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Q: 32. The chemical agent or hazardous material that interferes with the body's ability to transfer oxygen to the cells is: A. Nerve agent B. Hydrogen cyanide C. Tear gas D. Phosgene
A: chemical warfare agents (CWAs) interferes with the body's ability to transfer oxygen to the cells
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User: 32. The chemical agent or hazardous material that interferes with the body's ability to transfer oxygen to the cells is: A. Nerve agent B. Hydrogen cyanide C. Tear gas D. Phosgene

Weegy: chemical warfare agents (CWAs) interferes with the body's ability to transfer oxygen to the cells
migzptz|Points 7086|

User: 33. The basic approaches to cleaning contaminated soil include: A. Containment, off-site containment, on- or off-site treatment, or disposal B. Air stripping/aeration, activated carbon, and chemical precipitati

Weegy: B. Containment, off-site containment, on- or off-site treatment, or disposal
tumbler10|Points 80|

User: 34. In the NFPA 704 labeling system, a rating of 4 in any quadrant corresponds to: A. The lowest degree of hazard B. A moderately high hazard C. A moderately low hazard D. The highest degree of hazard

Weegy: d. The highest degree of hazard
Shey091808|Points 728|

User: 35. Which of the following correctly identifies the four 'routes of entry' for toxic substances into the body: A. Irritation, injection, absorption, asphyxiation B. Absorption, injection, insertion, inhalation C. Absorption, injection, ingestion, inhalation D. Injection, ingestion, integration, absorption

Weegy: A. Absorption, injection, ingestion, inhalation are the four 'routes of entry' for toxic substances into the body.



User: 36. The Federal law designed to regulate hazardous waste 'from cradle to grave' is: A. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 B. Safe Drinking Water Act C. Toxic Substances Control Act D. Superfund

Weegy: The US Federal law that regulates hazardous materials form cradle to grave is the Toxic Substances Control Act.
may100|Points 1988|

User: 37. Besides the LEPC, what local agencies may maintain specific information on industries in your community that use, store, or generate EHS-listed hazardous materials? A. The local police B. The local fire department C. The local public works department D. The local emergency services department

Weegy: Besides the LEPC, local agencies that may maintain specific information on industries in your community include: D. The local fire department
Oneers|Points 90|

User: 38. Standard approaches to waste disposal are generally regulated and managed by the: A. EPA B. FEMA C. DOT D. OSHA

Weegy: Standard approaches to waste disposal are generally regulated and managed by the a. EPA
Controler|Points 3616|

User: 40. The tendency of chemicals to become more concentrated as they move up the food chain is known as: A. Leachification B. Chemical breakdown C. Biodegradation D. Biomagnification

Weegy: d. Biomagnification
darkangel_22787|Points 20|

User: 41. The EPCRA grants citizens the right to obtain information on hazardous materials in their community. A. True B. False

Weegy: False. 3. Community Right-to-Know Reporting Requirements grants citizens the right to obtain information on hazardous materials in their community.
businesslady|Points 1113|

User: 47. The key components of a complete local plan include a basic plan, supporting annexes, and implementing procedures. The supporting annexes typically include: A. Conceptual framework for emergency operations B. Information on how specific functions (such as evacuation) will be carried out for particular hazards C. Lists of people to alert under certain conditions D. 'How to' instructions for operating departments or individu

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