ADR Training Kent

ADR Training Kent from Lighthouse Safety Training

By: Lighthouse Safety Training  20/12/2010
Keywords: training courses, driver training, safety training

Certain drivers of road vehicles carrying dangerous goods may need to hold a Vocational Training Certificate (VTC). The VTC is obtained after a driver has attended an ADR training course delivered by an SQA approved Training Centre. The VTC is valid for five years on receipt of issue.

Drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods who may fall within this requirement are:

  • A road tanker containing any dangerous goods;
  • A vehicle carrying a tank container loaded with dangerous goods;
  • A vehicle carrying dangerous goods in bulk;
  • A vehicle carrying radioactive material;
  • A vehicle carrying dangerous goods in packages, if these goods are over certain thresholds for those particular goods

5 Days of Dangerous Goods Training Covering:

Class 1 – Explosives

Class 2 – Gases

Class 3 – Liquids

Class 4 – Solids

Class 5 – Oxidising Agents

Class 6 – Toxic

Class 7 – Radioactive

Class 8 – Corrosives
Class 9 – Miscellaneous

Keywords: Dangerous Goods Training, Driver Cpc, driver training, Lighthouse, safety training, training courses

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