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Part 6 (Training) of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations

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Consultation has concluded


The transportation of dangerous goods connects Canadians with the high value goods they use every day. From the gasoline in your car to the pharmaceuticals that keep you healthy, dangerous goods are a part of your daily life. The Government of Canada ensures that this transport is done safely, which is why we are proposing to improve the training requirements for those involved in the transport of dangerous goods.

The online engagement period is now closed for comments.

Thank you for sharing your input and ideas on improving the training requirements in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR).

The next steps in consultations on Part 6 (Training) of the TDGR include a full analysis of your comments to inform the development of a regulatory proposal, which will be published in Part 1 of the Canada Gazette.


The transportation of dangerous goods connects Canadians with the high value goods they use every day. From the gasoline in your car to the pharmaceuticals that keep you healthy, dangerous goods are a part of your daily life. The Government of Canada ensures that this transport is done safely, which is why we are proposing to improve the training requirements for those involved in the transport of dangerous goods.

The online engagement period is now closed for comments.

Thank you for sharing your input and ideas on improving the training requirements in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR).

The next steps in consultations on Part 6 (Training) of the TDGR include a full analysis of your comments to inform the development of a regulatory proposal, which will be published in Part 1 of the Canada Gazette.