Dangerous Goods Compliance Courses

Shipping dangerous goods (or hazardous materials)  is more than just sticking a label on a box and giving the carrier a waybill.  It’s all about COMPLIANCE, compliance which you can achieve easily following our 8 steps.  Eight steps (and we’ll even bet you’ll never need step 8) to ensure that your shipments are ready to go and be accepted by any carrier.  Gone are the days of package refusal, returns or even far more worrying, … FINES !!!!  Leave the dark side and see how easy compliance can be with our user-friendly tools and to-the-point TDG training.

Workplace accidents are a constant cause of worry and unnecessary expense. WHMIS is the standard for hazards communication on hazardous materials in the workplace. People exposed to hazardous materials, even randomly,  must therefore undergo WHMIS 2015 training in addition to the transport of dangerous goods training when required considering that these two regulations are different but complementary.  Protect your employees and business continuity by investing a single hour of their time by taking our  WHMIS worker’s training.

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 voting member of Transport Canada’s TDG training committee.  For concise and to-the-point training, DGTC is your compliance partner of choice.

WHMIS2015

WHMIS 2015 Training

WHMIS has been in effect in Canada since 1988. It is the standard for hazards communication for hazardous products in the workplace. In February 2015 WHMIS became WHMIS 2015 following the adoption of the Globally Harmonized System (or GHS). The transition period ended on December 1, 2018. Persons handling hazardous materials must therefore undergo WHMIS 2015 training.

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BIO101

Shipping and Transporting Biomedical and Infectious Substances

This training is designed specifically for staff collecting and preparing and transporting shipments of biological substances for ground shipment (medical or veterinary clinics, field nurses, hospitals, health centers, etc.).  This includes tha transport of such goods.  This course is not designed for staff who only carry these samples  (see BIO-109).

BIO105

Shipping Biomedical and Infectious Substances by Air

This training is designed as a complement to our  Bio 101 Shipping and transporting biomedical and infectious substances training for staff collecting samples and preparing shipments to be transported by air or by FedEx Express.

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BIO109

Transporting Biomedical and Infectious Substances by Ground

Transport of biological substances training is intended for staff transporting biological samples (taxi drivers, healthcare or hospital delivery service providers etc.).   This course is not designed for staff collecting and packaging samples (see BIO-101)

TDG 101

TDG 101 Transportation of dangerous goods - Carriers and Handlers

This training is designed specifically designed for carriers and handlers of dangerous goods (i.e.: truck drivers, forklift operators etc.) and meets all Transport Canada requirements.

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TDG 116

Service vehicles and small carriers

Are you transporting less than 500 kg of dangerous goods? The Transport of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR) require training for all people even if they transport less than 500 kg of dangerous goods. Knowing the appropriate TDG requirements will avoid penalties!

WARNING
This training is not valid for the transport of flammable gas cylinders over 46L, toxic gases, radioactive, organic peroxides, infectious substances or explosives.