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Free Training available on the Honeywell Learning Hub e-learning system:

Am I A Dangerous Goods Employee?

Course Description: Welcome to this very short training designed to determine if your roles and responsibilities for Honeywell may define you as a Dangerous Goods / Hazmat Employee and confirm if additional training is needed to be compliant. When you hear the phrase Dangerous Goods or Hazmat, many people think only of the activities around Shipping, like labeling, documentation, and packaging. In fact though, the DG regulations expand the role of DG Employee to include responsibilities like designing packaging, selecting vendors, research and development, and purchasing. This course is intended to confirm if your responsibilities at Honeywell involve dangerous goods and if additional training is needed for you and Honeywell to remain compliant.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules: Am I A Dangerous Goods Employee?

Total run time: 00:07:06

Spanish: Am I A Dangerous Goods Employee?

Course Description: Bienvenido a esta breve capacitación diseñada para determinar si sus roles y responsabilidades para Honeywell pueden definirlo como un empleado de artículos peligrosos / materiales peligrosos y confirmar si se necesita capacitación adicional para cumplir. Cuando escuchas la frase Artículos peligrosos o materiales peligrosos, muchas personas piensan solo en las actividades relacionadas con el envío, como el etiquetado, la documentación y el embalaje. De hecho, aunque las regulaciones de la DG amplían el papel de la DG Empleado para incluir responsabilidades como el diseño de envases, la selección de proveedores, la investigación y el desarrollo y la compra. El objetivo de este curso es confirmar si sus responsabilidades en Honeywell involucran mercancías peligrosas y si se necesita capacitación adicional para que usted y Honeywell sigan cumpliendo.

Total run time: 00:10:00 (including survey after)

French: AM I A Dangerous Goods Employee?
Êtes-vous un travailleur assigné au transport des marchandises dangereuses (TMD)

Course Description: Bienvenue à cette très courte formation conçue pour déterminer si vos rôles et responsabilités pour Honeywell peuvent vous définir en tant qu’employé de marchandises dangereuses / matières dangereuses et confirmer si une formation supplémentaire est nécessaire pour être conforme. Lorsque vous entendez l’expression marchandises dangereuses ou matières dangereuses, de nombreuses personnes ne pensent qu’aux activités liées à l’expédition, comme l’étiquetage, la documentation et l’emballage. En fait, bien que les règlements de la DG étendent le rôle de la DG Employé pour inclure des responsabilités telles que la conception des emballages, la sélection des fournisseurs, la recherche et développement et les achats. Ce cours vise à confirmer si vos responsabilités chez Honeywell concernent des marchandises dangereuses et si une formation supplémentaire est nécessaire pour que vous et Honeywell restiez conformes.

Total run time: 00:15:00

Mandarin Chinese: AM I A Dangerous Goods Employee?

Course Description: 欢迎参加这个非常简短的培训课程,该课程旨在确定您在霍尼韦尔的角色和职责是否可以将您定义为危险品/危险材料雇员,并确认是否需要进行其他培训才能遵守。当您听到危险品或危险品一词时,许多人只想到与运输有关的活动,例如标签,文件和包装。实际上,尽管DG法规将雇员DG的作用扩展到包括包装设计,供应商选择,研发和采购等职责。本课程的目的是确认您在霍尼韦尔(中国)的职责是否与危险品有关,以及是否需要进行其他培训才能使您和霍尼韦尔(中国)合规。

Total run time: 00:15:00

Honeywell Combination Packaging Basics

Course Title: Honeywell Combination Packaging Basics 2019

Course ID: CorpHSE_ComboPackagingBasics

Description of course: Honeywell Combination Packaging Basics 2019 Training is a professional, technically proven training developed by the professionals at Currie Associates. This training provides everything needed to better understand the proper use and limitations of combination packaging for dangerous goods shipped by ground and air globally.

The Honeywell Combination Packaging Basics 2019 Training is intended for customers and employees at laboratories and distribution centers who use combination packaging. The module covers:

  • Identifying what combination packaging is
  • Recognizing proper use and limitations of combination packaging
  • Air Shipment Packaging
  • Pressure Differential Options
  • Closure
  • Instruction Retention
  • Case Studies

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Total run time: 32.00

General Awareness Training

Multiodal Dangerous Goods General Awareness and Security Training

Course Title: Multimodal Dangerous Goods General Awareness and Security Training

Course ID: CorpHSE_Multimodal_DG_Aware

Description of Course: This is a multi-modal general awareness and general security awareness module, which includes a high-level overview of the US Department of Transportation’s hazardous materials/dangerous goods regulations, as well as the differences between the different international regulations you might encounter in your job. This module also discusses the ways you can recognize and respond to security risks related to dangerous goods.

Required for all employees that transport or perform pre-transportation functions involving dangerous goods. This includes classification, selection or filling of packaging, marking, labeling, placarding, preparing, reviewing or signing DG shipping papers, maintaining emergency response information and load planning or securement. Course covers the general requirements of the 49 CFR and the international modal regulations: ICAO/IATA, IMDG, and ADR. This course is only one component of a complete dangerous goods training program. In addition to this course employees must complete function specific and safety training. Refer to Honeywell Corporate Transportation policy HSEMS 655 for more information.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Dangerous Goods Transportation Compliance General Awareness and Security Awareness Training

Total Run Time: 1:17:19

Dangerous Goods General Awareness and Security Training – English

Description of Course: The Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods General Awareness Training Program is an all-inclusive DOT training curriculum that provides everything needed to meet DOT requirements for General Awareness Training (Part 172, Subpart H, 49 CFR). This course is narrated in English and is required for all employees that transport or perform pre-transportation functions involving dangerous goods.  This includes classification, selection or filling of packaging, marking, labeling, placarding, preparing, reviewing or signing DG shipping papers, maintaining emergency response information and load planning or securement.   This course is only one component of a complete dangerous goods training program.  In addition to this course employees must complete function specific and safety training.  Refer to Honeywell Corporate Transportation policy HSEMS 655 for more information.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Dangerous Goods Transportation Compliance General Awareness and Security Awareness Training

Total run time: 54:54

 

Dangerous Goods General Awareness and Security Training – Spanish

Description of Course: El Programa de Capacitación sobre Conciencia General de Materiales Peligrosos / Mercancías Peligrosas es un plan de estudios de capacitación del Departamento de Transporte que incluye todo lo necesario para cumplir con los requisitos del DOT para el Entrenamiento General de Conciencia (Parte 172, Subparte H, 49 CFR). Este curso está narrado en español y se requiere para todos los empleados que transportan o realizan funciones previas al transporte que involucran mercancías peligrosas. Esto incluye la clasificación, selección o llenado de embalajes, marcado, etiquetado, rotulación, preparación, revisión o firma de documentos de embarque DG, mantenimiento de información de respuesta de emergencia y planificación de carga o aseguramiento. Este curso es solo un componente de un programa completo de entrenamiento de mercancías peligrosas. Además de este curso, los empleados deben completar la capacitación específica de funciones y de seguridad. Consulte la política de transporte corporativo de Honeywell HSEMS 655 para obtener más información.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Dangerous Goods Transportation Compliance General Awareness and Security Awareness Training

Total run time: 79:02

 

Customer Service Training SAP Dangerous Goods Awareness

Course Description: Welcome to Honeywell’s customer service SAP dangerous goods awareness training.   In this module you will learn how to identify and run checks on dangerous goods in SAP and why it is important to know the DG status of every material that Honeywell buys, sells or transfers from one location to another.

