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  • 1. 
    WITHIN HOW MANY YEARS MUST A DRIVER HAVE HAD SPECIAL TRAINING IF HE TRANSPORTS RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL OR FLAMMABLE CRYOGENIC LIQUIDS?
    • A. 

      1 YEAR

    • B. 

      2 YEARS

    • C. 

      3 YEARS

    • D. 

      SPECIAL TRAINING NOT REQUIRED IF DRIVER HAS ENDORSEMENT


  • 2. 
    THE DRIVER'S CERTIFICATE OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS TRAINING MUST BE:
    • A. 

      KEPT AT HOME

    • B. 

      KEPT AT TERMINAL

    • C. 

      KEPT IN THE DRIVER'S VEHICLE

    • D. 

      CARRIED BY DRIVER


  • 3. 
    WHAT IS THE INTENT OF THE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL REGULATION FOUND IN THE TITLE 49 CFR?
    • A. 

      TO CONTAIN THE MATERIAL

    • B. 

      TO COMMUNICATE THE RISK

    • C. 

      ASSURE SAFE DRIVERS AND EQUIPMENT

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 4. 
    WHAT IS NOT A RESPONSIBILTY OF THE SHIPPER?
    • A. 

      LABELING

    • B. 

      PACKAGING

    • C. 

      PLACARDING

    • D. 

      PREPARING SHIPPING PAPERS


  • 5. 
    WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING THAT THE SHIPPER HAS CORRECTLY NAMED, LABELED, AND MARKED A HAZ MAT SHIPMENT?
    • A. 

      CARRIER

    • B. 

      SHIPPER

    • C. 

      DRIVER

    • D. 

      PREPARING SHIPPING PAPERS


  • 6. 
    WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PLACARDING AND TRANSPORTING THE SHIPMENT WITHOUT DELAY, AND KEEPING THE SHIPPING PAPERS IN THE PROPER PLACE?
    • A. 

      SHIPPER

    • B. 

      CARRIER

    • C. 

      DRIVER

    • D. 

      NO ONE PERSON IS RESPONSIBLE


  • 7. 
    WHAT LISTS DO DRIVERS, SHIPPERS, AND CARRIERS USE TO FIND OUT IF MATERIAL IS REGULATED?
    • A. 

      HAZARDOUS MATERIAL TABLE

    • B. 

      LIST OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & REPORTABLE QUANTATIES

    • C. 

      EPA DANGEROUS MATERIALS TABLE

    • D. 

      BOTH A & B ABOVE


  • 8. 
    HOW SHOULD A COMMON CARRIER TRANSPORT MATERIAL CLASSIFIED AS "FORBIDDEN" ON THE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL TABLE?
    • A. 

      TRANSPORT THE MATERIAL WITH AN ESCORT

    • B. 

      TRANSPORT THE MATERIAL BUT DON'T OPEN IT

    • C. 

      ONLY TRANSPORT IN QUANTATIES LESS THAN 1000 LBS

    • D. 

      NEVER TRANSPORT THE MATERIAL


  • 9. 
    WHAT PLACARDS DO YOU USE IN TRANSPORTING TWO LITERS OF "FLAMMABLE LIQUID" LABELED "POISON INHALATION HAZARD" ON THE SHIPPING PAPER?
    • A. 

      PLACARD AS POISON

    • B. 

      PLACARD AS POISON AND PROPER HAZARD CLASS PLACARD

    • C. 

      PLACARD AS POISON GAS

    • D. 

      ANY OF THE ABOVE


  • 10. 
    IF THERE IS AN "X" OR AN "RQ" IN THE HM COLUMN OF A SHIPPING PAPER ENTRY IT MEANS:
    • A. 

      THE MATERIAL IS HAZARDOUS

    • B. 

      THIS SHIPMENT IS REGULATED BY HAZARDOUS MATERIAL REGULATION

    • C. 

      THE CARRIER MUST REPORT A SPILL OF THIS MATERIAL

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 11. 
    WHAT IS THE CORRECT ORDER OF THE DESCRIPTION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL ON THE SHIPPING PAPER?
    • A. 

