Hazmat University Adds New Lithium Batteries Courses for Initial or Recurrent Online Hazmat Training

August 11 18:33 2020
Hazmat University Adds New Lithium Batteries Courses for Initial or Recurrent Online Hazmat Training
Hazmat University recently added new lithium batteries courses for initial or recurrent online hazmat or dangerous goods training, providing hazmat employees with remote access to critical information regarding the safe transport of lithium batteries by way of ground, air and vessel.

Hazmat University, a leading online hazmat and dangerous goods training company, is proud to announce the expansion of its already robust hazmat training curriculum.

Hazmat University recently added new lithium batteries courses for initial or recurrent online hazmat or dangerous goods training, providing hazmat employees with remote access to critical information regarding the safe transport of lithium batteries by way of ground, air and vessel.

Lithium Batteries Courses

Newly added lithium batteries training courses are expertly designed single or multi-modal courses focusing on the compliant and safe shipping of lithium batteries including but not limited to prescribed regulations regarding:

  • Proper classification
  • Accurate identification
  • Packing requirements
  • Required marking and labeling
  • Placarding
  • Documentation
  • Segregation
  • Emergency response information
  • Small battery exceptions
  • And more…


Lithium Batteries Shipping Compliance Training

The transport of lithium batteries poses additional challenges, risks and potential dangers unique to the transport of hazardous materials. Given the prevalence of these batteries, in everything from digital cameras, to medical devices, cars and cellphones, the need for dangerous goods training tailored to lithium batteries is fast on the rise.

Hazmat’s new courses place an emphasis on the intricacies of regulations surrounding the transport of lithium batteries including those specific to lithium metal and lithium-ion varieties, as well as that required for the safe transport of these dangerous goods by air, ground or vessel.

These lithium batteries courses are initial or supplemental “Dangerous Goods by Air, Ground and Vessel Training” programs, this new addition is meant to assist employers and employees with understanding and meeting regulatory compliance regarding safety and the shipping requirements of lithium batteries.

Course Options Include:


Benefits of Flexible Modal Training Courses

  • Content designed by industry experts covering essential requirements in a way that increases training efficiency while decreasing costs.
  • Single unified solution aimed at satisfying both supplemental initial or recurrent training requirements for applicable modal regulations.
  • Transport mode-specific and consolidated training covering requirements found in Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (49 CFR), the International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR), and the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code).
  • Combines multiple modes of transportation into one comprehensive program.


Why Hazmat Training with Hazmat University?

  • Simple and fast online ordering
  • Accessible at home or on the go
  • Self-paced learning
  • 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 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), the International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR), and the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code).

Those interested in learning more about the Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University courses are encouraged to contact them via their official websites.

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Company Name: Hazmat University
Contact Person: Tomas Gallo
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Phone: (844) 532-7634
Address:1093 A1A Beach Blvd
City: St. Augustine
State: Florida
Country: United States
Website: www.hazmatuniversity.com/