Nearly 94% of the hazmat shipments completed each day are transported by truck. Companies that transport materials deemed to be a hazard to public health by the Department of Transportation must have their employees pass a DOT training course for shipping hazardous materials. Seem simple? While the rules are straightforward, implementing them can be tricky. Here’s a simple guide on how to keep in compliance.
How a Company Can Best Support Their Workers’ Professional Needs.
Most hazmat workers receive about 40 hours of mandated instruction, sometimes including specific state licenses, by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA does not have jurisdiction over vehicles traveling over public roads. Therefore a DOT training course is not a safety requirement just for the employee, but f