unlikely to cause injury

See: innocuous
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Instead, "it should be done with something like the sewaq tooth cleaning twig," he advises, showing a very small twig that would be unlikely to cause injury (unless it was used to poke someone's eye out).
This means that a product needs to be safe and unlikely to cause injury to the user.
MSHA characterized the citation as unlikely to cause injury and moderate negligence.