TLIF3091 Apply Awareness of Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Materials Requirements
This nationally recognised online unit involves the skills and knowledge required to identify and apply an awareness of hazardous substances and dangerous goods requirements.
It includes identifying legislation relating to hazardous substances and dangerous goods, segregating dangerous goods and hazardous substances, and dealing with incidents involving hazardous substances and dangerous goods.
This unit is intended for people who have minimal or no contact with explosives or hazardous substances and dangerous goods as part of their job role but who require an awareness of how hazardous substances and dangerous goods are labelled and segregated when being transported.
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.
Successful completion of this course should allow you to:
- Apply appropriate legislation for transporting dangerous goods and hazardous substances
- Separate dangerous goods and hazardous substances
- Deal with incidents involving dangerous goods and hazardous substances
- What are Dangerous Goods?
- Key Descriptors
- Class and Division
- Subsidiary Risk
- Packing Groups
- Proper Shipping Name
- UN Number
Course Cost: $195 (GST free)
Target Audience: Those who work or are intending to work in the rail transport and logistics industry.
Delivery & Assessment method: Online
Duration – Online component: 6 Hours
Start Date: Any time after enrolment is confirmed. Our training team will be in touch to provide you with log in details to access the online course.
Duration – Online assessments: 6 months to complete
Certification: A Statement of Attainment will be issued upon successful completion.
Assurance Audits: Railtrain conducts assurance audits on all learners completing nationally recognised online courses. To do this, we will contact you by telephone within three business days of your assessment being marked as satisfactory and ask you some questions regarding the course to ensure the assessment evidence is authentic.