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CVSA’s Upcoming Training Courses for Industry

Mar 8, 2024 | Events

Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Overview Virtual Courses

CVSA will hold two Hazardous Materials Instruction Training (HMIT) Overview Courses. These virtual courses will introduce participants to a 10-step process that can be used to set up and implement an effective hazmat employee training program.

  1. Learn more and register for the March 12 course.
  2. Learn more and register for the April 30 course.

Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Course Series

CVSA is offering three HMIT courses for hazmat employers and instructors over five days in Burbank, California. You may choose to attend one, some or all the training courses. Separate registration is required for each course.

  1. Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Overview Course
    This course will introduce participants to a 10-step process that can be used to set up and implement an effective hazmat employee training program. Learn more and register for the March 18 course.
  2. Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Introductory Course
    This three-day introductory Train the Trainer course will provide hazmat instructors with the tools they need to confidently train hazmat employees on the requirements in Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations Subpart H in Part 172. The course will include instruction, presentations, work projects, team exercises and presentations, individual assignments and coursework, and a pre-test and post-test. This course also serves as a refresher course for current instructors who teach hazmat employees. Learn more and register for the March 19-21 course.
  3. Shipping Lithium Batteries Training Course
    Hazmat employee instructors will learn about lithium battery types, common uses, chemistry and safety; lithium battery classification in §173.185, including exceptions; marking, labeling, placarding and shipping papers, when required; emergency response and incident investigation; and undeclared lithium battery shipments. The course also includes case studies and the step-by-step process for shipping lithium batteries. Learn more and register for the March 22 course.

U.S. Industry Roadside Vehicle Inspection Training Course

CVSA will hold a U.S. Industry Roadside Vehicle Inspection Training Course the week of March 18-22, in Lowell, Arkansas. This training course will provide each motor carrier with the tools and knowledge to achieve compliance with the roadside safety regulations and a better understanding of the relationship between vehicle regulatory requirements and vehicle out-of-service conditions. The deadline to register is March 8. Learn more and register.

 

Shipping Lithium Batteries Virtual Training Course

CVSA will hold its virtual Shipping Lithium Batteries Training Course on April 3. This course will introduce the hazmat employee instructor to the types of lithium batteries and common uses; lithium battery chemistry and safety; lithium battery classification in §173.185, including exceptions; shipping papers, when required; marking; labeling; placarding; emergency response; incident investigation; and undeclared lithium battery shipments. The deadline to register is March 27. Learn more and register.

 

Canadian Industry Roadside Inspection Vehicle Requirements Training Course

CVSA will hold an industry roadside inspection training course on Canadian vehicle requirements April 22-26 in Mississauga, Ontario. The focus of the training will be on vehicle-related roadside regulatory requirements and out-of-service conditions in Canada. The deadline to register April 4. Learn more and register.

 

Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Course Series

CVSA is offering four hazmat training courses for hazmat employers and instructors over two weeks in Fairbanks, Alaska. You may choose to attend one, some or all the training courses. Separate registration is required for each course.

  1. Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Overview Course
    This course will introduce participants to a 10-step process that can be used to set up and implement an effective hazmat employee training program. Learn more and register for the May 6 course.
  2. Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Introductory Course
    This three-day introductory Train the Trainer course will provide hazmat instructors with the tools they need to confidently train hazmat employees on the requirements in Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations Subpart H in Part 172. The course will include instruction, presentations, work projects, team exercises and presentations, individual assignments and coursework, and a pre-test and post-test. This course also serves as a refresher course for current instructors who teach hazmat employees. Learn more and register for the May 7-9 course.
  3. Shipping Lithium Batteries Training Course
    Hazmat employee instructors will learn about lithium battery types, common uses, chemistry and safety; lithium battery classification in §173.185, including exceptions; marking, labeling, placarding and shipping papers, when required; emergency response and incident investigation; and undeclared lithium battery shipments. The course also includes case studies and the step-by-step process for shipping lithium batteries. Learn more and register for the May 10 course.
  4. Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Advanced Course
    This course is a 40-hour advanced Train the Trainer course for hazmat instructors who conduct training in Hazardous Materials Regulations for hazmat employees. Learn more and register for the May 13-17 course.

Canadian Industry Roadside Inspection Driver Requirements Training Course

CVSA will hold an Industry Roadside Inspection Driver Requirements Training Course on Canadian driver requirements May 6-10 in Rocky View, Alberta. The focus of the training will be on driver-related roadside regulatory requirements and out-of-service conditions in Canada. The deadline to register is April 18. Learn more and register.

 

North American Fatigue Management Program Train the Trainer Virtual Course

CVSA will hold its North American Fatigue Management Program (NAFMP) Train the Trainer Course virtually on May 29. This course is for motor carrier instructors who conduct or expect to conduct fatigue management training for commercial motor vehicle drivers and their families. The deadline to register is May 20. Learn more and register.

 

Canadian Industry Roadside Inspection Vehicle Requirements Course

CVSA will hold an Industry Roadside Inspection Vehicle Requirements Training Course on Canadian vehicle requirements June 3-7 in Rocky View, Alberta. The focus of the training will be on vehicle-related roadside regulatory requirements and out-of-service conditions in Canada. The deadline to register May 16. Learn more and register here.

 

Hazardous Materials Instructor Training Introductory Virtual Course

CVSA will hold its Introduction to HMIT Course virtually June 4-6. This three-day Introduction to HMIT Train the Trainer Course will introduce hazmat instructors to the tools they need to confidently train hazmat employees on the requirements in Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Subpart H in Part 172. The deadline to register is May 24. Learn more and register.

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