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Title: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SERIES


1
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SERIES
  • The State of Ohio
  • Hazardous Materials Awareness Class

The Ohio Department of Health
2
Acknowledgements
Many people worked to make this class a good
document which can be upgraded, and is as generic
as possible.
  • Mike Fogle, Marion Twp FD
  • Rick Klema, Franklin Co. S.O
  • Mike Dalton, Ohio EPA
  • Terry Bendernagle, Cleveland FD
  • Bob Rhoades, Ohio Dept. of Health
  • Brian Peterman, Division of State Fire Marshal,
    Ohio
  • Steve Kimple, Whitehall FD
  • Jeff Shriner, Dover FD
  • Tuscarawas County LEPC
  • Roger Pierce SFM Prevention
  • Pete DOnofrio SFM Academy
  • Wooster Twp FD
  • Cuyahoga County Health Dept

Many other people told us what was wrong and what
was right, all were appreciated. We hope we
missed no one.
3
DISCLAIMER
  • This course will cover OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, U.S.
    EPA 40 CFR 311, and NFiPA 472, Awareness Level,
    with the following exceptions A-2-4.1, 2-4.1.1,
    2-4.1.3, 2-4.1.4, 2-4.2, and 2-4.2.1. The
    exceptions are specific sections that refer to
    competencies that are required to be conducted by
    either the local authority having jurisdiction
    or by using the local emergency response plan
    or local standard operating procedures. Those
    specific elements need to be addressed by the
    certifying employer before the employee can meet
    the NFiPA Standard 472.

4
Introduction
  • The Hazardous Materials First Responders
    Awareness Level Course is designed to meet the
    requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120 The Final Rule
    effective March 6, 1990 and EPA 40 CFR-311and
    NFPA 472 Standard for Professional Competencies
    of Responders to Hazardous Materials Incidents.

5
Who Needs It?
  • Law Enforcement
  • Fire Personnel
  • EMS Personnel
  • Other personnel who are most likely to encounter
    hazardous materials, be first on the scene of a
    hazardous materials incident or work on a
    hazardous materials site as a condition of their
    employment including health care and EMS workers.

6
Objectives at Awareness Level
  • Understand what hazardous materials are, and the
    risk associated with them in an incident.
  • Recognize the presence of hazardous materials in
    an emergency.
  • Explain the importance of initiating command and
    control activities during a hazardous material
    incident.

7
Awareness Level Objectives Cont..
  • Survey a hazardous material incident, identifying
    the containers and materials involved, release
    information, and the surrounding conditions.
  • Use Shipping Papers and MSDS to aid in ID.
  • Collect and interpret hazard and response
    information using the DOT Emergency Guidebook.

8
Acetate
C6H3CH2Cl
S2Cl2
Phenol
Chlorine
Styrene
HANDS OFF !!
Sulfur Chloride
Ethyl Flouride
Anhydrous Ammonia
9
Agencies Involved in Hazardous Materials
Legislation
OSHA
EPA
USDOT
NFPA
10
Ohio Law..
  • Ohio Revised Code 3737.80 Hazardous materials
    emergencies coordination local fire department
    chief in charge.
  • Ohio Administrative Code 13017-1-03, Section (I)
    FM-102.7 Authority at fire and emergencies The
    Fire Chief shall be in charge.
  • See Student Guide.

11
SARA FORMS
  • In the Appendix you will find the following
  • Tier Two Reporting Form
  • EPA Trade Secret Substantiation form
  • Toxic Chemical Release Inventory (2 page)
  • Toxic Chemical Release Inventory (5 page)

Superfund and Reauthorization Act of 1986
12
Use this page to navigate
Module 1 Preparing
Module 2 Responders Roles
Module 3 Detection
Module 3a Markings
Module 3b Presence
Module 3c Tanks, Trucks Trains
Module 3d Placards
Module 4 ERG
Module 5 Termination
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