Any driver transporting dangerous goods by road must possess a valid ADR driver training certificate, in accordance with ‘The carriage of dangerous goods and use of transportable pressure equipment regulations of 2011’.
Upon completion of their training drivers will be able to transport dangerous goods by road throughout Europe legally and safely, as well as having:
- an understanding of the legal requirements and their own responsibilities
- knowledge of what the potential hazards are, how to reduce the chances of an incident taking place and how to deal with them and restrict their impact should they occur
Reynolds is one of the only companies that offers ADR training in the Nottingham area and we would love to talk to you about your exact training requirements.
We offer the following ADR courses:-
This course covers the specific rules and regulations related to the carriage of dangerous goods in tankers.
This course covers the specific rules and regulations related to the carriage of dangerous goods in packages.
- This course covers the basic principles of transporting dangerous goods by road, including:
- First aid
- Accident Prevention and Procedures
- Tunnel Regulations
- Fire Fighting Practical and Theory
- Transport Categories
- Environmental Protection
- Vehicle Marking
- Miscellaneous Vehicle and Crew Equipment
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Loading / Unloading Procedures
- Parking Provisions
- Mixed Load / Segregation
- Report Writing
Hazardous Goods classes 2-6 and 8&9
- These courses identify the potential hazards and examines the specific characteristics of dangerous goods in 7 out of the 9 classes of hazardous goods as set out by the UN:
- Class 2 – Gases
- Class 3 – Flammable Liquids
- Class 4 – Flammable Solids
- Class 5 – Oxidising Substances and Organic Peroxides
- Class 6 – Toxic and Infectious Substances
- Class 8 – Corrosive Substances
- Class 9 – Miscellaneous Substances