Tenders are invited for Assessment of hazards and risks to natural hazards on highways - Lot 41: Spiez - Kandersteg Detailed Description of product: Hazard assessment and risk analysis of the processes of natural hazards on the gravitational N6 right out of Spiez, through the Kander valley (Reichenbach, Frutigen Kandergrund) to loading facilities in Kandersteg.
What does HA stand for?
HA stands for Hazard Assessment
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 65 other meanings of HA in our Acronym Attic
- Hardness Assurance (radiation)
- Harmonic Analyzer
- Harmonic Approximation
- Harrow (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Hatch Act of 1887
- Hauptabteilung (German)
- Haute Activité (French: High Activity; radioactivity)
- Hawaii (old style)
- Hawaiian Airlines (IATA airline code)
- Hazard Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
The guide is intended to aid the individual facility's completion of the required job hazard assessment for PPE selection.
The safety of people and properties in the country should be ensured by civil engineers and planners by designing safe and robust structures that resist earthquakes," he said, while speaking at the workshop on 'Seismic Hazard Assessment for Oman', organised by the SQU.
Critical research needs are the linkage of genomics information to adverse outcomes and the interpretation of genomics information for risk and hazard assessment.
The carrier's industrial engineers will travel to the insured's location, perform hazard assessments to identify the kinds of exposures that workers might face, take samples and then send them back to the Connecticut lab for analysis.
Additional increases are proposed in the areas of upgrading of the agency's hazard database, and new activities in the Hazard Assessment and Reduction area.
Results of each hazard assessment were documented through maps and accompanying reports, using geographic information systems (GIS) software (see related article "SPREADING THE FRONTIERS OF MAPS").