The Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence focuses on the Australian Code for the transport of Dangerous Goods Code by Road & Rail seventh edition (ADG7).
It covers all aspects of the Code, providing comprehensive information about the state and territory regulatory requirements, and includes the major changes from ADG6. The responsibilities of all parties in the transport chain are included.
It is customised specifically to meet the needs and interests of the participants and is delivered in a manner that ensures high levels of interest and learning retention.
Course content includes identification and handling, safety precautions and equipment, and compliance with the statutory requirements.
Participants must provide 100 points of identification and be 18 years of age or over.
Participants must have the ability to use and understand Basic English as all the assessments are conducted in English. Further, basic numeracy skills are also required to complete the mandated assessment instrument. However, reasonable adjustments will be allowed to accommodate personal and/or workplace requirements.
The training will be delivered by an experienced and qualified trainer, face to face.
The training follows a specifically prepared course session plan and utilises materials such as participant guides, review questions, and practical demonstration and tasks.
This program uses Mandated Assessment Instrument and includes theory and calculations.
Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive a nationally recognized Statement of Attainment for:
TLILIC0001 Licence to transport dangerous goods by road
You must apply for dangerous goods driver licence at a Service Tasmania outlet within 6 months of obtaining the statement of attainment along with other relevant documents.
You will be required to pay the prescribed fee to obtain the licence.
Note: Re-issuing of a Certificate/Statement of Attainment will be charged at $50.00.
You will gain an understanding of:
- identifying and handling dangerous goods
- safety precautions and equipment
- compliance with the statutory requirements