Okay hazmat guys, let's talk about a nasty scenario:
road accident involving a tanker, pressurized tank filled of Butadiene.
The tanker has rolled over and there is a spill in the liquid phase space of the vessel, what would you do?
Consider that is night and the tanker crashed while crossing an industrial area near an harbour, workers on place in the surrounding industry.
Some info about butadiene:
Boiling point 24 °F, very low flash point, carcinogens, can polymerize with a sudden exothermic reaction.
Discuss PPE and SOP, consider that the conductor is badly injured and need medical attention: he sustained head injury but you will found him collapsed outside the tanker, near the spill.