THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, SUBSTANCES, AND WASTE COMPLIANCE AND TESTING SEMINAR

Including the OSHA and DOT International Harmonization Requirements ANY Person Engaged in ANY Activity Involving Hazardous Materials and Waste MUST Successfully Complete an Annual/Triennial Training & Testing Program 

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Federal law requires all persons engaged any activity involving hazardous materials, substances, chemicals and waste to complete an updated training program on the Federal regulations requiring compliance.

THE “Critical Interface” PROBLEM

Compliance may become clearer when the “INTERFACE” is laid out as per the chart. For example, when one of the 50,000 plus Hazardous Materials is in transportation, it is subject to the DOT Regulations in 49 CFR. When used in-plant, it now is subject to the OSHA Regulations in 29 CFR. When it no longer has a value and will be discarded, it is subject to the joint DOT/EPA/OSHA Regulations in 49/ 40/29 CFRs.

Prices:

1 ATTENDEE: $395
2-5 ATTENDEES: $365
6-10 ATTENDEES: $350
11 OR MORE: $300

If, at any time in either of these three areas, it is released or discharged from its container into the environment in an “RQ” quantity, and is not recovered, it is now a Hazardous Substance and is subject to the reporting responsibilities of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, and SARA/Title III. Understanding these interfaces is one of the objectives of the seminar.

 

The Training is designed to meet the requirements for:

TRANSPORTATION – HAZMAT EMPLOYEES
U.S. & State Departments of Transportation (Section 172.700, 49 CFR)

State and Federal DOT regulations require each shipper, generator, carrier and transporter to instruct and test all company officials, employees or agents on the applicable hazardous materials regulations pertaining to their job functions and contact with hazardous materials and substances on a triennial basis.

ENVIRONMENT –ᅠ HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATORS
U.S. & State Environmental Protection Agencies (Part 262, 262.14, 262.25, 262.16, 262.17 and 265.16, 40 CFR) 

State and Federal EPA regulations require each generator and owner/operator of a TSD Facility to ensure that all employees engaged in any activity involving hazardous waste successfully complete a training program on the applicable DOT, OSHA and EPA regulations. This requirement must be carried out on an annual basis

WORKER PROTECTION – HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE & CHEMICAL WORKERS
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (Sections 1910.120, 1910.1200, 29 CFR)

Protect your employees that are exposed to hazardous chemicals and substances in the workplace. That's why this seminar includes the First Responder Awareness level certification for hazmat employees in the event of a hazardous substance release; annual training.



WHO SHOULD ATTEND?


Managers and company personnel responsible for compliance with the DOT/EPA/OSHA regulations for hazardous materials, substances, chemicals or waste.
Managers and company personnel who must instruct others on applicable DOT/EPA/OSHA regulations.
Company hazmat and waste employees who need either the required initial or annual update training.

 

Why Should I Attend THIS SEMINAR?


TSP specializes in meeting the Training requirements of DOT/EPA/OSHA. Not only will you receive the required training necessary to comply with DOT/EPA/ OSHA, but you will also receive the materials needed for your training to be successful and complete. Our commitment to you is only beginning at the close of the seminar. Because of our affiliation with Hazardous Materials Publishing Company, we are able to help you meet all of your ongoing compliance needs.

Every Compliance Attendee will receive our Hazmat Compliance Kit which includes:

  • 2018/2019 Hazardous Materials, Substance & Wastes Compliance Guide 
  • Niosh Chemical Hazard Guidebook
  • Hazardous Materials, Wastes and Substances training and testing certificate
  • Department of Transportation hazardous material training and testing records
  • Environmental Protection Agency hazardous waste generator training records
  • Occupational Safety and Administration first responder training records
  • The 5 Steps to DOT, EPA OSHA compliance
  • How to Use the Hazardous Material Regulations
  • How to Use the Federal Register
  • Index and Glossary DOT Hazardous Materials, EPA Wastes and OSHA Substances
  • Integrated Contingency Plan under DOT, EPA
  • The RCRA inspection Manual
  • The Emergency and Contingency Plan
  • Shippers Pre-inspection Checklist
  • Shippers Checklist
  • Drivers Checklist
 

Seminar Day Of Schedule 

Here is the basic timeline Rob, our instructor, follows during your one day training. 

