U.S. DOT regulations (49 CFR 172.704 and 702) specify training that an employee must complete before an employer can certify such employee as a "hazmat employee" (i.e., as a person responsible for arranging and/or handling HazMat shipments). There are five components to this training:
See the exact training you should take based on your job responsibilities:
In general, GISTnet recommends the same course be used for both initial and refresher training. This way, regardless of when and how a person was previously trained, all needed topics, including new developments, will be covered. A person who has retained much of what was previously learned will complete refresher training in significantly less time by assessing-out of what is already understood. An automatic fee discount of 50% will be applied for a person who has completed previous equivalent HazMat training on GISTnet.
Use can use the GISTnet job profiles system to streamline administration of training, especially DG and other recurrent training requirements. Let us show you how.
|Job Assignment||General Awareness||Function-Specific||General Safety||Security Awareness|
|Truck driver, dispatcher||X||X||X||X||X||X|
DG2u should be assigned to people receiving initial DG training before. DG70u is additional training for individuals handling radioactive materials other than ORM.