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Hazardous materials for operational level response
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What are the different names for hazmat shipping documents?
air, road, rail, and water
List and Define the mode of transportation shipping documents for hazmat.
Air- The "Air Bill" is the responsibility of the pilot and is located in the cockpit.
Road/ Highway- The "Bill of Lading" is the responsibility of the driver and located in the cab.
Rail- The "Waybill" or "Consist" is the responsibility of the conductor and is located in the engine or caboose.
Water/ Ship/ Barges- The "Dangerous Cargo Manifest" is the responsibility of the ship captain and is located in the bridge or pilot house.
What do you usually find on a fixed facility containing hazardous materials?
What does blue on a 704 Diagram describe?
(health) the level of health hazard presented by material likely to be found within this facility.
What does Red on a 704 diagram describe?
(flammability hazard) the likelihood of fire occuring with a substance stored in this facility.
What does yellow on a 704 diagram describe?
(insatbility) the hazard level that exists with a substance being reactive or unstable.
What does white on a 704 diagram describe?
it is reserved for special hazards like: water reactive, radiation, explosive, and oxidizers.
The NFPA 704 system uses a rating system of numbers from ___ to ___.
0 to 4
What does the number 0 indicate on a 704?
What does the number 4 on a 704 indicate?
What is located at the 6 oclock position on a 704 placard?
The words danger and poison are used for highly ________ materials?
________ means moderate toxicity.
_________ is used for chemicals with relatively low toxicity.
What are the four signal words that indicate the degree of hazard associated with a product?
(caution)- minor health effects.
(warning)- moderate hazards such as significant health effects and flammability
(danger)- highest degree of hazard severe deadly effects/ products that explode when exposed to heat.
(poison)- required in addition to danger on labels of highly toxic materials such as pesticides.
Where pipelines cross under or over roads, railroads, and waterways, pipeline companies must provide ___________.
What do pipes marked in yellow indicate?
dangerous fluids/ high hazard materials.
What do pipes marked in green indicate?
What do pipes marked in blue indicate?
low hazard gases or liquid mixtures
What do pipes marked in red indicate?
fire suppression materials
The yellow pages in an ERG are organized __________ by the UN/ID number.
"P" if for blank in an ERG?
Polymerize- tendency for a chemical to chemically react with itself changing from a liquid to a solid this is accompanied by heat and expansion that may explosively rupture a tank.
The blue pages in a ERG are organized _________ by proper chemical name.
The orange pages in a ERG list general information for responding to a given family of chemicals.
What is used for a mixed load or unidentified cargo?
Guide number 111
What are small spills classified as in the ERG?
approximately 53 gallons or less.
Initial isolation distance
distance within which all persons are considered for evacuation in all directions from the actual spill/leak source.
Protective action distances
represent downwind distances from a spill/leak source within which protective actions should be implemented.
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