Total run time: 00:16.41

IATA English

ICAO/IATA 60th Edition – English

Description of Course: This course is intended for training employees responsible for preparing or offering dangerous goods for transport by air through the application of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations and compliance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Technical Instructions. The course is designed to satisfy the training requirements for dangerous goods employees and other individuals within the scope of the transportation regulations, who are engaged in employee functions affecting safety in the offering of dangerous goods for transportation by air. This course is narrated in English.

Modules include:

  • Introduction – This module provides a general overview of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations for all dangerous goods employees;
  • Limitations – This module provides an overview of forbidden dangerous goods, hidden dangerous goods, State Variations, and other limitations listed in IATA Section 2;
  • Classification – This module provides information on the classification process and identifies the 9 UN hazard classes;
  • Dangerous Goods List– This module provides instruction on the use of the Dangerous Goods List for identification of the dangerous goods and available shipping options;
  • Packaging – This module includes the packaging requirements for dangerous goods, use of packing instructions and is intended for employees who select, fill, and close packages of dangerous goods;
  • Limited and Excepted Quantities – This module is intended for employees who prepare shipments of dangerous goods for air transport using the limited quantity or excepted quantity exception;
  • Marking and Labeling – This module provides instruction on the requirements for dangerous goods marking and labeling. It is intended for employees who affix marks and labels to packages of dangerous goods;
  • Shipping Papers – This module provides instruction on proper preparation of the dangerous goods shipping declaration and is intended for employees who prepare, verify, or sign dangerous goods shipping documents for transportation by air;

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes review questions throughout the course and a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. IATA 60 Module 1: Section 1 – Introduction – (17:22)
  2. IATA 60 Module 2: Section 2 – Limitations – (30:18)
  3. IATA 60 Module 3: Section 3 – Classification – (23:31)
  4. IATA 60 Module 4: Section 4 – Dangerous Goods List – (13:34)
  5. IATA 60 Module 5: Section 5 & 6 – Packaging – (31:50)
  6. IATA 60 Module 6: Section 2.6 & 2.7 – Limited and Excepted Quantities – (15:04)
  7. IATA 60 Module 7: Section 7 – Marking & Labeling – (26:19)
  8. IATA 60 Module 8: Section 8 – Shipping Papers – (16:36)
  9. IATA 60 Final Student Assessment – (01:59)

Total run time: 3:31:20

ICAO/IATA Radioactive 60th Edition – English

Description of Course: IATA Dangerous Goods Radioactive Training. This course is designed to provide training in compliance with the International Air Transport Association’s dangerous goods regulations. This module contains information and requirements found in Section 10 of the IATA regulations and introduces those concepts for radioactive materials. This course is narrated in English.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. IATA 60 Radioactive Module

Total run time: 37:49

IATA Spanish

ICAO/IATA 60th Edition – Spanish

Description of Course: Este curso está destinado a capacitar a los empleados encargados de preparar o ofrecer mercancías peligrosas para el transporte aéreo a través de la aplicación del Reglamento de mercancías peligrosas de la Asociación Internacional de transporte aéreo (IATA) y el cumplimiento de las Instrucciones técnicas de la organización de aviación civil internacional (OACI). El curso está diseñado para satisfacer los requisitos de capacitación para los empleados de mercancías peligrosas y otras personas en el ámbito de las normas de transporte, que se dedican a las funciones de los empleados que afectan a la seguridad en la oferta de mercancías peligrosas para transporte aéreo. Este curso es narrado en español.

Los módulos incluyen:

  • Introducción – Este módulo proporciona una descripción general de la norma IATA de mercancías peligrosas para todos los empleados de mercancías peligrosas;
  • Limitaciones – este módulo proporciona una visión general de las mercancías prohibidas, mercancías peligrosas ocultas, variaciones de estado y otras limitaciones enumeradas en la sección 2 de la IATA;
  • Clasificación – este módulo proporciona información sobre el proceso de clasificación e identifica las 9 clases de peligros de las Naciones Unidas;
  • Lista de mercancías peligrosas – este módulo proporciona instrucciones sobre el uso de la lista de mercancías peligrosas para la identificación de las mercancías peligrosas y las opciones de envío disponibles;
  • Embalaje – este módulo incluye los requisitos de embalaje para mercancías peligrosas, el uso de las instrucciones de empaque y está destinado a los empleados que seleccionan, llenan y cierran paquetes de mercancías peligrosas;
  • Cantidades limitadas y exceptuadas – este módulo está destinado a los empleados que preparan envíos de mercancías peligrosas para el transporte aéreo utilizando la cantidad limitada o la excepción de cantidad exceptuada;
  • Marcado y etiquetado – este módulo proporciona instrucciones sobre los requisitos para la marca y etiquetado de mercancías peligrosas. Se destina a los empleados que adhieren marcas y etiquetas a los bultos de mercancías peligrosas;
  • Documentos de envío – este módulo proporciona instrucciones sobre la preparación adecuada de la declaración de envío de mercancías peligrosas y está destinado a los empleados que preparan, verifican o firman documentos de envío de mercancías peligrosas para el transporte aéreo;

El curso es totalmente animado y narrado e incluye preguntas de revisión a lo largo del curso y una evaluación final de los estudiantes para verificar la comprensión del material presentado. Los estudiantes recibirán un certificado al terminar satisfactoriamente el curso.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Modulo 1: Introduccion y Aplicabilidad – 15 minutes
  2. Modulo 2: Limitaciones – 35 minutes
  3. Modulo 3: Clasificacion – 26 minutes
  4. Modulo 4: Proposito y Uso de la Lista de Productos Peligrosos – 14 minutes
  5. Modulo 5: Requisitos Generales de Empaque -35 minutes
  6. Modulo 6: Cantidades Exentas y Cantidades Limitadas -20 minutes
  7. Modulo 7: Marcado y Etiquetado – 30 minutes
  8. Modulo 8: Declaracion del Expedidor y Guia Aerea – 20 minutes
  9. Modulo 9: Evaluacion Final – 2 hours

Total run time: 3:31:20

 

ICAO/IATA 60th Edition Radioactive – Spanish

Description of Course: IATA mercancías peligrosas entrenamiento radiactivo. Este curso está diseñado para proporcionar capacitación en cumplimiento de las regulaciones de mercancías peligrosas de la Asociación Internacional de transporte aéreo. Este módulo contiene información y requisitos que se encuentran en la sección 10 de la normativa IATA e introduce esos conceptos para materiales radiactivos. Este curso es narrado en español.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. IATA 60 Radioactive Module

Total run time: 40:00

 

IMDG Training

International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Training Amd. 39-18

Description of Course: The IMDG Code requires that all shore-side dangerous goods personnel be trained. This training program focuses on the safe and compliant transportation of dangerous goods transported by ocean common carrier. High quality visual aids in the form of professionally designed slides with narration keep your students attention while covering all of the significant compliance issues. Each module focuses on a different function and includes examples, exercises, and a test to help obtain practical experience using the IMDG regulations. Certificates, which comply with US DOT requirements to document employee training are presented at the successful conclusion of the course.

