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The five phases of a hazardous material's life does not include production, transportation, storage, elimination, and disposal. tru or false
Weegy: Any hazardous material has five phases of life?. The five phases include: 1. Production 2. Transportation 3. Storage 4. Use 5. Disposal (More)
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The primary hazard associated with most flammable liquids is: A. Toxic vapors B. Faulty containers C. Radioactivity D. Fire or explosion
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The primary hazard associated with most flammable liquids is: Fire or explosion.
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One benefit of a sound community plan to deal with a hazardous materials emergency is: A. Roles and responsibilities are defined B. The need for assistance from other jurisdictions is eliminated C. Fewer resources are required to handle the incident D. The likelihood of an incident occurring is almost eliminated
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Under EPCRA, Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) are charged with the responsibility to: A. Regulate hazardous materials within State borders B. Inspect local factories to ensure compliance with Federal legislation C. Develop an emergency plan to respond to hazardous materials incidents D. Write local ordinances to promote emergency preparedness
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A person works every day with a toxic substance, but does not take protective measures. The individual will experience what type of exposure? A. Chronic B. Lethal C. Acute D. Carcinogenic
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A person works every day with a toxic substance, but does not take protective measures. The individual will experience Chronic exposure to the toxic substance.

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