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10/6/2020 to 10/20/2020
When: (Tuesday) October 6, 13, 20, 2020
2:00PM EST
Where: United States
Contact: Chelsea May
(703) 836-2422


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HazMat: General Awareness & Security | Recording Available

This webinar is a general awareness and security awareness session to familiarize hazmat employees with the structure and concepts of the US Hazardous Material Regulations (HMR).

  • Understanding of the HMR training requirements
  • Identification of Hazardous Materials for the purposes of HMR
  • Hazard Classification System of the HMR
  • Overview of the Hazardous Materials Regulations for shipments: Packaging, Marking, Labeling, Placarding, Documentation; Loading, unloading, and segregation
  • Requirements for incident reporting
  • Security awareness

HazMat: Marking & Labelling | Recording Available
Box converters often print regulated Marks and Labels on behalf of their customers. This webinar explains the requirements of 49 CFR Subparts D (Marking) and E (Labeling) of Part 172 as they are applicable to box-makers. The Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) apportion responsibilities to any “persons” who perform “functions” under the HMR.  A box-maker must be aware of their responsibilities in placing these regulated marks and labels on their customers’ items and need to have a program in place to assure compliance as applicable to their operations.

  • The requirements of 49 CFR Subparts D (Marking) and E (Labeling) of Part 172 as applicable to boxmakers
  • Identification of the sections in the regulations applicable to printing
  • Specific regulatory requirements pertaining to required packaging Marks and Labels: size, style, color, background, and placement

HazMat: Box Fabrication Functions | Tuesday, October 20, 2020 | 2:00pm EST
This webinar presents an analysis of the requirements of the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) with respect to “packaging manufacturers” as defined in the regulations; and any parties, such as a box maker that performs regulated functions on behalf of their “packaging manufacturer” customers.These requirements affect a box converter, even if they are NOT the "Packaging Manufacturer" as identified in the regulations.The Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) apportion responsibilities to any “persons” who perform “functions” under the HMR.  A box-maker must be aware of their responsibilities in the conversion of their customers’ 4G items and need to have a program in place to assure compliance as applicable to their operations.

  • The requirements of 49 CFR Subparts L and M of Part 178 as applicable to box converters
  • Identification of the “Packaging Manufacturer” for the purpose of regulations
  • Definition of a “Different Packaging” for the purposes of the regulations as applicable to fiberboard boxes. Particularly focused on the requirements for manufacturing a 4G packaging from a previously manufactured packaging identified in a Design Qualification Test Report
  • Specific requirements for hazardous materials packaging [specifically fiberboard (4G) packaging] applicable to box-makers and packaging manufacturers.
  • Testing requirements for UN specification packagings
  • Record retention
  • Quality considerations that can influence regulatory compliance

Registration Fee:

AICC Member: $750
AICC Non-Member: $1,450

*This webinar is included in the All Access Pass

 
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