Earn your Transportation of Dangerous Goods Certificate in about an hour with our fully compliant and up to date online TDG Certificate Training. Our online training has been designed by our partners (Trailwalk Holdings) and is an adaptation of what is taught in a regular classroom setting and has been developed by official trainers.
In this overview of TDG we cover the basics of what is needed on the road as well as an overview of the online training. As well we also talk about different responsibilities of Shippers, Handlers, and Carriers.
Who is responsible for making sure dangerous good are correctly labeled and what information is needed on shipping documents. Also an overview of the 9 different classes of dangerous goods.
No driver should accept a shipment unless the shipping documents are correct. We also look at how shipping documents need to be handled and how long they need to be kept for.
4. Safety marks
Safety Marks are the first line of information to people handling dangerous goods, but also to first responders who are at an accident. We look at what information they show, and where they need to be placed.
Containers that are used for transporting dangerous goods have been tested. In this section we look at the many different types of containers used to ship dangerous goods.
6. Emergency Actions
This section goes over what you need to do when you have an accident when transporting dangerous goods. Who you report to depends on the type of dangerous goods you are transporting and how much.