In the United States, we ship millions of tons of hazardous materials (HAZMAT) every day. These materials can be poisonous, toxic, flammable, explosive or corrosive by nature. Take this course to learn basic information about how to identify and safely handle hazardous materials, all while complying with federal laws and regulations. This course is ideal for employees who are involved in shipping, packaging or transporting hazardous materials in the United States.
This course educates commercial vehicle operators and other personnel at trucking companies about how to avoid accidents caused by speeding, following other vehicles too closely and executing turns incorrectly.
This bundle is the perfect way to start safety orientation for transportation and warehouse workers. The bundle includes Personal Protective Equipment Overview, Hazard Communication, Egress & Emergency Action Plans, Preventing Back Injury (mini-module), Materials Handling and Storage, Warehouse Safety, Safety Orientation, Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls, and Powered Industrial Trucks Overview.
The dangers associated with hazardous goods are magnified when people transport them since they are in motion and may be exposed to dangerous conditions. The Canadian government enacted the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act to promote public safety. Everyone who transports hazardous goods needs to know what they are handling, what the dangers are and what to do in case of an emergency. Take this course as an overview to TDG regulations. Ideal learners include anyone who is involved in shipping or receiving dangerous goods.