The Hazardous Materials Regulations of USDOT require initial and recurring training for a “HazMat Employee”. It is the responsibility of the “HazMat Employer” to identify their HazMat Employees and then to provide and document the required training.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
If you or your company are in any way involved in the loading, unloading, or transportation, or the preparation for transportation of a hazardous material (e.g. paint, adhesives, resins, acid or base, batteries, &etc.) you must provide initial and triennial (every three years) recurring training for your HazMat Employees.
If you are a business, then it is likely you are a HazMat Employer subject to the regulations of the US DOT.
Fines for non-compliance with training requirements begin at $450 per violation per day.
Identify and explain how US DOT defines a HazMat Employee and what training is required.
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Any person who is responsible for regulatory compliance at an industry or government agency. Anyone who is responsible in any way for transportation of hazardous or non-hazardous materials. (Even those responsible for transport of non-hazardous materials will benefit from a clear understanding of the difference between hazardous and non-hazardous per the regulations of the US DOT.
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Understand how US DOT defines a HazMat employeeand what training is required. Also know about the various hazardous materials regulations.
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