Who needs TDG training and how often?
The TDG Regulations clearly identify who must receive adequate TDG training and hold a certificate as a person who handles, offers for transport or transports a dangerous goods, unless they are in the presence and under the direct supervision of a person who is adequately trained and who holds a training certificate. Also, training certificates for road, rail, and ship expire 36 months after the date of issuance. However, an important point to note when it comes to these amendments is that additional training may be required even if your 3 year TDG training certificate is still valid. Section 6.5 of the TDG Regulations clearly states:
"A person's training should be up-to-date with these Regulations ... Consequently, additional training may have to be undertaken if regulatory changes applicable to the person's duties occur before the training certificate expires."
Our TDG training is different from other training sessions in our region:
- We're offering updated training course material that includes a review of the new changes to the TDG Regulations
- Our LIVE ONLINE session gives you the ability to connect directly with the presenter and ask questions unlike other online training modules
- Our Guest Expert, Wayne MacLeod of Hazard Control Systems, has extensive experience in environmental compliance training
- Our prices are very competitive with other full and half-day training sessions.