Anhydrous Ammonia: Retailer Safe Handling and TDG Certification 

Successful trainees receive: TDG (Transportation of Dangerous Goods) certificate valid for three (3) years from the date signed, confirming they are qualified to transport and handle anhydrous ammonia (Class 2.3 (8)) in a retail or distribution center setting.


Online Anhydrous Ammonia: Retailer Safe Handling and TDG Certification training sponsored by CF Industries


Topics:

  • Chemical Properties and Characteristics 
  • TDG and WHMIS Regulations
  • Site Safety and Security
  • Transferring procedures including loading a nurse tank from a storage facility, loading a field delivery unit from a storage facility, loading from a field delivery unit to a nurse tank, and connecting a nurse tank to an applicator,
  • Emergency Response
  • First Aid and Personal Protection
  • Theft, Crystal Meth and NH3

 

This course is offered both online and through in-person training (based on demand). 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.

CAAR members: $95.00 REGISTER NOW
Non-members: $150.00 REGISTER NOW

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