Online DOT Hazardous Materials Training

Online DOT Hazardous Materials Training

The Department of Transportation (DOT) serves the United States by ensuring a safe and accessible nationwide transportation system. The DOT also regulates the transportation of hazardous materials, and such material must be prepared in accordance with the DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations of 49 CFR 100-185 (HMR). Violators can have their shipments rejected and returned and/or be penalized (up to $186,610 per civil violation). Our training is designed to instruct employees in the requirements of the HMR as they pertain to offering hazardous materials, including hazardous waste, for highway shipment.

This 7-hour web-based course is a detailed review of the provisions of The Department of Transportation (DOT) Hazardous Materials Requirements (HMR) of 49 CFR 100-185.  It is designed to instruct employees in the requirements of the HMR as they pertain to offering hazardous materials including hazardous waste for highway shipment.

This course has been designed to assist offerors of hazardous materials in meeting the mandatory training requirements of 49 CFR 172.700-704.  At a minimum, DOT hazardous materials training is required every 3 years.

TOPICS COVERED

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Shipper’s Responsibilities
  • Registration, Security Planning, and Reporting
  • Classification, Packing Group Assignment
  • Naming of Hazardous Materials
  • Use of the Hazardous Materials Table
  • Exceptions and Special Permits
  • General Packaging
  • Packing Authorizations
  • The Hazardous Substances “RQ” Rule
  • UN-Specification Packaging Standards
  • Application of Markings and Hazard Labels
  • Completion of Shipping Papers
  • Placarding

Employees who require this training would include those who have a role in preparing hazardous materials for shipment, known as "hazmat employees".

Those roles may include any or all of the following: identifying and classifying hazardous materials or profiling hazardous wastes, selecting or preparing packagings, labeling or marking packagings, and reviewing or preparing shipping papers (bills of lading or hazardous waste manifests). 


Pricing

  • First User: $499
  • 2 through 5 Users: $399/person
  • 6 or more Users: $299/person

Price: $499.00

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