BY SYSTEM GROUP
The ADR driver training certificate is an essential, legal requirement for drivers of vehicles transporting dangerous goods.
As the leading training provider within the logistics sector, System Group can guarantee to provide you with the most up-to-date and relevant training - delivered by industry experts.
Definition: Accord Dangereux Routier
(European regulations concerning the international transport of dangerous goods by road)
Courses will depend on the goods being carried and the vehicle in which substances are being transported.
Core Training: Required by ALL drivers
Packaged Goods: Required by ALL drivers carrying packaged goods
Tanker Module: Required by ALL tanker drivers
THE STANDARD COURSE
Core, Packages and 7 Classes
The course will provide a basic legal, safety and security requirement run-down for the transport of dangerous goods by road. Additionally, there will be an overview of the regulations for rail sea and air.
The course also includes the basic requirement for the transportation of dangerous goods except explosives and radioactive materials.
Duration: 4 days
THE FULL COURSE
Core, Packages, Tanks and 7 Classes
As the standard course but with the addition the basic legal, safety and security requirements for the transport of dangerous goods by road tanker or tank containers
Duration: 5 days
Core, Packages and one or more classes: duration on application
Core, Tanks and one or more classes: duration on application
Class 2 Gases
Class 3 Flammable Liquids
Class 4 Flammable Solids
Class 5 Oxidising Substances and Organic Peroxides
Class 6 Toxic and Infectious Substances
Class 8 Corrosives Substances
Class 9 Miscellaneous Substances
ADR GENERAL AWARENESS
We also offer an ADR General Awareness course which is suitable for all staff involved in the carraige of dangerous goods. This course provides individuals with essential information on how to operate safely and in line with legal requirements, ultimately promoting a compliant and efficient business culture.
DANGEROUS GOODS SAFETY ADVISER
Since 1st January 2000, regulations have required businesses involved in the transportation of dangerous goods to appoint one or more Dangerous Goods Safety Advisers.
If you already hold a valid ADR driver training certificate, why not develop your skills further and train to become a DGSA.