The leader in Atlantic Canada for the training of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations for Air, Ground, and Marine including Radioactive and Infectious Substances.

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Our Air course covers all aspects of Shipping Dangerous goods in compliance with the latest IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Our Marine covers all aspects of Shipping Dangerous goods in compliance with the latest IMDG Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Our Ground (Road) course covers all aspects of Shipping Dangerous goods in compliance with the latest TDG Dangerous Goods Regulations.

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Transport of Dangerous Goods by Ground

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Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air

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Regulations Amending the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (Marine Provisions)

- TDG Regulations are now required if dangerous goods are transported between two points in Canada on a voyage during which the vessel is always within 120 nautical miles (222 km) from shore.  IMDG is required if the vessel goes more than 120 nautical miles (222 km) from shore.

Notification of standard update –  Significant changes from CAN/CGSB-43.125-1999 to CAN/CGSB-43.125-2016

Packaging of Category A and Category B infectious substances (Class 6.2) and clinical, (bio) medical or regulated medical waste

List of adopted amendments to the TDG Clear Language Regulations - Transport Canada's website

TDG Safety Awareness Materials

2018 TDG Amendments (External links - Transport Canada)

Dangerous Goods News

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August  15,  2018

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