Haz-Mat Internet Training - with all supporting material and certification - $255.00/per person


HAZMAT SERVICE TRAINING PACKET

DESCRIPTION AND INCLUDED ITEM LISTED:
HAZ-MAT INTERNET TRAINING / A GUIDE TO DEVELOPING A HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRAINING PROGRAM / HAZMAT GENERAL AWARENESS/ FAMILIARIZATION TRAINING CD / HAZMAT TRANSPORTATION SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING MODULE / ENHANCED SECURITY REQUIREMENTS BROCHURE / HOW TO USE THE HMR (ENGLISH) / HAZMAT SAFETY BROCHURE
SHIPPING BATTERIES SAFELY BY AIR BROCHURE / CERTIFICATION DOCUMENT SUPPLIED - TO BE SIGNED BY EMPLOYER INSTRUCTOR / SAFETY COORDINATOR

Compliance starts with proper hazardous material training as required by DOT 49 CFR, Part 172, Subpart H. Training Modules Version 5.1
Covers the following:
Introduction module
Module 1 (Hazardous Materials Table: HMT)
Module 2 (Shipping Papers)
Module 3 (Marking and Labeling)
Module 4 (Placarding)
Module 5 (Packaging)
Module 6a (Highway)
Module 6b (Air)
Module 6c (Rail)
Module 6d (Water)
Developing Hazmat Training Program Guide Covers:
Each Hazmat Employer Must train, test and certify.
Develop and retain records of current hazmat training (inclusive of preceding three years) for each hazmat employee (during the period of employment and 90 days thereafter)

Training Must Include
General awareness/familiarization - HAZMAT GENERAL AWARENESS/ FAMILIARIZATION TRAINING CD INCLUDED
Function-specific, training - INCORPORATED & INCLUDED WITH MODULE 5.1
Safety - HAZMAT SAFETY BROCHURE
Security awareness - HAZMAT TRANSPORTATION SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING MODULE INCLUDED
In-depth security training, if a security plan is required - ENHANCED SECURITY REQUIREMENTS BROCHURE INCLUDED

Initial Training
A new employee, or an employee who changes job functions, may perform hazmat job functions before completing training, provided:
the employee does so under the direct supervision of a properly trained and knowledgeable hazmat employee; and
the hazmat training is completed within 90 days of employment or change in job function.

Recurrent Training
Is required at least once every three years. The three-year period begins on the actual date of training.
Relevant training received from a previous employer or other source may be used to satisfy the requirements, provided a current record of training is obtained from the previous employer or source (i.e., OSHA, EPA, and other Federal or international agencies.) Training must address components specified in 172.704(a) of the HMR to be considered applicable.

Training Records Must Include
Hazmat employee's name
Completion date of most recent hazardous material training
Training Materials (Copy, description, or location)
Name and address of hazmat trainer –Person in charge of Safety & Training within your company
Certification that the hazmat employee has been trained and tested (supplied – to be signed and dated by employer instructor / safety co-coordinator).

Press Release 8/23/2010 - US DOT Advisory Alert

The US Department Of Transportation (DOT), Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and the COSTHA Air Carrier Roundtable would like to remind the hazardous materials community that effective October 1, 2009, the new packaging requirements for transporting cylinders containing compressed oxygen and other oxidizing gases and packages of chemical oxygen generators must be placed in rigid outer packagings that meet the specified flame penetration and thermal resistance requirements when transported aboard an aircraft.



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