Management & Supervisor training modules

COURSE OVERVIEW FOR  MANAGEMENT & SUPERVISORS

 

MANAGE THE TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS 

MANAGERS / SUPERVISORS / CONTROLLERS

 

OVERVIEW, REFERENCE, ACCREDITATION, MODULES

 

Course Target Audience

All persons who:

Manage, Supervise, Delegate, Negotiate  any task relating to all Dangerous Goods Classes including but not limited to:

 

 Manufacturers  Mining Operators
 Company owners  Consignors
  Consignees   Wholesalers
  Retailers   Sales Agents
  Consignment stock Agents   Marketing Agents
  Operators ( Transporters )   Sub Operators (Sub Transporters)
  Operator Agents   Transport Brokers
  Vehicle Hire Companies   Courier Companies
  Freight Clearing Agents   Managers
  Supervisors   Warehouse / Store Operators
  Controllers   Commercial Farmers

 

(All entities and individual persons who earn a financial reward must comply fully with the South African Dangerous Goods legislation, Individual persons transporting for own personal use are exempted)

 

This is a 1 Day Course

 

Management & Supervisory Responsibilities:

Transport Operational requirements & Emergency Information Systems

As referenced in:

SANS 10231 & SANS 10232.1

 

 

The following course is presented by our company to assist clients and their staff to comply with regulatory training.  This applies to all persons undertaking any activity regarding Dangerous Goods.

ACCREDITATION

DGR Compliance Solutions has the following accreditations:

Company: Department of Transport (DoT)-PrDP (D)-2016/159

Company: ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

Company: TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA 16-793


Moderators:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-9681

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 09-264

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-60388

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 14-88

Assessors:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 08-1689

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-10842

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 09-242

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

This course is divided into two Modules  

 

Module 1: SANS 10231 – Operational Requirements

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

Module 2: SANS 10232-1 – Transportation of Dangerous Goods – Emergency Information Systems

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

There are two certificate options:

 

  • A certificate of attendance will be issued to delegates that attend the seminar and do not want to complete the competency examination

 

  • A certificate of competency will be issued to delegates who have completed the competency examination & found competent

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

This course is divided into three Modules,

 

Module 1: SANS 10231 – Operational Requirements

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

Module 2: SANS 10232-1 – Transportation of Dangerous Goods – Emergency Information Systems

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

Module 3: Dangerous Goods Transportation by Air – IATA

 

There are two certificate options:

 

  • A certificate of attendance will be issued to delegates that attend the seminar and do not want to complete the competency examination

 

  • A certificate of competency will be issued to delegates who have completed the competency examination & found competent

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

This course is divided into three Modules, contents of these modules are listed  below:

 

Module 1: SANS 10231 – Operational Requirements

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

Module 2: SANS 10232-1 – Transportation of Dangerous Goods – Emergency Information Systems

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

Module 3 Dangerous Goods Transportation by Sea – IMDG

 

There are two certificate options:

 

  • A certificate of attendance will be issued to delegates that attend the seminar and do not want to complete the competency examination

 

  • A certificate of competency will be issued to delegates who have completed the competency examination & found competent

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

This course is divided into four Modules, contents of these modules are listed below

 

Module 1: SANS 10231 – Operational Requirements

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

Module 2: SANS 10232-1 – Transportation of Dangerous Goods  – Emergency Information Systems

(Note that this Standard references all modes of transport)

 

Module 3: Dangerous Goods Transportation by Air – IATA

Module 4: Dangerous Goods Transportation by Sea – IMDG

 

There are two certificate options:

 

  • A certificate of attendance will be issued to delegates that attend the seminar and do not want to complete the competency examination

 

  • A certificate of competency will be issued to delegates who have completed the competency examination & found competent

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

CLASS 1 EXPLOSIVES

 

All Industry Sectors:

Compliance with legislation

 

This is a 1 Day Course

 

Management & Supervisory Responsibilities: Transport Operational requirements

& Emergency Information Systems

 

The following seminar is presented by our company to assist clients and

their staff to comply with regulatory training. 

This applies to all persons undertaking any activity regarding Dangerous Goods.

 

Reference is made to:

The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments

Regulation – 280: Training Requirements

SANS 10231 – 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

 

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

CLASS 6.2 – INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES ROAD & AIR

 

Compliance with legislation

 

This is a 1 Day Course

 

Management & Supervisory Responsibilities: Transport Operational

Requirements & Emergency Information Systems

 

The following course is presented by our company to assist clients and

their staff to comply with regulatory training.

