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Exercises
1.To cause a fire following elements must be present:
a) Flammable substance + heat+ spark
b) Flammable substance + oxygen
c) Flammable substance + oxygen + source of heat
2. The flashpoint of pentane is -40°C. This means that:
a) at 40°C pentane will inflame at the least flame
b) pentane will burn spontaneous in contact with
air without spark or flame
c) pentane inflames at the least spark
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Exercises
1. Sulphuric acid is a corrosive fluid. This means that
sulphuric acid:
a. has a caustic effect on eyes and skin
b. is very toxic when inhaled or swallowed
c. can cause infections at contact with the skin
2. Calcium nitrate is an oxidizing solid. This matter:
a. is flammable
b. is not flammable but stimulates fire of other
products
c. reacts dangerous with water.
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Structure IMDG-code
The Dangerous Goods List can be found in:
 Volume 1 (“part 3”)
 Volume 2 (“part 3”)
 The supplement
 Volume 1 (“part 5”)
 Where can you find the classification of dangerous products?
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Structure IMDG-code
– All acids can be found in:
• Volume 1 (part 2: CLASSIFICATION)
• Volume 1 (part7: SEGREGATION)
• The supplement
• Volume 2 (chapter 3.1: SEGREGATION GROUPS)
– Right or wrong?
• Regulations transport documents: vol.1 part 5
• Dangerous labels: vol.1 part 5
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IMDG-code
 Packing group II stands for:
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Very dangerous
Dangerous
Less dangerous
Indicates the sort of packing
 A “unit load” is could be:
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A packing including it’s content
A tank container or a truck
Inside packing inside a cardboard box
A pallet on which several boxes are settled
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IMDG-code
 The EmS of the IMDG-code signifies:
1/ Entire material Safety data sheets
2/ Emplacement Schedules for dangerous goods
3/ Emergency Response Procedures for Ships
Carrying Dangerous Goods
4/ Emergency and Safety rules for dangerous
products
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DANGEROUS QUALITIES
Is the following statement correct?
Flash Point, °C:
“the highest temperature (at normal air pressure)
where a fluid deposits so much flammable fume (at or
nearby the fluid surface) that this fume, intensive or
mixed with air, can be inflamed by a hot surface.”
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IMDG-code
What is the Proper Shipping Name?
• UN1037
• UN1263
• UN1935
• UN1955
• UN2786
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IMDG-code
•What is FP for UN 1922, UN 2789?
•What is the Packing Group (PG) for UN 2024?
•What is the danger of “AZODICARBONAMIDE”? (UN3242)
•Are CO (UN1016) and chloride (UN 1017) marine pollutant?
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EXERCISES
1. Are the following products classes 3?
a. LPG, butane, acetylene
b. Camphor, matches, sulphur powder
c. Acetone, ether, gasoline
2. What class are substances subject to selfheating or spontaneous combustion?
a. 4.1
b. 4.2
c. 4.3
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EXERCISES
1. This label means:
a. Toxic solid, liquid or gas
b. Toxic and infectious substance
c. Toxic solid or liquid
2. Nitrogen is a non toxic and non flammable
gas. For sea transport gas cylinders must:
a. Not be labelled
b. Be labelled with a green label
c. Be labelled with a red label “FLAMMABLE GAS”
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UN2031 NITRIC ACID: packing provisions?
UN 2014 IBC provisions?
UN 2011 MAGNESIUM PHOSPHIDE:
packing
and IBC provisions?
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1. Are the following materials transportable
in bulk in containers? UN2067, UN2071,
UN2073, UN2074
2. Are they transportable in IBC’s ?
3. In what type of bags can you transport
UN3243? Are there special terms for it?
4. UN 1265: can this liquid be transported
in plastic jerrycans with a content of 30
litres?
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1. Box of matches UN1944 weight 4,5 kg: LQ=?
2. 7 boxes of matches UN 1944 (5kg per box) in
one fibreboard box: LQ=?
3. Same question but with 6 boxes of matches
4. 3 boxes of matches UN 1944 (6kg per box) in
one fibreboard box : LQ=?
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EXERCISES
1. Are the following products classes 3?
a. LPG, butane, acetylene
b. Camphor, matches, sulphur powder
c. Acetone, ether, gasoline
2. What class are substances subject to selfheating or spontaneous combustion?
a. 4.1
b. 4.2
c. 4.3
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