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Guide to Developing a Hazardous Materials Training Program.pdf Click on image to view/print
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A GUIDE TO DEVELOPING A HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRAINING PROGRAM

This guide explains the training requirements in the Hazardous Materials Regulations, identifies those employees who must be trained, and provides a tool to help hazmat employers determine what type of training and training environment may be best for their employees.



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PHH50-0098-0707 Do You Know.pdf Click on image to view/print
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DO YOU KNOW IF YOU'RE SHIPPING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS?

This brochure is written to raise awareness of hazardous materials shipping requirements among small and entry-level hazardous materials shippers who may not be aware of the Hazardous Materials Regulations. Created in partnership with the Council on the Safe Transportation of Hazardous Articles (COSTHA) and the Associated Mail and Parcel Carriers (AMPC), this brochure addresses a growing community of small shippers, which has burgeoned in size since the introduction of online auction websites.

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DOES YOUR HAZMAT TRAINING MEASURE UP?

This brochure describes the training requirements in 49 CFR, §172.700-704, including new security awareness and in-depth security training requirements for the hazmat employer and employees. Frequently asked questions are answered and regulations cited.


EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDEBOOK 2012 DVD

This video was developed by the International Association of Fire Chiefs under a cooperative agreement withe U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) to educate responders on how to use the ERG. This video was upddated in 2012 to reflect additions and updates found in the ERG 2012.

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Enhanced_Security_02_22_12 1.pdf Click on image to view/print
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ENHANCED SECURITY BROCHURE

This brochure describes new security training and planning requirements and provides guidance in assessing security threats. It also lists suggested security measures, and provides contact information for other Federal agencies and industry organizations and associations to obtain further security planning information.

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FUMIGANT MARKING BROCHURE

This brochure addresses the marking requirements for a transport vehicle or freight container in which the lading has been FUMIGATED. It also contains an actual usable fumigant marking. (English)

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GUIDE FOR PREPARING HAZMAT INCIDENTS REPORTS

This 20-page workbook has updated instructions for properly completing and submitting Hazardous Materials Incident Reports (DOT Form F 5800.1).

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Guide for Preparing Shipping Papers.pdf Click on image to view/print
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GUIDE FOR PREPARING SHIPPING PAPERS

This guide explains the shipping paper requirements in 49 CFR, § 172.200-205, with emphasis on the basic description for hazardous materials. As a training aid, it explains the shipping paper requirements, provides examples of shipping paper entries and formats, and a general checklist to assist in identifying the most commonly required descriptions on shipping papers.

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GUIDE TO PERFORMANCE PACKAGING CODES

This guide provides information associated with performance packaging as identified in 49 CFR, Part 178. It provides sample markings, codes, tests, approximate conversion factors, and definition of packing group associated with packaging used for hazardous materials shipments.

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HAZMAT DIGIPACK 7.2

A digital guide to the Office of Hazardous Materials Safety including our most requested publications and presentations, the Hazmat Transportation Security Awareness Training Module, information on the 2012 Emergency Response Guidebook, and Hazmat Safety Regional office locations/contact information.


HAZMAT GENERAL AWARENESS/ FAMILIARIZATION TRAINING CD

The Hazmat General Awareness/Familiarization Training CD is designed to familiarize you with the requirements of the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) and enable you to recognize and identify hazardous materials. It contains six modules with training in: the Hazardous Materials Table; Hazard Classes; Packaging; Marking, Labeling, and Placarding; Shipping Papers; and Incident Reporting. This self-paced interactive tutorial presentation requires an IBM-PC with a CD-ROM drive for individual instruction. (CD training length approximately 1 hour) This CD can be used to HELP satisfy the general awareness/ familiarization training requirement. It does not include testing, only knowledge checks. Supplemental training/testing must be developed and implemented by your employer.

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HAZMAT TRANSPORTATION SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING MODULE REVISED

The Hazmat Transportation Security Awareness Training Module, Revised Edition, provides transportation security general awareness training and guidelines for the hazmat industry. Completion of this training module and the included interactive test will meet the security general awareness training requirement.

The Hazmat Transportation Security Awareness Training Module is distributed as part of our Hazmat Digipack.

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HOW TO USE THE HMR (ENGLISH)

This booklet provides a hands-on approach to using the hazardous materials regulations (49 CFR Parts 171-180.) (English)

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PHMSA_battery_guide.pdf Click on image to view/print
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SHIPPING BATTERIES SAFELY BY AIR; WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

This guide describes the USDOT regulations for the classification criteria, packaging requirements, and hazard communication for the transportation of batteries shipped by aircraft under 49 CFR, Parts 100-185.

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TRANSPORTING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS SAFELY

This brochure is geared to farmers who may transport hazardous materials in the course of their operations. It details exceptions for agricultural operations within the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR), and provides easy-to-use information on how to visually represent safety hazards, and otherwise comply with applicable provisions of the HMR.

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TRANSPORTING INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES SAFELY

This brochure describes the revised USDOT regulations for the classification criteria and packaging requirements for the transportation of infectious substances, adopted into 49 CFR, Parts 171-180, effective October 1, 2006.

PHH50-0078-0706 UN Cylinders.pdf Click on image to view/print
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UN CYLINDERS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

This brochure describes the new USDOT standards for the design, construction, and use of UN pressure receptacles, adopted into 49 CFR, Parts 171-180, effective September 11, 2006.

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WHAT ARE MATERIALS OF TRADE? BROCHURE

When certain hazardous materials are transported in small quantities as part of a business, they are subject to less regulation because of the limited hazard they pose. These materials are known as Materials of Trade (MOTs). This brochure helps explain MOTs and your responsibilities when transporting these materials.

 
 
 
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