Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training – Video Training Book (010714)
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Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training – Video Training Book

Provides drivers with DOT-required hazardous materials training. Read more.

Product Code: 48685
List Price: $249.00
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Overview

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What is a Video Training Book?

  • The Video Training Book is a portable training format that allows you to leverage J. J. Keller® training video content anytime, anywhere. No internet connection or classroom needed.
  • Format is ideal for training one employee at a time
  • 8" x 9" x .5" hard cover "book" wrapped in a soft-touch matte coated paper
  • This solution is perfect for:
    • Makeup training
    • Refresher training
    • Mobile employees
    • On-the-road training
    • Remote workers
    • New employee training
    • Contractor training
    • Temporary worker training

Program Overview

  • This training program has been updated to include changes from the HM-215N final rule.
  • Hazmat drivers are required to receive training on the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) and on safe procedures for handling and transporting hazardous materials.
  • Hazmat Transportation: Driver Training will teach you how to reduce the potential for hazmat incidents and their costly consequences, and help you meet the function-specific and modal-specific training requirements for transport by highway.
  • After viewing this training video, you will be able to:
    • Explain what additional licensing and registration requirements are necessary before transporting hazmat
    • Decide what hazmat documentation is needed and where to store it during transport
    • Take precautions to keep your cargo safe and secure during transport
    • Discuss what to do in the event of a hazmat incident or accident

Video Training Book Includes:

  • (1) Video Training Book containing a 27-minute video
  • (5) Employee Workbooks - Product Code: 40547 (834-H) - Reviews key points and includes a quiz and answer sheet to check trainees' understanding of the material.
  • (1) Training Log
  • (1) Earbud Set
  • (1) AC Adapter

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Volume Pricing

Volume Pricing
Product Code Description 1 - 4 5 - 9 10 - 24 25 - 49 50 - 999999
48685
Video Training Book - English
$249.00
$229.00
$199.00
$179.00
$149.00

Specification

Specification
Product Code Description Language Size Screen Size Battery Type Battery Life Charging Port Format Copyright Date ISBN
48685
Video Training Book - English
English
8" x 9" x .5" hard cover book
7" LCD Screen
3000 mAh rechargeable lithium ion battery
Approximately 5 hours of continuous playback
Mini USB
Video Training Book
2016
978-1-68008-303-3

Chapter Selections

Chapter Selections:

  • Combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels
    • Introduction - Explains the driver’s role and responsibility to transport hazmat safely
    • Hazmat Classification - Explains that hazardous materials are categorized into nine hazard classes, five of which are further broken down into divisions
    • Hazardous Materials Table - Explains that the Table provides essential information and guidelines on how hazmat must be shipped and that most of the key information on shipping papers and packages is obtained from the Table
    • Shipping Papers - Explains that in order for a hazardous material to be safely transported, it must be completely and properly described on the shipping papers, which drivers need to check against the load at pick-up; Shipping papers provide emergency response information to first responders
    • Emergency Response Information (ERI) - Explains the requirements drivers need to know to make sure all ERI is present and correct; drivers receive the ERI from properly filled out shipping papers
    • Packaging and Marking - Explains that how a material is packaged and marked is a significant aspect of transporting hazardous materials safely, and that it’s the driver’s responsibility to check that the shipper used the correct markings on the hazmat packagings
    • Labels - Explains that although it’s the shipper’s responsibility to select and attach the proper labels, it’s the driver’s responsibility to make sure they’re correct
    • Placards - Explains the importance of placards and their placement, and that the required placards will be listed in one of two placard tables in the HMR
    • Loading and Segregation - Explains the steps a driver must observe in getting a hazmat load ready for shipment, plus what hazmat classes and divisions may and may not be loaded together
    • Transportation Safety - Explains that it’s crucial for drivers to know the specific hazmat requirements for highway transportation (i.e., FMCSA requirements for tire checks, parking, following marked hazmat routes, restricted routes, knowing what to do in case of an accident)
    • Security Awareness - Explains why it’s of utmost importance that drivers know how to keep their load and themselves safe while en route and addresses required security awareness training
    • Conclusion - Reinforces the driver’s role and responsibility to safely transport hazmat

 

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