TSP 1 Day Compliance Seminar Outline

7:30 - 8:00 a.m.

Registration

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8:00 - 8:15 a.m.

Introduction/Objectives

8:15 - 9:45 a.m.

Shipping Hazardous Materials Using the DOT 172.101 Hazardous Materials Table and Selecting Hazardous Materials & Waste Shipping Names, Basic and Shipping Descriptions

 

9:45 - 10:00 a.m.

Coffee Break

 

10:00 - 10:30 a.m.

Selecting DOT Performance-Oriented Packaging and Special Provisions

 

10:30 - 11:00 a.m.

Shipping Hazardous Substances, Marine Pollutants and Hazardous Waste under DOT

 

11:00 - 12:15 p.m.

Hazardous Materials & Waste Shipping Papers, Labels, Marking, Placards,

Response Information Training, and the Security Training Requirement (HM-232)

 

12:15 - 1:00 p.m.

Lunch (included)

 

1:00 - 1:15 p.m.

 "First Responder Awareness Level" Training and Compliance Requirements

1:15 - 2:45 p.m.

EPA Hazardous Waste Management Regulatory EPA Waste Identification,

Storage and Manifesting & Generator Standards

 

2:45 - 3:00 p.m.

Afternoon Break

 

3:00 - 4:15 p.m.

Testing

Train-The-Trainer® is  7:30am-4:15pm TSP 1 Day Compliance Seminar

plus an additional hour of training The Train-The-Trainer®

4:15 - 5:15 p.m.

Train-The-Trainers® only review of the Training Materials, Testing Procedures and Audio-Visual Programs; and setting up and conducting successful regulatory training and testing in-house sessions.

 

 

TRAIN THE TRAINER SEMINAR

 

HAZMAT EMPLOYERS ARE REQUIRED TO SUCCESSFULLY TRAIN ALL HAZMAT EMPLOYEES ON “GENERAL AWARENESS AND FAMILIARIZATION, FUNCTION- SPECIFIC, SAFETY AND SECURITY AWARENESS” IN SECTION 172.700 OF 49 CFR UNDER DOT. TRAINING IS ALSO REQUIRED UNDER EPA’S “GENERATOR’S HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT STANDARD” IN SECTIONS 262.14, 262.15, 262.16, 262.17 and 265.16 OF 40 CFR AND OSHA’S “FIRST RESPONDER AWARENESS LEVEL” IN SECTION 1910.120(q) OF 29 CFR.

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After completing the Hazardous Materials & Waste seminar, participants registering for the “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER®” will be exposed to the most effective, successful and inexpensive means and the specific training manuals and aids to meet the required training and testing requirements mandated by State and Federal laws.

REMEMBER, each HAZMAT EMPLOYEE is required to be trained on the Hazardous Materials & Waste Hazard Communication Standards. And, if you have not met these requirements, you are in violation of the law. This program allows HAZMAT EMPLOYERS or their designated personnel to meet the mandatory training requirements— quickly, effectively and successfully.

Prices:

1 Attendee: $1,200.00
2-5 Attendees: $1,100.00
Previous Train-The-Trainer with Materials : $800.00
Previous Train-The-Trainer without Materials : $800.00

REMEMBER, each HAZMAT EMPLOYEE must also be tested on his or her understanding and knowledge of the DOT Hazard Communication Standards that apply to their function, in addition to General Awareness/Familiarization, Safety and Security Awareness Training.

