DOT HazMat GHS Training
DOT HazMat/GHS Training and Dangerous Goods Training
Function Specific training is required for all HazMat employees under the U.S. DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR Part 172, Subpart H). HazMat training is required within 90 days for new employees and must be repeated every three years or periodically as rules change. We provide you with an exclusive educational experience by using expert instructors, engaging lectures, and hands-on exercises. We now include PHMSA’s HM-215K and HM-215L Final Rule, OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HAZCOM) revisions, and Globally Harmonized Systems(GHS). OSHA required updated HAZCOM training by December 1, 2013.
HazMat Solutions designed this training program to meet the federal guidelines for industries that transport, ship or receive hazardous materials. The training includes placarding, labeling, packaging, manifests, Hazardous Material Awareness and Function Specific Training – all are discussed as they relate to your facility. HM 232 Security Awareness Training requires all HazMat employers to include transportation security, suspicious packages, suspicious activity and product contamination as part of the initial training program.
- General Awareness
- What is a hazardous material
- Material Safety Data Sheets
- Markings and Colors
- NFPA Identification System
- Function Specific Training
- HazMat Tables
- Shipping Papers
- Loading and Segregation
- Air Flight Packaging/Labeling
- Spill Response
- Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG)
- DOT HazMat Security
- Awareness of Security Risks
- Suspicious Activity and Behavior
- Mail Alert
- Limited Quantities & Consumer Commodities versus Hazardous Material Shipments
Since 2000, HazMat Solutions’ staff have instructed thousands of firefighters, EMS, police and private industry emergency response teams. While we have developed specialized training programs for the DEA, Pentagon HazMat Team, and National Guard Civil Support Teams our primary mission is to minimize deaths and injuries at Industrial facilities by the accidental release of hazardous materials into the environment.
“Class Member Statement or Testimonial Specific to Hazardous Material Awareness Training”