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How many classifications are there?
There are 11 Classifications
1 short of a dozen
What the Classifications?
Explosives, Compressed Gases, Flammable Liquids, Flammable Solids, Oxidizers, Poisons, Radioactive, Corrosives, Miscellaneous, Other Regulated Materials, Forbidden
Every Carefull Fire Fighter Ought to Practice Reading Cartoons Monthly Or Fry
Under what chapter are the First Responder competencies?
NFPA 472 Chapter 4
Who are the three agencies that created these requirements?
(DOT)Dept. of Transportation
(EPA)Environ Protection Agency
(OSHA)Occupational Safety and Health Admin
DOE
What are the three tasks?
Detect
Survey
Collect
DCS
What actions will you implement?
Initiate protective actions Secure the area. Not let anyone in or out.
Initiate notification process Call for trained personnel (fire dept., etc.)
LERP - Local Emergency Response plan
SOP's - Standard Operating Procedures
Identify the definition of hazardous materials
Dangerous goods in Canada
As defined in NFPA 472. solid, liquid or gas when released, is harmfullto people, environment and property
people, environment and property
Hazardous Materials - Dept. of Tx (DOT) term
It covers all of the hazard classes/divisions
hazard classes/divisions
Hazardous Substances - EPA term for chemicals that, if released into the environ....must be reported
above a certain amount
Toxic chemicals - EPA term for chemicals whose total emissions or release....by owners and operatores of certain facilities that manufacture, process or use a listed toxic chem.
must be reported annually
Hazardous Wastes - EPA term for chemicals that are regulated under the....
Resource, Conservation and Recovery Act
tree huggers
Hazardous Chemicals -....that denotes any chemical that would be a risk to employess if exposed in the work place
OSHA term...
what Mark Padilla teaches
Dangerous goods -....
What Canada calls hazardous materials
Blame it on Canada
Highly Hazardous Chemicals - OSHA term for those chemicals that....flammable or explosive properties
possess toxic, reactive,...
there are 2 reactions - this being one of them
The DOT has classified hazardous materials according to their....
primary danger and assigned standardized symbols
Main..Colors..Insurance..
what runes are
What is Class 1?
What color is the placard?
What is the symbol on placard?
What represents the divisions
What words will you find on it
Explosives
Orange
Bursting Bomb
A number
Explosives or 1.5 Blasting Agent
What changes on the placard 1.5?
the word Explosives turns to Blasting Agent
In division 1.1, what type of explosion can we expect?
What is an example of a 1.1 explosive?
A MASS explosion
TNT
the area it covers...area = mass
In division 1.2, what type of explosion can we expect?
What is an example of a 1.2 explosive?
A PROJECTED explosion
detonation cord
detonation cord, aerial flares
In division 1.3, what type of explosion can we expect?
What is an example of a 1.3 explosive?
A FIRE hazard and either a minor blast or a minor projection or both. But not a mass
Liquid fueled rocket motors
Liquid fueled rocket motors and propellant explosives
How many classifications are there?
There are 11 Classifications
1 short of a dozen
What the Classifications?
Explosives, Compressed Gases, Flammable Liquids, Flammable Solids, Oxidizers, Poisons, Radioactive, Corrosives, Miscellaneous, Other Regulated Materials, Forbidden
Every Carefull Fire Fighter Ought to Practice Reading Cartoons Monthly Or Fry
Under what chapter are the First Responder competencies?
NFPA 472 Chapter 4
Who are the three agencies that created these requirements?
(DOT)Dept. of Transportation
(EPA)Environ Protection Agency
(OSHA)Occupational Safety and Health Admin
DOE
What are the three tasks?
Detect
Survey
Collect
DCS
What actions will you implement?
Initiate protective actions Secure the area. Not let anyone in or out.
Initiate notification process Call for trained personnel (fire dept., etc.)
LERP - Local Emergency Response plan
SOP's - Standard Operating Procedures
Identify the definition of hazardous materials
Dangerous goods in Canada
As defined in NFPA 472. solid, liquid or gas when released, is harmfullto people, environment and property
people, environment and property
Hazardous Materials - Dept. of Tx (DOT) term
It covers all of the hazard classes/divisions
hazard classes/divisions
Hazardous Substances - EPA term for chemicals that, if released into the environ....must be reported
above a certain amount
Toxic chemicals - EPA term for chemicals whose total emissions or release....by owners and operatores of certain facilities that manufacture, process or use a listed toxic chem.
must be reported annually