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Packing and Shipping Division 6.2 Materials: What the Laboratory Professional Should Know 2016

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Description

In order to be certified (or recertified) to ship laboratory materials you must complete training on the hazardous materials regulations as well as some facility specific training. This online course uses a problem solving approach to provide training on infectious materials (Division 6.2 Materials) as specified in the Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. The content includes some general security training as well as some guidance on facility specific training. Access to resource documents and a number of job aids will not only enhance your learning experience but also provide useful resources for your laboratory.

Audience

Public health and clinical laboratory staff members who participate in any phase of shipping laboratory specimens within the United States.

Objectives

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Summarize the source of regulatory oversight for packing and shipping hazardous laboratory materials.
  • Discuss training and certification requirements for hazardous materials with your employer.
  • Categorize hazardous materials prior to shipping.
  • Label hazardous materials in accordance with DOT, IATA and USPS regulations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to properly document the shipment of laboratory related hazardous materials.
  • Recognize security threats associated with shipping laboratory specimens.
Continuing Education Units (CEU)

This online course is currently under construction and will not offer PACE credits during the 2018 calendar year. Once completed, the new online course will resume with PACE credits.

More Information

Packaging and Shipping Division 6.2 Materials: What the Laboratorian Should Know 2016

Length of Course

2 Hours

Delivery Method

On-demand eLearning

Sponsoring Agency

CDC

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