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CILT host Dangerous Good Safety Advisor (DGSA) courses

07 April 2015/Categories: CILT, Industry News


CILT is providing a seven day DGSA training course in June and November aimed at those involved in the storage, handling and transportation of dangerous goods above designated load thresholds.

It is a legal requirement that every Dangerous Good Safety Advisor holds this qualification, which has to be revalidated every five years. 

Learners will be equipped with the skills to perform the duties of the DGSA, including; monitoring compliance with rules governing transport of dangerous goods; advising business on the transport of dangerous goods; prepare annual reports on the business activities in the transport of dangerous goods; and investigate and compile reports on any accidents or emergencies.

The course covers; transport units, marking and placarding, documentation, compliance thresholds, filing, stowage, loading and segregations, cleaning or decontamination, operational procedures, emergency response requirements, environmental protection and legal framework.

The earliest course will take place on 1st – 18th June including five days classroom training, a revision day and the exam. 

CILT offers a growing series of specialised training courses in all aspects of road transport. 

Entrance for the exam can be arranged at one of the SQA approved examination centres through CILT, contact the Professional Development team, Tel: 01536 740166, email: pd@ciltuk.org.uk for more information. 

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