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Hazard

1. See: Physical hazard.

2. See: Moral hazard.
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The purpose of this study is to examine radiation hazards and safety in interplanetary travelers, especially for astronauts in a future space flight to Mars, applying the author's computer-assisted formulas of REID.
In addition to that, the achieved evaluations of the radiation hazard indices due to the activity concentrations of [sup.238]U, [sup.232]Th, [sup.226]Ra, and [sup.40]K indicated that the indices are within normal limits, except the radioactivity level index [I.sub.[gamma]], which shows elevated values in most samples.
The [gamma]-ray radiation hazards associated with the natural radionuclides in fertilizer materials can be assessed by means of the radioactivity level index, [I.sub.[gamma]].
* Mandated collocation of radiofrequency radiation transmitting antennas that results in increased radiation emissions, more radiofrequency radiation hazard zones at a site and greater complexities in coordinating power-down among multiple service providers
As well as the school, there were 18 letters of objection from residents on the grounds of radiation hazard, clutter, over dominance, highway safety and visual impact.
But the papers, sent to Neath Port Talbot council during the planning process, warn that any pipeline puncture may "give rise to a thermal radiation hazard to individuals in the vicinity of the pipeline if the gas subsequently ignites.
25-MC-04ZU-06, LASER RADIATION HAZARD EVALUATION OF THE B.E.
A-bomb survivors: factors that may lead to a re-assessment of the radiation hazard. Int J Epidemiol 29:708-714.
They fear dust from the shells may pose a radiation hazard or cause heavy metal poisoning.