Physical Hazard

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Physical Hazard

A danger to the integrity of a person or property. For example, a driver carries the physical hazard that he may crash his car. Likewise, a retail business has the physical hazard that it may be robbed. Insurance protects against many types of physical hazards.
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I also suggested the issues of physical hazards and remedial measures on account of safety through various letters as well.
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The colors are as follows: green is used to represent physical hazards, red for chemicals, brown for any biological hazard, yellow for ergonomic (or "human" factors), and blue to represent hazards related to accidents (23).
It is high time we must understand that safety is not option but very important aspect in professional capacity and in order to achieve production it is very difficult to avoid physical hazards until we practice safety measures.'
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