Dangerous Goods by Road and Sea Initial Certificate Course (3 Days) – In-Company Training

If an operation is involved in shipping dangerous goods by road, it is mandatory that staff receive regular training, ‘appropriate to their responsibilities and duties’ (ADR Chapter 1.3). In addition, Department for Transport (DfT) and Health and Safety Executive (HSE) requirements call for staff involved in the packing, documentation, handling, loading/ unloading or shipment of dangerous goods to have an understanding of certain UK regulations.


Price On Application

Who Should Attend?

Training is required for staff from road vehicles operators, shippers, freight agents, cargo handling agents and airlines who:

  • –  Manufacture, consign, classify, pack, mark or label

    dangerous goods which will be shipped by road.

  • –  Prepare transport documents.

  • –  Mark/placard or are otherwise responsible for the

    provision of road transport vehicles, bulk packing or

    freight containers.

  • –  Are directly involved in the transport of dangerous goods

    by road as determined by the competent authority.

Course Content

  • Introduction to ADR manuals and similarities with Air programme.
  • Containment systems
  • Packaging procedures. Limited quantity provisions.
  • Consignment preparation.
  • Mixed packing.
  • Marking and labelling of packages and IBCs.
  • Transport documentation.
  • Placarding of containers, tanks and vehicles.
  • Overview of UK road regulations.
  • Exemptions from the Transport Operation.

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Why our Training

Our high-quality training is offered both in-classroom and online providing flexible & engaging options to suit all learning styles.


Accredited courses

Our Dangerous Goods by Air courses are CAA approved.


Course Materials

Quality handout materials provided to support with personal studies.



We offer national course locations through the UK throughout the year


Experienced Trainers

Benefit from tuition from industry recognised trainers to provide on the transport of dangerous goods by Air, Road and Sea.




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