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Classification

  • All chemicals have:
  • a) UN-number
  • b) CAS-number
  • c) Hazard Identification Code
  • Hazard identification code 268 warns about:
  • a) Corrosive solid
  • b) Toxic gas
  • c) Toxiccorrosive gas
  • The main hazards are
  • a) flammabilitycorrosion
  • b) oxidizingtoxicity
  • c) flammabilitytoxicity
  • The hazard identification code (above) has the following meaning
  • a) Flammable liquid, toxic, corrosive
  • b) Highly flammable liquid, toxic
  • c) Flammable liquid, toxic, which reacts with water, emitting flammable gas
  • UN-number (above) refers to the chemical of:
  • a) Sulphuric acid
  • b) Ammonia
  • c) Acrylonitrile, stabilized
  • A plain orange plate is fixed at frontback of the "transport unit". What does that mean?
  • a) no hazardous materials in the "transport unit"
  • b) carrying packages of hazardous materials in freight containers
  • c) carrying empty vessels of hazardous materials
  • Hazard identification number is 20. What is the state of the substance?
  • a) Gas
  • b) Liquid
  • c) Solid
  • A tank has a hazard identification number of 225. What kind of material is it?
  • a) Refrigerated liquefied gas, oxidizing
  • b) Organic peroxide
  • c) Refrigerated liquefied gas
  • A tank has a hazard identification number of 225. What are the dangers of the material inside?
  • a) Toxiccausing burns
  • b) Causing frostbite, fire-intensifying
  • c) Asphyxiant
  • Hazard identification number is X462. What are the dangers?
  • a) Flammabilitytoxicity
  • b) Flammable solid which reacts dangerously with water, emitting flammable gas
  • c) Solid which reacts dangerously with water, emitting toxic gas
  • Letter combination of TFC refers to gases which are:
  • The damageexpression codes for health start the following series H.

CLP

  • Which is the given the following categories Classification of substances / mixtures according to the CLP Directive?
  • a) Physical Hazards, Environmental Hazards
  • b) Environmental Hazards, Health Hazards
  • c) Physical Hazards, Environmental Hazards, Health Hazards
  • Which directives have replaced the CLP Directive?
  • a) REACH
  • b) DSD
  • c) DSD & DPD
  • What is the label measurements of a chemical packaging with ≤ 3 litres according to the CLP directive?
  • a) 52 x 74 mm
  • b) 48 x 30 mm
  • c) 105 x 148mm
  • What is the size of the pictogram > 3 litres≤ 50 litres of the packaged chemical according to CLP directive?
  • a) 20x20 mm
  • b) 23x23 mm
  • c) 46x46 mm
  • Which of the following is the environmental hazard classification criteria?
  • a) Flammable Solids
  • b) Acute Toxicity
  • c) Chronic Aquatic
  • How many classes are separated by the explosives in the classification of the substance / mixture?
  • a) 5
  • b) 6
  • b) 2
  • What do the P phrases in the CLP Directive mean?
  • a) Risk Assessment
  • b) Prevention Assessment
  • c) Hazard Pictogram
  • The damageexpression codes for health start the following series H.
  • a) H300
  • b) H200
  • c) H400
  • Which of the following is not the physical hazard of the classification of the substance / mixture?
  • a) Explosives
  • b) Flammable liquids
  • c) Toxicity
  • According to which legislation classification of substancesmixtures is made?
  • a) CLP
  • b) REACH
  • c) DSD
  • The damageexpression codes for the environment start the following series H.
  • a) H300
  • b) H200
  • c) H400
  • What does the CLP Directive cover?
  • a) Substance
  • b) Mixture
  • c) Substancemixture
  • Which one of the following hazard statements is wrong to use?
  • a) Danger - Notice
  • b) Danger
  • c) Notice
  • A mixture; is a solution composed of twomore substances.
  • a) True
  • b) false
  • A Pictogram that indicates the relative level of severity of hazards to alert the potential reader of the hazard; the following two levels are distinguished.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Explosive article is an article containing onemore explosive substances.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Classification of substancesmixtures make according to the CLP Directive.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • An SDS consists of 12 sections.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Packing labelling of substancesmixtures is made according to the classification pictograms.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Hazard symbols are not used in the classification of substancesmixtures.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Classification of the substancemixture is given in Section 2 of the SDS.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Oxidising gas: Any gas which may, generally by providingoxygen, causecontribute to the combustion of other material more than air does.
  • a) True
  • b) False

Storage of Dangerous Substances

  • To prevent dangerous interaction, dangerous goods should be …………………… all other goods with which they are not compatible?
  • a) Segregated
  • b) Separated
  • c) Alphabetically stored
  • Segregation of dangerous substances are done according to:
  • a) Hazard class
  • b) Compatibility chart
  • c) Amount stored
  • Acid chemicals should not be stored in metal drums
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • What is the first thing that you should do before storing a dangerous substance?
  • a) Check the SDS supplied the manufacturer
  • b) Open the packing
  • c) Place it an empty space within the warehouse
  • Phenol is a ………………. chemical.
  • a) Toxicity
  • b) Flammable liquids
  • c) Corrosive
  • Packaging containers can be
  • a) Plastic
  • b) Metal
  • c) Composite (combination of metalplastic)
  • Which of the followings are of required characteristics for packaging containers?
  • a) Material that is made of
  • b) Shape
  • c) Size
  • Which of the followings is not necessary for the location of a warehouse?
  • a) Distance the local zone
  • b) Security
  • c) Soil structure
  • Which of them is important in warehouse buildings?
  • a) Enough space should be left for forklift-trucks
  • b) The height of the stack should not reach up to the ceiling
  • c) Dangerous substances should not be stored in front of fire exits
  • Which of the followings are the characteristics of the floor in the warehouse?
  • a) Should not be impermeable to any chemical
  • b) Should not be slippery
  • c) Should be resistant to any applied load
  • Which is wrong for out door storage of dangerous substances?
  • a) Asphalt should not be used as the basement material
  • b) Close control for any leakage is required
  • c) Drums can stand on the earth
  • Gas cylinders should be stored away …………
  • a) Smoke
  • b) Heat
  • c) Corrosive substances
  • Which of the followings statements is false?
  • a) Oxidizing gas cylinders should be kept away flammable gas cylinders
  • b) Response to the gas leakage should be done by trained persons who wears breathing apparatus
  • c) Gas cylinders should be moved by Rolling
  • Which of the followings is given wrong?
  • a) Strong oxidising agents should not be stored next to flammable liquids.
  • b) Cylinders containing different kind of gas must be kept together.
  • c) Flammable substances must be separated strong oxidizers.
  • Which of the followings is wrong related to the handling of gas cylinders?
  • a) Wear always PPE such as th gloves, protective footwear, eye protection
  • b) Manually moving cylinders can be done by trained person for longer distances
  • c) It is not recommended to move the cylinder with valvepressure regulator attachedwith the valve open
  • In the storage area oxygen cylinders must be stored at least …........ away/separated by a fire wall fuel gases such as acetylene, propane, methane etc.
  • a) 3 meters
  • b) 2 meters
  • c) 1 meters
  • Open head plastic drums are more appropriate for ............. dangerous substances.
  • a) liquid
  • b) gas
  • c) Solid

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