Risk of Work Place in the Context of Environmental Policies

AuthorStefan Dragomir, Georgeta Dragomir
European Integration - Realities and Perspectives. Proceedings 2018
Risk of Work Place in the Context of Environmental Policies
Stefan Dragomir1, Georgeta Dragomir2
Abstract: The main elements of environmental security assessment in an investment shall be determined
taking into account the effects on health, safety of the workplace and the environment. It is necessary to
collect a larger number of information in particular concerning the conditions for the use of various chemical
agents. It is necessary to make a deep analysis of work place, to see what the types of chemical substance and
materials are used frequency in industry that can infest the environment and it must to know how much
damage can produce all of these materials. When we know the risks that characterize equipment, we can
protect the life and we can protect the environment for a sustainable development.
Keywords: safety investment; risk strategies assessment
1. Introduction
When it is developed an industry investment it is necessary to highlight the elements of environmental
security to comparing different kind of risks and to make an analysis of all risk factors by using
adequate weightings. Modifying factor a constant used in developing a minimal risk level to reflect
an uncertain in data that is not accounted for the uncertain factor.
It must to make a prospective study, where the information about the exposure and response are
obtained after the study has begun.
2. Paper Objectives
The main objectives are to establish the global security risk level and the safety measures that are
necessary to take by the units.
Risk means the probability of an adverse effect the results of a particular exposure. Risk Factor can be
variable in a casual model that is related to a vast response. That variable may act with other factors or
in some other way (multiplications).
1 Professor, PhD, Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania, Address: 47 Domnească Strada, RomanТa, Tel.: 0040 0336
130 108, Romania, E-mail: gretadragomir@univ-danubius.ro.
2 Professor, PhD, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., Galati 800654, Romania, Tel.:
+40372361102, E-mail: gretadragomir@univ-danubius.ro.

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