DOT 49 CFR Hazardous Material Training
Department of Transportation
Title 49 CFR Parts 100-185
Mode of Transportation: Ground/Air (US Domestic)
As detailed in the DOT Title 49 CFR (172.704), this training is mandatory for those involved in the hazardous material shipping process. Training is required every 3 years, with initial training to be received within 90 days of employment/change in job function. If you are unsure of who at your facility requires this training, click here for the DOT’s Definition of a Hazmat Employee. This course meets both initial and recurrent training requirements.
Format of the regulations, general requirements, UPS requirements, training requirements, security awareness, hazard classes, packing groups, use of the hazardous material table, hazardous substances, marine pollutants, identifying proper shipping names, non-specification and UN specification packaging requirements, exceptions and exemptions, marking, labeling, documentation, emergency response requirements, segregation, and placarding.
Course Materials Provided:
– Title 49 CFR Parts 100-185 (Revised October 2017)
– 2016 Emergency Response Guidebook
– Training Workbook
– Training Certificate
– Driver Card (if applicable)
Public Seminar Price: $295.00
Length: 8 hours
Public Webinar Price: $345.00