De DGR tren may cho PC - e so 1:DGR for pilot Cau 1: The...

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1 Ñeà soá 1:DGR for pilot Caâu 1: The hazard label “ Dangerous when wet” refers to the following characteristics: a) Articles, which emit flammable gases by interaction with water (T) b) Spontaneously combustible articles c) Flammable solids Caâu 2: There are some requirements for shipper''s responsibilities, one of them is: a) Not to pack the DGR shipment, because it is one of operator''s responsibilities b) not to establish whether the article or substance is prohibited for transport by air c) ensure that DGR are identified, classified, packed, marked, labelled and documented in compliance with DGR regulations (T) Caâu 3: The hazard label “ Flammable Solid” refers to the following characteristics: a) A solid material which may burn (T) b) Spontaneously combustible articles c) Articles, which emit flammable gas by interaction with water Caâu 4: The IATA dangerous regulations a) is based on the International Civil Aviation Organization ( ICAO) Technical Instructions b) is based on operation requirements of the operator member c) is based on the ICAO technical instruction and incorporates additional operation requirements for accepting and transporting DGR safely and efficiently (T) d) is based on the ICAO technical instruction and VAR-OPS requirements Caâu 5: Why is necessary for crew members to have knowledge about DGR? a) To able to recognize and handle those goods when found in the cabin during flight (T) b) To assist ground personnel in handling DGR c) To be informed in which case to exclude passengers from transportation, if DGR are found in their possession Caâu 6: The main risk: “Danger to health - sometimes deadly if inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through the skin” belongs to which hazard class? a) Corrosive material (Class 8) b) Flammable liquids (Class 3) c) Toxic substance (Division 6.1) (T)
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2 Caâu 7: What do cockpit crew do if there is any incident/accident relating to DGR? a) Cockpit crew will inform the passengers of the situations b) Incident/accident have to be reported in form to responsible authorities by cockpit crew (T) c) Incident/accident will be reported by the local authorities Caâu 8: These following items may be considered as operator''s property a) First aid kits, slide/rafts, and life vests (T) b) Emergency escape slides, dry ice and chemical agent monitoring equipment c) Life rafts, life vests, and chemical agent monitoring equipment Caâu 9: Proper shipping name is ……… in the list of DGR a) name shown in light type and the descriptive text in bold type b) name shown in light type and the descriptive text in light type c) name shown in bold type (T) Caâu 10: Every package of dangerous goods must be marked a) with the proper shipping name, the UN/ID number, and the full name and address of the shipper and consignee (T) b) with the proper shipping name, the UN/ID number, and the full name and address of the shipper c) with the proper shipping name, the UN/ID number, and the full name and address of the consignee
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course PROJECT MA GM 591 taught by Professor Lisa during the Spring '12 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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