When it comes to hazardous material it is important to ensure that during its transportation it does not spill or get lost in transit for the sake of the environment. With the CDL exam coming up it is important to ensure that you remember all you were trained for. Take this test designed to help you pass the exam. All the best!
Subject to HMR only when transported by water, unless expected.
Appropriate for describing materials for international transportation.
Appropriate for describing materials for domestic transportation.
Inspects any truck or bus involved in a hazardous material accident.
Helps coordinate the emergency response to chemical hazards.
Checks that the shipper has properly labeled all hazardous materials.
Subject to HazMat rules only when transported by air, unless excepted.
Extremely harmful to marine life.
Only a reportable quantity of 100 or more pounds are spilled.
Heater fuel tanks are completely full.
Engine is idling.
Cargo heaters have been disabled.
Class 8 (Corrosives)
Division 6.1 (Poisons)
Class 5 (Oxidizers)
"Poison" only if no other cargo requires it.
"Poison" as well as the hazard class placards.
"Poison" and remove all other placards.
"Explosive 1.1" placards.
"Explosive" and "Dangerous" placards.
Explosives 1.1 and 1.2.
Acids and poisons.
ORM-C, D, and E.
Is another way of stating the package's weight.
Tells the degree of control needed during transportation.
Lets the ERT ignore the ID number on the placard.
Material is in a package which contains no other materials.
Carrier must report a spill of this material.
Weight column may be blank.
Loaded upright or braced laying down flat.
Bundled loosely together with steel strapping.
Labeled "Non-Flammable Gas"
Both the cab and cargo areas are locked and the brakes are set.
To use proper fuses or flares to mark the stopped vehicle.
It is watched by a qualified person who will comply with all requirements.
Substitute "Dangerous" placards for amounts more than 1001 pounds.
Display "poison" placards in addition to any other needed placards.
Not carry more than 200 lbs. of that substance.
Leave the vehicle and go for help.
Immediately open and inspect the cargo.
Not allow smoking or fire near the vehicle.
2 hours or 80 miles.
2 hours or 100 miles.
3 hours or 150 miles.
If the amount is a reportable quantity.
At all times.
If it exceeds 10 lbs.
Use cargo hooks that are non-ferrous.
Place damaged packages on top of the stack.
Never use any cargo hooks or metal tools, or throw the cargo on.
When it is an emergency situation.
If it is an off-peak traffic period.
Never transfer a flammable liquid from one tanker to another.
The carrier may not open the package or container.
A common carrier must never transport the material.
A shipment of that material must never be larger than the RQ.
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