The following items will test your knowledge of the material covered in this lesson. There is only one correct
answer for each item. When you complete the exercise, check your answers with the answer key at the end of
this subcourse. If you answer any items incorrectly, go back to the part of the lesson that contains the
information involved and study again.
1. What kind of storage tanks need to have a certified capacity table?
A. All storage tanks of 10,000 gallons or less.
B. All storage tanks greater than 10,000 gallons.
C. All storage tanks.
D. Certified capacity tables are optional.
2. What is the biggest challenge in accounting for Class III products?
A. Completing the daily status report.
B. Completing the MBPAS.
C. Training petroleum handling personnel to ensure that safe and proper procedures are followed.
D. Adequately measuring the products, particularly bulk products.
3. What is required when actual losses of petroleum product exceed the stated allowance and the entire loss
has a monetary value of 0 or more?
A. A report of survey.
B. A causative research.
C. Stock and property records.
D. Request for Issue or Turn-In.
4. What is the MBPAS used for?
A. To record the receipt of petroleum into a Class III facility.
B. To request packaged and bulk products or to turn in excess cans, drums, or supplies.
C. To reflect the on-hand inventory and to make adjustments to the accountable stock records.
D. To post accountable records.
5. When should you correct fuel volume using the volume correction factor?
A. When losses or gains are less than 1%.
B. When losses or gains exceed 1%.
C. When volume quantities are less than 3,500 gallons.
D. When volumes observed at temperatures other than 60F equal or exceed 3,500 gallons.