The target audience is Class III Associate Members and non-members; specifically, hazmat instructors who train hazmat employees.
This course is limited to 30 students.
- Prior experience as a trainer
- Basic knowledge of Title 49 CFR Part 172
- You currently teach hazmat employees or plan to in the future
This course WILL NOT cover 49 CFR Part 172 in detail. Prior to attending this training, you should already have a working knowledge of the hazardous materials table, shipping papers, marking, labeling and placarding.
What to Expect
The course will include instructor-led training, breakout sessions with team leaders to complete work projects and assignments, team exercises and presentations, and individual exercises.
All training material will be provided, including hazardous materials and safety regulations, the CVSA North American Standard Out-of-Service Criteria, and preparatory and supplemental information.
Participants will be given a pre-test on the CVSA Learning portal the week prior to class. Participants must also complete a course (1-2 hours) on the CVSA Learning portal before the class begins.
Students will be given and must pass a post-test. The post-test will be an individual effort using only the books and class material provided during the training. A score of 70% is required to pass the post-test and receive a certificate of completion. A participant who scores lower than 70% will receive a certificate of attendance.
This course will be offered using the Zoom video-conferencing platform and the CVSA Learning portal. You will be sent a Zoom link prior to the start the training course.
You will receive instruction and view presentations in Zoom and will complete team exercises in Zoom’s “breakout rooms.” You will also complete assigned tasks through the CVSA Learning portal. Therefore, to take this course, you will need access to Zoom and the CVSA Learning portal.
Course registrants may access the HMIT course through the CVSA Learning portal. Log in to your CVSA member portal then select the “CVSA Learning” tab. Select “Hazmat” at the top of the webpage then click on the “Hazardous Materials Instructor Training” button.
Virtual Events Code of Conduct
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Examples of unacceptable behavior are:
- Unauthorized sharing of login credentials with another user, including unregistered users; any unregistered user found participating will be required to pay the full registration fee, including the late registration fee
- Recording, copying and/or sharing of any media, including screenshots
- Engaging in unsafe practices while participating in a virtual event, such as driving a car
- Harassment, disrespect, intimidation or discrimination in any form
- Verbal or written abuse of any participant, including, but not limited to, comments related to race, color, ethnicity, age, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, etc.
- Sharing inappropriate, nude and/or sexual images
- Threatening or stalking a participant
To report an incident of unacceptable behavior, please contact CVSA Executive Director Collin Mooney or CVSA Deputy Executive Director Adrienne Gildea. CVSA reserves the right to take any action deemed necessary and appropriate, including immediate removal from the meeting without warning or refund, in response to any incident of unacceptable behavior. CVSA may also, at its discretion, prohibit attendance at any future meeting, virtually or in person.
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Registration and attendance at and participation in CVSA meetings and other activities – in-person or virtually – constitutes an agreement by the registrant to CVSA’s use and distribution of the registrant’s or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions, and audiotapes of such events and activities.
By registering and attending the event, an attendee may participate or contribute to discussions regarding the Standards and CVSA Materials (“work product”) and hereby acknowledges that it is their intent and understanding that the intellectual property, including copyright in and to the work product, and all derivative works and/or any modifications and variations of the work product, did, does and will vest solely in CVSA. To the extent that an attendee contributes to the work product during the event, they do not claim any ownership in the work product and instead hereby completely assign any and all copyrights and any other intellectual property rights in their contributions to CVSA.
If you have any questions, contact CVSA Director of Hazardous Materials Programs Bill Reese at 301-830-6148 or email@example.com.