August Hazmat Shipper Workshops in Atlanta, Charlotte, Orlando, and more!
Questions about who needs hazmat training? Watch the video here.
As 2017 approaches, shippers face changing 49 CFR hazmat regulations—including major updates finalized by PHMSA last month. In addition, PHMSA has now raised its penalties for hazmat shipping violations, from $75,000 per day, per violation to $77,114 per day, per violation.
Failure to provide hazmat training for employee is now punishable by a $463 fine per employee, per day.
Led by an expert, full-time Lion instructor, the two-day 49 CFR (DOT ground) hazmat shipper workshop, Hazmat Ground Shipper Certification (DOT), will be presented in the southeast in July and August:
July 27-28 Charlotte, NC
August 1-2 Orlando, FL
August 2-3 Atlanta, GA
August 8-9 Nashville, TN
August 15-16 Mobile, AL
August 15-16 Jacksonville, FL
August 18-19 Memphis, TN
August 22-23 Louisville, KY
IATA DGR Air Shipper Training
Following the two-day ground shipper workshop, stay for one day of training on IATA/ICAO air shipping requirements in Charlotte on July 29, Orlando on August 3, Atlanta on August 4, Nashville on August 10, and Jacksonville on August 17. Build on your 49 CFR expertise and learn the latest IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (2016) to ensure the safe transport of dangerous goods by air.
IMDG Code Training for Ocean Shippers
Learn the latest unique IMDG Code rules for hazmat ocean shipments—including container stowage and segregation requirements, rules for marine pollutants, and more. A one-day workshop on the unique IMDG Code rules for dangerous goods ocean shippers comes to Orlando on August 4, Atlanta on August 5, Nashville on August 11, and Jacksonville on August 18.
Find out more about the full four-day hazmat shipper program for ground, air, and vessel shippers here. See the full workshop agendas, CEUs offered, and more.
Why Shippers Choose Lion
Every year, thousands of DG shippers—from new hires to seasoned hazmat professionals—choose Lion Technology for engaging, effective hazmat training for many reasons:
- Expert instructors who teach the real-world meaning of the hazmat rules
- Course content and resources that are always up to date
- Collaboration, discussion, and exercises that drive home critical concepts
- Students earn CEU’s and maintain professional certifications (IHMM, ABIH, NEHA, REHS, and more)
- Full year of Membership for ongoing compliance support and updates, including the Finder Q&A service
- Training Certificate recognized by DOT inspectors nationwide
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I can take what I learned in this workshop and apply it to everyday work and relate it to my activities.
Excellent class, super instructor, very easy to follow. No rushing through material. Would like to take his class again.
EH&S Facility Maintenance & Security Manager
The instructor was great, explaining complex topics in terms that were easily understandable and answering questions clearly and thoroughly.
My experience with Lion classes has always been good. Lion Technology always covers the EPA requirements I must follow.
The course is well thought out and organized in a way that leads to a clearer understanding of the total training.
Hazmat Shipping Professional
The instructor made the class very enjoyable and catered to the needs of our group.
Amazing instructor; real-life examples. Lion training gets better every year!
I think LION does an excellent job of any training they do. Materials provided are very useful to my day-to-day work activities.
I attended training from another provider and learned absolutely nothing. Lion is much better. Hands down.
The instructor clearly enjoys his job and transmits that enthusiasm. He made a dry subject very interesting and fun.
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