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09/17/2021

Lithium Battery Shippers May Need DG Training Upgrade for 2022

A change in the 2022 IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations will require some lithium battery shippers to provide additional dangerous goods training for employees.

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07/26/2021

I Got a New Job. Should I Repeat My Hazmat Training?

As the US economy recovers from the pandemic, many professionals are starting new jobs with new employers. Which raises an important question–Do you need to re-take hazmat training when you switch employers?

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07/01/2021

What Lion Instructors Won't Tell You

One thing you won't hear from a Lion instructor when you attend an in-person hazmat or RCRA workshop later this year. 

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06/30/2021

Now Final: FMCSA Extends Driver Training Compliance Deadline

FMCSA has extended the compliance deadline for new training requirements for entry-level drivers, including those who operate commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) that haul hazardous materials.  

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04/20/2021

What is Hazmat Safety Training and Who Needs It?

US DOT and OSHA both require training for employees who handle hazardous chemicals. Does this mean that employers must train each worker twice–once to satisfy DOT's safety training rule and once to satisfy OSHA's? No, it doesn't. 

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04/15/2021

What Kind of EHS Learner Are You?

Take our quick, five-minute quiz to see which training style is right for you: self-paced online courses, expert-led virtual webinars, or in-person workshops.

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04/01/2021

Nashville Hazmat Shipper Training on Aug 24—27

DOT, IATA, and IMDG hazmat training for ground, air, and vessel shippers comes to Music City in August 2021.

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04/01/2021

Charlotte DOT & IATA Hazmat Training: August 10—12

Lion Technology’s DOT and IATA hazmat training workshops return to Charlotte, NC on August 10—12. 

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04/01/2021

Orlando DOT & IATA Hazmat Training: Aug 16–18

The City Beautiful plays host to Lion Technology’s DOT and IATA hazmat training workshops on August 16—18.

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03/01/2021

Lion’s March 2021 Webinar Lineup

On tap this month: Fifteen live, expert-led webinars to help you keep your site in compliance with the latest hazardous materials, hazardous waste, and environmental regulations.

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