Differentiate between hazard and a risk.
A hazard is an existing situation that is likely to cause harm. For example, ice on the street is a hazard. A risk is a potential situation that does not exist, but theoretically could exist - if it did exist, it would become a hazard. [ [ For example, there is a risk that ice could form on sidewalks if it rains in freezing temperatures. ] ]
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