AFMAN 24-204(I)/TM 38-250/NAVSUP PUB 505/MCO P4030.19H/ DLAI 4145.3
11 DECEMBER 2001
Transportation of Hazardous Material for Supervisors, A822-0014, Navy Supply Corps School, Athens
HA25.3. Training for Certifying Officials. Preparers (certifying officials), as defined in 1.2.3, are authorized to
accomplish the Shippers Declaration for Dangerous Goods certification according to 1.2.8. Supervisors must
consult DoD Catalog 5010.16-c Defense Management Education and Training to select the most appropriate course
for the individual based on course prerequisites. Train preparers based on one of the following function specific
A25.3.1. Preparers. Personnel whose primary duty is preparing and certifying all types of hazardous materials
shipments on a daily basis. Trainers should evaluate individual needs to ensure sufficient packaging knowledge or
provide additional packaging training if required. The courses identified below are authorized only if developed and
administered according to the most recent Interservice Training Review Organization Task Group on Hazardous
Materials Training Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU is developed jointly with each school and
Service/DLA policy focal point to ensure standard and adequate Preparer level training for DoD personnel. Any
deviation from the MOU invalidates the course and is not authorized as acceptable training under this manual.
These individuals must have satisfactorily completed one of the qualifying courses:
A188.8.131.52. Initial Training Courses. Personnel identified in A25.3.1 must satisfactorily complete one of the initial
training courses identified below as a prerequisite to certifying the Shippers Declaration for Dangerous Goods for
airlift of hazardous cargo.
Hazardous Material Preparer Course (L3AZR2T000 005, Resident or L4AZT2T000 005, On Site), 345
TRS/TTTD, Lackland AFB TX 78236-5427.
Technical Transportation of Hazardous Materials (AMMO-62, Resident or AMMO-62OS On Site), U.S.
Army Defense Ammunition Center and School, McAlester OK 76544.
Installation Traffic Management of Hazardous Materials (Initial) (AMMO-41) (Resident), U.S. Army
Defense Ammunition Center, McAlester OK 76544. Telephone DSN 956-8961/8931 or commercial (918)
Defense Packaging of Hazardous Materials for Transportation, 8B-F7(JT), Resident and On Site, School of
Military Packaging Technology (SMPT), Aberdeen Proving Ground MD 21005-5001.
Transportation of Hazardous Material-Basic (A-822-0012), Navy Supply Corps School, Athens, GA
30606-5520. Telephone DSN 588-7215 or commercial (706) 354-7215/7240.
A184.108.40.206. Refresher Training Courses. Personnel, who have previously completed one of the courses specified
in A220.127.116.11, must satisfy the 24-month refresher training requirement of A25.4 by completing one of the following
Hazardous Material Preparer Refresher (Exportable) (L6AZS2T000 001), 345 TRS/TTTD, Lackland AFB
TX 78236-5427. This course approved for Air Force and DLA activities only.
General Transportation of Hazardous Materials (AMMO-37, Resident or AMMO-370S, On Site), U.S.
Army Defense Ammunition Center, McAlester OK 76544. Telephone DSN 956-8961/8931or commercial
Defense (Refresher) Packaging of Hazardous Materials for Transportation, 8B-F35 (JT) Resident and On
Site, School of Military Packaging Technology (SMPT), Aberdeen Proving Grounds MD 21005-5001.
Transportation of Hazardous Material-Recertification (A-822-0011), Navy Supply Corps School, Athens
A25.3.2. Preparers (Technical Specialist). Technical specialists are personnel trained and qualified to prepare for
shipment only those hazardous materials within their specialty (such as, vehicle maintenance personnel are
technical specialists for vehicles). Technical specialists may only sign the Shippers Declaration for Dangerous
Goods form as a certifying official on items they are technically qualified to maintain and prepare for shipment. For
the purposes of this manual, a technical specialist will:
Be designated by the Commander.
Be authorized to certify those items within the technical specialty, unique to the unit or activitys
Be trained in packaging, preparation, marking, labeling, certification, and all other aspects of this manual
relevant to the specific hazardous materials within the individuals specialty.
This authorization applies to tactical or contingency operations and channel (non-Chapter 3) movement.