Training Key To Dangerous Goods Compliance
Non-compliance of dangerous goods is certainly being cracked down in many aspects of the logistics industry after a series of destructive events over the past couple of years.
This is evidenced through the approach of steamship and air cargo carriers, and also the recent legislation that made appointing a DGSA a legal requirement.
To meet your obligation, if you are involved in the handling, receiving or transport of dangerous goods, then training is the key. This starts with dangerous goods awareness training, which is the entry level requirement for any for your staff involved in the process, including sales, customer service, operations, administration and warehousing staff.
Evolution can provide a range of dangerous goods training solutions on site through our qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA). However, in February, we will be launching our online version of the compulsory dangerous goods awareness training.
More details will follow at launch. In the meantime, should you want to discuss your training requirements then please do not hesitate to contact us.
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