The target audience is:
- Class III Associate Members
- Qualified CVSA non-members who train hazmat employees
Class size is limited to 30 students. The number of attendees from a single company/business may be limited.
Prior experience as an instructor is preferred but not required. Participants should be familiar with 49 CFR Parts 171 and 172 and know how to use the hazardous materials table in Part 172.
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.
Participants who are interested in taking refresher courses on Parts 171 and 172 may access online courses and webinars through the CVSA member portal. After you’ve logged in, click on the CVSA Learning tab, then select “Hazmat” to access online training courses and webinar archives.
What to Expect
All training materials will be provided, including hazardous materials and safety regulations, emergency response guidebooks, the CVSA North American Standard Out-of-Service Criteria, highlighters and pens. Students will be given an online pre-test prior to the class and a post-test at the end. The post-test will be an individual effort using only the books and materials provided during the class. To successfully pass the class and receive a certificate of completion, the student must pass the post-test with a minimum score of 70%. A student who receives a score of less than 70% or chooses not to take the post-test will receive a certificate of attendance.
Utah Trucking Association
4181 West 2100 South
West Valley, UT 84120
This HMIT Course is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 13, through Friday, Sept. 17, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. MDT each day.
Appropriate dress for the training course is business casual.
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Waiver and Release of Liability for Communicable Disease
Every individual registered for this course must sign the CVSA Waiver and Release of Liability for Communicable Disease to attend this course. This is a requirement. Individuals who do not sign the waiver will not be permitted to attend this course.
Note: The person registered for the course must be the person to read, agree to, sign and submit the CVSA Waiver and Release of Liability for Communicable Disease. Another individual is not permitted or authorized to sign the waiver for the registrant/attendee.
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If you have any questions, contact CVSA Director of Hazardous Materials Programs Bill Reese at 301-830-6148 or email@example.com.