DOT Incident Response and Transport Security
Describe response strategies how to respond to a hazardous materials transportation incident.
Explain how to protect against hazardous materials security threats.
This is Lesson 5 of a five-lesson hazardous materials transportation awareness curriculum. The purpose of the lesson is to provide individuals who are involved with the transportation of hazardous materials with an awareness-level understanding of incident response and transport security. This awareness-level course has been prepared to meet the intent of the Federal DOT hazardous materials regulations, Title 49 CFR, Parts 172 through 173.
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Part 172, Subpart G (Emergency Response) and Subpart I (Safety and Security)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Part 177, Carriage by Public Highway
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Subchapter B, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Part 397, Transportation of Hazardous Materials, Driving and Parking Rules
California Department of Motor Vehicles, Section 9: Hazardous Materials
Driver Hazardous Materials Safety Guide, Zurich Services Corporation, 2015
Hazardous Materials Rules for Commercial Drivers, Excerpts from New Jersey Commercial Driver&#39;s License Manual
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