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Posted by Ian Good on 25 May 2017

Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code and Globally Harmonised System (GHS)

What you should know:

  • The relevance of the ADG with respect to dangerous goods legislation.
  • Duties of consignors, packers, transport companies and drivers.
  • Vehicle permits and dangerous goods licences.
  • Dangerous goods placards and labels on packages.
  • ADG 7.5 Changes that will impact across all workplaces including shipping documentation.
  • The relationship between GHS and ADG.
  • OHS Regulations 2017; Hazardous substances significant changes.
  • What should chemical users do?
  • Questions.

 

Webinar Details:

The Webinar will run for 1.5 hour with an extra 30 minutes for questions


AEST:

Dates:          Wednesday 5th July and Thursday 6th July

Times:          1:30pm - 3:30pm

 

About the presenters

Ian Good has 30 years' experience in managing chemicals in technical, marketing and product management roles. He is one of HAZCON's principal consultants and covers all areas of OHS, with a keen interest in chemical safety. Ian's insights, delivered in his typically engaging style, should assist you to manage your chemical obligations.

 

How to Book:

BOOK HERE

  • Bookings are essential as limited spaces are available to allow for questions.
  • Bookings close on Friday 30th June.
  • Once your booking is confirmed, you will be sent details on Monday 3rd July on how to join as well as interact with the presenter.
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