HAZMAT Dangerous Goods & Hazardous Substances TLID2003
TLID2003 Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances
This training unit involves the skills and knowledge required to handle dangerous goods and hazardous substances in accordance with relevant work health safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations concerning the safe handling of dangerous goods and hazardous substances, within the transport and logistics industry.
It includes identifying requirements for working with dangerous goods and/or hazardous substances, confirming site incident procedures and selecting handling techniques.
Who should attend
Under the WHS Act, a person conducting a business or undertaking has the primary duty to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the health and safety of workers and other persons are not put at risk from work carried out as part of the conduct of the business or undertaking. This includes ensuring the safe use, handling and storage of substances.
The WHS Regulations include specific duties for a person conducting a business or undertaking to manage the risks to health and safety associated with using, handling, generating and storing hazardous chemicals at a workplace.
An organisation has a duty of care to ensure the provision of information, training, instruction and supervision to workers who may need to handle dangerous goods or hazardous substances. This training is designed for workers that may handle dangerous goods and/or hazardous substances.
To ensure all participants receive quality face to face training, we limit the class to size to a maximum of 12 people.
This training is designed to be conducted over six hours, plus breaks. The training is primarily classroom based training, but may include a site walk and talk where practicable. The start time for this programme is agreed during booking discussions.
This training is designed to be presented to your staff at your site. The training room would require comfortable seating, tables, good lighting and ideally either a digital projection unit, or wall mounted large form screen. We can supply a digital projection unit if required.
Alternatively we can conduct this training in our training rooms at Sydney Safety Training Guildford (near Parramatta).
Please call 02 9892 3370 to discuss your training requirements. The more notice we are given, the easier it is to schedule this programme to meet you needs.
This training is conducted at a cost of $2000 GST FREE for up to twelve staff at your site
* Travel to/from site is $85.00 + GST per hour outside Sydney metropolitan area
* Airfares where required at cost if not organised by client
* Accommodation outside of Sydney if not supplied by client is billed at actual cost.
* For training at your site, please fill out our site check list and return to us for review. RST T-0021 Onsite Training Check List
There are no required course pre-requisites, other than each student is required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) issued by the Federal Government.
There is no cost, students go online and complete their application at https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi
Your staff receive the following unit of competency upon successful completion of the training.:
Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances TLID2003
Issued through RTO Safety Training, RTO #40992
Outline of course content
|Identify requirements for working with dangerous goods and/or hazardous substances||1.1||Dangerous goods/hazardous substances are identified from information including class labels, manifests and other documentation|
|1.2||Job hazards are identified and required action is taken to minimise, control or eliminate identified hazards|
|1.3||Storage requirements for dangerous goods/hazardous substances are identified and applied|
|1.4||Legislative requirements for dangerous goods/hazardous substances are used to plan work activities|
|1.5||Handling procedures for different classes and characteristics of goods are observed|
|1.6||Confirmation is sought from relevant personnel where dangerous goods/hazardous materials do not appear to be appropriately marked|
|Confirm site incident procedures||2.1||Incident reporting processes are identified|
|2.2||Emergency equipment is located and checked in accordance with workplace procedures and statutory regulations|
|2.3||Emergency procedures are identified and confirmed|
|Select handling techniques||3.1||Load handling and shifting procedures are selected in accordance with identified requirements for particular goods|
|3.2||Handling equipment is checked for conformity with workplace requirements and manufacturer guidelines|
|3.3||Suitable signage or placards are checked for compliance with workplace procedures, as required|