Presentation on theme: "Objectives Define terms associated with HAZMAT/CBRNE incidents pertaining to awareness level personnel/responders. Identify the nine United Nations (UN)/Department."— Presentation transcript:
0 Standardized Awareness Authorized Training, Train-the-Trainer Identification of Hazardous Materials and the ERG
1 ObjectivesDefine terms associated with HAZMAT/CBRNE incidents pertaining to awareness level personnel/responders.Identify the nine United Nations (UN)/Department of Transportation (DOT) hazard classes for hazardous materials.Identify seven basic clues for recognizing a HAZMAT incident.Identify the initial protective actions that may be taken.
2 Objectives (continued) Identify the hazardous materials recognition methods for container shapes, markings and colors, and labels and placards.Identify the shipping papers, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), and facility documents recognition method for hazardous materials.Discuss instructional strategies for facilitating the “Identification of Hazardous Materials and the ERG” module.
3 Definitions Awareness Level Personnel/Responder HAZWOPER, 29 C.F.R. § (q)(6)(i)—First responders at the awareness level are individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release and who have been trained to initiate an emergency response sequence by notifying the proper authorities of the release. They would take no further action beyond notifying the authorities of the release (2010).
4 Definitions (continued) Awareness Level Personnel/ResponderNFPA —Personnel who, in the course of their normal duties, could encounter an emergency involving hazardous materials/WMD and who are expected to recognize the presence of hazardous materials/WMD, protect themselves, call for trained personnel, and secure the scene (National Fire Protection Association [NFPA], 2007; 2008 edition).PG. 2-8 INSTRUCTORS GUIDE; NFPA is not a regulatory agency. (Test question)
5 Courtesy of FEMA/Robert Kaufmann Hazardous MaterialFive phases of hazardous material life cycleProductionTransportationStorageUseDisposalCourtesy of FEMA/Robert KaufmannPG INSTRUCTORS GUIDE; Hazardous materials- DOT defines as any substance in any form or quantity that poses an unreasonable risk to safety, health and property when transported. (test question)
6 Courtesy of Emergency Film Group UN/DOT Hazard ClassesPlay VideoCourtesy of Emergency Film GroupPG INSTRUCTORS GUIDE; Hazardous materials are classified using the United Nations numbering system (UN)
7 UN/DOT Hazard Classes (continued) Class 1—ExplosivesDivision 1.1—Mass explosion hazardDivision 1.2—Projection hazardDivision 1.3—Fire hazardCourtesy of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)
8 UN/DOT Hazard Classes (continued) Class 1—Explosives (continued)Division 1.4—No significant blast hazardDivision 1.5—Very insensitive explosivesDivision 1.6—Extremely insensitive articlesCourtesy of DOT
9 UN/DOT Hazard Classes (continued) Class 2—GasesDivision 2.1— Flammable gasesDivision 2.2— Nonflammable, nontoxic gasesDivision 2.3—Toxic gasesCourtesy of DOT
10 UN/DOT Hazard Classes (continued) Class 3—Flammable liquids and combustible liquidsCourtesy of DOT
12 UN/DOT Hazard Classes (continued) Class 5—Oxidizing substances and organic peroxidesDivision 5.1—Oxidizing substancesDivision 5.2—Organic peroxidesCourtesy of DOT
13 UN/DOT Hazard Classes (continued) Class 6—Toxic (Poisonous) and Infectious substancesDivision 6.1—Toxic substancesDivision 6.2—Infectious substancesCourtesy of DOT
14 UN/DOT Hazard Classes (continued) Class 7— Radioactive materialsClass 8—Corrosive substancesClass 9—Miscellaneous hazardousCourtesy of DOT
15 Other Hazard Designations DangerousORM-D MaterialForbiddenMarine PollutantElevated-Temperature MaterialCourtesy of DOT
16 Recognizing a HAZMAT Incident Seven basic clues for a HAZMAT incidentPotential SourcesContainer ShapesMarkings and ColorsLabels and PlacardsCourtesy of FEMA/Patsy Lynch
17 Recognizing a HAZMAT Incident (continued) Seven basic clues for a HAZMAT incident (continued)Shipping Papers and Facility DocumentsMonitoring and Detection EquipmentSenses
18 ERG Five color-coded sections White Yellow Blue Orange Green Courtesy of DOT
19 Response Actions Step 1—Identify the material 4-Digit UN ID number Name of the materialStep 2—Identify the 3-Digit Guide NumberStep 3—Locate within orange pagesNote: If green, go to green pages, the material is an inhalation hazard. Approach scene from upwind, uphill and upstream.
