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THIS COURSE IS ONE OF MANY PROVIDED BY NETA

Other Courses include:-

ADR Hazchem
Scaffolding
Instrumentation
Electrical/Electronic
Mechanical/Fabrication
Welding/Welder Testing
Lifting/Slinging
Lorry Loader
Management/Supervisory
Health & Safety
Driver CPC
Pneumatics and Hydraulics
Bolt Tensioning
Hazardous Area Training (COMP'EX')
AM2
Commercial and Domestic Gas
Part P

For information on forthcoming Courses Examination Dates / Times


or a full range of courses contact:

NETA Training Group


Sales Department
Pennine Avenue
North Tees Industrial Estate
Stockton
TS18 2RJ
Tel: 01642 616936 Fax: 01642 612431
email enquiries@neta.co.uk
website www.neta.co.uk

Meeting the needs and expectations of service users is of the highest priority to
our staff. Therefore if you have any concerns or wish to make a comment about
the service please contact: Barbara Seddon email b.seddon@neta.co.uk

Equal Opportunities Statement


It is our aim that there shall be equal opportunities in this organisation. There will be no discrimi-
nation on grounds of sex, being married, colour, race or disability which is not permitted by law;
or on any grounds, including age, except where this is necessary to ensure that the job is done
effectively. This principle will apply to recruitment, training, promotion, dismissal, transfer and all
other benefits, terms and conditions of employment.
ADR - D ANGEROUS S UBSTANCES - T RAINING
• consignors
• driver controllers WHY IS IT NECESSARY?

• loaders’ responsibilities; All drivers carrying dangerous goods within the scope of The Carriage of Dangerous
• fork lift operations including handling of dangerous goods; Goods Regulations require a Vocational Training Certificate (VTC) issued by D.V.L.A.
The VTC is issued once a driver has satisfactorily completed an approved course and is
• emergency information for drivers;
valid for five years.
• security in transport and dealing with spillages and environmental contaminants
There is no required pre-qualification, anyone with a full UK driving licence may attend.
The initial course is held over three-and-a-half days for goods in Packages, or five days
Course Content Includes: -
if goods in Tanks are also required
• Hazard classes;
CLASSES OF DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES
• Correct selection and labelling of packages;
• PPE and transport requirements; Dangerous substances are grouped into nine classes and each class of dangerous sub-
• Packers and Loaders' responsibilities including fork lift operations where stance has a danger sign to show its major hazard. Some classes are sub-divided. The
appropriate; major classes are:
• What to do in an emergency;
• Dealing with spillages and environmental contaminants; NETA offer all classes with the Exception of 1 and 7
• Regulatory framework
• Application of the Carriage Regulations and ADR Regulations Class 1 EXPLOSIVES
• Receptacle and load thresholds
Substances which are capable of producing gas at such
• Consignors responsibilities including marking, labelling, documentation and
packing declaration a temperature and pressure and at such a speed as to
cause damage to the surroundings.
• Driver reception including validity of training and appropriate VTC
(not available at present)
• Static electricity, Fire prevention, Fire extinguishers
• Vehicle loading and offloading
Class 2 GASES
• Load security and damaged packaging
• Uncontrolled release of product The class includes gases whether
compressed, liquefied, dissolved
• Courses can be tailored to suit customer requirements under pressure or refrigerated. In
addition to hazards posed by the
For further information or available dates please contact Pat on 01642 610831 pressure or refrigeration, gases usually have additional hazards. Gases of Division 2.1
are flammable (eg butane), and in Division 2.3 they are toxic and/or corrosive (eg chlo-
rine). Division 2.2 gases, though non-flammable and non-toxic, are likely to be asphyxi-
ants (eg nitrogen) or oxidisers (eg oxygen).

Class 3 FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS


Liquids which readily give off flammable vapours eg petrol or acetone.

