The storage, handling and transport of all nine classes of dangerous good. Learn how to safely manage the handling, storage and transport of dangerous goods through rail, road, air and sea.

The quantity of dangerous goods being stored, handled and transported across the country continues to increase as industrial activity in Canada remains strong despite the dropping oil prices.
With increased activity comes increased safety risk and continued dangerous goods accidents. The goal of this conference is to provide participants with hard-hitting and useful information which they can apply directly in their workplaces. Dangerous goods professionals need to be well equipped with the latest information to make the best decision when they are faced with a dangerous goods incident.
Many dangerous goods incidents are caused by human error followed by mechanical or design failure and they can result in the loss of product, damage to equipment ,minor to serious injuries, and
in extreme cases fatalities. This event will provide practices and strategies to prevent accidents and reduce the overall number of incidents. Protecting public safety through effective dangerous goods classification, emergency response and means of containment will also be explored.

Link to online brochure – http://www.idc-online.com/conferences/2ndDangerousGoodsConferenceCanadaBrochure.pdf

 

Link to online registration – http://www.idc-online.com/content/2nd-dangerous-goods-conference-ontario-canada

 

April 27th, 2017 8:00 AM   through   5:00 PM
Mississauga, ON
Canada