The DGSA course is an intensive 5 day course intended to assist candidates pass the DGSA examinations.
For 2017 we are making an alteration to the DGSA course, which we believe will increase our already high pass rate even further.
We will now be running the DGSA training course two weeks prior to the exams. We will provide candidates with additional training materials and then run our own mock exams at a date near to the actual DGSA exams.
This will allow us to assess your mock exams and identify any areas which we may need to re-visit in order to further increase your chances of passing the exams.
Our course is written and delivered by experienced Dangerous Goods Safety Advisers who provide this service for several large companies.
Feedback has proved to us that candidates undertaking this course have found it to be much easier to understand than other courses, with a very good pass rate (currently 83%).
The courses are normally run the week prior to the exams.
Exam Date Course Date
15 September 5 September
24 November 14 November
Please note that examination costs are in addition to the cost of the course. Currently the cost of the exams are:
1 x Subject £105
2 x Subjects £210
3 x Subjects £285
You will require several publications for the exams such as:
ADR 2015 + Corrigendum
Carriage of dangerous goods and use of portable pressure equipment regulations 2009 (as ammended)
CDG approved derogations 2009
Emergency Action Code List 2015 (not essential).
Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser
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We have several DGSA's working at Altrain ADR, this means that we can easily provide a complete service that is always available to our clients.
The DGSA service always consists of an initial site visit, where we ascertain the requirements of your business and complete a service plan that includes:
- Necessary immediate implementations
- Annual Report
- Contact Details
- Management Training Schedule
We offer a free Management of Dangerous Goods Training Course to our DGSA Consultancy clients. This is suitable, and advisable, for managerial and supervisory staff.