This unit teaches participants a brief introduction to transportation of dangerous goods (TDG). Topics include who it applies to, definitions & regulations
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Unit 2 discusses compliance and outlines the training requirements set out in the TDG Act and regulations.
In this unit participants will learn to recognize that classification matters for dangerous goods are dealt with in Part 2 of the TDG regulations,
This unit examines the safety marks used with dangerous goods.
Unit 5 identifies the possible “means of containment” for transporting dangerous goods, and describes the procedure used in the selection and safety marking
This unit is focused on identifying, knowing and explaining shipping documentation in relation to TDG
Unit 7 focuses on forbidden goods and special provisions in TDG regulations.
Unit 8 focuses on further exemptions, and highlights the transportation within a facility exemption and the transportation between two properties exemption in particular
Unit 9 focuses on accidental releases of dangerous goods