What is the difference between hazard and risk ?
Anything that has the potential to harm people all living things is defined as “hazard”. Hazards can affect people, property, goods, management, and cause accidents, illnesses, product loss, machine and device damage. “Risk”, in short, is the likelihood of loss in danger. “Occupational risk” refers to the multiplication of the probability and severity of an injury or illness as a result of employee exposure to danger.