Web-Training Canada is the place to find trade compliance training that you can really use, at affordable pricing. The courses are grouped according to the specific topic of compliance, with one or more courses available to choose from.
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We also offer stand alone courses for your in-house training needs, compliant with SCORM 2004 and xAPI (TinCan).
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Export Control and CGP in Canada
Heroxx Trade Compliance brings many decades of trade compliance experience into short, targeted training modules for everyone in your organization. Whether you need advanced training for a few managers or basic refresher training for your whole staff, we have you covered.
Hazardous Materials and Transportation of Dangerous Goods
The Dangerous Goods Training Center has over 25 years of experience in hazmat handling and shipping training. Their expertise includes Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG, IATA, IMDG, 49CFR), Dangerous Products Regulations (WHMIS), forklift operations, and hazmat storage. Their team of experienced and certified trainers are experts in their field and serve as a voting member of Transport Canada’s TDG training committee. For concise and to-the-point training, the DGTC is your compliance partner of choice.
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Product Environmental Compliance
Aury Hathout M. Env, CEA, is a certified environmental auditor and has a Master’s degree in Environment combined with graduate education in Business Administration from the University of Sherbrooke.
Since 2008, Aury provides practical consulting services, including environmental compliance and management systems auditing in multiple industrial and services sectors – various manufactures, petroleum equipment, construction, municipalities, etc.
He is especially responsible for the environmental compliance of hundreds of electrical and electronic products sold worldwide, with any the following requirements: RoHS, REACH, WEEE, Conflict Minerals, Prop. 65 etc.
Offered services include anything from customized training to full support of environmental compliance requirements.
Through his assessments, Aury is regularly in contact with over 2 500 of the most active manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors in the electronics field.
Aury also gives training, lectures (such as Chemical Watch) and teaches Environmental Auditing at the University of Sherbrooke.