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Nationally Accredited DANGEROUS GOODS and HAZARDOUS Substances Training Courses

Posted by Andy Perry on 20 September 2016

HAZCON is continuing to expanding our training capabilities nationally and offering accredited training courses to customers with the implementation of 3 new accredited courses that will focus on hazardous chemicals in the warehousing and logistics industry. The new accredited courses will include:

1. TLID2003A Handle dangerous goods and hazardous substances

Now available - HAZCON has added this unit of competency to our scope of registration and are pleased to announce that we can now offer this course to our clients. The aim of this unit is to provide individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge required to handle dangerous goods and hazardous substances, including;

  • identifying and working with dangerous goods and/or hazardous substances;
  • confirming site incident procedures; and
  • selecting handling techniques. 

This unit suits individuals working in the transport, warehousing, distribution and storage industries who may handle dangerous goods and/or hazardous substances.

2. TLID3022 Implement/monitor procedures when warehousing/storing dangerous goods/hazardous substances 

Coming Soon HAZCON is working towards adding this unit of competency to our scope of registration. The aim of this unit is to provide individuals with the appropriate skills and knowledge required to implement and monitor work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) policies, safe work procedures and programs for warehousing or storing dangerous goods and hazardous chemicals in accordance with regulatory requirements, as part of work undertaken in the transport and logistics industry.

3. TLID3027 Prepare for transport of dangerous goods

Coming Soon HAZCON is working towards adding this unit of competency to our scope of registration. The aim of this unit is to provide the individuals with the relevant skills and knowledge required to prepare for the transportation of dangerous goods as part of work activities undertaken within the transport and logistics industry. The unit includes checking dangerous goods load, assessing vehicle suitability to transport intended load, checking emergency procedures and equipment, evaluating documented route plans, and completing required assessment process.

The objectives of these training courses are to provide individuals and businesses with training recognition that will be accepted throughout Australia. The training will inform, test knowledge and determine competency when handling, storing and preparing dangerous goods/hazardous substances or hazardous chemicals in different situations when working in the warehousing and logistic industry.

What does course accreditation mean?

According to the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) accreditation is a formal confirmation that the course has been nationally recognised and meets the established industry, enterprise, legislative or community needs. Furthermore, it provides appropriate competency outcomes and a satisfactory basis for assessment, which meets the national quality assurance requirements and is aligned appropriately to the Australian Quality Framework (AQF) where it may lead to further qualifications.

If you are thinking about expanding your qualifications in the safety and transport industry contact HAZCON, where we can assist you in meeting your business and/or personal development expectations and obtain accreditation along the way in a fun learning environment.

Please visit our website to view the extensive range of HSE services and training HAZCON provides. If you are interested in an area that is not shown on our website, please call us on 1800 429 266 so that we can, where possible, work with you; utilising our experience and knowledge to offer a creative solution to your business need.

Author: Andy Perry
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