Sup says:"Just put it in a DR bag and give it to the clerk"
Well I don't have my old responder materials handy since I had to take them into work today after a deplorable performance by 3 different sups last Friday that clearly displayed no sense of knowledge of proper training regarding the leaking package procedures. But if memory serves, after putting on the PPE(that I likely don't have access to) you're supposed to PH Test it(with testing strips I'm almost certain aren't where they should be), consult the PH to determine the proper response sheet(either Corrosive or Flammable I believe) and go from there.A 4’diameter clear liquid is left on the floor from a previous shift there no way of knowing what this substance is.
What are you steps?
I am considering applying again once the current PT responder quits, I simply want to go into it better prepared with what I should know and be doing then I did last time.Apologies if that was addressed but it's a long read
I think this does make sense.I dont understand why responders dont get more money say 5 dollars an hour more......maybe in the next contract Sean will get the money responders rate..