Time: Part 1 (USDOT - shipping via ground) 7:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Part 2 (IATA - shipping via air) 1:30 – 5:00 PM
Location: Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association - Agora Event Space
Price: Part 1: $375 | Part 2: $325 | Attend both: $500 (savings of $200!)
Required: Hazardous Materials Guidebook for USDOT Training ($70)
IATA Regulations for IATA Training (One book per group) $250
Click here to order books! Orders need to be placed NLT 4/26
Purpose: The US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) require all personnel offering dangerous goods, hazardous materials, biological agents, dry ice, hazardous waste, medical waste or other regulated materials for shipment to complete certified training. Biotech companies routinely ship and receive regulated materials or waste as part of their everyday operations. Often these companies are not aware of the specific training requirements imposed by various regulating authorities and the associated fines issued when employee training records cannot be produce under inspection.
Does your company have personnel signing shipping papers without the proper certification? Ingenium is here to help you get in compliance and stay in compliance today!
- HazMat Regulations & Classification
- Hazardous Materials Table
- Packaging, Labeling, Marking & Placarding
- Shipping Papers
- Emergency Response Information
- Loading & Handling
Who Should Attend:
- Any person offering hazardous materials or waste for shipment via ground or air transport.
- Any person signing shipping papers for hazardous materials or hazardous waste.
If you have questions about this course or the content, please contact Heather Dody-Litt with Ingenium at email@example.com or 760-745-8781.
Thank you to our sponsor:
Ingenium - a full service environmental company focusing on hazardous waste. In recent years, Ingenium has shifted its focus from traditional treatment technologies such as landfill and incineration to more sustainable solutions which include repurposing chemicals and/or recycling first. One of Ingenium’s big claims to fame is the “Orphan Chemical Program.” This program was specifically designed to put laboratory chemicals that would otherwise be sent as lab pack waste for disposal into other labs for continued use. As a result, Ingenium has saved the Life Sciences community thousands of dollars on disposal, reduced waste volumes by tons and helped the environment by keeping these chemicals out of landfills and incinerators.
Ingenium also has recycling technologies to handle materials that do not have any beneficial reuse and therefore must be treated as waste. With locations in San Diego, Milpitas, and Seattle, Ingenium is able to service the entire West Coast.