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Air, Ocean, Lithium Battery, General Awareness and 49 CFR Highways 2019 Training Schedule

11380 NW 34th Street Doral, FL 33178

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In this 3-day initial training students will be exposed with the basic skills needed to prepare and/or verify, offer and/or accept shipments of dangerous goods for air transport. Training complies with the regulatory requirements in dangerous goods transportation based on the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Section 1.5 and 1.5.A Category 1 and 6 and 49 CFR §172.704(1-4).



 

Course Syllabus

Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall have satisfied training requirements for initial hazmat training in accordance with 49 CFR §172.704 and IATA Section 1.5.

Training includes:

  1. General familiarization training — which is aimed at providing familiarity with the general provisions;
  2. Function specific training —which will provide details in the requirements applicable to the function for which that person is responsible; and
  3. Safety training — which must cover the hazards presented by dangerous goods, safe handling and emergency response procedures.
  4. Security – security risks associated with hazardous materials transportation and enhancement of transportation safety.
  • Regulatory applicability – IATA and 49 CFR regulatory background and jurisdiction, key definitions and structure.
  • Classification and Identification - Class hazard definitions and compatibility, use of the Dangerous Goods Table / Special Provisions, and selection of the most correct proper shipping names.
  • Packaging - Identification and use of non-bulk packaging requirements, non-bulk packaging limitations, specification packaging requirements and selecting/verifying the correct package.
  • Marking and Labeling - Marking specification and proper application, identification and use/verification of correct hazard and handling labels.
  • Placarding - Placarding requirements, placarding specification, and responsibilities.
  • Documentation -Requirements for preparing and retaining shipping papers.
  • Emergency response - Requirements for providing and maintaining emergency response information, requirements for providing an emergency response telephone number.
  • Handling - Acceptance procedures, recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods, Storage and loading/offering procedures.
  • Security – TSA requirements for hazardous material handling.

Course Information

Students will participate in a comprehensive 3-day, instructor-led training regarding the use of the IATA dangerous goods regulations and how it applies to the employee in their work place. Training will include several exercises and examinations regarding all of the topics discussed throughout the training. Students will also use the IATA dangerous goods regulations in examples to enhance their understanding of the structure and sections of the regulations.

Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive a training certificate that satisfies IATA Section 1.5.5 and 49 CFR §172.704(d) for training record retention purposes.

In this 2-day initial training students will be exposed with the basic skills needed to prepare and/or verify, offer and/or accept shipments of dangerous goods for ocean transport. Training complies with the regulatory requirements in dangerous goods transportation based on the IMDG Dangerous Goods Regulations Chap. 1.3 and 49 CFR §172.704(1-4).



 

Course Syllabus

Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall have satisfied training requirements for initial hazmat training in accordance with 49 CFR §172.704 and IMDG Chap. 1.3.

Training includes:

  1. General familiarization training — which is aimed at providing familiarity with the general provisions;
  2. Function specific training — which will provide details in the requirements applicable to the function for which that person is responsible; and
  3. Safety training — which must cover the hazards presented by dangerous goods, safe handling and emergency response procedures.
  4. Security – security risks associated with hazardous materials transportation and enhancement of transportation safety.
  • Regulatory applicability –IMDG, 49 CFR regulatory background and jurisdiction, key definitions and structure.
  • Classification and Identification - Class hazard definitions and compatibility, use of the Dangerous Goods Table / Special Provisions, and selection of the most correct proper shipping names.
  • Packaging - Identification and use of non-bulk packaging requirements, non-bulk packaging limitations, specification packaging requirements and selecting/verifying the correct package.
  • Marking and Labeling - Marking specification and proper application, identification and use/verification of correct hazard and handling labels.
  • Placarding - Placarding requirements, placarding specification, and responsibilities.
  • Documentation - Requirements for preparing and retaining shipping papers.
  • Emergency response -Requirements for providing and maintaining emergency response information, requirements for providing an emergency response telephone number.
  • Handling - Acceptance procedures, recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods, Storage and loading/offering procedures.
  • Security –TSA requirements for hazardous material handling.

Course Information

Students will participate in a comprehensive 2-day, instructor-led training regarding the use of the IMDG dangerous goods regulations and how it applies to the employee in their work place. Training will include several exercises and examinations regarding all of the topics discussed throughout the training. Students will also use the IMDG dangerous goods regulations in examples to enhance their understanding of the structure and sections of the regulations.

Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive a training certificate that satisfies IMDG 1.3.1.3 and 49 CFR §172.704(d) for training record retention purposes.

In this 1-day recurrent training students will review the basic skills needed to prepare and/or verify, offer and/or accept shipments of dangerous goods for air transport. Training complies with the regulatory requirements in dangerous goods transportation based on IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Section 1.5 and 1.5.A Category 1 and 6 and 49 CFR §172.704(1-4).



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Course Syllabus

Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall have satisfied training requirements for recurrent hazmat training in accordance with 49 CFR §172.704 and IATA Section 1.5.

