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Whether Hazardous Materials are being transported, prepared for transportation, stored, or unloaded, they are vulnerable to sabotage or misuse. In the wrong hands, they can pose a significant security threat. Companies and organizations have limited security budgets so becoming familiar with the security risks associated with Hazardous Materials listed in 49CFR 172.800 can help industry identify the vulnerabilities that need to be addressed and implement the primary security objectives (PSOs). In this 2-day class learn what elements need to be included in a security plan to protect your employees and the general public.
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2020 Class Schedule

Name Location Start End
HazMat Security: Puerto RicoTBD
TBD PR 979
Jan. 27, 2020
From: 9:00 AM
Jan. 28, 2020
To: 4:00 PM
Enroll
HazMat Security: HawaiiTBD
TBD HI 96815
Mar. 24, 2020
From: 9:00 AM
Mar. 25, 2020
To: 4:00 PM
Pre-Enroll
HazMat Security: Los AngelesTBD
TBD CA 90650
Apr. 7, 2020
From: 9:00 AM
Apr. 8, 2020
To: 4:00 PM
Pre-Enroll
HazMat Security: JacksonvilleTBD
TBD FL 32258
May. 7, 2020
From: 9:00 AM
May. 8, 2020
To: 4:00 PM
Pre-Enroll
HazMat Security: PortlandTBD
TBD OR 97006
Aug. 5, 2020
From: 9:00 AM
Aug. 6, 2020
To: 4:00 PM
Pre-Enroll

Two-Day HazMat Site Security

Whether Hazardous Materials are being transported, prepared for transport, stored, or unloaded, they are vulnerable to sabotage or misuse. In the wrong hands, they can pose a significant security threat to the public.

Why this class is for me?

Companies and organizations have limited security budgets, so becoming familiar with the security risks associated with Hazardous Materials listed in 49CFR 172.800 can help industries identify the vulnerabilities that need to be addressed and implement the primary security objectives (PSO’s).

In this 2-day class you’ll learn:

  •         Why security is important through examination of actual events
  •         Examples of effective plans
  •         How to conduct a security assessment
  •         The elements that must be included in a security plan

Gaining a better understanding of these concepts, as well as learning how to explain them to your employees or clients will help you in securing the Hazardous Materials you have on site, protect your employees, and the general public!