DG20u—Dangerous Goods, Function Specific: Customs Brokerage
Subscriber price: $55.00, Non-subscriber price: $72.00
Estimated total study time: 4 hours 22 minutes
This module provides the "function specific" portion of DG/Hazmat Employee certification training for personnel working in customs brokerage, including import traffic and shipment reforwarding.
Important: Employee certification training is not complete without additional modules addressing "general awareness", "general safety", "security awareness" and, when required, an employer's "hazmat security plan".
Customs Clearance Agent Dangerous Goods Responsibilities; Recognizing a DG Shipment (cc1)
(Estimated study time: 58 minutes)
- Customs Clearance Agent Arranging DG Delivery or On-Carriage
- Customs Clearance Agent Not Arranging Delivery or On-Carriage
- Who Really Knows What Is in the Shipping Packages or in a Sealed Though Container?
- How Will You, as a Customs Clearance Agent, Identify a Shipment Containing DG?
- For Documented Dangerous Goods Shipments
- For Undocumented Dangerous Goods Shipments!
Indicators of Undeclared DG; Customs Inspection Concerns with DG (cc2)
(Estimated study time: 57 minutes)
- Indicators of Undocumented and/or Non-Compliant DG Shipments at Time of Customs Clearance
- Customs Inspection, Delivery or Reforwarding of Dangerous Goods
- Customs Inspection of Dangerous Goods
- Delivery of DG Cargo Following Customs Release
- Cargo Transferred Under Customs Bond
Shipper's Declaration Information (cc3)
(Estimated study time: 43 minutes)
- Shipper's Declaration Information
- General; Shipment-Level Information
- UN Number Line-item Information
- First Sequence
- Second Sequence—Net Quantity of Dangerous Goods; Numbers and Types of Packages
- Third Sequence—Packing Instructions (for air shipments)
- Fourth Sequence—Authorizations and Carrier Handling Instructions
- Shipper's Certification
Arranging Delivery or On-Carriage of DG (cc4)
(Estimated study time: 44 minutes)
- General DG Shipping Requirements Apply Regardless of Transportation Mode
- Using the Initial Shipper's Declaration
- Do Not Prepare a New Shipper's Declaration
- DG Warning Statement and Other Information Required on the Delivery or other On-Carriage Transportation Document
- Procedures for Delivery/On-Carriage of DG by Truck
- Selecting and Communicating with the Trucking Company
- Preparing the Truck Transportation Document (Waybill, etc.)
Procedures for Delivery/On-Carriage of DG by Air; Through Air-Sea Through Movement(cc5)
(Estimated study time: 1 hour 0 minutes)
- Arranging DG On-Carriage by Air
- General—Air Shipment of DG More Restrictive than Surface Modes
- Determining Air Shipment Requirements
- Documentation When Changing DG Transport Mode To Air
- Shipper's Declaration
- Air Waybill
- Arranging On-carriage by Vessel; Planned Through "Sea-Air" Transportation
- Added Concerns When the Originally-Intended Through Transportation Is Changed or Interrupted
- Re-forwarding by Air a DG Shipment Which Arrived by Surface Transportation
- Can the Particular DG Package(s) Be Shipped by Air?
- Will a New Shipper's Declaration Be Required?
- Who Must or May Prepare the New Shipper's Declaration?
- Split Delivery or Cross-Docking of a Single DG Shipment
- Shipment of DG Held in Storage Unopened in Initial Shipper/Supplier Packaging