WHY THIS TRAINING ?
Legal obligation for all staff members that are involved in the transport of “Dangerous Goods” via the road. This training contains as well some resemblances as differences between the ADR and the IATA/IMDG regulations
This training is mandatory for staff members that are responsible for the (un)loading of the trucks, responsible for the physical handling of dangerous cargo and the drawing-up of the documents of dangerous goods transported by road. This training is also useful for all staff members who are involved with the transport of dangerous goods (Sales – Customer service – Warehouse staff – Drivers – Management …)
Our instructor is a specialist in DGR airfreight and warehousing. For more than 20 years he has been a DGSA & DG coordinator, DGR spill emergency trainer and dangerous goods warehouse developer for several large companies. He is a professional consultant. He has practical experience in the execution and in giving training sessions about ADR and is an expert in IATA DGR, PER, AVI, TC and relevant related airfreight regulations.
• General overview about dangerous goods • Definitions • Responsibilities of all involved parties • Applicability • Classification • Transport documents • Packaging / Labelling • Equipment of the vehicle • Loading / Unloading • Security & safety • General emergency procedures • Differences between ADR and IATA