Dangerous Goods Training
Acquiring general knowledge about shipments of “packed dangerous cargo” and the use/structure of the IMDG Code - including classification, packing, securing, segregation, documentation, marking, labelling, stowage, risks and EMY management - being able to “audit” a dangerous cargo shipment.
The courses equip student with information so that they:
Are aware of the hazards arising in the carriage of dangerous goods
Are aware of dangerous goods legislation
Can take steps to reduce the likelihood of an incident taking place
Can take all necessary measures for their own safety and that of the public and the environment
Can limit the effects of any incident that does occur
Have an understanding of the actions to take in the event of an incident
Memorandum of Understanding for the Transport of Packaged Dangerous Goods on Ro-Ro Ships in the Baltic Sea
Consignors and shipowners shall ensure that the persons involved in the transport of CTUs under the provisions of this MoU are made familiar, through repeated training, with the application of this MoU including the relevant provisions of ADR/RID commensurate with their responsibilities. Records of the training shall be kept by consignors and shipowners and made available to the employee or competent authority upon request.