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Dot hazMat Training - IMDG

  1. 1. DOT - Non-Bulk Packages NEXT EXIT
  2. 2. Course ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:• Describe the requirements for preparing a non-bulk hazardous material package for shipment.• Describe the requirements for identification, markings and labeling of non- bulk hazardous material containers. BACK BACK NEXT EXIT
  3. 3. IntroductionRegulations require that you follow specific procedures when preparinghazardous materials and hazardous waste for non-bulk shipment.This training program covers the job-specific requirements for those whoprepare non-bulk packages for shipment, including: • Identifying and classifying hazardous materials • Proper packaging procedures • Markings and labelsThe goal of this program is to teach employees to be aware of the properprocedures for non-bulk shipments and to respect the potential hazards ofthe material they work with to ensure safe transportation. BACK NEXT EXIT
  4. 4. Identify and Classify Material
  5. 5. Identify and Classify MaterialWhat is non-bulk packaging? • A maximum capacity of 450 L (119 gallons) or less as a receptacle for liquid. • A maximum net mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) or less and a maximum capacity of 450 L (119gallons) or less as a receptacle for a solid; or • A water capacity of 454 kg (1,000 pounds) or less as a receptacle for a gas.Proper identification and classification of a hazardous material is importantbecause it will determine how the material is packaged, labeled, and markedfor shipping. BACK NEXT EXIT
  6. 6. Identify and Classify MaterialMaterials can be identified by their makeup, form, composition andhazardous characteristics. For example, is it a ... LIQUID GAS SOLID Is it flammable? Is it toxic or corrosive?You can find most of this information and the properties in its MaterialSafety Data Sheet. BACK NEXT EXIT
  7. 7. Identify and Classify MaterialThe Hazardous Materials Table in Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations,section §172.101, contains much of the information you need to classifyhazardous materials.Materials must be classified by: • Proper shipping name • Hazard class or division • Identification number • Packing group BACK NEXT EXIT
  8. 8. Identify and Classify MaterialProper shipping names are found in column 2 of the Hazardous MaterialsTable. §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. They are always printed in Roman typeface. Table entries in italics are NOT part of the the proper shipping name. BACK NEXT EXIT
  9. 9. Identify and Classify MaterialHow do you identify materials not listed in the Hazardous Materials table?You must compare the characteristics and the hazards of the material toDOT’s hazard class criteria beginning at 49 CFR §173.50.Let’s look at the order of choosing the proper shipping name. BACK NEXT EXIT
  10. 10. Identify and Classify Material1. Names specific to the product: Always look for the specific product name first, such as “Gasoline”. Continue BACK BACK NEXT EXIT
  11. 11. Identify and Classify Material1. Names specific to the product: Always look for the specific product name first, such as “Gasoline”.2. Family Product Name: If the specific product name is not listed, use the family product name, and the the letters “n.o.s.” for “not otherwise specified”, such as “Alcohols, n.o.s.” Continue BACK BACK NEXT EXIT
  12. 12. Identify and Classify Material1. Names specific to the product: Always look for the specific product name first, such as “Gasoline”.2. Family Product Name: If the specific product name is not listed, use the family product name, and the the letters “n.o.s.” for “not otherwise specified”, such as “Alcohols, n.o.s.”3. Generic Use Name: Finally, the hazard class may be used as the proper shipping name, with the letters “n.o.s.” after it, such as “Flammable liquids, n.o.s.” BACK NEXT EXIT
  13. 13. Identify and Classify MaterialThe hazard class number is printed on the shipping papers after the propershipping name. The hazard class or division number of a material is foundcolumn 3 of the Hazardous Material Table. BILL OF LADING No. Shipping Units HM Description of Articles, Special Marks and Exceptions Freight Weight Gasoline, 3, §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A.If the word “FORBIDDEN” is listed, the material may NOT be offered fortransportation. BACK NEXT EXIT
  14. 14. Identify and Classify MaterialA hazard class means the category of hazard assigned to the hazardousmaterials under DOT’s criteria. There are nine main hazard classes. Someare further separated into divisions. 49 CFR ref- Class Division No. Name of class or division erence for No. (if any) definitions None ........................Forbidden materials ............................................................................................ 173.21 None ........................Forbidden explosives .......................................................................................... 173.54 1 1.1 Explosives (with a mass explosion hazard)...................................................... 173.50 1 1.2 Explosives (with a mass projection hazard)...................................................... 173.50 1 1.3 Explosives (with predominately a fire hazard) ................................................. 