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Oltremare Shipping Services 50 minutes

This training is specifically designed so that the participant can acquire the necessary knowledge and skills relating to the legislation and obligations for companies that carry out shipments, loading, unloading, stowage, packaging and any other activity related to the maritime transport of dangerous goods.

The course aims to provide adequate basic training on the requirements contained in the IMDG Code regarding labelling, the writings to be reported on the packages, the compilation of the Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form, the application of the segregation criteria between the various hazard classes and anything that must be known to make shipments conform to the standard.

During this course, the regulations on the transport of dangerous goods in compliance with the ADR regulations onboard will also be explored and the main innovations implemented by the 40-2020 amendment will be presented.


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Oltremare Shipping Services

Oltremare - Shipping Services is the company owned by Assarmatori National Shipping Association. The company contributes to the development of the professional training of the maritime and administrative staff of the associated shipping companies. Oltremare promotes the job placement of young people in maritime careers, through the development of qualification and specialization courses, work experiences, training and other training measures and active employment policy.

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  2. Price: Certificate issuing cost $49.99.
    Included in business subscription.
  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 50 minutes
  5. Intended for: This course is particularly aimed for seafarers engaged on ships that carry out activity related to the transport of dangerous goods.
  6. Reference: IMDG Code 39-2018 / 40-2020 (in particular chapters 1.3 and 1.4), CGCCP Circular 23/2009 of the Dangerous Goods series of 24 November 2009, IMO recommendations in the more general context of the SOLAS Convention, MARPOL Convention. The contents also comply with the provisions in the context of familiarization "Hazardous cargoes, 49CFR Chapter-I, Subchapter-C".