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Which of the package labels below would indicate the lowest external radiation hazard? a. Radioactive White-I. b. Radioactive Yellow-II. c. Radioactive Yellow-III.
Radioactive White-I Almost no radiation- 0.5 mrem/hr (5 ?Sv/hr) maximum on surface. A
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User: Which of the package labels below would indicate the lowest external radiation hazard? a. Radioactive White-I. b. Radioactive Yellow-II. c. Radioactive Yellow-III.

Weegy: Radioactive White-I Almost no radiation- 0.5 mrem/hr (5 ?Sv/hr) maximum on surface. A
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User: The standard placard for radioactive material is yellow on top and white on bottom with black lettering and a black radiation symbol in the yellow portion. a. True. b. False.

Weegy: b. False
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User: The Number “7” on the standard placard for radioactive material denotes: a. 7 times normal background radiation. b. The DOT hazard classification for radioactive material. c. The pH of the enclosed material. d. The number for hazard severity.

Weegy: d
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User: When dealing with radioactive material, the correct response guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook can be identified by using which of the following: a. UN Identification number. b. Proper shipping name. c. Shipment placards. d. All of the above.

Weegy: d. All of the above.
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User: The Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) states that “medical problemstake priority over radiological concerns.” a. True. b. False.

Weegy: True.
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User: Which of the package types below is designed to transport material with the lowest levels of radioactivity? a. Type A packaging. b. Type B packaging. c. Intense packaging. d. Excepted packaging.

Weegy: d. Excepted packaging. these packages are known as "strong tight containers" High levels of radioactive material must be transported in either type a or b packages.
Expert answered|Sunshiineluv|Points 0|

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