Class 4.1 FLAMMABLE SOLIDS


Solids which are easily ignited by sparks or flames eg nitrocellulose
film, which may contribute to fire or cause fire through friction
eg matches; desensitised explosives which are self-reactive solids or
liquids.
19/10/10 This information was correct at the time of publication
ADR - AWARENESS

Class 4.2 SPONTANEOUSLY COMBUSTIBLE


Pyrophoric substances which may ignite and burn in contact with air WHO NEEDS IT?
eg phosphorus or self-heating substances which may heat up There is a specific legal requirement under the Carriage of Dangerous Goods and
slowly and ignite eg seedcake. Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009 and in ADR 2009 that
requires Companies, involved in the carriage of hazardous goods by road, rail, air or
Class 4.3 DANGEROUS WHEN WET sea to provide training for all personnel involved in the process.
Substances which, in contact with water, give off flammable gases
There is a popular misconception that it is just drivers who require training, however
eg calcium carbide.
all personnel whose duties are involved in any way with the carriage of dangerous
goods by road, air or sea must undergo training appropriate to their responsibilities
Class 5.1 OXIDISING AGENTS and duties.
Substances which break down easily providing oxygen to cause
Warehouse packers and loaders, forklift
or to support burning. Note that the substances may not
truck drivers and even the van driver who
themselves burn eg ammonium nitrate fertiliser.
delivers only small amounts of
dangerous goods should have training to
Class 5.2 ORGANIC PEROXIDES ensure not only that they can identify the
hazards associated with the products that
Unstable substances containing both fuel and oxygen,
they are handling, but also know what to
which can cause fires or explosions. Frequently carried
do if things go wrong.
at controlled temperatures.

Class 6.1 TOXIC SUBSTANCES


Substances which, if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed by skin
THE TRAINING COURSE
contact, are liable to cause death, or serious injury, or harm
health.
AIM
Class 6.2 INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES The aim of this course is to heighten the
Substances which can contain infectious agents which can awareness of personnel other than drivers and
cause disease in humans and animals. to explain their legal responsibilities under the
UK Carriage Regulations and ADR.

Class 7 RADIOACTIVES Pre Requisites


Substances which emit radiation harmful to the body. Personnel other than Drivers engaged in the carriage of hazardous goods including
(not available at present) Managers, Planners, Sales, Loaders and Warehouse Operatives.

Class 8 CORROSIVES Course Duration


Duration of this course is 1 day.
Substances which, by chemical action, attack and destroy living
tissue or other goods or materials used in transport and construction.
Objectives
On successful completion of the course delegates will: -
Class 9 MISCELLANEOUS
• Understand the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act
Substances which present a danger to people or the
environment and which are not covered by the other classes • Understand all aspects of the movement of goods including:
eg asbestos, PCBs, lithium batteries. • correct selection and labeling of packages;
ADR - AWARENESS

Class 4.2 SPONTANEOUSLY COMBUSTIBLE


Pyrophoric substances which may ignite and burn in contact with air WHO NEEDS IT?
eg phosphorus or self-heating substances which may heat up There is a specific legal requirement under the Carriage of Dangerous Goods and
slowly and ignite eg seedcake. Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009 and in ADR 2009 that
requires Companies, involved in the carriage of hazardous goods by road, rail, air or
Class 4.3 DANGEROUS WHEN WET sea to provide training for all personnel involved in the process.
Substances which, in contact with water, give off flammable gases
There is a popular misconception that it is just drivers who require training, however
eg calcium carbide.
all personnel whose duties are involved in any way with the carriage of dangerous
goods by road, air or sea must undergo training appropriate to their responsibilities
Class 5.1 OXIDISING AGENTS and duties.
Substances which break down easily providing oxygen to cause
Warehouse packers and loaders, forklift
or to support burning. Note that the substances may not
truck drivers and even the van driver who
themselves burn eg ammonium nitrate fertiliser.
delivers only small amounts of
dangerous goods should have training to
Class 5.2 ORGANIC PEROXIDES ensure not only that they can identify the
hazards associated with the products that
Unstable substances containing both fuel and oxygen,
they are handling, but also know what to
which can cause fires or explosions. Frequently carried
do if things go wrong.
at controlled temperatures.

Class 6.1 TOXIC SUBSTANCES


Substances which, if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed by skin
THE TRAINING COURSE
contact, are liable to cause death, or serious injury, or harm
health.
AIM
Class 6.2 INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES The aim of this course is to heighten the
Substances which can contain infectious agents which can awareness of personnel other than drivers and
cause disease in humans and animals. to explain their legal responsibilities under the
UK Carriage Regulations and ADR.

Class 7 RADIOACTIVES Pre Requisites


Substances which emit radiation harmful to the body. Personnel other than Drivers engaged in the carriage of hazardous goods including
(not available at present) Managers, Planners, Sales, Loaders and Warehouse Operatives.

