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  • Hazard
  • Hazard - An intrinsic chemical, physical, societal, economic or political condition that has the potential for causing damage to a risk receptor (people, property or the environment). (slideserve.com)
  • Environmental
  • Risk - A measureof human injury, environmental damage or economic loss in terms of both the frequencyand the magnitudeof the loss or injury. (slideserve.com)
  • management
  • The development of a thorough and goal-oriented sustainability program, one that integrates climate change impacts into risk management and takes into account the key role of private and public stakeholders, is critical to successful planning. (environmental-expert.com)
  • CCPS
  • This guide, an update of an earlier American Chemistry Council (ACC) publication utilizing the "hands-on" experience of CPI risk assessment practitioners and safety professionals involved with the CCPS and ACC, explains how managers and users can make better-informed decisions about QRA, and how plant engineers and process designers can better understand, interpret and use the results of a QRA in their plant. (aiche.org)
  • conduct
  • For example, they might conduct an assessment…based upon the risk of flooding…to a data center facility. (lynda.com)
  • The Benzene case required OSHA to conduct QRA in order to regulate workplace toxicants, and the Court set (vague) numerical bounds on what level of risk could be considered "significant. (aiha.org)
  • professionals
  • The FRM certification, offered by the independent Global Association of Risk Professionals , also ranks among the most highly-regarded professional designations for finance professionals. (temple.edu)
  • business
  • And while some may feel that math is not their strong point, quantitative decisions using simple models and sums can be the way out of decision dilemmas in business and private life. (lumina.com)
  • view
  • Leading financial entities are linking their portfolio risk with the return on capital and integrating market liquidity into their analyses in an attempt to gain a more complete view of risk and return. (sas.com)
  • financial
  • Good managers have always known that managing risk is central to a financial firm and must be the responsibility of anyone who contributes to the profit of the firm. (oreilly.com)
  • scientific
  • However, if the goal is the accurate estimation of some true underlying risk parameters, QRA fails as a scientific method. (environmental-expert.com)
  • The overall objective of this project is to develop and validate the scientific methodology, which is necessary for quantitative risk assessment of second generation of novel foods to be marketed in EU. (dtu.dk)
  • case
  • 2015 marked the 35th anniversary of the Supreme Court case that first found a requirement for quantitative risk assessment (QRA) within the text of a statute that did not mention the term. (aiha.org)