risk of exposure

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Noun1.risk of exposure - the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent
probability, chance - a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible; "the probability that an unbiased coin will fall with the head up is 0.5"
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Contract notice: Risk of exposure to lead (crep) and release control after treatment of lead paints.
Summary: Education Minister Hassan Diab warned Tuesday against the dangers of Internet surfing for children, given their risk of exposure to abuse.
But he warned dissident republicans must not be allowed to operate without risk of exposure.
Brian Jackson, director of corporate business at BiB Insurance, said site foremen should be informed and given the tools they need to reduce the risk of exposure for all workers.
Veterans who served on vessels in nearby waters had the same risk of exposure to Agent Orange as those who served on adjacent land," he said.
Establish the appropriate warnings for foods that pose a significant risk of exposure to acrylamide.
2004a, 2004b), and the cumulative health risk of exposure to these compounds via consumption of farmed salmon is likely even higher.
Workers at risk of exposure to electromagnetic fields include those who work in close proximity to TVs, radio broadcasting equipment, radar equipment, mobile phone masts, and even anti-theft devices in shops.
Despite the risk of exposure during birth, many babies born to such women are nevertheless free of the virus.
Cadmium is naturally found in soil, rocks and water but the greatest risk of exposure comes from smoking.
Lost integrity of the skin increases risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens during skin contact with blood or body fluids.
Here are some actions you can take to reduce your risk of exposure while in the backcountry.