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  • Rail Workers Hazmat Training Program
    Updated On: Jul 30, 2014

    Chemical Transportation/Emergency Response (5 days)

    The Rail Workers Hazardous Materials Training Program is pleased to announce the following HazMat/Chemical Emergency Response Training Programs.  This training addresses OSHA and DOT required training in addition to procedures, different levels of response and worker protection in a hazardous materials emergency or release, weapons of mass destruction awareness and the incident command system. The training also provides completion of the OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach requirements.  The programs are delivered using interactive classroom instruction, small group activities, hands-on drills and a simulated hazmat response in full safety gear.

    DOT Hazmat Instructor Training (6 days)

    The Rail Workers Hazardous Materials Training Program prides itself on providing the most valuable worker safety training available and most of it is delivered by peer trainers. A major goal of the Rail Program is to build a nationwide pool of skilled peer trainers to deliver hazardous materials training at their jobsites, union meetings, and in their communities.

    DOE Modular Emergency Response Radiological Transportation Training (2 days)

    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has shipped large amounts and a variety of radioactive material by rail for years.  The number of rail shipments is expected to increase in coming years.  With the increase in rail shipments comes the increased risk for rail incidents involving radioactive material. 


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