What You Should Know About Materials Of Trade Training Kit

What You Should Know About Materials Of Trade Training Kit

Do your vehicles transport small amounts of hazardous materials? If so, you could be risking fines ranging from $250 to $27,500 per day.

Many companies transport hazardous materials day after day without even knowing it. A utility truck carrying a can of gasoline ... or a panel van with a few gallons of paint and thinner in the back ... may be subject to DOT’s HazMat Regulations — and vulnerable to DOT fines.

If your company is like the above examples — you’ll be glad to hear there is an easy way to avoid the most complex and time-consuming hazmat requirements. It’s the DOT’s Materials Of Trade Exceptions.

This well-coordinated training kit helps explain DOT’s Materials of Trade Exceptions to you and your employees in plain English. It gives you an easy-to-understand summary of the topic, describes what qualifies as a material of trade, who is affected and how, and what types of packaging and marking are required. Includes real-life examples to help you understand DOT’s guidelines.

ISBN 1-57943-623-4

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