Ground Transportation of Dangerous Goods

We provide 5 levels of training each designed for specific needs within the industry (shippers, carriers, handlers, service trucks and classification). All our courses are offered as entry level or refresher programs (required every 36 months).

Shippers: TDG-201

Target audience

Employees who prepare shipments, package goods, label and mark packages and prepare shipping documents for manufacturers or distributors of dangerous goods.

Course Outline

Duration

4 to 14 hours according to customer needs.


Carriers: TDG-101

Target audience

Basic training required for dangerous goods carriers.

Course Outline

Duration

4 hours


Handling: TDG-102

Target audience

Aimed at personnel (handlers, forklift drivers etc) who load and unload dangerous goods in transport units. It meets the basic requirements set out by Transport Canada.

Course Outline

Duration

2 hours


Service truck: TDG-116

Target audience

This training is specifically designed for "in-house" carriers of small shipments (500 kg or less) of dangerous goods and is based on the 500 kg exemption under section 1.16. It is also excellent training for sales reps and service units who need to be certified under TDGR.

Course Outline

Duration

2.5 hours


Classification: CLA-101

Target audience

Designed for employees who must classify dangerous goods (manufacturers). It covers all modes of transport as well as the additional requirements for the 49CFR (USA) regulations. This course is heavily based on exercises and situation based training.

Course Outline

Duration

7 hours

Note

Classification of explosives and radioactives are not covered.