Modules include: Introduction; Classification; Consignment Procedures -Marking, Labeling, and Placarding; Consignment Procedures–Documentation; Non-Bulk and IBC Packaging; Portable Tanks; and Transport Operations.

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes review questions throughout the course and a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

 Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Introduction (20:00)
  2. Classification (30:00)
  3. Packaging (30:00)
  4. Consignment Procedures (45:00)
  5. Documentation (45:00)
  6. Portable Tanks (30:00)
  7. Transport Operations (45:00)
  8. Final Student Assessment (2:00:00)

 

US Hazardous Materials Modules

49 CFR Function Specific Training

The 49 CFR Function Specific training is also available as separate modules in The Learning Hub, allowing you to take only the module(s) that pertain to your job. Please see more information listed below under 49 CFR Separate Job Function Training Modules regarding the separate modules.

Description of Course: This training course is intended for hazmat employees responsible for preparing or offering hazardous materials for transport by highway or rail in the United States. Students will receive training on the use of 49 CFR including all recent amendments and interpretations. The course is designed to satisfy the training requirements of Subpart H, § 172.704 for hazmat employees as defined in § 171.8 of the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR), who are engaged in pre-transportation functions or responsible for hazardous materials transportation safety.

When you complete all the modules listed below to include the Hazmat Awareness module, it is not necessary to complete the separate Dangerous Goods General Awareness and Security training in the learning hub.

This course meets the regulatory training standards set out in 49 CFR, Part 172, Subpart H, for all hazmat employees engaged in offering hazardous materials for ground transportation.

Modules include:

  • Hazmat Awareness – This module provides a familiarization with the general provisions of the hazmat regulations for all hazmat employees;
  • Hazmat Table – This module provides instruction on the use of the hazmat table for use by employees responsible for preparing hazardous materials for transport by ground or who are responsible for hazardous materials classification;
  • Shipping Papers and Emergency Response – This module provides instruction on proper preparation of hazmat shipping documents and is intended for employees preparing shipping documents for transportation by road, including employees verifying or signing documentation;
  • Non-Bulk Packaging – This module includes the packaging requirements for non-bulk packaging, the use of packing sections and compliance with closure instructions. It is intended for employees who select, fill, and close packages of hazardous materials;
  • Non-Bulk Marking and Labeling – This module provides instruction on the marking and labeling requirements for packages containing hazardous materials. It is intended for employees who affix marks and labels to packages of hazardous materials;
  • Placarding – This module provides instruction on the placarding requirements and is intended for employees who are responsible for determining placarding requirements, or affix placards to bulk packages of hazardous materials or transport vehicles;

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes review questions throughout the course and a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

 Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules

  1. 49 CFR Module 0: Awareness
  2. 49 CFR Module 1: Hazmat Table
  3. 49 CFR Module 2: Shipping Papers and Emergency Response
  4. 49 CFR Module 3: Non-Bulk Packaging
  5. 49 CFR Module 4: Non-Bulk Marking and Labeling
  6. 49 CFR Module 5: Placarding
  7. 49 CFR Final Student Assessment

Total run time: 4 Hours

 49 CFR Separate Job Function Training Modules
The 49 CFR Function Specific training is also available as separate modules in The Learning Hub, allowing you to take only the module(s) that pertain to your job. Each of these modules has a pre-requisite of Dangerous Goods General Awareness and Security training. Please click on links below to access the course modules:

49 CFR Non-Bulk Packaging

Description of Course: This function specific training program is designed for employees who select, fill, and close packages of hazardous materials. The module covers ackaging requirements for non-bulk packaging, the use of packing sections and compliance with closure instructions.

Hazardous Materials General Awareness training is a pre-requisite for this course. This course covers ONLY the Marking (§ 172.300) and Labeling (§ 172.400) of Non-Bulk Packages and Overpacks (§ 173.25).

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR § 172.704. A certificate of completion is provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. 49 CFR Module Non-Bulk Packaging

Total run time: 27:37

49 CFR Non-Bulk Marking & Labeling

Description of Course: This function specific training program is designed for employees responsible for marking and labeling non-bulk packages and overpacks containing non-bulk packages of hazardous materials.

Hazardous Materials General Awareness training is a pre-requisite for this course. This course covers ONLY the Marking (§ 172.300) and Labeling (§ 172.400) of Non-Bulk Packages and Overpacks (§ 173.25).

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR § 172.704. A certificate of completion is provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. 49 CFR Module Non-Bulk Marking and Labeling

Total run time: 20:38

49 CFR Placarding

Description of Course: This function specific training program is designed for employees responsible for determining placarding requirements, selecting and affixing placards for cargo transport units such as trailers and containers. This module also addresses placarding requirements for bulk packagings.

Hazardous Materials General Awareness training is a pre-requisite for this course. This course covers ONLY the Placarding of Cargo Transport Units and Bulk Packages.

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR § 172.704. A certificate of completion is provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. 49 CFR Module Placarding

Total run time: 17:45

49 CFR Hazmat Table and Classification

Description of Course: This module provides instruction on the use of the hazmat table by employees responsible for preparing hazardous materials for transport by ground or who are responsible for hazardous materials classification.

Hazardous Materials General Awareness training is a pre-requisite for this course. This course covers ONLY the Placarding of Cargo Transport Units and Bulk Packages.

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR § 172.704. A certificate of completion is provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. 49 CFR Module Hazmat Table

Total run time:  45:20

49 CFR Shipping Papers and Emergency Response

Description of Course: This function specific training module is designed for employees responsible for preparing or reviewing shipping documents. It will address requirements specific to hazardous materials shipping papers and emergency response information.

Hazardous Materials General Awareness training is a pre-requisite for this course. This course covers ONLY Shipping Papers and Emergency Response Information.

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR § 172.704. A certificate of completion is provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. 49 CFR Module Shipping Papers and Emergency Response

Total run time: 27:32

49 CFR Function Specific Training Spanish

Description of Course: Este curso de capacitación está dirigido a los empleados de materiales peligrosos responsables de preparar u ofrecer materiales peligrosos para el transporte por carretera o ferrocarril en los Estados Unidos. Esta capacitación es en español. Los estudiantes recibirán capacitación sobre el uso de 49 CFR, incluidas todas las modificaciones e interpretaciones recientes. El curso está diseñado para satisfacer los requisitos de capacitación de la Subparte H, §172.704 para empleados de materiales peligrosos según se define en §171.8 de los Reglamentos de Materiales Peligrosos (HMR), que desempeñan funciones previas al transporte o son responsables de la seguridad del transporte de materiales peligrosos

Este curso cumple con los estándares de capacitación regulatoria establecidos en 49 CFR, Parte 172, Subparte H, para todos los empleados de materiales peligrosos que ofrecen materiales peligrosos para el transporte terrestre.

