DOT Training

The Department of Transportation outlines specific guidelines for DOT training and certification requirements for employers to follow to properly prepare all workers who handle, package, supervise, or have accountability for hazardous materials being placed into shipping or transport.

CSEM Inc. has been providing all phases of OSHA regulated safety training including hazardous materials training and toxic substance preparedness for over 20 years. However, we do more than just provide training courses, we develop lasting relationships with our clients through strong customer support and unrivaled services. This is why we have a long list of repeat customers who rely on us for all of their OSHA safety training needs.

We provide all phases of OSHA regulated safety training including hazardous materials training and toxic substance preparedness for over 20 years.

The Center for Safety & Environmental Management (CSEM) provides robust safety training and consulting services to government and corporate entities. CSEM offers state-recognized, university-accredited Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for DOT training and education for hazardous materials certification.

Our DOT training covers several mandated sections of the DOT Law to include safety and general awareness, labels, manifests, containers and containment, placarding, hazard group identification and spill notification procedures for drivers.

All employers must be able to produce verification that employees have been properly certified, as having been adequately trained under the law; training records shall be maintained for each employee. CSEM, Inc. helps clients establish a strong backbone understanding of their responsibilities under the law and management programs that they can adopt to maintain compliance and assure that any discrepancies are verified.

Not Sure If Your A Hazmat Employer? Here’s A Description!

  • If your business ships or transports hazardous materials
  • Responsible for or effecting the transportation of hazardous materials
  • Assuming the role, repairing, labeling, examining, accrediting, restoring, selling, altering or providing containers, packaging or drums to enable them to be used to transport hazardous materials.

Powerful Classroom Presentations

We make it a point to deliver a presentation that class participants enjoy and remember. Our DOT training includes a clear understanding of what is expected as a Hazmat employer or employee who is involved with the transportation safety of hazardous materials.

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