CDL Practice Tests For Hazardous Materials Page 2

Hazardous Materials Practice Questions

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In addition to a hazmat endorsement, what else may be required to transport certain hazmat materials, or transport over certain routes?
  • Nothing
  • Written tests
  • Escorts
  • Permits
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From The CDL Manual

Permits —

Some locations require permits to transport certain explosives or bulk hazardous wastes. States and counties also may require drivers to follow special hazardous materials routes. The federal government may require permits or exemptions for special hazardous materials cargo such as rocket fuel. Find out about permits, exemptions and special routes for places you drive.

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The set of regulations that detail how to package, load, transport, and unload hazmat is called:
  • Containment rules
  • Containment details
  • Hazmat driving rules
  • Loading rules
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From The CDL Manual

9.1.1 – Contain the Material

Transporting hazardous materials can be risky. The regulations are intended to protect you, those around you and the environment. They tell shippers how to package the materials safely and drivers how to load, transport and unload the material. These are called "containment rules."

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In order to communicate the risk of the cargo, shippers must do all of the following except:
  • Call the driver's employer after departure
  • Provide placards
  • Provide proper shipping papers
  • Put hazard warning labels on packages
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9.1.2 – Communicate the Risk

To communicate the risk, shippers must warn drivers and others about the material's hazards. The regulations require shippers to put hazard warning labels on packages, provide proper shipping papers, emergency response information and placards. These steps communicate the hazard to the shipper, the carrier and the driver.

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In order to pass the hazmat endorsement exam, drivers must know all of the following except:
  • Safe transportation methods
  • Proper placarding of the vehicle
  • How to properly identify and load hazmat shipments
  • Drivers must be familiar with all of these things
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From The CDL Manual

9.1.3 – Assure Safe Drivers and Equipment

To obtain a hazardous materials endorsement on a CDL, you must pass a written test about transporting hazardous materials. To pass the test, you must know how to:

  • Identify what are hazardous materials.
  • Safely load shipments.
  • Properly placard your vehicle in accordance with the rules.
  • Safely transport shipments.
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To stay safe and legal while transporting hazmat, drivers should never:
  • Travel down steep inclines
  • Lose visual contact with the car in front of them
  • Break the rules by taking shortcuts
  • Drive alone at night
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From The CDL Manual

Learn the rules and follow them. Following the rules reduces the risk of injury from hazardous materials. Taking shortcuts by breaking rules is unsafe and against the law.

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All of the following are responsibilities of the shipper except:
  • Providing proper placards
  • Properly placarding the vehicle
  • Packaging, marking, and labeling the shipment
  • Identifying the product's proper shipping name
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From The CDL Manual

The shipper:

  • Sends products from one place to another by truck, rail, vessel or airplane.
  • Uses the hazardous materials regulations to decide the product’s:
    • - Identification number
    • - Proper shipping name
    • - Hazard class
    • - Correct packaging
    • - Correct label and markings
  • Provides correct placards
  • Must package, mark and label the materials, prepare shipping papers, provide emergency response information and supply placards.
  • Certify on the shipping paper that the shipment has been prepared according to the rules (unless you are pulling cargo tanks supplied by you or your employer).
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Deciding the hazmat product's hazard class, identification number, and correct label and markings is the responsibility of:
  • The driver
  • The carrier
  • The shipper
  • The DOT
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From The CDL Manual

The shipper:

  • Sends products from one place to another by truck, rail, vessel or airplane.
  • Uses the hazardous materials regulations to decide the product’s:
    • - Identification number
    • - Proper shipping name
    • - Hazard class
    • - Correct packaging
    • - Correct label and markings
  • Provides correct placards
  • Must package, mark and label the materials, prepare shipping papers, provide emergency response information and supply placards.
  • Certify on the shipping paper that the shipment has been prepared according to the rules (unless you are pulling cargo tanks supplied by you or your employer).
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The responsibility of reporting incidents and accidents to the proper agencies belongs to:
  • The DOT
  • The driver
  • The shipper
  • The carrier
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From The CDL Manual

The carrier:

  • Takes the shipment from the shipper to its destination.
  • Prior to transportation, checks that the shipper correctly described, marked, labeled and otherwise prepared the shipment for transportation.
  • Refuses improper shipments.
  • Reports accidents and incidents involving hazardous materials to the proper government agency.
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Properly placarding the vehicle is the responsibility of the:
  • Shipper
  • Lumpers
  • Carrier
  • Driver
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From The CDL Manual

The driver:

  • Makes sure the shipper has identified, marked and labeled the hazardous materials properly.
  • Refuses leaking packages and shipments.
  • Placards his vehicle when loading, if required.
  • Safely transports the shipment without delay.
  • Follows all special rules about transporting hazardous materials.
  • Keeps hazardous materials shipping papers and emergency response information in the proper place.
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The driver's responsibilities include all of the following except:
  • Keeping hazmat papers and emergency response information in the proper place
  • Refusing leaking packages and shipments
  • Placarding the vehicle
  • Reporting accidents and incidents
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From The CDL Manual

The driver:

  • Makes sure the shipper has identified, marked and labeled the hazardous materials properly.
  • Refuses leaking packages and shipments.
  • Placards his vehicle when loading, if required.
  • Safely transports the shipment without delay.
  • Follows all special rules about transporting hazardous materials.
  • Keeps hazardous materials shipping papers and emergency response information in the proper place.
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