Most companies struggle with providing meaningful hazmat employee training that meets the DOT training requirements. Many companies address hazmat employee training in a way that does not fully comply with DOT regulations, and some are not addressing hazmat employee training at all.
New hazmat employees must be trained within 90 days of hire. Existing hazmat employees must receive recurrent training at least every three years (49 CFR §172.704). Some hazmat employers are under the false impression that the commercial drivers license and hazmat endorsements satisfy the DOT training requirements. Unfortunately, they do not.
Over 30% of all fines levied by DOT are violations where companies fail, or fall short, in their efforts to comply with the hazmat employee training requirements.Training, testing and certifying your hazmat employees is now easier than ever before. In one document, our Hazmat Employee Workbook not only covers the required training elements, it includes the tests and required certification document. Simply place the completed workbook in the employee's training file to meet the Federal recordkeeping requirements.
Our Hazmat Employee Workbook is a break-through product, providing unprecedented ease of use, at a cost you can afford. You don't have to spend your valuable time struggling to tailor a training program.Each workbook includes: