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There are 2 names in this directory beginning with the letter H.
A situation that increases the probability of the happening of loss arising from a peril, or that may influence the extent of the loss. For example, accident, fire, flood, liability, burglary, and explosion are perils. Slippery floors, flammable liquids, unsanitary conditions, unlocked and unguarded premises and poor roads are hazards.

An important risk assessment issue for underwriters, housekeeping concerns an objective assessment of the extent to which an insured maintains the general cleanliness, appearance, utility and up-keep of premises. Poor housekeeping would be evidenced by excessive rubbish, congestion in work areas, deferred maintenance of machines, and general untidiness.
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