Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Canadian law requires that any person shipping, handling, or transporting dangerous goods must be trained in accordance with Transport Canada’s standards. Our Certification program has been developed in compliance with Transport Canada’s Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and Regulations.
A TDG certificate is valid for three years. TDG certificates are not transferrable (a new certificate is required each time a driver changes employment).
The Saskatchewan Safety Council TDG course will properly prepare a driver to safely perform their job.
- Identification and classification of dangerous goods
- Responsibilities of consignors, carriers, and consignees
- Emergency response plans
- Assessing compliance through driver audits
- How to report an incident
- General exemptions and special requirements
Course Duration: 4 Hours
To request a course for your company or for more information, please contact us.
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"Very satisfied with Instructor. Highlighted important material that applied. Most useful part of course was the explanation of when you need documents and when you don't and how there's lots of exceptions. "
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