Provide dangerous goods training online

as required by chapter 1.3 ADR/RID/ADN/IMDG Code

Anyone who professionally handles dangerous goods or is involved in their carriage and transportation must regularly provide proof of dangerous goods training. It takes a lot of time to set up, schedule and teach face-to-face classes. Depending on your job, it may even significantly affect your own workflows. The alternative: our e-learning course.

The electronic study modules can be completed on any computer with internet access. Decide for yourself when, where and how long you want to work on a module at a stretch!

Any student who completes all the chapters of this remote learning course and passes the test will receive a certificate of completion that will have to be renewed at least every two years.

  • Maximum flexibility for training (including location, time, duration)
  • Training is divided into multiple small learning modules that can be completed quickly
  • Lessons can be interrupted at any time and continued later
  • Certificates of completion can be retrieved and managed electronically
  • Content is regularly updated in response to rule changes
  • General laws and regulations (German Dangerous Goods Transportation Act [GGBefG], German Regulation on the Carriage of Goods by Road, Rail and Inland Waterway [GGVSEB], ADR)
  • General hazard characteristics/ hazard classes
  • Documentation/ shipping documents
  • Vehicle and transportation types
  • Containers (packagings and tanks)
  • Marking, labeling and orange plates and placards
  • Carrying out the transport (loading, unloading, etc.), equipment
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • What to do after accidents/incidents

All employees who are involved in handling dangerous goods or are expected to do work involving dangerous goods in the future.

  • Duration: Individual learning speed
  • Cost: Upon request
  • Diploma: Certificate of completion

Also see our flyer (German only)

Specific content for dangerous goods training – our special modules

ADR/RID transportation modes

  • Handling lithium-ion batteries (special regulations, packaging instructions, shipping papers)
  • Handling laboratory chemicals (including LQs)
  • Consignors and packers or shippers of general cargo (no tanks)
  • Industrial railway (focusing on tanks and tank marking)

Container handling (for trimodal ports, etc.)

  • Part 1 – Identifying hazard classes
  • Part 2 – Inspecting vehicles, securing loads
  • Part 3 – Marking containers in accordance with ADR and IMDG Code

Maritime and inland waterway

  • Maritime (IMDG Code): Loading and unloading tanks and handling general cargo for maritime transportation (with segregation)
  • Inland waterway (ADN): Loading and unloading inland vessels

Your contact

Sven Frerick

Vice President Marketing & Sales

+49 69 305-44010
+49 69 305-80164
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