3 DAY IMDG Code Training Amendments 38-16 Dangerous Goods Training
Cape Town – 22- 24 February 2017
Johannesburg 6-8 March 2017
Durban 13-15 March 2017
Is this Course For You ?
With the SAMSA Marine Notice No.28 of 2009, IMDG Code dangerous goods training became mandatory for all Shore Based Personnel that come into contact or move dangerous goods, including personnel handling classification and documentation.
Without a proper knowledge of chemicals and material hazards, the import and export of cargo becomes risky and lethally dangerous. It is of utmost importance that clearing and forwarding agents, shipping agents, clerks, buyers and sellers and all staff that are in contact with Dangerous Goods are aware of the hazards of their chosen cargo no matter how benign their cargo may seem to them.
What will you Learn ?
• An introduction to the IMDG Code
• An overview of the IMDG Code general provisions
• In-depth training on dangerous goods classification and identification provisions
• In-depth training on packing requirements
• In-depth training on package marking and labelling requirements
• In-depth training on CTU marking and placarding requirements
• In-depth training on documentation requirements and completion requirements
• In-depth training on stowage requirements
• In-depth training on segregation requirements within a CTU
• In-depth training on the segregation requirements for CTUs containing dangerous goods when loaded on vessels
• In-depth training on the requirements for limited quantities and excepted quantities shipments
• Training on the use of CTUs
• Training on incident and fire prevention and emergency response procedures in a port and on board a ship
• Training on the International Convention for Safe Containers
• Training on dangerous goods in port areas
Below is a summary of the 38-16 Amendments
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