Why this programme ?
In a port-related environment, tons of dangerous goods are traded, handled and stored every day.
Dangerous goods can be a risk to health, safety, property and environment. Following international and national legislation, stakeholders are obligated to handle these goods in the safest possible way.
It goes without saying that complying to safety regulations has added value for the entire port community and undoubtably pays off in the long run.
The International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code is the main code for the transport of dangerous goods by sea. This serves to guarantee the safety of theship, cargo and crew when transporting dangerous goods. It has been drawn up by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and is part of SOLAS chapter 7. Requirements are also being added from MARPOL. For example, it is indicated
which substances are harmful to the marine environment.
The following topics will be covered:
• Scope and implementation of the IMDG
code – IMO/ SOLAS/ MARPOL
• UN recommondations and other relevant
codes from IMO
• IMDG Code Part 1 – Consigment, training
and security provisions
• IMDG Code Part 2 – Classification and
• IM DG Code Part 5 – Consigment
procedures and exercises
• IM DG Code Part 6 – Construction and
testing of packagings and exercises
• Marking and labelling of packages /
containers and exercices
• Documentation, stowage and segregation
• Practical use of the IMDG-code + dangerous goods list
For whom ?
The program is directed towards safety inspectors responsible for dangerous goods, as well as people responsible for the general safety in the port. It would also benefit anyone with a need for knowledge
in how dangerous goods are handled in a port related environment.
Course fee: Rs 100.000
The course fee covers course material, airport pick-up / drop off, accommodation
( 5 nights in a twin sharing room) and all meals and beverages ( no GST included)
A single room can be provided at an additional cost of Rs 20 000 and is subject to availability
Please note that the registration fee must be received by JNPT-APEC in full; meaning all national and international taxes, bank costs etc. need to be covered by the participant.
Kindly take this into account when completing the transfer, as a deficit in the amount received by JNPT-APEC will mean admission to the course will be denied.
Final date to apply for the course: 19/11/2023
Apply to be contacted and express your interest in the courses of your choice. Multiple selections are possible (use CTRL or CMD). Applications are not processed automatically and will be confirmed by our staff.
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