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      June 8, 2012

      Friday   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

      8 Shackleford Drive
      Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

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      DOT HAZMAT Employer - Awareness, Familiarization, Safety & Function Specific (June)




      Who Should Attend?

      This course is vital for Shippers, Warehouse Employees, Retailers, Transporters, and required for all employees with duties including shipping, receiving, handling or storage of Hazardous Materials and/or Wastes.


      Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Handler Certification Training

      (DOT Certified Course and Instructors)


      General Awareness HAZMAT training (29CFR Section 1910.120) and Hazard Communications training (29 CFR Section 1910.1200) by themselves may not be enough to prevent costly employee errors.



      Current regulations require training (and retraining) of all employees who perform work functions covered by the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR Parts 171-180). Any employee who works in a shipping, receiving or material handling area or who may be involved in preparing or transporting hazardous materials is required to have training. It is the HAZMAT employer's responsibility to fully comply with the training requirements, Part 172 Subpart H of 49 CFR.



      Failure to train employees appropriately may result in civil and/or criminal penalties of up to $27,500 per violation.



      SEA’s DOT 2012 course is designed to provide general awareness training ... and help determine your function-specific and safety training needs as well. (The exact function-specific and safety training you need to do depend on your specific operations. SEA can develop and conduct site-specific training that will meet your specific company’s needs.)



      After completing the program, your employees will have a better grasp of:


      Package Selection and Preparation, Using Marking, Labeling and Placarding; How to use the Hazardous Materials Table; How To Prepare Shipping Papers; Loading/Unloading Requirements, and especially the your DOT security requirements.



      You'll better understand your safety-awareness and function-specific training needs.

       


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      Who Should Attend?
      This course is vital for Shippers, Warehouse Employees, Retailers, Transporters, and required for all employees with duties including shipping, receiving, handling or storage of Hazardous Materials and/or Wastes.

      Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Handler Certification Training
      (DOT Certified Course and Instructors)

      General Awareness HAZMAT training (29CFR Section 1910.120) and Hazard Communications training (29 CFR Section 1910.1200) by themselves may not be enough to prevent costly employee errors.

      Current regulations require training (and retraining) of all employees who perform work functions covered by the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR Parts 171-180). Any employee who works in a shipping, receiving or material handling area or who may be involved in preparing or transporting hazardous materials is required to have training. It is the HAZMAT employer's responsibility to fully comply with the training requirements, Part 172 Subpart H of 49 CFR.

      Failure to train employees appropriately may result in civil and/or criminal penalties of up to $27,500 per violation.

      SEA’s DOT 2012 course is designed to provide general awareness training ... and help determine your function-specific and safety training needs as well. (The exact function-specific and safety training you need to do depend on your specific operations. SEA can develop and conduct site-specific training that will meet your specific company’s needs.)

      After completing the program, your employees will have a better grasp of:

      Package Selection and Preparation, Using Marking, Labeling and Placarding; How to use the Hazardous Materials Table; How To Prepare Shipping Papers; Loading/Unloading Requirements, and especially the your DOT security requirements.

      You'll better understand your safety-awareness and function-specific training needs.

      " rel="nofollow" href="http://www.regonline.com/?1056717" data-ga-label="EDP <p style=" "><font size="3"><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">Who Should Attend?<br> </span></strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">This course is vital for Shippers, Warehouse Employees, Retailers, Transporters, and required for all employees with duties including shipping, receiving, handling or storage of Hazardous Materials and/or Wastes.</span></font></p> <p><font size="3"><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Handler Certification Training<br> </span></strong><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">(DOT Certified Course and Instructors)</span></strong></font></p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">General Awareness HAZMAT training (29CFR Section 1910.120) and Hazard Communications training (29 CFR Section 1910.1200) by themselves may not be enough to prevent costly employee errors.</font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="color: rgb(33, 31, 31); font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">Current regulations require training (and retraining) of all employees who perform work functions covered by the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR Parts 171-180). Any employee who works in a shipping, receiving or material handling area or who may be involved in preparing or transporting hazardous materials is required to have training. It is the HAZMAT employer's responsibility to fully comply with the training requirements, Part 172 Subpart H of 49 CFR. </font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="color: rgb(33, 31, 31); font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">Failure to train employees appropriately may result in civil and/or criminal penalties of up to <strong>$27,500 </strong>per violation.</font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">SEA&rsquo;s <strong>DOT 2012 </strong>course is designed to provide general awareness training ... and help determine your function-specific and safety training needs as well. (The exact function-specific and safety training you need to do depend on your specific operations. SEA can develop and conduct site-specific training that will meet your specific company&rsquo;s needs.)</font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">After completing the program, your employees will have a better grasp of: </font></span></p> <p style=" "><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">Package Selection and Preparation, Using Marking, Labeling and Placarding; How to use the Hazardous Materials Table; How To Prepare Shipping Papers; Loading/Unloading Requirements, and especially the your DOT security requirements. </font></span></strong></p> <p style=" "><strong><font size="3"> </font></strong></p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">You'll better understand your safety-awareness and function-specific training needs.</font></span></p> Link"><p style=" "><font size="3"><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">Who Should Attend?<br> </span></strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">This course is vital for Shippers, Warehouse Employees, Retailers, Transporters, and required for all employees with duties including shipping, receiving, handling or storage of Hazardous Materials and/or Wastes.</span></font></p> <p><font size="3"><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Handler Certification Training<br> </span></strong><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; ">(DOT Certified Course and Instructors)</span></strong></font></p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">General Awareness HAZMAT training (29CFR Section 1910.120) and Hazard Communications training (29 CFR Section 1910.1200) by themselves may not be enough to prevent costly employee errors.</font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="color: rgb(33, 31, 31); font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">Current regulations require training (and retraining) of all employees who perform work functions covered by the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR Parts 171-180). Any employee who works in a shipping, receiving or material handling area or who may be involved in preparing or transporting hazardous materials is required to have training. It is the HAZMAT employer's responsibility to fully comply with the training requirements, Part 172 Subpart H of 49 CFR. </font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="color: rgb(33, 31, 31); font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">Failure to train employees appropriately may result in civil and/or criminal penalties of up to <strong>$27,500 </strong>per violation.</font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">SEA&rsquo;s <strong>DOT 2012 </strong>course is designed to provide general awareness training ... and help determine your function-specific and safety training needs as well. (The exact function-specific and safety training you need to do depend on your specific operations. SEA can develop and conduct site-specific training that will meet your specific company&rsquo;s needs.)</font></span></p> <p style=" "> </p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">After completing the program, your employees will have a better grasp of: </font></span></p> <p style=" "><strong><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">Package Selection and Preparation, Using Marking, Labeling and Placarding; How to use the Hazardous Materials Table; How To Prepare Shipping Papers; Loading/Unloading Requirements, and especially the your DOT security requirements. </font></span></strong></p> <p style=" "><strong><font size="3"> </font></strong></p> <p style=" "><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; "><font size="3">You'll better understand your safety-awareness and function-specific training needs.</font></span></p>
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