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Hazard

1. See: Physical hazard.

2. See: Moral hazard.
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REGIONAL MARKET FOR NUCLEAR AND RADIATION HAZARD MONITORING BY TECHNOLOGY 32
The shipments of beef cows suspected of having been fed with radioactive rice straw to all the prefectures except Okinawa have underlined the radiation hazards caused by the disaster at Tokyo Electric Power Co.
The Japanese economy has suffered much from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and radiation hazards and a power shortage caused by the Fukushima nuclear accidents.
Apart from Japan, many other countries are also worried about radiation hazards from the nuclear plants in Fukushima Daiichi.
In addition to the 14 risks, there are additional concerns like rodents and other potential disease vectors and radiation hazards.
Features include better probability of detection, fast scanning speed of four inches or greater/second, weld-to-weld inspections in less than four minutes, no radiation hazards, real-time analysis, all digital data archiving and retrieval and built-in GPS system for weld tracking.
But NDA chief executive Ian Roxburgh said yesterday sites that require the most work in order to reduce radiation hazards will get top priority.
Later it incorporated the National Radiation Protection Board to encompass chemical, biological and radiation hazards.
The effects of hydrogen bombs, blast, fire-risk, immediate radiation hazards and delayed radiation hazards or fall-out are described in Nuclear Weapons, a pamphlet published today by the Home Office as part of the Manual of Civil Defence.
STORMONT'S Environment Minister has been accused of 'dithering' over laws to protect people from radiation hazards linked to mobile phone masts.
We have no quarrel with the NRC removing any legitimate security-related information from public access," said Paul Gunter, Director of NIRS' Reactor Watchdog Project, "but we take issue with any NRC effort to remove documents regarding basic plant information, safety requirements, emerging radiation hazards and licensee compliance issues.
The law concerning the prevention of radiation hazards will also be amended, to subject those who endanger assets, not just people as currently stipulated, to prison terms of up to 10 years, the sources said.