Hazmat 2020 Test 14 February 2019 SCA Admin No comments Welcome to your Hazmat Training Name Email 1. Given that an aerosol container of hairspray is an exception to the HMR, what other requirements must the container meet to be allowed aboard? The aerosol container can be no more than 14 ounces. It must be securely stowed in an overhead bin or container. The aerosol container must have a cap securely fastened. 2. What is the maximum penalty for a knowing/willful violation of the HMR, which results in injury or death? No fines for the pilot; only the Operator will be liable. Up to $175,000 and 10 years in prison Up to $150,000 and 5 years in prison3. Can passengers bring implanted medical devices/pacemakers aboard the aircraft? No, the pilot must remove these devices before the passenger boards. Yes. Yes, as long as the flight crew determines the implant does not contain any corrosive materials.4. Who can load baggage and supplies on our Charter aircraft? Pilots, passengers and line crew. Flight crew, mechanics, and knowledgeable line workers. Only personnel trained and tested in our Hazmat program. 5. May the passengers carry self-defense spray on the flight? Self defense spray may be brought on board, provided there is a safety catch on the activation mechanism and it is kept in checked baggage. No, the corrosive nature of self-defense spray prevents it from complying with the HMR. Yes, provided the safety mechanism is engaged. 6. May the passengers or crew use dry ice? Yes, in quantities less than 5.5 pounds, in vented containers only. No. Yes, in quantities of less than 4.4 kilograms, in sealed containers only. Only Vanilla Ice may be carried. 7. Are passengers allowed to bring flame-producing devices aboard the aircraft? Yes, but only one packet of safety matches or lighter is allowed. Yes, but only butane lighters with spare cartridges are allowed. Yes, but only securely-stowed strike-anywhere matches are allowed. No, never. 8. May the passengers consume beer and/or wine aboard the aircraft? Yes. Beer, wine and other alcohol less than 24% are not subject to the HMR. No, only alcohol above 24% abv may be carried. Yes, but no more than 1.45 gallons can be carried aboard the aircraft.9. How many ounces total of toiletry/medicinal-use Hazardous Materials and/or aerosols are permitted to be carried? No more than 74 oz., and 14oz. each container. Not more than 70% alcohol by volume. No more than 70 ounces, and maximum 18 oz. each container. 10. May we carry a spare bicycle tire and wheel assembly on board charter flights? No. Yes, but it must be deflated. Yes. 11. What's wrong with this picture? The product needs a cap securely fastened and to be carried in checked baggage only. The product is an HMR exception, but needs a cap securely fastened. The product is not allowed in any quantity. 12. May the flight crew carry spare lithium-ion batteries for their noise-canceling headsets? No; only existing batteries in electronics are allowed. Yes, if the batteries are packaged and/or protected from short circuits. Yes, flight crew is exempt from the HMR. 13. May the passengers consume this aboard charter flights? Yes; the container is small enough to be an HMR exception. No; at 151 Proof, the Alcohol By Volume (abv) is too high. Only if they like to party. 14. What type of Hazardous Materials classification applies to Gran-Aire, Inc./Spring City Aviation East, LLC? Will-Carry Operator. Excepted Will-Carry Operator. Will-Not Carry Operator. Cargo and Passenger Will-Carry Excepted Operator. 15. True or False: The Department of Transportation requires all Hazardous Materials to be labelled on inner packaging? True. False. 16. May passengers possess and transport small arms ammunition? No, only the passengers fists of fury may be used. Yes, up to 19.1mm and only in checked baggage. Yes, but only shotgun shells in individual boxes. No, the flight crew must transport all small arms ammunition in the cockpit. 17. How often is recurrent Hazardous Materials training required? No recurrent Hazmat training is required; only initial training. Every 12 calendar months. Every 24 calendar months. 18. What is the definition of Hazardous Materials? a substance or material, which has been determined by the Secretary of Transportation to be capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety, and property when transported in commerce, and which has been so designated. a substance or material, which has been determined by the Secretary of Transportation to be capable of posing an reasonable risk to people and property when transported in commerce. Any corrosive, poisonous, gaseous, compressed, or caustic substance. 19. May we carry an inflated spare King Air wheel and tire assembly with us on charter flights? Yes, but only if we become a Will-Carry Operator. No, compressed gases are not allowed by the HMR. Yes we can, as long as the tire is not over-inflated and is securely stowed. 20. May we carry a wheelchair with a non-spillable battery? Yes, but the wheelchair and its battery must be carried as checked baggage, the battery terminals disconnected, and the battery stored securely in a separate container or secured to the wheelchair. No, only spillable batteries are exempted from the HMR. Yes, but the wheelchair must remain upright at all times. 21. May the passengers carry spare batteries in checked baggage? Yes they may. No, only in carry-on baggage. Only the batteries contained in consumer electronics may be carried. 22. Can the passengers bring aboard purchased cologne/perfume? Yes. No. Only if less than 24% abv. 23. May the passengers consume alcohol which is 25% alcohol by volume during charter flights? Yes, as long as no more than 70 ounces are brought aboard. No, 24% ABV is the maximum; further, the Operator must provide any alcohol Yes, but the Operator must provide the alcohol. Thanks for completing your Hazardous Materials training for 2019; a 100% score on the test is required to finish.