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3 Aberdeen Street Perth
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Dangerous Goods Warehousing

Course

Dangerous Goods Warehousing

Unit of Competency:
TLID2003: Handle Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Substances

Price

$275 - Limited Free Parking

Features

  • 1 day course (8.00am – 5:00pm)
  • Course runs monthly
  • 2 minute walk from McIver train station and 10 minutes from Perth train station
  • Group prices available for training conducted at your premises (please enquire)

 

Course details

This course is intended for persons involved in and responsible for the safe storage and handling of dangerous goods.

Participants need to complete both theory and practical assessments which include the following topics;

  • DG Warehousing Legislative Requirements
  • DG Classes, Divisions & Hazards / Precautions
  • DG & GHS Labelling Requirements
  • Marking and Placarding
  •     (DG Containers & Packagings)
  •     (DG Vehicles & Transport Units)
  •     (DG Sites)
  •     (Removal)
  • DG Documentation: Transport & Site Requirements
  • DG Site Requirements; Separation, Segregation Screening, Bunding, Spillage Containment Compounds
  • DG Emergency Actions, The HAZCHEM EAC’s and Related Requirements, Response and Equipment

Upon successful completion, participants are issued a Statement of Attainment for the following unit(s) of competency:

TLID2003 – Handle dangerous goods/hazardous substances.

This unit forms part of TLI31612 Certificate III in Driving Operations.

Participants of this course receive a copy of TCE’s Dangerous Goods Warehousing Manual.

Course Schedule

Monthly

Location

3 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, WA view map

Duration

1 day (8:00am until 5:00pm)

What to Bring

Strict ID requirements apply for this course.  You will need 1 x form of photo ID (Australian Driver’s Licence, or any passport)

Assessment

Participants need to pass a written mandatory assessment (in English) in order to successfully complete this course.

Entry requirements

Participants need to be at least 18 years of age;

Participants must have basic level of english literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge to be able to complete written theory assessment and understand spoken instructions in the practical component; and

Must wear suitable work attire and closed shoes to their course (preferably safety boots).

Validity

No licensing requirements.

Refund Policy

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Rebates

Eligible participants, working in the construction industry can apply for a subsidy of up to 70% of their course fee directly from the Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (BCITF) upon completion of this course.  We can provide you with the application form on the day of your course.

Supporting Learning Needs and LLN

To check your required LL&N, click the following link to complete our online Quiz Click Here.

Complaints and appeals

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