DIPLOMA IN TRANSPORT OF HAZARDOUS AND DANGEROUS GOODS BY ROAD
Red hat security Training & Consulting is one of India's leading health and safety training institutes, transporting dangerous goods by road, and offering a variety of courses in a variety of disciplines. The Transport and Dangerous Goods by Road programme is designed specifically for “Dangerous Goods advisers” and professionals involved in the health and safety sectors. This special safety programme would be much more beneficial for safety officers working in logistics and transportation-related industries.Hazardous Substances (Classification, Packaging, and Labelling) Rules, 2011 and The Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 are the rules that govern the transport of Dangerous Goods by road in India. The Hazardous Substances (Classification, Packaging, and Labelling) Rules, 2011, exempt pharmaceutical and cosmetic end products packaged for consumer use, as well as dangerous goods required for the propulsion of a vehicle or the operation of its specialised equipment during transportation. Dangerous goods in packaged form that are transported domestically must be classified, marked, and labelled, and the vehicle transporting the goods must be appropriately marked.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The REDHAT SAFETY TRAINING AND CONSULTING PRIVATE LIMITED shall provide hazardous and dangerous safety and standards training programmes for those working in the hazardous and dangerous sector, whether as hazardous and dangerous company proprietors, workers, or in any other capacity.
COURSE CODE - FSS014
COURSE DURATION - ONE YEAR
WHY THIS COURSE IS IMPORTANT
The unprecedented growth of the chemical industries, the proportion of hazardous chemicals in total freight traffic is rapidly increasing. Approximately two-thirds of the hazardous goods carriers transport flammable petroleum products such as kerosene, petrol, LPG, naphtha, and so on. The transportation of such substances is more likely to result in an accident than the transportation of other goods.
When involved in a car accident, it can result in disastrous consequences such as fire, explosion, injuries, property loss, and environmental pollution. Dangerous goods, abbreviated DG, are substances that pose a risk to health, safety, property, or the environment when transported. Hazardous materials are dangerous goods that pose risks even when not being transported (syllabically abbreviated as HAZMAT or hazmat). Chemical regulations are frequently applied to hazardous materials. Hazmat teams are specially trained personnel who handle dangerous goods such as radioactive, flammable, explosive, corrosive, oxidising, asphyxiating, biohazardous, toxic, pathogenic, or allergenic materials. Physical conditions such as compressed gases and liquids or hot materials are also included, as are all goods containing such materials or chemicals or having other characteristics that make them hazardous in specific circumstances.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO ATTEND THIS HAZARDOUS AND DANGEROUS SAFETY COURSE?
- Professionals require Understanding of hazardous and dangerous Safety
- Professionals employed in the hazardous and dangerousdepartment or associated
- Distance Mode
APPROVALS FOR POWER PLANT SAFETY COURSES IN CHENNAI
- Dangerous goods transportation
- Dangerous goods regulations
- Dangerous goods seminar
- handling of hazchem
- i-iv practical
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The following are the rules and regulations that govern dangerous goods:
When it comes to dangerous goods, each stage of the shipping process – handling, packaging, labelling, marking, stowage, segregation, transport, and emergency response – has strict rules. These take the form of international treaties that are closely aligned with UN recommendations and, while not mandatory, are universally accepted. National regulations are also in place. The rules governing the transportation of dangerous goods differ depending on the mode of transportation.
TRANSPORT OF HAZARDOUS AND DANGEROUS GOODS BY ROAD DIPLOMA
This course will provide you with a high-level overview of the management of dangerous goods (DG) for cargo and passengers when transporting dangerous goods by air. Our goal is to provide you with a better understanding of dangerous goods so that you can make better management decisions. You will investigate the principles of the regulatory framework, review the classification of hazardous materials, and assess the safety risks associated with the transportation of dangerous goods by air. Over the course of two days of instruction, mini-workshops, and group discussions, you will gain a better understanding of the operational environment surrounding the air transportation of dangerous goods.This will include the cargo supply chain as well as regulatory requirements, giving you a better understanding of the risks and consequences of safety issues that can have a direct impact on your operations and organisational strategy.