Course Details

This advanced course is for emergency response professionals who may respond to train derailments where hazardous materials are involved or who require in-depth understanding of a rail emergency. The course is five days of scenario based training combining classroom instruction with hands-on practice and includes a night exercise. Students will learn: tank car anatomy, valves and possible problems; a systematic approach to damage assessment ; transfers; grounding and bonding; flaring, capping, leak sealing and valve repairs. An introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS) with team organization including roles and responsibilities is also covered. (Formerly FS133;FS051)


  • HZMT-1110
Course Offerings
No sections are currently scheduled for this course

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