ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS (AHA)
Hazard" on AHA. E = Extremely High Risk " Probability" is the likelihood to cause an incident, near miss, or accident and identified as: Frequent, Likely, Occasional, Seldom or Unlikely . H = High Risk " Severity" is the outcome/degree if an incident, near miss, or accident did
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