Los módulos incluyen:

  • Conocimiento de materiales peligrosos: este módulo proporciona una familiarización con las disposiciones generales de las regulaciones de materiales peligrosos para todos los empleados de materiales peligrosos.
  • Tabla de materiales peligrosos: este módulo brinda instrucciones sobre el uso de la tabla de materiales peligrosos para uso de los empleados responsables de la preparación de materiales peligrosos para el transporte por tierra o que son responsables de la clasificación de materiales peligrosos;
  • Documentos de envío y respuesta de emergencia: este módulo brinda instrucciones sobre la preparación adecuada de los documentos de envío de materiales peligrosos y está destinado a los empleados que preparan documentos de envío para el transporte por carretera, incluidos los empleados que verifican o firman la documentación;
  • Embalaje no a granel: este módulo incluye los requisitos de embalaje para envases no a granel, el uso de secciones de embalaje y el cumplimiento de las instrucciones de cierre. Está dirigido a empleados que seleccionan, llenan y cierran paquetes de materiales peligrosos;
  • Marcado y etiquetado no a granel: este módulo proporciona instrucciones sobre los requisitos de marcado y etiquetado para paquetes que contienen materiales peligrosos. Está destinado a los empleados que pegan marcas y etiquetas a paquetes de materiales peligrosos;
  • Cartelería: este módulo proporciona instrucciones sobre los requisitos de señalización y está destinado a los empleados que son responsables de determinar los requisitos de señalización, o colocar carteles en paquetes a granel de materiales peligrosos o vehículos de transporte;

El curso está completamente animado y narrado e incluye preguntas de repaso a lo largo del curso y una evaluación final del estudiante para verificar la comprensión del material presentado. Los estudiantes recibirán un certificado al completar con éxito el curso.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. 49 CFR Module 0: Awareness – (33:55)
  2. 49 CFR Module 1: Hazmat Table – (45:20)
  3. 49 CFR Module 2: Shipping Papers and Emergency Response – (27:32)
  4. 49 CFR Module 3: Non-Bulk Packaging – (27:37)
  5. 49 CFR Module 4: Non-Bulk Marking and Labeling – (20:38)
  6. 49 CFR Module 5: Placarding – (17:45)
  7. 49 CFR Final Student Assessment – (01:52)

Total run time: 2:53:39

Lithium Battery Training

Lithium Battery Transport Multimodal Training 2019

Course Description: This course provides training for dangerous goods employees responsible for preparing, offering in transportation, or transporting fully-regulated and excepted lithium batteries by the highway/rail or air modes of transportation, domestically and internationally. The course is designed for students of all knowledge levels so prior hazardous material training is not a pre-requisite to attend.

The course provides function specific training on the transport regulations within the scope and applicability of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations (49CFR) Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR), the European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR), International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code), Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulation (TDGR) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations to satisfy the training requirements for employees shipping lithium metal and lithium ion and excepted lithium batteries

In order to satisfy the training requirements in §172.704(a) for general and security awareness, make sure you also complete a separate general awareness/familiarization or security awareness training.

The course has been updated to include all regulatory changes through April 2019 to include the February 27, 2019 US DOT PHMSA Interim Final Rule harmonizing with the international air transport regulations prohibiting the transport of lithium ion cells or batteries as cargo on passenger carrying aircraft and the November 27, 2018 US DOT Notice of Proposed Rulemaking HM-215O.

The training program will address the following questions:

  • What are the different types of lithium batteries and how are the defined in the regulations?
  • What are the exceptions to the regulations?
  • How are lithium batteries packaged and shipped by air in accordance with ICAO/IATA DGR?
  • How are lithium batteries packaged and shipped by vessel in accordance with the IMDG Code?
  • How are lithium batteries packaged and shipped by road in accordance with the requirements of ADR and domestically in the U.S. by 49 CFR?
  • What marks or labels are required?
  • How do the U.S. regulations impact international shipping?
  • What are the changes with the U.S. harmonization rulemaking and how does it differ from the international regulations?

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes review questions throughout the course and a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented.

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR §172.704. A certificate of completion has been provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Total Run Time: 1:54:59

 

Lithium Battery Transport Multimodal Training – French 2019

Description of Course: Ce cours fournit une formation aux employés des marchandises dangereuses responsables de la préparation, de l’offre de transport ou du transport de piles au lithium entièrement réglementées et à l’exception des modes de transport autoroutier / ferroviaire ou aérien, au niveau national et international. Le cours est conçu pour les étudiants de tous les niveaux de connaissances, de sorte que la formation préalable des matières dangereuses n’est pas une condition préalable à l’adhésion. Le cours permet de prendre conscience de la réglementation des transports dans le champ d’application et l’applicabilité du Règlement sur le Code du Règlement fédéral (49CFR) sur les matières dangereuses (HMR), l’Accord européen concernant le transport international de marchandises dangereuses par route (ADR), Maritime international Code des marchandises dangereuses (Code IMDG) et le Règlement sur les marchandises dangereuses de l’Association internationale du transport aérien (IATA) pour satisfaire aux exigences de formation pour les employés qui emploient des batteries au lithium … Afin de satisfaire les exigences de formation en matière de sensibilisation générale et de sécurité, complétez-vous La sensibilisation générale séparée / la familiarisation ou la formation à la sensibilisation à la sécurité.

Cette formation expliquera les différents types de technologie de la batterie utilisée aujourd’hui, les règlements et les spécifications correspondantes sur la façon d’identifier et de transporter les batteries au lithium en toute sécurité.

Le programme de formation abordera les questions suivantes:

  • Quels sont les différents types de batteries au lithium et comment sont définis dans la réglementation?
  • Quelles sont les exceptions aux règlements?
  • Comment les piles au lithium sont-elles emballées et expédiées par voie aérienne conformément à l’ICAO / IATA DGR?
  • Comment les piles au lithium sont-elles emballées et expédiées par navire conformément au Code IMDG?
  • Comment les piles au lithium sont-elles emballées et expédiées par voie routière conformément aux exigences de l’ADR et au niveau national aux États-Unis par 49 CFR?
  • Quelles sont les marques ou les étiquettes requises?
  • Comment la réglementation américaine influe-t-elle sur la navigation internationale?
  • Quels sont les changements apportés à la formulation des règles d’harmonisation des États-Unis et comment diffère-t-il de la réglementation internationale?

Le cours est entièrement animé et narré et comprend des questions d’évaluation tout au long du cours et une évaluation finale des élèves pour vérifier la compréhension du matériel présenté. Les étudiants recevront un certificat après l’achèvement du cours.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. French Lithium Multimodal Battery CBT

Total run time: 2:27:00

 

Lithium Battery Transport Multimodal Training – Spanish 2019

Description of Course: Este curso proporciona capacitación a los empleados de mercancías peligrosas responsables de preparar, ofrecer en transporte, o transportar baterías de litio totalmente reguladas y exceptuadas por los modos de transporte de carretera/ferrocarril o aire, a nivel nacional y Internacionalmente. El curso está diseñado para estudiantes de todos los niveles de conocimiento, así que el entrenamiento de materiales peligrosos previos no es un requisito previo para asistir. El curso proporciona un conocimiento de las regulaciones del transporte dentro del alcance y aplicabilidad del título 49, código de regulaciones federales (49CFR) regulaciones de los materiales peligrosos (HMR), Código marítimo internacional de las mercancías peligrosas (código de IMDG), y el Asociación Internacional de transporte aéreo (IATA) Reglamento de mercancías peligrosas para satisfacer los requisitos de formación de los empleados que envían baterías de litio. Con el fin de satisfacer el requisito de formación para la concienciación general y de seguridad, también debe completar la formación de conciencia general/familiarización o conocimiento de seguridad separada.

