- Duration in hours: 2 x 4h
- Module level: Foundation
Overview: On top of the regular Risks associated to transporting goods, the carriage of dangerous products adds specific hazards such as spillage, fire, explosion, chemical burn or environmental damage.
This is the reason why specific regulations have been issued for these dangerous products, for each mode of transportation.
The Upstream Industry transports many products classified as dangerous: Chemicals, gas, explosives...
All modes of transport contribute to supplying these products to the Sites, sometimes in very remote and isolated areas.
Audience: Any actor of the Supply Chain who may be required to transport Dangerous Goods: From their points of Origin (international Transit) to their final point of destination (on Site).
Deliverables: Upon completion of this module, Trainees will be fully aware of international regulations concerning the Dangerous Goods transportation and will be able to organize the transportation of Dangerous Goods from their country of origin to a remote Site.
Dangerous Goods International Regulations: International Regulations by Road – Railway – Inland Waterways – Open Sea - Air
Dangerous Goods Classification & Identification: Dangerous Goods List – Products Classes & identification
Dangerous Goods Packing, Marking & Labelling: Dangerous Goods Packing - Marking and Labelling
Dangerous Goods Documentation: MSDS – Transport documentation