trained today on how to ship dangerous goods in Canada. You’ll be
issued a 3 year Transportation of Dangerous Goods compliance
certificate when you complete the course.
This online course allows you to train on your own and covers:
(a) Identification and use of hazard symbols
(b) classification of dangerous goods
(c) packaging dangerous goods including marking and labeling, UN Specification Codes and maximum quantity allowances
(d) documentation requirements
(e) placards – when and how to use them
(f) various exceptions including limited quantities
(g) reporting requirements in the case of spills, etc.
and all the training you need to ship Dangerous Goods by ground in Canada using the most recent TDG Regulations including the most recent amendments.
Vancouver based Environmental Specialist with a Masters of Science in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Regina. His expertise include the scientific analysis of the aquatic, aeolian, and terrestrial environment. Evan is also an expert in the various Dangerous Goods regulations from the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling Chemicals, to the IATA DGR.