DOT Non Bulk Hazmat Training

$224.95
Delivery Type: 
Online
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Avg. Duration: 
3 Hrs.
Sections: 
General Awareness
Shipping Papers
Marking
Labeling
Placarding
Package Requirements
Security

The requirements of the DOT regulations are relative to US domestic hazardous materials transportation.  Hazardous materials training must be completed within 90 days of a person being assigned to perform a  job function that affects transportation.  Refresher training is required every three years for all hazmat personnel.
 
This online training is appropriate for personnel who directly handle or prepare non bulk hazardous materials shipments, and meets the general awareness, function specific, and security awareness requirements of the 49CFR, Part 172, Subpart H.  The course is designed to provide students a clearer understanding of the 49CFR manual and how to apply the regulations.

Dangerous Goods are solids, liquids or gasses that can harm people, other living organisms, property, or the environment. They are often subject to chemical reactions.

Anyone who ships, receives or handles hazardous materials that would affect transportation safety.  If you load, unload, fill, package, mark, label, placard, select a package, complete a shipping paper or hazardous waste manifest, segregate hazardous materials on a transport vehicle, block and brace hazardous materials, or classify a hazardous material you need to be trained.

Yes if you ship by air, you will need IATA/ICAO training. If you ship by vessel, you will IMDG training. If you ship by ground, you will need DOT 49 CFR training.

If you are considered a hazmat employee, then you are required by law to be trained. DOT regulations provide for civil and criminal penalties. You and your employer can be assesses a penalty for not being properly trained.