What is the most frequent question we are asked?

Who is responsible to classify dangerous goods? 

The shipper also referred to as the consignor is responsible to classify their dangerous goods before allowing the goods to be offered for transport.

Click on this TDG Classification Scheme bulletin for more information.

If like us you like to read through FAQ lists, please follow this link to Transport Canada's FAQ section.

Did you know that Transport Canada publishes the TDG Regulations online. Also Transport Canada routinely publishes updates and bulletins to help support the safety of our industry. While it is true that the Transport Canada Dangerous Goods Directorate is responsible for enforcing the TDG Act the directorate and it's inspector's are also an invaluable resource for guidance and regulatory support. Safety is everyone's responsibility and to stay connected is a great way help manage your part in the safe transportation of dangerous goods

Please feel free to visit our site from time to time. We will strive to update and link as many Transport Canada tools as possible and as they become available. These tools are free and no charge to all those involved in our industry and I hope you can take the time to update your compliance & safety procedures.   

  • Where can I find the online TDG Regulations?

            Please follow this link TDG Regulations

  • Where can I find the TDG Safety Awareness Kit for Industry?

            Please follow this link Safety Awareness Kit for Industry

  • How can I contact a DG Inspector in Atlantic Canada?

            Please follow this link TDG Atlantic Regional Offices

  • How can I register my company to use the CANUTEC 24-HR number?

            Please follow this link CANUTEC

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