Free Online Hazmat Webinar – Tuesday!

Hazmat shippers need to be specially certified; but everyone needs to be able to identify it to make sure it is referred to the correctly-certified shippers – this includes personnel who handle parts and it includes sales personnel who need to know when hazmat may require special handling in order to reach the customer.

I will be teaching an online webinar tomorrow entitled “Hazmat Identification.”  This class will explain how to recognize hazmat, review the nine classes of hazmat, and clarify what sort of aircraft parts are commonly found in each of the nine classes. This class is useful for nearly everyone in the typical aviation parts business.

  • DATE: April 14, 2020
  • TIME: 11:00 am EDT
  • COST: Free
  • REGISTER: Click here. Logging-in is optional and you can register for the class without logging-in (click “Continue Without Login”)

The class is offered as part of the trade associations’ commitment to providing useful training during the Covid-19 crisis. We are scheduled to offer two free webinars per week through the end of May, 2020.

Need more training?  We will be offering a 2-day online hazmat shipping certification class on May 6-7, 2020.  Successful completion of this class results in certification as a hazmat shipper pursuant to both domestic and international law.  You can find out more on our hazmat training page.

About Jason Dickstein
Mr. Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group, a Washington, DC-based aviation law firm. Since 1992, he has represented aviation trade associations and businesses that include aircraft and aircraft parts manufacturers, distributors, and repair stations, as well as both commercial and private operators. Blog content published by Mr. Dickstein is not legal advice; and may not reflect all possible fact patterns. Readers should exercise care when applying information from blog articles to their own fact patterns.

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