Este entrenamiento explicará los diferentes tipos de tecnología de baterías que se utilizan hoy en día, las regulaciones y especificaciones correspondientes sobre cómo identificar y transportar con seguridad las baterías de litio.

El programa de formación abordará las siguientes preguntas:

  • ¿Cuáles son los diferentes tipos de baterías de litio y cómo se definen en las normas?
  • ¿Cuáles son las excepciones a las regulaciones?
  • ¿Cómo se empaquetan y envían las baterías de litio por vía aérea de acuerdo con la OACI/IATA DGR?
  • ¿Cómo se empaquetan y envían las baterías de litio por buque de acuerdo con el Código IMDG?
  • ¿Cómo se empaquetan y envían las baterías de litio por carretera a nivel nacional en los Estados Unidos por 49 CFR?
  • ¿Qué marcas o etiquetas se requieren?
  • ¿Cómo impactan las regulaciones estadounidenses en el envío internacional?
  • ¿Cuáles son los cambios con la armonización de Estados Unidos reglamentación y cómo se diferencia de las regulaciones internacionales?

El curso es totalmente animado y narrado e incluye preguntas de revisión a lo largo del curso y una evaluación final de los estudiantes para verificar la comprensión del material presentado. Los estudiantes recibirán un certificado al terminar satisfactoriamente el curso.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Spanish Lithium Battery Transport Multimodal Training

Total run time: 1:51:35

 

Lithium Battery Transport by Ground Training 2019

Course Description: Welcome to the training program entitled Safe and Compliant Transportation of Lithium Batteries by Ground. This course is intended for training hazmat employees responsible for preparing, offering in transportation, or transporting fully-regulated and excepted lithium batteries by the highway/rail domestically. The course is designed for students of all knowledge levels so prior hazardous material training is not a pre-requisite to attend.

The course provides function specific training on the transport regulations within the scope and applicability of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations (49CFR) Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) to satisfy the training requirements for employees shipping lithium batteries.

In order to satisfy the training requirements in §172.704(a) for general and security awareness, make sure you also complete a separate general awareness/familiarization or security awareness training.

The course has been updated to include all regulatory changes through April 2019 to include the February 27, 2019 US DOT PHMSA Interim Final Rule harmonizing with the international air transport regulations prohibiting the transport of lithium ion cells or batteries as cargo on passenger carrying aircraft and the November 27, 2018 US DOT Notice of Proposed Rulemaking HM-215O.

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes review questions throughout the course and a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented.

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR §172.704. A certificate of completion has been provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Total Run Time: 44:33

Lithium Battery Transport by Air Training 2019

Course Description: The Safe and Compliant Transportation of Lithium Batteries by Air course provides you with instruction on how to safely and compliantly ship lithium metal and lithium ion batteries by air using the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations. This course is intended for training hazmat employees responsible for preparing, offering in transportation, or transporting fully regulated and excepted lithium batteries by air. This training provides explanations of the various types of battery technology in use today. The course is designed for students of all knowledge levels so prior hazardous material training is not a pre-requisite to attend.

The course provides function specific training on the transport regulations within the scope and applicability of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations to satisfy the training requirements for employees shipping or transporting lithium metal and lithium ion batteries

In order to satisfy the training requirements in §172.704(a) for general and security awareness, make sure you also complete a separate general awareness/familiarization or security awareness training.

The course has been updated to include all regulatory changes through April 2019 to include the February 27, 2019 US DOT PHMSA Interim Final Rule harmonizing with the international air transport regulations prohibiting the transport of lithium ion cells or batteries as cargo on passenger carrying aircraft and the November 27, 2018 US DOT Notice of Proposed Rulemaking HM-215O.

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes review questions throughout the course and a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented.

A copy of the training materials have been provided to Honeywell International in accordance with 49 CFR §172.704. A certificate of completion has been provided to each student in recognition that they have satisfactorily completed the training and testing as prescribed.

Total Run Time: 57:58

TDG Canada Training

TDG Training

Description of Course: This course will explain the contents and requirements in Parts 1 through 12 of the TDG regulations, which pertain to the safe preparation and transportation of dangerous goods to, from, and within Canada.

There are a total of nine modules including the final exam in the TDG Training program. Begin the course with this Module 1, the introduction. Upon successful completion of each module you will be able to advance to the next module. Upon successful completion of all modules, you will receive a certificate of completion.

The course includes the modules: Introduction, Classification, Documentation, Safety Marks on Small Means of Containment, Safety Marks on Large Means of Containment, Means of Containment, ERAPS and Release Reporting, Cross Border Shipping Between Canada and the US, and the Final Exam.

Module 1
This module covers an introduction to the training program.

Module 2
This module covers Part 2 of the Transport of Dangerous Goods regulations – Classification.   This Part of the regulations is important for persons that have the responsibility for determining whether a substance, product or organism is a dangerous good regulated for transport under the Canadian TDG regulations.

Module 3
This module covers Part 3 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations – Documentation. This Part of the regulations provides the requirements for the proper completion of shipping documents.

Module 4
This module covers Part 4 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations – Safety Marks.  This module will focus on the required safety marks for small means of containment for dangerous goods.

Module 5
This module covers Part 4 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations – Safety Marks. This module will focus on the required safety marks for large means of containment for dangerous goods.

Module 6
This module covers Part 5 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations – Means of Containment.  This Part of the regulations provides important information for persons with the responsibility for selecting, filling and properly closing small means of containment including cylinders and tubes used for the transport of dangerous goods.

Module 7
This module covers Parts 7 & 8 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations. These Parts concern Emergency Response Assistance Plans or ERAPs and accident reporting.

Module 8
This module covers Parts 8 and 9 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations.   This module will cover the cross-border shipments of dangerous goods between Canada and the US.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules: 

  1. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod1_Introduction
  2. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod2_Classification
  3. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod3_Documentation
  4. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod4_Safety_Marks_Small
  5. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod5_Safety_Marks_Large
  6. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod6_Means_Of_Containment
  7. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod7_ERAPS_And_Reporting
  8. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod8_Cross_Border_US_Canada
  9. CorpHSE_TDG_Mod9_Final_Exam

Total run time: 2:56:00

 

ADR Training

ADR Training

Description of Course: This program has been developed to provide training in the proper use of the ADR concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road within the European Union and within Contracting Parties who have adopted the ADR for use within their country.

There are a total of twelve modules including the final exam in the ADR Training program. Begin the course with this Module 1, the introduction. Upon successful completion of each module you will be able to advance to the next module. Upon successful completion of all modules, you will receive a certificate of completion.

