29. A chemical that causes lesions in relatively small amounts when in contact with skin tissue is considered: A. A flammable liquid B. A radioactive material C. An explosive D. A corrosive under EPCRA, Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) are responsible for responsibility: A. Set hazardous materials within national borders B. Write local regulations to promote emergency prevention C. Develop an emergency plan to respond to hazardous materials incidents D. Inspect local plants to ensure compliance with federal legislation Unit 3 Identification of hazardous materials.
This unit provides an overview of where these materials are frequently found and explains how to determine which specific chemicals and their health effects are present at these sites. 49. After approval, an emergency response plan should never be revised, as this would create potential confusion within response agencies. A. True B. False 5. The dangerous chemical or material that disrupts the body`s ability to transfer oxygen to cells is: A. Hydrogen Cyanide B. Innervant Agent C. Tear Gas D.
Phosgene A toxic accident occurs in your neighborhood. Several adults, teenagers and small children are present. Which group, if any, would probably be most affected? 26. Formal mutual assistance agreements with the surrounding jurisdictions are rare, if not necessary, as everyone is willing to meet in the event of an incident. A. True B. False You have just learned that a chemical you work with is a mutagen. What is the effect of this product? Under what circumstances are judges likely to take immediate action to stop pollution before a violation of the law is proven in court? Has.
Whenever environmental lobby groups agree that the problem exists B. In extreme cases, if the potential damage is clear and irreparable C. Whenever there is reason to believe that environment D could be damaged. If the polluting industry is large and can afford it, a good Community plan for the management of an emergency for hazardous substances: what is the primary objective of a hazardous substances response team? A. Inspection of buildings using or manufacturing hazardous chemicals B. Help in the disposal of household waste C. Developing a community-based hazardous incident response plan D. To provide the capabilities, knowledge and technical equipment necessary for the offensive handling of hazardous substances, decontamination is required for: A.