Build Relationships with Emergency Responders, Industry, and Transportation Companies
Companies and organizations with a mission to support first responders and promote the safe handling, distribution, and transportation of hazardous materials gain many benefits through a direct connection with TRANSCAER® as a Sponsor or Corporate Member.
Why Support TRANSCAER?
Since TRANSCAER is a voluntary national outreach effort, we depend on our Sponsors and Corporate Members to financially support our training and outreach initiatives.
Your financial contributions enable TRANSCAER to provide FREE quality training programs for emergency responders throughout the year. TRANSCAER trains 30,000*+ emergency responders each year due to your generous support!
*Due to COVID-19 in 2020, TRANSCAER was not able to train the same level of emergency responders. The training totals from 2015-2019 have consistently been over 30,000 responders annually.
Sponsorship provides a unique opportunity to connect with targeted audiences to promote the safe transportation and handling of hazardous materials.
TRANSCAER Sponsors are limited to nonprofit industry and transportation trade associations only.
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Corporate Membership benefits your company with new channels to promote your brand. Additionally your membership contribution enables TRANSCAER to provide quality training programs throughout the year and funding for hazmat equipment and advanced training for emergency responders.
Find Training Events Near You
- United States
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington, D.C.
- West Virginia
If you have additional questions about TRANSCAER training programs, connect with your regional or state coordinator.
Sponsors & Partners
Learn more about the organizations that provide free, quality training for emergency responders.
Interested in getting involved with the TRANSCAER mission in your own community? Consider applying to become a regional or state coordinator.