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PERILS
HAZARD TREES
SHIELD
SECURITY HAZARD
PRINCIPAL HAZARD
MARITIME HAZARD
NATURAL HAZARDS
ASPHYXIATION HAZARD
HAZARD LEVEL
HAZARD INSURANCE
HAZARD INSURANCE POLICY NAMING
LANDSLIDES
SERIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
INSURER
HAZARD ANALYSIS
HAZARD SYMBOLS
MOUNT ST
EXPLOSIVE ERUPTIONS
HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION FEES
GREATER HAZARD
GEOLOGICAL HAZARD MITIGATION
INSURANCE COVERAGE
COX PROPORTIONAL HAZARD MODEL
HAZARD MAP
VOLCANIC HAZARD
SAFETY HAZARD
FLOOD HAZARD AREA
ESTATE
ESTATE TAXES
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD
ADDITIONAL HAZARD
HAZARD ZONES
POTENTIAL HEALTH HAZARD
SERIOUS HAZARD
HAZARD INSURANCE POLICIES
HAZARD INSURANCE POLICY
SERIOUS HEALTH HAZARD
SIGNIFICANT HAZARDS
SIGNIFICANT HAZARD
HAZARD RATIOS
HAZARD RATIO
MORAL HAZARD
HAZARD INSURANCE COVERAGE
EXPLOSION HAZARD
COMMON HAZARDS
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Definitions

  1. Hazard is a National Historic Landmark, the only Admirable class minesweeper left in the United States.
  2. Hazard was launched on 1 October 1944 and was commissioned on 30 December 1944.
  3. The Hazard was fitted for both wire and acoustic sweeping and could double as an anti-submarine warfare platform.
  4. Lahar hazard is not equal in all valleys.
  5. This hazard is serious because of the large quantities one must trade in order to make a profit on small price differences. (Web site)

Perils

  1. Fire and hazard insurance provides protection for fire and other perils to your home and its contents.

Hazard Trees

  1. Hazard trees are trees that, due to disease or other factors, are more susceptible to falling in windstorms, or having parts of the tree fall.

Shield

  1. The flag was hoisted, and a shield with "Hazard of Death" was placed on the ladder, in order to postpone the removal of the flag as long as possible.

Security Hazard

  1. For this reason, having a computer as a designated DMZ host can be a security hazard.

Principal Hazard

  1. The principal hazard posed by eruptive activity at Bezymianny is to aviation.

Maritime Hazard

  1. The islands are a maritime hazard since they are usually under water during high tide (highest point is only 2.4 m) and surrounded by reefs.

Natural Hazards

  1. Natural hazards: The narrow fringing reef surrounding the island can be a maritime hazard and there is a day beacon near the middle of the west coast. (Web site)

Asphyxiation Hazard

  1. Any compressed gas other than air is an asphyxiation hazard - including nitrogen, which makes up approximately 80% of air.

Hazard Level

  1. Yesterday, the hazard level for Kerinci volcano was raised to level II (on a I to IV scale), caused by an increase in volcanic activity. (Web site)

Hazard Insurance ??

  1. Also, you can shop around for the best rate on hazard insurance – the cost of which will be listed as item 903 on your Good Faith Estimate.

Hazard Insurance Policy Naming

  1. Mortgagee Clause – A clause within a hazard insurance policy naming the mortgagee as a beneficiary of the policy.

Landslides

  1. The hazard from landslides can be reduced by avoiding construction on steep slopes and existing landslides, or by stabilizing the slopes. (Web site)

Serious Environmental Hazard

  1. Apart from that, acetone distillation conducted under reduced pressure involves a low dew point and hence a serious environmental hazard.
  2. Traditionally, CFC and other ozone -depleting chemicals were used in the production process of the foam sheets, presenting a serious environmental hazard.

Insurer

  1. Hazard Insurance: A contract whereby an insurer, for a premium, undertakes to compensate the insured for loss on a specific property due to certain hazards. (Web site)

Hazard Analysis

  1. Understand approaches to risk and hazard analysis in system safety. (Web site)

Hazard Symbols

  1. Hazard symbols may appear with different colors, backgrounds, borders and supplemental information in order to signify the type of hazard. (Web site)
  2. Hazard symbols are easily recognizable symbols designed to warn about hazardous materials or locations. (Web site)

Mount St

  1. An official announcement of a Hazard Watch for Mount St. Helens was issued by the USGS at 8 a.m. (Web site)

Explosive Eruptions

  1. Apart from possibly affecting climate, volcanic clouds from explosive eruptions also pose a hazard to aviation safety. (Web site)

Homeowner Association Fees

  1. Housing expense The sum of mortgage payment, hazard insurance, property taxes, and homeowner association fees.

Greater Hazard

  1. At Mount Rainier, lahars are a greater hazard than other volcanic products such as lava and poisonous gases that have been popularized by TV and film. (Web site)

Geological Hazard Mitigation

  1. In April 2005 the Directorate of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation raised an alert, forbidding visitors from going up the volcano. (Web site)
  2. The Directorate of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (DVGHM) noted that an eruption on 18 October 2004 sent a cloud ~600 meters above the crater.

Insurance Coverage

  1. A small business owner needs to carry various types of property insurance coverage, and hazard property insurance is certainly a must.

