A3.1.1.3 The hazard statement codes are intended to be used for reference purposes. All of the following are important emergency management planning principles EXCEPT FOR: A. WAW (write after write) - j tries to write an operand before it is written by i . ... and so on. Which of the following is NOT a potential hazard to your head? A. Carcinogenicity B. Reactivity C. Corrosivity D. Toxicity 6. One type of moral hazard is ex-ante. In this type of hazard analysis, before beginning each major phase of work, the contractor or site manager should assess the hazards in the new phase. In the domain of central processing unit (CPU) design, hazards are problems with the instruction pipeline in CPU microarchitectures when the next instruction cannot execute in the following clock cycle, and can potentially lead to incorrect computation results. Once the stratigraphic sequence is determined, the deposits are classified as to the type of hazard (tephra, pyroclastic flow, lava flow, etc. C) nondiversifiable risk. ), dated (a number of techniques are available that can be used to supplement the historic record), and mapped. What type of research is the doctor conducting? B. This is a description of the type of hazard(s) reported to DEEP in the written hazard notification. Ex-ante hazard defines the behavioral change of a policyholder before an event occurs. They are not part of the hazard statement text and should not be used to replace it. Which of the following is an example of a technological hazard? The maps are made by considering what we currently know about: Past faults and earthquakes; The behavior of seismic waves as they travel through different parts of the U.S. crust Identity of the hazardous chemical, instructions on how to use This is not necessarily the location where the potential environmental hazard condition exists. Each pictogram consists of a symbol on a white background framed within a red border and represents a distinct hazard(s). Which of the following is NOT a potential hazard to your head? Planning should be flexible enough to address both traditional and catastrophic incidents. Class B Hazard C. Class C Hazard D. Class D Hazards Answer D: This could more specifically be classified as a Class D-2 Hazard. - Vulnerability: the level of population, property, economic activity, including public services, etc., at risk in a given area resulting from the occurrence of a landslide of a given type. Which of the following statements about determining the probability of a hazard is TRUE? Electrical shock C. Falling objects D. Low hanging beams. Curt intentionally sunk the boat, collected from his insurer, and paid off the loan balance. A. The following are illustrative examples. When is greater than 1, the hazard function is concave and increasing. The GHS includes the following elements: (a) harmonized criteria for classifying substances and mixtures according to their health, environmental and physical hazards; and (b) harmonized hazard communication elements, including requirements for labeling and material safety data sheets. The resulting products are maps and reports which depict the volcanic hazards of an area. The type of hazard the employer must prevent is employees tripping on debris. Type of Hazard. on the type of hazard they present: (a) Division 1.1 Substances and articles which have a mass explosion hazard (a mass explosion is one which affects almost the entire load virtually instantaneously); (b) Division 1.2 Substances and articles which have a projection hazard but not a mass explosion hazard; A. Probability must be described in numerical terms. A container holding a hazardous material must include which of the following as of June 15, 2014: A. The type of hazard the employer must prevent is a fall from the edge of the floor to the ground below.