Chapters 1.3(training) and 1.10(security) of the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, Rail and Inland Waterways (ADR/RID/ADN), and Chapters 1.3 and 1.4 of the IMDG and Chapter 1.5 of IATA require that persons who have duties in relation to the transport, loading and unloading and handling of dangerous goods must be trained, according to the requirements of the transport, and loading and unloading, of their responsibilities and duties
Employees of inspections, shipping companies, manufacturers, shipping, freight forwarding, stevedoring, transport, storage and distribution companies.
Application of the national and international ADR, RID, ADN, IMDG and/or IATA regulations for the transport of dangerous goods in packaging, UN transport tanks, ADR tanks and bulk containers, etc.
Depending on your requirements, the following topics are covered to a greater or lesser extent:
- International and national laws and regulations;
- Hazardous properties and hazard classes;
- Exemptions such as limited and exempted quantities and 1000 points;
- Use of packaging, tanks and bulk containers;
- Marking and labeling of packages and transport units;
- Prescribed information in the transport document;
- Separation (mixed loading prohibitions);
- Construction and equipment of transport units;
- Responsibilities of parties involved in transportation;
- Emergency procedures and personal protective equipment;
- Storage of hazardous materials;