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DANGEROUS GOODS WEBINARS

Consider one of our live, instructor-led dangerous goods webinars. Experience tells us nothing is better than live, one-on-one, instruction now through virtual web technology this can be easily done. Our live dangerous goods webinars provide all the pertinent regulatory information succinctly with a close interaction with trainer and student. We have put together some popular training subjects that lend themselves to this format and can be easily addressed in  2-3 hours. During each fully interactive shipping dangerous goods webinar, attendees can obtain immediate answers to their questions when they need clarification. They will also complete a final written test at the end of the class. This formalizes their comprehension by  demonstrating their understanding of the material presented. A certificate of attendance will be issued and the hazmat employer can use this material to assist in compliance with their hazmat employer training obligations found in Sub-part  H Section 172.702 of CFR49.

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  • LITHIUM-BATTERIES

  • BIOLOGICAL-SUBSTANCES, CAT. B & DRY ICE

  • CONSUMER-COMMODITIES

  • NITRATE-FILMS

 

SHIPPING LITHIUM BATTERIES
Shipping Lithium batteries

  • The shipping of lithium batteries has become a major dangerous goods shipping issue for everyone involved, especially the shipper.
  • The average shipper has a daunting task of understanding the variances between the DOT domesticregulations in CFR 49 as well as the international standards of ICAO/IATA & IMDG Code.
  • Lithium Battery Guidance video FAA & UKCAA 

    Lithium-Battery-Guidance from IATA-2014

    This webinar will assist shipper’s of small cells & batteries to clarify what is required and what exceptions apply for both surface (domestic and international) and air shipments.

Course Overview

  • Application
  • Definitions
  • Shippers Responsibilities
  • Consignment Procedures
  • Comprehension test

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SHIPPING BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES, CAT. B & DRY ICE

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  • This presentation will cover the regulatory shipping requirements for research & diagnostic samples that are either exempt (non-pathogenic) or are classified as Biological substances Category B, UN3373, as well as, UN1845 Dry Ice. It will not cover the detailed and more stringent requirements for shipping a Category A infectious substances. Shipping samples for PUI for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). We recommend on-site training as a more complete and effective method
  • Dry Ice is fully regulated by air, if you ship solid CO2 as a refrigerant, appropriate training is required. As most research & diagnostic shippers use Dry Ice we have included the regulatory requirements in this webinar.
  • DOT interpretation letter clarifying training requirements for shipper’s of infectious substances…DOT100188

Course Overview
  • Application
  • Definitions
  • Shippers Responsibilities
  • Consignment Procedures
  • Comprehension test

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SHIPPING CONSUMER COMMODITIES

  • This webinar gives the attendee the details necessary for completely understanding the domestic (USA) as well as the more intricate international regulatory requirements.
  • Shipping a consumer commodity, or ORM-D, domestically in the USA has relatively less regulatory restrictions than most fully regulated hazardous materials. But a lot of shipper’s don’t know how the regulations apply for offering a hazardous material as a consumer commodity.
  • After this webinar the attendee will know what the regulatory requirements are for both domestic and international shipments per CFR49, Air- IATA DGR and Vessel- IMDG Code.
  • Things you should know if your going to ship Consumer Commodities?

Course OverviewID800 Class 9 labelLimited Quantity labelConsumer commodity marking
  • Application
  • Definitions
  • Shippers Responsibilities
  • Consignment Procedures
  • Comprehension test

 

 

Date/Time Event
02/28/20
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Shipping Consumer Commodities

 

NITRATE FILMSNitrate Film cannisters

Having a comparatively low ignition temperature and the ability to burn with great rapidity after ignition, Nitrocellulose film is considered a “readily combustible solid” meeting the classification criteria of a Div 4.1 Flammable solid. Also, when burning, the material evolves gases that are highly toxic including nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxide. Because of these characteristics Nitrocellulose based films are fully regulated for transport and anyone who offers for shipping Nitrate films must be trained. This course addresses all the applicable regulatory requirements of the US Dept. of Transporation ( 49CFR) as well as the ICAO and IATA DGR references for shipping UN1324.

Course Overview

Nitrate film

  • Application
  • Definitions
  • Shippers Responsibilities
  • Consignment Procedures
  • Comprehension test

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