Health Hazard Analysis
The Health Hazard Analysis/Assessment is used to systematically identify and evaluate health hazards, evaluate proposed hazardous materials, and propose measures to eliminate or control these hazards through engineering design changes or protective measures to reduce the risk to a level acceptable to the customer.
The HHA evaluation phase determines the quantities of potentially hazardous materials or physical agents (e.g., noise, radiation, heat stress, cold stress) involved with the system, analyzes how these materials or physical agents are used in the system, estimates where and how personnel exposures may occur and if possible the degree or frequency of exposure involved.
Materials are evaluated if, because of their physical, chemical, or biological characteristics; quantity; or concentrations, they cause or contribute to adverse effects in organisms or off-spring, pose a substantial present or future danger to the environment, or result in damage to or loss of equipment or property during the system's life cycle.
There is much more to Health Hazard Analysis Reports (HHARs) than Data Item Description (DID) DI-SAFT-80106B. Contact us if you would like to purchase an HHAR DID. You won't find a DID of this caliber elsewhere.