Classroom/Face to Face Dangerous Goods Courses

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To an extent, the transportation of Dangerous Goods is harmonised.

However, there are important modal differences which shippers, carriers and consignees need to be aware of. The carriage of Dangerous Goods must comply with international and national regulations for each transport mode, to ensure consignments are carried safely.

Logistics UK is one of only a few organisations who can train and advise across all modes. This is particularly beneficial when planning for modal shift or contingency planning. Increasingly, members want to be able to conduct online training for those elements of statutory training, where it is permitted. Within this section, you’ll find e-learning options which are flexible and cost-effective.


With Logistics UK’s Dangerous Goods Academy you benefit from:

  • A range of multi-modal solutions for those involved with the transportation of Dangerous Goods.
  • Public, In-company and online learning options.
  • Training delivered by a professional team of trainers with extensive industry knowledge.
  • The option to completely bespoke training to match your company’s objectives.

Suitable for all modes of transport:

  • AIR
  • ROAD
  • SEA 

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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.

public & in-company training

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ADR Refresher

This course is for drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods who hold a Driver Training Certificate (DTC) which is due to expire. Refresher training and examination must be undertaken at least 6 weeks prior to the expiry date of the DTC. Drivers can, however, attend approved courses up to 12 months prior to the expiry date of the DTC and on successful completion, the new DTC will commence from the expiry date of the original certificate. Logistics UK recommends that all drivers attend approved courses well in advance of the expiry date of the DTC.

ADR Refresher training qualifies for 7 hours Driver CPC.

Public & in-company training

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ADR Training

All drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods, within scope of the ADR provisions, must attend a Department for Transport (DfT) approved basic training course in order to be legally qualified to transport such loads. ADR Initial qualifies for up to 28 hours Driver CPC (DCPC).

Public & in-company training

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