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TDG Lithium Batteries Ground Online Training

Course by: Danatec Educational Services

SKU: TDG914800

Price $50.95 CAD $50.95 CAD
# Seats
# Seats Discount Price
25 - 49 5.0% off $48.40
50 - 99 7.0% off $47.38
100 - 199 10.0% off $45.86
200 + 15.0% off $43.31

With the increasing presence of rechargeable electronic devices, lithium batteries have become ubiquitous, since they are frequently the power sources for these devices. That means they are being repeatedly packaged, shipped by ground transport, and stored in increasing quantities. While most lithium batteries are safe when properly packaged and shipped, they can present fire hazards. Apart from the fire hazard posed by Lithium batteries, damaged lithium batteries can also produce toxic and irritating fumes. Many people do not realize that lithium batteries are considered Dangerous Goods and must be handled in compliance with Transport Canada Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) regulations.

The goals of this eLearning are to:

Raise awareness of the hazards involved in packaging, shipping, and storing lithium batteries

Provide learners with the information they need to package, ship, and store lithium batteries safely and in compliance with Transport Canada TDG regulations

This course is intended for anyone who handles lithium batteries in quantities that require compliance with ground TDG regulations. Learners are required to complete Danatec’s TDG Online Training course prior to beginning TDG Lithium Batteries Ground.

After completing this course, the learner will be able to:

Distinguish among various types and quantities of lithium batteries

Assess and mitigate the hazards of packaging, shipping, and storing various types and quantities of lithium batteries

Apply the correct UN number, name, hazard class, and packing group for each type of lithium battery

Recognize and apply the regulations comprising Special Provisions and/or Exemptions

Choose appropriate reference documentation and find required information