ADR

What is the difference between initial and recurrent training?

We do not differentiate between the two. Our training meets the requirements for initial and we provide the same training for refresher. 
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If the person I train leaves our company, does the certification stay with the company?

The certification belongs to the person who completed the training, not to the company. 
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Do you receive a certificate after the training is complete?

YES! With our online computer based training, you will be able to download the certificate upon successfully completing the final test. With our webinars and onsite training, we will issue a certificate once the training and testing has been completed. 
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What courses do I need to Hazmats ship via fedex, UPS or DHL?

Our courses cover the training you need to ship hazmats by Fedex, UPS, DHL and so on. DOT is for US ground shipments. IATA is for air shipments. IMDG is for vessel shipments. TDG is for Canadian ground shipments. ADR is for Europeon ground shipments. 
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ADR

The European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by road, or ADR for short, is a 1957 United Nations treaty that governs transnational transport of dangerous or hazardous goods.

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IMDG & ADR Lithium Battery Training

This training presents the provisions for preparing lithium cells and batteries for transport according to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code. The provisions for the European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road ( ADR) closely mirror the IMDG Code for transporting lithium batteries and is also provided in this training. The training is designed specifically for the transport of lithium battery and is meant as a supplement to IMDG and ADR certification training.

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Can a limited quantity of a hazardous material be shipped in a single package?

No, Limited quantities must be shipped in a combination package. View more about our Training Today!
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Can every hazardous material be shipped using the limited quantity exception?

No, It will depend on the material and if it is not forbidden for shipment by limited quantity. View more about our Training Today!
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How do you properly label an overpack to meet regulations?

Any markings and labels contained on the specification packagings on the inside of the overpack must be transposed to the outside of the overpack. Learn more about our Hazmat & Dangerous Goods Training!
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What is an overpack?

An overpack, as defined in the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations is an enclosure used by a single shipper to contain one or more packages and to form one handling unit for convenience of handling and stowage.  Learn more about our Hazmat & Dangerous Goods Training!
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