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Training

Dangerous goods transportation training is not just a nice-to-have – it’s required by law to keep your employees safe and your company in compliance with South African legislation. DGR Compliance Solutions offers a full range of SAQA accredited hazmat training courses, workshops and seminars at our training facility based in Johannesburg or a client’s nominated venue in South Africa and SADC countries. These comprehensive courses are led by knowledgeable and experienced instructors in a hands-on learning environment aimed at all levels of staff, from management to ground level.

Extensive course material is designed and prepared by an expert course team with reference to important regulations, requirements and legislations pertaining to hazardous goods transport, including The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 as well as The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 and IATA Training Requirements, amongst others.

DGR Compliance Solutions is accredited by SAQA, TETA and the Department of Transport (DOT) to provide training solutions that are focused on your specific requirements and business needs.

Dangerous Goods Training Courses

Management Seminar – Supervisory – Transportation by Road

Seminar Duration: 1 Day

The purpose of this seminar is to give an in-depth understanding of the management and supervisory responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems.

This seminar is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Classify dangerous goods and identify Proper Shipping Names of dangerous goods
  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Offer dangerous goods for transport
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 –Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training

A minimum of 5 delegates are required for each presentation session.
If more than 20 delegates attend, a preferential rate can be negotiated.

Management Seminar – Supervisory – Transportation by Road & Air

Seminar Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend: Manufacturers, Mining Operators, Consignors, Operators (Transporters), Sub Operators, Warehouse / Store Operators, Consignor Agents, Operator Agents, Marketing Agents, Sales Agents, Transport Brokers, Freight Clearing Agents, Courier Companies, Wholesalers, Retailers, Vehicle Hire Companies, Consignees, Commercial Farmers

The purpose of this seminar is to give an in-depth understanding of the management and supervisory responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems.

This seminar is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Classify dangerous goods and identify Proper Shipping Names of dangerous goods
  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Offer dangerous goods for transport
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 –Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training
  • IATA Training Requirements as per Table 1.5 A: Training requirements for Shippers, Packers and Freight Forwarders

A minimum of 5 delegates are required for each presentation session.
If more than 20 delegates attend, a preferential rate can be negotiated.

Management Seminar – Supervisory – Transportation by Road & Sea

Seminar Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend: Manufacturers, Mining Operators, Consignors, Operators (Transporters), Sub Operators, Warehouse / Store Operators, Consignor Agents, Operator Agents, Marketing Agents, Sales Agents, Transport Brokers, Freight Clearing Agents, Courier Companies, Wholesalers, Retailers, Vehicle Hire Companies, Consignees, Commercial Farmers

The purpose of this seminar is to give an in-depth understanding of the management and supervisory responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems.

This seminar is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Classify dangerous goods and identify Proper Shipping Names of dangerous goods
  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Offer dangerous goods for transport
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 –Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training
  • The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Landside Training requirements as referenced in Amendment IMDG 34 – 08 effective from 01 January Image of 2010

A minimum of 5 delegates are required for each presentation session.
If more than 20 delegates attend, a preferential rate can be negotiated.

Management Seminar – Supervisory – Transportation by Road, Air & Sea

Seminar Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend: Manufacturers, Mining Operators, Consignors, Operators (Transporters), Sub Operators, Warehouse / Store Operators, Consignor Agents, Operator Agents, Marketing Agents, Sales Agents, Transport Brokers, Freight Clearing Agents, Courier Companies, Wholesalers, Retailers, Vehicle Hire Companies, Consignees, Commercial Farmers

The purpose of this seminar is to give an in-depth understanding of the management and supervisory responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems.

This seminar is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Classify dangerous goods and identify Proper Shipping Names of dangerous goods
  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Offer dangerous goods for transport
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 –Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training
  • IATA Training Requirements as per Table 1.5 A: Training requirements for Shippers, Packers and Freight Forwarders
  • The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Landside Training requirements as referenced in Amendment IMDG 34 – 08 effective from 01 January 2010

A minimum of 5 delegates are required for each presentation session.
If more than 20 delegates attend, a preferential rate can be negotiated.

Management Seminar – Supervisory – Class 1: Explosives

Seminar Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend: Manufacturers, Mining Operators, Consignors, Operators (Transporters), Sub Operators, Warehouse / Store Operators, Consignor Agents, Operator Agents, Marketing Agents, Sales Agents, Transport Brokers, Freight Clearing Agents, Courier Companies, Wholesalers, Retailers, Vehicle Hire Companies, Consignees, Commercial Farmers

The purpose of this seminar is to give an in-depth understanding of the management and supervisory responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems.

This seminar is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Classify dangerous goods and identify Proper Shipping Names of dangerous goods
  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Offer dangerous goods for transport
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 –Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Explosives – Clause 19 : Standards of Training

A minimum of 5 delegates are required for each presentation session.
If more than 20 delegates attend, a preferential rate can be negotiated.

Management Seminar – Supervisory – Class 6.2: Infectious Substances

Seminar Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend: Consignors (Hospitals, Clinics, Blood Donor Clinics, Health Laboratories, Pathologist Laboratories and Blood Diagnostic Centres), Operators (Transporters), Sub Operators, Consignor Agents, Operator Agents, Freight Clearing Agents, Courier Companies, Vehicle Hire Companies, Consignees

The purpose of this seminar is to give an in-depth understanding of the management and supervisory responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems.

This seminar is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Classify dangerous goods and identify Proper Shipping Names of dangerous goods
  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Offer dangerous goods for transport
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training

A minimum of 5 delegates are required for each presentation session
If more than 20 delegates attend, a preferential rate can be negotiated.

