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Training

ADR and IMDG Awareness

Overview

In accordance with chapter 1.3 of the ADR and IMDG regulations personnel involved in the activities associated with the transport of dangerous goods by road and sea must undertake ADR and IMDG Awareness Training. Course is available as ADR Awareness Training only or ADR and IMDG Awareness Training.

 

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Course Objectives

At the end of this course, attendees will:

  • Be familiar with the general provisions of dangerous goods transport regulations.
  • Be familiar with the legislation associated with the transport of dangerous goods be road and sea.
  • Know how products are classified as dangerous goods.
  • Be familiar with the requirement for packaging, labelling and marking dangerous goods.
  • Be aware of vehicle requirements for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Be familiar with the documentation required for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Be aware of the stowage and segregation requirements associated with transporting dangerous goods.
  • Be familiar with Emergency Response Documents.

Course Outline
  • Introduction to Dangerous Goods
  • Dangerous Goods accidents and incidents
  • Transport Legislation
  • Classification
  • Packaging
  • Labelling & Marking
  • Loading and placarding of vehicles.
  • Segregation and Compatibility
  • Dangerous Goods Documentation
  • Vehicle Requirements
  • Emergency Response

Course Evaluation

Written Exam

Course Duration

4 hours

Certification

Certificate of Attendance. Valid for two years.

Trainer Competency

Qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor

IMDG Specialist

Seadna Morey
DGSA Advisor/Trainer

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