173.50 1 1.4 Explosives (with no significant blast hazard).................................................... 173.50 1 1.5 Very insensitive explosives; blasting agents.................................................... 173.50 1 1.6 Extremely insensitive detonating substances .................................................. 173.50 2 2.1 Flammable gas.....................................................................................................173.115 2 2.2 Non-flammable compressed gas....................................................................... 173.115 2 2.3 Poisonous gas ......................................................................................................173.115 3 ........................ Flammable and combustible liquid .................................................................... 173.120 4 4.1 Flammable solid ...................................................................................................173.124 4 4.2 Spontaneously combustible material ................................................................ 173.124 4 4.3 Dangerous when wet material............................................................................ 173.124 5 5.1 Oxidizer ................................................................................................................. 73.127 1 5 5.2 Organic peroxide ..................................................................................................173.128 6 6.1 Poisonous materials............................................................................................. 173.132 6 6.2 Infectious substance (Etiologic agent) .............................................................. 173.134 7 ........................ Radioactive material ............................................................................................ 173.403 8 ........................ Corrosive material ................................................................................................173.136 9 ........................ Miscellaneous hazardous material .................................................................... 173.140 None ........................ Other regulated material: ORM-D ..................................................................... 173.144 BACK NEXT EXIT
  15. 15. Identify and Classify MaterialThe identification number begins with “UN” or “NA” as listed in column 4 of the HazardousMaterials Table. • UN identification numbers may be used for domestic and international shipment . • NA identification numbers may only be used for shipments within the United States.Identification numbers help emergency response personnel identify the material if ahazardous materials incident occurs. BILL OF LADING No. Shipping Units HM Description of Articles, Special Marks and Exceptions Freight Weight Gasoline, 3, UN 1203, §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow- Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special age bols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. BACK NEXT EXIT
  16. 16. Identify and Classify MaterialMost hazardous materials are classified into one of three packing groups according totheir degree of danger. The packing group alerts emergency response personnel tothe degree of hazard associated with the material involved. • Packing Group I means great danger. • Packing Group II is for medium danger. • Packing Group III represents minor danger. BILL OF LADING No. Shipping Units HM Description of Articles, Special Marks and Exceptions Freight Weight Gasoline, 3, UN 1203, PG II §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. BACK NEXT EXIT
  17. 17. Identify and Classify Material Table 1 - Hazardous Substances Other Than RadionuclidesOnce you have identified andclassified the material, check Reportable quantity (RQ) Hazardous SubstancesAppendix A (Hazardous pounds (kilo- grams)Substances) located after the Acenaphthene ......................................................................................................100 (45.5) Acenaphthylene .................................................................................................... 5000 (2270)Hazardous Materials Table to Acetaldehyde* ........................................................................................................ 1000 (454)find out if the amount of Acetaldehyde, chloro-..........................................................................................1000 (454) Acetaldehyde, trichloro-....................................................................................... 5000 (2270)material, per package, you Acetamide, N-(aminothioxomethyl)-................................................................... 1000 (454) Acetamide, N-(4-ethoxphenyl)-........................................................................... 100 (45.5) .are shipping is also Acetamide, N-fluoren-2-yl-.................................................................................. 1 (0.454) Acedic acid*............................................................................................................ (2270) 5000regulated by the EPA as a Acedic acid (2,4-dicholorophenoxl)-................................................................... 100 (45.5) .hazardous substance. Acedic acid, ethyl ester........................................................................................ Acedic acid, fluoro-,sodium salt ......................................................................... 10 (4.54) 5000 (2270) Acedic acid, lead (2+) salt .................................................................................. 5000 (2270) Acedic acid, thallium (I+) salt ............................................................................. 100 (45.5) Acedic acid, (2,4,5-trichlorophenoxy)................................................................ 1000 (454)If it is, check if the quantity (per package) meets or exceeds the reportablequantity, or “RQ,” listed in the last column of the Hazardous SubstancesAppendix. BACK NEXT EXIT
