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    • Class 1 Explosives
    • Ex: Dynamite, flares, fireworks
    • Class 2.1 Flammable Gases
    • Ex: Cigarette lighter fuel refills, propane torches
    • Class 2.2 Non-Flammable, Non-Poisonous Gases
    • Ex: Fire extinguisher, scuba tanks, liquid nitrogen, oxygen
    • Class 2.3 Poisonous Gases by Inhalation
    • Ex: Military nerve agents, "mustard" gases
    • Class 3 Flammable Liquid
    • Ex: Cigarette lighter fluid, varnish, gasoline
    • Class 4.1 Flammable Solids
    • Ex: "Strike Anywhere" matches, flares, magnesium, nitroglycerin
    • Class 4.2 Spontaneously Combustible
    • Ex: Charcoal, peat, film, highway/railway fuses, matches
    • Class 4.3 Dangerous When Wet
    • Ex: Aluminum, lithium, alkali products
    • Class 5.1 Oxidizing Materials
    • Ex: Bromates, chlorates, nitrates
    • Class 5.2 Organic Peroxides
    • Ex: resins
    • Class 6.1 Poisonous Substances
    • Ex: arsenic, pesticides
    • Class 6.2 Infectious Substances
    • Ex: Hepatitis germ, polio virus
  1. Class 7 Radioactive
    • Class 8 Corrosive
    • Ex: Acid, wet cell batteries, paint/varnish remover
    • Class 9 Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials
    • Ex: asbestos, solid carbon dioxide (dry ice)
    • Magnetized Materials
    • Ex: high-powered amplifiers, speakers, electric musical instruments
    • Restrictions apply only to large shipments
  2. An empty container that once held radioactive materials or particles.
  3. Does TSA accept radioactive materials?
  4. What quantity of dry ice is permitted per passenger?
    5.5 lbs.
  5. Where can Dry Ice be carried?
    In checked or carry-on baggage
  6. How many hydrocarbon gas hair curlers are permitted per passenger?
    One set
  7. Does TSA allow medical oxygen to be carried onboard?
  8. Where must small arms ammunition be stowed on the EMB-145?
    Aft cargo
  9. Why does TSA deny transport of magnetized materials?
    They interfere with navigational systems on the plane
  10. Define "hazardous material"
    Anything capable of posing an unreasonable risk when transported by air to health, safety, property, or environment
  11. Where would you reference acceptance of hazardous materials?
    GOM 1-6
  12. Give examples of "personal use" hazardous materials that are permissible through checked or carry-on baggage by passengers or crewmembers aboard a TSA aircraft
    Medicinal and toilet articles (checked/carry-on), one packet of matches or a lighter (on person/carry-on), implanted medical devices, alcoholic beverages (carry-on/checked), Perfumes/colognes (on person/carry-on),one set Hair curlers/one curling iron containing butane (carry-on/checked), medical/clinical mercury thermometer (carry-on/checked), small arms ammunition (checked), one self defense spray (checked), dry ice not exceeding 5.5 pounds (checked/carry-on), self-inflating life jacket using small gas cartridges (carry-on/checked), compressed gas cylinders for prosthetics (on person/checked/carry-on), mercury barometer/thermometer (carry-on), electrically powered heat-producing articles such as diving lamps or soldering equipment (carry-on), wheelchairs/mobility devices with spillable/non spillable/lithium ion batteries, Segway with nickel-metal hydride battery only, portable electronic devices, portable oxygen concentrators/POCs (with exception of Helios POC)
    • Biological Substance Category B
    • Ex: Blood, plasma, and blood components for purpose of blood transfusion, human and animal samples for routine testing, lifeguard packages

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2013-05-27 21:53:38
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