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International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Training

Mandatory training by International Vessel Operators Dangerous Goods Association (IVODGA/VOHMA)

 International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Training

International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Training

The International Vessel Operators Dangerous Goods Association, Inc. formerly The International Vessel Operators Hazardous Materials Association, Inc. (VOHMA)

The International Vessel Operators Dangerous Goods Association (IVODGA) is an international organization comprised of representatives of the ocean common carriers of the world, operating under the flags of several nations, dedicated to improving the understanding and uniform application of rules and regulations governing maritime Hazardous Materials – Dangerous Goods Transportation, including the IMDG Code. Collectively, IVODGA members are responsible for the safe transportation of over 85% of the ocean borne container traffic in the US trades.

IVODGA’s primary focus is to foster the safe handling of hazardous materials, as well as to offer the expertise of the ocean carriers in forging regulatory development. IVODGA is an active participant and enjoys consultative status at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the UN Committee of Experts (UNCOE) on the Transport of Dangerous Goods. IVODGA actively comments on proposed regulations and is in frequent contact with the Department of Transportation’s Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and the US Coast Guard.

Three Day IMDG Course – International Maritime Dangerous Goods – Amendment 35-10

A comprehensive three day hazardous material/dangerous goods training program that provides students with a working knowledge of the regulations in the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG) which govern the transportation of dangerous goods by water both domestically and internationally. Training subjects include packaging,  marking,  labeling, documenting,  handling,  container packing,  consolidating,  shipping,  transporting,  forwarding or otherwise engaging in commerce, within the scope of the IMDG Code. Such activities include shipments intended solely for transportation by ship and those which involve intermodal transportation, any portion of which is by the water mode. Experienced professionals will find the course to be an excellent resource for preparing their own in-house programs. Hands-on work projects are used throughout the program to enhance the practical application of course material. The course includes a student workbook, a written examination and a certificate of completion for those who successfully complete the course.

The IMDG programs will include Amendment 35-10 which is authorized for use as of January 1, 2011 and will become mandatory January 1, 2012.

Training Instructor:    Captain Hans Tray

Instructor worked 45 years for Hapag-Lloyd, 15 years as Director and Vice President. His responsibilities encompassed Dangerous Goods, M&R Claims, Terminal Contracts and Quality, including ISO Certifications. Hans Trey founded Hapag-Lloyd’s Dangerous Goods Department, the first dangerous goods department of any European steamship line, which rapidly developed into a world-wide acting group of highly specialized experts. During his DG tenure, he was also an official member of the German delegation to the International Maritime Organization in London, developing the IMDG Code into containerization. Hans served as Navigation Officer, Training Officer, Cargo Officer, Chief Officer and became Master at 32 years of age and was employed on all vessel types and trades of the line. Aside from heading the departments mentioned above, Hans was responsible for developing and introducing the Hazardous Materials Training Program for Hapag-Lloyd Hazmat employees. He regularly trained, together with his Hazmat Team about 400 employees and agents in the US, Canada, South America and the Caribbean Islands. Since working with IVODGA, Capt. Trey continues to bring professional dangerous goods training to the maritime industry in Asia and throughout the world.

Who Should Attend

IVODGA has designed these courses to meet the needs of the various levels of hazardous material/dangerous goods employees throughout the transportation industry

  • Operations managers
  • Shipping and receiving personnel
  • Traffic managers
  • Import/export specialists
  • Transportation managers
  • And other employees of carriers, forwarders, third party shipping agents, shippers and enforcement personnel

Course Fee

IVODGA Member:  USD 650,- (Six hundred fifty US Dolar)
Non Member :  USD 750,- (Seven hundred fifty US Dolar)


HSP Academy Training Center  

Ruko Graha Boulevard Blok D/26 Sumarecon – Gading Serpong – Tangerang

HP: 0812 8388 6030

Phone: (021) 29001152

Fax. (021) 29001152


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