Hazmat Training Trey Hoffman May 4, 2018 No comments Welcome to your Hazmat Training Full Name E-mail Address Phone Number 1. All fireworks must be approved for transportation. This approval is known as an: MSDS DOT OK EX Number IRS Form2. Fireworks are classed for transportation purposes by the U.S. Department of Transportation as: flammables exposives compressed gases flaming debris3. Information on the health and safety hazards of the chemicals and fireworks handled at this company can be found by asking your supervisor to let you see: shipping papers purchase orders a chemistry book material safety data sheets4. A shipping carton of fireworks for consumer use will have an orange, diamond-shaped warning label that says: Fireworks 1.4G Be Careful No Smoking5. A vehicle transporting any quantity Of display fireworks (1.3G/1.1G fireworks) or more than 1000 pounds of consumer fireworks (1.4G fireworks) must have an Orange, diamond-shaped placard: on the rear panel only front door both sides&bothends the front seat6. Placards must be provided by: the shipper of the fireworks the purchaser the U.S. government the local police department7. One of the most dangerous things you can do around fireworks, and a practice that is strictly forbidden by company rules is to: play music wear tennis shoes chew tobacco or gum smoke or have any type of open flame present8. In the event of a fire in a building or vehicle containing display fireworks (1.3G fireworks) or any boxes of stars or fireworks powders, employees are required to: fight the fire wait to see if an explosion occurs evacuate the area immediately wait for instructions9. If fireworks are spilled on the ground and no fire is present, the fireworks should be: buried in nearby ground ignited to dispose of them cautiously picked up and placed in carboard cartons left alone overnight10. If you are cut, burned, or otherwise injured while handling fireworks: don't tell anyone and treat the injury at home wash the injured area with soap and water notify your supervisor immediately keep working until break time11. When a truck is being loaded with fireworks: keep the engine running boxes may be thrown to speed up the process metal hooks may be used to lify heavy cases a, b, and c are forbidden by all DOT rules12. If you drive a commercial vehicle to pick up or deliver any amount of display fireworks or more than 1,000 pounds of consumer fireworks, you must: placard the vehicle with the proper placard be at least 21 years ol possess a valid Commercial Driver's License all of the above13. Fireworks powders can be ignited if they receive enough of which of the following kinds of energy: friction heat impact any of the above14. 100% cotton clothing should be worn around fireworks powders rather than nylon or other synthetic fibers. This is to minimize the risk ignition by: heat static friction impact15. Damaged fireworks, spilled powder, or any paper or waste contaminated with fireworks powder should be disposed of by: placing it in the trash can with other garbarge and trash flushing it down the toilet placing it in a container marked "Fireworks Waste" and disposing of it according to company policy burying it in a pit at least 3 feet deep16. Which of the following activity is forbidden in all rooms, buildings, and areas where fireworks are present: smoking lighting fireworks samples any open flames all of the above17. Fireworks testing may be performed: outside any plant building by any employee only in a designated area by authorized persons inside a warehouse if a fire extinguisher is nearby18. Exit doors in storage buildings: must not be blocked with boxes or equipment shall open outward shall be cleary marked with the word EXIT all of the above19. Before making any repairs to a storage building, if there is any possibility of causing a spark or a fire: all fireworks must be removed and placed in a safe location a fire truck should be called the plant should be evacuated repairs are forbidden20. Which of the following should not be stored near fireworks or carried in the body of a vehicle that is transporting fireworks: corrosive acids loose highway flares gasoline or oil none of the above should be near fireworks21. Before loading or unloading any fireworks, the cargo compartment of the vehicle must be checked to be sure there are no: stowaway passengers sharp nails, screws, or other protruding objects loose labels or cartons fruit flies or other banned insects22. The easiest way to determine if a shipment contains a hazardous material is to: look at the shipping papers open some packages check for foul odors all of the above23. The intent of DOT's Hazardous Materials Regulations is to ensure that drivers and equipment are safe, identify and communicate hazards with labels, placards, etc., and: allow the correct tax to be collected take enforcement out of the hands of local police let drivers know where to safely park prevent the spill of hazardous materials by proper packaging24. The classes (hazard categories) of fireworks handles at this company are: only 1.4G only 1.3G 1.1G and 1.3G 1.4G and 1.3G all of the above25. If an employee observes a person who they believe is not a company employee on company premises, he/she should: immediately contact a manager or supervisor offer the person a drink of water immediately call 911 ignore the person26. Unauthorized motor vehicles are permitted in which of the following areas: Any fireworks storage area Near explosives magazines The shipping area No motor vehicles are permitted on company premises unless authorized by management27. If you see a suspicious package on company premises, you should: Open it to see what is inside Pick it up and palce it in a trash receptacle Immediately notify a manager or supervisor Ignore itTime is Up!