Training at your site
One of our specialties is the effective load securement training of your employees at your site. Our customer service consultants place great emphasis on teaching subjects such as safety, optimizing work processes and saving costs by using the right load securement equipment.
They are 100% focused on your individual load situations and create a new concept with you which is based on your needs.
Trainings at Rothschenk
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We solely manufacture best materials with maximum demand on highest quality. However, high-quality load securement materials are just one half of a secured way of your goods to their destination. The other half is made by you or your employees in your everyday transport business
Rothschenk Academy teaches all the learning components you need for that. Legal position, accountability, physical principles, techniques and application.
Why don't you just visit one of our seminars for systematic load securement or one of our practically oriented workshops?
Save time and money.
Together with certified trainers, we have implemented an online training concept that gives everyone the opportunity for training in their familiar environment.
The focus is on the areas of:
- Load securement in the container according to the CTU code
- Load securement in trucks according to VDI 2700 ff
- Management seminar - Who is responsible for load securing?
Many ideas develop when working with costumers at their company area and both sides can benefit.
Load securement has many aspects. A proper consulting combines the products to a perfect system.
The VDI 2700 and CTU Code load securing training courses are both designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to perform safe and proper load securing. However, there are some differences and areas of focus between the two trainings:
VDI 2700: VDI 2700 is a guideline of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) and defines the requirements and recommendations for load securing. VDI 2700 training focuses on the theoretical principles of load securing, including the physical principles, the forces acting on the load and the various load securing methods. The emphasis is on imparting theoretical knowledge and understanding.
CTU Code: The CTU Code (Code of Practice for Packing of Cargo Transport Units) was developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and specifies the requirements and recommendations for packing and securing cargo containers. CTU Code training focuses on the practical application of cargo securing in cargo containers, including proper packing, stowage and securing of cargo. Emphasis is placed on teaching practical skills and techniques.
The VDI 2700 and CTU Code training courses complement each other and provide a comprehensive understanding and know-how of load securing. Participation in both training courses can help deepen knowledge and skills related to load securing and ensure that cargo is properly secured, regardless of the type of transport vehicle or goods being shipped.