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stakeholders must address any existing gaps with TDG Regulations before January 31, 2021

January 25, 2021

stakeholders must address any existing gaps with TDG Regulations before January 31, 2021

To ensure compliance with the TDG Regulations, stakeholders must address any existing gaps with TDG Regulations before January 31, 2021. This may include:

  • ensuring that all employees are trained as per the TDG Regulations and hold a valid training certificate
  • ensuring that all MOCs used to transport dangerous goods have been tested and inspected in accordance with relevant standards and display current and valid inspection and test markings





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