When handling and transporting Dangerous Goods, certain international and local rules must be adhered to. These are a set of prescribed regulations and operating standards that dictate how the dangerous goods are marked, packaged and transported.
- Understand the definitions and requirements according the National Road Traffic Act, standard specifications and codes of practice.
- Product Handling and your Health
- Section 13 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Operator Responsibility
- Consignee Responsibility
- Consignor Responsibility
- Legal duties of the driver (product custodian)
- Pre-load and Post-Load Checklists
- Pre-Trip daily inspection report
- Driver Fatigue Management
- 9 Classes of Classified Dangerous Goods
- Load Compatibility and Segregation
- Exempt Quantity
- Designated Space/Documents Box
- Dangerous Goods Declaration
- Transport Emergency Card and other required Legal documentation
- Incident and Incident Reporting
- Basic Spill Prevention and Clean up
- Vehicle Requirements
- Basic Fire Fighting
Delegates will be issued with a certificate of completion upon successful completion of this course. SOPs will also be provided once issued by the accreditation body.
South Africa, Nigeria, Tanzania, Botswana, Rwanda & Namibia
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