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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (HAZMAT) TEST (2014)

NAME ___Sylvain, Welde_____________________ DATE __1/2/2014_______

Instructions: Circle the most appropriate answer to each question.

1. According to the Hazard Communication Standard, employees have a right to know about any health and safety hazards linked to chemicals in the workplace: A. True B. False 2. Biohazard is any material that can enter and infect the body: A. True B. False 3. Biohazards may be internal or external hazards that enter the body by absorption, inhalation, or ingestion: A. True B. False 4. Biohazard materials are identified by a label that is either fluorescent orange or orange - red in color? A. True B. False 5. The risk associated with biohazards are varied and many. They extend from rashes to death? A. True B. False 6. One of the dangers associated with hazardous materials is poisoning. Poison may cause burns, frostbite, or sores when in contact with skin tissue? A. True B. False 7. The two types of confines spaces are Non-Permit required and Permit required? A. True B. False 8. A permit required confine space has one or more of the following characteristics: A. Contains or has a potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere. B. Contains a material that has the potential for completely surrounding them. C. Has and configuration that could easily trap, wedge, or asphyxiated. D. All the above

9. Security officers are not allowed nor should they attempt to enter a permit-required confined space? A. True B. False 10. The three dangers associated with hazardous material (poisoning, burning, and chemical) are considered external hazards. A. True B. False 11. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) system employs a diamond-shape sign divided into four colored backgrounds with a numerical rating with 0 being the least severe and 4 being most severe. A. B. C. D. white, red, blue, yellow green, brown, yellow, blue orange, red, green, blue None of the above

12. First responders should be trained and have knowledge in the following: A. Recognize and identify hazards. B. Know how infectious materials can enter to body. C. Know how to respond to hazards. D. Understand the hazards of permit-required confined spaces. E. All the above 1. There are ten (10) hazard classes assigned by the United Nations? A. True B. False 14. Hazardous materials pose a danger to: A. B. C. D. The environment Workers The general public All of the above

15. The United Nations identification number across the warning sign is made up of : A. Two digits B. Four Digits C. Six digits D. Eight Digits