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Hazard Identification

  • Franco OboniEmail author
  • Cesar Oboni
Chapter

Abstract

This chapter discusses hazard identification in terms of hazard vectors, scenarios, how to determine them, etc. Monitoring is discussed as well, as the mean to keep an active eye on impinging potential hazards.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Oboni Riskope Associates Inc.RiskopeVancouverCanada

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