Driver PR–DP–D Driver Training Course: Unit Standard 123259–All Classes

Who Should Attend: Any person who drives a vehicle, irrespective of the GVM of the vehicle, transporting Dangerous Goods as listed in SANS 10231 and SANS 10228 ( Different Hazard Classes separately or together )

The purpose of this training course is to give an in-depth understanding of the drivers’ responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems, thereby ensuring that companies comply with regulatory training requirements.

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training

Pre-requirements: delegates must have at least the equivalent of a NQF Level 3 for English, a valid driving licence, as well as at least 36 hours of supervision by a competent person driving vehicles containing dangerous goods as well as the physical handling of dangerous goods.

Driver PR–DP–D Driver Training Course – Class 1: Explosives Unit Standard: 123259

Who Should Attend: Any person who drives a vehicle, irrespective of the GVM of the vehicle, transporting Dangerous Goods as listed in SANS 10231 and SANS 10228 ( Different Hazard Classes separately or together )

The purpose of this training course is to give an in-depth understanding of the drivers’ responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems, thereby ensuring that companies comply with regulatory training requirements.

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendment
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Explosives – Clause 19: Standards of Training

Pre-requirements: delegates must have at least the equivalent of a NQF Level 3 for English, a valid driving licence, as well as at least 36 hours of supervision by a competent person driving vehicles containing dangerous goods as well as the physical handling of dangerous goods.

Driver PR–DP–D Driver Training Course – Class 3: Flammable Liquids and Gases Unit Standard: 123259

Who Should Attend: Any person who drives a vehicle, irrespective of the GVM of the vehicle, transporting Dangerous Goods as listed in SANS 10231 and SANS 10228 ( Different Hazard Classes separately or together )

The purpose of this training course is to give an in-depth understanding of the drivers’ responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems, thereby ensuring that companies comply with regulatory training requirements.

Reference is made to:

The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments

  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training

 

Pre-requirements: delegates must have at least the equivalent of a NQF Level 3 for English, a valid driving licence, as well as at least 36 hours of supervision by a competent person driving vehicles containing dangerous goods as well as the physical handling of dangerous goods.

Driver PR–DP–D Driver Training Course – Class 6.2–Infectious Substances Unit Standard: 123259

Who Should Attend: Any person who drives a vehicle, irrespective of the GVM of the vehicle, transporting Dangerous Goods as listed in SANS 10231 and SANS 10228 ( Different Hazard Classes separately or together )

The purpose of this training course is to give an in-depth understanding of the drivers’ responsibilities with regards to transport operational requirements and emergency information systems, thereby ensuring that companies comply with regulatory training requirements.

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training

Pre-requirements: delegates must have at least the equivalent of a NQF Level 3 for English, a valid driving licence, as well as at least 36 hours of supervision by a competent person driving vehicles containing dangerous goods as well as the physical handling of dangerous goods.

Qualified Person’s Training Course: Identify, Receive, Store, Dispatch, Load, Offload

Course Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend: Any person who physically handles dangerous goods (receive, despatch, pack, pick, load, offload, use)

The purpose of this course is to provide a detailed explanation of the Dangerous Goods Legislation, including guidelines to being compliant with regulations and codes of practice.

This course is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • Requirements of the OSH Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances: Clause 3: Information & Training
  • The National Road Traffic Act (Act 93 of 1996 & it’s amendments)
  • Regulation 280 – Training requirements
  • SANS 10231: 2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training Clause 3.1.22 & Clause 4.4, including references to other SANS standards
  • SANS 10263.0: 2010 – Edition 1.1 – Clause 14.5 – Job Knowledge

Qualified Person‘s Training Course: Class 2: Storage and Handling of Gas Cylinders

Course Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend:
Any person who physically handles dangerous goods (receive, despatch, pack, pick, load, offload, use) OR authorises vehicles transporting dangerous goods to enter or leave the premises of the Consignor, Operator or Consignee (e.g.: Security Personnel).

The purpose of this course is to provide a detailed explanation of the Dangerous Goods Legislation, including guidelines to being compliant with regulations and codes of practice.

This course is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • Aligned to the requirements of the OHS Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training

Qualified Person‘s Training Course: Class 6.2: Infectious Substances

Course Duration: 1 Day

Who Should Attend:
Any person who physically handles dangerous goods (receive, despatch, pack, pick, load, offload, use) OR authorises vehicles transporting dangerous goods to enter or leave the premises of the Consignor, Operator or Consignee (e.g.: Security Personnel).

The purpose of this course is to provide a detailed explanation of the Dangerous Goods Legislation, including guidelines to being compliant with regulations and codes of practice.

This course is offered to personnel who undertake (but not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label and placard dangerous goods
  • Load/Unload cargo transport units
  • Prepare transport documents for dangerous goods
  • Accept dangerous goods for transport
  • Handle dangerous goods in transport
  • Prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans
  • Load / Unload dangerous goods into / from ships
  • Carry dangerous goods in transport
  • Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations
  • Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

Reference is made to:

  • The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments
  • Regulation – 280: Training Requirements
  • SANS 10231:2014 – Edition 4 – Operational Requirements for Dangerous Goods: Skills and Training
  • Clause 4.3.1 including references to other SANS standards
  • Aligned to the requirements of the OHS Act 85 of 1993 & its amendments:
  • Regulations for Hazardous Chemical Substances – Clause 3: Information & Training
  • Regulations for Hazardous Biological Agents – Clause 4: Information & Training

Contact us for more information

To find out pricing options for any of the courses above or to enquire about developing a customised training program for your business.