Training includes:

  1. General familiarization training —which is aimed at providing familiarity with the general provisions;
  2. Function specific training — which will provide details in the requirements applicable to the function for which that person is responsible; and
  3. Safety training — which must cover the hazards presented by dangerous goods, safe handling and emergency response procedures.
  4. Security – security risks associated with hazardous materials transportation and enhancement of transportation safety.
  • Regulatory applicability – IATA, 49 CFR regulatory background and jurisdiction, key definitions and structure.
  • Classification and Identification - Class hazard definitions and compatibility, use of the Dangerous Goods Table / Special Provisions, and selection of the most correct proper shipping names.
  • Packaging - Identification and use of non-bulk packaging requirements, non-bulk packaging limitations, specification packaging requirements and selecting/verifying the correct package.
  • Marking and Labeling -Marking specification and proper application, identification and use/verification of correct hazard and handling labels.
  • Placarding - Placarding requirements, placarding specification, and responsibilities.
  • Documentation - Requirements for preparing and retaining shipping papers.
  • Emergency response - Requirements for providing and maintaining emergency response information, requirements for providing an emergency response telephone number.
  • Handling -Acceptance procedures, recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods, Storage and loading/offering procedures.
  • Security – TSA requirements for hazardous material handling.

Course Information

Students will participate in a comprehensive 1-day, instructor-led training regarding the review of the IATA dangerous goods regulations and how it applies to the employee in their work place. Discuss changes that may have taken place since their last training. Training will include an examinations regarding all of the topics discussed throughout the training. Students will also review the IATA dangerous goods regulations in examples to enhance their understanding of the structure and sections of the regulations.

Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive a training certificate that satisfies IATA Section 1.5.5 and 49 CFR §172.704(d) for training record retention purposes.

In this 1-day recurrent training students will review the basic skills needed to prepare and/or verify, offer and/or accept shipments of dangerous goods for ocean transport. Training complies with the regulatory requirements in dangerous goods transportation based on the IMDG Dangerous Goods Regulations Chap. 1.3 and 49 CFR §172.704(1-4).



 

Course Syllabus

Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall have satisfied training requirements for recurrent hazmat training in accordance with 49 CFR §172.704 and IATA Section 1.5.

Training includes:

  1. General familiarization training — which is aimed at providing familiarity with the general provisions;
  2. Function specific training — which will provide details in the requirements applicable to the function for which that person is responsible; and
  3. Safety training — which must cover the hazards presented by dangerous goods, safe handling and emergency response procedures.
  4. Security – security risks associated with hazardous materials transportation and enhancement of transportation safety.
  • Regulatory applicability – IMDG, 49 CFR regulatory background and jurisdiction, key definitions and structure.
  • Classification and Identification - Class hazard definitions and compatibility, use of the Dangerous Goods Table / Special Provisions, and selection of the most correct proper shipping names.
  • Packaging - Identification and use of non-bulk packaging requirements, non-bulk packaging limitations, specification packaging requirements and selecting/verifying the correct package.
  • Marking and Labeling - Marking specification and proper application, identification and use/verification of correct hazard and handling labels.
  • Placarding - Placarding requirements, placarding specification, and responsibilities.
  • Documentation - Requirements for preparing and retaining shipping papers.
  • Emergency response - Requirements for providing and maintaining emergency response information, requirements for providing an emergency response telephone number.
  • Handling - Acceptance procedures, recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods, Storage and loading/offering procedures.
  • Security – TSA requirements for hazardous material handling.

Course Information

Students will participate in a comprehensive 1-day, instructor-led training regarding the review of the IMDG dangerous goods regulations and how it applies to the employee in the work place. Discuss changes that may have taken place since their last training. Training will include an examinations regarding all of the topics discussed throughout the training. Students will also review the IMDG dangerous goods regulations in examples to enhance their understanding of the structure and chapters of the regulations.

Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive a training certificate that satisfies IMDG Chap. 1.3.1.3 and 49 CFR §172.704(d) for training record retention purposes.

 

In this 1-day training students will be exposed with the basic skills needed to handle, offer and/or accept shipments of dangerous goods for air, ocean and ground transport. Training complies with the regulatory requirements in dangerous goods transportation based on the IATA, IMDG Dangerous Goods Regulations and 49 CFR §172.704(1-4).

 

Course Outline

  • This program will provide a basic understanding of dangerous goods for office personnel who may deal indirectly with hazardous materials and warehouse personnel who handle or move hazardous packages or containers.
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  • Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall have satisfied training requirements for initial/recurrent hazmat training in accordance with 49 CFR, §172.704(a)(1), IATA, Table 1.5.B and IMDG,1.3.1.2.1

NOTE: Personnel involved in classifying, packing, labeling or creating dangerous goods documents will need to complete the more in-depth function specific programs for Air, Ocean and/or Ground.

