ADR & DGSA
ADR - CORE - PACKAGES - TANKS - Dangerous Goods - Driver Training
ADR Regulations and the Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations (CDG) 2009 require that the operator of any motor vehicle which is engaged in the carriage of dangerous goods shall ensure that the driver of the vehicle has received adequate instruction and training to enable them to understand:-
- The nature of the danger to which particular dangerous goods may give rise, and the action to be taken in an emergency
- Their duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
This requires the driver to attend an approved course of training and successfully complete examinations that will provide a Vocational Training Certificate, better known as an ADR Certificate. The ADR course consists of the following elements:-
The Core module cover information on National and International Regulations, Operations and Emergency Situations when transporting Dangerous Goods
The Packages module provides the delegate with information on the Regulations, Loading and Unloading Procedures for the different categories of packaging that are used for the transportation of Dangerous Goods
Each driver must know the warning signs and emergency information about each of the classes of Dangerous Goods that they transport. The Different Classes are:-
Class 1 – Explosives
Class 2 – Gases
Class 3 – Flammable Liquids
Class 4 – Flammable Solids
Class 5 – Oxidising Substances and Organic Peroxides
Class 6 – Toxic and Infectious Substances
Class 7 – Radioactives
Class 8 – Corrosive Substances
Class 9 – Miscellaneous Substances
LTS carry out training in all classes including Explosives and Radioactives.
The Tanker Specialism module covers the National and International Regulations, Loading and Unloading Procedures, and Special Handling Procedures for Tankers that carry Dangerous Goods.
ADR courses now count for Driver CPC!
If you would like to claim Driver CPC hours please inform our staff when booking in!
Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor'
Do you meet legislative requirements?
If you transport or store Dangerous Goods it is highly likely that you should have access to a DGSA in order to meet current Dangerous Goods legislation.
You can train and get qualified yourself or appoint a consultant. Lancaster Training Services Ltd offers a Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor consultancy service.
For a free competitive quote please contact us.
|Heysham||Mon 13th - Fri 17th August 2018|
|Heysham||Mon 24th - Fri 28th September 2018|
|Heysham||Mon 5th - Fri 9th November 2018|
Class 7 Add-on
|Monday 12th November 2018|
Class 1 Add-on
|Tuesday 13th November 2018|
|Heysham||Mon 10th - Fri 14th December 2018|