TDG Act and Regulations in Canada are in place to provide information on hazardous materials in transport by road, rail, marine or air.; These are products that could pose a risk to public safety. Everyone that is involved with a dangerous goods shipment should have awareness of and understand what their responsibilities are. This online course is intended for shippers, carriers, receivers and anyone else involved with the movement of dangerous goods, as they are required to be properly trained, educated and have a sound understanding of all aspects that relate directly to their job and the dangerous goods, whether they will handle, offer for transport or transport.
TDG FOR SHIPPERS, CARRIERS, RECEIVERS AND HANDLERS ONLINE COURSE TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
- Responsibilities of Consignors, Consignees and Carriers
- Training and certificate for TDG
- Classification of all 9 classes of TDG materials
- Documentation and waybill of lading
- Safety Marks or placards for large loads and ERAPS
- Means of Containment
- Accidental Releases
- Special Cases
- Special Situations
TDG FOR SHIPPERS, CARRIERS, RECEIVERS AND HANDLERS ONLINE TEST:
Testing is conducted throughout this online program. The TDG for Shippers, Carriers, Receivers and Handlers course is designed to reinforce the information presented by asking clear questions that are key learning areas. . A mark of 90% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion.
TDG FOR SHIPPERS, CARRIERS, RECEIVERS AND HANDLERS ONLINE COURSE DURATION TO COMPLETE PROGRAM:
Approximately 120 minutes of course time to complete this seminar.
TDG FOR SHIPPERS, CARRIERS, RECEIVERS AND HANDLERS CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION:
Upon completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available for download and printing. Keep it as proof of training and have employer sign the certificate.