By the end of this one-day course, delegates are expected to have:
The different forms of substances, clues to identifying substances, the marking schemes in use internationally, primary measures for dealing with substances, information and guidance available.
Practiced and demonstrated competence
In the identification of hazardous materials, an dthe action to be taken in terms of fire or spillage.
Company rules and checklists, international guidance, dynamic risk assessment, MSDS, TREM Cards, ADR, RID, IMDG.
Hands-on exercises involving the identification of substances, actions to be taken, the application of risk assessment techniques, what information is required by emergency services.