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________ is an act or phenomenon that has the potential to produce harm or other undesirable consequences to a person or thing. A. Vulnerability B. Risk C. Risk Assessment D. Hazard E. Exposure
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Hazard is an act or phenomenon that has the potential to produce harm or other undesirable consequences to a person or thing.
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The ____________ may make available additional disaster loan amounts, up to 20 percent, to help pay for hazard mitigation actions. A. Individual Assistance B. Hazard Mitigation Grant Program C. Small Business Administration
Weegy: disaster mitigation is the attempt(s) made to reverse damage caused by man made disasters. (More)
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The Small Business Administration may make available additional disaster loan amounts, up to 20 percent, to help pay for hazard mitigation actions.

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_____________ is the estimated impact that a hazard would have on people, services, facilities, and structures in a community. A. Vulnerability B. Risk C. Risk Assessment D. Hazard E. Exposure
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B. Risk is estimated impact a hazard would have on people, services and facilitites
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Section _______ of the Stafford Act authorizes funds for hazard mitigation measures to meet the need for government services and infrastructure in areas affected by the disaster. A. 404 B. 406 C. 408
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Section 406 of the Stafford Act authorizes funds for hazard mitigation measures to meet the need for government services and infrastructure in areas affected by the disaster.
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