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These are just jargon to describe a formal approach to the thinking about what could go wrong even with every day actions such as the risk of getting scalded when putting on a kettle or tripping over toys lying on the floor.

The tools you need are:-

  1. Common sense
  2. Being observant
  3. Taking action

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