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The Scenario:

 

You are back at your plant the Monday after the Dangerous When Wet leaking tanker incident happened, and you are telling your fellow HazMat Team Coordinator how you handled the situation. Before he has a chance to offer his opinion, a call comes in over your radio that a forklift has punctured a 55 gallon drum at the door between the oxidizer storage area and the production department. There is a spill, and no one is injured; however, the production employee does not know what was spilled. You make an immediate page to all emergency response team members in the area, and then you head out the door to the scene with your fellow HazMat Team Coordinator (the production department chief engineer). While en route to the scene, you call the plant manager and apprise her of what you know and that you will report back as soon as you have more information.

 

The incident command center can either be the production office or the conference room near the plant manager's office. In this case, your first choice is the production office.

 

 

The storage area building has multiple storage bays for oxidizers, flammables, acids, and bases. When you arrive near the scene, you find the punctured drum on its side against a pallet of three other drums and a very small fuming cloud of vapor developing from the area, but you cannot tell its exact point of origin. It turns out that the drums are just inside the storage area building. You can see that the drums on the pallet have flammable labels. The fourth flammable drum has been knocked off the pallet and is also lying on its side next to the punctured drum. The punctured drum has not been identified at this point – it is a strong oxidizer, strong acid, or strong base raw material.

 

Questions:

 

1. How do you proceed?

 

2. What information are you after, how do you gather it, and what instructions do you provide for your team?

 

3. What hazardous situations are you and your team facing? If you need to, you can differentiate these situations depending on the punctured drum being a strong oxidizer, strong acid, or strong base. Develop a brief priority list and a brief action list for what you should do.

 

4. What, if any, restraints should you exercise?

 

5. What advice would you give to any other individuals coming upon the scene?

 

 

 

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S

 

UBSTANCES

 

- W

 

ATER

 

-R

 

EACTIVE

 

- C

 

ORROSIVE

 

ERG2012

 

GUIDE

 

137

 

POTENTIAL HAZARDS

 

HEALTH

 

•±

 

CORROSIVE

 

and/or

 

TOXIC;

 

inhalation,

 

ingestion

 

or

 

contact

 

(skin,

 

eyes)

 

with

 

vapors,

 

dusts

 

or

 

substance

 

may

 

cause

 

severe

 

injury,

 

burns

 

or

 

death.

 

•±

 

Fire

 

will

 

produce

 

irritating,

 

corrosive

 

and/or

 

toxic

 

gases.

 

•±

 

Reaction

 

with

 

water

 

may

 

generate

 

much

 

heat

 

that

 

will

 

increase

 

the

 

concentration

 

of

 

fumes

 

in

 

the

 

air.

 

•±

 

Contact

 

with

 

molten

 

substance

 

may

 

cause

 

severe

 

burns

 

to

 

skin

 

and

 

eyes.

 

•±

 

Runoff

 

from

 

²re

 

control

 

or

 

dilution

 

water

 

may

 

cause

 

pollution.

 

FIRE OR EXPLOSION

 

•±

 

EXCEPT FOR ACETIC ANHYDRIDE (UN1715), THAT IS FLAMMABLE,

 

some

 

of

 

these

 

materials

 

may

 

burn,

 

but

 

none

 

ignite

 

readily.

 

•±

 

May

 

ignite

 

combustibles

 

(wood,

 

paper,

 

oil,

 

clothing,

 

etc.).

 

•±

 

Substance

 

will

 

react

 

with

 

water

 

(some

 

violently),

 

releasing

 

corrosive

 

and/or

 

toxic

 

gases

 

and

 

runoff.

 

•±

 

Flammable/toxic

 

gases

 

may

 

accumulate

 

in

 

con²ned

 

areas

 

(basement,

 

tanks,

 

hopper/tank

 

cars,

 

etc.).

 

•±

 

Contact

 

with

 

metals

 

may

 

evolve

 

³ammable

 

hydrogen

 

gas.

 

•±

 

Containers

 

may

 

explode

 

when

 

heated

 

or

 

if

 

contaminated

 

with

 

water.

 

•±

 

Substance

 

may

 

be

 

transported

 

in

 

a

 

molten

 

form.

 

PUBLIC SAFETY

 

•±

 

CALL EMERGENCY RESPONSE Telephone Number on Shipping Paper frst. I± Shipping Paper not

 

available or no answer, re±er to appropriate telephone number listed on the inside back cover.

 

•±

 

As

 

an

 

immediate

 

precautionary

 

measure,

 

isolate

 

spill

 

or

 

leak

 

area

 

in

 

all

 

directions

 

for

 

at

 

least

 

50

 

meters

 

(150

 

feet)

 

for

 

liquids

 

and

 

at

 

least

 

25

 

meters

 

(75

 

feet)

 

for

 

solids.

 

•±

 

Keep

 

unauthorized

 

personnel

 

away.

 

•±

 

Stay

 

upwind.

 

•±

 

Keep

 

out

 

of

 

low

 

areas.

 

•±

 

Ventilate

 

enclosed

 

areas.

 

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

 

•±

 

Wear

 

positive

 

pressure

 

self-contained

 

breathing

 

apparatus

 

(SCBA).

 

•±

 

Wear

 

chemical

 

protective

 

clothing

 

that

 

is

 

speci²cally

 

recommended

 

by

 

the

 

manufacturer.

 

It

 

may

 

provide

 

little

 

or

 

no

 

thermal

 

protection.

 

•±

 

Structural

 

²re²ghters'

 

protective

 

clothing

 

provides

 

limited

 

protection

 

in

 

²re

 

situations

 

ONLY;

 

it

 

is

 

not

 

effective

 

in

 

spill

 

situations

 

where

 

direct

 

contact

 

with

 

the

 

substance

 

is

 

possible.

 

EVACUATION

 

Spill

 

•±

 

See

 

Table

 

1

 

- Initial

 

Isolation

 

and

 

Protective

 

Action

 

Distances

 

for

 

highlighted

 

materials.

 

For

 

non-

 

highlighted

 

materials,

 

increase,

 

in

 

the

 

downwind

 

direction,

 

as

 

necessary,

 

the

 

isolation

 

distance

 

shown

 

under

 

“PUBLIC

 

SAFETY”.

 

Fire

 

•±

 

If

 

tank,

 

rail

 

car

 

or

 

tank

 

truck

 

is

 

involved

 

in

 

a

 

²re,

 

ISOLATE

 

for

 

800

 

meters

 

(1/2

 

mile)

 

in

 

all

 

directions;

 

also,

 

consider

 

initial

 

evacuation

 

for

 

800

 

meters

 

(1/2

 

mile)

 

in

 

all

 

directions.

 

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