TDG Online Training - LearnerVerified
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Danatec’s award winning, industry recognized Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) online training courses is for initial or re-certification training. Our continually updated, current TDG course meets all of Transport Canada’s training requirements under the TDG Regulations, for all persons involved in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods by ground.
Our course is ideal for shippers, receivers and drivers. It contains interactive elements such as video, animations, engaging games and skill building exercises which will engage the adult learner and make for an interesting and educational learning experience. Our courses focus on elements that ensure the information is understood, retained and easily resourced.
A final exam to complete the course and a printable certificate along with a Digital Badge is issued upon completion. Free printable resources are included such as our TDG class guide, placarding guide, emergency reporting documents and phone numbers. TDG certification is valid for 3 years upon completion and is non-transferable.
- Industry recognized, printable TDG certificate
- Live support Monday to Friday, 7am to 5pm MST
- Interesting and engaging learning content created by industry experts
- Same day certification, begin your training in minutes
- Start and stop at your convenience
- Printable resources for easy reference and use
- Mobile/Tablet compatible
Easily accessible, stored record of training that can be shared if needed for auditing purposes or proof of certification
Buying training for your company? Ask about our customizable TDG certificates, exams and worksite specific content built to meet your requirements.
Have a TDG questions? Speak to one of our safety experts, free of charge, call us toll free at 1-800-465-3366.
COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES:
An overview of TDG Requirements and Regulations Responsibilities of Shippers, handlers and carriers Nine classes of Dangerous Goods Shipping Documentation Placards, Labels and Safety Marks Different means of containment Special Situations Emergency Response Plans (ERAP) and actions