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Which of the following groups designates compliance issues regarding hazardous materials? A. EPA, NRC, and OSHAEPA, NRC, and OSHA B. FBI, DOT, FEMA C. State and local transportation agencies D.
The Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Hospitals
The C) answer i guess is the correct one, the others don`t care about hazardous materials
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User: Which of the following groups designates compliance issues regarding hazardous materials? A. EPA, NRC, and OSHAEPA, NRC, and OSHA B. FBI, DOT, FEMA C. State and local transportation agencies D. The Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Hospitals

Weegy: The C) answer i guess is the correct one, the others don`t care about hazardous materials
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User: Which of the following groups designates compliance issues regarding hazardous materials?

Weegy: The C) answer i guess is the correct one, the others don`t care about hazardous materials
ibontxo|Points 356|

User: The SI unit for quantity of radioactive materials is

User: what is the si unit for quantity of radioactive materials ?

User: The SI unit for quantity of radioactive materials is: A. Microcurie B. Curie C. Becquerel D. Millicurie

Weegy: The SI unit for quantity of radioactive material is Curie. Which is D.
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User: Under what circumstances is isolation necessary when dealing with hazardous materials events?

Weegy: c) When hazardous materials contamination is known or suspected.
mile32407|Points 56|

User: A chemical that causes a sudden, almost instantaneous release of pressure, gas and heat when subjected to sudden shock, pressure or high temperatures best describes which type of DOT hazardous materials classification?

Weegy: Explosive - a chemical that causes a sudden, almost instantaneous release of pressure, gas, and heat when subjected to sudden shock, pressure, or high temperature
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User: How is the exposure rate generally expressed?

Weegy: In Roentgens Per Hour (Traditionally, the exposure has been expressed in the unit roentgen R , but measurement of exposure since 1978 has been replaced by the air kerma, which is expressed in the unit gray (Gy))
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User: Alpha and beta particles and gamma rays are examples of

User: what is Alpha and beta particles and gamma rays ?

User: Alpha and beta particles and gamma rays are examples of: A. Neutrons B. Isotopes C. Atoms D. Ionizing radiation

Weegy: D. All of the above are the types of ionizing radiation.
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User: Which of the following is most likely to be a source of hazardous materials within the home? A. Heating pad B. Lawnmower C. Recycled garbage D. Household cleaning products

Weegy: Household cleaning products are most likely to be a source of hazardous materials within the home.
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User: What is the purpose of a hospital emergency/disaster response plan?

User: What is the purpose of a hospital emergency/disaster response plan? A. It ensures that the hospital is in compliance with OSHA regulations. B. It's a training tool for hospital personnel. C. It describes the policies and procedures that should be followed in the event of a hazardous materials incident. D. It's a reference tool for external responders to an emergency.

Weegy: a) It describes the policies and procedures that should be followed in the event of a hazardous materials incident.
OxTornado007|Points 6869|

User: What is the purpose of a control zone?

User: What is the purpose of a control zone? A. To control the flow of traffic into the hospital B. To set up barriers to prevent the media's access C. To establish an area for the reception of contaminated patients D. To differentiate the controlled (contaminated) area from the noncontrolled (uncontaminated) area

Weegy: What is the purpose of a control zone? B. To establish an area for the reception of contaminated patients
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User: When should you use Level C personal protection equipment? A. When you don't need much skin and eye protection B. When you don't require a high level of respiratory protection C. When the highest level of respiratory, skin, eye, and mucous membrane protection is needed D. When only minimal skin protection is required

Weegy: c. when the highest level of the respiratory, skin, eyes, mucous membrane protection is needed.
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User: Which of the following groups designates compliance issues regarding hazardous materials? A. EPA, NRC, and OSHAEPA, NRC, and OSHA B. FBI, DOT, FEMA C. State and local transportation agencies D. The Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Hospitals

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