TDG (Transporting Dangerous Goods)

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We will cover all the essentials of safely transporting dangerous goods with our TDG (Transportation of Dangerous Goods) in this Online Certification course. Designed for individuals and corporations that are involved in the shipping, handling, or transportation of hazardous materials by ground, this course ensures compliance with the latest amendments to Part 6 of the TDG Regulations, focusing on worker competency and safety protocols.

What sets this course apart from others?

  • Exclusively made for Canada: Made by Canadians and Newcomers for Canadians, and Newcomers.
  • Engaging Content Delivery: Experience a dynamic learning environment with our cutting-edge format that makes learning both entertaining and informative.
  • Interactive Assessments: Engage with interactive quizzes after each chapter to ensure readiness for the final certification exam.
  • Comprehensive Resources: Upon completing this course, participants will possess the knowledge to safely transport dangerous goods, comply with regulations, and respond effectively to emergencies. Enroll now to secure your TDG certification and contribute to the safety of your workplace and the broader community, Anyone involved in the shipment, transportation, or reception of hazardous materials by road is obligated to adhere to the TDG (Transportation of Dangerous Goods) Regulations. The term “handling,” as defined in the TDG Act, encompasses the activities of loading, unloading, packing, or unpacking dangerous goods in a containment device for transportation purposes, including storage during transport.

What topics will you cover?

  • An Introduction to TDG: Kickstart your training with an overview of the TDG Act and regulations, background information, enforcement, and penalties for non-compliance.
  • Training Requirements: Understand the mandatory training for workers, topics coverage, certificate specifics, compliance updates, and proof of training.
  • Classifications: Dive into the classification system for dangerous goods, including division, packing groups, and classification methods.
  • Documentation: Master the requirements for shipping documents, consignor responsibilities, document formats, retention, and special case procedures.
  • Safety Marks: Learn about the use and significance of safety marks, including labels, placards, and the visual requirements for identifying dangerous goods.
  • Containers: Gain insights into selecting and using containment methods for safe transportation, including UN certification and container filling protocol.
  • Dangerous Goods Incidents: Prepare for incident response, including emergency reporting, identifying releases, reportable quantities, and follow-up procedures..
  • Emergencies and Special situations: Understand the role and requirements of Emergency Response Assistance Plans (ERAPs), including application, review, and renewal processes.
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