IMDG Code | Online (live) marine training

Basic training to guarantee the safety of dangerous goods carried by sea in packages

IMGD Code Training Course

The carriage of dangerous goods in packaged form shall comply with the relevant provisions of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code which is considered an extension to the provisions of SOLAS chapter VII. Enroll to this course and acquire a summary of the IMDG Code and the basic training regarding all problems related to the safety of dangerous goods carried by sea in packages.

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Duration: 1 day 

Price: EUR 300,00 (plus VAT) per attendee.

- To acquire basic training regarding all problems related to the safety of dangerous goods carried by sea in packages (including  amendments  34-08  of  the  IMDG  Code). 

- To  be  in  compliance  with  the  legislation  regarding  updating  requirements for training of personnel operating in companies connected with the transport of dangerous goods.

During the one day course and following a summary of the IMDG Code, a description will be given of the classificationof  dangerous  goods,  packaging,  marking  and  labeling,  stowage,  segregation,  emergency  procedures,  first  aid  measures,  safe  handling  procedures,  documentation,  local  port  rules  and  national  transport  regulations,  guides  and  other international rules.

The list of contents is the following:

- Introduction to the carriage of dangerous goods by sea

- The classification of dangerous goods

- List of dangerous goods, limited quantities and excepted quantities

- Requirements for packagings and containers for dangerous goods

- Consignment procedures and transport documents

- Local provisions and requirements

- Stowage and securing

- Segregation

- Procedures for emergency interventions and medical first aid guidelines

- Handling and movement of dangerous goods in port areas

All operators and personnel of the maritime sector involved in the various phases of transport of dangerous goods by sea: shipping agents, shipping agencies, shipping companies, terminals and port companies, control bodies, etc.All  those  who  already  have  a  certificate  for  the  safety  of  dangerous  goods  and  wish  to  upgrade  their  professional  knowledge in relation to the requirements contained in the new legislation.
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