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The letter also reads pilots' lives might be exposed to risk if RSK MiG stops maintaining the aircraft.
It is alleged that customers including Bailey of Blackpool, were exposed to risk.
He said, "Although this is a common procedure, the workers could be exposed to risk in the manhole due to failures during construction.
The nursery, with 78 places, was temporarily shut because of fears "a child may be exposed to risk of harm".
However, companies are exposed to risk every day when content does not adhere to defined corporate standards and industry regulations.
Porter, 65, denied a charge that on July 7, 2004, he failed to ensure that pre-school age children, including Kian, were not exposed to risk to their health or safety by falling on a flight of steps.
Jarnell and TWI pleaded guilty to failing to undertake their business in such a way that persons not in its employment might be exposed to risk to their health.
Banks and Co (Farming) Ltd, of West Grantum Farm, New Cut Lane, Birkdale, Southport, -- of failing to discharge a duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act of ensuring the boy was not exposed to risk.
The Company remains exposed to risk factors that include the availability of financing, the outcome of litigation, the outcome of negotiations with its affiliate, technical or equipment complications, the availability of qualified personnel, market competition, meeting time critical requirements and others.
The Company remains exposed to risk factors that include the availability of financing, the outcome of litigation, the outcome of negotiations with ACT-Australia, technical or equipment complications, the availability of qualified personnel, market competition, meeting time critical requirements and others.
Many companies today don't even know they are exposed to risk because they think their existing, reactive solutions are sufficient.