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Our classroom hazardous materials training solutions satisfy initial and recurrent regulatory requirements for training hazmat employees in all modes of transport within the United States and internationally around the world respectively.
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Upcoming Ground DOT / 49 CFR Hazmat Training Classes
Hazardous Materials Training for Ground DOT / 49 CFR IntroductionAnyone involved in the transportation of hazardous materials must be properly trained to do so, under the requirements described in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations (49 CFR), Subpart H, governed by the United States Department of Transportation. These regulations are also referred to as the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR). This includes all hazmat employees (and supervisors) of small and large businesses, and even self-employed persons who ship hazardous materials frequently or infrequently. All of these people require hazmat training. Some examples include shipping personnel who prepare and sign shipping papers (hazmat certification) for ground transport, personnel responsible for classifying and identifying hazmat, and any other person who meets the definition of a hazmat employee needing an understanding of reading and interpretting 49 CFR regulatory guidelines.
Basic Training RequirementsAll hazmat employees must be trained in the following areas dealing with hazardous materials, as required in DOT 49 CFR §172.704(a):
Initial Training RequirementsEmployers and employees involved with hazardous materials in the United States must adhere to the training requirements as described in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart H, governed by the U.S. Department of Transportation. For all modes and job functions, the following regulations apply (DOT 49 CFR §172.702):
Recurrent Training RequirementsRegulatory law for recurrent hazmat training requires that all hazmat employees are to receive mandatory recurrent training within a three-year time period, under Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, for shipping hazardous materials by ground transport within the United States. Recurrent training is also required whenever changes to the regulations have been made pertaining to the hazardous materials that you transport or regarding your job function.
Hazmat Training Record RetentionA record of current training, including the last three years, must be kept and maintained for each hazmat employee while they remain an employee, and for a period of 90 days after the employee leaves(49 CFR, §172.704(d)). The following information must be kept in the record:
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