Let ISSA help you comply with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Hazmat Employee Training Requirements through our convenient DOT Webinar Series: DOT Hazmat Employee Training Made Easy.
Is Your DOT Hazmat Employee Training Current? Manufacturers and distributors who ship or offer for shipment chemical cleaners, batteries or other hazardous materials must train, test and certify their “DOT Hazmat Employees” every three years.
ISSA makes it easier than ever for you to comply with these requirements. Attendees of this Webinar Series will be:
- Trained on the specific subjects required by DOT;
- Tested on their knowledge of the DOT Hazmat Transportation Regulations; and
- Certified by ISSA upon successful completion of their test.
Sign up for the DOT Webinar package that fits your needs.
PACKAGE 1 - NON-DRIVER DOT Hazmat Employee Training
Who Should Attend: Non-Driver employees who prepare hazardous materials for shipment (i.e., prepare shipping papers, package materials, mark or label packages for shipment, etc.)
When: This Webinar series consists of two sessions: April 25 and May 2; both at 11 a.m. Central / 9 a.m. Pacific / 12 p.m. Eastern. Each session is 90 minutes in duration.
- Overview of DOT Regulations and Training Requirements
- Hazmat Classification
- Hazardous Material Table
- Shipping Paper
- Marking, Labeling and Placarding
Registration Fee: $149
PACKAGE 2 - DRIVER DOT Hazmat Employee Training
Who Should Attend: Employees who operate vehicles that are used to transport hazardous materials
When: This Webinar series consists of three sessions: April 25, May 2 and May 9; all are scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Central / 9 a.m. Pacific / 12 p.m. Eastern. Each session is 90 minutes in duration.
- Same subject matter presented in Package 1, PLUS…
- Pre- and Post-Trip Safety Inspections
- Vehicle Controls
- Operation of Vehicles Transporting Hazmat
- Loading and Unloading of Hazmat
- Commercial Motor Vehicle Requirements
- Attendance and Routing of Vehicles
Registration Fee: $199
About the Instructor: All sessions will be lead by Bill Balek, Director of Legislative and Environmental Services, ISSA, a 30+ year veteran of the cleaning industry. Over the years, Balek has lectured extensively on the subject of the DOT hazardous materials transportation regulations, and authored Transportation of Hazardous Material for the Cleaning Industry, and the popular Summary of the DOT Hazmat Transportation Regulations.