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Thesaurus of Terms Used in Microbial Risk Assessment

"Federal and international agencies, private sector organizations, and academics use terms and definitions differently in their microbial risk assessments. This Thesaurus is a compendium of risk assessment terms found in frameworks, methodologies, and assessments. It provides insight into how various entities use specific microbial risk assessment terms in their activities and helps those responsible for such assessments both conduct and communicate about them more effectively."

United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction Terminology

"The UNISDR Terminology aims to promote a common understanding and usage of disaster risk reduction concepts and to assist the disaster risk reduction efforts of authorities, practitioners and the public. The previous version 'Terminology: Basic terms of disaster risk reduction' was published in 'Living with risk: a global review of disaster risk reduction initiatives' in 2004.

Institut des Risques Majeurs Thésaurus

"Le 'Thésaurus Risques' est un ensemble de termes choisis pour leur capacité à faciliter la description de la thématique des risques majeurs. Il permet de consulter les termes rattachés à un descripteur (ou mot-clé) et de cerner plus facilement un sujet en découvrant son environnement conceptuel. Il est facile et rapide à utiliser : il vous permet de traduire vos mots-clés dans un langage structuré (descripteurs) et fournit un ensemble restreint et plus pertinent de réponses. La recherche par mots-clés du thésaurus donne accès aux descripteurs qui ont été attribués aux documents."

"The 'Risk Thesaurus' is a set of terms chosen for their ability to facilitate the description of the major hazards theme. It allows to consult the terms attached to a descriptor (or keyword) and to more easily identify a subject in It is easy and quick to use: it allows you to translate your keywords into a structured language (descriptors) and provides a restricted and more relevant set of answers. To the descriptors that have been assigned to the documents. "