Dangerous Goods Transport Training in Singleton teaches heavy vehicle drivers the latest safety standards and provides oversight into the risk of transporting dangerous goods. CS Transport Training course, Preparation and Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road Certificate (TLILIC001) covers the fundamentals of transporting dangerous goods following Australian Legislation.
What is Dangerous Goods Transport License Training?
The purpose of the Dangerous Goods Transport Training course in Singleton is to promote safety when hazardous substances are being transported. The training meets the conditions as outlined by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment and the NSW Environment Protection Authority.
What are Dangerous Goods?
Dangerous goods are substances and materials that are classified as hazardous. If hazardous goods are transported inappropriately, they can become a safety risk to workers and members of the public. Every heavy vehicle driver in Singleton who works with dangerous goods needs to be aware of how to safely transport these substances and what actions should be undertaken in an emergency.
When you carry the following substances which are classified as dangerous goods and hazardous materials by the NSW EPA, Dangerous Goods Transport License Training in Singleton must be performed:
- Flammable gases
- Flammable liquids
- Flammable solids
- Oxidising materials
- Toxic and infectious materials
- Radioactive substances
- Corrosive materials.
Why is Dangerous Goods Training Required in Singleton?
The NSW Environment Protection Authority places a number of responsibilities on drivers who are involved in transporting dangerous goods by land. It is a legal requirement for drivers transporting dangerous goods to undertake an approved training course in order to be aware of NSW safety regulations and requirements.
This course is for heavy vehicle drivers in Singleton to transport dangerous goods in the following cases:
- Working with a receptacle that has a capacity of more than 500 litres.
- Working with a single receptacle that is more than 500kgs.
- Working with total capacity of all Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) of 3000 litres or more
- Working when the IBC is filled or emptied while on the vehicle
- Carrying anything in tanker requiring a licence.
Completion of the CSTT Dangerous Goods Transport Training Course in Singleton
Course participants will receive a TLILIC001 Preparation and Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road Certificate issued by CS Transport Training. On completion of this course, heavy vehicle drivers will be able to transport dangerous goods by road in compliance with the ADG Code.
Some of the criteria covered on the Dangerous Goods Transport Training course in Singleton includes:
- ADG compliance and relevant dangerous goods legislation.
- Identifying class and subsidiary risk labels for dangerous goods.
- Understanding information on documents for the transport of dangerous goods.
- Maintaining workplace records including declarations for dangerous goods.
- Identifying hazards and working to minimise risks when transporting dangerous goods.
Why choose CS Transport Training?
The CSTT Dangerous Goods Transport training course in Singleton is tailored to drivers carrying harmful substances, giving them the essential training they need to meet the legal requirements for transporting dangerous goods in Singleton and beyond.
Our Dangerous Goods Transport Training in Singleton is competitively priced at $475. An additional licensing fee of $57.00 is also required by the NSW EPA.
Contact CSTT for Dangerous Goods Transport Training in Singleton
CSTT’s training courses in Singleton are targeted to cover all legal requirements in the transportation of dangerous goods based on NSW EPA guidelines. Our courses have been developed to offer the most effective dangerous goods training courses for heavy vehicle drivers.