Baltic Customs increases its competence

We are the only educational institution on the territory of the Russian Federation where training of advisers on dangerous goods is conducted.
15 December 2022

On December 13, Baltic Customs officers were trained at the International Staff Training Center (ISTC) of the International Dangerous Goods and Containers Association. The purpose of the training was to gain additional knowledge and skills to control the turnover of ship fuel and oil reserves. Sampling of fuels and lubricants, determination of the quantity and quality of petroleum products, special safety measures when performing work on ships of sea and river transport, and much more were the subject of lectures and consultations during the training seminar. Lecturers and speakers were representatives of Rostransnadzor, experts from the International Dangerous Goods and Containers Association, and surveyors from "Russian Register" JSC.

"Russian Register" JSC has been acting as an independent survey organization (inspection body) for more than 20 years and has extensive experience in carrying out any type of survey work, including bunker survey.

The International Staff Training Center (ISTC) conducts training and training seminars in various areas. The next training for specialists whose activities are related to the transportation of dangerous goods and bunkering will be held from December 19 to 23, 2022 remotely.