Spill Notification Training PRE-TEST 1. Which of the following is potentially a reportable spill? a) b) c) d) e) 2. A gallon of herbicide A pool of oil 50 gallons of diesel fuel All of the above None of the above The first number to call in case of a hazardous materials spill is 911. True or False? 3. Failure to report a hazardous materials release is a crime. True or False? 4. Which of the following activities are not acceptable? a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 5. Reporting all spills, even if it’s a drip of oil. Waiting to report a hazardous materials spill until the next business day. Only reporting large spills. Only b and c above. Only c above. All of the above. None of the above. Notification of a hazardous materials spill is only required by County Ordinance. True or False? 6. Failure to notify a hazardous materials release can result in jail time. True or False? 7. If a hazardous material is spilled, you should: a) b) c) d) e) f) 8. Wash it down a drain if convenient Use a spill kit to absorb the spilled material only if it’s safe and containable Call 911 if there is a risk to harm human health and safety, or the environment all of the above a and b only b and c only The Department of Environmental Health can issue fines for failure to report a hazardous materials release. True or False? 9. In the event of a hazardous material spill, the California Office of Emergency Services should only be notified as a last resort. True or False? 10. You should only report a hazardous material spill if directed by your Supervisor. True or False?