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Canadian law requires that any person shipping, handling, or transporting dangerous goods must be trained in accordance with Transport Canada鈥檚 standards by means of relevant transportation. Your Employer must Sign your training card for it to be valid

Section 1 – Overview of Transportation of Dangerous Good

Upon completion of section 1, you should be able to:鈥ecognize the need for all workers involved in the transportation of dangerous goods to have TDG training鈥efine 鈥渢ransportation鈥 as interpreted by the TDG Act and regulations鈥now how the TDG Act and regulations are enforced and recognize the potential penalties and fines for non-compliance鈥dentify the 16 parts of the TDG Regulations and be able to describe the 3 Schedules

Lessons

The TDG Act and Regulations Definition of 鈥渢ransportation鈥 and "dangerous good" Enforcement Regulations

Section 2 – Compliance

Upon completion of section 2, you should be able to:鈥ecognize that all workers involved in the TDG process must be trained or work under the supervision of someone that is trained鈥now that the employer is responsible for providing TDG training鈥nderstand that TDG training certificates are not transferable and must be updated鈥escribe the types of fundamental knowledge that ALL workers involved in the TDG process must have

Lessons

Training Requirements

Section 3 – Compliance

Upon completion of section 3, you should be able to:鈥ecognize that classification for dangerous goods are in Part 2 of the TDG regulations鈥now the types of information found in each of the three Schedules of the TDG regulations鈥nterpret the classification number of a dangerous good鈥now the purpose of Packing Groups (I, II, and III)鈥nderstand the role of the consignor鈥xplain how mode of transportation affects the classification of a dangerous good聽鈥escribe appropriate responses to an error in classification鈥ist the 9 classes of dangerous goods鈥ecognize the symbols for each class, and for each division, of dangerous goods

Lessons

Classification of Dangerous Goods Types of information found in each of the three Schedules of the TDG regulations Interpret the classification number of a dangerous good Purpose of Packing Groups (I, II, and III) Role of the consignor How does the mode of transportation affects the classification of a dangerous good? What is the appropriate responses to an error in classification? 9 classes of dangerous goods What are the symbols for each class, and for each division, of dangerous goods?

Section 4 – Safety Marks

Upon completion of section 4, you should be able to:鈥ecognize the safety marks used to identify each class/division of dangerous goods, as well as the marine pollutant mark, the elevated temperature sign, and the fumigation sign;鈥nterpret certification safety marks; Understand the meaning of packaging type and construction codes;聽鈥now the rules regarding the visibility, legibility and聽colour聽of dangerous goods safety signs;聽鈥xplain the responsibilities of the consignor and of the carrier,聽with regard to safety marks; and聽鈥now when dangerous goods safety signs may be removed and when they should be changed.

Lessons

Recognize the safety marks used to identify each class/division of dangerous goods, as well as the marine pollutant mark, the elevated temperature sign, and the fumigation sign Understand and interpret certification safety marks, the meaning of packaging type and construction codes Explain the responsibilities of the consignor and of the carrier with regards to safety marks What are the rules regarding the visibility, legibility and聽colour聽of dangerous goods safety signs? When should dangerous goods safety signs be removed and when should they be changed?

Section 5 – Means of Containment

Upon completion of section 5, you should be able to:鈥ecognize that the standards for 鈥渕eans of containment鈥 may be specific to a class of dangerous goods, means of containment, or mode of transport聽鈥ecognize that, to maintain standards may require adherence to TDG regulations as well as several other applicable standards鈥efine and differentiate between a 鈥渟mall means of containment鈥 and a 鈥渓arge means of containment鈥濃nderstand the rules pertaining to the selection and display of labels on small means of containment聽

Lessons

Recognize that the standards for 鈥渕eans of containment鈥 may be specific to a class of dangerous goods, means of containment, or mode of transport Recognize that, to maintain standards may require adherence to TDG regulations as well as several other applicable standards, and define and differentiate between a 鈥渟mall means of containment鈥 and a 鈥渓arge means of containment鈥 Understand the rules pertaining to the selection and display of labels on small means of containment聽

Section 6 – Documentation

Upon completion of section 6, you should be able to:鈥dentify the types of information found on a shipping document and the order in which that information appears聽鈥xplain the TDG regulations pertaining to the completion, possession, and transfer of a shipping document from one party to another聽鈥now what additional documents may be required to accompany a shipping document in specific circumstances聽鈥now when a shipping document is not required聽鈥xplain the responsibilities of the consignor and the carrier regarding a shipping document聽

Lessons

Identify the types of information found on a shipping document and the order in which that information appears聽; regulations pertaining to the completion, possession, and transfer of a shipping document from one party to another; and what additional documents may be required to accompany a shipping document in specific circumstances Explain the responsibilities of the consignor and the carrier regarding a shipping document聽

Section 7 – Forbidden Goods and Exemptions

Upon completion of section聽聽7, you should be able to:鈥efine forbidden goods, exemptions and special provisions聽鈥now the requirements pertaining to 鈥淪pecial Cases鈥澛

Lessons

What are 鈥渇orbidden鈥 dangerous goods, exemptions and special provisions? What are the requirements pertaining to 鈥淪pecial Cases鈥?

Section 8 – Special Provisions

Upon completion of section 8, you should be able to:鈥nderstand the requirements of the Transportation Within a Facility Exemption, and Transportation Between Two Properties Exemption鈥now the circumstances in which exemptions may apply to certain dangerous goods: gasoline, fire extinguishers, and residue in a drum鈥escribe sample exemptions

Lessons

Explain the requirements for special provisions

Section 9 – Accidental Release and ERAPs

Upon completion of section 9, you should be able to:鈥efine and differentiate between an accidental release and an imminent accidental release聽鈥ecognize the notification requirements related to an accidental release鈥now what information must be included in an immediate report and who must receive a copy of this report鈥now what information must be included in a 30-day follow-up report and who must receive a copy of this report鈥efine a 鈥渞elease鈥 and know what quantities are used for determining when a release has occurred

Lessons

Define and differentiate between an accidental release, an imminent accidental release聽, and define a 鈥渞elease鈥 and know what quantities are used for determining when a release has occurred Understand the notification requirements related to an accidental release, including what information must be included in the report and who receives them What is an Emergency Response Assistance Plan (ERAP)? Final Quiz