Crime Scene Safety Final

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  1. What is the Hazard ID #
    It lets you know how to drive around the vehicle
  2. What is the ID #
    It tells you what the item is
  3. What is the guide number
    It tells you how to handle the chemical
  4. What does doubling a digit indicate
  5. What does the number 2 signify
    Emission of gas due to pressure or chemical reaction
  6. What does the number 3 signify
    Flammability of liquids(vapors) and gases or self heating liquid
  7. What does the number 4 signify
    Flammability of solids or self heating solid
  8. What does the number 5 signify
    Oxidizing (fire-intensifying) effect
  9. What does the number 6 signify
    Toxicity or risk of infection
  10. What does the number 7 signify
  11. What does the number 8 signify
  12. What does the number 9 signify
    Risk of spontaneous violent reaction
  13. What does 0 signify
  14. What does X indicate
    Substances will react dangerously with water
  15. What does NFPA
    National Fire Protection Association
  16. What does the color red signify
    Fire Hazard
  17. What does the color blue signify
    Health Hazard
  18. What does the color Yellow signify
  19. What does the color white signify
    • Special Hazard
    • Water Reactive
  20. The scale that coincides with the colors ranges from
    • 0-4
    •  0 is least serious
    •  4 is the most serious
  21. What are the most common threats for crime scene personnel
    Biological threats
  22. What does OSHA stand for
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  23. A written evaluation must be prepared if
    1% or more of the product is a hazardous substance
  24. What does a mutagen do
    It changes DNA
  25. What does a carcinogen do
    It causes cancer
  26. What is the first line of defense in preventing an accident in the lab
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheets
  27. Hazard ID and ID # which is on the top and which is on the bottom
    Hazard ID is on the top and the ID # is on the bottom
  28. What is the difference between ricin and anthrax
    Ricin must be ingested but anthrax must be inhaled or touched
  29. How many levels are to PPE
  30. What are the four levels to PPE
    • A being a bunny suit
    • B
    • C
    • D being gloves and a face mask
  31. Rail
  32. Highway
    Bill of Lading
  33. Pipeline
  34. Air
  35. What is the order of occurrence of a possible chemical attack
    • Recognition
    • Notification
    • Isolation
    • Protection
  36. Which is more risky being flammable or combustible
  37. How many steps are in the DECIDE model
  38. What are the Hazard ID codes
    They tell you in general what type of substance it is
  39. What is the first step in the DECIDE model
    Detect HAZMAT presence
  40. What is the second step in the DECIDE model
    Estimate Harm
  41. What is the third step in the DECIDE model
    Choose response objectives
  42. What is the fourth step in the DECIDE model
    ID action options
  43. What is the fifth step in the DECIDE model
    Decide best option
  44. What is the sixth step in the DECIDE model
    Evaluate progress
  45. What nerve gas was used in the Tokyo subway attack
  46. What is the most rapid and harmful route of exposure
  47. What is the flashpoint of a combustible
    Above 140 degrees F
  48. What is the flashpoint of a flammable
    The flashpoint is below 140 degrees F
  49. According to the Vaccine video how many diseases are preventable with vaccination
  50. According to the Vaccine video Name one area that is refusing to vaccinate their children
    • Ashland, Oregon
    • 28% lack all or some vaccination
  51. Where was there a measles outbreak in 2008
    • San diego, CA
    • 7 year old came from a Switzerland vacation
  52. What vaccine is most often blamed for autism
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Crime Scene Safety Final
2013-06-19 15:49:42
Crime Scene Safety Final

Crime Scene Safety Final
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