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[EDITOR'S NOTE: This document was copied verbatim from the 2004 Emergency Response Guidebook. There may be references to parts of the 2004 ERG or to formatting styles (e.g. colors) that we did not implement in this online version that would be found within an actual printed copy of this book.] The responder should already have: Identified the material by its ID Number and Name; (if an ID Number cannot be found, use the name of material index ) Found the three-digit guide for that material in order to consult the emergency actions recommended jointly with this table; Noted the wind directions. Look in this Table for the ID ...
When a business is preparing for the unforeseen it is a good idea to have the an exit and fire strategy which includes exit signs and emergency alert signs, but equally important for all emergency personnel that are responding to a transportation emergency that involves hazardous materials is the Emergency Response Guidebook. The Emergency Response Guidebook is only used within the first 30 minutes of the accident and was first developed by the US Department of Transportation in 1973. Since then the countries of The United States of America, Canada, and Mexico have come together in a joint ... Read More
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