  18. 18. Review Question- 1 What is the identification number for gasoline NA 1203 202 UN 1203 B101 §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. BACK NEXT EXIT
  19. 19. Review Question- 1 Identification numbers are listed in column 4 of the Hazardous Materials Table and the identification number for gasoline is UN 1203. §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. Continue BACK NEXT EXIT
  20. 20. Review Question- 2 Is Gasoline, casinghead a proper shipping name YES NO §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. BACK NEXT EXIT
  21. 21. Review Question- 2 Gasoline, casinghead is listed in italics and words in italics are not proper shipping names. §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. Continue BACK NEXT EXIT
  22. 22. Proper Packaging
  23. 23. Proper PackagingSelecting the appropriate packaging is just as important as properlyidentifying and classifying a material.Each material has to be packaged according to its packing group.Column 8B of the Hazardous Materials Table refers to specific sections ofPart 173 for packaging authorizations for each material. §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, IB2, T4, TP1 Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. BACK NEXT EXIT
  24. 24. Proper Packaging §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, B101, TB Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A.For example, column 8B for Gasoline lists the number 202.So information on correct non-bulk packaging for gasoline can be found in§173.202 of Code of Federal Regulations.If more than one packing group is shown, see 49 CFR 173, Subpart D, forassignment criteria. BACK NEXT EXIT
  25. 25. Proper PackagingEvery package designed to transport hazardous material must be marked bythe manufacturer to show compliance with DOT package regulations.The UN means the package is manufactured and THIS SIDE UPtested according to international transportation Acetonestandards. UN 1090 U 4G X 4/S/99 N USA/+AB0001/APSS YZW Chemical Company 909 Hazard Lane Anytown, MY 98970The top line indicates the type of container, construction material, packinggroup, maximum gross, solids or inner packaging, and the year it wasmanufactured.The bottom line indicates the country authorizing mark, DOT authorized labtested, and the testing house registration number. BACK NEXT EXIT
  26. 26. Review Question- 3Column 8B of the Hazardous Materials Table refers to specific sections ofPart 173 for packaging authorizations for each material. TRUE FALSE BACK NEXT EXIT
  27. 27. Review Question- 3Column 8B of the Hazardous Materials Table refers to specific sections ofPart 173 for packaging authorizations for each material.(Correct Answer is) TRUE – packaging requirements are found in Part 173 FALSE Continue BACK NEXT EXIT
  28. 28. Review Question- 4Every package designed to transport hazardous material must be markedby the manufacturer to show compliance with DOT package regulations. TRUE FALSE BACK NEXT EXIT
  29. 29. Review Question- 4Every package designed to transport hazardous material must be markedby the manufacturer to show compliance with DOT package regulations.(Correct Answer is) TRUE – manufacturer’s marks show what specifications are met by specific packages. FALSE Continue BACK NEXT EXIT
  30. 30. Review Question- 4Every package designed to transport hazardous material must be markedby the manufacturer to show compliance with DOT package regulations.(Correct Answer is) TRUE – manufacturer’s marks show what specifications are met by specific packages. FALSE Continue BACK NEXT EXIT
  31. 31. Markings and Labels
  32. 32. Markings and LabelsMarking means applying information to the outside of the package orcontainer. Click on the box to see more information BACK NEXT EXIT
  33. 33. Markings and LabelsMarkings use words to communicate their message. Click on the box to see more information THIS SIDE UP BACK NEXT EXIT
  34. 34. Markings and LabelsMarkings use symbols to communicate their message. Click on the box to see more information THIS SIDE UP BACK NEXT EXIT
  35. 35. Markings and LabelsMarkings use numbers to communicate their message. Click on the box to see more information THIS SIDE UP Acetone UN 1090 BACK NEXT EXIT
  36. 36. Markings and LabelsMarkings on non-bulk packages must include the proper shipping name forthe material and its four-digit identification number. Click on the box to see more information THIS SIDE UP Acetone UN 1090 BACK NEXT EXIT
  37. 37. Markings and LabelsThe markings must include the name and address of the receiver. THIS SIDE UP Acetone UN 1090 YZW Chemical Company 909 Hazard Lane Anytown, MY 98970 BACK NEXT EXIT
