Last Chance: DOT Hazmat Training in Baltimore, Philly, NJ, more

Posted on 1/8/2019 by Roger Marks

Kick off 2019 with a fully engaged hazmat training experience to update your shipping expertise for 2019—or train someone new. Reserve your seat now and join Lion in the northeast for workshops all happening in the next three weeks!

Simplify 49 CFR Compliance

Develop a step-by-step approach to keep your hazardous materials shipments moving safely and on-time. This two-day workshop gives you a comprehensive understanding of what’s in the hazmat regulations, what’s required for shippers, and how the rules impact what you ship.

Albany January 10—11 (This week!)
Boston January 14—15
Piscataway, NJ January 14—15
Philadelphia January 22—23
Baltimore January 28—29


New IATA DGR and IMDG Code Rules for 2019!

In Boston, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, stay for Day 3 and get trained to ship dangerous goods by air and vessel in full compliance with the latest 2019 IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) and IMDG Code regulations.

Lion workshops always cover the most up-to-date hazmat rules,so you can ship hazmat with confidence, and with any carrier. New air rules are in effect as of January 1, 2019, and the new rules for vessel shippers are mandatory as of January 1, 2020.

Combine the workshops you need here and we’ll see you later this month!  

Do you really need training this year?

Yes! Update training is not only required by US DOT once every three years, it's also your opportunity to step back and evaluate your shipping operations. Return to work with new insight and confidence to take ownership of hazmat compliance at your organization and ensure safe delivery or disposal of your products or wastes.

US DOT's Hazardous Materials Regulations change and evolve constantly to keep pace with changing technologies and industry standards. Here are just some of the 49 CFR, IATA DGR, and IMDG Code regulations that have changed in the past two years: 

Here are some of the hazmat rules added or revised in the past two years;  
  • 49 CFR updates in PHMSA rules HM 215N, HM 219A, & others
  • New requirements for hazmat labels and markings mandatory now
  • Overhauled rules for Division 4.1 materials, lithium batteries, & more
  • Updated IATA packing instructions (PI) and special provisions
  • New IATA and IMDG classification criteria for corrosives (Class 8)
  • 12 new UN numbers for “articles containing dangerous goods”
  • Modified Shipper’s Declaration form for air shipments
  • New IMDG Code standards that take effect January 1, 2020
Don't wait - these workshops won't be back in your area until Summer 2019. Reserve your seat now!

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