Hazmat Training Remains a Critical Element for Maintaining a Safe Transportation System Across the Supply Chain

April 01 19:15 2020
Hazmat Training Remains a Critical Element for Maintaining a Safe Transportation System Across the Supply Chain
As a company dedicated to promoting safety and compliance by providing online IATA (ICAO) Shipping by Air, 49 CFR (DOT) Shipping by Ground, IMDG (IMO) Shipping by Vessel as well as other specialized initial or recurrent online training, Bureau of dangerous Goods and Hazmat University are ready and well-equipped to aid and assist in reducing the risk and likelihood of contamination, infection and spread of this deadly virus which may result from classroom or in-person public training sessions.

According to the World Health Organization, as of March 30, 2020, the novel Coronavirus, dubbed COVID-19, has resulted in 693,224 confirmed cases, 33,106 confirmed deaths and has spread to 203 countries, areas and territories.

Having spread like invisible wildfire, the pandemic has had a dramatic and lasting impact on people’s way of life as well as businesses across all sectors. Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University remain committed to providing their future and current clients with the online training and certification, resources, and free regulatory support needed to safely and reliably perform their hazmat responsibilities as they relate to transportation of hazardous materials in commerce.

As a company dedicated to promoting safety and compliance by providing online IATA (ICAO) Shipping by Air, 49 CFR (DOT) Shipping by Ground, IMDG (IMO) Shipping by Vessel as well as other specialized initial or recurrent online training, Bureau of dangerous Goods and Hazmat University are ready and well-equipped to aid and assist in reducing the risk and likelihood of contamination, infection and spread of this deadly virus which may result from classroom or in-person public training sessions.

Hazmat Training: an essential element of manufacturing and distribution

Dangerous goods and hazmat training and adherence to safety protocols and measures is a vital component of manufacturing and distribution of hazardous materials in commerce worldwide.

Considering the growing pandemic, proper hazardous material training and certification is more important now than ever before. Proper hazmat and dangerous goods training and processes ensure compliance and reduce the risk of delays and fines. As a leader in the online training space for the transport of dangerous goods,  Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University have expanded their digital course offerings to aid companies in tackling the mounting challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic by providing quality training at home or any remote location, while complying with the required social distancing.

Vice President at the Bureau of Dangerous Goods, Sonia Irusta, discusses how businesses have adapted to the changes in operations and the preventative measures they have taken in response to recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.


A Critical Component of Maintaining a Safe Supply Chain

Hazmat / dangerous goods transport is an essential component to manufacturing of many products and food production, sanitizing and farming. Hazmat transport has been designated as critical infrastructure during the global pandemic. Training continues to be an important element and significant to maintaining a safe transportation system across the supply chain worldwide.

As part of the critical infrastructure needed during the global pandemic, Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University are ready to aid companies big and small in updating their hazmat training and providing initial training and procedures on how to safely and reliably offer and ship hazardous materials while reducing risk of non-compliance to everyone in the supply chain.

Reduced Pricing to Aid with COVID-19 Challenges

As a leading online training and certification provider of hazmat and dangerous goods transportation education, Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University are stepping up to do their part to help companies struggling during this difficult time. They have recently announced a limited-time reduction in pricing of all their online and webinar training options in order to help organizations stay compliant without the worry of expensive educational overhead.

Self-paced online training and instructor-led webinars provide travel-free, safe alternatives to “in-person” training, adhering to “social distancing” best practices and allowing students the freedom to train from the comfort of their own homes, offices or other remote locations.

Announcing the Suspension of “In-Person” and On-Site Training

Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University understand the importance of “social distancing” and adhering to state and federally mandated “stay at home” orders. Yet, as an essential component to the supply chain and manufacturing industry, closing up shop isn’t an option.

As an agile and technology-forward company, Bureau of Dangerous Goods and Hazmat University are well-positioned to make this transition, replacing onsite/in-person classes with online classes and webinars with expanded options now available on their online education platform.

Those interested in exploring online and live instructor-led hazmat training are encouraged to reach out via their official website or by way of the media contact information below. Classes are open for registration now.

Media Contact
Company Name: Hazmat University
Contact Person: Tomas Gallo
Email: Send Email
Phone: (844) 532-7634
Address:1093 A1A Beach Blvd
City: St. Augustine
State: Florida
Country: United States
Website: www.hazmatuniversity.com

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