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DANGEROUS GOODS TRAINING AND CONSULTING

ABOUT US

ABOUT US

Name: Mr. Craig Million

President/ Instructor

Started in the Transportation Business in 1977 with an All Cargo Air Carrier at DFW Airport.

In October 1980 was one of the original 14 members of Intertrans Corporation which became Fritz companies in 1995.

In 1992 submitted and was approved as an IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Training School. 1993 Was Added to the list of approved IATA Training Schools.

Mr. Million has maintained his instructor qualifications as outlined in the International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions (ICAO)Part 1 chapter 4.3, and IATA section 1.5.7.

 

Has written training courses covering Dangerous Goods Transport by Air,

Ocean, and Ground as well as Train the Trainer, in depth Radioactive and also tailored courses for specific manufactures products and assorted categories of personnel.

 

We have additional consultant resources that can offer General Council who specialize in Brokerage, Mergers, Commerce, Mitigations, Security, Warehousing Zoning, local, state and federal regulations.

Specialized consultants for OSHA, EPA, Industrial Hygiene, Radioactive including audits, investigations, determining corrective actions.

We have taught courses in Canada, Mexico, Amsterdam, Angola, Congo, Singapore, United States, and as far North as Dead Horse Alaska. We also had more than one hundred (100) offices that we would conduct training once or twice a year. Larger offices would invite other local stations. Example when we taught Air and Ocean in Mexico we would have people from Argentina, Columbia, Ecuador, Panama, Costa Rica, and any other South American countries attend to get the best coverage for that region and this also saved money for every location, including the host “Mexico” (North America). By arranging courses in advance, companies can save money in many ways such as travel, time away from work. We also are offering training via Zoom Conferencing. This also will enable companies to have multiple attendees from locations around the globe attend live training without the additional travel expenses

See Linkedin for Additional References

https://www.linkedin.com/in/craig-million-35332710/ 

DANGEROUS GOODS TRAINING AND CONSULTING

ENSURING YOUR COMPANY AND CUSTOMERS HAVE MET AND MAINTAINED MANDATORY INITIAL AND RECURRENT TRAINING AS REQUIRED IN EACH OF THE RELAVANT MODAL SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

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SERVICES WE PROVIDE

TRAINING ON THE TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY AIR

Shippers, manufactures,  forwarders, Ground Handlers and Carriers.

Shipping Dangerous Goods By Air covers all required areas as outlined in the United Nations International Civil Aviation Organization (UN ICAO ) Regulations and the 49 Code of Federal Regulations. Training course covers all required areas with use of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR ). Course covers

  • General Awareness

  • Function Specific

  • Safety

  • Security Awareness

(As required per ICAO and IATA regulations and 49CFR part 172.704

§ 172.704 Training requirements.

Training covers Category 1,3 and 6 and also meets new IATA Appendix H Competency Based Training and Assessment Approach.

For more Information Please Contact Mr. Million.

We are now offering courses with the use of Zoom Conferencing. This allows the same live course with real tiume questions and answers yet saves valuable time, money and additional expenses.

Call for group, and multiple attendee discounts.

All attendees must be registered and prepaid 10 days prior to start date in order for all course materials to arrive at your location.

TRAINING ON THE TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY OCEAN
WITH USE OF THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME DANGEROUS GOODS REGULATIONS (IMDG/ IMO)

Shippers, manufactures,  forwarders, Ground Handlers and Carriers.

Shipping Dangerous Goods By OCEAN covers all required areas as outlined in the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Regulations (IMDG) written by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Also covered will be differences as outlined in the 49 Code of Federal Regulations. Training course covers all required areas with use of the  IMDG Regulations.
Course covers

  • General Awareness

  • Function Specific

  • Safety

  • Security Awareness

(As required per IMDG regulations and 49CFR part 172.704

§ 172.704 Training requirements

DANGEROUS GOODS TRAINING FOR DOMESTIC GROUND 49CFR PARTS 100-185

Shippers, manufactures,  forwarders, Ground Handlers and Carriers, LTL, General Contractors

Practical use of the 49CFR Parts 100-185. Emphasis will be on domestic Ground Transport and practical use of the 49CFR (Code of Federal Regulations).

Regulations (49CFR Domestic Ground Transport ). Course covers

  • General Awareness

  • Function Specific

  • Safety

  • Security Awareness

ADDITIONAL ADD ON COURSES SUCH AS RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL TRANSPORTATION

Shippers, manufactures,  forwarders, Ground Handlers and Carriers that may offer, handle or actually transport radioactive materials.

Sometimes getting where you need to go can be more than just a job, it can be an enjoyable experience. With our Shared Airport Rides services, that’s what we set out to do. We know how important it is for your journey to not only be worry free, but to be a joy. Talk to us and we’ll make sure you get the results you’re after, including guaranteed quality service at an affordable price. Contact us for more info or to reserve a ride.

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Maria Cortez

Mariela Cortez

1st degree connection 1st

Production Purchasing Director at Panasonic

Pharr, Texas, United States

Craig was of great value to Halliburton, thru his classes many Supply Chain professionals learned to handle HAZMAT shipments with industry examples such as Lithium Batteries, Radioactive, Explosives, Chemicals, etc. His deep knowledge in dangerous goods cannot be easily found as he n

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