Dangerous goods courses is a training course that covers the safe handling of dangerous substances. These substances include: flammable, corrosive, toxic and radioactive materials. The course is designed to help people working with these hazardous materials to better understand how they should be handled in order to keep themselves and others safe.
There is no set duration for a Dangerous Goods Course but it usually lasts between one day.
Chris Shilling Transport Training offers Dangerous Goods Courses on the Mid North Coast which can be taken by anybody interested in learning more about handling hazardous substances or materials safely and responsibly. Our trainers have many years of experience so they bring valuable knowledge from their own work experiences into teaching these courses.
Some of the hazardous substances or material include:
- Flammable gases
- Oxidising materials
- Toxic and infectious materials
- Flammable liquids
- Radioactive substances
- Corrosive materials
Workers carrying out deliveries of dangerous goods courses in Mid North Coast need to be trained under ADG regulations and know what their specific cargo entails, what its associated hazards are, and what safety precautions they should take in case of an emergency.
Managing dangerous goods in the workplace can be hazardous, but it can also be unpalatable. Getting the wrong training is one of the top causes of accidents and errors with dangerous goods handling. Chris Shilling specializes in Dangerous Goods courses Mid North Coast to ensure your employees have all they need to know about this tricky subject matter.
- Subsidiary risk labelling
- General Safety
- Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail Code
- Classification and Identifications
- Exceptions and Exemptions
Who Will Benefit from Dangerous Goods Course?
Anyone working within the transport industry can benefit from undertaking their own dangerous goods course.
Many people need to complete a Dangerous Goods Course before they transport dangerous goods or manage them. The Australian Code requires this training for handling dangerous goods, and we can offer you the opportunity to provide it through completion of our course.
Dangerous Goods Courses in Mid North Coast are mandatory for anyone who intends to:
- Transporting more than 500 litres or 500 kilograms of dangerous goods.
- Complete the dangerous goods course, IBC in excess of 3000 litres.
- Handle substances that present a substantial safety hazard, including explosives, gases or flammable liquids.
Make a call with Chris Shilling Transport Training
To learn more about Dangerous Goods courses on the Mid North Coast, just call 0434 366 758 or fill out the contact form here, and we’ll be happy to answer your question.