  38. 38. Markings and LabelsDepending on what is inside thepackage, other information may be This Side Upincluded such as:Package Orientation Markingssuch as “This Side Up” andarrows used to indicate theupright position on a packagecontaining liquids.ORM-D in a rectangle one quarterof an inch wider than the letter forother regulated materials. CONSUMER COMMODITYPackaging specifications to ORM-Dindicate compliance with DOTpackaging regulations. BACK NEXT EXIT
  39. 39. Markings and LabelsThe letters “RQ” are needed bythe shipping name if the materialis also regulated by theEnvironmental Protection Agency(EPA) and the quantity in the RQ Corrosive liquid, N.O.S.package surpasses the reportable (Caprylyl chloride)quantity (RQ) listed in theAppendix after the HazardousMaterials Table.If the technical name of thematerial is not the same as theproper shipping name, then thetechnical name must be listed inparentheses after the propershipping name. BACK NEXT EXIT
  40. 40. Markings and LabelsAll markings must be durable and printed in English.Markings must be displayed on a background of contrasting color and mustnot be covered up.Markings must also be placed away from any other marking -- such asadvertising -- that might reduce its effectiveness. RQ Corrosive liquid, N.O.S. (Caprylyl chloride) BACK NEXT EXIT
  41. 41. Markings and LabelsHazard Class Labels are very similar to placards in design and shape. Theyare attached to the outside of the package to warn you of the contents inside.Hazard warning labels are required on most non-bulk packages and somebulk containers. They identify the primary and secondary hazards of thematerial and may give handling information.Column 6 of the Hazardous Materials Table lists what labels are required onhazardous material packages. §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, IB2, T4, TP1 Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. BACK NEXT EXIT
  42. 42. Markings and LabelsLabels must be placed on Decaboranethe package near the propershipping name marking. UN 1868If a package is being preparedfor shipment by aircraft, checkthe quantity limitations, listedin column 9 of the HazardousMaterials Table. §172.101 Hazardous Material Table-Continued (8) (9) (10) Packing (§173.***) Quantity limitations Vessel stow-Sym- Hazardous materials descriptions and Hazard Identi- PG Label Special agebols proper shipping names class or Di- fication Codes provisions Excep- Non- Bulk Passenger Cargo air- Loca- Other vision Num- tions bulk aircraft/rail craft only tion bers(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8A) (8B) (8C) (9A) (9B) (10A) (10B) D Gashol gasoline mixed with ethyl alco- 3 NA1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E hol, with not more than 20 percent al- cohol Gasoline................................................ 3 UN1203 II 3......... 150..... 202... 242... 5L 60L E B33, IB2, T4, TP1 Gasoline, casinghead, see, Gasoline... ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. Gelantine, blasting, see Explosive, ........... ........... ......... ......... ................. ................. blast-ing, type A. BACK NEXT EXIT
  43. 43. Markings and LabelsThe information communicated by shipping papers, placards, markings, andlabels is used by the many people who come in contact with the shipment.This information communicates:• Whether the material must be segregated during transportation or storage,• The route the vehicle may take,• Procedures emergency response personnel need to follow,• The safety and health risks for anyone who comes in contact with it, and more. Basically, it tells you what the contents are and their potential hazards. BACK NEXT EXIT
  44. 44. Review Question- 5If the technical name of the material is not the same as the proper shippingname, what must be done Only the technical name is used Only the proper shipping name is used The proper shipping name must be listed in parentheses after the technical name The technical name must be listed in parentheses after the proper shipping name BACK NEXT EXIT
  45. 45. Review Question- 5If the technical name of the material is not the same as the proper shippingname, what must be done:(Correct Answer is) Only the technical name is used Only the proper shipping name is used The proper shipping name must be listed in parentheses after the technical name The technical name must be listed in parentheses after the proper shipping name Continue BACK NEXT EXIT
  46. 46. Review Question- 6Labels must be placed on the package near the proper shipping namemarking. TRUE FALSE BACK NEXT EXIT
  47. 47. Review Question- 6Labels must be placed on the package near the proper shipping namemarking.(Correct Answer is) TRUE – to avoid miscommunication, place labels near proper shipping name markings FALSE Continue BACK NEXT EXIT
  48. 48. Placarding
  49. 49. PlacardingTransport vehicles containing any quantity of a hazardous material must beplacarded on each side and each end.A non-bulk packaging that contains only the residue of a hazardousmaterial is not included in determining placarding requirements. BACK NEXT EXIT
  50. 50. Contact InformationIf you have any questions or comments concerning the content of thiscourse, please contact: Subject Matter Expert • James S. Schriver • Upstream Research Company – EH&S • 713.431.7148 • James.s.schriver@exxonmobil.com • NOTE: KEEP ALL SHIPPING PAPERS. MAKE A COPY FOR YOUR FILES, AND SEND THE ORIGINAL TO JIM SCHRIVER IN EH&S. BACK BACK NEXT EXIT

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