      ID NUMBER, HAZARD CLASS, PROPER SHIPPING NAME.

    • B. 

      SHIPPING NAME, HAZARD CLASS, ID NUMBER

    • C. 

      HAZARD CLASS, ID NUMBER, SHIPPING NAME

    • D. 

      ANY ORDER IS CORRECT AS LONG AS ALL THREE ARE THERE


  • 12. 
    A NON-HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MAY NOT BE DESCRIBED NY"
    • A. 

      ABBREVIATIONS

    • B. 

      USING A HAZARD CLASS OR ID NUMBER

    • C. 

      CODE WORDS

    • D. 

      SLANG WORDS OR EXPRESSIONS


  • 13. 
    WHAT IS THE ONLY EXCEPTION TO THE RULE THAT THE SHIPPER CERTIFIES THAT HE HAS PACKAGED THE MATERIAL ACCORDING TO THE REGULATIONS?
    • A. 

      THE SHIPPER IS A PRIVATE CARRIER CARRYING HIS OWN PRODUCT

    • B. 

      THE DRIVER' CARGO COMPARTMENT IS SEALED

    • C. 

      THE TRIP WILL NOT CROSS STATE LINES

    • D. 

      THE SHIPMENT IS HAZARDOUS WASTE


  • 14. 
    HOW CAN YOU FIND OUT IF A SHIPMENT INCLUDES HAZARDOUS MATERIAL?
    • A. 

      INSPECT EVERY PACKAGE

    • B. 

      CHECK THE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL TABLE

    • C. 

      CHECK THE LIST OF REPORTABLE QUANTATIES

    • D. 

      LOOK AT THE SHIPPING PAPERS


  • 15. 
    WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A UNIFORM HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST?
    • A. 

      IT INDICATES THAT YOU'RE CARRYING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL

    • B. 

      IT INDICATES THAT YOU CARE CARRYING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL

    • C. 

      IT IS EXACTLY THE SAME AS SHIPPING PAPER

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 16. 
    HOW MANY PLACARDS MUST A VEHICLE HAVE THAT IS CARRYING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL?
    • A. 

      1

    • B. 

      2

    • C. 

      3

    • D. 

      4


  • 17. 
    ACCORDING TO THE PLACARD TABLES, IF YOU'RE CARRYING 500 POUNDS OF EXPLOSIVES A AND B, THE CORRECT PLACARD IS:
    • A. 

      "DANGEROUS"

    • B. 

      "EXPLOSIVE" A

    • C. 

      "EXPLOSIVE" B

    • D. 

      "EXPLOSIVE" AND "DANGEROUS"


  • 18. 
    WHICH PLACARD SHOULD YOU USE IF YOU'RE CARRYING 600 LBS. OF ORGANIC PEROXIDE AND 500 LBS. OF OXIDIZER?
    • A. 

      "DANGEROUS"

    • B. 

      "OXIDIZER"

    • C. 

      "ORGANIC PEROXIDE"

    • D. 

      ANY OF THE ABOVE


  • 19. 
    WHEN LOADING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL, YOU MUST:
    • A. 

      DOUBLE WRAP WET BOXES IN PLASTIC

    • B. 

      NEVER SMOKE WITHIN 50 FEET OF EXPLOSIVES, OXIDIZERS, AND FLAMMABLE

    • C. 

      NEVER USE HOOKS

    • D. 

      KEEP BYSTANDERS 100 FEET AWAY


  • 20. 
    WHEN LOADING EXPLOSIVES, CHECK THE CARGO SPACE FOR:
    • A. 

      SHARP OBJECTS OR POINTS

    • B. 

      CARGO HEATERS THAT COULD BE TURNED ON

    • C. 

      FLOOR LINERS THAT ARE LOOSE

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 21. 
    YOU CAN'T TRANSPORT CLASS A EXPLOSIVES IN A COMBINATION VEHICLE IF IT INCLUDES:
    • A. 

      A VEHICLE CONTAINING FOOD

    • B. 

