An explosion is a sudden, violent release of energy accompanied by the expansion of high-pressure gases. An explosive is any chemical compound, mixture, or device intended to create an explosion. This course discusses types of explosive materials and their UN (United Nations) hazard classifications. It reviews common explosion hazards as well as the recommended personal protective equipment. This course illustrates proper material handling, storage security, best practices for blasting operations, and explosives disposal.
- State the definition of an explosion and an explosive
- List examples of explosives
- List the United Nations' classifications of explosives
- List common applications of commercial explosives
- Describe common hazards of explosives
- Describe common recommended PPE when handling explosives
- List best practices for handling explosives
- List best practices for explosive storage security
- List best practices for blasting operations
- Describe requirements for safe disposal of undetonated explosives
26 Minutes (16 min. video + 10 min. test)
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