Class 8 CORROSIVES Course Duration


Duration of this course is 1 day.
Substances which, by chemical action, attack and destroy living
tissue or other goods or materials used in transport and construction.
Objectives
On successful completion of the course delegates will: -
Class 9 MISCELLANEOUS
• Understand the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act
Substances which present a danger to people or the
environment and which are not covered by the other classes • Understand all aspects of the movement of goods including:
eg asbestos, PCBs, lithium batteries. • correct selection and labeling of packages;
ADR - D ANGEROUS S UBSTANCES - T RAINING
• consignors
• driver controllers WHY IS IT NECESSARY?

• loaders’ responsibilities; All drivers carrying dangerous goods within the scope of The Carriage of Dangerous
• fork lift operations including handling of dangerous goods; Goods Regulations require a Vocational Training Certificate (VTC) issued by D.V.L.A.
The VTC is issued once a driver has satisfactorily completed an approved course and is
• emergency information for drivers;
valid for five years.
• security in transport and dealing with spillages and environmental contaminants
There is no required pre-qualification, anyone with a full UK driving licence may attend.
The initial course is held over three-and-a-half days for goods in Packages, or five days
Course Content Includes: -
if goods in Tanks are also required
• Hazard classes;
CLASSES OF DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES
• Correct selection and labelling of packages;
• PPE and transport requirements; Dangerous substances are grouped into nine classes and each class of dangerous sub-
• Packers and Loaders' responsibilities including fork lift operations where stance has a danger sign to show its major hazard. Some classes are sub-divided. The
appropriate; major classes are:
• What to do in an emergency;
• Dealing with spillages and environmental contaminants; NETA offer all classes with the Exception of 1 and 7
• Regulatory framework
• Application of the Carriage Regulations and ADR Regulations Class 1 EXPLOSIVES
• Receptacle and load thresholds
Substances which are capable of producing gas at such
• Consignors responsibilities including marking, labelling, documentation and
packing declaration a temperature and pressure and at such a speed as to
cause damage to the surroundings.
• Driver reception including validity of training and appropriate VTC
(not available at present)
• Static electricity, Fire prevention, Fire extinguishers
• Vehicle loading and offloading
Class 2 GASES
• Load security and damaged packaging
• Uncontrolled release of product The class includes gases whether
compressed, liquefied, dissolved
• Courses can be tailored to suit customer requirements under pressure or refrigerated. In
addition to hazards posed by the
For further information or available dates please contact Pat on 01642 610831 pressure or refrigeration, gases usually have additional hazards. Gases of Division 2.1
are flammable (eg butane), and in Division 2.3 they are toxic and/or corrosive (eg chlo-
rine). Division 2.2 gases, though non-flammable and non-toxic, are likely to be asphyxi-
ants (eg nitrogen) or oxidisers (eg oxygen).

Class 3 FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS


Liquids which readily give off flammable vapours eg petrol or acetone.

Class 4.1 FLAMMABLE SOLIDS


Solids which are easily ignited by sparks or flames eg nitrocellulose
film, which may contribute to fire or cause fire through friction
eg matches; desensitised explosives which are self-reactive solids or
liquids.
19/10/10 This information was correct at the time of publication
THIS COURSE IS ONE OF MANY PROVIDED BY NETA
Other Courses include:-

ADR Hazchem
Scaffolding
Instrumentation
Electrical/Electronic
Mechanical/Fabrication
Welding/Welder Testing
Lifting/Slinging
Lorry Loader
Management/Supervisory
Health & Safety
Driver CPC
Pneumatics and Hydraulics
Bolt Tensioning
Hazardous Area Training (COMP'EX')
AM2
Commercial and Domestic Gas
Part P

For information on forthcoming Courses Examination Dates / Times


or a full range of courses contact:

NETA Training Group


Sales Department
Pennine Avenue
North Tees Industrial Estate
Stockton
TS18 2RJ
Tel: 01642 616936 Fax: 01642 612431
email enquiries@neta.co.uk
website www.neta.co.uk

Meeting the needs and expectations of service users is of the highest priority to
our staff. Therefore if you have any concerns or wish to make a comment about
the service please contact: Barbara Seddon email b.seddon@neta.co.uk

Equal Opportunities Statement


It is our aim that there shall be equal opportunities in this organisation. There will be no discrimi-
nation on grounds of sex, being married, colour, race or disability which is not permitted by law;
or on any grounds, including age, except where this is necessary to ensure that the job is done
effectively. This principle will apply to recruitment, training, promotion, dismissal, transfer and all
other benefits, terms and conditions of employment.