The Emergency Response Guidebook 2012 (ERG2012) Training Package is available in HTML as well as in Microsoft Office Power Point Format. The Emergency Response Guidebook 2012 (ERG2012) is primarily a guide to aid first responders in quickly identifying the specific or generic hazards of the material(s) involved in the incident, and protecting themselves and the general public during the initial response phase of the incident.
The different placards used in the transport of dangerous goods are found on pages 6 and 7 of the ERG2012.
Caution: The recommended guides should be considered as a last resort if the material cannot be identified by any other means. Pages 8 and 9 of the ERG2012 depict the general shapes of railcars and road trailers used in the transportation of dangerous goods.
The ID Number is followed by the 3-digit guide number (ORANGE section) to refer to, as well as the name of material. Please note that some substances are highlighted in GREEN and should be treated specifically. Follow this link to access the Identification Number Index in the online Emergency Response Guidebook 2012. The name of the material is followed by the 3-digit guide number (ORANGE section) to refer to, as well as the ID Number. Please note that some substances are highlighted in GREEN and thus will have to be treated specifically. Follow this link to access the Names of Material Index in the online Emergency Response Guidebook 2012.
This polymerization will produce heat and high pressure buildup in containers which may explode or rupture. This section contains all the guides needed for the initial response phase of an incident involving dangerous goods. The subsection Fire or Explosion or Health will appear first depending on the primary hazards of the type of substance. A suggested isolation area, as an immediate precautionary measure, irrespectively of the quantity involved. The reference to Table 1 - Initial Isolation and Protective Action Distances (GREEN section). The distances show the areas likely to be affected during the first 30 minutes after the materials are spilled, and this distance could increase with time. The responders must choose a protective actions: evacuation, shelter in place or a combination of both (see page 288 of the ERG2012).
For any intermediate quantity, the distances would need to be estimated between the distances provided for small and large spills. Defines an area SURROUNDING the incident in which persons may be exposed to dangerous (upwind) and life threatening (downwind) concentrations of material. The shape of the area in which protective should be taken actions (the Protective Action Zone) is shown in the figure below. A list of materials which produce large amount of Toxic Inhalation Hazard (TIH) gases when spilled in water and identifies the TIH gases produced. These Water Reactive materials are easily identified in Table 1 as their name is immediately followed by (when spilled in water).


The materials are presented in alphabetical order and provide initial isolation and protective action distances for large spills (more than 208 litres or 55 US gallons) involving different container types (therefore different volume capacities) for day time and night time situations and different wind speeds. The following table gives a summary of tank properties, critical times, critical distances and cooling water flow rates for various tank sizes that may be involved in a BLEVE.
An improvised explosive device is a bomb that is manufactured from commercial, military or homemade explosives. A Safe Standoff Distance Chart for various threats when improvised explosive device are involved is found on page 372 of the ERG2012.
Page 386 of the ERG2012 provides the telephone numbers of the provincial agencies that must1 be contacted for any incident involving dangerous goods.
Additionally, CANUTEC may2 be contacted in order to get more detailed technical information on the dangerous goods involved. CANUTEC is the Canadian Transport Emergency Centre and is operated by the Transport Dangerous Goods Directorate of Transport Canada. Read carefully all the information provided in the ORANGE Guide and use jointly the GREEN Section if the substance is highlighted. A tanker truck carrying the following product rolled over and is leaking from the top hatch. As an immediate precautionary measure, isolate spill or leak area for at least 50 metres in all directions. In the BLUE-bordered pages, explosives are not highlighted substances, therefore the GREEN section does not apply. A rail car is leaking during the day, at a well-known facility in your area, where chlorine cars are handled. The Guide 124 indicates that this product is toxic and may be fatal if inhaled or absorbed through the skin.
Table 3 provides initial isolation and protective action distances for large spills (more than 208 litres or 55 US gallons) involving different container types (therefore different volume capacities) for day time and night time situations and different wind speeds.
In this case, for a rail car, the initial isolation distance suggested in Table 3 is 1000 metres.
Since there is a spill, the initial isolation and protective action distances must be taken from Table 1. In Table 1, the description “when spilled in water” indicates a substance is water-reactive. In this case, Table 2 must also be consulted where the TIH gases produced are listed, for each water-reactive substance. When searching for hydrogen cyanide in the BLUE section, there is a reference to Guide 117, which correspond to Gases – Toxic – Flammable (Extreme Hazard).
Additionally, the protective action distances for day and night will have to be taken from the Table 1 and adapted.
The campus community may be instructed to evacuate particular buildings or areas of campus due to a particular situation. A “lockdown” will typically only be directed for a single building, and typically the scene of the crisis.  During a lockdown, entry to a facility should be prohibited until the situation requiring the procedure has been resolved by responding law enforcement personnel. Shelter in Place Definition: a directive to seek immediate shelter indoors following the announcement of a campus crisis condition.


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This link will take you to a situation-specific rundown of emergency types and the typical response process put into place at Syracuse University. Report an IncidentPosted in homepage bottom 3, What You Should Do on August 1st, 2014 by Hannah Warren. To report an incident occurring on campus, call the DPS Emergency Communications dispatch center at 315-443-2224.
The Cadillac ELR is based on the Volt platform so you should notice common features shared by both vehicles. 116P), the material may undergo violent polymerization if subjected to heat or contamination. An asterisk (*) next to the ID number indicates to consult Table 3 for more information.
This will result in a higher toxic concentration in the air and consequently, necessitate a greater Protective Action Zone. Catastrophic failure of the vessel is followed by the explosive release of boiling liquid and expanding vapour. It is staffed by professional scientists experienced and trained in interpreting technical information and providing emergency response advice. 1689 – sodium cyanide) and not for the generated TIH gas (hydrogen cyanide) indicated in Table 2. Alert other persons on your way out and close all doors behind you to confine the fire (see evacuation procedures).
Generally involves a single small package, a small cylinder, or a small leak from a large package. Generally involves a spill from a large package, or multiple spills from many small packages.
Those locations include Hendricks Chapel, Schine Student Center, Manley Field House and the Goldstein Student Center.



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