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Quick Quiz: EH&S News of the Week

Posted on 8/11/2023 by Lion Technology Inc.

Quick Quiz: EH&S News of the Week

Test your knowledge relating to this week's news—or use this quiz to stay sharp.


EPA recently added a new category of reportable chemicals under EPCRA, effective September 12, 2023. What is that category?






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EPA chose to list the DINP category based on their preliminary conclusion that “it is reasonably anticipated to cause cancer and serious or irreversible chronic health effects including developmental, kidney, and liver toxicity.”

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EPA chose to list the DINP category based on their preliminary conclusion that “it is reasonably anticipated to cause cancer and serious or irreversible chronic health effects including developmental, kidney, and liver toxicity.”

Which of these issues contributed to one or more recent train derailments involving hazardous materials, according to investigators?






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Discover more common factors that potentially contribute to hazmat train derailments, and parallels between accidents on the blog.

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Discover more common factors that potentially contribute to hazmat train derailments, and parallels between accidents on the blog.

Approximately 1,500 transportation incidents involving undeclared hazardous materials occur each year. Which commodity is involved in the most undeclared hazmat shipping incidents?






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The top five “Incidents by Commodity” from 2013 to 2023: Aerosols – 3228; Lithium Batteries – 1517; Paint or paint materials – 1074; Carbon Dioxide – 1001; Corrosive Liquid – 827.

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The top five “Incidents by Commodity” from 2013 to 2023: Aerosols – 3,228; Lithium Batteries – 1,517; Paint or paint materials – 1,074; Carbon Dioxide – 1,001; Corrosive Liquid – 827.

In a video about the inspection process, OSHA shares 5 questions inspectors may ask your employees. During which phase of the inspection are these questions typically asked?






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Check out the 5 questions OSHA inspectors ask your employees during the walkaround at the link below!

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Check out the 5 questions OSHA inspectors ask your employees during the walkaround at the link below!

How long after receiving a citation from OSHA do employers have to contest the violation or penalty?






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After receiving a Citation and Notification of Penalty, you have 15 working days to contest the contents of that notice.

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After receiving a Citation and Notification of Penalty, you have 15 working days to contest the contents of that notice.

 

Thanks for checking out today's quiz!

We hope you learned something new from these questions, or at least had some fun.

Head to Lion.com/News to catch up on the rest of our recent blogs and compliance alerts. And keep your eyes peeled; we will let you know when we post the next quiz for you to ace.

 

In Lion News This Week...

Final Rule: DINP Category Added to EPCRA Reporting
Four DOT Advisories on Hazmat Rail Accidents
The Last 10 Years: Undeclared Hazmat Shipments
5 Questions OSHA Inspectors Ask Workers

 
 

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