Subjects covered include : Regulations and standards as they apply to hazmat teams. Hazard interpretation.
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Hazardous Materials Regulations, Response, & Site Operations
Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Level 1: Awareness General employees and responders at the awareness level are trained to: 1. Recognize the presence of hazardous materials 2.
Notify proper authorities to respond: o In-house spill team o Off-site emergency services o Contracted clean-up personnel PPT 16 Department of Transportation PPT 26 Class 1: Explosives 1. ANFO ammonium nitrate and fuel oil mixtures , mass explosion but very insensitive 1.
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Class 2: Gases 2. Class 4: Flammable Solid 4. Class 5: Oxidizer 5. Class 6: Poison Toxic 6. Class 8: Corrosive Damage to skin; may corrode steel or aluminum as well as some may be water-reactive Nitric acid and hydrochloric acid in addition to sodium hydroxide are examples PPT 36 Class 9: Miscellaneous Mildly hazardous and may be physically solid, liquid or gas state Extremely annoying due to producing vapors which may interfere with flight crews PPT 37 DOT Table 1 Materials Table 1 Any amount of Table 1 materials will require a label for each package as well as having to be placarded 1.
Reading a Numbered Placard Transport vehicles or freight containers with 8, lbs in non-bulk packages Transport vehicles or freight containers with 2, lbs of non-bulk packages of poisonous by inhalation in Hazard Zone A or B PPT 49 PPT 51 PPT 61 PPT 62
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