DGSA Tips & Advice

Proper Dangerous Goods Training

Dangerous goods are very essential in everyday life. However, if not handled properly and carefully, these goods can potential pose harm to the environment, property and may even risk the life of people. This is why proper dangerous goods training must be given to all people that work with these hazardous materials.

Drivers, for example, are required to pass vocational training courses and a series of examination to be able to prove that they are competent enough in handling and transporting dangerous goods. Other personnel such as schedulers, clerks and warehouse staff have their own general awareness training in line with their roles.

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