TLILIC0001 Licence to Transport Dangerous Goods by Road
Dangerous Goods Licencing
Andrew Smith of Smiths Training Services is an approved trainer/assessor to deliver dangerous goods training with Dangerous Goods Equipment and Training (DGET), RTO number 32058 . Andrew Smith of Smiths Training Services has an agreement with DGET to deliver the unit of competency TLILIC0001. This course is delivered in line with Edition 7.5 of the Australian Dangerous Goods Code and other various legislations and standards. This course has been audited and approved by Queensland Transports dangerous goods unit. Upon successful completion of this course DGET will award the applicant with a nationally recognised statement of attainment.
We offer dangerous goods courses throughout Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and all over Australia and the Pacific Region (upon application), all in agreement with DGET.
Obtain your dangerous goods certification from someone that has had over 30 years of experience as, not only a driver, but also as a safety representative and trainer within the petroleum industry.
We also have many years of experience with packaged dangerous goods from our past experience with interstate general transport driving.
Our dangerous goods course covers classes 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6, 8 and 9.
Our dangerous goods course has a nominal 16 hours duration over 2 days and also covers such things as, Legislations, classifications, transport planning, load identification, load control and restraint, vehicle loading and unloading procedures, transport requirements, emergency preparedness and safety equipment.
Our training room is located in Morayfield Queensland if you need to come to us. We are always happy to come to you to deliver our courses, Beenleigh, Beaudesert, Jimboomba, Rockhampton, Mackay, Townsville, Charleville, it doesn’t matter, we can come and deliver the training at a time that suits you, not at a time when others are merely passing through (minimum class numbers apply)
Unlike many of our competitors, we actually have on road transport experience. We understand transport from the drivers seat, not from the warehouse managers desk like most of our competitors. The next time you book a DG course ask. When was the last time your trainer actually drove a Dangerous Goods vehicle? Then gauge where their transport experience is. We still drive fuel and gas tankers to keep our skills current and relevant.
All transport trainers within DGET are thoroughly checked for their transport experience.
(Smiths Training Services is NOT an RTO and cannot issue dangerous goods certification. We deliver the training and assessment on behalf of Dangerous Goods Equipment and Training.
We offer real training and show you how to use the Australian Dangerous Goods code edition 7.5 properly. When attending our premises all meals and refreshments are provided. You get real value for money with us. Our training and services are far superior to what our competitors offer, the student feedback is testament to it.
Check out our Facebook page Dangerous Goods Transport and Training Services. We post upcoming dangerous goods and SLP (Safe Load Program) courses on this page as well as jobs in the transport industry related to the transport of dangerous goods. This page is also to keep all those informed of anything dangerous goods related.
Some of our valued dangerous goods clients include Toll BOC, Rogers Transport, Marmax Transport, NGO Transport, Simons National Carriers, Mobile Dewatering, McDermott Aviation, AGL, Broadspectrum, Canstruct International, Puma Energy PNG, Veolia, Incitec Pivott, Forge Transport and Rivett to name just a few.
Don’t forget we can travel anywhere within Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific region.
Units of Competency covered;
- TLILIC0001 Licence to Transport Dangerous Goods by Road
Dangerous Goods Equipment and Training have approval and have approved Smiths Training Services to deliver dangerous goods licencing training in Queensland, New South Wales, Northern Territory and Victoria.