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COURSE OBJECTIVES

This course provides participants with the information and guided practice on the skills and knowledge required to obtain a dangerous goods (DG) driver licence to transport DG by road. This course is designed to be completed by personnel who transport Dangerous Goods.

 

DURATION

2 days

This course can be conducted at our Mandurah training centre or onsite at a clients premises

 

COURSE CONTENT

The program addresses the following:

  • Assessing ullage compliance with the Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code
  • Assigning HAZCHEM codes for a range of dangerous goods (DG) loads
  • Checking and amending DG transport documentation
  • Checking transport routes for suitability using a variety of methods
  • Completing and amending appropriate documentation as required
  • Determining proper shipping names for UN numbers
  • Determining the correct vehicle placarding for co-transport of multiple consignments identified by transport documents
  • Identifying and deciding what combination of DG labels and emergency information panels (eips) is required
  • Identifying packing groups and implications for transport of DG
  • Identifying required information on an emergency procedure guide
  • Identifying the primary hazards for common substances
  • Identifying UN numbers, UN classes and divisions of DG including packing groups and categories
  • Interpreting the meaning of a range of HAZCHEM codes
  • Locating information within the ADG Code and National Transport Commission (NTC) Load Restraint Guide
  • Locating regulatory procedure for carrying passengers
  • Locating the special provisions and associated instructions in the DG List
  • Making decisions about suitability to drive vehicle
  • Matching the primary hazard with the appropriate Class or Division
  • Selecting appropriate segregation method for incompatible DG
  • Selecting safety equipment effectively and in accordance with regulatory requirements
  • Stating the threshold for different Classes/Divisions of DG at which vehicle placarding, emergency procedures guide (epgs), segregation, load restraint and Transport Emergency Response Plan (TERP) becomes mandatory
  • Using the ADG Code to identify compatible and incompatible combinations of goods
  • Using the DG List.

ASSESSMENT METHOD

Knowledge assessment and practical demonstration of skills

 

PRE-REQUISITES

  • Be at least 17 years of age
  • Be a resident of Western Australia
  • Hold a current Western Australian motor driver?s licence (provisional ?P? plate drivers cannot hold a dangerous goods driver licence)

 

CERTIFICATION

Upon successful completion, participants will be issued with the following nationally recognised Statement of Attainment;

  • TLILIC0001 Licence to transport dangerous goods by road

 

WHAT TO WEAR

All course participants are required to wear appropriate work attire. Closed in shoes are a requirement for attendance on any course.

 

MORNING TEA

Coffee, tea and biscuits will be provided throughout the day. Fridge and microwave facilities are also available.

 

COURSE FEE

$380.00

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR APPLYING FOR A DANGEROUS GOODS DRIVERS LICENCE

http://www.dmp.wa.gov.au/Dangerous-Goods/Applying-for-a-dangerous-goods-8428.aspx