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Examples of Physical Hazards?

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Physical hazards are substances that threaten a person's physical safety. They are the most common and will be present in almost any workplace. Cold, heat, visible, ultraviolet, noise, and vibration are all examples of physical hazards. Ergonomics is another physical hazard that includes musculosketetal disorders, hand activity level, and lifting. Other physical hazards are lasers at all operating frequencies, ultrasound, infrasound, ionising radiation including alpha, beta, gamma, bremmstralung, and X-ray. Electric fields, microwave, magnetic fields, and radio frequencies are other forms of physical hazards.
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