This applies to all persons undertaking any activity regarding Dangerous Goods.

 

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

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Qualified Person training modules

COURSE OVERVIEW FOR  QUALIFIED PERSON

 

SAQA UNIT STANDARD 242990
IDENTIFICATION, RECEIVE, STORE, PICK, PACK DESPATCH, LOAD, OFF LOAD, USE
 
SAQA UNIT STANDARD 123259
TRANSPORT DANGEROUS GOODS BY ROAD

Course Target Audience

All persons who physically handle, Supervise or Delegate tasks concerning Dangerous Goods  ( Receive, Dispatch, Pack, Pick, Load, Off Load, Handle during production / Manufacturing process, Purchase Dangerous Goods, Authorise vehicle access to premises, Use)

The course consists of a detailed explanation of the Dangerous Goods Legislation including guidelines to being compliant with this legislation.

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

 

 Pack dangerous goods Load / Unload Cargo Transport Units
Mark, label & placard dangerous goods 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  Handle during a production/manufacturing process
 Enforce or survey or inspect for compliance with applicable rules and regulations Authorise vehicle entry to premises
 Procure / Purchase Dangerous Goods  Are otherwise involved in the transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority

 

This is a 1 Day Course

The following course is presented by our company to assist all employees to comply with regulatory training.

 

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 amendment)

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

Clause 14.6 – Training

ACCREDITATION

DGR Compliance Solutions has the following accreditations:

Company: Department of Transport (DoT)-PrDP (D)-2016/159

Company: ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

Company: TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA 16-793


Moderators:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-9681

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 09-264

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-60388

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 14-88

Assessors:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 08-1689

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-10842

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 09-242

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Course Target Audience:

 

All persons who physically handle, Supervise or Delegate tasks concerning Dangerous Goods  ( Receive, Dispatch, Pack, Pick , Load, Off Load, Handle during production / Manufacturing process, Purchase Dangerous Goods, Authorise vehicle access to premises, Use)

 

A certificate of Competence is issued to the delegates passing the Qualified Person course after successfully completing a Theoretical & Practical examination. 

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Seminar Target Audience:

All persons who physically handle, supervise or Delegate tasks relating to Class 1 Explosives (Receive, Pack, Pick, Load, and Off Load) but not limited to:

 

 Manufacturers  Mining Operators
 Company owners  Consignors
  Consignees   Wholesalers
  Retailers   Sales Agents
  Consignment stock Agents   Marketing Agents
  Operators ( Transporters )   Sub Operators (Sub Transporters)
  Operator Agents   Transport Brokers
  Vehicle Hire Companies   Courier Companies
  Freight Clearing Agents   Managers
  Supervisors   Warehouse / Store Operators
  Controllers   Commercial Farmers

Certificates of attendance are issued to all delegates. 

 

A01 Chief Inspector of Explosives ( C I E ): Guideline for compliance
A02 Chief Inspector of Explosives ( C I E ): Documentation Examples
A03 South African Acts relevant to the transport of Dangerous Goods in South Africa
A04 Definitions of the Parties
A05 General Definitions ( SANS 10231 & SANS 10232.1
A06 Three operations covering the transport of Dangerous Goods in South Africa
A07 Driver Responsibilities: Training, Licensing, Checks, Time Limits
A08 Driver Responsibilities: Behaviour on the Route
A09 Qualified Persons – Appointment, Training, Responsibilities
A10 Hazard Class Diamonds
A11 Exempt Quantities of Class 1: Explosives
A12 How to determine if a load is exempt
A13 Rules for transporting Class 1: Explosives
A14 Description of Packing Groups
A15 Class labelling on containers and Packaging
A16 Class Compatibility Chart for vehicles 
A17 Vehicle: Registration requirements
A18 Vehicle: Design requirements – Packaged Goods
A19 Documentation: What is required to be carried on vehicles transporting Dangerous Goods
A20 Documentation: Dangerous Goods Declaration & Waste Dangerous Goods Declaration
A21 Documentation: Transport Emergency Cards
A22 Incident Report Form
A23 Placarding & Warning Diamond requirements – General
A24 Class 1 Explosives: Placard variants
A25 Placarding: Vehicles – GVM Less than 3500 kg
A26 Placarding: Vehicles – GVM More than 3500 kg
A27 Warning Diamonds
A28 Designated Space / Document Holder
A29 Fire Extinguishers
A30 Power Isolating Switches
A31 Daily Vehicle Roadworthy Inspection Check List
A32 Vehicle & Driver: Compliance verification Check List
Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Course Target Audience:

All persons who physically handle (Receive, Dispatch, Pack, Pick, Load, Off Load, Use) OR authorise vehicles transporting Dangerous Goods to enter or leave the premises of the Consignor, Operator or Consignee (e.g.: Security Personnel).

