1.866.271.GEMC (4362)

info@gemc.ca

Do you deal with Dangerous Goods Shipping, Packaging, or Handling and not know where to start? We can help you get set up with an aduit, training or a simple chat to help you move forward. Contact us for a Consult today!

1.866.271.GEMC (4362)

info@gemc.ca

Do you deal with Dangerous Goods Shipping, Packaging, or Handling and not know where to start? We can help you get set up with an aduit, training or a simple chat to help you move forward. Contact us for a Consult today!

Testimonials

  • The course had a lot of information to absorb. We definitely feel we are in a better position to execute a compliant DG program. Any DG program will always be a work in progress due to the amount of information to work through and due to the amount of changes that occur. We have taken information courses in the past on DG which were not helpful because they just provided the information without explanation. We felt this training course taught us how to look for the right answers when we have a question as well as understanding the specifics for shipping Lithium Ion products.

    Stryker Canada

  •  Patrick was extremely knowledgable and supportive to guide experienced and new trainees.  Great course, very clear and perfect amount of repition for important material.

    Vallen

  • GEMC was very knowledgeable on the subject matter with very relevant examples to our industry.

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Supplier Responsibilities with A Hazardous Substance Assessment
Supplier Responsibilities with A Hazardous Substance Assessment

by Alyssa Williamson March 05, 2021

While the classification information included in the Hazardous Substance Assessments can serve as a guide for classifying a product, suppliers must classify their products in accordance with the HPR, based on established scientific principles, and supported by studies and scientific data at their disposal, whether publicly available or proprietary. Hazardous Substance Assessments are based solely on publicly available information and may not be completely up to date.

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What are Dangerous Goods?
What are Dangerous Goods?

by Alyssa Williamson February 18, 2021

A product is considered to be a dangerous good when one of the following conditions is met:

It’s listed in Schedule 1 or Schedule 3 of the TDG Regulations, or

If it is not listed in Schedule 1 or 3, it meets one or more of the classification criteria in Part 2 of the TDG Regulations.

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