For Class C explosives, use Guide 50.
When in the vicinity of an accident involving any cargo--
move and keep people away from the incident scene.
do not walk into or touch any spilled material.
avoid inhaling fumes, smoke, and vapors even if no hazardous
materials are involved.
do not assume that gases or vapors are harmless because of the
lack of smell.
PART C - SUPERVISE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS HANDLING ON MOTOR VEHICLES
TRANSPORTATION OFFICER RESPONSIBILITIES
The transportation officer responsible for the shipment of hazardous
comply with regulations and instructions governing the safe
ensure that drivers receive proper instruction (including
accident and delay reporting) prior to dispatch of vehicles.
maintain records of shipments of Classes A and B explosives,
poisons, and Radioactive III materials.
trace shipments which are overdue 24 hours after estimated date
Ensure completion and distribution of DD Form 6 (Report of
Packaging and Handling Deficiencies).
report discrepancies on SF 361 (Discrepancy in Shipment
The MTMC area commander will select the routing for explosives and
poisons, Classes A and B, and Radioactive III materials and for all
In addition, the MTMC
area commander will route all shipments by