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Caribbean Island Property For Sale
Here is the word straight from the Montserrat Volcano observatory regarding the RISK assessment to the property that I am selling....
Negligible: an adverse event occurring at a frequency below one per million. This would be of little concern for ordinary living if the issue was an environmental one, or the consequence of a health care intervention. It should be noted, however, that this does not mean that the event is not important – it almost certainly will be to the individual – nor that it is not possible to reduce the risk even further. Other words which can be used in this context are ‘remote’ or ‘insignificant’. If the word ‘safe’ is to be used it must be seen to mean negligible, but should not import no, or zero, risk.
Risk to people and property in the Woodlands area, south of Lawyers Mountain. In terms of the CMO’s risk scale individual risk for residents of this area continues to be evaluated as NEGLIGIBLE.
Risks to people and property north of Lawyers Mountain. The risks to residents in these areas continue to be evaluated as NEGLIGIBLE.