      A PLACARDED CARGO TANKER

    • C. 

      TWO OR MORE TRAILERS

    • D. 

      A LARGE WHEELBASE TRAILER


  • 22. 
    HOW SHOULD YOU LOAD CYLINDERS OR COMPRESS GAS?
    • A. 

      IN BOXES THAT WON'T ALLOW THEM TO TURN OVER

    • B. 

      IN RACKS ATTACHED TO THE VEHICLE

    • C. 

      HELP UPRIGHT OR BRACED LAYING DOWN FLAT

    • D. 

      ANY OF THE ABOVE


  • 23. 
    WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THE TRANSPORT INDEX ON THE LABELS OF RADIOACTIVE IT PACKAGES?
    • A. 

      IT INDICATES THE DEGREE OF CONTROL NEEDED DURING TRANSPORTATION

    • B. 

      IT IS USED BY D.O.T. INSPECTORS ONLY

    • C. 

      IT INDICATES WHAT KIND OF MIXED LOADS ARE SAFE

    • D. 

      IT INDICATES THE CORRECT PLACARD TO USE


  • 24. 
    THE TOTAL TRANSPORT INDEX OF ALL RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL IN A SINGLE VEHICLE MUST NOT EXCEED:
    • A. 

      THE NUMBER OF PACKAGES IN THE VEHICLE

    • B. 

      THE SMALLEST NUMBER ON THE RADIOACTIVE SEPERATION TABLE

    • C. 

      25

    • D. 

      50


  • 25. 
    ANIMAL AND HUMAN FOOD CANNOT BE LOADED IN A VEHICLE WITH:
    • A. 

      COMPRESSED GASES

    • B. 

      POISIONS

    • C. 

      EXPLOSIVES

    • D. 

      OXIDIZERS


  • 26. 
    WHAT MUST YOU DO BEFORE YOU MOVE A CARGO TANK OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL?
    • A. 

      DOUBLE CHECK THE AIR BRAKE SYSTEM

    • B. 

      CLOSE ALL MANHOLES AND VALVES

    • C. 

      CALL CHEMTREC AT (800) 424-9300

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 27. 
    WHICH HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MAY NOT BE PARKED WITHIN 5 FEET OF THE TRAVELED PART OF THE ROAD OR WITHIN 300 FEET OF A BRIDGE, FIRE, OR PLACE WHERE PEOPLE GATHER?
    • A. 

      CORROSIVES AND OXIDIZERS

    • B. 

      EXPLOSIVES A AND B

    • C. 

      ORM C,D, AND E

    • D. 

      ACIDS AND POISONS


  • 28. 
    PLACARDED VEHICLES CANNOT BE PARKED WITHIN HOW MANY FEET OF AN OPEN FIRE?
    • A. 

      100

    • B. 

      200

    • C. 

      300

    • D. 

      400


  • 29. 
    THE PERSON WATCHING A PLACARDED VEHICLE MUST:
    • A. 

      BE AWAKE AND IN THE VEHICLE OR WITHIN 100 FEET

    • B. 

      BE AWARE OF THE HAZARDS OF THE LOAD

    • C. 

      KNOW WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 30. 
    WHAT KIND OF ROADSIDE EMERGENCY WARNING DEVICES CAN YOU USE TO MARK A STOPPED VEHICLE CARRYING EXPLOSIVES?
    • A. 

      REFLECTIVE TRIANGLES

    • B. 

      FLARES

    • C. 

      TRAFFIC CONES

    • D. 

      ANY OF THE ABOVE


  • 31. 
    WHEN YOU EMERGENCY ROADSIDE PARK A VEHICLE CARRYING FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS OR GAS, YOU CAN MARK THE VEHICLE WITH:
    • A. 

      REFLECTIVE TRAINGLES

    • B. 

      TRAFFIC CONES

    • C. 

      FLARES

    • D. 

      ANY OF THE ABOVE


  • 32. 
    WHOSE JOB IS IT TO FIND OUT IF A PERMIT OR SPECIAL ROUTE IS NEEDED TO TRANSPORT A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL LOAD?
    • A. 

