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Operator Licence Awareness Training - Directors

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Operator Licence Awareness Training – OLAT

Leeds, Inverness + 20 more

Objective:

This course is designed to help transport professionals at any level develop an active role in ensuring legal compliance within their operation. It provides an overview of the operator licensing system and details the fundamental undertakings that apply to operators.

Locations:

Aberdeen, Belfast, Brentwood, Bridgewater, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Croydon, Derby, Doncaster, Dundee, Inverness, Leamington Spa, Leeds, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Norwich, Oxford, Stevenage, Stirling, Telford, Tunbridge Wells, Warrington, Weybridge,

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Passenger Operator Licence Awareness Training

Tunbridge Wells

This course is designed to help transport professionals at any level develop an active role in ensuring legal compliance within their passenger operation. The course provides an overview of the operator licensing system and details the fundamental undertakings that apply to operators. 

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Receiving Deliveries of Petroleum Products

Objective:

This in-company course teaches delegates legislation, risks and hazards associated with the movement and receipt of petroleum, and risk assessment and safety guidance among other topics regarding the transportation of petroleum.

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Reversing Assistant - Train the Trainer

Objective:

This course enables delegates to train internal employees in the skills required to guide reversing vehicles and ensure appropriate health and safety measures are met.

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Reversing Assistant 

Objective:

This course is designed to provide delegates with the required skills to perform their duties safely and efficiently and to minimise the risk of costly accidents, potential injuries and fatalities when manoeuvring vehicles on company premises or the public highway.

The Reversing Assistant course has been developed for those involved in guiding vehicles, ensuring that the appropriate health and safety measures are met.

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Safety of Loads on Vehicles

Objective:

This course, aimed at drivers and loaders of goods vehicles, provides delegates with the knowledge and skills to deal with basic load configurations in a safe and efficient manner.

This course is practical and classroom-based.

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Shipping Dangerous Goods by Road

If an operation is involved in shipping dangeous goods by road, it is mandatory that staff receive regular training, ‘appropriate to their responsibilities and duties’. In addition, DfT and HSE requirements call for staff involved in the packing, documentation, handling, loading/unloading or shipment of dangerous goods to have an understanding of certain UK regulations.

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Shipping Dangerous Goods by Road - Refresher Course

Objective:

This refresher course covers the introduction to ADR manuals, UK road regulations, and packaging procedures, as well as providing up-to-date knowledge and notification of future developments in dangerous goods legislation.

If you are involved in the shipping of dangerous goods by road, it is mandatory that members of your staff receive regular training, ‘appropriate to their responsibilities and duties’ (ADR Chapter 1.3). In addition, Department for Transport (DfT) and Health & Safety Executive (HSE) requirements call for staff involved in the packing, documentation, handling, loading/unloading or shipment of dangerous goods to have an understanding of certain UK regulations.

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Shipping Dangerous Goods by Sea

Objective:

This course explores and highlights the relationship between Sea Regulations (IMDG) and European Road Regulations (ADR) essential for those exporting to mainland Europe. Topics include marine pollutants, identification and classification of Dangerous Goods, and

United Nations (UN) packaging specifications.

International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code), requires all shore-side staff concerned with the transport of dangerous goods by sea to receive training commensurate with their responsibilities, (IMDG Code 1.3.1.1).

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