IMDG Code training
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About the Awareness course
Personnel engaged in the transport of dangerous goods intended to be transported by sea shall be trained in the contents of dangerous goods provisions commensurate with their responsibilities. Employees shall be trained in accordance with the provisions of 1.3.1 before assuming responsibilities. According to the IMDG Code personnel must at least have an IMDG Awareness Course certificate.
Packer / Cargo Handler course
Personnel engaged in the packing of dangerous goods intended to be transported by sea shall be trained in the contents of dangerous goods provisions commensurate with their responsibilities. The IMDG Code Packer/Cargo Handler course is for those who require IMDG training for packing dangerous goods and/or are involved in cargo handling, loading and / or unloading cargo transport units….
Consignor / Freight Forwarder
Personnel engaged in the freight forwarding / Consigning of dangerous goods intended to be transported by sea shall be trained in the contents of dangerous goods provisions commensurate with their responsibilities. The IMDG Code Consignor / Freight forwarder course is for those who require IMDG training for freight forwarding dangerous goods.
Looking for an IMDG Code Awareness course
Welcome to our comprehensive guide on IMDG Code Awareness, where we will provide you with all the necessary information you need to know about the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code. Our aim is to help you understand the importance of IMDG code...
Shipping dangerous goods by sea with the IMDG Code: What Is It?
Shipping dangerous goods by sea is a significant process for both freight and consumers. In order to ensure the safe passage of dangerous goods, the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code was established. This code is divided into 4 parts, including the IMDG...
Dangerous Goods at Sea
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Consequences of overloading of dangerous goods containers
Overloading of CTU's is especially with dangerous goods risky. In this article we focus on the hazards. 1. Occupational safety hazards caused by overweight CTUs in a multimodal transport chaininclude hazards: . - to ship and shoreside handlers in the event of...
ZIM Kingston Cargo Fire Stabilized
A fire which broke out aboard the Zim Kingston was caused by a container collapse that damaged boxes containing dangerous cargo. A spokesman of the Greek owner: 'Late at night on Friday around midnight local time, the Zim Kingston was in the Strait of Juan de Fuca...
New maritime rules from China warranting vessels carrying radioactive materials, bulk oil, chemicals.
In a bid to regulate foreign ships, China this week notified new maritime rules warranting vessels carrying radioactive materials, bulk oil, chemicals to report the details of the cargos upon their entry into Chinese waters. The new rules are expected to increase...
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