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  1. Operational Level Lesson 2 Presentation Hazardous Materials for First Responders, 3rd Ed.

  2. Approaching the Scene Safely • Identify and evaluate problem locations and hazardous occupancies during emergency response planning. • Include remote observation/assessment steps in the emergency plan. • Always approach the scene from uphill, upwind, and upstream if at all possible. (1 of 2) Operational Level

  3. Approaching the Scene Safely • Use binoculars, a spotting scope, a camera lens, or a sight scope for observation. • Report any unusual conditions to the telecommunications/dispatch center. • Use the assessment location as a temporary staging area if reconnaissance teams must approach on foot. (2 of 2) Operational Level

  4. Atmospheric/Nonpressure Containers Horizontal tank • Contents: Flammable and combustible liquids, corrosives, poisons Cone roof tank • Contents: Flammable, combustible, and corrosive liquids (1 of 4) Operational Level

  5. Atmospheric/Nonpressure Containers Open top floating roof tank • Contents: Flammable and combustible liquids Covered top floating roof tank • Contents: Flammable and combustible liquids (2 of 4) Operational Level

  6. Atmospheric/Nonpressure Containers Lifter roof tank • Contents: Flammable and combustible liquids Vapordome roof tank • Contents: Combustible liquids of medium volatility and other nonhazardous materials (3 of 4) Operational Level

  7. Atmospheric/NonpressureContainers Atmospheric underground storage tank • Contents: Petroleum products Fill connections cover (4 of 4) Operational Level

  8. Low-Pressure StorageTanks and Pressure Vessels Dome roof tank • Contents: Flammable liquids, combustible liquids, fertilizers, solvents Spheroid tank • Contents: LPG, methane, propane, and some flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil (1 of 3) Operational Level

  9. Low-Pressure StorageTanks and Pressure Vessels Noded spheroid tank • Contents: LPG, methane, propane, and some flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil Horizontal pressure vessel • Contents: LPG, anhydrous ammonia, vinyl chloride, butane, ethane, LNG, CNG, chlorine, hydrogen chloride, and other similar products (2 of 3) Operational Level

  10. Low-Pressure StorageTanks and Pressure Vessels Spherical pressure vessel • LPG and vinyl chloride Cryogenic-liquid storage tank • Liquid carbon dioxide, liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen (3 of 3) Operational Level

  11. Rail Tank Cars Nonpressure tank car • Contents: Flammable liquids, flammable solids, reactive liquids, reactive solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, poisons, irritants, corrosive materials, and similar products Without expansion dome With expansion dome (1 of 3) Operational Level

  12. Rail Tank Cars Pressure tank car • Contents: Flammable, nonflammable, and poison gases as well as flammable liquids Cryogenic liquid tank car • Contents: Argon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, LNG, ethylene (2 of 3) Operational Level

  13. Rail Tank Cars Pneumatically unloaded hopper car • Contents: Dry caustic soda, ammonium nitrate fertilizer, other fine-powdered materials, plastic pellets, flour High-pressure tube car • Contents: Helium, hydrogen, methane, oxygen, compressed gases (3 of 3) Operational Level

  14. Cargo Tank Trucks Nonpressure liquid tank • Contents: Gasoline, fuel oil, alcohol, other flammable/combustible liquids, other liquids, liquid fuel products Low-pressure chemical tank • Contents: Flammable liquids, combustible liquids, acids, caustics, poisons (1 of 4) Operational Level

  15. Cargo Tank Trucks Corrosive liquid tank • Contents: Corrosive liquids High-pressure tank • Contents: Pressurized gases and liquids, anhydrous ammonia, propane, butane, other gases that have been liquefied under pressure (2 of 4) Operational Level

  16. Cargo Tank Trucks Cryogenic liquid tank • Contents: Liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen, liquid carbon dioxide, liquid hydrogen, other gases that have been liquefied by lowering their temperatures (3 of 4) Operational Level

  17. Cargo Tank Trucks Compressed-gas/tube trailer • Helium, hydrogen, methane, oxygen, other gases Dry bulk cargo tanker • Calcium carbide, oxidizers, corrosive solids, cement, plastic pellets, fertilizers (4 of 4) Operational Level

  18. Intermodal Containers Nonpressure intermodal tank • Contents: Liquids or solids (both hazardous and nonhazardous) Pressure intermodal tank • Liquefied gases, LPG, anhydrous ammonia, other liquids (1 of 2) Operational Level

  19. Intermodal Containers Cryogenic intermodal tank • Contents: Refrigerated liquid gases, argon, oxygen, helium Tube module intermodal tank • Contents: Gases in high-pressure cylinders mounted in the frame (2 of 2) Operational Level

  20. Vessel Cargo Carriers • Tankers • Petroleum carriers • Chemical carriers • Liquefied flammable gas carriers Caution!Chemical carriers are not required to carry placards. The only way to positively identify a chemical cargo is to ask the master or mate (captain or first officer) or obtain the cargo plan that identifies where each commodity is stowed on the vessel (1 of 2) Operational Level

  21. Vessel Cargo Carriers • Cargo vessels • Bulk carriers • Break bulk carriers • Container vessels • Roll-on/roll-off vessels • Barges (2 of 2) Operational Level

  22. Nonbulk Packaging • Has a maximum capacity of 119 gallons (450 L) or less as a receptacle for a liquid OR • Has a maximum net mass of 882 pounds (400 kg) or less and a maximum capacity of 119 gallons (450 L) or less as a receptacle for a solid OR • Has a water capacity of less than 1,001 pounds (454 kg) as a receptacle for a gas Operational Level

  23. Nonbulk Packages • Bag — Flexible packaging made of paper, plastic film, woven material, or other similar material (1 of 4) Operational Level

  24. Nonbulk Packages • Carboy — Large glass or plastic bottle encased in a basket or box; may be round or rectangular • Jerrican — Rectangular plastic carboy; term used in UN regulations (2 of 4) Operational Level

  25. Nonbulk Packages • Cylinder — Pressure vessel designed for pressures higher than 40 psi (276 kPa) and having a circular cross section (3 of 4) Operational Level

  26. Nonbulk Packages • Drum • Flat-ended or convex-ended cylindrical packaging made of metal, fiberboard, plastic, plywood, or other suitable materials • Other packages made of metal or plastic that do not include cylinders, jerricans, wood barrels, or bulk packaging (4 of 4) Operational Level

  27. Radioactive Containers • Strong, tight — Container used to ship materials of low radioactivity • Excepted — Packaging used for transportation of materials that have very limited radioactivity such as articles manufactured from natural or depleted uranium or natural thorium (1 of 3) Operational Level

  28. Radioactive Containers • Industrial — Container that retains and protects the contents during normal transportation activities (2 of 3) Operational Level

  29. Radioactive Containers • Type A — Container used to transport radioactive materials with relatively high specific activity levels • Type B — Container used to transport radioactive materials that exceed the limits of Type A package requirements (3 of 3) Operational Level