Assistance for Local Emergency Response Training (ALERT)

The Assistance for Local Emergency Response Training (ALERT) grant provides hazmat training for volunteer or remote emergency responders with a focus on emergency response involving rail transportation of:

  • Crude oil
  • Ethanol
  • Other flammable liquids

ALERT is funded by U.S. DOT and PHMSA.

  • Topics:
    • Featured Hazmat
    • Hazmat
  • Resource Type:
    • Reference
    • Strategy development tool
    • Guide/ toolkit/ template
    • Training
  • Organizational Author:
    • Hazardous Materials Committee
    • External
    • Industrial Fire Safety Section
    • IAFC

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