Training Courses

Dangerous Goods
Regulation Training Course

Dangerous and hazardous goods pose serious risk to health and safety of workers, workplaces, transport carrier, properties and the environment. Each hazard comes with its own side effects and consequences when they manifest.
While it is true that the dangerous goods accidents are rare, but it went it happens the consequences can be catastrophic and destroy the business completely at times. OHSAS and now ISO45001 requires organization to take cognisance of these hazards and devise suitable means to mitigate the risk. The most strategy is training in handling and management of such material. On the other hand, UN’s UNECE has created a model mechanism to ensure safe transportation of dangerous goods across international borders. The basic premise is that dangerous and hazardous goods can be safely transported if they are correctly identified and classified for their hazards, they are packed properly, the package containing them are marked and labelled appropriately so everyone knows the hazard contained therein and the shipper documents the action taken to establish the correctness of the procedure.
Based on this model recommendation, the individual modal global authorities such as International Maritime Organization (IMO) and International Civil Aviation organization (ICAO) has formulated the International modal regulation called IMDG code and ICAO technical instructions which mandates that shippers and their agents must be suitably trained in these Regulation before they start shipping dangerous goods.
Based on this Regulatory requirement, DGM India Academy offers two flagship training programmes on Dangerous Goods Regulations

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations for transport by air freight

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations for transport by air freight (Initial course of 6 days and Recurrent course of 3 days) for shippers, their agents and airlines staff involved in the transportation of dangerous goods by air. This course is offered under the mandate of IATA’s Authorized Training School and is also approved by Director General of Civil Aviation.

IMDG code for Transport by Ocean freight

IMDG code for Transport by Ocean freight for personnel based onshore and involved in the logistics of Dangerous goods transport (Initial 3.5 days course and Recurrent 2 days).

Training Schedule for July - September 2022

Course Name
From
To
Category
Mode
Location
IATA DGR Initial
25th July 22
30th July 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Mumabi
IATA DGR Initial
01st Aug 22
06th Aug 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Ahmedabad
IATA DGR Recurrent
04th Aug 22
06th Aug 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Mumbai
IATA DGR Recurrent
17th Aug 22
19th Aug 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Delhi
IATA DGR Initial
22nd Aug 22
27th Aug 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Mumbai
IATA DGR Initial
05th Sep 22
05th Sep 22
10
Physical Classroom
Mumbai
IATA DGR Initial
12th Sep 22
17th Sep 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Mumbai
IATA DGR Initia
19th Sep 22
24th Sep 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Delhi
IATA DGR Recurrent
27th Sep 22
29th Sep 22
1/3/6
Physical Classroom
Mumbai
Course Name
From
To
Category
Location
DGR Recurrent
27th Jan 22
29th Jan 22
1/3/6
Mumbai
DGR Initial
31st Jan 22
5th Feb 22
1/3/6
Mumbai
DGR
7th Feb 22
11th Feb 22
9 & 8
Delhi
DGR Initial
14th Feb 22
19th Feb 22
1/3/6
Ahmedabad
DGR
14th Feb 22
18th Feb 22
9 & 8
Delhi
DGR Initial
21st Feb 22
26th Feb 22
1/3/6
Delhi
DGR Recurrent
2nd March 22
4th March 22
1/3/6
Delhi/Mumbai
DGR Initial
7th March 22
12th March 22
1/3/6
Mumbai
DGR Initial
21st March 22
26th March 22
1/3/6
Delhi
Both the programmes covers almost all the aspect of the Regulation from how to classify and identify dangerous goods to its packing, hazard communication and document.

The training helps clarify who is responsible for the safe handling and shipping of these goods and what the liability of the company is and the liability is to each person who has an obligation to ensure that these materials or products are processed in accordance with the Regulation. Training makes them aware of their obligations and of the penalties for failing to take those obligations seriously which enable employees and managers alike to be more of aware of the risks associated with this type of work and hopefully make them more likely to follow all safety procedures to the letter.

Dangerous goods training may be required by law but its true purpose is to provide you and your company with the valuable information you and employees need to run a safer and compliant business which in turn makes it more profitable.

DGM group is a world leader imparting Dangerous goods Regulation training.

DGM can also customise programmes to meet the specific needs of our customers.

Our Clients

Our satisfied customers include the spectrum of chemical and logistics industry.

DuPont
DU PONT
UPL
UPL
Suez
SUEZ
Praxiar
PRAXAIR
LanXess
LANXESS
John-Deere
John Deere
IPCA
IPCA
Intas
INTAS
GE-Power
GE Power
BASF
BASF
Color-tech
Color Tech
Atul
ATUL
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