100-ON-F Transportation of Dangerous Goods
- Point Edward, ON
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
This course is an intensive and comprehensive 8 hour training session with a knowledgeable instructor with 30 years of practical experience. Training will include hands-on exercises using current training materials.
Course content includes:
- An overview of the TDG Act, Regulations, and Exemptions
- Training requirements for handling and transporting Dangerous Goods
- Classification of Dangerous Goods (Classes 1-9)
- Selecting proper Shipping Names using Schedules 1and 3
- Means of containment (types & performance packaging)
- An overview of Safety Marks and practical use
- Documentation & Bill of Lading preparation
- Spills/TDG emergency reporting
Upon course completion, the attendee will:
- Have a basic understanding of the TDG Act, Regulations, and Exemptions
- Be able to classify Dangerous Goods (Classes 1-9)
- Be able to assign the proper Shipping Names using the TDG & Schedules 1 and 3
- Know about Performance Packaging Requirements
- Be able to label small and large means of containment
- Be able to complete a Dangerous Goods shipping document (Bill of Lading)
- Know personal responsibilities in the event of a Dangerous Goods spill or release
- Receive a TDG certificate
Fee includes all handout materials and lunch. Please advise of any dietary restrictions.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who handles, offers, receives or transports Dangerous Goods including Warehouse and Distribution Managers / Personnel, Transport Drivers, Environmental Health & Safety Managers and Coordinators, R&D and Regulatory Affairs.
100-ON Course Info Sheet (80 KB)