Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Training

Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Training

Understand and comply with the current requirements of Canadian TDG regulations.


We can run a custom session of this course at a location of your choice for as many people as needed. Inquire for pricing.

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This blended learning course will teach you how to correctly identify, label, ship and receive dangerous goods specific to your workplace while meeting the applicable TDG regulations for road and rail activities. The course also covers how to deal with potential accidental releases, including government record keeping and reporting procedures.

All individuals involved in the handling; offering for transport; or transporting of dangerous goods by road travel, must be trained in TDG every three years as required under TDG regulations.

What You Will Learn

  • Why TDG training is essential
  • Understand the TDGs regulations and legal requirements
  • General responsibilities of consignor, carrier and consignee, exemptions and applications
  • How to identify and classify Dangerous Goods
  • TDG safety marks,
  • Schedules of materials
  • Containers and packing group requirements
  • ERAP (Emergency Response Assistance Plans)
  • Release and Reporting requirements (based on your region)

Course Features

  • Wallet Card Upon successful completion of this course each participant will receive a permanent plastic wallet card.
  • Evaluation Testing is conducted in this course to reinforce the information presented.
  • Certification Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a certificate of completion.