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Cargo Securement Flatbeds
25 min, 2012, JJ Keller
Cargo Securement is an important part of a professional driverís job and drivers should not operate a CMV if the load isnít properly secured. This program addresses the requirements of 49 CFR Section 392.9 and Part 393, Subpart I for cargo securement. Make sure your driverís know their pre-trip and en route responsibilities related to cargo loading, cargo inspection, and cargo securement.
Hazmat Drivers - Training For Safe Transport Second Edition
28 mins, 2008, JJ Keller
This program has been updated to reflect current regulations including HM-215I and is tailored exclusively to hazmat drivers... giving them the must-know information they need to comply with the hazardous materials general awareness training requirements under 49 CFR Section 172.704.
Hazmat Training Made Easier For Employees
32 mins, 2008, JJ Keller
If your employees' job duties include contact with hazardous materials, they're required to receive proper training. This program provides tools for assessing your general awareness, function-specific, and safety training needs, all in one convenient program. It introduces employees to the basic hazmat concepts and terminology they need to know.
Cargo Securement Training For Dry Vans
17 min, 2006, JJ Keller
This great program addresses the requirements of FMCSR ß392.9 and 393. It shows ow to load cargo so the center of gravity stays low and why this is important. It will also tell you how to determine the number of tiedowns needed based on the length of items being secured.
DOT In Depth Hazmat Security Training
16 min, 2004, Marcom
Covers security objectives, various types of security procedures, employees responsibilities and actions to take in the event of a security breech, and complies with CFR49's Section 172.704(a)(5). It also includes the HazMat transportation manual.
DOT Hazmat Security Awareness
12 min, 2004, Marcom
Covers everything employees must know to be able to recognize and address the security risks associated with handling and transporting hazardous material, and complies with CFR49 Section 172.704(a)(4).
DOT General Awareness Training For Handling And Transporting Hazardous Materials
19 min, Leader's Guide, 2003, Marcom
This video focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. It also complies with CFR49 Section 172.704(a)(1), and incorporates the latest updates in the regulations (HM-126 and more).
DOT Safety Training For Handling And Transporting Hazardous Materials
21 min, 2003, Marcom
Increases employees awareness of the hazards associated with the materials they handle and shows them how to work safely, and complies with the safety training regulation CFR49 Section 172.704(a)(3).
Hazardous Materials Labels
25 min, 2001, Marcom
One important method for identifying hazardous materials is through the use of container labels. From bottles and drums to trucks and railcars, labels and placards provide information about the contents of a container, as well as what to do and who to call in case of an emergency. Because this information is so critical for the safe handling and transporting of these potentially dangerous substances, several organizations have developed labeling and placarding systems to communicate to employees about a container's contents.
Dealing With Hazardous Spills
16 min, Leader's Guide, 2001, Marcom
Hazardous materials are a part of many work situations. They are found in many different types of facilities and on many job sites... from manufacturing and construction to retail and office environments. Some organizations have to deal with hazardous materials as part of their daily business, and have detailed plans and highly trained workers to handle a sudden spill. Other facilities only have to handle these materials infrequently, and may not have given much thought to what must be done in case of a spill.
Shipping Of Hazardous Materials
14 min, 2000, Training Network
Trains shipping and receiving personnel to recognize the required safety measures when shipping hazardous materials, and complies with 49 CFR Section 172.704.
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