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16 Hazmat Worker Interview Questions

Question 1 of 16
Why do you want to be a hazmat worker?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
I want to became a better driver and expand my knowledge.
2.
Promotion and greater knowledge. Satisfaction of doing a competent job.
3.
I feel that becoming a HM worker I will add one more safe operator to the field.
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Question 2 of 16
Are you nervous about the dangers that come with this job?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
As long as all safety precautions are met and you concentrate on what you`re doing then everything should be find.
2.
I feel as long as I do my job in a safe manner and adhere to DOT guides and laws everything would be fine.
3.
I feel as long as I do my job in a safe manner and adhere to DOT guides and laws everything would be fine.
4.
Our job is very dangerous. So with safety in mind, our job is to mitigate hazards in the utmost safe and timely nature. I trust my competence and my co-workers to provide crucial and pertinent information to be able to ID the material helping to choose the correct Poe and equipment to complete our job.
5.
Yes but only to a point that makes me a better operator for hazardous material.
6.
I feel that becoming a HM worker I will add one more safe operator to the field.
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I feel that with the personal protective clothing I will be adequately protected against any contamination.
Question 3 of 16
How important is following safety procedures?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Very important not only does my life depend on it but as well as my co workers and people around me.
2.
It`s the number one thing you should always do safety is foremost the most important thing about this job.
3.
Highly important; it involves my life and the life of others.
4.
Safety procedures are extremely important to prevent any contamination.
Question 4 of 16
Why is it important that a contaminated area is fully cleaned from hazardous materials?
User-Submitted Answers
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You want to make that no residue is left behind that might contaminate that area.
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So the people and environment around the are of the contamination are safe.
3.
Don't want to spread hazardous materials to other location creating both environmental and biological problems to others.
4.
Because it it is a danger to public health.
Question 5 of 16
What part of being a Hazmat worker do you dislike?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Since this will be my first job as a Hazmat worker I have no answer for that only to say that I look forward to learning every aspect of the job so as I won`t have any complains about the job.
2.
Since this will be my first job as a Hazmat worker I have no answer for that only to say that I look forward to learning every aspect of the job so as I won`t have any complains about the job.
3.
Nothing this opportunity provides growth and development.
4.
The danger associated with it. The possibility of others around me not following safety regulations or being ask to perform any task against those regulations with retaliation when not doing so.
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About Hazmat Worker

November 20th, 2014

Hazardous materials (hazmat) removal workers identify and dispose of asbestos, radioactive and nuclear waste, arsenic, lead, and other hazardous materials. They also neutralize and clean up materials that are flammable, corrosive, reactive, or toxic.