NEW COURSE AND UPDATED REQUIREMENTS!!
As of July, 2015, there are new amendments to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and Regulations. Our program is designed for road mode application and outlines the activities of the Consignor, Consignee and Carrier. This course teaches components of training, packaging, classification of Dangerous goods, safety training marking and placarding, documentation, Emergency Response Assistance Plan (ERAP) and Accident Reporting.
You can take our classroom course or our online course. Information for our online course is here – TDG Online Course
There are Significant changes to Danger Placardin (section 4.15 and 4.16),, Information on a Shipping Document (Section 3.5(1)(c), Consignor’s Certification SOR/2014-152 (Section 3.6.1(1)(a) and Section 3.6.1(2)
If you provide your list of chemicals used at your workplace, their specific TDG profile can be discussed in the class.
The recent TDG Act and Regulations was updated to harmonize dangerous goods activities between the USA and Canada and to provide a clearer format for public prevention while transporting dangerous goods.
The objective of TDG is to protect the public and the environment from dangerous occurrences when transporting, offering for transport or receiving dangerous goods. Personnel at loading docks, truck drivers, reception staff, warehouse workers and those filling out way bills of lading will benefit from this training.
Open book exam, movie or multi media format and lecture provided. Bring in your description of your dangerous goods and documentation for a more site specific program! Permanent ticket awarded following successful completion.
Up to 3 year certification (tied to length of time you work for the employer or are self employed) May extend up to 4 hours in length depending on class size and volume of dangerous goods.
A preview into the Upcoming Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals.
The worldwide adoption of the United Nations upcoming ” harmonization system ” will be implemented in Canada in the near future. Currently, countries utilize different systems to classify their chemical hazards. This presents confusion in interpreting other countries hazard information and creates problems in reference to global trade.
Canada has been participating in the development of GHS for a number of years. Their contribution into the process will ensure that hazard information is consistent, makes compliance easier and reduces international trade barriers.
(Group rates and bulk course discounts are available upon request)
Students who register within the 5 business days prior to the seminar can submit a request in writing (email or letter that is confirmed as received) to the Allstar Enviro Safety representative for a one month credit for that course or one of equal value. Qualified substitutions of candidates can attend the program instead, with permission of the Instructor.
Students who withdraw the day before the class without substitution will forfeit their payment. Students who do not attend the course with no notice or are over 30 minutes late will forfeit their payment.
Allstar Enviro Safety and it’s representatives assume the right to cancel or substitute a course in which minimum registration is not met or for unforeseen circumstances. We will make our best effort to rebook the program, when possible and to advise the students or employers of the cancellation or date change.
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