TDT course for UNO operation
Take the TDT course (also known as UNO course) in filling and emptying transport tanks with hazardous materials of various classes. This course provides the necessary TDT certification, which is required for employees working in positions that involve filling and emptying tanks such as tankers via filling machines.
To take the TDT course you must meet the following requirements:
- at least 18 years old
- at least a vocational training or a skilled worker certificate
- correctly completing the examination application to obtain the TDT certificate
The UNO (TDT) course covers thematic topics such as:
- knowledge of hazardous materials, including their physical and chemical properties
- construction and technical supervision of transport tanks and accessories
- operation of UNO filling machines: proper emptying and filling of tanks, such as tankers
- description and markings used on transport tanks
- occupational health and safety regulations and fire protection regulations
The TDT course conducted in our centre is divided into theoretical and practical parts and is completed with an examination before a qualifying board of the Transport Technical Supervision. The TDT licence, which the course participant receives after successfully passing the exam, is valid indefinitely. We run courses for different classes of hazardous materials, including gaseous fuels, liquid fuels and covering different types of transport tanks. It is possible to obtain qualification certificates for several different classes of materials and types of tanks.
We provide professional support for TDT and UNO specialists - we organise courses at our premises, and we are also able to travel to clients anywhere in Poland to conduct a closed course for an organised group. We cooperate on a regular basis with qualified instructors in the field and we teach students comprehensively. We provide the necessary materials to learn and pass the exam.
|Class 3||Flammable liquids|
|Class 4.1||Flammable solids, self-reactive materials and desensitised solid explosives|
|Class 4.2||Spontaneously combustible materials|
|Class 4.3||Materials which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases|
|Class 5.1||Oxidising materials|
|Class 5.2||Organic peroxides|
|Class 6.1||Poisonous materials|
|Class 6.2||Infectious materials|
|Grade 8||Corrosive materials|
|Class 9||Miscellaneous materials and objects and all goods not classified as dangerous which are filled, emptied or transported under pressure (flour, cement, fertilizers, petri fluid, oils, asphalt, bituminous masses and others)|
Take the UNO - TDT course at our centre!