Steel Drums 101 for Emergency Responders Webinar
This is a virtual event. You will receive additional information after registering.
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- Q&A Session via Chat Feature
- Certificates upon successful completion will be emailed 1-2 business days following the webinar.
- Hazmat technician/specialist
- First responders
- Anyone interested in learning more about this topic
- Proper blocking and bracing of steel drums during transportation
- Performance standards of steel drums in fire situations
- How fusible plugs help control fire situations
- And much more!
Join Chris Lind, former Director of Technology and Regulatory Affairs at Mauser USA LLC, on June 30 at 3:30 PM EST as he gives first responders helpful information to better comprehend the components of steel drums. From understanding the difference between an open-head and a tight-head steel drum to being able to interpret the UN marking, Chris will dive into the vital safety standards first responders need to know.
Pre-registration is required in order to receive the webinar login details & training certificate. Registration is limited to 300 participants.
Registration will close at 2:30 PM EST on Tuesday, June 30 (one hour prior to the start of the webinar).
NOTE: The time for the webinar is Eastern Time, when you register you will receive a confirmation email and there will be an option to “add to calendar” that will add this event to your calendar and adjust to your time zone.
- Industrial Steel Drum Institute (ISDI)