Haz Mat Test 3

1. Which of the following is the proper definition of a cargo tank?
A bulk container not permanently attacked to a vehicle.
A bulk container permanently attached to a vehicle.
Both choices a & b
None of the above

2. What placard must be used with an inhalation hazard load?
All of the above

3. A safe haven is one place you can leave a vehicle unattended that is hauling explosives. What is the best description of a safe haven?
Any property that has been government approved for this use.
Any property that is totally fenced in by an 8 foot high fence and has a guard on duty all day long.
Any property that is totally fenced in by an 8 foot high fence.
All of the above

4. Which of the following is one of the three keys to identify which placard to use?
Materials hazard class
Amount being shipped
Both a and b
Whether the cargo is a liquid or solid

5. When is it necessary to ground the trailer?
Only when filling a trailer with explosives.
When filling or unloading any flammable liquid tank. Ground must be maintained until filling hole is properly closed.
Only when unloading a cargo tank filled with any flammable liquid.
None of the above.

6. You may not park a vehicle carrying hazardous materials within ____ feet of an open fire.

7. With most hazardous materials, you may park within 5 feet of the road briefly. If your work requires it. The materials that are the exception and do not allow parking this close to the road are.
Acids and poisons
Explosives A and B
Corrosives and oxidizers

8. You do not have a hazardous materials endorsement on your commercial driver license. When can you legally haul hazardous materials?
Only when the shipment does not cross state lines
Only when the load is placarded
All of the above

9. The basic description of a hazardous material includes the hazard class, the id number, and the proper shipping name. Which one must appear first on the shipping paper?
The box number
The identification number
The hazard class
The proper shipping name

10. When fueling a placarded vehicle, someone must always be:
Within 10 feet of the pump with a fire extinguisher.
At the emergency power shut off for the pump.
At the nozzle, controlling the fuel flow.
Be at the rear most corner on the vehicle.