B311.1 Haz-Mat Incident Response Roster and Exposure Reports (09/02/2016) Flashcards Preview

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Flashcards in B311.1 Haz-Mat Incident Response Roster and Exposure Reports (09/02/2016) Deck (13):
1

What is required by federal law for all injured or potentially exposed employees?

Medical Surveillance program

2

Some symptoms may not appear for how long?

Hours

3

What will be filled out at all types of Haz-Mat responses?

Haz-Mat Incident Response Roster

4

What will be completed for each firefighter that has been exposed to a hazardous substance?

Haz-Mat Exposure Report

5

What will serve as the Haz-Mat Incident Response Roster?

The CAD login

6

When an incident occurs prior to the proper log on of members into CAD, Company Officers are responsible for:

Manually entering personnel into the appropriate field of the RMS incident report

7

All exposures should be reported by who and to who?

-Command

-to the Safety Officer

8

What shall serve as the Haz-Mat Exposure Report whether chemical or biological?

AFD IOJ computer-based reporting process

9

Any member that is exposed to a hazardous substance must fill out the AFD:

Precautionary IOJ computer-based form

10

Any exposure that results in medical attention shall follow:

The complete Medical IOJ reporting procedure

11

Who all should be notified of an on the job exposure happens?

-Company Officer

-BC

-Safety Officer

12

Who will document any exposures that happen at the scene?

The Officer completing the RMS report

13

Who shall determine if any additional actions should be taken after reporting?

The Safety Officer

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