This online course will prepare candidates for the upcoming changes to the regulations in 2023.
Who should take this course?
There are some significant changes to dangerous goods regulations from the beginning of 2023, most importantly changes surrounding the requirement for a DGSA.
This Live online seminar will notify you of the up and coming changes and enable you to properly assess the potential impact they may have on your procedures.
What will be covered
- New requirements regarding the appointment of a DGSA
- Changes to the lithium battery regulations
- New UN number(s)
- Deletion of UN 1169 Extracts, aromatic liquid
- Changes to 22.214.171.124 of ADR
- Additional requirements for transport documents
- Competency-based training
- Amended passenger provisions
- A look ahead to 2024 changes for all modes
Will I need a DGSA?
There will be significant changes to the requirements surrounding the appointment of a Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser. The expiration of the derogation (in ADR 1.6) will mean that everyone who acts as a consignor of dangerous goods by road will need to appoint a DGSA. The seminar will explain this requirement (and its exemptions) in greater detail.