Certificate in Applying IMDG Code – 3 Full Day
- 29 Aug 2017 – 31 Aug 2017, Intake: 22
- 07 Nov 2017 – 09 Nov 2017, Intake: 23
Read how our participants have benefited from this course …
Good real life examples were shown and taught. Makes it easy for understanding and apply it relevantly to our job.
Jeffrey Lee, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Manager, International Paint (S) Pte Ltd.
This course must be attended by stakeholders involved in the import and export of IMDG cargoes.
Ong Geok Quee, Consultant, Lawson Consulting Services
Interesting course which helps me gained knowledge and understanding of IMDG Code. Lectures and tutorials are very useful to help me remember the IMDG Code.
Jaclyn Teo, Executive, MCL Logistics Asia Pte Ltd
Transport of dangerous goods by sea is regulated in order to prevent injury to persons or damage to ships and their cargos. Transport of marine pollutants is primarily regulated to prevent harm to the marine environment. The objective of the IMDG Code is to enhance the safe transport of dangerous goods while facilitating the free unrestricted movement of such goods. The course aims to impart knowledge and applications skills in IMDG Code.
Dangerous goods training for shored-based personnel became mandatory from 1 January 2010. Central to the latest Amendment is the “appropriate training for shore-based staff involved in the handling, packing, transporting, storage etc. of dangerous goods, which may be audited by the competent authority (MPA, Singapore). Persons not yet trained or certified competent may only operate under the direct supervision of a competently trained person.
The latest update to the IMDG Code (Amendment 38-16) has now been published by the International Maritime Organization. View the changes here. Amendment 38-16 of the IMDG Code can be used voluntarily from 1 January 2017, and will become mandatory on 1 January 2018.
Personnel from shipping, freight forwarding, logistics, transportation and warehousing companies who are involved in handling and transporting of dangerous goods.
- Introduction to International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG)
- General provisions & dangerous goods classes
- Dangerous Goods List (DGL)
- Proper Shipping Name (PSN)
- Packing & UN Marking
- Labelling, marking & placarding
- Stowage, segregation & compatibility provisions
- Limited & Excepted Quantity
- Description of the purpose and content of the dangerous
goods transport documents
- Description of emergency response documents
* MCF Training Grant (50% of course fee) is available for eligible participants. For more details of the grant, please refer to MPA website: www.mpa.gov.sg/mcf. (MCF Application form is only required after the course is confirmed.)
(payable to TLA)
|MCF Grant||50% of course fee
(to be claimed and disbursed to eligible participants by TLA)
|PIC Grant||Eligible Companies to claim directly from IRAS.||N.A.|
Payment will only be required after the course is confirmed.
(The status of the course would usually be advised one (1) month before the course start date.)
Payment mode (retail payments facilities are not available) :
Overseas – Telegraphic transfer
Local – Cheque or bank transfer
3 days, 9am – 6pm, total 24 hours.
Mr Tan Teow Guan graduated from Singapore Nanyang University with Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Chemistry in 1970. He also obtained a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from Singapore Institute of Management in 1992.
After graduation, Mr Tan commenced work as an Assistant Inspector of Petroleum and Hazardous Material in Singapore Government Chemistry Department. In 1974, he joined the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) as Port Chemist and was soon promoted to Senior Port Chemist taking charge of Inspectorate of Dangerous Goods Section. When the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) was formed in 1996, he was posted to MPA as Controller (Hazardous cargo) taking charge of Hazardous Cargo Section in the Port Marine Safety Department until he retired in Dec 2005.
Winnie Toh graduated from National University of Singapore with Bachelor of Science (Chemistry). She started her career as a port chemist and has more than 8 years working experience in the handling of dangerous goods in the supply chain. She facilitates processes review and implements initiatives in her company in order to ensure safe handling of dangerous goods during seafreight and airfreight. She is also responsible for the company’s overall health and safety training program where she develops and delivers dangerous goods training to employees.
A Certificate in Applying IMDG Code will be awarded upon successful completion of the course. Participants must fulfil 75% attendance and pass the required examination. Participant who fails the examination,will be granted a re-examination. In the event, if the participant did not pass the re-examination, he would have to re-enrol for the course if he wishes to obtain the certificate.