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IMDG Code Online Training

Container Ship
lithium ion batteries, UN3480, class 9,

Shippers, handlers and logistics personnel involved in the logistics of dangerous goods via ocean transport are faced with a multitude of dangerous goods regulations. Staying up to date with these changing regulations requires specific training to ensure compliance.
The DGM's online training for IMDG code encompasses the requirements of classifying, documenting, packaging, marking and labeling packages of hazardous materials for all modes of transportation according to applicable regulations.

​Course Description

The IMDG Dangerous Goods by Sea is an in-depth training course, providing candidates with an extensive knowledge of the IMDG Code and the regulations pertaining to the movement of dangerous goods sea freight.


Topics Covered in Training

  • How to navigate and understand the IMDG Code

  • Training and responsibility requirements

  • Classification of all 9 classes of dangerous goods and determining proper shipping names

  • Use of the dangerous goods list

  • Exemptions and special provisions

  • Packaging, marks, labeling and placarding of dangerous goods cargo and transport units

  • Proper IMO documentation

  • Segregation and stowage requirements

  • Course meets CFR49 requirements for training

Training Features:

  • 24 hour / 7 day accessibility online

  • Self paced to fit your schedule

  • Examination

  • Certification upon successful completion of course  

Who Should Attend This Training Course?


The IMDG Course is perfectly suited to candidates preparing or responsible for hazmat cargo being shipped sea freight. Shippers, freight forwarders, consolidators, and packers would benefit from this training course.

Cost and Schedule

Cost: $395.00 per student

Date: Open

Time: Open

Location: Web based



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