Hazmat/Dangerous Goods Training Regulations & Requirements

Currie Associates provides in-house hazardous materials & dangerous goods training courses and auditing services for many small and large multinational companies as well as some of the world’s largest transportation companies, covering topics such as 49 CFR, ADR, IATA / ICAO, IMDG, Transportation of Batteries, Blocking & Bracing and Cargo Securement and Multimodal courses.

Click below to review the following training requirements:

49 CFR Training Requirements

IATA 65 – Training Requirements

IMDG Code Amendment 41-22 Training Requirements

ADR 2023 Training Requirements (book page 39, online page 59)

TDGR Transport Canada Training Requirements

Currie Associates hazardous materials/dangerous goods consulting and training classes have consistently been rated the best hazmat/dangerous goods training in the industry for more than two decades. Contact us today for more details on our seminars or a personal proposal.

Who Needs to be Trained?

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), International Maritime Organization (IMO), the European Union, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and other regulatory bodies require that all dangerous goods employees receive training. Anyone involved in the preparation or transport of dangerous goods in your company is required to be trained.

These functions include, but are not limited to:

  • Managers
  • Classifying products or materials
  • Packing
  • Marking, labeling, or placarding
  • Loading/unloading cargo
  • Preparing, validating, or signing transport documents
  • Offering materials for transport
  • Accepting or receiving materials
  • Handling in transport
  • Preparing or loading
  • Transporting or carrying

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