The course includes the modules: Introduction, Classification, Dangerous Goods List and Special Provisions, Use of Packagings including IBCs and Large Packagings, Packaging – Portable Tanks and Tank Containers, Marking & Labeling, Marking & Placarding, Documentation, DG in Limited Quantities, DG in Excepted Quantities, Transport Provisions and the Final Exam.

Module 1
This module covers an introduction to the training program.

Module 2
This module includes requirements for the classification of dangerous goods and the selection of proper shipping names.

Module 3
This module includes an overview of the layout, content and use of the Dangerous Goods List and Special Provisions in ADR.

Module 4
This module includes requirements found in ADR Chapter 4.1 related to the use of packagings, intermediate bulk containers or IBCs and large packagings.

Module 5
This module includes an overview of the requirements for the use of portable tanks and tank containers for the transport of dangerous goods by road.

Module 6
This module includes an overview of the marking and labeling requirements applicable to packages containing dangerous goods shipped by road in accordance with ADR.

Module 7
This module includes an overview of the marking and placarding requirements for portable tanks, road tank vehicles and other transport units used for the carriage of dangerous goods in accordance with the ADR regulations.

Module 8
This module includes an overview of requirements for dangerous goods documentation.

Module 9
This module includes information on the use, application and restrictions of the limited quantity exception in ADR.  This exception is beneficial to shippers who ship small quantities of dangerous goods by road.

Module 10
This module includes information on the preparation, offering and carriage of dangerous goods in Excepted Quantities.    This exception is beneficial to those who ship very small quantities of dangerous goods by road.

Module 11
This module includes requirements found in Chapters 7 and 8 of ADR concerning transport provisions and requirements for vehicle crews. 

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. CorpHSE_ADR_Mod1_Introduction
  2. CorpHSE_ADR_Mod2_Classification
  3. CorpHSE_ADR_Mod3_DGListSpecProvisions
  4. CorpHSE_ADR_Mod4_Packagings
  5. CorpHSE_ADR_Mod5_PortableTanks
  6. CorpHSE_ADR_Mod6_MarkingLabeling
  7. CorpHSE_ADR_Mod7_Placarding
  8. Corp_HSE_ADR_Mod8_Documentation
  9. Corp_HSE_ADR_Mod9_LtdQuantities
  10. Corp_HSE_ADR_Mod10_ExceptQuantities
  11. Corp_HSE_ADR_Mod11_TranspProvisions
  12. Corp_HSE_ADR_Mod12_FinalExam

Total run time: 3:23:03

 

ADR 1.1.3.1 Exemptions Related to the Carriage of Dangerous Goods Ancillary to a Business Operation [in Company Vehicles]

Description of course: The ADR 1.1.3.1 Exemptions Related to the Carriage of Dangerous Goods Ancillary to a Business Operation training module details the exemptions permitted under ADR for the carriage of dangerous goods in company owned vehicles.

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Prerequisite:

Students must have successfully completed a dangerous goods general awareness and security awareness course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. ADR 1.1.3.1 Exemptions Related to the Carriage of Dangerous Goods Ancillary to a Business Operation [in Company Vehicles]

Total run time: 18:51

RCRA Training

DOT Hazardous Waste Manifest Training

Description of Course: This course covers the requirements for the proper preparation and validation of hazardous waste manifests as defined by the US Department of Transportation (49 CFR) and the Environmental Protection Agency (40 CFR).

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules: 

  1. DOT Hazardous Waste Manifest Training

Total run time: 24:28

US CMV Fleet Safety Training:

Hours of Service Training

Description of Course: This module explains the Hours of Service regulations, limitations and recordkeeping requirements.

This training course is designed for drivers and managers of drivers that are required to track their hours of service using a record of duty status.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Hours of Service Training

Total run time: 38:30

Hours of Service Exceptions Training

Description of Course: This module explains the rules and requirements of two of the most common hours of service exceptions.  These are the 100 and 150 air mile radius or short haul provisions in 49 CFR Part 395.

This training course is designed for drivers and managers of drivers that stay within a 100 or 150 air mile radius of their normal work reporting location.   If you do not meet the requirements of this exception, which are explained in this training program, or if you are required to use Electronic Logging Devices, please complete the standard hours of service module, also available online.

This module will cover the 100 air mile radius exception to hours of service regulations and the 150 air mile radius exception for PROPERTY CARRYING commercial motor vehicles only.   Rules may differ for passenger carrying CMVs and for CMVs operated in oilfields, for retail deliveries, in Alaska, during motion picture operations and other specialized industries.

There are differences to these two exceptions above and beyond simply the distance used in the description.   We will also cover the requirements if you or your drivers do NOT meet the rules and recordkeeping requirements of these two exceptions.

In addition to what is covered in this presentation, we encourage you to visit Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s website where you can view the hours of service regulations and interpretations on the exceptions we cover in this module.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Hours of Service Exceptions Training

Total run time: 20:39

Reasonable Suspicion Training Course

Description of Course: This course provides 60 minutes of instruction on the effects of alcohol and 60 minutes on the effects of controlled substances and is designed to meet FMCSA requirements for supervisors of commercial motor vehicles.   The course will provide supervisors with the information they need in order to understand reasonable suspicion testing and when it is required.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Reasonable Suspicion Training Course

Total run time: 76:12

ABCs of CMVs Training Course

Description of Course: This course is designed as an introduction to the basics of Commercial Motor Vehicle management for commercial motor vehicle drivers and supervisors.  It covers Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations applicable to vehicles with GVWRs at or above 10,001 pounds.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. ABCs of CMVs Training Course

Total run time: 44:01

 

CMV Driver Qualification Course

Description of Course: This course provides an overview of the items required in the Driver Qualification (DQ) File of every commercial motor vehicle driver. An overview of the DQ process, an explanation of the forms and how they must be completed and a review of the JJ Keller file auditing and maintenance process is included.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. CMV Driver Qualification Course

Total run time: 34:35

Materials of Trade Training

Materials of Trade US Training

Description of Course: The Materials of Trade exception in 49 CFR 173.6 provides important regulatory exceptions to the dangerous goods regulations.  This exception allows Honeywell personnel to transport certain types and quantities of dangerous goods in Honeywell owned or leased vehicles for the purpose of supporting business operations.  Employees that engage in the transport of materials of trade must complete this training course which covers the limitations and requirements associated with using the Materials of Trade exception.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Materials of Trade US Training

Total run time: 16:23

Materials of Trade Canada Training

Description of Course: This training module includes information about shipping dangerous goods in company vehicles within Canada. It covers requirements of the 150kg gross mass exemption under TDG regulations and is very similar to the Materials of Trade exception in the US.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Materials of Trade Canada Training

Total run time: 14:15

 

Blocking & Bracing / Cargo Securement Training

Cargo Securement (Non-Hazmat) Training

Description of Course: This program has been developed to provide training in the proper use of supporting equipment and securement techniques to prevent shipments from being damaged in transport.

There are a total of six modules including the final exam in the Cargo Securement training program. Begin the course with this Module 1, the Introduction. Upon successful completion of each module you will be able to advance to the next module. Upon successful completion of all modules, you will receive a certificate of completion. The course includes the modules: Introduction, Securement by Mode, Supporting Equipment and Restraint Methods, Securement Techniques, Case Studies, and the Final Exam.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Module 1
This module covers an introduction to the training program.