      CARRIER

    • B. 

      SHIPPER

    • C. 

      DRIVER

    • D. 

      IT IS EVERYONE'S JOB


  • 33. 
    WHEN TRANSPORTING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL, WHEN SHOULD YOU CHECK YOUR ROUTE ABOUT PERMITS OR RESTRICTIONS?
    • A. 

      AS THE NEED ARISES

    • B. 

      WITHIN 12 HOUR OF DEPARTURE

    • C. 

      BEFORE YOU START THE TRIP

    • D. 

      WHEN YOU SEE HIGHWAY SIGNS NOTING RESTRICTIONS


  • 34. 
    A PLACARDED VEHICLE CANNOT DRIVE NEAR AN OPEN FIRE UNLESS:
    • A. 

      TEH CARGO COMPARTMENT IS SEALED

    • B. 

      IT HAS A TABLE 2 PLACARD

    • C. 

      IT CAN PASS SAFELY WITHOUT STOPPING

    • D. 

      THE WIND IS BLOWING TOWARD THE ROAD


  • 35. 
    WHEN IS A WRITTEN ROUTE PLAN REQUIRED TO TRANSPORT HAZARDOUS MATERIAL?
    • A. 

      WHEN TRANSPORTING EXPLOSIVES A AND B

    • B. 

      WHEN TRANSPORTING ORGANIC FLAMMABLES

    • C. 

      ONLY WHEN THE CARRIER IS CLASS B

    • D. 

      NEVER


  • 36. 
    HOW CLOSE CAN YOU SMOKE TO A PLACARDED VEHICLE CARRYING EXPLOSIVES, OXIDIZERS OR FLAMMABLES?
    • A. 

      NOT WITHIN 15 FEET

    • B. 

      NOT WITHIN 25 FEET

    • C. 

      NOT WITHIN 100 FEET

    • D. 

      AS CLOSE AS YOU LIKE


  • 37. 
    WHEN REFUELING A PLACARDED VEHICLE WITH THE ENGINE OFF, SOMEONE MUST ALWAYS:
    • A. 

      STAND NEAR THE PUMP SHUT-OFF VALVE

    • B. 

      HAVE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER READY TO GO

    • C. 

      BE AT THE NOZZLE, CONTROLLING THE FUEL FLOW

    • D. 

      BE WATCHING FOR PERSONS SMOKING


  • 38. 
    WHAT FIRE EXTINGUISHERS RATING IS REQUIRED TO BE IN THE POWER UNTI OF A PLACARDED VEHICLE?
    • A. 

      UL RATING OF 5 B:C OR MORE

    • B. 

      UL RATING OF 10 B:C OR MORE

    • C. 

      UL RATING OF 15 B:C OR MORE

    • D. 

      UL RATING OF 100 B:C OR MORE


  • 39. 
    THE DRIVER OF A PLACARDED VEHICLE MUST STOP AND CHECK THE DUAL TIRES:
    • A. 

      TWICE A DAY

    • B. 

      ONCE A DAY OR EVERY 200 MILES

    • C. 

      EVERY 2 HOURS OR 100 MILES, WHICHEVER IS LESS

    • D. 

      USING A TIRE PRESSURE GAUGE OR TIRE IRON


  • 40. 
    IF PLACARDED VEHICLE GETS A LEAKING OR OVERHEATED TIRE WHILE ON THE ROAD, THE DRIVER MUST:
    • A. 

      REPORT TO THE CARRIER AT THE NEXT STOP

    • B. 

      CONTINUE THE TRIP AT REDUCED SPEED

    • C. 

      STOP WHEN SAFE AND FIX THE TIRE

    • D. 

      KEEP THE TIRE ON THE VEHICLE, BUT STOP DRIVING


  • 41. 
    DO YOU KEEP YOUR SHIPPING PAPERS WHEN YOU ARE DRIVING A PLACARDED VEHICLE?
    • A. 

      IN THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT

    • B. 

      IN CLEAR VIEW, WITHIN REACH

    • C. 

      INSIDE YOUR JACKET OR SHIRT

    • D. 

