Get ready for a busy spring by registering your staff for the “Anhydrous Ammonia: Retailer Safe Handling and TDG Certification” course. This valuable training ensures employees who handle anhydrous ammonia are trained in its safe handling and certified to do so. Read more to learn about CAAR's online and in-person training opportunities for this course. 

Upon successful completion of the course, trainees will receive a TDG (Transportation of Dangerous Goods) certificate, valid for three years, confirming they are qualified to transport and handle anhydrous ammonia.

“Anhydrous Ammonia: Retailer Safe Handling and TDG Certification,” sponsored by CF Industries, covers all aspects of handling and safety in a retail or distribution centre setting. Topics include chemical properties and characteristics of anhydrous ammonia, site safety and security, transferring procedures and emergency response.

On-Site Training

The course is offered online and through in-person training, based on demand. CAAR is able to provide retailers with tailored, on-site training at your company's location(s). CAAR requires at least 30 days notice to arrange on-site training.

Retailers who are interested in hosting an interactive, hands-on employee training session at their location(s) are encouraged to contact the CAAR office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Visit caar.org/training/anhydrous-ammonia-tdg to register employees today! 

The training is NOT VALID until the employer signs and sends in a “hands-on check sheet” confirming the employer’s satisfaction with the trainee’s knowledge of handling of anhydrous ammonia.

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