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Driver’s Hazmat Training (Non-CDL Endorsement)

U.S. Dept. of Transportation 49CFR

TRAINING COST:

$205.65 ea for: 1- 4 Students
$164.52 ea for: 5-24 Students
$133.67 ea for: 25-49 Students
$102.83 ea for: 50-99 Students

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

Provides the training required and outlined under U.S. Department of Transportation Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (49CFR), Part 172, Subpart H for transporting non-placarded hazmat shipments. This training is mandatory for any driver transporting hazmat without a CDL (less than 1,001lbs).

This course provides familiarity with the requirements of U.S. Department of Transportation Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (49CFR) and enables the employee/student to recognize and identify hazardous materials consistent with the hazard communication standards. It is a systematic program that ensures a hazmat employee/student has familiarity with most of the requirements of being a hazardous materials driver, and will be able to recognize most hazardous materials and has knowledge of emergency response information, self-protection measures and accident prevention methods and procedures.

NOTE: This training does not meet the requirements for a hazmat endorsement on your commercial drivers license (CDL).

PRE-REQUISITE:

None

LEARNING OBJECTIVE:

At the conclusion of this course, the student should be able to:

  1. Recognize who regulates what in terms of hazardous materials in transportation.  United States rules & regulations versus international rules & regulations.
  2. Be able to define what a hazardous material is.
  3. Recognize the meaning of most proper marks and labels for a shipment to determine the type of risks it carries.
  4. Recognize DOT motor vehicle inspection requirements.
  5. Recognize proper loading, unloading, segregation & compatibility of loads.
  6. Understand the basic precautions to be taken when handling hazardous materials.
  7. Recognize security risks related to the transportation of hazardous materials in commerce.
  8. Be able to understand shipping papers
  9. Be able to determine when placarding is necessary.
FINAL OBJECTIVE:

Through all of this, emphasis will be placed on each student’s responsibility when transporting hazardous material.

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