Presented by the
Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL WORKSHOP – PM Half Day, 15 April 2015
This comprehensive and practical Workshop has been designed to bring you up to speed with Dangerous Goods regulations and requirements in Victoria to an Intermediate Level.
As each state has different Dangerous Goods regulations and requirements, AEBN’s Intermediate Level to Dangerous Goods Storage, Handling and Transport Workshop will focus on the segregation of dangerous goods rules, chemical compatibility, placarding of stores, vehicles and containers, labeling, bunding rules of storage of dangerous goods, risk assessment requirements and much more.
Please note: Organisations have an obligation to ensure they are up to date and compliant with dangerous goods laws and that staff receive appropriate training. The AEBN recommends that staff receive refresher training every 2 to 3 years, and certainly when changes are introduced.
It is highly recommended that those attending the AEBN Intermediate Level to Dangerous Goods Storage, Handling and Transport Workshop have a sound understanding of the topics covered in the AEBN Introductory Level to Dangerous Goods, Storage, Handling and Transport Workshop. It is recommended that personnel undertake the AEBN Introductory Level workshop prior to undertaking the AEBN Intermediate Level workshop.
This comprehensive workshop will use practical exercises throughout the session and will cover –
Lunch will be provided to delegates attending the Introductory and Intermediate Level to Dangerous Goods Storage, Handling and Transport Workshop.
John Manning, National Dangerous Goods Specialist, Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN)
John is AEBN’s dangerous goods expert. He has a wealth of experience and knowledge that spans well over 30 years in dangerous goods, hazardous substances, risk assessments and management, Emergency Response, Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), training, auditing and consultancy, in particular, within the Australian and Asia Pacific Region’s chemical, plastics, mining, textiles, food and agricultural sectors.
The Workshop will provide the opportunity to network with delegates and presenters during AEBN’s Networking Afternoon Tea. Course notes will be provided at the Workshop.