Course Details

How to Ship Batteries by Ground and Air - Webcast

If you ship batteries by ground or air, you must comply with stringent DOT and IATA regulations on how batteries are classified, packaged, marked, labeled, transported, and identified on shipping papers. The rules apply not only to batteries, but also to equipment or vehicles that contain batteries as well as batteries packed with equipment. Virtually all types of batteries are regulated, including lithium, lead-acid, cadmium, nickel metal hydride, and alkaline.

 

According to 49 CFR 172.704, all personnel involved in the classification, packaging, marking, labeling, or shipment of batteries must receive initial and recurrent training.

 

At this live, interactive webcast, you will learn:

  • How IATA and ICAO’s new lithium battery restrictions impact your shipments
  • How to comply with the latest requirements for preparing and shipping batteries by ground and air
  • How the requirements vary based on battery type: lithium, lead-acid, alkaline, sodium, etc.
  • Mandatory packaging, marking, labeling, and documentation procedures
  • New lithium battery labeling and documentation requirements for ground and air shipments
  • New shipping descriptions for batteries
  • How to use Watt-hour ratings to classify batteries
  • New exceptions for small cells and batteries
  • Requirements for batteries shipped in equipment
  • New requirements for damaged, defective, and recalled batteries

 

This course meets both DOT and IATA initial and recurrent training requirements for personnel responsible for the shipment of batteries.

 

The course handbook, How to Ship Batteries by Ground and Air, is included as a downloadable document.

 

To participate in this live training you will need an active internet connection. You may test your connection here

ERCWeb - Additional Details
Code
BAT Web
Price
$399.00
Length
4 Hours
Time
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Category
Hazardous Materials Transportation
ERC - Class Schedule
11/14/19
Webcast
Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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