This half-day introduction to Dangerous Goods course is designed as a general overview of the Dangerous Goods Regulations.
Many goods, including everyday items, are dangerous if not packed or stowed according to international standards. Some of the world’s worst transport accidents have been caused by goods not properly carries. Throughout the world every year there are prosecutions for violations of dangerous goods regulations. This is an interesting and stimulating programme that explains your responsibilities in law for documentation, packing, transport, and handling of Dangerous Goods by air, road, and sea.
• Your responsibilities in law for dangerous goods
• The hidden dangers in everyday items
• Why goods are classified, packed and labelled
• What further training you or your staff may require
• What you need to do now
Awareness of your responsibilities for dangerous goods is a legal requirement. This course is for staff at all levels – director, manager, packer, production director, personnel manager, delivery driver, laboratory technician, supervisor, and warehouse staff. In fact, anyone who in any way is involved with dangerous goods.
It introduces you to the regulations governing the safe transport of dangerous goods by air, road and sea, and is designed for anyone whether they are management or staff who should be aware of this subject and understand their responsibilities.