Module 2
This module will cover the forces that cargo experiences when being transported by road, rail, vessel, and aircraft, as well as regulations that apply to securement.

Module 3
This module will cover various devices and equipment used to secure loads of different shapes and sizes, as well as how they are used.

Module 4
This module will cover several techniques that are commonly used to secure different types of packagings.

Module 5
In this module, we will review what you have learned in the previous modules by examining several cargo securement situations and highlighting what was done incorrectly. 

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. CorpHSE_CargoSec_Mod1_Introduction
  2. CorpHSE_CargoSec_Mod2_SecByMode
  3. CorpHSE_CargoSec_Mod3_SuppEqpt
  4. CorpHSE_CargoSec_Mod4_SecTechs
  5. CorpHSE_CargoSec_Mod5_CaseStds
  6. CorpHSE_CargoSec_Mod6_FinalExam

Total run time: 2:00:00

Hazmat Blocking and Bracing Cargo Securement Training

Description of Course: This Blocking & Bracing course is intended for those Honeywell employees who are responsible for supervising and or packing cargo transport units with packages containing dangerous goods and other cargos.

The course is designed to meet the requirements of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations and the International Maritime Organization for training hazardous materials/dangerous goods employees.

This in- depth course assists the dangerous goods/hazardous material manager, supervisor and packer to ensure transportation compliance and minimization of shipment delays, out-of-service orders, spills, and clean-up costs, environmental restoration fees and other claims related to improper securement.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Hazmat Blocking and Bracing Cargo Securement Training

Total run time: 68:47

Radioactive Courses:

Radioactive Materials Radioactive Type A – SCO – LSA

Description of course: This dangerous goods transportation compliance program is for class 7 radioactive materials.  This presentation deals exclusively with fully regulated radioactive material in Type A or industrial packages, Low Specific Activity Material and Surface Contaminated Objects.

If you are involved with the shipment of radioactive materials in instruments or articles which are classified as limited quantity or excepted packages, please take the module specifically designed for those materials, also available on the Honeywell Learning Hub.

The material in this presentation is current and accurate as of September 2019.  Always remember to check the most current edition of the transportation regulations to ensure compliance.

Prerequisite:

  • Students must have successfully completed a dangerous goods general awareness and security awareness course.

Total run time: 35:30

Radioactive Materials Excepted Packages (Instruments & Articles (UN2911) and Limited Quantities (UN2910))

Description of course:
This dangerous goods transportation compliance program is for class 7 radioactive materials.  This presentation deals exclusively with exempt class 7 materials and radioactive materials in excepted packages.  This includes most instruments and articles assigned to UN2911 and limited quantities of other form radioactive material assigned to UN2910.

If you ship fully regulated radioactive material in Type A packages, Low Specific Activity Material or Surface Contaminated Objects, please take the modules specifically designed for those materials, also available online in the Honeywell Learning Hub.

The material in this presentation is current and accurate as of June 2018.  Always remember to check the most current edition of the transportation regulations to ensure compliance.

Prerequisite:

  • Students must have successfully completed a dangerous goods general awareness and security awareness course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Radioactive Materials Excepted Packages (Instruments & Articles (UN2911) and Limited Quantities (UN2910))

Total run time: 35:30

ICAO/IATA Radioactive 60th Edition – English

Description of Course: IATA Dangerous Goods Radioactive Training. This course is designed to provide training in compliance with the International Air Transport Association’s dangerous goods regulations. This module contains information and requirements found in Section 10 of the IATA regulations and introduces those concepts for radioactive materials. This course is narrated in English.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. IATA 60 Radioactive Module

Total run time: 37:49

ICAO/IATA 60th Edition Radioactive – Spanish

Description of Course: IATA mercancías peligrosas entrenamiento radiactivo. Este curso está diseñado para proporcionar capacitación en cumplimiento de las regulaciones de mercancías peligrosas de la Asociación Internacional de transporte aéreo. Este módulo contiene información y requisitos que se encuentran en la sección 10 de la normativa IATA e introduce esos conceptos para materiales radiactivos. Este curso es narrado en español.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. IATA 59 Radioactive Module

Total run time: 39:29

DG Function Specific Cylinder Courses

DG Function Specific Cylinder ID and Inspection

Description of Course: A dangerous goods training module designed specifically for Honeywell locations involved in the identification, selection, inspection and filling of gas cylinders.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules: 

  1. DG Function Specific Cylinder ID and Inspection

Total run time: 20:29

 

DG Function Specific Cylinder Marking Labeling and Shipping

Description of Course: This dangerous goods training module is designed specifically for Honeywell locations involved in the marking, labeling, loading, placarding, securement and documentation of gas cylinder shipments.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. DG Function Specific Cylinder Marking Labeling and Shipping

Total run time: 23:45

Bulk Loading & Unloading Courses:

Safe Loading and Unloading of ISO Tanks Training

Description of Course: The course familiarizes students who load or unload dangerous goods from portable tanks with the requirements of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code or IMDG Code.

This course should be completed by Honeywell employees with responsibility for ~managing, loading, unloading, sealing or inspecting ISO tanks.

An ISO Tank is a tank container which is built to the International Organization for Standardizations or ISO standard.  ISO tanks are designed to carry liquids in bulk, both hazardous and non-hazardous.

The course provides you with a general understanding of ~ISO tank designs and usage, ~the IMDG regulations that apply to their loading, unloading and movement, and ~the requirements for periodically retesting the tanks.  The procedures for inspecting ISO tanks prior to and after loading and unloading are also reviewed.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. ISO Tanks Training

Total run time: 40:06

Bulk Loading and Unloading: Rail Tank Cars

Description of Course: This course is designed to familiarize persons that load or unload hazardous materials from tank cars with the Department of Transportation requirements that apply to these activities.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Bulk Loading and Unloading: Rail Tank Cars

Total run time: 22:48

Bulk Loading and Unloading: Portable Tanks

Description of Course: This course is designed to familiarize persons that load or unload hazardous materials from portable tanks with the Department of Transportation requirements that apply to these activities.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Bulk Loading and Unloading: Portable Tanks

Total run time: 24:36

Bulk Loading and Unloading: Cargo Tanks course

Description of Course: Welcome to Honeywell’s hazardous materials training program on bulk loading and unloading.   This course is designed to familiarize persons that load or unload hazardous materials from cargo tanks with the Department of Transportation requirements that apply to these activities.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules 

  1. Bulk Loading and Unloading: Cargo Tanks course

Total run time: 23:32

Intermediate Bulk Containers – IBC – 2018 Training

Description of Course: This training program addresses the selection, certification, testing, filling, closure and inspection of Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs).

