BEST'S HAZARD INDEX Air Charter Services Best's Hazard Line Index Underwriting Comments Automobile Liability 5 Lower if client transportation contracted out.
What does HI stand for?
HI stands for Hazard Index
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- Hardware Item
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- Harris Interactive
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- Hawaii (US postal abbreviation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Determination of decay hazard index (Scheffer index) in Korea for exterior aboveground wood.
Continue to explore methods for evaluating risks from combined chemical exposures that improve the existing Hazard Index method.
Automatic payouts from the facility will be triggered by the intensity of the event, with values established by a "parametric payout curve" that uses a pre-determined hazard index to gauge expected damage from disasters of varying intensity levels.
In addition to corresponding podcasts and Underwriting Snapshot videos, the Search Results page provides links to related classifications and the Best's Hazard Index for each report.
Tree Care Services Best's Hazard Index Lines of Liability 1-3: 4-6: 7-9: 10: Low Risk Medium Risk High Risk Very High Risk Automobile 7 Liability Automobile 5 Physical Damage General Liability: 7 Premises and Operations Product Liability 5 And Completed Operations Environment 5 Impairment Liability Workers' 7 Compensation Crime 2 Fire and E.
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.
We estimated a screening level total noncancer hazard index by summing all of the noncancer hazard quotients (over all end points).