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TRAIN YOUR TEAM: USDOT HazMat Employee Training Requirements Webinar
July 21 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
YOUR NEXT STEP: REGISTER! PROTECT YOUR TEAM: USDOT Hazardous Material Employee Training
- August 17 | 8:30am – 11:30am
- Fulfill the requirement for the next three years!
- Training is required every three years for any person whose job directly affects the safe transportation of a hazardous material (HazMat)
- Registration discounts for multiple attendees from a company. Register at https://bit.ly/IMEC-HazMat-Training-Aug
ADDITIONAL WEBINAR RESOURCES
- Handout | PROTECT YOUR TEAM: USDOT Hazardous Material Employee Training
- Free on-line sources of the USDOT/PHMSA HMR are available at:
- The DOT Chart 17 is a guidance document available from USDOT/PHMSA. It provides a good summary of the marks, labels, & placards used for HazMat transportation. This is new! It just replaced the DOT Chart 16.
- Safety and Security Plans and In-Depth Security Training Required by the US DOT for Shippers and Carriers of HazMat
- This article explains the USDOT/PHMSA Safety & Security Plan and the 16 HazMat consignments subject to the Plan and In-Depth Security Training.
The US Department of Transportation requires Hazardous Material training initially – within 90 days of employment – and every three years thereafter for any person whose job directly affects the safe transportation of a hazardous material (HazMat).
Join this training to learn:
- What constitutes hazardous materials
- Who is required to complete HazMat Employee Training
- How to complete HazMat Employee Training
- How hazardous waste, regulated by the USEPA, factors into this requirement
Not sure if this training applies to you or your employees? Check out this video for a quick introduction to the HazMat Employee Training requirement:
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Daniel Stoehr is the Owner and Training Services Provider for Daniels Training Services. He has over twenty years of experience with the EPA hazardous waste and the DOT HazMat Employee regulations. As an employee of Laidlaw Environmental Services, Daniel was subject to these regulations on a daily basis and received regular training as a HazMat Employee and Hazardous Waste Personnel. As an employee of Fehr-Graham and Associates, it was his responsibility to provide consulting and training services on a wide range of subjects to a variety of industrial facilities.
Unable to attend the live session? A recording of the panel discussion will be available for download at the IMEC Coronavirus: Update page.
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