Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

11006130/0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. BLRs Safety Training Presentations Transportation Security TrainingPart II 49 CFR 172.704.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "11006130/0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. BLRs Safety Training Presentations Transportation Security TrainingPart II 49 CFR 172.704."— Presentation transcript:

1 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. BLRs Safety Training Presentations Transportation Security TrainingPart II 49 CFR

2 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Hazardous Material Shipments 800,000 hazardous shipments each day Fuels, medicines, fertilizers Most carried by truck 85,000 trucks for gasoline and propane

3 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Goals Awareness and in-depth security training requirements Reducing security risks and responding to security threats Quiz

4 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Current Training Requirements General Hazardous Materials Regulations Recognize and identify hazardous materials Specific job-related transportation functions Emergency response procedures Self-protection measures

5 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Security Awareness Training Next scheduled recurrent training Security risks Methods to enhance security Recognizing security threats Responding to security threats

6 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. In-Depth Security Training Implementation of the security plan Security objectives Security procedures Employee responsibilities Response to a security breach Organizational security structure

7 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Security Risks Multiple facility access points Employee access to hazardous materials Unlocked gates and doors Unsecured loading and unloading operations

8 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Company Enhanced Security Limit and control access points Control employee access to hazardous materials Develop procedures for locking gates and doors

9 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Company Enhanced Security (cont.) Install security fencing Hire security guards Install cameras, sensors, and alarms Escort visitors and contractors

10 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Security of Hazardous Materials Keep storage areas locked Conduct accurate inventories Conduct regular inspections Conduct security spot checks Check driver identification Look for unusual purchases or odd behavior

11 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Suspicious Personnel or Activity Person loitering by chemical tanks Person loitering by loading docks Walking by perimeter security fence Unusual vehicle parked outside your facility

12 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Carrier Security Conduct a pre-trip inspection Secure the rig Dont pick up hitchhikers Report delays Report suspicious activities

13 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Route Planning Select shortest route Avoid areas of high population Look for good lighting at rest stops Maintain visual contact with your vehicle Avoid tunnels and bridges

14 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Vehicle Security Electronic engine locks Trailer locks Access control systems Satellite tracking

15 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Your Role in Security Keep doors locked Dont let anyone borrow your keys Dont let anyone enter the building without ID Check ID of unknown personnel

16 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Report Security Gaps Nonworking security lighting Missing signs Damaged security cameras Damaged security fencing

17 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Responding to Security Threats Do not approach suspicious persons Call security or police Warn other employees Lock doors and gates Evacuate or shelter-in-place

18 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Goals Awareness and in-depth security training requirements Reducing security risks and responding to security threats Quiz

19 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Summary Company enhanced security Security of hazardous materials Suspicious personnel or activity Carrier security Vehicle security Reporting security gaps Responding to threats

20 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Quiz 1.What types of employee must receive DOT hazmat security training? 2.What are some things every employee can do to help security? 3.How can you control access by unauthorized personnel? 4.Name two ways to help secure hazardous materials at your site. 5.What are some activities you should be suspicious of at your site?

21 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Quiz (cont.) 6.Name two ways the driver can improve security of the hazardous load. 7.Name some things a hazmat driver should consider when route planning. 8.Name some features that help with vehicle security. 9.Describe some security gaps that you should report to management? 10.How should you respond to a security threat?

22 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Quiz Answers 1.Employees involved with the shipping and receiving of hazardous materials must receive security awareness training. Hazmat employees of companies required to have a transportation security plan must receive in-depth training. 2.Keep doors locked, dont give out keys, check ID of unknown persons 3.Limit access points, lock gates and doors, fencing, lighting, visitor control 4.Lock area, inventory, inspections, spot checks, odd purchases, driver ID

23 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Quiz Answers (cont.) 5.Someone loitering by a chemical tank or loading dock where chemical containers are handled, a person walking along the outside of a security fence, unusual vehicles parked outside the facility 6.Inspect the trailer, secure rig, no hitchhikers, report suspicious behavior 7.Select the shortest route; avoid highly populated areas; stop at rest stops with adequate lighting and maintain visual contact with vehicle; avoid bridges and tunnels, when possible.

24 /0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. Quiz Answers (cont.) 8.Electronic engine locks, trailer lock systems, access control systems and alarms, satellite tracking 9.Nonworking lighting, missing signs, damaged cameras, damaged fencing 10.Dont approach, call police, secure area, warn other employees


Download ppt "11006130/0403 Copyright ©2004 Business and Legal Reports, Inc. BLRs Safety Training Presentations Transportation Security TrainingPart II 49 CFR 172.704."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google