CDL Hazardous Materials (Hazmat) Practice Test 2

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Where must the identification number of a hazardous material appear?

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The package and the shipping paper. The identification number must appear on the hazardous material package as well as on the shipping paper as part of the shipping description.

What is the shipper's certification?

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The shipper certifies that the shipment has been prepared according to the applicable rules. If a shipper packages hazardous materials, they have to certify that the package has been prepared according to the rules. The shipper

You are asked to transport a package that is properly marked and has a signed shipper's certification, but you notice the package is leaking. You should

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Refuse the shipment. You should never accept leaking hazardous materials regardless of the class of the material or if the shipper's certification has been signed.

When approaching a railroad crossing at which you are required to stop, where should you stop?

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15 to 50 feet before the nearest rail. After you stop, you should proceed only when you are sure that no train is approaching.

You must stop at a railroad crossing if your vehicle

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All of the above. If your vehicle has any placard, it must stop at railroad crossings. Also, you are required to stop at railroad crossings if you carry any amount of chlorine or have cargo tanks (whether they are loaded or empty

To decide which placards to use, you need to know the hazard class, the amount shipped and

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Both A and B. The person attending a placarded vehicle must: be in the vehicle and awake or within 100 feet of the vehicle and have it within clear view; be aware of the hazards of the materials being transported; know what to do

If you have someone attending a placarded vehicle that is parked, that person should

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Both A and B. The person attending a placarded vehicle must: be in the vehicle and awake or within 100 feet of the vehicle and have it within clear view; be aware of the hazards of the materials being transported; know what to do

When transporting materials from placard Table 1, which rule applies?

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Placard required for any amount. A placard is required for any amount of Table 1 materials (e.g., explosives, poisonous gases etc.). Table 2 materials are not required to be placarded if the amount is less than 1,001 pounds (excep

When you are transporting hazardous materials, the following smoking regulations apply

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Both A and C. You should not allow smoking within 25 feet of any vehicle carrying Class 1 (Explosives), Class 2.1 (Flammable Gases), Class 3 (Flammable Liquids), Class 4 (Flammable Solids), or Class 5 (Oxidizers). Smoking regulati

If you are transporting Class 1.1, 1.2, or 1.3 explosives, you must have a placard if they exceed

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Any amount. If you transport any amount of hazardous material listed in Placard Table 1 (Classes 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.3,4.3, 5.2, 6.1 or 7) then you must placard your vehicle.

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