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Can you pass this Hazmat Training test?

Brush up on some hazmat training requirements with this short quiz. Click below to see answers.

  1. A hazmat employee can perform any job function subject to the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) right after being trained.
    1. True
    2. False
  2. How quickly do hazmat employees need to complete their training?
    1. Within 30 days.
    2. Within 90 days.
    3. Within 120 days.
    4. Within 14 days.
  3. How often do hazmat employees need recurrent training?
    1. Once every year.
    2. At least once every five years.
    3. Once every other year.
    4. At least once every three years.
  4. Why is training required for hazmat employees?
    1. To ensure the employee is familiar with the HMR.
    2. To ensure the employee can recognize and identify hazardous materials.
    3. To ensure the employee understands specific requirements for applicable functions.
    4. To ensure the employee is knowledgeable about emergency and protective measures.
    5. All of the above.

Can you pass this Hazmat Training test?: Answers

  1. False. Hazmat employees also need to be tested and certified before performing HMR-related jobs.
  2. Within 90 days.
  3. At least once every three years.
  4. All of the above.