Training includes:

  1. General familiarization training – Which is aimed at providing familiarity with the general awareness provisions;
    • Regulatory applicability – IATA, IMDG and 49 CFR regulatory background and jurisdiction, key definitions.
    • The 9 Hazard Classes – Packing Groups compatibility, examples of the use of the Dangerous Goods Table.
    • Packaging – Identification and use of non-bulk packaging requirements, non-bulk packaging limitations, specification packaging requirements and basic selection/verification of the correct package.
    • How to recognize Hazardous Material Marks and Labels – Marking specification and proper application, identification and use/verification of correct hazard and handling labels.
    • Placarding - Placarding requirements and responsibilities.
    • How to read and understand Documentation.
    • Emergency response – Requirements for providing and maintaining emergency response information, requirements for providing an emergency response telephone number.
    • Handling – Recognition of Dangerous Goods and Undeclared Dangerous Goods.
  2. Safety training — Which must cover the hazards presented by dangerous goods, safe handling and emergency response procedures.
  3. Security – Security risks associated with hazardous materials transportation and enhancement of transportation safety.

Course Information

Students will participate in a 1-day, instructor-led training course regarding the use of the IATA, IMDG and 49 CFR dangerous goods regulations and how it applies to the employee in their work place. Training will include an examination regarding the topics discussed throughout the training. Students will also use the dangerous goods regulations in examples to enhance their understanding of the structure and sections of the regulations. Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive a training certificate that satisfies IATA, IMDG and 49 CFR for training record retention purposes.

 


ARE YOU IN COMPLIANCE WITH:
New Regulations for Shipping Lithium Batteries

Get in compliance with the latest 49 CFR, IATA, and IMDG requirements for shipping lithium batteries by air and vessel. This seminar covers updates to Federal and International regulations and is designed to satisfy DOT's "function-specific" training requirement at 49 CFR 172.704(a)(2). Sign up now to protect your employees; prevent incidents in transit; and avoid DOT fines.

Note: This is a supplementary course and should be preceded by one of the function specific Air, Ocean or Ground training programs.



 

Course Syllabus

Code CFR 49
173.185D(iv)

Each person who prepares a package for transport containing lithium cells or batteries, including cells or batteries packed with, or contained in, equipment in accordance with the conditions and limitations in this paragraph, must receive adequate instruction on these conditions and limitations, commensurate with their responsibilities.

IATA 58th Edition – Dangerous Goods Regulations

1.6 Adequate Instruction for Shipping Section II Lithium Batteries.
1.6.1 Section II of the lithium battery packing instructions, PI 965-PI 970, include a requirement that "Any person preparing or offering cells or batteries for transport must receive adequate instruction on these requirements commensurate with their responsibilities". The packing instructions however do not define or describe what is considered as "adequate instruction".

Shipping Lithium Battery Training Topics:

  • Latest 49 CFR, IATA, and IMDG regulations.
  • Revised requirements for excepted batteries.
  • Classifying, marking, labeling, packing and placarding shipments.
  • Shipping batteries ‟in equipment" and ‟with equipment".
  • Completing Airway Bills and Shipper's Declarations.

Who Should Attend:

Any person who performs or directs pre-transportation functions, such as packaging, marking, preparing shipping papers, or loading packages containing lithium batteries.

Course Information

Upon successful completion of this 1-day instructor led course, the student shall have satisfied training requirements for initial hazmat training in accordance with 49 CFR, IMDG and IATA. Students will receive an appropriate certificate for training record retention purposes.

 

Introduction 49 CFR (Highways) Training This course meets U.S. training requirements to ship by Ground (U.S. Highway, 49 CFR), whether you need an initial or recurrent training. Additional training is also available, in conjunction with 49 CFR, based on your operations. Avoid fines, penalties, and shipment delays by completing your training as soon as possible.

 

Course Outline

Students will Learn to:

  • Apply 49 CFR regulations correctly to your hazmat shipments.
  • Identify hazardous materials that are forbidden for transport, permitted as cargo under the regulations, excepted from the regulations in whole or part.
  • Identify the nine hazard classes and three packing groups of Dangerous Goods by their principle criteria.
  • Navigate the Hazardous Materials Table and apply the information that it contains.
  • Know how to apply general packing requirements and specific packaging authorizations.
  • Ability to validate that packaging complies with the limitations of U.N. Certified Specification Packaging.
  • Properly mark and label a hazardous materials package or verify compliance.
  • Complete a Hazardous Materials Shipping Paper or verify compliance.
  • Identify required truck placarding.
  • Follow general emergency procedures when a damaged or leaking package is discovered.

Course Information

Students will participate in a 1-day, instructor-led training course regarding the use of the 49 CFR dangerous goods regulations and their application in transporting dangerous goods by highways. Training will include an examination regarding the topics discussed throughout the training. Students will also use the dangerous goods regulations in examples to enhance their understanding of the structure and sections of the 49 CFR Regulations Manual. Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive a training certificate that satisfies 49 CFR Subpart H, Section 172.704 for training record retention purposes.

 

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