Dangerous Goods Handling Awareness Training course provides a thorough overview of the various aspects involved in handling dangerous goods, encompassing all stages from recognition to emergency response.
In compliance with legal obligations, it is mandatory for employees responsible for the transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air to receive training that aligns with their specific duties. Our tailored awareness courses ensure participants acquire the necessary knowledge in hazard class theory, packaging guidelines, marking and labeling requirements, documentation procedures, and proper storage practices.
Duration : 4 Hours
Course Outline :
– General Philosophy: Explore the underlying principles and philosophy guiding the safe handling and transportation of dangerous goods.
– Limitations: Understand the limitations and restrictions associated with the carriage of dangerous goods, ensuring compliance with regulations and best practices.
– Classes/Divisions & IMP Codes of Dangerous Goods: Gain knowledge about the various classes and divisions of dangerous goods, along with their corresponding International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Codes.
– Marking & Labeling: Learn the essential requirements for marking and labeling packages containing dangerous goods, facilitating proper identification and handling throughout the transportation process.
– Documentation Requirements: Familiarize yourself with the necessary documentation and paperwork involved in the transportation of dangerous goods, ensuring accurate and compliant record-keeping.
– Storage, Loading & Segregation of Cargo: Discover the guidelines and procedures for safely storing, loading, and segregating dangerous goods to prevent cross-contamination and minimize risks.
– Overview of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Understand the importance of personal protective equipment in handling dangerous goods and gain insight into the appropriate PPE for different scenarios.
– Emergency Procedures and Incident Report: Acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to respond effectively to emergencies involving dangerous goods, and learn the proper protocols for incident reporting to ensure timely and appropriate action.
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