Dangerous goods by road & sea (ADR /IMDG)Our Dangerous Goods general awareness training is a basic introduction to the sea and road regulations for transporting dangerous goods internationally. The dangerous goods awareness is hugely beneficial in assisting all employees in recognising potential dangerous goods that they may come into contact with in their work environment. By being familiar with the regulations, labels and hazard classes your employees can ensure that any potential dangerous goods that are found; are handled by a certified member of the team. Our dangerous goods awareness ensures that employees understand that they need to be certified to handle, pack or complete the documentation for dangerous goods. Keeping your business compliant with the regulations.
Dangerous goods by sea (IMDG)Our Dangerous Goods by Sea Training Course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to prepare and send dangerous goods by sea safely and compliantly. The training shall be provided to ensure that the transport operation does not cause harm to people, property, or the environment. Through the online lectures, our experienced instructors will teach you the key concepts of the IMDG Code Dangerous Goods Regulations and how they apply to the transportation of dangerous goods by sea. You’ll learn how to identify the different types of hazardous materials, understand the hazards they pose, and apply the appropriate safety measures to prevent accidents and incidents. You’ll also learn about the specific requirements of the IMDG Code Dangerous Goods Regulations as they relate to the transportation of dangerous goods by sea, including the requirements for classification, identification, packing, marking & labelling, documentation, and emergency response. You’ll understand how to prepare and submit the necessary documentation, and how to handle dangerous goods in accordance with the requirements of the carrier and the authorities. Upon completing the course, you’ll be able to confidently prepare and send dangerous goods by sea in your workplace, understand the IMDG Code Dangerous Goods Regulations, and respond effectively to emergency situations. You’ll also receive a certificate of completion that you can use to demonstrate your knowledge and skills to employers and regulators.
Dangerous goods by road (ADR)
Training in the general provisions for the carriage of dangerous goods by road is a legal requirement for all persons involved in their transport. This includes manufacturers, transport office staff, packers, loaders, drivers if they do not hold an ADR licence, and all persons involved in the preparation and transport of dangerous goods packed as limited quantities and excepted quantities. The course is entirely online and allows you to work through at your own pace.
Who should take this course?The Dangerous Goods Transport General Awareness course is for those who need a to be familiar with dangerous goods transport regulations and an awareness of the duties that arise from them. The Dangerous Goods Transport General Awareness course fully meets the awareness training requirements in 126.96.36.199.1 of the IMDG Code (Amdt 40-20), 188.8.131.52 of the ADR Agreement
Course content• The legislative framework that supports Sea and Road regulations • UN numbers & Proper shipping names • The 9 Classes of Dangerous Goods • Packing Groups • Packaging & UN Specification Packing • Shipping small amounts of dangerous goods • Marking and Labelling for dangerous goods • Overview of documentation • Placarding for containers and vehicles
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Frequently asked questions
ADR Awareness training (as defined in ADR Section 1.3) is a legal requirement for all non-driving staff (and drivers below the “ADR Load Limits”) who have any involvement in allowing Dangerous Goods to be transported by road.
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.
All staff (other than those in scope of ADR) who’s duties concern the carriage of Dangerous Goods whether directly or indirectly by Road, Sea, Rail or Air are required to receive training appropriate to their responsibilities.
No, not for tank drivers.
The course is for limited quantities only