Required for drivers of any size vehicle used to transport material that requires hazardous material placards, or any material listed as a select agent or toxin in 42 CFR 73.

Upcoming Classes:
June 22-23, 2024
July 20-21, 2024
August 17-18, 2024
September 28-29, 2024
Class Overview:

This course is designed for those who choose to add the Hazardous Materials Endorsement to their existing CDL.

In this course, each student will receive no less than 16 hours of classroom education, taught by an instructor with years of HAZMAT experience. 

Entrance Requirements:
Students must possess a high school diploma, a general education development (GED) diploma, or demonstrate equivalent skills and/or experience. All students are required to pass a Federal Drug test and DOT physical exam. Students must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid Washington State Driver License. Student must provide a current copy of their driving record to verify they are not disqualified from obtaining a commercial driver license.

NOTE: the DOL will require you present your certified birth certificate when you apply for your CDL permit.  Make sure you have a copy available.

Taylor Made TDS, Inc. encourages diversity and accepts applications from all minorities. Taylor Made TDS, Inc. does not discriminate against students or potential students on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability.

Taylor Made TDS, Inc. acknowledges that information pertaining to an applicant’s disability is voluntary and confidential and will be made on an individual basis. If this information is presented, Taylor Made TDS, Inc. will reasonably attempt to provide an accommodation to overcome the effects of the limitation of the qualified applicant. All inquiries about accommodations should be made to the admissions administrator upon registration of the program. To be qualified, an individual with a disability must meet the basic skill, education, training and other eligibility requirements of the relevant job or vocational program and must be able to perform the essential functions of the relevant job or vocational program, either with or without reasonable accommodation; the employment and academic standards are the same for all individuals enrolled.