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What To Do When The Hazmat Enforcement Inspector Comes Knocking (TNS762E)

Presented By : Bob Richard
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Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Wed, July 27, 2016
Event Description
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$175,000 Per Day: Cost of a Hazardous Material Shipping Violation—Know How to Avoid These Costly Mistakes in 60 minutes!

Shipping of hazardous materials is risky business and the compliance requirements are even more challenging. Penalties for violation can cost you a whopping $175,000 per infraction per day. The Department of Transportation (DOT) can assess civil penalties of $75,000 for each violation and a maximum civil penalty of $175,000 for a violation that results in death, serious illness or severe injury to any person, or substantial destruction of property. It makes all the sense for business to make policies, procedures and risk minimization plans to avoid violations and prepare themselves when a Hazmat inspector comes knocking.

Join this webinar by expert speaker Bob Richard to get insights into what to expect from a hazardous materials inspection and how to make the best of it. Be better prepared to minimize exposure to violations and avoid penalties that can exceed $175,000 per infraction per day.

This session will address hazmat penalty mitigation methods and help you avoid future hazmat violations. Learn from an expert who has an extensive experience mitigating penalty actions and implementing corrective actions that regulators take into account when assessing penalties. 

Bob will assist you to achieve compliance by implementing an effective compliance program that reduces the risk for frustrated shipments, injuries, lawsuits, penalty actions, negative publicity and incidents. You’ll become aware of deficiencies that are the target areas for hazmat enforcement inspectors and know how to address these issues immediately to mitigate risks.

Session Highlights:

  • How to prepare in advance of a DOT inspection.
  • What to do once the inspector arrives.
  • Typical questions asked by inspectors.
  • Common violations.
  • How to respond to an exit briefing, letter of investigation (LOI) or Notice of Probable Violation (NOPV)
  • How DOT determines the amount of a civil penalty

Who Should Attend

  • Transportation and supply chain managers
  • Shipping Professionals
  • Distribution Managers
  • Supply chain analysts
  • Trucking company safety managers
  • Operations management
  • Human resources - transportation industry
  • CEO or Company Executive
  • Compliance & Safety Officer
  • Director of Risk Management
  • Director of Human Resources
  • Regulatory Compliance Agent
  • Warehouse Managers
About Our Speaker(s)

Bob Richard
About the Speaker: Bob joined Labelmaster Services as Vice President for Regulatory Affairs in October 2010. Bob provides dangerous goods regulatory assistance to customers worldwide by drawing on his vast experience, knowledge of the hazardous materials regulations and extensive network of dangerous goods professional... More info

 
Disclaimer: The content herein do not represent any association between United States Department of Transportation( DOT) and AudioSolutionz. Department of Transportation( DOT) neither endorses any product of AudioSolutionz nor warrants accuracy of the content hereto.
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