MONTHLY SCHEDULED WEBINARS
Experience tells us nothing is better than live, one-on-one, instruction.
When on-site hazmat training is not feasible, for some applications, consider our live instructor-led hazmat webinars.
Covering all the pertinent regulatory information properly really requires a close interaction with trainer and student.
We have put together some popular training subjects that lend themselves to this format and can be addressed in 2-3 hours.
During each fully interactive webinar, attendees can obtain immediate answers to their questions when they need clarification.
They will also complete a final written test at the end of the class. This formalizes their comprehension by demonstrating their understanding of the material presented.
A certificate of attendance will be issued and the hazmat employer can use this material to assist in compliance with their hazmat employer training obligations found in Sub-part H Section 172.702 of CFR49.
- This presentation will cover the regulatory shipping requirements for research & diagnostic samples that are either exempt (non-pathogenic) or are classified as Biological substances Category B, UN3373, as well as, UN1845 Dry Ice. It will not cover the more stringent requirements for shipping a Category A infectious substances.
- Dry Ice is fully regulated by air, if you ship solid CO2 as a refrigerant, appropriate training is required. As most research & diagnostic shippers use Dry Ice we have included the regulatory requirements in this webinar.
- DOT interpretation letter clarifying training requirements for shipper’s of infectious substances...DOT100188
- The shipping of lithium batteries has become a major dangerous goods shipping issue for everyone involved, especially the shipper.
- As innocuous as they may be, Lithium batteries are found everywhere in our modern technological oriented society.
- The average shipper has a daunting task of understanding the variances between the DOT domestic regulations in CFR 49 as well as the international standards of ICAO/IATA & IMDG Code.
- This webinar will assist shipper’s of small cells & batteries to clarify what is required and what exceptions apply for both surface (domestic and international) and air shipments.
- This webinar gives the attendee the details necessary for completely understanding the domestic (USA) as well as the more intricate international regulatory requirements.
- Shipping a consumer commodity, or ORM-D, domestically in the USA has relatively less regulatory restrictions than most fully regulated hazardous materials. But a lot of shipper’s don’t know how the regulations apply for offering a hazardous material as a consumer commodity.
- After this webinar the attendee will know what the regulatory requirements are for both domestic and international shipments per CFR49, Air- IATA DGR and Vessel- IMDG Code.
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