Petra Institute

Transport Of Dangerous Goods By Sea

Pre-requisite: 
  • Shippers, cargo agents, consolidators, freight forwarders and other agencies involved in the transport of dangerous goods.
  • Basic Math Skills.
  • Secondary / High School Leaving Certificate / College Diploma /University Degree.
  • Good English Skills.
Course Language: 
Arabic
English
Course Examination Language: 
English
Course Duration: 
3 Days / 8 Hours Per Day Including 1 Coffee Break.
Course Delivery Methodology: 
Class Room With Educator Lead Education & Training.
Note: 

Tailor-Made courses & In-House Training are also available. Above Schedule Dates , Days & Timings & Subject To Change according to number of Students & Trainees Registered. IATA Exams are Scheduled 4 Times a year in Amman Jordan. For more details, Please contact our Marketing & Sales Team at : Tel: +962 -6- 5676977/88 or info@petrainstitute.com

  • Course Overview
    • IMDG Code
      • Key definitions, structure, application, terminology
    • Regulatory applicability and international conventions
      • IMO/ IMDG background and jurisdiction
      • International agreements and conventions
    • Classification and identification
      • IMDG Code class hazard definitions and basic terms
      • Use of the IMDG Code Dangerous Goods List
      • Limited and excepted quantity provisions
    • Packaging
      • Use of the IMDG Code packing instructions
      • General and specific packaging requirements and limitations for all
    • types of packaging
      • Selection of correct packaging for transport by sea
    • Marking, labelling, and placards
      • Consignment procedures
      • Placarding requirements of cargo transport units
      • How to complete the multimodal Dangerous Goods form
    • Vessels, CTUs Consignments
      • segregation and stowage
  • Course Highlights
    • IMDG Code
      • Key definitions, structure, application, terminology
    • Regulatory applicability and international conventions
      • IMO/ IMDG background and jurisdiction
      • International agreements and conventions
    • Classification and identification
      • IMDG Code class hazard definitions and basic terms
      • Use of the IMDG Code Dangerous Goods List
      • Limited and excepted quantity provisions
    • Packaging
      • Use of the IMDG Code packing instructions
      • General and specific packaging requirements and limitations for all
    • types of packaging
      • Selection of correct packaging for transport by sea
    • Marking, labelling, and placards
      • Consignment procedures
      • Placarding requirements of cargo transport units
      • How to complete the multimodal Dangerous Goods form
    • Vessels, CTUs Consignments
      • segregation and stowage
  • Course Schedule

    For more details about course schedule,Please contact our Marketing & Sales Team at : Tel: +962 -6- 5676977/88 or info@petrainstitute.com

  • Accreditation & Certification
    • Jordan Ministry Of Education.
    • Petra Travel & Tourism Institute.