Dangerous goods training applies to both storage and transportation of dangerous goods in accordance with national and international statutory requirements.

This workshop is site and product specific. Prior to the training taking place, the facilitator will spend time in the organisation, collecting the various MSDSs that are used and take photos of the hazardous goods storage areas, and the various products that are stored on site. These will be incorporated into the programme to ensure that the workshop is specific and relevant to your organisation.

On completion of the course, the successful learner will be able to understand the risks associated with operating a service station forecourt.

Learners that successfully complete this course will be able to handle and store dangerous goods. They will be able to classify goods in preparation for storage and prepare these goods for safe transportation. Learners will also be able to handle incidents in the event

This is a basic health and safety induction course for service station facilities. On completion of the course, the successful learner will be able to enter and conduct work at petrochemical service station facilities.

This course is aligned to the outcomes of SAQA unit standard 242999, but is not a SETA accredited course. On completion of this course, candidates will be able to identify and assess the risk of a potential spill, confine a spill should it happen and evaluate the incident to ensure a correct, safe clean up. They are also able to complete the required documentation in accordance with organisational procedures.

The workshop has been developed in conjunction with a National Spill Response organisation. It is product specific and includes a practical emergency spill drill. Prior to the training, the facilitator will spend time in an organisation, collecting the various MSDSs, which are used and take photos of the hazardous goods storage areas of the various products that are stored. These will be incorporated into the programme to ensure that the workshop is specific and relevant to an organisation.

This is a basic health and safety induction course for fuel depot facilities. On completion of the course, the successful learner will be able to enter and conduct work at fuel depot facilities.

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