AVELING’s Maritime Dangerous Goods Courses are developed by Exis Technologies, in collaboration with the International Maritime Organization, and are approved by AMSA.
This course is aimed at personnel responsible for and/or directly involved in ship loading/unloading operations, under IMDG Code 220.127.116.11.2. It will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to fulfil the obligations outlined under the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code.
This course is compliant to Amendment 40-20 of the IMDG Code, which is mandatory from 1 June 2022 but may be applied by Administrations in whole or in part on a voluntary basis from 1 January 2021.
This course provides:
- An introduction to the IMDG Code
- An overview of the IMDG Code general provisions
- An overview of dangerous goods classification and identification provisions
- An overview of packing requirements
- An overview on package marking and labelling requirements
- In-depth training on CTU marking and placarding requirements
- An overview of documentation 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
- An overview of the requirements for limited quantities and excepted quantities shipments
- Training on incident and fire prevention in port and onboard ship
- An overview of additional provisions concerning transport including emergency response provisions
$250 (incl. GST)
Personnel responsible for and/or directly involved in ship loading/unloading operations, under IMDG Code 18.104.22.168.2.
On successful completion of an assessment and obtaining a score of 75% or more, a Certificate of Course Completion will be issued, which can be printed. If requested, participants may be required to provide this certificate to their manager, supervisor or employer.