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Flashcards in 119 HAZMAT/ HAZWASTE/ Pollution Control Fundamentals Deck (16):
1

Define the term HM

Hazardous Material (HAZMAT)- chemicals and stuff that can hurt you

2

Define the term HW

Hazardous Waste- Waste products that are by-products of HM

3

State the purpose and information contained on the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

composition, chemical, and physical characteristics, health and safety hazards, and precautions for safe handling and use.

4

Explain the general procedures to be followed when a HAZMAT/HW spill is discovered

notify, evaluate, contain

5

State the PPE required when handling HAZMAT/HW

Rubber gloves, eye pro, semi-conductive footwear, skin pro, breathing pro, apron

6

Discuss the disposal limitations for Grease

keep synthetic and petroleum lubricants separate

7

Discuss the disposal limitations for Hydraulic Fluid

keep synthetic fluids separate from other types of fluids

8

Discuss the disposal limitations for Fuels

keep synthetic and petroleum lubricants separate

9

Discuss the disposal limitations for Waste Oils

dispose of onshore

10

Describe required training for all hands with respect to the HAZMAT/HW program

HM in work area, disposal procedures, hazard warning labels, MSDS, protective measures, emergency procedures

11

Define Oily Waste

Oil is mixed with water or other substances; no longer useful without further treatment

12

Define Waste Oil

Oil that can no longer be used and is now meant to be disposed of

13

Describe the actions required for oil spills outside the US Contiguous zone

Report to the proper authorities, report to the On-Scene Commander, clean minor spills and let the shore cleanup people know what happened

14

Discuss proper marking of HAZMAT containers

Only approved containers, and only use the proper cautionary labels (do not obscure other identifying marks)

15

Discuss the precautions observed when handling flammables

No smoking; Keep away from open flames, hot work areas, strong oxidizing; Ensure proper ventilation of area; protect from physical damage; ground containers before transfer

16

State the location and contents of the Oil Spill Containment Kit

One in each Hangar Bay; gloves, goggles, aprons, absorbent pads