Transportation of Dangerous Good Training

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Operator Train-the-Trainer

Transportation of Dangerous Good Training (Operator Training)

his course gives participants the required information needed for handling and transporting dangerous goods across Canada

Outlined is the system of dangerous goods labels and placards used when such goods are being moved. This program is very interactive and topics on company specific products are discussed and how best to handle those products. This certification is renewable every three years.

Course Description: 4 Hours (12 Person Maximum)


  • Introduction
  • Clear Language Definitions
  • Act & Regulations
  • Training Requirements
  • Classification & Identification
  • Means of Containment
  • Safety Markings
  • Documentation
  • Exemptions & Special Cases
  • Other Means of Transport
  • Forbidden Goods
  • Emergency Response Plan
  • Reporting and Accidental Releases

Materials Provided:

  • Participant Manual
  • Knowledge Verification Test
  • Employer’s Record of Training
  • Certificate of Completion

Length of practical training can vary depending on the experience level of the individual and the number of lift truck certifications required.
*A wallet card and wall certificate will be issued upon successful completion of this program.

Transportation of Dangerous Good Training (Train-the-Trainer)

Course Overview

This three-day comprehensive course will cover all legislative and compliance requirements to certify participants to certify and authorize on site employees on (name of the equipment they will get trained on).

Course Length: 3 days (Four Person Maximum)

Day One – (Operators Program)

  • Introduction and importance of training
  • Legislation, Standards/Guidelines:
    • New C.S.A. Standard B335-04
    • Ministry of Labor Guidelines
    • OHSA and Regulation 851
  • Due Diligence Bill C-45 update
  • Site specific equipment review, machine dynamics
  • Engineering Principles of Design (Stability)
  • Pre-Operating Inspections
  • Safe Operating Procedures/Pre-Employment screening practices
  • Pedestrian/Worker Safety
  • Maintenance
  • Hazard Identification, positioning, and control techniques
  • Operators Theory Test
  • Observe Practical testing with Instructor

Day Two

  • Initial Presentation for Students
  • Adult Teaching Techniques
  • Andragogy versus Pedagogy
  • Training Aids (How/When to use)
  • Effective Communication Techniques
  • Use of Operator Manuals/Tests, site specific course development
  • The Art of Asking Questions

Day Three

  • Final Theory Presentations
  • Lesson Plans
  • Program Review (Q&A)
  • Written Exam
  • Setting Up an Effective and Compliant Course Program
  • Practical Evaluation Process
  • Practical Presentations
  • Summary

**Courses scheduled monthly at our training centers**
**Can also be conducted at your location around your schedule**
**Call for available dates**

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