What is afman 23-110?

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wich class division contains toxic or poisonous substances ANS-- 6.1WHAT DOES A SHIPPING PAPER IDENTIFY IF IT HAS A PROPER SHIPPING NAME ID NUMBER AND HAZARD CLASS ANS-- A HAZARDOUS METERIAL49CFR REG FOR TRANSPORTING HAZ MATAFMAN 24-204(I) MOVEMENTS BY AIRERG ID NUMBER 1016 ANS 100 FEETWHAT DOES THE MARKING RQ IDENTIFY ANS HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCELABEL MASS EXPLOSION HAZARD ANS 1.1RQ= REPORTABLE QUANTITY HAZARDOUS MATERIAL49 CFR DEF REFRENCEERG (EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE BOOK)PAGESWHITE=YELLOW= ID NUMBERS OF HAZ MAT IN NUMERICAL SEQUENCEYELLOW BORDER=TOXIC MATERIALS ABC ORDERORANGE= SAFTY RECOMMENDATIONS FIRE/EXPLOSION/HEATH EXPOSIERORANGE BORDER=DIRECTIONS FOR FIRST RESPONDERSGREEN BORDER= TOXIC MATERIALS BY ID NUMBER TOXIC DISTANCESBLUE= HAZMAT IN ALPHABETICAL ORDERBLUE BORDER = LIST OF THE GUIDEBOOKCLASSI 173.50 EX EXPLOSIVESII 173.115 CG COMPRESSED GASIII173.120 FLAM FLAMMABLE LIQUIDSIV 173.124 FLAM FLAMMABLE SOLIDSV 173.127 OXI OXIDIZERS AND ORGANIC PEROXIDESVI 173.132 XXX TOXIC AND INFECTIOUS MATERIALSVII 173.403 RAD RADIOACTIVE MATERIALSVIII 173.136 CORROSIVE MATERIALSIX 173.140 MISCClass 1Div 1.1Explosives which have a mass explosion hazard. A mass explosion hazard is one which affects almost the entire load instantaneously.Class 1Div 1.2Explosives which have a projection hazard but not a mass explosion hazard.Class 1Div 1.3Explosive which have a fire hazard and either a minor blast hazard, minor projection hazard or both, but not a mass explosion hazard.Class 1Div 1.4Explosives presenting minor explosion hazards. Effects are largely confined to the package and no fragment projection of appreciable size or range is expected.Class 1Div 1.5Very insensitive explosives. This division has mass explosion hazards but are so insensitive there is little probability of initiation during transition.Class 1Div 1.6Extremely insensitive articles which do not have am mass explosion hazard. This division demonstrates negligible probability of accidental initiation.Class 2Div 2.1Flammable Gas: Compressed gases, which are flammable. Flammable gases may also be corrosive or toxic. Vapors will travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Many of these gases are heavier than air and spread close to ground causing vapor explosion hazard indoors, outdoors or in sewers.Class 2Div 2.2Non-Flammable Gas: Compressed gases which are not flammable, but which may be corrosive or toxic. These gases can cause suffocation by oxygen displacement. They do not burn readily but may support or accelerate a fire. High-pressure containers may explode in the heat of a fire.Class 2Div 2.3Poison Gas: Compressed gases or high vapor pressure liquids which are extremely toxic. These gases can also be flammable and /or corrosive. Even a low-level exposure can be harmful or fatal if inhaled or absorbed through the skin.Class 3Flammable/Combustible Liquids: Flammable liquids give off vapors which will travel to a source of ignition and will flash back. Some vapors can be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. These liquids may be toxic and/or corrosive. Combustible liquids may be ignited by heat, spark or flames but have higher flash point and require more effort to ignite.Class 4Div 4.1Div 4.2Div 4.3Flammable Solids (4.1), Spontaneously combustible, Pyrophoric (4.2) and Dangerous When Wet (4.3) materials may ignite and burn if exposed to heart, flame, shock, friction, air, water, or by self-heating. May reignite after fire is extinguished. These materials may burn rapidly with a flare-burning effect and may produce flammable or toxic gases. When involved in a fire these highly reactive materials may burst their containers and should be treated as explosives.Class 5Div 5.1Div 5.2Oxidizers/Organic Peroxides: Class 5 materials will ignite wood, oil, fuel, paper or other organic materials and may promote or accelerate fires to the point that containers may explode. Reactive with shin and clothes but not a vapor hazard unless fire is involved.Class 6Poisonous Material: Material in this class can be toxic or poisonous liquids or solids and are primarily hazardous by skin contact or ingestion. Inhalation dangers exist if fire is involved or when dust is airborne. May be fatal if inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through skin.Class 7Radioactive: These materials produce harmful radiation, which may not be detected without special equipment. Undamaged packages are safe; damaged packages can cause external radiation exposure. Do Not Handle.Class 8Corrosive materials are acids or bases in either liquid or solid form, which produce severe damage to skin on contact.Class 9Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials are those which do not meet the definition of any other hazard class.DO NOT use chemical if container labels are missing or illegible.DO NOT use contaminated mixing or measuring equipment.DO NOT eat, drink or smoke when handling hazardous materials.TITLE 49 49 CFR COVERS LAND SEA AND AIRDOD 4500.9R LAND SEA AND AIRINTERNATIONAL MARITIME DANGEROUS GOODS IMDG SEAAIR FORCE MAUAL AFMAN 24-204 I MILITARY AIRINTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION IATA AIR COMMERCIAL

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