HMT-150 - Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) Transportation Training

HMT-150 - Initial Training

Preparing Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) for Transportation by Multiple Modes - Initial Training

 

Dates

Courses

Member Rate

Non-Member Rate

Location

March 12-16, 2018      

HMT-150: Initial Multi-Modal register

$1145

$1295

Orlando, FL

May 7-11, 2018

HMT-150: Initial Multi-Modal register

$1145

$1295

Houston,TX

June 11-15, 2018

HMT-150: Initial Multi-Modal register

$1145

$1295

Las Vegas

July 16-20, 2018

HMT-150: Initial Multi-Modal register

$1145

$1295

Houston,TX

September 17-21, 2018

HMT-150: Initial Multi-Modal register

$1145

$1295

Las Vegas

December 3-7, 2018

HMT-150: Initial Multi-Modal register

$1145

$1295

Orlando, FL

 


 

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This 5 day introductory-level course covers the basic skills needed to prepare, offer and accept shipments of hazardous materials by ground, air and water.  HMT-150 capitalizes on the harmonization between the three different codes to combine three separate courses (HMT-100, HMT-200 and HMT-300) into one 5-day session reducing training costs, travel expenses and time out of the office.  Instruction will focus on non-bulk packages.

 Meets applicable requirements for initial and recurrent training.


Regulations Covered

HMR, DGR and IMDG Code

Note:

  • "HMR" means U.S. DOT's 49 CFR "Hazardous Materials Regulations"
  • "DGR" means IATA's "Dangerous Goods Regulations"
  • "IMDG Code" means IMO's "International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code"

Prerequisite:

None

Materials Provided:

  • A Copy of the HMR
  • A Course Textbook
  • Various handouts including a compliance guide/checklist

A limited number of "loaner" DGRs and IMDG Codes can be provided by DGAC for your use during the course.  

Class hours:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Daily

  • Adjourn at 3:00 PM on the last day
  • Please arrive and sign-in between 7:30 - 8:00 AM on the first day

Material Covered:

  • Discussion of the Relationship Between the Requirements of the US DOT, ICAO and IATA, and IMO
  • DOT Authorization to Use the International Standards for Air and Water Shipments within the United States
  • Organization and Structure of the HMR, DGR and IMDG Code
  • Classification of Hazardous Materials in Each Code
  • Hazard Classes/Divisions
  • Packing Groups
  • UN/NA/ID numbers as appropriate
  • Precedence of Hazards for Multiple-Class Materials
  • Proper Shipping Name Selection
  • Technical Names
  • Hazardous Substances
  • Marine Pollutants
  • Materials Poisonous by Inhalation (TIH Materials)
  • Use of the Various "Tables" in each Code 
  • 49 CFR Hazardous Materials Table
  • IATA DGR List of Dangerous Goods
  • IMDG Code Index and Dangerous Goods List
  • Distinction Between Cargo Aircraft Only and Passenger Aircraft Shipments
  • Special Provisions
  • Packaging Selection in Each Code
  • Marking and Labeling in Each Code
  • Shipping Paper Requirements (Unique documents such as the Air Waybill and Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods, the IMO Dangerous Good Declaration; Descriptions, Certifications and Signature) in Each Code
  • Placarding
  • Container Packaging Certificate
  • Transporting Air Shipments to and from Airports
  • Transporting Vessel Shipments to and from Ports