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There is uncertainty in the precise degree of hazard, and readers are cautioned that the fact sheets may be revised as additional data become available.
It is used in contrast to safe systems where a high degree of hazard is controlled by protective systems.
A highly commendable accomplishment under adverse conditions with some degree of hazard to the officer or where death or injury to a third party is prevented.
Although many experts believe the degree of hazard is low, they do not know how low, or how often the effects can be reversed after an individual stops using the drugs.
Ecotoxicity to terrestrial invertebrates These are classes 9.2-9.4 respectively of the New Zealand classification scheme, and are divided into subclasses according to the degree of hazard.
The degree of hazard present at a particular location can be determined by a detailed analysis of the electrical system, and appropriate protection worn if the electrical work must be performed with the electricity on.
The degree of hazard is determined by the concentration of the contaminants, the energy of the radiation being emitted, the type of radiation, and the proximity of the contamination to organs of the body.
A broken white line in which the gaps are shorter than the painted lines indicates an upcoming hazard, the proportion of white to black indicates the degree of hazard i.e. more white means more hazard.
The digital models offer the advantage of being able to observe levels that are below the alarm threshold, learn about levels that may have occurred during an absence, and assess the degree of hazard if the alarm sounds.
Substances in subclass 9.2D ("Substances that are slightly harmful in the soil environment") do not require a hazard statement, while substances in the other subclasses require an indication of the general degree of hazard and general type of hazard.