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Please check each of your answers. If any questions are missed review the section again and correct your answer.

1. The answer could be any three of the below classes. The answer could also be any three examples of any of the classes.  For example dynamite, gasoline, acetone, hydrochloric acid etc. 

Hazard Classes

Class 1: Explosives
Explosives 1.1A Explosives 1.1L Division 1.1 - Articles and substances having a mass explosion hazard
Explosives 1.2B Explosives 1.2L Division 1.2 - Articles and substances having a projection hazard, but not a mass explosion hazard
Explosives 1.3C Explosives 1.3L Division 1.3 - Articles and substances having a fire hazard, a minor blast hazard, and/or a minor projection hazard, but not a mass explosion hazard
Explosives 1.4B Explosives 1.4S Division 1.4 - Articles and substances presenting no significant hazard (explosion limited to package)
  Lasting Agents 1.5D Division 1.5 - Very insensitive substances having a mass explosion hazard
  Explosives 1.6N Division 1.6 - Extremely insensitive articles which do not have a mass explosion hazard

Class 2: Gas
Falmmable Division 2.1 - Flammable Gas
Non-Flammable Gas Division 2.2 - Non-flammable, non-toxic gas (under pressure, inert, etc.)
Poison Gas Division 2.3 - Toxic Gas

Class 3: Flammable Liquids (100 Degrees F or less open cup)

Class 4: Other Flammable Substances
Flammable Solid Division 4.1 - Flammable Solid
Spontameously Combustible Division 4.2 - Substances liable to spontaneous combustion
Dangerous When wet Division 4.3 - Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases

Class 5: Oxidizing Substances and Organic Peroxides
Oxidizer Division 5.1 - Oxidizers
Organic Peroxide Division 5.2 - Organic Peroxides

Class 6: Toxic (Poisonous) and Infectious Substances
Toxic Substances 1 Toxic Substances 2 Division 6.1 - Toxic Substances
Infectious Substances Division 6.2 - Infectious Substances

Class 7: Radioactive Material
Radioactive Division 7 - Radioactive Material

Class 8: Corrosives
Corrosive Division 8 - Corrosives

Class 9: Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods
Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods

Magnetized material
Elevated temperature goods
Dry ice
Environmentally hazardous substances
Life-saving appliances
Engines, internal combustion
Polymeric beads
Battery-powered equipment or vehicle
Zinc Dithonite

2. Immediately contact the Hazardous Materials Manager and discuss the material you are transpoting. 

3. Contact the Hazardous Materials Manager

4. Title 49 part  171 to 180

5. $500,000

6. Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR), or Hazardous Materials Tables (HMT)

7. Every 2 years

8. Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR), or Hazardous Materials Tables (HMT)

9. Shipping documents, package markings and labels, placards on transport vehicles and bulk packagings or simply shipping papers, labels and placards.

10. Primarily labels, an answer of warning labels, hazardous materials warning label would also be correct.

11. Any of these would be correct.  173.21, 173.24, 173.24a, 174.81, 175.75, 175.78, 176.83, 177.848

Thank you for taking the hazardous materials training. Please print, sign and send a copy of the completed test to EHS, Attention: Susan Hopkins, Hudson Health Center 204 or fax to 593-0808.

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