Upon completion of the course you will be able to:

  • Identify different types of IBCs
  • Understand IBC UN certification markings
  • Perform an IBC pre-load inspection
  • Fill, close and handle IBCs properly.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Selection, Certification, Testing, Filling, Closure and Inspection of Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) Training

Total run time: 35:01

Mexican NOMs Training Courses:

Mexican Official Standards (NOMS) General Awareness Training 2019 –English

Course Description: The NOMS General Awareness Training Program is a professional, technically proven training program developed by the professionals at Currie Associates. This all-inclusive NOMS training curriculum provides everything needed to meet SCT requirements for General Awareness Training Title 8 Chapter IV of Mexican Regulation for ground transport of hazardous materials and waste , while maintaining the interest of your trainees.

The NOMS General Awareness training program is a high-quality medium that ensures coverage of all the significant compliance issues. Examples and test questions will help you document hazmat employee qualification as required by the SCT.

  • Recognizing Hazardous Materials
  • Hazardous Materials Documents
  • Hazard Communication—marking, labels, placards
  • Containerization
  • Handling/Accident Prevention
  • Emergency Response
  • Hazmat Transportation Security

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful of the course.

Total Run Time: 34:49

Mexican Official Standards (NOMS) General Awareness Training 2019 –Spanish

Description of Course: El Programa de capacitación de concientización general de NOMS es un programa de capacitación profesional y técnicamente probado desarrollado por los profesionales de Currie Associates. Este currículo de capacitación NOMS con todo incluido ofrece todo lo necesario para cumplir con los requisitos de SCT para el Capítulo IV del Título 8 de Capacitación de Concientización General para el transporte de materiales peligrosos y desperdicios, al mismo tiempo que mantiene el interés de sus alumnos.

El programa de capacitación de Concienciación General de NOMS es un medio de alta calidad que garantiza la cobertura de todos los problemas importantes de cumplimiento. Los ejemplos y las preguntas de la prueba lo ayudarán a documentar la calificación de los empleados de materiales peligrosos según lo requiere la SCT.
• Reconocimiento de materiales peligrosos
• Documentos de materiales peligrosos
• Comunicación de peligro, marcado, etiquetado, carteles de riesgo.
• Contenedores
• Manejo / Prevención de Accidentes
• Respuesta de emergencia
• Seguridad del transporte de materiales peligrosos

El curso está completamente animado y narrado e incluye una evaluación final de los estudiantes para verificar la comprensión del material presentado. Los estudiantes recibirán un certificado después de aprobar con éxito el examen.

Total Run Time: 38:17

Mexican NOMS Function Specific Training – English

Description of Course: The NOMS Function Specific Training Program is a professionally narrated training program. This all-inclusive NOMS training curriculum provides everything needed to meet SCT requirements for General Awareness Training Title 8 Chapter IV of Mexican Regulation for ground transport of hazardous materials and waste.

The NOMS Function Specific training program is a high-quality medium that provides coverage for all the significant compliance issues. Examples and test questions will help you document hazmat employee qualification as required by the SCT.

  • Regulatory Framework Transport SCT
  • Ground Transport of Hazardous Materials and Waste Regulation
  • NOMS for Dangerous goods Transportation
  • Consequences of Non-Compliance
  • Training requirements SCT & STPS
  • Classification
  • Hazardous materials table
  • Packaging
  • Marking & labeling
  • Placarding
  • Shipping papers
  • Emergency Response
  • Loading / segregation
  • Exceptions
  • Limited quantities
  • Security awareness

The course is fully animated and narrated and includes a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Total run time: 2:03:25

Mexican NOMS Function Specific Training – Spanish

Description of Course: El Programa de Capacitación para Función Específica de NOMS es un programa de capacitación profesional y técnicamente probado desarrollado por los profesionales de Currie Associates. Este currículo de capacitación NOMS con todo incluido proporciona todo lo necesario para cumplir con los requisitos de SCT para el Capítulo 8 del Título IV de Capacitación de Conciencia General para el transporte terrestre de materiales y residuos peligrosos, al mismo tiempo que mantiene el interés de sus alumnos.

El programa de capacitación NOMS Función Específica es un medio de alta calidad que garantiza la cobertura de todos los problemas importantes de cumplimiento. Los ejemplos y las preguntas de la prueba lo ayudarán a documentar la calificación de los empleados de materiales peligrosos según lo requiere la SCT.

  • Marco reglamentario del transporte SCT.
  • Regulación del transporte terrestre de materiales peligrosos y residuos.
  • NOMS para el transporte de mercancías peligrosas
  • Consecuencias del incumplimiento
  • Requisitos de entrenamiento SCT y STPS.
  • Clasificación
  • Tabla de materiales peligrosos.
  • Embalaje
  • Marcado y etiquetado
  • Carteles de riesgo
  • Documentos de envío
  • Respuesta de emergencia
  • Carga / segregación
  • Excepciones
  • Cantidades limitadas
  • Conciencia de seguridad

El curso está completamente animado y narrado e incluye una evaluación final de los estudiantes para verificar la comprensión del material presentado. Los estudiantes recibirán un certificado después de aprobar el examen.

Total run time: 2:41:55

Specialty Courses:

Closure Instructions Training

Description of Course: This course is designed to familiarize persons that use or maintain closure instructions on the regulations that apply to them and the importance of following them precisely.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. Closure Instructions Training

Total run time: 23:06

 

DG in Machinery Training Course

Description of Course: Welcome to Honeywell’s function specific dangerous goods training related to the proper shipment of Dangerous Goods in Machinery.  This training covers US and international transport requirements for the proper shipment of Honeywell products such as fuel wetted components and any other machinery or equipment that contains small amounts of certain dangerous goods.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. DG in Machinery Training Course

Total run time: 32:31

IATA DG Pilot Training

Description of Course: Hazardous material transport is vital to Honeywell businesses, and many Honeywell products as well as company materials are classified as hazardous for transport.  Yet Honeywell does not accept hazardous material for transport as cargo aboard their aircraft.  Therefore it is important to understand how to recognize a hazardous material, and what steps are necessary to ensure these materials are not improperly offered or transported on the Honeywell fleet.  The Honeywell’s Flight Operations Hazardous Materials training program will provide important information to ensure our Fleet operations remain safe and compliant with regards to hazardous materials transport, and is in compliance with applicable Flight Operations’ Operating Manuals.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. IATA DG Pilot Training

HazMat 5800 Incident Reporting Training

Description of Course: The Hazardous Materials Transportation Incident Reporting Guideline Training module covers US Department of Transportation requirements for immediate telephone notification, written 5800 reports and also additional company requirements which must be met following certain transportation incidents.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. HazMat 5800 Incident Reporting Training

Total run time: 48:43

Northford, CT Plant

UN2911 and UN3091 Excepted and Non-Spillable Batteries Shipments Function Specific Training

Description of Course: This training will cover DOT, IATA and IMDG requirements for the safe and compliant shipment of excepted lithium metal batteries contained in equipment, non-spillable batteries and ionizing smoke detectors containing excepted quantities of radioactive materials.

Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Number and Order of Sequence for Training Modules:

  1. UN2911 and UN3091 Excepted Shipments Function Specific Training

Total run time: 45:18

Honeywell Ocean Container Inspection

Course Description: This module covers the inspection of freight containers, as well as the proper methods of dangerous goods loading, segregation and securement.

Course ID: CorpHSE_Ocean_Container

Content Object: Ocean_Container_Inspec19

Run time: 45