Flashcards in *Emergency Response Guidebook Deck (14):
If a reference to a guide cannot be found and the incident is believed to involve dangerous goods, use GUIDE # _____
Which guide is to be used for all explosives? (Except explosives 1.4)
Which guide is used for explosives 1.4?
True or false? The ERG is intended to provide information on the physical or chemical properties of dangerous goods.
What color pages are used when you have the ID number of the hazmat material?
What color pages are used when you have the name of the hazmat material?
What color pages are immediately referred to when a material is highlighted in the yellow or blue pages?
Green (toxic inhalation hazard)
Each guide is divided into what three main sections?
Emergency response actions including first aid
The green bordered (TIH) pages provide what two different types of safe distances?
Initial isolation distances
Protective action distances
The green bordered (TIH) pages provides distances for both small and large spills. What is considered a small and large spill?
Small is 200 liters or less
Large is 200 or more
During the ____ (day or night?) the air is generally calmer and this causes the chemical to disperse less and therefore create a toxicity zone which is greater
What color pages represent the guide of the hazmat material in question?
If an highlighted entry in either the yellow or blue boarded pages and there is no fire, which part of the guide book do you turn to?
The green bordered pages (TIH)
If an highlighted entry in either the yellow or blue boarded pages and there is a fire, which part of the guide book do you turn to?
Orange bordered pages (guides)