We proudly offer workplace approved Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) training as an on-line course. No Refunds for online courses. Learn the requirements and how to properly transport dangerous materials throughout Canada. This course is provided through St, Mark James Training and is one of the most popular TDG programs available in Canada. Certification is provided immediately upon successful completion of the program and does not expire (your workplace may require you to re-take the course annually).
This course is self paced and you will receive login and password information immediately upon purchase of the course. This course requires approximately 3 hours to complete. Participants can start, stop and continue the course whenever they wish.
This course has 9 lectures / modules that require approximately 25 minutes to complete. Prior to moving to the next lecture participants will have to successfully complete a quiz with a minimum score of 75%.
This course costs 29.99 for single purchases. Group and large purchase prices are available at competitive rates. Please contact 587-774-5317 for group purchases or registration inquiries.
Click on Unit 1 – Introduction to TDG to begin your TDG online course
This unit teaches participants a brief introduction to transportation of dangerous goods (TDG). Topics include who it applies to, definitions & regulations
Unit 2 discusses compliance and outlines the training requirements set out in the TDG Act and regulations.
Upon completion of unit 3, participants will be able to: Recognize the classification of dangerous goods that are dealt with in Part 2 of the TDG regulations Explain how the different transportation methods can affect these classifications Understand what to do in response to classification errors Know the types of information found in each of […]
Unit 4 examines the safety marks used with dangerous goods. Upon completion of unit 4, participants will be able to: Recognize and interpret the safety marks used to identify each class (and division) of dangerous goods, and signs (elevated temperature, fumigation, and marine pollutant) Understand the meaning of packaging type and construction codes; Know […]
Unit 5 identifies the possible “means of containment” for transporting dangerous goods, and describes the procedure used in the selection and safety marking of a means of containment. Upon Completion of Unit 5 Participants Will be Able to: Recognize that the standards for “means of containment” may be specific to a class of dangerous goods, […]
This unit focuses on shipping documents. Upon completion of unit 6, participants will be able to: Identify the types of information found on a shipping document and the order in which that information appears Explain the TDG regulations dealing with the completion, possession, and transfer of a shipping document from one party to another Know […]
Unit 7 focuses on forbidden goods and special provisions in TDG regulations.
Unit 8 focuses on further exemptions, and highlights the transportation within a facility exemption and the transportation between two properties exemption in particular. Upon completion of unit 8, participants will be able to: Understand the requirements of the Transportation Within a Facility Exemption, and Transportation Between Two Properties Exemption Know the circumstances in which exemptions […]
Unit 9 focuses on accidental releases of dangerous goods