HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FIRST RESPONDER AWARENESS (HAZMAT)

33 %
67 %
Information about HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FIRST RESPONDER AWARENESS (HAZMAT)

Published on December 12, 2016

Author: bvbean

Source: slideshare.net

1. PREVIEW OF HAZMAT AWARENESS POWERPOINT TRAINING PRESENTATION

2. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AWARENESS Brave Training Solutions www.Bravetraining.com Copyright 2015 H 19 V2

3. OVERVIEW OF COURSE Introduction to Hazardous Materials Awareness UNIT I-Introduction UNIT II-Roles & Responsibilities UNIT III-Classification of Hazardous Materials UNIT IV-Identification UNIT V-NA ERG UNIT VI-Safety Data Sheets UNIT VII-Terrorism UNIT VIII-Class Practice

4. OBJECTIVES Identify hazardous materials/risks Know role/limitations Identify types and locations of hazardous materials Identify materials using placards/labels Use the Emergency Response Guidebook

5. OBJECTIVES con’t Identify common resources Use shipping papers and SDS to aid in identification Identify common terrorist targets Know terrorism indicators Know what actions to take when responding to a terrorist incident

6. OBJECTIVES con’t Understand OSHA, NFPA, & EPA training requirements Understand the role & limitations of the Awareness Level First Responder

7. BECOME PART OF THE SOLUTION NOT PART OF THE PROBLEM

8. HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DEFINITION US DOT: Any substance or material in any form which poses and unreasonable risk to safety and health, and property

9. HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DEFINITION US EPA: Any material which when discharged into or upon the navigable waters of the United States or adjoining shorelines, may be harmful to the public health or welfare of the United States, including but limited to, fish, shellfish, wildlife, and public or private property, shorelines, and beaches

10. HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DEFINITION Any element, compound, or combination which is flammable, corrosive, detonable, toxic, radioactive, an oxidizer, an etiologic agent, or highly reactive, and which because of handling, storage, processing, or packaging, may have detrimental effects on operating and emergency personnel, the public, equipment, and/or the environment

11. HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DEFINITION Anything that jumps out at you when something goes wrong and hurts or harms the things it touches Ludwig Benner NTSB Former Chief of HM Investigation

12. HAZMAT INCIDNETS ARE COMPLEX They require They create Planning Time constraints Training Distance difficulties Education Cautious assessment Specialized equipment

13. AWARENESS LEVEL RESPONDERS REMAIN HANDS OFF Stay in the Cold Zone

14. SAFETY Hazardous Material Releases Terrorist Incidents Clandestine Drug Labs

15. LIFE CYCLE OF A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL 1. Manufactured 2. Stored by maker 3. Transported to a producer 4. Used in a product 5. Stored by the producer 6. Transported to a user 7. Stored by the user 8. Used by the user 9. Transported to a waste facility 10. Stored, burred or burned

16. HAZADROUS MATERIALS ARE EVERY WHERE

17. RESULTING IN ACCIDENTS

18. RISKS/POTENTIAL HARM RISKS POTENTIAL HARM Chemical exposure Chemical Fire & Explosion Asphyxiation Oxygen deficiency Radioactive Ionizing radiation Etiological Biological hazards Mechanical

19. APPROACH Rule of UP’s Upwind Uphill Upstream Can this always be feasible?

20. KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE

21. IDENTIFYIDENTIFY

22. COMMUNICATE PROPER SPELLING E-T-H-A-N-O-L E-T-H-A-N-E-L

23. DESCRIBE CONDITIONS What do you see?

24. ESTABLISH INITIAL SCENE MANAGEMENT Direct public away Establish secure zone Create Access Point How can this be accomplished? Can a LEO arrest for violation of safety order?

25. SECTION III

26. PROTECTIVE & ISOLATION ZONES

27. PROTECTIVE & ISOLATION ZONES

28. FLAMMABILITY Flammability or inflammability is the ease with which a substance will ignite, causing fire or combustion Materials will ignite at temperatures commonly encountered are considered flammable, with various specific definitions giving a temperature requirement

29. This Hazmat Awareness Powerpoint presentation is over 240 slides in length & meets OSHA, EPA, & NFPA Training requirements

30. This presentation meets or exceeds the training requirements of US OSHA & EPA

31. To purchase this HAZMAT Awareness presentation go to www.bravetraining.com Or tap the above link

Add a comment