2 Day course includes DOT-49 CFR and Air Transport-IATA compliance requirement
This two day training seminar will complete your federal and state training requirements for Transporting Hazardous Materials or Wastes by Highway and Air. All attendees receive course Training Manual, Emergency Response Guidebook, Testing and DOT Certification. All attendees will work with the regulatory manuals (49CFR & IATA) and learn how to work through the regulations. Examples of proper packaging and closures with marking examples will be demonstrated.
Pacific Training provides training and certification based on specific 49 CFR - Federal Department of Transportation requirements. We provide the required training and testing for each employee to successfully understand and comply with these DOT Regulations.
We also offer In House Training for DOT, IATA, FRA, IMDG or OSHA Hazard Communication to meet your Company's specific needs as well as hourly consultation to review shipping documents, manifests, labels or SDS’s. Your in house training will be developed to meet your company’s particular training needs. We can use your shipping packages, bill of ladings, and security plans in the training as well as cover your closure instructions and any other documents that we need to cover.
Changes to proper shipping names, marking requirements and changes
to the 172.01 table.
Security Issues HM 232 Effective March 2003: Mandatory Security
Requirements for Shippers and Transporters of Hazardous Materials.
Any amount that requires placarding must have a written security
plan and employees must be trained no later than the date of the
first scheduled recurrent training after March 25, 2003.
Training Rule: (HM 172.700-Subpart H) Under DOT, IATA and IMDG
rules, periodic training must be performed every three years for
ground and two years for air, due to ever changing regulations.
All new employees must be trained within 90 days of hiring.
how to use the Regulations Properly: We will teach you how to
find your way through the regulations and understand their effects
on your operation. Learn about Hazardous Substances and Marine
Pollutant and how they affect you.
Regulatory Relief: Limited Quantities, Consumer Commodities, reuse
of packaging, exceptions versus exemptions, Attendees will learn
key distinctions between what is required, what is allowed and
what is prohibited.
Responsibilities: We will discuss shippers' versus carriers' responsibilities;
packaging manufacturer versus packer; joint responsibilities;
regulatory compliance responsibility and more.
ID and Proper Shipping Name: The most important step in DOT compliance
is precisely identifying your material. You will learn how to
use the 172.101 Hazmat Table to get the legal and correct Proper
Shipping Description; which all labeling, marking, packaging requirements
Performance Packaging: Specifying a package requires much more
attention to detail under HM 181. All new packages must meet the
new performance testing criteria. You will learn the performance
packaging system and markings. Learn what packages are excepted
from UN Performance Packaging.
a Shipment and the Communication Requirements: Learn the 10 easy
steps to determine the required marking, the proper labels, how
to prepare shipping papers or hazardous waste manifests, emergency
response information and the new placarding requirements. What
placards are required for mixed loads, for bulk shipments, the
4000Kg rule, the 1000Kg rule.
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