Transport Canada has introduced an amendment creating an entirely new part with a requirement for participants in the transportation of dangerous goods. Those who handle, offer for transport, transport, or i...Read more
Crashes involving hazardous materials being moved by truck are increasing. And that is bad news for hazmat responders. A recent report by CBS News examined data on the number of roadway crashes over the past...Read more
A recent toxic train derailment is putting the spotlight on rail safety in Canadian towns and cities where shipments of dangerous goods roll on a regular basis. The window [is] still open for a Lac-Megantic ...Read more
The regulatory amendments provide a 3-year transition period, ending on December 14, 2025. The 3-year transition period gives suppliers, employers, and workers time to adjust to the WHMIS changes and helps e...Read more
As the quiet whirr of electric vehicles gradually replaces the revs and noxious fumes of internal combustion engines, a number of changes are set to filter through our familiar world. The overpowering smell ...Read more
Below please find the proposed changes. We do not believe this is an all-inclusive list and expect these changes to come into force sometime in late 2022 or early 2023: Highlights of the proposed amendments:...Read more
When it comes to the responsibility to comply with any regulation, appropriate training is key to providing not only awareness of the regulations, but also, for enabling competence when performing one’s spec...Read more
TRANSPORTING LITHIUM BATTERIES – DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO? Lithium Batteries are fully regulated Dangerous Good and must follow the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations for all shipments by Air, Grou...Read more
Amending the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (Part 6 — Training) The objectives of the proposed amendments are to (i) ensure greater clarity and certainty about training requirements for pers...Read more
Proper training ensures that dangerous goods are handled, stored, and transported safely, minimizing the risk of accidents, injuries, and environmental damage.
It is recommended to renew your training every 2-3 years, but specific regulations might dictate different intervals. Always refer to local and international regulations.
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Non-compliance can result in penalties, fines, and legal actions. More importantly, it can lead to accidents, putting lives and the environment at risk.
Some regulations allow for exemptions when transporting limited quantities or for specific types of goods. However, it's crucial to be familiar with local and international regulations to ensure compliance.