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Training Package: Hydrochloric Acid Release
Module 0: Introduction Course goal National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center: –Purpose –RIST Conducting training: –All information stems from actual event Administrative information 1
Module 1: The Incident Initial dispatch information: –Location –Hazmats present –Unique response considerations 2
Module 1: The Incident Initial incident size up: –New information –Response considerations –Hazmats present –Preparations –Conditions –Additional scene information 3
Module 2: Incident Response 4 © National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center
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Module 2: Incident Response © National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center 6
Module 2: Incident Response 7 © National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center MC 312 Corrosive Liquid Tank
Module 2: Incident Response © National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center 8
Module 2: Incident Response © National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center 9
Module 2: Incident Response Hazardous material behavior: –Material –Container –Initial response objectives –Other significant issues 10
Module 2: Incident Response Incident response: –Strategies & tactics –Issues or injuries –Environment –Equipment –Risks versus benefits –Response issues 11
Module 3: Lessons Learned Lessons learned Smart practices Hazardous material information: –Hydrochloric acid 12
Module 3: Lessons Learned 13 Physical and Chemical Properties of Hydrochloric Acid 36% solution AppearanceColorless to slight yellow liquid Physical StateLiquid Molecular Weight36.46 Chemical FormulaHCl OdorPungent, Irritating Odor Specific Gravity 1.18 Solubility in WaterSoluble (100%) pH<1
Module 3: Lessons Learned 14 Physical and Chemical Properties of Hydrochloric Acid 36% solution Boiling Point / Range140–221˚F (60–105˚C) Melting Point-30˚C Vapor Pressure 80 mmHg at 68˚F (20˚C) Vapor Density(Air = 1.0)1.3 Evaporation Rate< 1.00 (N-butyl acetate) Volatility9–36% by volume Ionization Potential12.74 eV Flash PointNot Flammable
Module 3: Lessons Learned 15 Staffing Establishment of EOC Relationships and training Creative use of available resources
Module 4: Moving Forward / Planning Ahead Planning activity: –Surveying the incident –Container ID / marking –Monitoring equipment –Response objectives –Incident command 16
Module 4: Moving Forward / Planning Ahead Planning activity: –Communication –PPE –Decontamination –Policies & procedures –Mutual aid 17
Module 4: Moving Forward / Planning Ahead Planning activity: –Training –Resources –Smart practices 18
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