A hazard becomes a disaster when either there are no mitigating circumstances to prevent the disaster from happening or the mitigating circumstances fail.
ex: Driving presents many hazards. We have traffic lights, stop signs, seat belts, etc., all of which aid us in preventing potential disasters.
by Junaid Majeed 3 days ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!Here is my article: Major Environmental Hazard and Their Remedies (must be signed in to view)
by Poethepoet 7 years ago
What is the biggest hazard out there to you when you are driving on the road?
by L. Andrew Marr 9 years ago
HELP!MY DRIVING TEST IS TOMORROW MORNING AT 8.20am!My driving instructor is picking me up at 6.50am.I didn't even know there was a 6.50am!I've already taken it once - failing with one major, one minor. HELP ME HUBBERSI'M A MESS!L.
by David Bowman 9 years ago
I would be interested to hear personal stories from atheists or agnostics about how you came to be a non-believer. A summary of my personal story:I was born and raised as a fundamentalist Christian and considered myself to be one until about the age of twenty. My transition from Bible believing...
by SpanStar 7 years ago
When it comes to the Tulsa killings I really do believe I must be in the Twilight Zone. Police saying they are not going to jump to conclusion about the killings being racially motivated when on the killer’s web site he writes that his father was killed by a F..king..N.gg.r. Not an...
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