Hazmat Training

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All fireworks must be approved for transportation. This approval is known as an:

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Fireworks are classed for transportation purposes by the U.S. Department of Transportation as:

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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:

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A shipping carton of fireworks for consumer use will have an orange, diamond-shaped warning label that says:

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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:

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Placards must be provided by:

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One of the most dangerous things you can do around fireworks, and a practice that is strictly forbidden by company rules is to:

8.

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:

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If fireworks are spilled on the ground and no fire is present, the fireworks should be:

10.

If you are cut, burned, or otherwise injured while handling fireworks:

11.

When a truck is being loaded with fireworks:

12.

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:

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Fireworks powders can be ignited if they receive enough of which of the following kinds of energy:

14.

100% cotton clothing should be worn around fireworks powders rather than nylon or other synthetic fibers. This is to minimize the risk ignition by:

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Damaged fireworks, spilled powder, or any paper or waste contaminated with fireworks powder should be disposed of by:

16.

Which of the following activity is forbidden in all rooms, buildings, and areas where fireworks are present:

17.

Fireworks testing may be performed:

18.

Exit doors in storage buildings:

19.

Before making any repairs to a storage building, if there is any possibility of causing a spark or a fire:

20.

Which of the following should not be stored near fireworks or carried in the body of a vehicle that is transporting fireworks:

21.

Before loading or unloading any fireworks, the cargo compartment of the vehicle must be checked to be sure there are no:

22.

The easiest way to determine if a shipment contains a hazardous material is to:

23.

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:

24.

The classes (hazard categories) of fireworks handles at this company are:

25.

If an employee observes a person who they believe is not a company employee on company premises, he/she should:

26.

Unauthorized motor vehicles are permitted in which of the following areas:

27.

If you see a suspicious package on company premises, you should: