A vehicle placarded for hazardous materials is required to have placards on how many sides of the vehicle?
A hazard class name or ID number must NOT be used to describe a:
The intention of the hazardous materials regulations is to ensure safe drivers and equipment, to communicate the risk, and:
If an “X” or an “RQ” is written or typed into the HM column of a shipping paper entry, the:
Who do the regulations say is responsible for packaging, labeling, and preparing the hazardous material shipping papers for shipment?
A power unit of a placarded vehicle is required to have a fire extinguisher with a UL rating of _____ B:C, or more.
You may not park a vehicle carrying hazardous materials within how many feet of an open fire?
If hazardous material is leaking from your vehicle, you must not move your vehicle:
The transport index of a radioactive material tells you:
A “W” in the first column of the Hazardous Materials Table indicates:
You may not smoke around any vehicle being loaded or unloaded with:
If a vehicle carrying explosives crashes with another object, you must not separate the vehicle from the object until:
Before loading or unloading any explosive, you must check the cargo space for:
Which emergency equipment may be used to warn of a stopped vehicle that contains explosives?
The description of a hazardous material must include the hazard class, the identification number and a proper shipping name. Which is required to be listed first on the shipping papers?
When you’re transporting chlorine in cargo tanks, you must have:
Carriers are required to give each driver who transports Division 1.1 or 1.2 materials:
When you’re handling packages of explosives, you must:
If the word “Forbidden” is shown in the hazard class column of an entry in the Hazardous Materials Table:
What is the largest allowable total transport index of all packages in a single vehicle allowed to be?
You’re hauling 2,000 pounds of a corrosive. You may park within _____ feet of the road if your work requires it, and it’s for a short period of time.
If you’re hauling hazardous materials and you discover one of your tires is leaking air, you must:
You should stop before crossing a railroad grade if your vehicle is carrying how many gallons of chlorine?
Animal and human foodstuffs must not be loaded in the same vehicle with:
When fueling a placarded vehicle, someone must always be:
Who do the regulations say is responsible for checking that the shipper correctly named, labeled, and marked a hazardous material shipment?
While transporting hazardous materials, you stop to eat lunch at a truck stop. When you’re in the truck stop, the shipping papers must be placed on the driver’s seat or:
During an en-route inspection, you discover an overheated tire. If you’re hauling hazardous materials, you must:
When hauling hazardous materials, you must check your tires:
During a hazardous materials emergency, you must use every available means to:
If you’re transporting Division 1.1 or 1.2 Explosives, you must not:
There are three lists that drivers, shippers, and carriers use to find out if a material is a regulated product. Which of the following is one of them?
Containment rules specify;
You have loaded a hazardous material into a cargo tank. What must you do before you move the vehicle?
To find out if a shipment includes hazardous materials, you should;
When must you come to a complete stop at railroad crossings?
If a shipment contains both hazardous and non-hazardous materials, the shipping paper must;
HazMat shipping papers must include a description of the hazardous materials and;
For the hazard classes in HazMat Placard Table 2, you must use placards only if you are transporting a total of;
The hazard warning label on hazardous materials packages are;