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We specialize in Dangerous Goods (Hazmat) Transportation Regulations compliance training and penalty mitigation.

 

Training Products on CD-Rom or On-Line (Web Based)

In-House Training: Regulatory Compliance Training and Certification for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Hazmat) Via: Air, Ocean, Rail, Land

Public Training Seminars: Public Regulatory Compliance Training Seminars and Certification for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Hazmat) Via: Air, Ocean, Rail, Highway

IATA/FIATA Cargo Agent Training Certification


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SHIPPING LITHIUM BATTERIES -ONLINE TRAINING

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All Modes - Multimodal (IATA Air, IMDG Ocean and DOT)

COST: $225 USD

Completion Time: 6-8 hrs

Includes the General Awareness, Safety and Security “Core” course which is mandatory for all training, and the IATA, DOT and IMDG Function Specific Modules. Course comes complete with 180 page workbook with shipping diagrams and flow charts. A copy of the regulations is not needed for training (but would be a good idea for day to day compliance).


Frequently Asked Questions

QUESTION: What things are effected by the Federal Dangerous Goods regulations?
Anything that is considered a hazardous material. Examples include: Aerosols (i.e. spray paint), dry ice, batteries, cosmetics, safety equipment, medical or cleaning supplies, the list includes thousands of commonly shipped items that meet the criteria of one or more of the 9 hazard classes. ...more>>

What companies are effected by 49 CFR 172.700?
Any company that ships, offers for shipment, or accepts hazardous materials for transport. This includes companies such as brokers and forwarders who many not even physically handle the freight, but act as an "offeror" of hazmat to a carrier. ...more>>


 

 

 

 

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HazardousMaterials Requirements for Consumer Commodities FAQ



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