Everyone is confronted by hazards every day — in their commute to work, the food they consume, the tools they employ and, in some places, the very air they breathe. Hazards form the foundation of risk management. In order to reduce risk to a level as low as reasonably practicable, potential hazards must be identified and then reported, discussed, analyzed and, ultimately, mitigated. These fundamentals can be applied to almost all human activity, and that most assuredly includes ...

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