      UNDER THE SEAT


  • 42. 
    WHEN NOT BEHIND THE WHEEL IN A PLACARDED VEHICLE, THE SHIPPING PAPERS MUST BE ON THE DRIVERS SEAT OR:
    • A. 

      IN THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT

    • B. 

      IN THE DRIVERS DOOR POUCH

    • C. 

      WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES

    • D. 

      UNDER THE SEAT


  • 43. 
    WHAT DOCUMENT MUST A DRIVER OF A VEHICLE HAVE IN HIS POSSESSION WHEN TRANSPORTING CLASS A OR B EXPLOSIVES?
    • A. 

      A COPY OF EMCSR PART 397

    • B. 

      WRITTEN ROUTE PLAN AND EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS

    • C. 

      SHIPPING PAPERS

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 44. 
    A DRIVER TRANSPORTING CHLORINE IN CARGO TANKS MUST CARRY WHAT SPECIAL EQUIPMENT?
    • A. 

      DOME COVER PLATE FITTING

    • B. 

      A GAS MASK AND EMERGENCY KIT FOR LEAK CONTROL

    • C. 

      KIT FOR DETERMINING CHLORINE LEVELS

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 45. 
    WHAT AMOUNT OF CHLORINE THAT IS BEING TRANSPORTED REQUIRES THE DRIVER TO STOP BEFORE RAILROAD CROSSING?
    • A. 

      ANY AMOUNT REQUIRING A TABLE 2 PLACARD

    • B. 

      ANY AMOUNT

    • C. 

      ANY AMOUNT WHEN COMBINED WITH EXPLOSIVES A

    • D. 

      1000 LBS OR MORE


  • 46. 
    WHEN REQUIRED TO STOP AT A RAILROAD CROSSING, HOW CLOSE MUST YOU STOP TO THE NEAREST RAIL?
    • A. 

      ONE VEHICLE LENGTH FROM THE NEAREST RAIL

    • B. 

      15 TO 50 FEET BEFORE THE NEAREST RAIL

    • C. 

      NOT CLOSER THAN 50 FEET

    • D. 

      ANY DISTANCE IF YOU MAKE A COMPLETE STOP


  • 47. 
    IN A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL EMERGENCY, THE DRIVER SHOULD:
    • A. 

      NOT SMOKE

    • B. 

      WARN OTHERS TO KEEP PEOPLE AWAY

    • C. 

      AVOID CONTACT OR INHALING

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 48. 
    WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IS LEAKING FROM YOUR VEHICLE?
    • A. 

      REPACK THE MATERIAL IN PLASTIC BAGS

    • B. 

      KEEP YOUR VEHICLE IN ONE PLACE ON THE ROAD

    • C. 

      DRIVE UPWIND FROM ANY FUMES

    • D. 

      CALL YOUR DISPATCHER, AND EMERGENCY PERSONNEL, IF NEEDED


  • 49. 
    IF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IS SPILLING FROM YOUR VEHICLE, YOU SHOULD:
    • A. 

      MOVE 500 FEET OR LESS

    • B. 

      DRIVE UPWIND FROM SPILL

    • C. 

      NOT MOVE ANYMORE THAN SAFETY REQUIRES

    • D. 

      STAY PUT, ON THE ROADWAY


  • 50. 
    WHEN CAN YOU PULL APART VEHICLES THAT HAVE CRASHED, WHEN ONE VEHICLE IS CARRYING EXPLOSIVES?
    • A. 

      AFTER THE EXPLOSIVES HAVE BEEN MOVED AT LEAST 200 FEET FROM THE CRASH

    • B. 

      AFTER THE CRASH IS 30 MINUTES OLD

    • C. 

      AFTER THE POLICE HAVE ARRIVED

    • D. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE


  • 51. 
    WHEN THERE IS A SPILL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL YOU OR YOUR EMPLOYER MAY HAVE TO CALL:
    • A. 

      NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER

    • B. 

      CHEMTREC

    • C. 

      EITHER ONE

    • D. 

      BOTH


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