Shipping Hazmat by Vessel (IMDG) – Ops
Course Code: HMT 220
This course provides additional function-specific hazmat training for operations-level (ops) employees who perform basic hands-on job functions for vessel shipments: handling materials, packaging, marking and labeling, loading, unloading, and others.
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COURSES FREQUENTLY PURCHASED TOGETHER FOR SAVINGS
Frequently Purchased Together
Shipping Hazmat by Vessel (IMDG) – OpsHMT 220
Shipping Hazmat by Ground (DOT) – OpsHMT 218
Shipping Hazmat by Air (IATA) – OpsHMT 219
The course will help satisfy US DOT and IMDG Code "function-specific" training mandates for employees who perform typical pre-transportation job functions, as required by 49 CFR 172.704(c)(2) and IMDG Code 1.3.1.
Key Learning Objectives
- Helps meet DOT and IMO/IMDG Code function-specific hazmat training mandates
- Safely perform a full range of hazmat job functions for shipments offered for transport by vessel
- Describe the importance of proper stowage, and segregation of hazardous materials aboard a cargo vessel
- The IMDG Code vs. DOT hazmat regulations (49 CFR)
- Filling and closing packages for vessel transport
- Marking and labeling packages and cargo transport units (CTUs)
- Basic issues regarding consolidation, segregation, loading, unloading, and stowage
- Preparing the transport documents
- Reporting and recordkeeping responsibilities
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|Ask the Instructor feature connects you to subject matter experts|
|Optional closed captions aid comprehension|
|Interactive exercises boost retention|
|Flexible access helps you fit training into your schedule|
|Online training support is available 7 days/week|
|Instant Certificate access when training is complete|
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- Courses developed and supported by credentialed, experienced trainers.
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|Course code||HMT 220|
|Access time||90 days|
Training required by
US DOT and IMO/IMDG
(49 CFR 172.704 and IMDG 1.3.1)
CEUs and Certification Maintenance
|Lion Membership||6 months|
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Who takes this hazmat training?
This online training is ideal for hazmat employees who perform hands-on job responsibilities that affect vessel transportation safety.
We recommend more comprehensive hazmat training for personnel who read and interpret regulations, supervise hazmat employees, classify hazardous materials, select Proper Shipping Names, determine authorized packaging, or sign shipping papers/Manifests:
Hazmat Ground Shipper Certification (DOT) Training
Hazmat Vessel Shipper Certification (IMDG) TrainingFor a more comprehensive list of hazmat employee jobs, see the DG Training FAQ linked below.
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Find out what makes DOT hazmat training mandatory for employees who sign the hazardous waste manifest, a “dually regulated” document for tracking shipments.