IMDG CODE ONLINE VIRTUAL FACE TO FACE

Delivered Virtually online over Three Days for People that have had no prior training or two days as a Refresher for Valid Certificate Holders (Refresher cost is R7800.00) – Amendment 41:22 effective 01 January 2024

Upcoming Dates for 2024

APRIL – 23-25 INITIAL TRAINING FOR NEWBIES

APRIL -24-25 REFRESHER FOR CERTIFICATE HOLDERS

MAY -28-30 INITIAL TRAINING FOR NEWBIES

MAY-29-30 REFRESHER FOR CERTIFICATE HOLDERS

JUNE -18-20 INITIAL TRAINING FOR NEWBIES

JUNE-19-20 REFRESHER FOR CERTIFICATE HOLDERS

Please note: This course may be offered as an in-house option at your company if you have six or more delegates attending on the same day.

With the IMO Marine Notice No.28 of 2009, IMDG Code 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 Freight Forwarder/ Consignors, Ships operators , Ships Loaders, Cargo Packers, Cargo Handlers, Compliancy officers receive a function Specific Training, All other shore based personal without direct contact to DG require the Mandatory general Awareness Training. This Training covers Amendments 41-22

REQUIREMENT: Laptop or PC with a WEBCAM and a Microphone

 

Function Specific Training including the Mandatory General Awareness Training

  • 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

 

Is this Course For You ?

This IMDG Code Training  is a great choice for you if you:

  • Pack dangerous goods 
  • Mark, labels or placards goods 
  • Load/unload Cargo Transport Units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods 
  • Offer dangerous goods for transport 
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport 
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport 
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage 
  • Plan Loads/unloads dangerous goods into/from ships  
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport 
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations

 

Potential Career Path:

  • Freight Forwarding Agent
  • Customs Clearing Agent
  • Forwarding Clerk
  • Sole Agent
  • Free Agent
  • Cargo Handler
  • Cargo Packer
  • Customs official

 

Below is a summary of the 41:22 Amendments

1. The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code is regularly reviewed to take into account new requirements for existing substances or new substances. IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee adopted Resolution MSC.501 (105) specifying forthcoming amendments (41-22) to the IMDG Code.

2. The amendments (41-22) to IMDG Code will become mandatory from 1 January 2024, however Administrations may choose to apply the amendments on a voluntary basis from 1 January 2023.

3. The amendments (41-22) to IMDG Code is intended to align with the amendments to the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, 21st Revision Edition. In addition to the regular updates to classification, segregation, packing and marking of dangerous goods, these amendments include the following:

a. Clarification on 5.1.2.1 with regard to the fact that Class 7 goods may need to be marked with different label in addition to ‘OVERPACK’;
b. New definition for “pressure receptacle shell” in 1.2.1 of the IMDG Code;
c. The addition of a telephone number to the Lithium battery mark;
d. A new chapter regarding ‘Portable tanks with shells made of fibre-reinforced plastics (FRP) materials;
e. Deletion of ‘special stowage’ from note 1 in 7.2.7.1.4 as it is no longer applicable.

4. Further, based on the amendments (41-22) to the IMDG Code, a revised consolidated version of the EmS Guide was approved vide MSC.1/Circ.1588/Rev.2.

5. The purpose of this Guide is to provide guidance for dealing with fires and spillages (leakages) on board ships involving the dangerous goods listed in the IMDG Code. This Circular supersedes MSC.1/ Circ. 1588, Rev 1.

6. Owners and operators of ships intending to carry packaged dangerous goods cargoes are advised to be guided by above.

This course is applicable to being delivered in house at your company premises, please contact us for a separate quotation.

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