The factors are: 1) product hazardousness
, 2) severity of injury, and 3) revenue incurred in the forum and are explained in greater detail under section C: The Justice Brennan and Stevens's Hybrid Test.
The average workers' compensation lost-time claim frequency rate, which we use as a proxy for the hazardousness
of the workplace, was 2.
consequently, we use the number of inspections of a plant (during the sample period), NUMINSP, as a proxy for the plant's hazardousness
, when not modeling heterogeneity with plant-specific fixed effects.
The methodology has been developed for evaluating the hazardousness
of damages potentially suffered during car operation on the basis of the amount of energy absorbed.
Further more, predicting of leaching behavior and chemistry of different compounds in semicoke is very important in order to assess the environmental hazardousness
of semicoke as well as to determine the applicability of different technologies for this solid waste disposal and possible reuse.
Highlighting the significant potential offered by use of recycling resources, Parliament emphasises the need for further recovery targets and standards for waste streams which have a considerable environmental impact owing to their quantity or hazardousness
and which, because of their negative or low value, offer no or scarcely any market incentives for recovery, with particular reference to construction and demolition waste (some 22% of total waste) and commercial and industrial waste (some 26% of the total amount of waste and 75% of total hazardous waste).
In other work involving consumer products that varied in hazardousness
, older adults rated products overall as less hazardous than did younger adults (Wogalter, Jarrard, & Simpson, 1994); however, risk perception for specific product types was not reported in that study, only overall risk perception averaged across products.
The critics of the Act of 1908 directly confronted the issue of hazardousness
The potential environmental hazardousness
and possibilities of semi-coke reusability depends on the content of its organic component and on the composition of mineral matter.
The placement of a warning in a prominent area of a product label might increase the perceived hazardousness
relative to a warning that is less prominently located.
The given scheme demonstrates that in order to minimize the environmental hazardousness
of the ash fields the amount of water added to the system of ash fields is to be decreased.