Transporting dangerous goods by truck


What's New in This Year's Edition?

The purpose of this guide is to help employees in the trucking industry understand and comply with the requirements and regulations of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act.

This new guide covers all regulatory changes, including the following highlights:

Updated information from Schedules 1 and 2 of the regulation (contained in Schedules 1 and 2 of the guide) reflecting all modifications as well as some additional dangerous goods included in the current UN recommendations (with new UN numbers) but not yet included in the TDG Regulations.

Schedule 1 provides essential details on more than 3,500 dangerous goods, including the class, packing group, all applicable special provisions, or limited quantities, as well as the thresholds for emergency response plans (ERAPs). Schedule 2 provides details on more than 160 unique special provisions that apply to a multitude of dangerous goods.

Information on the new registration database called the Client Identification Database (CID) for individuals or organizations involved in activities and operations involving dangerous goods in Canada. Registration is required by October 2024, and this section will help users determine if they need to register and where they can get additional resources from Transport Canada.

The recently published 2024 Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG), which will ensure that guide users have access to the most up-to-date emergency response guidelines and information applicable across North America.

French version also available (Guide du transport des marchandises dangereuses par camion). 


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