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In this list you'll find our favorite hazmat training powerpoints from around the web rated from 1 to 5 stars. For a more engaging and convenient training solution, check out our hazmat training videos.
 
1 Hazardous Materials Training by LSU FETI
FREE
Made in2011
Date Created:
2011
Number of Slides:
240
Created By:
LSU FETI
Rating
Hazardous Materials Training by LSU FETI

Pro's

  • This Louisiana State University HAZMAT PowerPoint Presentation was professionally designed with a good use of different font colors and added photos and illustrations.
  • Questions are asked at strategic points in the presentation (i.e. – Slides #19 - #25).
  • Given the large size of this presentation (240 slides), the material provided is more of a comprehensive course that goes into great detail regarding HAZMAT procedures and regulations to include items such as hazardous material storage tanks, PPE, designing a Plan of Action, etc.
  • This HAZMAT Technician training PowerPoint is designed to prepare one for HAZMAT Technician certification with tests and exercises to perform (i.e. – Slides #217 and #239).

Con's

  • The illustrations and photos are sparse and tend to be placed in groups at different points in the presentation.
  • The format for this training PowerPoint may not be suitable for a standard HAZMAT lecture, since it presents itself as a complete technician course rather than a HAZMAT training lecture.
  • This training presentation will require a HAZMAT expert to be the instructor, given the training course nature of the modules.
2Hazardous Materials Awareness by PA L&I
FREE
Made in2001
Date Created:
2001
Number of Slides:
117
Created By:
PA L&I
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200, 1910.120.
Rating
Hazardous Materials Awareness by PA L&I

Pro's

  • This Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry HAZMAT presentation is professionally designed, along with the use of photos and illustrations that clarify many if its points.
  • This is an exceptionally detailed and comprehensive presentation with 117 slides.
  • The training starts off with a clear “topics” section that references OSHA standards (Slides #2 and #3).
  • There is a comparison section that details of the differences between OSHA’s and Pennsylvania’s “Right to Know” requirements.
  • The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) changes to classification, labeling and safety data sheets are mentioned, with a location given where these changes can be seen. There are also points of the GHS System covered in the presentation.
  • OSHA and EPA guidelines (OSHA 29 CFR 1910,120 (q) and EPA 40 CFR 311) are covered. The National Fire Protection Association standard (Standard 472) is also covered.
  • All 9 of the hazardous material classifications (definition and dangers) are discussed.
  • The DOT Table is also explained along with how to read numbered placards.
  • Materials of Trade (MOT) are covered over 7 slides.
  • Incident response and recording is described – but focuses on Pennsylvania’s Emergency Response Guidebook.
  • Safety Data Sheets are covered.
  • Handling, Storage and Disposal issues are discussed.
  • A good Summary and References are given.

Con's

  • The training is skewed towards the state of Pennsylvania’s HAZMAT requirements (especially towards the beginning).
  • The “Right to Know” section specifically states that it is the state of Pennsylvania’s “Right to Know” requirements (though they cover the general rules that OSHA mandates and the differences are outlined).
  • Incident Response and Recording are presented in relation to Pennsylvania’s Emergency Response Guidebook.
  • No trainee interaction is encouraged by this PowerPoint presentation.
3Hazardous Materials Awareness Training by NFPA
FREE
Made in2010
Date Created:
2010
Number of Slides:
199
Created By:
National Fire Protection Association
OSHA Compliance:
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120.
Rating
Hazardous Materials Awareness Training by NFPA

Pro's

  • This National Fire Protection Association HAZMAT PowerPoint is actually designed like an entire course, with 199 slides, rather than a simple “presentation”. As such, it is exceptionally comprehensive in its scope.
  • The course goals, scope and competency objectives are meticulously outlined over 7 slides.
  • This HAZMAT course is designed around OSHA, EPA and National Fire Protection Association standards.
  • Identifying the problem and utilizing the basic response approaches is covered in detail.
  • Hazardous materials and substances are well-defined.
  • Each of the hazardous materials classes are discussed in detail along with the illustration of their individual placards.
  • Different containers for hazardous materials are discussed and shown.
  • The Military Hazardous Materials Marking System is discussed and illustrated.
  • The NFPA 704 Marking System is discussed and shown.
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are discussed in detail and in a simplified manner.
  • Terrorist activity is discussed along with examples.
  • PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) and Protection Actions are detailed.
  • Emergency Response procedures are presented.

