Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Explain the purpose of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act
Identify when a material is considered hazardous
Identify the job functions of the regulations
Understand and identify the 9 classes of dangerous goods and their associated hazards
Explain the purpose of markings and labels and describe who uses them and their proper placement on a package
Describe basic placarding requirements
Describe how to select, load and secure and fill means of containment
Identify the information on the Shipping Document
List Emergency Response Assistance Plan (ERAP) requirements
Define what constitutes an accidental release and explain reporting requirements
In this lesson, you will learn about the transportation of dangerous goods. You will learn about the regulations that govern such transportation, how and why certain materials are classified as hazardous, how to properly contain, mark, load and secure hazardous materials; how to document proper shipping information for hazardous materials, and how to identify and report an accidental release.
Classes and Divisions of Dangerous Goods
Marking and Labeling
Means of Containment and Shipping
Accidental Release and Emergency Response
Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992
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