E3211. DOT Hazmat Security Awareness. Leader s Guide

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1 E3211 DOT Hazmat Security Awareness Leader s Guide

2 This easy-to-use Leader s Guide is provided to assist in conducting a successful presentation. Featured are: INTRODUCTION: A brief description of the program and the subject that it addresses. PROGRAM OUTLINE: Summarizes the program content. If the program outline is discussed before the video is presented, the entire program will be more meaningful and successful. PREPARING FOR AND CONDUCTING THE PRESENTATION: These sections will help you set up the training environment, help you relate the program to site-specific incidents, and provide program objectives for focusing your presentation. REVIEW QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: Questions may be copied and given to participants to document how well they understood the information that was presented. Answers to the review questions are provided separately. INTRODUCTION Every day, millions of tons of hazardous materials are safely transported throughout the country. In the wrong hands, however, they can and have been used against us. The September 11 th tragedy made us realize that we need to protect ourselves everyday from terrorists who murder and destroy in unprecedented ways. As a part of a comprehensive strategy to protect the U.S. from future terrorist attacks, the DOT has added a number of security requirements to its HazMat regulations. As part of these changes, all companies that transport or cause the transportation of hazardous materials must provide security training for their employees. This video is designed to make employees aware of the security risks associated with handling and transporting hazardous materials. It will also acquaint them with methods that can be used to enhance transportation security and help them recognize and respond to possible security threats. Topics include a facility s internal security measures, protecting facilities from terrorism, safeguarding hazardous materials during the transportation process, security responsibilities of truck drivers and security responsibilities for workers who receive hazardous materials. PROGRAM OUTLINE BACKGROUND As part of a comprehensive strategy to protect the U.S. from future terrorist attacks, the DOT has added a number of security requirements to its HazMat regulations. As part of these changes, all companies that transport or cause the transport of hazardous waste must provide Security Awareness training for their employees. This includes everyone involved in the transportation of hazardous materials, from the manufacturing and testing of shipping containers to the unloading of the materials at their final destination. This Security Awareness program discusses 1) security risks involved in handling and transporting hazardous materials; 2) how to recognize potential security threats; 3) methods of enhancing HazMat security; and, 4) specific actions to take during a security breach or attack. This training is critical. You and your coworkers may be the first line of defense in preventing a terrorist attack. Years ago, terrorists tended to rely on conventional military weapons, but today they have added hazardous materials to their arsenals. Many types of hazardous materials are available and a number of them possess the ability to cause major damage and inflict mass casualties.

3 When asking who to be on the lookout for, we must remember that terrorists can have many faces: they may be members of a high-trained foreign cell, from a domestic militant organization or a misguided individual who has his own twisted agenda. In many ways, terrorists are like any other type of criminal, so some of the same precautions you would use to safeguard consumer goods also work with hazardous materials. INTERNAL SECURITY MEASURES Enhancing security requires an examination of a facility from the inside-out. Internal threats can often be the most dangerous. Employees have knowledge of a facility s layout and security procedures and may even have access to sensitive areas, so a misguided worker can pose an extremely serious threat. Internal security is an ongoing process. It starts with background checks being performed before a new employee is hired. Typical internal security measures also include conducting spot-checks of personal vehicles and lockers, having visitors show identification and sign in and accompanying visitors while they are at the facility. If your facility uses other companies to transport hazardous materials, the security measures that they have in place should also be checked regularly. Unintentional security breaches can provide terrorists with information that is useful to their plots as well. Terrorists can intercept , so confidential information shouldn t be sent over any computer network unless the messages can be encrypted. Files that detail your company s security measures should only be stored on computers that are protected by firewalls. Sensitive information shouldn t be discussed on cell phones either. Terrorists can eavesdrop on your conversations. Never discuss the hazardous materials that are handled at your facility, or your facility s security measures, in public. You don t know who may be listening. DETERMINING IF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COULD BE USED AS WEAPONS To do your part to enhance HazMat security, you need to know what hazardous materials are stored at and transported to and from your facility. You also need to know which of these substances could be used as weapons. Potentially dangerous HazMats include flammables, explosives, corrosives, reactive substances and materials that are toxic to people or the environment. The DOT Emergency Response Guidebook is an invaluable resource for determining the characteristics and hazards of these types of materials. By referring to the green section, you can easily see how one of the substances could threaten the health and welfare of an entire community. If your company handles biological materials or infectious waste, it is also important to determine if these substances could be used as weapons. PROTECTING A FACILITY FROM TERRORISM Protecting a facility from terrorism is much easier than protecting individual HazMat shipments. You can

