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Hazard

1. See: Physical hazard.

2. See: Moral hazard.
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Soil radioactivity levels and radiation hazard assessment in the highlands of northern Jordan.
Mandated use of "stealth" antennas that prevent workers from identifying the existence and location of radiofrequency radiation hazards at work sites
There have been fears that dust from shells may pose a radiation hazard or cause heavy metal poisoning.
Since bullets are made of lead, it would shield against the radioactive decay associated with these isotopes, and any radiation hazard is pretty much secondary to the primary trauma of the gunshot wound itself.
This produces a microwave radiation hazard in the area directly in front of the main reflector.
CRaTER's seminal measurements now provide quantified, radiation hazard data from lunar orbit and can be used to calculate radiation dosage from deep space down to airline altitudes.
The samples of the Kulan coal were rated as radiation hazard class III and IV.
More than 100 scientists and physicians at Boston and Harvard Universities' Schools of Public Health have called cell phone towers a radiation hazard.
The report states 18 letters of objection were received on the grounds of radiation hazard, clutter, over dominance, highway safety and visual impact.
They also deployed required hazardous material containment barriers around the power production equipment to contain any possible fuel spills, established safe clear zones for the radiation hazard area, and devised nighttime security plans to protect personnel and equipment.