Position or Title

1. What is not considered a spill?
Those that are small and can be safely handled by the employees.
Those that run down the drain that no one sees.
A 55 gallon drum of a poison solvent falls off a truck and burst open.
A chlorine tank is leaking.

2. Who is not allowed to clean up a major spill?
First Responder: awareness level
First Responder: operations level
HazMat technician
HazMat specialist

3. What does HAZWOPER stand for?
Hateful Waste Operators & Easy Rollers
Hot Women & Old Poor Eccentric Renters
Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Responce

4. Hazardous Substance:
Includes pure or mixed chemicals
Include hazardous wastes
Can cause potential health hazards
Can damage the environment
All of the above

5. As an "awareness level" trained employee, what can you do?
Serve as an incident commander
Clean up a chemical spill
Recognize a problem and initiate a response

6. What are the dangers of a release?
All of the above
None of the above

7. How can you recognize chemical substances?
Danger labels
Warning signs
NFPA labels
All of the above

8. In the event of an actual spill that required response by a fire department, who would set up an incident command?
Supervisors Helper
Chemical Hygiene Officer
Fire department or Incident Commander

9. Spill Prevention can be obtained through proper storage and handling.

10. Anyone can clean up a spills as long as they are wearing gloves.