 

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

 

  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label & 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
Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Course Target Audience:

All persons who physically handle (Receive, Dispatch, Pack, Pick, Load, Off Load, Use) OR authorise vehicles transporting Dangerous Goods to enter or leave the premises of the Consignor, Operator or Consignee (e.g.: Security Personnel).

 

A certificate of Competence is issued to the delegates passing the Qualified Person course after successfully completing a Theoretical & Practical examination.

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Driver training modules

COURSE OVERVIEW FOR  DRIVER

 

Course Target Audience

All persons who drive any 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).

Driver responsibilities: Transport Operational requirements & Emergency Information Systems as referenced in the National Road Traffic Act N0 93 of 1996 & its amendments,  Chapter VIII: Regulation 280 – Requirements for training.

A certificate of Competence is issued to the delegates passing the Pr-DP-D courses after successfully completing a Theoretical & Practical examination.

 

The following training course is presented by our company to assist all Drivers to 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

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 pre requirement for this training course is that the delegate has at least the equivalent of an 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.

 

ACCREDITATION

DGR Compliance Solutions has the following accreditations:

Company: Department of Transport (DoT)-PrDP (D)-2016/159

Company: ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

Company: TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA 16-793


Moderators:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-9681

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 09-264

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-60388

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 14-88

Assessors:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 08-1689

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-10842

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 09-242

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

The course is divided into two Outcomes sections:

Part A:

This is a 4-hour interactive classroom based session where theory, as well as practical training, is done with the delegate and they have to complete a Written Examination as part of their POE in order to be declared competent.

 

Part B:

This session determines if the delegate is competent in the use of the Emergency Information Systems as well as the ability to conduct Safe Loading and Off Loading as well as follow the correct procedure for incidents such as Fire and Spillage ( Simulated Classroom exercises are done).

 

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Seminar Target Audience:

All persons who drive any vehicle, irrespective of the GVM of the vehicle transporting Dangerous Goods as listed in SANS 10231 and SANS 10228 (Class 1 – Explosives).

Driver responsibilities: Transport Operational requirements & Emergency Information Systems as referenced in:

The National Road Traffic Act N0 93 of 1996 & its amendments

Chapter VIII: Regulation 280 – Requirements for training

Certificates of attendance are issued to all delegates. 

Reference is made to:

 

The National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 & its amendments

Regulation – 280: Training Requirements

 

SANS 10231

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

 

A pre requirement for this training course is that the delegate has at least the equivalent of an 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.

The course is divided into two Outcomes sections:

Part A:

This is a 4-hour interactive classroom based session where theory, as well as practical training, is done with the delegate and they have to complete a Written Examination as part of their POE in order to be declared Competent.

Part B:

This session determines if the delegate is competent in the use of the Emergency Information Systems as well as the ability to conduct Safe Loading and Off Loading as well as follow the correct procedure for incidents such as Fire and Spillage ( Simulated Classroom exercises are done ).

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Course Target Audience:

All persons who drive any vehicle, irrespective of the GVM of the vehicle transporting Dangerous Goods as listed in SANS 10231 and SANS 10228 (Flammable Gas & Liquids).

Driver responsibilities: Transport Operational requirements & Emergency Information Systems as referenced in:

The National Road Traffic Act N0 93 of 1996 & its amendments

Chapter VIII: Regulation 280 – Requirements for training

The course is divided into two Outcomes sections:
Part A:

This is a 4-hour interactive classroom based session where theory, as well as practical training, is done with the delegate and they have to complete a Written Examination as part of their POE in order to be declared Competent.

Part B:

This session determines if the delegate is competent in the use of the Emergency Information Systems as well as the ability to conduct Safe Loading and Off Loading as well as follow the correct procedure for incidents such as Fire and Spillage ( Simulated Classroom exercises are done).

