• How to Classify, Package and Transport Unknown Hazmat Samples
  • Daniel Stoehr

    Daniel Stoehr is the owner and sole training provider for Daniels Training Services, a company he began in 2010. He is a trained and knowledgeable EHS professional with more than 25 years of experience with the environmental health and safety regulations at the state and federal level. After graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science for Natural Resource Management and Environmental Law Enforcement from UW-Stevens Point, he was employed for 6 years with a waste disposal company where his job responsibilities included manifesting, handling, and transporting hazardous waste throughout the Midwest. More recently he was employed for 13 years by an environmental consulting firm where he was exposed to a wide range of Federal and State EHS regulations pertaining to hazardous waste management and hazardous material transportation. Dan has provided training nationwide at seminars, onsite events, webinars and conferences to fulfill the USEPA training requirements for Hazardous Waste Personnel and those of the USDOT/PHMSA for hazmat employees. His goal is to answer questions and put tools — and the knowledge to use them — into the hands of EHS professionals through engaging and interactive training.

  • James Andersonsays:
    05/19/2018 at 1:27 am Reply

    It is surprising to know that the Department of Transportation is requiring shippers of hazardous materials to classify, describe, and label the materials appropriately and use the right packaging for those. In my opinion, this is a good action on the part of the department to ensure the safety of the trucker and other people. This only emphasizes their need for DOT training so that they can do all of those things properly. Thanks for this information about the laws on shipping hazardous materials.

  • Maitesays:
    10/10/2018 at 11:34 am Reply

    Do you need a manifest? Placards? Markings? I think the answer is no.

    How about the vehicle that yo use to transport… does it need to be registered?

    Any training requirements?

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