Hazmat Training

Compliance with Federal DOT and/or IMO hazmat regulations is a must when shipping hazardous materials. Our training seminars offer the marine industry flexibility in the complex arena of training. We facilitate the learning process with instruction based on a combination and blending of:

  • Structured presentation of core regulations
  • Examples of cause and effect of the regulations as currently actualized within the industry
  • Classroom exercises
  • Visualized demonstrations and illustrations
  • Systematic testing

Thus our curriculum meets all federal and international regulations as they may apply to the training process. Our courses have been authored by the NCB with the understanding that the regulations require training based on the nature of the job requirements performed by a given hazmat employee. In all cases, the training includes various levels of required training aspects:

  • General Awareness
  • Function Specific
  • Safety training
  • Security Awareness

There are three courses from which to choose.

NOTE: Pricing stated is for shoreside classes at our facility in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida or shipboard at Port Everglades, Florida. Optional training sites available—contact us for quote.

2-Day Intermediate Course

Tuition: $515.00 per attendee

Training covers 49 CFR and IMDG Code regulations. This course is recommended for mid-management and above tasked personnel with various function-specific responsibilities:

  • Documentation
  • Customer Service
  • Traffic—Import/Export
  • Stevedoring
  • Facility (Terminal) Operations
  • Freight Station Operations
  • Compliance
  • Enforcement

Common Hazmat Employers enrolled:

  • Ocean Carriers
  • NVOCCs
  • Freight Forwarders
  • Terminal Operators
  • Government Agencies

The course includes: copy of 49 CFR Parts 100-185, course Workbook, DOT Hazmat wall chart, and Emergency Response Guide.

1-Day Shipboard Training

Tuition: $800.00 (Weekdays 8a–5p) or $1,200.00 (all other times) per vessel + $25.00 per attendee

Training covers 49 CFR regulations as they apply to vessel carriage, stowage, and segregation of hazardous materials, as well as a grounded presentation of general awareness considerations, shipping papers and emergency response information. Training is customarily performed on board a given vessel and would include all deck officers. Unlicensed deck ratings may be included in the training at the ship’s discretion. Tuition is charged per vessel.

½-Day Placard Recognition Course

Tuition: $600.00 (base fee per class) + $25.00 per attendee

Training covers general awareness, hazard Class definitions, placard recognition and emergency response information. This class is recommended for various task function specific responsibilities:

  • Facility Machinery Operator
  • Warehouseman
  • Longshoreman

A base tuition fee is charged per training seminar. An additional fee per attendee is also applicable.

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To request a registration form, please call:

Phone: +1 954.522.3321
Registration POC: Jill Bernard