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Doru-Costin Darabont1, Eduard Smîdu1, Alina Trifu1*, Vicențiu Ciocîrlea1, Iulian Ivan1, Costică Bejinariu2, Constantin Baciu2 and Mihai-Adrian Bernevig-Sava2

1 INCDPM Institutul Național de Cercetare-Dezvoltare pentru Protecția Muncii “Alexandru Darabont” București, România
2 Universitatea Tehnică “Gheorghe Asachi” Iași, România

The paper describes a brand new methodology of occupational well being and security threat evaluation. This methodology, referred to as MEVA, not like the outdated ones, focuses extra on scale back or remove subjective points in figuring out the likelihood of manifestation of threat elements and is predicated on a deductive reasoning, with the assistance of which is studied the chain between two or extra occasions. The novelty of the strategy consists in combining threat evaluation methods with analysis of compliance with authorized and different necessities, aiming to supply a extra goal outcomes of the chance evaluation. Within the MEVA methodology, the chance matrix is outlined by 5 lessons of severity and 5 likelihood lessons, leading to 5 ranges of threat. After quantifying the chance elements, prevention measures are proposed for all of the recognized threat elements and every partial threat stage is recalculated because of the proposed measures. The 5 ranges of threat have been grouped into three classes: acceptable, tolerable and unacceptable. The MEVA methodology is an easy methodology and it may be used for assessing varied workplaces, with totally different traits of complexity, exercise area or occupational well being and security recordings.