Definition of Health hazard
1. Noun. Hazard to the health of those exposed to it.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Health Hazard
Literary usage of Health hazard
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1. America and the New Era: A Symposium on Social Reconstruction by Elisha M. Friedman (1920)
"Generally speaking, an occupational health hazard is any industrial ... Finally, there is a third class of health hazards, the community health hazard, ..."
2. Review of the Worker and Public Health Activities Program Administered by by National Research Council (U. S.) (2006)
"On-site Hazard Evaluation This ATSDR PHA concludes that the 200-Area of the Hanford site poses a health hazard to workers on the site itself from ..."
3. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"It establishes health hazard databases and performs health hazard assessments on military-unique pollutants; develops potable water standards and evaluates ..."
4. Creating the New World: Stories & Images from the Dawn of the Atomic Age by Theodore Rockwell (2003)
"Has Radiation Protection Become a health hazard?...Applying the Principles...Designing the Radiation Shield...The Shut Down Case...Getting from Dose to Dose ..."
5. Potential Groundwater Contamination from Intentional and Nonintentional by Robert Pitt, Shirley Clark, Keith Parmer (1994)
"The salmonellosis health hazard associated with urban streams is believed to be small because of this relatively large infective dose. ..."