Once your employer has provided you with training that covers the requirements of TDG and is specific to your job duties and the dangerous goods you will be involved with, then they must issue a training certificate.
The TDG certificate must meet the following requirements:
➤ is valid for 3 years from date of training
➤ signed by both the employee and employer
➤ is not transferable (new employer, new training and new certificate)
➤ must be made available for inspectors. Keep it on or near you
➤ must describe the specific aspects or topics of their job duties and dangerous goods
➤ a record of training or a statement of experience (exam) as well as a copy of the certificate must be kept by the employer for 2 additional years (5 years total)g