HMW- 608 - Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) Transportation Training

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Optimized for Eastern and Central Time Zones       


HMW-608 Performance Oriented Packaging Training  $795


Please Note:  If outside the continental United States, please email us at to make special arrangements before registering through our website.

Registration closes when all seats are taken, or two business days before the webinar begins, whichever comes first. 

Meets applicable requirements for initial and recurrent training.

This 3 day course provides instruction in UN performance-oriented packaging.  This training will be useful for professionals in the packaging industry and also for shippers and carriers.  Whether you design packaging, test packaging, buy packaging, sell packaging, fill packaging, or close packaging, this course will help take the mystery out of UN packaging.  The instruction will focus on non-bulk UN Standard Packaging for liquids and solids (other than Classes 1, 6.2, and 7)

Please Scroll down for more detailed course content information.

Regulations Covered


(with reference to various international regulations such as the ICAO TI, IATA DGR, IMDG Code, GHS, and especially, the UN Model Regulations and Manual of Tests and Criteria)


  • "HMR" means U.S. DOT's (49 CFR) Hazardous Materials Regulations



Materials Provided by DGAC:

  • A Copy of the HMR
  • A Course Textbook
  • Various handouts

Materials Provided by the Student:

  • None

Class hours:

Varies According to Time Zone: (You may sign up for either webinar regardless of your time zone)

HMW- 608 Optimized for Eastern and Central Time Zones

9 AM – 6 PM Eastern Time Daily

8 AM – 5 PM Central Time Daily

7 AM – 4 PM Mountain Time Daily

6 AM – 3 PM Pacific Time Daily

HMW-608 Optimized for Mountain and Pacific Time Zone

11 AM – 8 PM Eastern Time Daily

10 AM – 7 PM Central Time Daily

9 AM – 6 PM Mountain Time Daily

8 AM – 5 PM Pacific Time Daily

 Note: There will be a one-hour lunch break after approximately four hours of class time each day. Breaks will be taken during morning and afternoon sessions.

Material Covered:

  • (Minimal) Requirements for Packaging Design and Construction
  • Achieving and Maintaining Qualification as a UN Standard Packaging Through Testing
  • Design Qualification Testing
  • Periodic Retesting
  • Production Testing
  • Test Report
  • Closure Instructions
  • Specification Marking
  • Overview of Shipper's Responsibilities and General Packaging Requirements