Con's

  • The “Acknowledgments” and the Course, at the beginning, may not be appropriate (and can be skipped).
  • The course format is not very engaging, with no photos or illustrations included in the first 60 slides.
  • This course requires an instructor who is highly qualified in HAZMAT subjects and some of the material would be difficult to simplify for the beginner, such as the “Decision Algorithm” on Slide #31.
  • Some information just isn’t necessary (i.e. – Slide #32).
  • Some slides place too much text on a single slide (i.e. – Slide #43).
  • This is an entire course, so no Summary is given and questions must be given by the instructor(s).
4Hazardous Materials Training by Trident
FREE
Made in2011
Date Created:
2011
Number of Slides:
104
Created By:
Trident
Rating
Hazardous Materials Training by Trident

Pro's

  • This Trident (a member of Alteris Holdings, Inc.) HAZMAT training presentation is designed to provide a professional appearance.
  • The training is geared to show information of regulatory body requirements – in particular, OSHA and DOT regulations (Slides #3 -#5).
  • The overall training objectives and subject scope (Slides #5 - #11) is presented in detail.
  • The definition and responsibilities of a HAZMAT employee is related to 49 CFR 171.8.
  • The training for each type of HAZMAT employee is outlined and designed to provide the necessary specific training for each job function.
  • The presentation is well-defined with periodic question sections and breaks prior to each new part that is entered.
  • The overall size of the presentation (104 slides) allows for a comprehensive list of HAZMAT training material.

Con's

  • There are only a few photos/illustrations spread out over the PowerPoint. They are mostly ‘clumped together’.
  • The “Summary” only consists of a few lines that make just one point (Slide #102).
  • No additional information references (for further study) are placed within the training.
5Hazardous Materials Safety Training by ITAGC
FREE
Made in2005
Date Created:
2005
Number of Slides:
102
Created By:
The International Trade Association of Greater Chicago
Rating
Hazardous Materials Safety by ITAGC

Pro's

  • The photos are of good quality (i.e. – Slide #2) and effectively address the section of the PowerPoint module that they happen to be in.
  • DOT HAZMAT regulations are addressed (referenced in Slides #9 and #23).
  • The penalties for DOT regulation non-compliance are indicated (Slide #8).
  • The details and necessary frequency of HAZMAT training are covered.
  • The various types of HAZMAT identification and classifications are indicated.
  • HAZMAT protective packaging is discussed.
  • A good amount of information is given in regards to HAZMAT Security (Slides #69 - #95).
  • A Summary of the training is given (Slide #96 - #101) along with a contact for obtaining further information or posing questions.

Con's

  • This International Trade Association of Greater Chicago HAZMAT training presentation is very simple in its design and doesn’t appear to be created by a PowerPoint professional.
  • There are a significant number of ‘gaps’ between the photos that have been placed within the module. For example, there are no photos or illustrations in Slides #11 - #18 and #57 - #68.
  • The “Introduction” and training agenda is too simplistic and only gives a very broad mention of the material that will be covered.
  • HAZMAT Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is not covered.
6Hazardous Materials by Solano CDEM
FREE
Made in2004
Date Created:
2004
Number of Slides:
28
Created By:
Solano CDEM
Rating
Hazardous Materials by Solano CDEM

Pro's

  • Sets up the scope and expectations of this HAZMAT training presentation.
  • Mentions the history and requirements of the “Certified Unified Program Agency” (CUPA).
  • The HAZMAT-related photos are of high quality (i.e. – Slide #7).
  • Some of the violations apply to all industries (such as proper labeling).
  • Risk Management Prevention Program (RMP) is also discussed.
  • The items discussed in the “Emergency Response” section can apply to just about any industry.

Con's

  • This Solano County Department of Environmental Management - Environmental Health Services Division HAZMAT training module uses a generic PowerPoint design with all of the photos concentrated in the middle of the presentation (Slides #7 - #23).
  • The training module focuses on tank and container storage of hazardous materials and contamination dangers as opposed to HAZMAT practices in other industries.
  • The notes section located at the bottom, are not used, which would be of benefit to the instructor.
  • An abrupt ending - doesn’t use a “Summary” format at the end.
  • HAZMAT subject matter questions are not used, as well.
7Hazardous Materials Training by NETS
FREE
Made in2011
Date Created:
2011
Number of Slides:
25
Created By:
NETS
Rating
Hazardous Materials Training by NETS

Pro's

  • There is a good description of hazardous material and its different classes as defined by 49 CFR 172.101 and 173.
  • The presentation shows different placards & labels for reference.
  • The general guidelines of HAZMAT labels are given (Slides #11 - #15)
  • The criminal penalties are mentioned, in accordance with Federal guidelines.
  • The responsibilities of those who ship hazardous material are outlined.
  • A specific example of a violation is given at the end of the presentation.

Con's

  • This UCAR Network Engineering & Telecommunications Section (NETS), in Boulder, Colorado, is basically a plain report divided into slides with no ‘style’ at all.
  • The PowerPoint doesn’t appear to be completed and asks for titles (i.e. – Slides #15, #17 and #18).
  • There are no photos or illustrations (except for one slide) – just plain pages of text.
  • A generic summary isn’t supplied, but rather an ending that is specific to UCAR.
  • The module is designed as a straight lecture, without “questions and answers”.

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