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Atlantic Container Line have been using IMDG Code e-learning to train staff in the North American and European offices since 2011.
Brittany Ferries implemented IMDG Code e-learning to reduce their IMDG Code training costs. After implementing it throughout UK ports, their operational staff have successfully completed it.
China Shipping (UK) Agency has been using IMDG Code e-learning since 2009 for IMDG Code training on both Amendment 34-08 and Amendment 35-10 provisions. They have recently purchased Amdt 36-12 refresher courses for Amdt 35-10 students, and general awareness and function specific courses for new students.
“K” Line use Hazcheck Gateway for their booking operations, enabling their offices to log into the system from all over the world. “K” Line also use IMDG Code e-learning for their shore side staff training.
Red Funnel carries 3.2 million passengers and 700,000 vehicles on its year-round services between Southampton and East & West Cowes on the Isle of Wight. They have been using Hazcheck Workstation to check the dangerous goods that are carried on their ferries since 2006 and purchased IMDG Code e-learning training courses in early 2014.
RST’s technology policy extends to delivering effective computer-based training and for DG training they implemented IMDG Code e-learning: general awareness for management and function-specific for operations staff.
Samskip is a global logistics company offering transport and related services by land, sea, rail and air. They have been purchasing IMDG Code e-learning courses for general awareness training since 2010.
Stena demands maximum efficiency and safety across its activities, so when building the IT system supporting its freight operations the company selected Hazcheck Toolkits for the database of IMDG Code regulated cargoes behind its booking procedures.