Hazmat University, a leading online hazmat and dangerous goods training company, recently published updated notices regarding new PHMSA extensions of their temporary policies regarding surface transportation of various alcohol-based hand sanitizers, and regarding enforcement discretion policy related to recurrent hazardous materials training.
In light of the ongoing pandemic, these adjustments to policies extend through October 31, 2020, after which requirements will revert back to normal.
However, PHMSA also reminded that HMR training is not required to take place in person or through on the job training, with online modalities capable of adequately covering the mandated requirements of 49 CFR Part 172, Subpart H.
Throughout the health crisis, Hazmat University has stood prepared and in solidarity with the community, ready and eager to assist with ongoing training requirements in a web-based setting. Their offerings include online multi-modal training courses for the transportation of hazardous materials.
Online Training Programs for Hazmat Employees and Shippers
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major disruptive impact on both business and daily life. Yet, now more than ever Hazmat University remains committed to keeping people safe. As businesses carry on with remote operations and supply chain adjustments, the online educator stands ready and committed to helping them make this transition safely and efficiently.
With remote programs covering Initial and Recurrent Hazmat/dangerous Training, employees and businesses can safely and reliably keep up to date on required certifications from the comfort of home or wherever an internet connection is available.
Summer Sale – the Best Deal on Hazmat Training
Although certain allowances have been made with regards to training and certification regulations, waiting until the last minute of the deadline to get back up to speed is never an ideal strategy.
Hazmat University and PHMSA advise that if possible, employers and employees should do what they can to keep within compliance and ready for the October 31st deadline.
Knowing that budget is tight for many businesses right now, Hazmat University has launched a special “Summer Sale” discount, providing 10% off of all online hazardous materials training courses throughout the month of July . Those interested in taking advantage of this special offer can do so by using the code “SUMMER” at checkout.
Why Hazmat Training with Hazmat University?
- Simple and fast online ordering
- Accessible at home or on the go
- Self-paced learning provided by highly trained experts
- User-friendly, intuitive interface
- Engaging course lessons
- Instant certificate of completion
About Hazmat University?
Bureau of Dangerous Goods is a Florida-based education company whose online platform Hazmat University is dedicated to helping businesses and their employees stay up to date on dangerous good training.
Their webinar and online training formats provide a flexible and convenient means of staying current with required hazmat training and are designed to comply with national and international regulations concerning shipping hazardous materials by ground, air, or vessel.
Additionally, all offered courses are compliant with both the regulatory and training requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation as contained in Title 49 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (49 CFR).
Those interested in learning more about the Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University courses are encouraged to contact them via their official websites.
Company Name: Hazmat University
Contact Person: Tomas Gallo
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Phone: (844) 532-7634
Address:1093 A1A Beach Blvd
City: St. Augustine
Country: United States