 

Every Full Train-The-Trainer Attendee will receive:

10- 2018/2019 Compliance Guide & Emergency Response Guidebook (2,000 Pages) 

In addition to: 

  • a) Train the Trainer Certificate

  • b) Compliance Certificate

  • c) Guide to Developing a DOT Hazardous Material Training Plan

  • d) Blank Test & Training Certificate

  • e) DOT Training Records and Checklists

  • f) EPA Training Records and Checklists

  • g) OSHA Training Records and Checklists

  • h) Niosh Chemical Hazard Guidebook

  • i) The Overview of Examples for Print or Presentations

  • j) DOT Hazardous Materials Digipack CD

  • k) Printable and Online Train the Trainer Training and Testing Booklets:

    • Classification and Identification of Hazardous Materials and Wastes

    • Hazardous Materials and Wastes Shipping Papers and Waste Manifests

    • Hazardous Materials and Wastes Markings, Labeling and Placarding Containers

    • Hazardous Material and Wastes Packaging

Each of these booklets includes a short test and blank certificates, to be completed by student and instructor.

PLUS, THE FOLLOWING COMPLIANCE SEMINAR MATERIALS

  • Hazardous Materials, Wastes and Substances training and testing certificate

  • Department of Transportation hazardous material training and testing records

  • Environmental Protection Agency hazardous waste generator training records

  • Occupational Safety and Administration first responder training records

  • The 5 Steps to DOT, EPA OSHA compliance

  • How to use the Hazardous Material Regulations

  • How to use the Federal Register

  • Index and Glossary DOT Hazardous Materials, EPA Wastes and OSHA Substances

  • Integrated Contingency Plan under DOT, EPA

  • The RCRA inspection Manual

  • The Emergency and Contingency Plan

  • Shippers Pre-inspection Checklist

  • Drivers Checklist

 


IATA Training Seminar

Shipping Dangerous Goods by Air 1-Day Update for Shippers, Packagers & Freight Forwarders

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Most dangerous goods shipped by air are not shipped solely under the Department of Transportation’s Hazardous Materials Regulations in 49 CFR. When shipping by air (including transport to and from the airport), hazardous materials, or dangerous goods, must comply with both DOT and ICAO (IATA) Regulations, which are similar but not the same. With Transportation Skills Programs’ long history of providing DOT Hazmat Training for over thirty years, we are proud to announce the NEW 1-Day Biennial Update for Shipping Dangerous Goods under IATA.

Price:

1 ATTENDEE (with book): $700
1 ATTENDEE (with out book): $375

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who classifies, packages, marks, or labels dangerous goods shipments or completes and/or signs dangerous goods shipping papers for shipment (domestically or internationally) in the air mode under the IATA and DOT regulations, including freight forwarders. Because of the complex nature of the hazardous materials and dangerous goods transportation regulations, this seminar has been developed for individuals who already have experience with DOT and/or IATA regulations – those who have been trained, tested and certified in the past 2 years. Attendees should have a basic knowledge of classification; documentation (shipping papers); packaging; labeling and marking.

Why Should I Attend This Seminar?

It is almost impossible to ship by air using solely one set of regulations. Air shippers need to utilize both DOT and IATA regulations. This course is designed to help attendees get comfortable with using the IATA regulations and understand their responsibilities within the regulations. Transportation Skills Programs, Inc. has been providing DOT, EPA and OSHA training for over 30 years. With the increase in air shipments and demand for IATA dangerous goods training, it is a natural extension of our expertise in hazmat shipping. We can now bring our long experience and support in the hazmat & waste industries to air shipment training as well.
 

Material To Be Covered

  • Classification
  • Shipping papers
  • Packaging, Labeling, Marking
  • Interface with DOT Regulations (49 CFR)
  • Training Requirement
  • Emergency Response Information
  • Security Plans
  • Upcoming IATA regulatory changes in 2013
  • DOT and IATA regulatory changes in the past year


Attendees Will Receive:

  • IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Workbook
  • IATA Addendums
  • Assistance with ongoing operations

All attendees must have a copy of the current IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations at the class. Attendees may bring their own copy or we can provide one for an additional fee (See Pricing in Drop-Down Registration Menu).

Prerequisites

Attendees must have:

  1. Attended an IATA Dangerous Goods training course in the past 2 years; OR
  2. Attended the Transportation Skills Programs’ Hazardous Materials & Waste Management Training, Testing & Compliance Seminar
    (or equivalent) in the past 2 yrs.
     

