HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRAINING
TWO-DAY PROGRAM – COURSE OUTLINE
PART I GENERAL AWARENESS
Part 172, Subpart H - Training
172.700 Purpose and scope.
172.702 Applicability and responsibility for training and testing.
172.704 Training requirements.
Introduction, General Use of CFR, Explanation 49 CFR Parts 100 to 185 (pp. v-vii)
Part 107, Subpart B - Exemptions
Part 107, Subpart D - Enforcement
107.333 Criminal penalties generally.
Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 107 - Guidelines for civil penalties.
Part 107, Subpart G - Registration of Persons Who Offer or Transport Hazardous Materials
107.620 Record keeping requirements.
Form 5800.2 (Rev. 3/01).
Subchapter C -Hazardous Materials Regulations
Part 171 - General Information, Regulations and Definitions
171.1 Purpose and scope.
171.2 General requirements.
171.8 Definitions and abbreviations.
171.9 Rules of construction.
171.12 Import and export shipments.
Application of the IMDG Code
171.15 Immediate notice of certain hazardous materials incidents.
171.16 Detailed hazardous materials incident reports.
Form 5800.1 (Rev. 6/89).
PART II HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TABLE AND APPENDICES
Part 172, Subpart B - Table of Hazardous Materials and Special Provisions
172.101 Purpose and use of hazardous materials table.
172.102 Special provisions.
Part 172.101 - Hazardous Materials Table
Appendix Ato 172.101 - List of Hazardous Substances and Reportable Quantities
Appendix Bto 172.101 - List of Marine Pollutants
Exercises (use of the table)
PART III SHIPPING PAPERS
Part 171.8 - Definition of Shipping Papers
Part 172, Subpart C- Shipping Papers
172.201 General entries.
172.202 Description of hazardous materials on shipping papers.
172.203 Additional description requirements.
172.204 Shipper's certification.
Exercise (errors on shipping paper)
Exercise (create a shipping paper)
PART IV EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATION
49CFR, 172 Subpart G
172.602 Emergency response information
172.604 Emergency response telephone number
172.606(a) Carrier information contact
PART V SECURITY AWARENESS
Guidelines for Conducting Employee Background Check
Security Checklist for the Shipper of Hazmat
Security Checklist for the Carrier of Hazmat
Security Checklist for the Receiver of Hazmat
Facility Security Checklist
PART VI CARRIAGE BY VESSEL
Part 176, Subpart A - General
176.1 Purpose and scope.
176.3 Unacceptable hazardous materials shipments.
176.5 Application to vessels.
176.13 Responsibilities for compliance and training.
176.18 Assignment and certification.
Part 176, Subpart B - General Operating Requirements
176.24 Shipping papers.
176.30 Dangerous cargo manifest.
176.36 Preservation of records.
176.39 Inspection of cargo.
176.52 Rejection of shipments in violation.
Part 176, Subpart C - General Handling and Stowage
176.57 Supervision of handling and stowage.
176.63 Stowage locations.
176.69 General stowage requirements for hazardous materials.
176.70 Stowage requirements for marine pollutants.
176.76 Transport vehicles, freight containers, and portable tanks
containing hazardous materials.
Part 176, Subpart D - General Segregation Requirements
(Table) General Segregation Requirements for Hazardous Materials.
176.84 Other requirements for stowage and segregation for cargo vessels and passenger vessels.
Part 176, Subparts H – O. Detailed requirements for Hazard Classes.
Exercise (dangerous cargo manifest)
PART VII INTERNATIONAL MARITIME DANGEROUS GOODS (IMDG) CODE
Review 49CFR, 171.12
Part 5 - Consignment Procedures
5.1 General provisions
5.2 Marking and labeling
5.5 Special provisions
Part 7 - Provisions Concerning Transport Operations.
7.4 Transport of CTUs on board ships
7.5 Packing CTUs
7.9 Competent authorities
Part 3 - Dangerous Goods List and Limited Quantity Exceptions.
3.1.4 Segregation groups
3.2 Dangerous goods list
3.4 Limited quantities
Exercises (compliance with both CFR and IMDG Code)
Test 7 CFR and IMDG Code
Create a shipping paper that complies with both codes