A certificate of Competence is issued to the delegates passing the Pr-DP-D courses after successfully completing a Theoretical & Practical examination.

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Course Target Audience:

All persons who drive any vehicle, irrespective of the GVM of the vehicle transporting Dangerous Goods as listed in SANS 10231 and SANS 10228 (Transporting Class 6.2 Infectious Substances).

Driver responsibilities: Transport Operational requirements & Emergency Information Systems as referenced in:

The National Road Traffic Act N0 93 of 1996 & its amendments

Chapter VIII: Regulation 280 – Requirements for training

The course is divided into two Outcomes sections:

Part A:

This is a 4-hour interactive classroom based session where theory, as well as practical training, is done with the delegate and they have to complete a Written Examination as part of their POE in order to be declared Competent.

Part B:

This session determines if the delegate is competent in the use of the Emergency Information Systems as well as the ability to conduct Safe Loading and Off Loading as well as follow the correct procedure for incidents such as Fire and Spillage ( Simulated Classroom exercises are done).

A certificate of Competence is issued to the delegates passing the Pr-DP-D courses after successfully completing a Theoretical & Practical examination.

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Driver & Qualified Person training modules

COMBINED COURSE OVERVIEW FOR  DRIVER & QUALIFIED PERSON 

ALL HAZARD CLASSES

 

SAQA Unit Standards

123259 – Convey (Transport) Dangerous Goods by Road

242990 – Load, Off Load Dangerous Goods

 

These 2 Unit Standards are combined and cover Transportation,

Packaging, Receiving, Despatching, Loading, Unloading of Infectious Substances

 

 

Course Target Audience

All Persons who:

  • Physically handle ( Receive, Dispatch, Prepare, Pack, Pick , Load, Off Load, Use ).
  • Authorise vehicles transporting Dangerous Goods to enter or leave the premises of the Consignor, Operator or Consignee
  • Drivers who transport all Hazard Classes

 

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

 

  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label & 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
  • Transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority
  • All delegates require a minimum education level of NQF 3 – English
  • All delegates must be in possession of a valid Driver Licence

 

ACCREDITATION

DGR Compliance Solutions has the following accreditations:

Company: Department of Transport (DoT)-PrDP (D)-2016/159

Company: ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

Company: TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA 16-793


Moderators:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-9681

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 09-264

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-60388

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-MODR: 14-88

Assessors:

E Crane:

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-696226

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 08-1689

S Merensky :

ETDP SETA Accreditation No: US-10842

TETA SETA Accreditation No: TETA-ASSR: 09-242

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

The course is divided into two Outcomes sections:

Part A:

This is a 6-hour interactive classroom based session where theory, as well as practical training, is done with the delegate and they have to complete an Open Book Written Examination as part of their POE in order to be declared Competent.

 

Part B:

This session determines if the delegate is competent in the use of the Emergency Information Systems as well as the ability to conduct Safe Loading and Off Loading as well as follow correct procedures for incidents such as Fire and Spillage

Formative Assessment exercises are done during the classroom session

A certificate of Competence is issued to the delegates passing the Qualified Person course after successfully completing a Theoretical & Practical examination.

 

 

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability

Course Target Audience:

All Persons who:

  • Physically handle ( Receive, Dispatch, Prepare, Pack, Pick, Load, Off Load, Use ).
  • Authorise vehicles transporting Dangerous Goods to enter or leave the premises of the Consignor, Operator or Consignee
  • Drivers who transport Class 6.2 Infectious Substances

 

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

  • Pack dangerous goods
  • Mark, label & 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
  • Transport of Dangerous Goods as determined by the competent authority
  • All delegates require a minimum education level of NQF 3 – English
  • All delegates must be in possession of a valid Driver Licence

The course is divided into two Outcomes sections:

Part A:

This is a 6-hour interactive classroom based session where theory, as well as practical training, is done with the delegate and they have to complete an Open Book Written Examination as part of their POE in order to be declared Competent.

Part B:

This session determines if the delegate is competent in the use of the Emergency Information Systems as well as the ability to conduct Safe Loading and Off Loading as well as follow correct procedures for incidents such as Fire and Spillage

Formative Assessment exercises are done during the classroom session

A certificate of Competence is issued to the delegates passing the Qualified Person course after successfully completing a Theoretical & Practical examination.

Email: training@dgrcompliance.co.za for availability