What is the hazard of putting more space between yourself and the hazard?
That another driver will squeeze into that space, but that is less hazardous than getting too close to the first hazard to begin with.
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Answer . hazardous means it's dangerous
It is anything that has the potential to cause injury, loss oflife, damage to property or environment.
A hazard is a danger
Hydrogen can ignite and blow up easily
A natural hazard is like affecting people and things
They cause harm to life,property and environment. In places such as construction work sites, hazards are probable causes of risks to health and safety of all workers that is w…hy departments such as OSHA was created. There are also different kinds of hazards such as environmental hazards - businesses uses environmental management systems nowadays to ensure that they don't do that much damage to the environment whenever they have projects.
Something that can cause a hazard. Something that is dangerous and likely to cause harm..
A hazard may be dangerous. An acute hazard is very dangerous.
Why is using your sense of smell to identify a hazardous material putting yourself at risk of exposure?
The sense of smell is unreliable as an indicator of exposure. Some hazardous materials have no smell. Some can be smelled only at concentrations well above levels that are un…acceptable for exposure. Others can be smelled at extremely low levels where there is no hazard, so relying on smell for those materials would result in inappropriate alarm. Finally, the nose can become fatigued, so that you cease to smell something that you could at first readily detect. As a result, you may believe the agent has gone away, when it is still there but you can no longer smell it.
The common hazards of confined spaces include: . vapor poisoning . asphyxiation . engulfment
Hazards of space travel as currently practiced by humans include: . high acceleration . weightlessness . vacuum - lack of air pressure . lack of oxygen . radiation expo…sure . calcium loss from the bones . fire . explosion
The first and most obvious hazard is the lack of oxygen which could cause an astronaut without suitable protective clothing to suffocate. In fact space is practically a vac…uum (there is virtually nothing there at all), this means that unprotected astronauts can suffer from "decompression sickness". This is because at earth's surface there is a significant pressure acting on everything from the weight of the air in the atmosphere. On earth we don't normally notice this as we are used to it. All the fluid and dissolved gasses in our bodies is broadly at the same pressure as the atmosphere and so the two cancel each other out. However in space where there is no atmosphere pushing down or around an astronaut, the pessure is not balanced and without protective clothing, dissolved gasses in the blood and other tissues will come out of solution forming bubbles which would be extremely painful and rapidly prove fatal and would cause significant swelling. On earth we are protected from significant amounts of solar radiation by the atmosphere and the Earth's magnetic field. In space no such protection exits and so astronauts face significantly increased exposure to all types of radiation. There is also the increased risk of meteoroids (small metallic or silicate clasts ranging from sand grain size upwards) that travel at very high velocities causing damage to space vehicles (or in extremis killing astronauts) because there is no atmosphere to burn up (due to air resistance and friction) these debris.
Hazards are things that can be dangers, for example sticking a metal fork into an electrical outlet. (which is a stupid idea, and I don't recommend it.)
They can cause environmental changes but they are also 280 million dollars and taking 5-15 years to get to space.
Hazards are dangers. Driving on an icy road is consideredhazardous, because there is a danger of sliding and crashing.