Note: This course is not designed for those new employees with no hazmat training.

Also, we do not cover radioactive, explosives or lithium batteries.

 

 

In-House Information 

Do you have employees who need to be trained, but you can’t spare the time or money to send them out to a seminar? Do you want your employees trained in a program specifically designed for your company?

 

TSP HAS THE ANSWER.

We offer an In-House Training Program that is:

  • Conducted at YOUR convenience — at a time and location of your choice.
     
  • Tailored to fit your company’s unique needs. Why send your group to a generic seminar when you can have one created for you?
     
  • Cost-effective, with a low cost per employee.

Combine In-House Training with our Schedule of Seminars

Are you thinking it will be impossible to get all your employees together for an in-house seminar, but you want the convenience & control of offering your own class? We can work with this too, by offering you an in-house for the majority of your employees, and allowing the rest to attend one of our many scheduled seminars throughout the United States. For example, say you have 50 employees requiring training. Of those, only 40 can attend your In-house seminar. You could schedule training for all 50 (and pay the low per-person In-house fee), with 40 to attend at your location and 10 to attend any of our seminars convenient to them. Or, what if some of the 40 can’t attend the In-house due to illness or an emergency at your location?  These people would also be able to receive their training at another of our seminars.  Using this combination of In-house training and our scheduled seminars, you can train all your people at the lowest cost and most convenience.  Simply call our office to discuss your training needs in advance and we will gladly discuss this training option with you.

We Work With You

We will work around your schedule and train at your facility or another location convenient to your employees.  We can work with the length of training program you want, from eight hours on up.  And the training can be conducted at the times you need.  We will create a program that specifically addresses the regulations affecting you.

We can work with you to create a seminar tailored to your specific needs. All prices are for single days and include the TSP Hazardous Materials, Substances and Wastes Compliance Kit.

Note: Instructor’s travel expenses, meeting room, lunch and breaks are the responsibility of your company. Above pricing for Compliance seminar only (includes all training materials). Additional fees apply to Train-The-Trainer and IATA courses. Call for more details.

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SEMINAR INFORMATION

FAQ's About the Seminars

Why do I need to be trained?

 

Periodic Training is mandatory under the DOT, EPA and OSHA Regulations.  Additionally, workers must be trained on any regulatory changes affecting their job functions as they become effective.  DOT requires training and testing every three years (49 CFR 172.700), EPA requires annual training (40 CFR Part 262 and 265.16) and OSHA requires annual training (29 CFR 1910.38(a), 1910/120(q) and 1910.1200).

 

Why should I attend TSP’s seminar?

TSP pioneered hazardous materials and waste management training seminars, specializing in meeting the requirements of DOT, EPA and OSHA since 1972.  You will receive not only the training required to comply with DOT, EPA and OSHA, but we are here to help you with all your continuing compliance needs.  Plus, others in your industry trust and recommend our seminars.  Click here to see what they are saying.

 

Will I receive certification of training?

All attendees will receive certificates of completion and training documentation for each of the areas covered – DOT, EPA and OSHA, attesting that they have completed the mandatory annual and triennial review of the hazardous materials, substances and waste management and hazard communication requirements.  These documents are requested during state and federal inspections.

 

Are seminar fees tax deductible?

An income tax deduction is allowed for expenses of education, including registration fees, travel, meals, lodging, etc., undertaken to maintain or improve professional skills.  (See Treasury Reg. 1.162-5 Couglin vs. Commissioner, 203F. 2nd 307.)

 

What are your payment terms?

Registration fees for seminars are payable in advance.  Multi-person discounts are applicable only for registrations made at the same time for the same city and date.  We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express or check.

 

Are substitutions or cancellations allowed?

Substitutions may be made at the time of the seminar.  All cancellations must be received at least seven (7) business days in advance of the seminar’s scheduled date.  Fees are not refundable after this time frame, but can be held as a credit for a future date.

 

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