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Dangerous Goods Handling Course for Road Freight6hours

This is a self-study course designed to permit students to progress at their own pace. Access to this training course will be available for 60 days from purchase. The course, and any associated assignments and evaluations, will need to be completed within this 60 day period.

Who this course is designed for

→ This course is essential for shippers and shipper’s agents who prepare dangerous goods consignments and is designed to comply with the provisions set out in the Land Transport Rule and the New Zealand Standard: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land (NZS 5433).

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to display knowledge of the regulations allowing them to classify and identify dangerous goods, marking, labelling and packaging requirements, handling procedures and complete the Shippers Declaration for dangerous goods transportation by road.

What you'll learn

→ The Legislation
→ Responsibilites
→ Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
→ Classification of dangerous goods
→ Identification of dangerous goods
→ Marking and labelling procedures
→ Packaging requirements
→ Documentation requirements including the shipper’s declaration
→ Segregation within the vehicle
→ Emergency response information
→ Handling procedures

Who this course is designed for

→ This course is essential for shippers and shipper’s agents who prepare dangerous goods consignments and is designed to comply with the provisions set out in the Land Transport Rule and the New Zealand Standard: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land (NZS 5433).

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to display knowledge of the Regulations allowing them to classify and identify dangerous goods, marking, labelling and packaging requirements, handling procedures and complete the Shippers Declartion for dangeorus goods transportation by road.

What you'll learn

→ The Legislation
→ Responsibilites
→ Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
→ Classification of dangerous goods
→ Identification of dangerous goods
→ Marking and labelling procedures
→ Packaging requirements
→ Documentation requirements including the shipper’s declaration
→ Segregation within the vehicle
→ Emergency response information
→ Handling procedures

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