have been removed (or pages left blank intentionally) from the ERG because this ) doesn’t exist anymore in the version of the Guidebook. for accuracy and report any errors to CANUTEC at [email protected] DOT Distributed Over 2 Million Emergency Response Guidebooks to State CANUTEC at or via e-mail at [email protected] for distribution. CANUTEC, provides a 24 hour national bilingual (French and English) emergency response . ERG User’s Guide. Potassium phosphide.
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To the best of our knowledge, ERGO is problem free and relies strictly on the information contained in the Emergency Response Guidebook ERG and may or may not contain officially published erratadepending on the version that was downloaded. However, given the nature of computer hardware and xanutec, it is not intended to replace the Guidebook. Titles that are coloured blue will display information reg with a different tab.
Clicking this tab, or the water droplet icon toolbar button, provides a list of Water Reactive materials that generates one or more toxic gases when spilled in water. When you close and reuse the program, it will restart with your originally set default language choice.
At any time, you can switch from the ID number Index yellow list to the Name of Material Index blue list by using the yellow and blue book icons in the toolbar.
Please note that in the French and Spanish versions, the accents in the material names are mandatory.
Emergency Response Guides Clicking this tab or the orange book icon toolbar button, directly accesses the list of all Guide Numbers. The Guide Page orange section for each material is accessible by double-clicking an item. Name of Material Index or blue book icon toolbar button: In order to utilize the functionality of the Emergency Response Guidebooktwo methods of access are provided.
If you are looking for multiple ID numbers, two or more Material names or if you are searching with only a partial material name, the Advanced Search would be canktec method to use.
For a Polymerisation Hazard a dialog box with a warning appears. This table provides some information not available from other windows.
All items can be removed by right-clicking the word History at the top of the list. You will not often need to consult the whole Table because the information it contains will automatically be provided as a green header above the Guide Page when accessed by double-clicking a material highlighted in green.
Then move from tab to tab to view the results.
This list represents material names that match your search criteria. An item can be deleted by right-clicking the item and by selecting the delete button that appears. This is due to the fact that the distances for the generated gases were already taken into consideration when calculating the distances for the water reactive material. Placards Click this tab, or the three specific toolbar icons, to access the Placards, as well as the Rail Car and the Road Trailer silhouettes.
It remains available until deleted by the user. Copies are made available to public emergency responders through State Coordinators refer to the menu on the right in the United States of America. Clicking any material in any column produces the same behaviour as clicking the material in the indexes.
The first method is through the use of the toolbar icons and the second er is through the use of tabs. To search for a material name, simply enter the letters in the Search box. To date, nearly 11 million canitec have been distributed without charge to the emergency response community. It is primarily a guide canutce aid first responders in 1 quickly identifying the specific or generic classification of the material s involved in an incident, and 2 protecting themselves and the general public during the initial response phase of the incident.
If a material or a cantuec of its water-reactivity poses a fanutec threat of toxicity by inhalation because it can appreciably disperse in air, its Initial Isolation and Protective Action Efg IIPAD information will be displayed as a green header.
Select the desired placard or silhouette page by clicking the smaller image at the bottom right. Double-clicking a CWA produces the same behaviour as clicking the material in the indexes. As you type in the letters, the potential search results will appear.
Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) – NASTTPO
Displays the full list of materials or Emergency Response Guides. When you perform a search from within a tab, the search is actually performed within 212 information listed under that tab. Your search results are shown to the right. Again, clicking any material produces the same behaviour as clicking the material in the indexes. The ERG is intended to be used by firefighters, police, and other emergency services personnel who may be the first to arrive at the scene of a transportation incident involving hazardous material.
Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG)
The ERG is updated every four years to accommodate new products and technology. The Advanced Search can also be used to search for Emergency Response Guidebook pages or even a combination of all of the above items.
The quantity of matching material names decreases as you enter more letters. Double-clicking a drawing will open the Guide Page referenced by the placard or silhouette. Repeat this process until you have added all of your search criterias.
If you are looking for information on a single ID number or for a single material name, the Search srg is the quickest method. Select any one of the Guides by clicking the Guide Number in the left column. The pertinent Guide page for each toxic gas generated can be accessed by double-clicking the name of the gas located in this white box.