4 use a number of methods to prevent unauthorized access, such as barriers, bright lights, security cameras and alarm systems. If possible, entry to a facility should be through a single, well-guarded access way. Parking for visitors should be well away from hazardous materials storage areas. Of course, barriers and other deterrents are useless if someone leaves a gate open or fails to set an alarm. To ensure that unauthorized people are kept out of the facility, it is critical for all employees to follow good security practices. In addition to controlling access to a facility, it is equally important to secure the hazardous materials that are onsite. All hazardous materials should be locked in storage rooms, fenced-in areas or separate high-security buildings and valves on tanks and storage valves should be secured as well. Other things that can help keep everything safe and sound include using a sign-out system for keys to restricted areas and performing frequent inspections to make sure that no one has tampered with locks or other security equipment. SAFEGUARDING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DURING THE TRANSPORTATION PROCESS Hazardous materials are most vulnerable to theft and sabotage while they are being transported, but there are several things that can be done so they can hit the road safely. In general, it is better to schedule several smaller deliveries of hazardous materials rather than one large delivery. This limits the quantity that could be stolen at any one time and it also reduces the likelihood that a single shipment could be used as a weapon of mass destruction. Terrorists may steal smaller shipments as well and stockpile them to carry out an attack at a later date, so even small amounts of missing hazardous materials must be reported to the police. Sometimes it takes several small tips for authorities to be able to piece together the big picture that points to a terrorist plot. Terrorists may also try to purchase HazMats legally. Everyone, from the person taking an order to the driver delivering the shipments, needs to be aware of two things: who is receiving the hazardous materials and what they are being used for. Particular attention should be given to orders from new customers. Things to keep an eye out for include: Last-minute shipments that require rush processing; The customer s lack of knowledge about the proper use of a material; Delivery to an unusual location; Apparent stockpiles of other shipments of hazardous materials, especially materials that are not normally used together; Refusal to sign for a shipment or show photo identification; An offer of a cash payment or bribe to deliver a shipment. If there are any concerns that someone may use hazardous materials to carry out a terrorist attack, law enforcement personnel should be contacted immediately. SECURITY RESPONSIBILITIES OF TRUCK DRIVERS Although hazardous materials are transported by many different types of vehicles, most shipments are made by trucks. Once hazardous materials are on the road, the driver becomes responsible for maintaining the security of the shipment. Many of the security measures are the same, regardless of whether the materials are being transported in a big rig or a small van.

