HazMat Webinar Series
HazMat: General Awareness & Security | Tuesday, October 6, 2020 | 2:00pm EST
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
HazMat: Marking & Labelling | Tuesday, October 13, 2020 | 2:00pm EST
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
Quality considerations that can influence regulatory compliance
AICC Member: $750
AICC Non-Member: $1,450
*This webinar is included in the All Access Pass
Lonnie Jaycox, CPP, CDGP
Lonnie Jaycox CPP, CDGP is an independent packaging engineer, consultant, and trainer in the implementation of compliance and packaging programs for regulated materials including hazardous materials (dangerous goods). He
has over 25 years' experience designing, testing, manufacturing, selecting, and implementing packaging programs for the transportation of Hazardous Materials. Lonnie is active in industry and related organizations, including:
ASTM, IoPP, AHMP, IHMM, and AICC.
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