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hazardous

(Dangerous), adjective adverse, chancy, dangerous, fraught with danger, full of danger, insalubrious, insecure, noxious, ominous, perilous, precarious, risky, shaky, threatening, toxic, unprotected, unreliable, unsafe, unsound, unsteady
Associated concepts: hazardous materials, hazardous subbtances, hazardous waste

hazardous

(Imprudent), adjective aleatory, chancy, full of risk, menacing, riskful, speculative, threatening, venturous
Associated concepts: aleatory contract
See also: aleatory, dangerous, imprudent, insalubrious, insecure, noxious, precarious, speculative
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Under the HMRs, a person must develop and adhere to a security plan when that person transports or offers for transport hazardous material in commerce.
Of these 316 hazardous declared buildings, 51 were among the buildings which had been declared national heritage.
This law requires both companies and government agencies to inform the surrounding community about their facility's hazardous substances and prepare for accidental releases.
EPA says it has become aware of the need for more clarity, consistency and flexibility in the hazardous waste generator regulatory program.
According to Scott Downey, Manager of EPA's hazardous waste inspection unit in Seattle, strict compliance with federal hazardous waste storage and management requirements protects people and the environment.
Each of these is indexed using the Hazardous Characteristic Code (HCC) system.