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

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

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Overview

  • Gives a basic overview of key hazmat regulations (including HM-215N updates)
  • Provides the information that needs to be understood by all hazmat employees, to ensure they understand their responsibilities when handling, shipping, or transporting hazardous materials
  • Can be used as a stand alone training aid or an enhancement to your existing training program
  • Third edition revisions include:
    • Updated images
    • New lithium battery section added to the Marking chapter
    • Chapters rearranged to match the typical hazmat preparation process
    • Updated hazmat compatibility/segregation tables
    • All-new quiz to reinforce employees' understanding and receipt page to document training
  • Comes with an answer key for review (see "View Sample" section for sample answer key)
  • Paperback, 110 pages

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Specification

Specification
Product Code Description Language Format Units Per Case ISBN
56185
Employee Handbook
English
Softbound
600 per case
978-1-68008-845-8

More Information

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

  • Training (Part 172, Subpart H) – Basic requirements and recommended practices to assist in promoting general awareness training required by the Hazardous Materials Regulations.
  • 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-215N samples and illustrations of the Hazmat Table).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Response Information (172.602) – Emergency response information requirements, how information must be presented, how the information must be retained, 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.
  • Highway Transport (Part 397, 172.606, & 177.817) – Driving and parking rules, shipping paper accessibility, and carrier contact information.
  • Loading/Unloading and Load Segregation (Part 177, Subpart B and 177.848) – General requirements, class-specific requirements, shipping paper accessibility, driving and parking rules, carrier information contact, segregation requirements, use of the Segregation Table, the Compatibility Table for Class 1 (explosives), 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.
  • Security Plan (Part 172, Subpart I) – Overview of key security issues.
  • Definitions (171.8) – An alphabetical listing of many of the terms commonly used in the hazmat transportation process.

View Sample

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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