20 Protective Actions Assess the situation Isolate and deny entry EvacuateShelter in place
21 Personal Protective Equipment Street clothing and/or work uniformStructural Firefighting Protective Clothing (SFPC)Positive-pressure Self- Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)Chemical protective clothing and equipmentCourtesy of FEMA/Anjanette Stayten
22 Nonbulk Packaging Video Play VideoCourtesy of Emergency Film Group
23 Container Shapes Video Play VideoCourtesy of Emergency Film Group
24 Fixed Facilities Video Play VideoCourtesy of Emergency Film Group
25 Markings and Color Identification Transportation Markings4-Digit UN Identification NumberMarine Pollutant markElevated Temperature (HOT) markInhalation Hazard markCourtesy of DOT
26 Markings and Color Identification (continued) NFPA 704Identifies potential riskOverall hazardCourtesy of CDP
27 Markings and Color Identification (continued) Military markingsRedYellowWhiteApply No WaterWear Protective Breathing ApparatusDelete symbols need replacements
28 Markings and Color Identification (continued) Special hazard communication markingsHazardous Material Identification Guide (HMIG)Hazardous Material Identification System (HMIS)Used as compliance tool in workplace
29 Markings and Color Identification (continued) Pipeline markingsPipeline Rights of Way (ROW)ContentsOperator’s nameEmergency telephone number“Danger” or “Warning”8-1-1 state One-Call CenterCourtesy of DOT
30 Markings and Color Identification (continued) Reporting mark and tank numberSpecification markingDOT Exemption markingAAR-600 markingsCountry, Size and Type markings
31 Labels and Placards Labels Approximately 4-inch diamonds Positioned near the content namesTags may be attached to the packageBased on hazard class of materialCourtesy of CDP
32 Labels and Placards (continued) Approximately 10-inch diamondsAppear on all sides of containersPlacarding is determinedLabelsSizeQuantity of hazardous materialCourtesy of EPA
33 Shipping Papers Mode of Transportation Shipping papers Location/ Responsible PersonHighwayBill of lading or freight billCab of the truck/DriverRailConsist or waybillEngine/ConductorWaterDangerous cargo manifestWheelhouse or special container on barge/Captain or masterAirAir bill with shipper’s declaration of dangerous goodsCockpit/PilotCourtesy of Noll, Hildebrand, & Yvorra
35 Material Safety Data Sheet Provides detailed information about hazardous materialPrepared by manufacturerANSI (Z400.1) 16-section formatLocated with shipping papers
36 Facility Documents HAZMAT inventory forms Shipping and receiving forms Risk management and supporting documentationMSDSTier II reporting forms
37 Questions for Presentation Preparation How will you explain the importance of learning this module to your participants?What do participants need to learn from this module content?What additional resources can be used to reinforce learning the content in this module? How will you involve the audience in learning this material?What safety concerns need to be reinforced in this module?
38 ConclusionWhat terms are associated with HAZMAT/CBRNE incidents pertaining to awareness level personnel/responders?What are the nine DOT hazard classes for hazardous materials?What are seven clues for recognizing a HAZMAT incident?What are the initial protective actions that may be taken?
39 Conclusion (continued) What are the hazardous materials recognition methods for container shapes, markings and colors, and labels and placards?How would you use the shipping papers, MSDS, and the facility documents recognition method for hazardous materials?What are some potential instructional strategies you could use for facilitating the “Identification of Hazardous Materials and the ERG” module?
40 Standardized Awareness Authorized Training, Train-the-Trainer Identification of Hazardous Materials and the ERG—End of Module