Continue to explore methods for evaluating risks from combined chemical exposures that improve the existing Hazard Index method.
What does HI stand for?
HI stands for Hazard Index
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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- Hawaii (US postal abbreviation)
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Pest Control Operators Best's Hazard Index (Low 1-3; Medium 4-6; High 7-9; Very High 10) Best's Hazard Line Index Underwriting Comments Automobile Liability 7 Frequent travel; transporting hazardous chemicals.
Hazard index (H) Adaptation index (A) Very low Low Moderate High Very high Very low 1,1 1,2 1,3 1,4 1,5 (best) Low 2,1 2,1 2.
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To assess noncancer risks, the agency adopted a hazard index based on an evaluation of the respiratory hazard posed by eight of the air toxics.
Each report provides: * Detailed descriptions of the focus business or industry * Best's Hazard Index * SIC and NAICS codes * Related Classifications * Risk Descriptions * Underwriter's Checklist Best's Loss Control Manual functions as an inspection tool for on-site loss control engineers as well as a training reference for risk managers.
We estimated a screening level total noncancer hazard index by summing all of the noncancer hazard quotients (over all end points).
Each report provides a detailed description of the business or industry, Best's Hazard Index, SIC and NAICS codes, an Underwriter's Checklist and more.