Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Canada)

Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Canada)

The dangers associated with hazardous goods are magnified when people transport them since they are in motion and may be exposed to dangerous conditions. The Canadian government enacted the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act to promote public safety. Everyone who transports hazardous goods needs to know what they are handling, what the dangers are and what to do in case of an emergency. Take this course as an overview to TDG regulations. Ideal learners include anyone who is involved in shipping or receiving dangerous goods.

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Course Outline

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Dangerous Goods    

  • 3. Regulations    

  • 4. Identification    

  • 5. Documentation    

  • 6. Containment    

  • 7. Responsibilities    

  • 8. Requirements    

  • 9. Accidental Release    

  • 10. Conclusion    

Learning Objectives

  • Define dangerous goods and their classes.
  • Recall regulations that apply to the transportation of dangerous goods.
  • Identify the requirements, purpose and meaning of dangerous goods safety marks, labels and placards.
  • Know the requirements for transporting dangerous goods including documentation, containment and training.
  • Recall consignor (or shipper) and receiver responsibilities regarding the transportation of dangerous goods.
  • Remember what to do in the event of an accidental dangerous goods release during transportation.


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