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physical hazard

An agent or activity posing a potential hazard to health.
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The "FSMS evaluation involves an evaluation of the microbiological, chemical and physical hazards of the product and its packaging.
a company out of Folsom, California, that trains military and civilian first responders across the country on safe measures and procedures in dealing with chemical and physical hazards.
3 slaughter houses work on the basis of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points or HACCP, a systematic preventive approach to food safety from biological, chemical, and physical hazards in production processes that can cause the finished product to be unsafe, and designs measurements to reduce these risks to a safe level.
HACCP analyzes and controls biological, chemical and physical hazards involving production, handling and processing of raw materials as well as distribution and consumption of the final product.
Cabinet member for planning and public protection, Cllr Christopher Bithell, said: "We believe everyone has the right to live in a home which is in good repair, has ready access to all necessary amenities and free from physical hazards.
Cllr Christopher Bithell, cabinet member for planning and public protection, said: "We believe everyone has the right to live in a home which is in good repair, has ready access to all necessary amenities and is free from physical hazards.
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.
For Moll, restoration means reviving native wetlands and other valuable habitat, while reclaiming might mean simply eliminating physical hazards to make the area safe.
It may include determining the moral hazards, claims history, recommendations to minimize the future risk of loss, identification of exposure or other physical hazards, observation of insurance policy warranties/conditions etc.
The goal is to provide a single set of criteria to classify chemicals according to outlined health and physical hazards throughout the world.
Majority of the participants were aware of the biological, chemical, and physical hazards associated with the practice of dentistry.