Hazmat Made Easier for All Employees Handbook, Second Edition (00150)
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Hazmat Made Easier for All Employees Handbook, Second Edition

A simple, easy-to-read handbook that helps your employees understand their hazmat responsibilities.

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Product Code: 11101
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Overview

  • Reflects current hazardous materials regulations, including HM-215I updates
  • Helps your employees understand their responsibilities when handling, shipping, or transporting hazardous materials
  • Includes quiz to reinforce employees' understanding and receipt page to document training
  • Updates from the previous edition:
    • Highlighted chapter headings
    • New chapter review quiz
    • Reorganization to more closely mirror the regs
  • HM-215I changes:
    • Inclusion of organic peroxide placard and label
    • Change to single shipping description for hazmat transport (ID number to be listed first)
    • New requirements for package orientation arrows
  • Includes a review to aid employee retention
  • Comes with answer key for review (see "View Sample" tab above to for sample answer key)
  • Paperback, 112 pages

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Specification

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Product Code Description Language ISBN Alternate Product Code
11101
Employee Handbook
English
978-1-60287-607-1
039HA

More Information

The Hazmat Made Easier for All Employees handbook covers critical hazmat topics:

  • The Hazmat Table (172.101) - symbols, hazmat descriptions and proper shipping names, hazard classes and divisions, ID numbers, packing groups, label codes, special provisions, packaging, and more. (Includes updated HM-215G samples and illustrations of the Hazmat Table).
  • Documentation/Shipping Papers (Part 172, Subpart C) - Applicability, exceptions, the shipper's certification, shipping paper retention, the hazmat description, hazardous substances, marine pollutants, elevated-temperature materials, and more.
  • Marking (Part 172, Subpart D) - Requirements for bulk and non-bulk packaging, prohibited markings, liquids in combination packaging, inhalation hazards, ORM-Ds, marine pollutants, elevated-temperature materials, and more.
  • Labeling (Part 172, Subpart E) - Shipper and carrier responsibility, determining labels, exceptions, prohibited labeling, primary and subsidiary labels, label placement, label specifications, and more.
  • Placarding (Part 172, Subpart F) - Placarding requirements, the placard tables, exceptions and placard substitutions, primary and subsidiary placards, placard placement, placard specifications, and more.
  • Incident Reporting (171.15 & 171.16) and Emergency Response (172.602) - For Incident Reporting: carrier and operator responsibility, accidents versus incidents, incidents requiring telephone report, agency notification, written reports, and more. For Emergency Response: general requirements, location during transport, acceptable methods of providing emergency-response information, emergency-response telephone numbers, carrier emergency-information contact, enforcement, and more.
  • Training & Security (Part 172, Subparts H & I) - Basic requirements and recommended practices, and overview of key security issues to assist in promoting general awareness, training required by the Hazardous Materials Regulations.
  • Loading/Unloading (Part 177, Subpart B) - General requirements, class-specific requirements, shipping paper accessibility, driving and parking rules, carrier information contact, and more.
  • Load Segregation (177.848) - Segregation requirements, use of the Segregation Table, the Compatibility Table for Class 1 (explosives), and more.
  • Packaging (178, Subpart L) - Applicability, packaging responsibility, bulk and non-bulk packaging, packing groups and hazard zones, packaging codes, performance- oriented testing, manufacturer's markings, and more.
  • Definitions (171.8) - An alphabetical listing of many of the terms commonly used in the hazmat transportation process.

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Click on the links below to view sample pages from the Hazmat Made Easier for All Employees Handbook.

J. J. Keller's Hazmat Made Easier for All Employees Handbook also includes a review to aid employee retention. Click here to view the quiz answer key for this handbook.

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