perry county, southeastern Kentucky, U.S. It lies on the North Fork Kentucky River in the Cumberland foothills just east of Daniel ...
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hazard

dice game dating at least to the 13th century and possibly of Arabic origin: the word hazard derives from the Arabic al-zahr (`die`). It was ...
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Hazard

A risk or source of risk. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Hazard

Phenomenon which can cause loss of life, injury, disease, economic loss, or environmental damage.
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