5 Before leaving a facility, drivers should perform a pre-trip inspection to make sure that everything is secure. To prevent theft or sabotage, trailer doors should be locked. It is also a good idea to use security seals on truck doors so it is easy to see if anybody tries to tamper with the load. If the hazardous materials are transported in a vehicle that has an open bed, they should be chained down. Small quantities can be locked inside of an equipment chest. The route a shipment takes should be as short as possible, but if regular deliveries are made to the same facilities the delivery times and roads should vary. This will make it harder for someone to plan a hijacking. Whenever HazMat shipments are on the road, drivers should check in with their dispatcher frequently to inform them of any delays, detours or stops that need to be made. Specifics about the load and details about the route, however, should never be discussed over CB radio or cell phones; terrorists could be eavesdropping. A parked vehicle is more vulnerable to hijacking, sabotage and cargo theft than a moving target, so drivers need to be particularly cautious when they are stopping at fueling stations, restaurants and rest stops. Trucks should never be parked in remote locations. Well-lit areas should be chosen at night. Drivers should lock their vehicles whenever they leave them. They also need to keep an eye out for anyone tampering with the vehicle or the load. A quick inspection of the vehicle and the cargo should be performed before the driver gets going again. It is important to make sure that nothing has been tampered with. If you are being followed, call 911 immediately and give your location. Stay off back roads until help arrives. Give yourself room to maneuver so you can t be sandwiched between other vehicles. SECURITY FOR RECEIVING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Once hazardous materials arrive at their destination, the workers unloading them are responsible for making sure that the shipment is not a threat to the facility. The security procedures that they perform are especially important when the materials being delivered are transported by another company. If a delivery is not expected, the carrier that sent them should be contacted immediately to verify that the shipment is legitimate. Before a shipment is unloaded, its shipping papers must be checked and the vehicle and its cargo should be thoroughly inspected. Containers should be closely examined for signs of damage and tampering. Workers should also be on the lookout for containers that are of an unusual shape, are improperly labeled or don t match the description in the shipping papers. Special attention should be given to shipments that enter the U.S. from other countries. There may not have been much security at their points of origin. If the origins of a container are questionable or it is damaged in any way, it should be refused. Any evidence of tampering or theft should be reported to management so that they can contact law enforcement. Warehouse doors should be closed immediately after a shipment is unloaded. Keeping terrorists locked out is one of the simplest ways to protect HazMats throughout the transportation process.

6 PREPARE FOR THE SAFETY MEETING OR TRAINING SESSION Review each section of this Leader's Guide as well as the videotape. Here are a few suggestions for using the program: Make everyone aware of the importance the company places on health and safety and how each person must be an active member of the safety team. Introduce the videotape program. Play the videotape without interruption. Review the program content by presenting the information in the program outline. Copy the review questions included in this Leader's Guide and ask each participant to complete them. Make an attendance record and have each participant sign the form. Maintain the attendance record and each participant's test paper as written documentation of the training performed. Here are some suggestions for preparing your videotape equipment and the room or area you use: Check the room or area for quietness, adequate ventilation and temperature, lighting and unobstructed access. Check the seating arrangement and the audiovisual equipment to ensure that all participants will be able to see and hear the videotape program. Place or secure extension cords to prevent them from becoming a tripping hazard. CONDUCTING THE PRESENTATION Begin the meeting by welcoming the participants. Introduce yourself and give each person the opportunity to become acquainted if there are new people joining the training session. Explain that the primary purpose of the program is to make viewers aware of the security risks associated with hazardous materials. Introduce the videotape program. Play the videotape without interruption. Review the program content by presenting the information in the program outline. Lead discussions about specific operations at your company that involve hazardous materials and what your employees can do to ensure these materials stay safe and secure. Use the review questions to check how well the program participants understood the information. After watching the videotape program, the viewer will be able to explain the following: Internal security measures for keeping a facility safe and secure; How hazardous materials should be safeguarded during the transportation process; The security responsibilities of truck drivers who transport hazardous materials; The security responsibilities of employees who unload deliveries of hazardous materials.

7 DOT HAZMAT SECURITY AWARENESS REVIEW QUIZ Name Date The following questions are provided to check how well you understand the information presented during this program. 1. In many ways, terrorists are like any other type of criminal. a. true b. false 2. Files that detail your company s security measures should only be stored on computers protected by. a. anti-viruses b. security gaurds c. firewalls 3. Which section of the DOT Emergency Response Guidebook indicates if a substance poses a threat to the health and welfare to a community? a. blue b. green c. orange d. yellow 4. Protecting individual shipments of hazardous materials from terrorism is easier than protecting a facility that handles HazMats. a. true b. false 5. Once hazardous materials are on the road, the is responsible for maintaining the security of the shipment. a. company delivering the shipment b. company receiving the shipment c. truck driver 6. A parked truck is more vulnerable to terrorist activity than a moving one. a. true b. false 7. Who is responsible for making sure a shipment is not a threat to a facility once it arrives at its destination? a. the truck driver b. workers unloading the shipment c. officials from the delivering company 8. As a receiver of hazardous materials, you should repair any damaged containers before unloading them from the delivery vehicle. a. true b. false

8 ANSWERS TO THE REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. b 5. c 6. a 7. b 8. b

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