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Suggested Citation:"==============." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2013. Model Education Curricula and Toolkit for the Transportation of Hazardous Materials. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22529.
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Web-Only Document 2: Model Education Curricula and Toolkit for the Transportation of Hazardous Materials Hazardous Materials Cooperative Research Program Michael S. Bronzini Mark D. Abkowitz Malcolm E. Baird 3 Sigma Consultants, LLC Nashville, TN Janey Camp Camp Construction and Engineering, LLC Nashville, TN Thomas M. Corsi University of Maryland College Park, MD Martin Lipinski University of Memphis Memphis, TN Contractor’s Final Report for HMCRP Project 16 Submitted June 2013 HMCRP

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TRB’s Hazardous Materials Cooperative Research Program (HMCRP) Web-Only Document 2: Model Education Curricula and Toolkit for the Transportation of Hazardous Materials includes model post-secondary education curricula that address the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for the safe, secure, and efficient transportation of hazardous materials (hazmat).

The model curricula, presented in the form of a toolkit that can be adapted for different audiences and educational purposes, consist of PowerPoint presentations and supporting materials covering eight topics: introduction to hazmat transportation; hazmat logistics; legal and regulatory environment; mode and route selection; risk management; hazmat transportation incident management; security of hazmat transportation shipments; and workforce development issues.

The PowerPoint presentation and supporting material for HMCRP Web-Only Document 2 can be downloaded from the links below.

Introduction to Toolkit Modules (pdf)

Module 1 – Intro to Hazmat Transport (ppt)

Module 2 – Hazmat Transportation Logistics (ppt)

Module 3 – Hazmat Legal and Regulatory Environment (ppt)

Module 4 – Mode and Route Selection (ppt)

Module 5 – Risk Management (ppt)

Module 6 – Incident Management (ppt)

Module 7 – Security (ppt)

Module 8 – Workforce Development Issues (ppt)

Santa Clara Case Study 2011 (pdf)

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