- September 24, 2021
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Includes 49 CFR Parts 172 and 177 & CSA (Compliance, Safety and Accountability) Training
49 CFR Parts 172.704 states a HazMat employee shall receive certified training required by these subparts at least once every three years. All intrastate and interstate motor carriers transporting hazardous materials, in quantities requiring the display of placards, are required to obtain and display a US DOT number beginning May 1, 2010. These carriers are also subject to the Compliance, Safety, and Accountability (CSA) program.
The HM-126F Certification will follow the requirements as outlined in 172.704 which includes:
• Phase I: General Awareness
• Phase II: Function Specific
• Phase III: Safety
• Phase IV: Security Awareness
Who Must Be Trained: A “HazMat Employee” is defined as a person who is employed on a temporary, part-time or full-time basis by a HazMat Employer, or is self-employed and in the course of employment, directly affects the safe transportation of hazardous materials. It includes someone who loads, unloads or handles hazardous materials; fabricates, inspects, marks, maintains, reconditions, repairs or tests or otherwise represents containers, drums or packaging as qualified for use in transportation of hazardous materials; prepares hazardous materials for shipment; is responsible for the safety of transporting hazardous materials; or operates a vehicle used to transport hazardous materials.
Registration fees include the following complimentary items:
Lunch will be provided at conclusion of class
Our Instructor: Norm Anger spent over three decades as a State Trooper including 25 years as a Sergeant assigned to the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Unit. His primary areas of focus included directing officers engaged in roadside inspections, commercial vehicle accidents, and HazMat incident investigations. Norm has also served as an Associate Staff Lead Instructor for the National Training Center in Washington, DC. The National Training Center is the education branch of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration responsible for training both state and federal roadside inspectors throughout the United States.