Cox Proportional Hazard Model

  1. In Cox proportional hazard model, hypertension and diabetes, but not insulin resistance, were significant RFs.
  2. Factors possibly affecting survival were assessed by multivariate analysis in the Cox proportional hazard model.

Hazard Map

  1. A recent hazard map prepared for Nevado del Ruiz and vicinity, showing all of the major disaster zones affected by the eruption.

Volcanic Hazard

  1. The 1980 eruptive episode of Mount St. Helens included more than one type of eruptive behavior and more than one kind of volcanic hazard. (Web site)
  2. Lava flows can also become a volcanic hazard as well. (Web site)
  3. Hualalai still presents a volcanic hazard as it is near populated areas on Hawaii. (Web site)

Safety Hazard

  1. Tools left in the garden will rust and break and can be a safety hazard.
  2. Fugitive dust in the mining industry is a health and safety hazard that effects not only the site, but also communities surrounding the mine area. (Web site)

Flood Hazard Area

  1. Your lender may charge a fee to find out whether the home is in a flood hazard area. (Web site)
  2. Flood Hazard Areas - Most lenders will not lend you money to buy a home in a flood hazard area unless you pay for flood insurance.

Estate

  1. Hazard Insurance - Insurance protecting against loss to real estate caused by fire, natural causes, vandalism, etc., depending upon the terms of the policy.

Estate Taxes

  1. A third party account used to retain funds including the property owner’s real estate taxes, buyer’s earnest money or hazard insurance premiums.

Environmental Hazard

  1. Asbestos is an occupational and environmental hazard of catastrophic proportion.
  2. Acetic acid poses no cancer risk or environmental hazard.
  3. In March of 2006, one of BP's pipelines in the North Slope of Alaska ruptured, causing a major environmental hazard.

Occupational Hazard

  1. The article talks about asbestos mostly as an occupational hazard, but doesn't mention risks from living in a building constructed with asbestos.

Additional Hazard

  1. Flank collapse, which can trigger tsunamis, creates an additional hazard to these increasingly populated areas of volcano flanks, like Mauna Loa volcano.
  2. This poses an additional hazard because hyperventilation reduces the carbon dioxide, but does not increase the oxygen, in the blood. (Web site)

Hazard Zones

  1. Hazard zones for lava flows on Mauna Loa. (Web site)
  2. Hazard zones from lava flows are based chiefly on the location and frequency of both historic and prehistoric eruptions.
  3. Within the hazard zones, relative hazard is gradational, decreasing away from the location of potential vents. (Web site)

Potential Health Hazard

  1. In recent years, “asbestos” has come under close scrutiny as a potential health hazard.
  2. The NYCDH guidelines treat all molds as if they pose a potential health hazard, so testing is not required to start a removal.

Serious Hazard

  1. Its two most active volcanoes -- Mauna Loa and Kilauea -- erupt lava frequently enough to pose a serious hazard to property on many parts of the island. (Web site)
  2. The volcanic ash in the cloud can pose a serious hazard to aviation. (Web site)

Hazard Insurance Policies

  1. Hazard insurance policies with proper endorsements and assignments attached (when existing policies are to be assigned) as required by the lender.
  2. Money is then disbursed and details are attended to, such as payment of outstanding liens and transfer of hazard insurance policies. (Web site)

Hazard Insurance Policy

  1. Each hazard insurance policy is endorsed to name the lender as a loss payee.

Serious Health Hazard

  1. Since the 1960s, asbestos has been recognized as a potent carcinogen and serious health hazard. (Web site)
  2. Although gas fuels are easily handled in heating equipment, their presence in air in appreciable quantities becomes a serious health hazard. (Web site)

Significant Hazards

  1. There are significant hazards from almost all Canadian volcanoes that require hazard maps and emergency plains. (Web site)

Significant Hazard

  1. The main volcanic hazards, lava flows and flank collapse, can pose a significant hazard to populated areas. (Web site)
  2. Standing water in mines from seepage or infiltration poses a significant hazard as the water can hide deep pits and trap gases below the water. (Web site)
  3. Although the aerosolized form of microcystin is the most likely threat, ingestion - even from natural sources - must be considered a significant hazard.

Hazard Ratios

  1. The risk of HIV infection was estimated using Kaplan-Meier methods and hazard ratios from proportional hazards models.

Hazard Ratio

  1. If Z is the logrank statistic, D is the number of events observed, and is the estimate of the hazard ratio, then. (Web site)
  2. Hazard Ratio (Relative Hazard): Hazard ratio compares two groups differing in treatments or prognostic variables etc. (Web site)

Moral Hazard

  1. The existence of information asymmetry gives rise to problems such as moral hazard, and adverse selection, studied in contract theory.
  2. Expect the usual grousing about "moral hazard," especially from Republicans who normally grouse about normal hazard.
  3. As an economist, apply the principle of moral hazard to predict what will happen to the number of doctor visits that patients choose to make in a year.

Hazard Insurance Coverage

  1. The policy typically combines personal liability insurance and property hazard insurance coverage for a dwelling and its contents. (Web site)

Explosion Hazard

  1. Metallic erbium in dust form presents a fire and explosion hazard.

Common Hazards

  1. Hazard Insurance – Protection against damage cause by fire, wind or other common hazards.

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