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- ItemDVD Training Program
- TypeRegulatory Compliance
- Subject MatterHazmat Security Awareness
- System RequirementsBasic DVD System Requirements, A 400 MHz or Faster Intel-Compatible CPU, -A video Card with AGP Architecture and at Least 4 MB of Onboard RAM, at Least 128 MB of System RAM (Windows 2000, XP, and Vista users 256 MB or more is Recommended), Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows XP, or Windows Vista (most Software DVD Decoders have either Reduced Function or no Support under Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0), The latest Version of Microsoft DirectX, A DVD-ROM Drive (DVD discs Cannot be read by CD-ROM Equipment)
- Number of Pages0
- ProvidesTraining Information
- For Use WithRegulatory Compliance
- Regulations CoveredHM-232
- Includes(1)Video, (1)Discussion Guide, (11)Employee Handbooks, (10)Completion Certificates, (1)Awareness Poster
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