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Increase of hazard
|Statement||by Mr. Hartwll Cabell ...|
|LC Classifications||HG9669 .C25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23,  p.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||15019435|
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Economists agree on the positive role that “good” incentives play to increase production. They also agree that “perverse” incentives have an opposite impact. One of these perverse incentives is called moral hazard. Overall, 79% of workers in construction production occupations are likely to be exposed to hazardous equipment at least once a week (chart 32e). 2 These hazards increase the risk of electrocutions, being struck by an object, and other types of fatal and nonfatal injuries (see pa 46, and 47).
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Examples of common hazards are hurricanes (Figs. and ), droughts, ß oods (Fig. ), and forest Þ res (Fig. Published within the International Decade of Natural Hazard Reduction, this book suggests ways in which both the social and natural sciences can be analytically combined through a 'disaster.
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as conditions that increase the cause of losses. Hazards may increase the probability of losses, their frequency, their severity, or both.
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The document was prepared for publication by the staff of CDE.Hazard definition, an unavoidable danger or risk, even though often foreseeable: The job was full of hazards. See more.The pay increase will remain until the county's disaster declaration is lifted.
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