Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Number of people to train Price/person  
1-3 $46.95  
4-10 $44.95  
11-25 $39.95  
26-50 $34.95  
51-100 $29.95  
101-500 $19.95  
Price : $46.95


75 minute average runtime

TDG Online Training Course

Everyday, thousands of TDG regulated products are handled, transported, and offered for transport throughout Canada. This online certification program will provide participants with an understanding of the hazards and regulatory requirements associated with dangerous goods controlled products. This course is required for companies who ship by road and/or rail only. Upon successful completion, a certificate will be issued automatically.

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Modules

Legal and Other

  • Mississauga train derailment 1979
  • UN numbering system
  • Training required for shipping, receiving, loaders & un-loaders
  • Training certificate good for 3 years
  • Enforcement weigh scale operators, Ministry of Transport (MOT), customs, police
  • Offences, penalties and possibility of defense by showing due diligence

Definitions

  • Canutec, accidental release, biological product, categories A & B, gross mass, large versus small means of containment, shipping documents, shipping name, subsidiary class

TDG Classification

  • Primary and subsidiary classification, compatibility group, UN number, packing group
  • Class 1 - Explosives
  • Class 2 - Gases
  • Class 3 - Flammable liquids
  • lass 4 - Flammable solids; solids spontaneously combustible; water reactive substances
  • Class 5 - Oxidizing substances & organic peroxides
  • Class 6 - Toxic & infectious substances
  • Class 7 - Radioactive materials
  • Class 8 - Corrosive materials
  • Class 9 - Misc. products, substances/organisms

Schedule 1, 2 and 3 (Including Exemptions and Special Cases)

  • How to use schedules 1, 2 & 3
  • Packing groups 1, 2 & 3
  • Exemptions & special cases
  • 150 kg and 500 kg gross mass exemptions

TDG Shipping Documents

  • When & how to prepare, order information, ERAP number, communications with CANUTEC

TDG Safety Marks

  • Regulations for labels, placards & placarding
  • Shipments over 4000 kg, mixed loads
  • Compartmentalized tanks, elevated temperature & fumication signs

Containers

  • Secured & upright, good condition, no overfilling
  • Transport Canada (TC), UN and Department of Transport (DOT) markings

Emergency Response Assistance Plan

  • Emergency Response Assistance Plan (ERAP)
  • Situations where ERAP is required

Accidental Release & Reporting Requirement

  • Spills during loading, rollover on road, public endagerment
  • Actual release versus imminent release
  • Who must be contact and what information is required by when

DISCLAIMER-Any user of the online courses provided by Alert First-Aid Inc. found on the website www.alertfirstaid.com acknowledges and agrees that Alert First-Aid Inc. (the “Company”) disclaims all liability and legal responsibility howsoever caused for the information contained in or referenced in any of the online courses. The Company does not warrant that the information will be sufficient for the user’s purposes and takes no responsibility for the consequences of how the information is used by the user or any employee or affiliate of the user.