Dangerous Goods & Chemical Awareness

Course Overview

This course is aimed at those who will be involved in the control of chemical storage and
Dangerous Goods handling including spill response incidents. This course provides the trainee with the
knowledge of how to safely store and handle dangerous goods and hazardous substances.

Training Objective & Outcomes

The objective of this training is to reinforce policy on such things as environmental legislation,
hazard identification, PPE requirements, as well as prevention guidelines.

 

The Training Covers:
· Impact of chemicals
· What are chemicals?
· How can chemicals affect you?
· Hazardous substance legislation
· Classification of chemicals
· Environmental hazards
· Dangerous goods legislation
· Dangerous goods transportation
· Australian standards
· Safety data sheets
· Emergency guide
· Emergency services
· Compatibility and segregation

 

Certification
This is a non-accredited program. However, a “record of training” and certificates will be
provided on completion of the course. Individual certificates of attendances are issued
following training.

 

 

 

Who should attend?

All those who are responsible for storage & handling of chemicals, Dangerous Goods
and those who may have to respond to chemical spills

 

Location

Your site

 

Course size

Maximum of 20 attendees

Duration

6 – 8 hours

 

Training Resources

Training room, whiteboard/screen area & suitable area to conduct
the practical assessment.

 

Course Enquiries

Additional Cost (may apply)
•If our trainer needs to travel from a major centre, travel and accommodation costs may also
be added at the date of invoicing.
•If training is delivered outside normal business hours (Mon-Fri 8.00am – 5.00pm) a 15%
surcharge may apply.