Dangerous Goods Courses
Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd Entry Requirements:
- Adequate literacy & numeracy skills
- Unique Student Identifier (USI) Number
BROADWALK ARCADE, Suite 2F,
458-470 High Street, PENRITH NSW 2750
TLILIC0001 Licence to Transport Dangerous Goods by Road
This course is Mandatory for a person who is required by law to apply for or renew a Dangerous Goods
The course covers all relevant aspects of the ADG 7 Code and Chain of Responsibility of all
Individuals please refer to covered topics.
The course is designed for anyone who wishes to, or are required by law to obtain or have a
dangerous goods driver’s license including truck drivers, tanker drivers etc.
A dangerous goods driver’s license is required for the transport of dangerous goods in the
- In a receptacle with a capacity of more than 500 liters
- If there is more than 500 kilograms in a single receptacle
- In the case of intermediate bulk containers (IBC’s) where the total capacity of all IBC’s is
more than 3000 liters or where any IBC is filled or emptied while on a vehicle.
|Course Code and Name||TLILIC0001 Licence to Transport Dangerous Goods by Road|
|Cost||$430.00 (Inclusive of EPA application fee, training, Dangerous Goods “Preparation to
Transport Dangerous Goods by Road Manual”, assessment, certificate and card)
|Duration||2 Days (16 hours) face-to-face|
|Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Pre-Requisites||
|On Completion||On successful completion of TLILIC0001 Licence to Transport Dangerous Goods by Road,
participants will be issued with a TLILIC0001 Licence to Transport Dangerous Goods by
Road Statement of Attainment by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd, and a Dangerous Goods
licence photo card, issued by the Environmental Protection Agency
Safe Load Program (SLP)
The safe load program (some people call it the safe load program passport due to former AIP
Australian Institute of Petroleum Passport) has been especially prepared to provide generic
introduction training for Bulk Fuel Loaders entering SLP participating Fuel terminals and depots
For people wishing to enter the workforce within the fuel industry as a bulk dangerous goods driver
(fuel tanker driver). Your SLP will be required for you to access into or to transport bulk
dangerous goods out of participating SLP fuel terminals including the major terminals and various
independent terminals and depots around Australia.
The course covers all aspects as to identify and classify dangerous goods, safe loading and
unloading dangerous goods procedures, apply workplace health and safety guidelines, control of
ignition sources and fire risk management please refer to covered topics as all the course generic
material is commonly used at all participating SLP fuel terminals including the major terminals and
various independent terminals and depots around Australia.
At the successful completion of this course the participant will attend a participating SLP fuel
terminal for a competency bases assessment of which all details will be supplied at the day of
training as it is a requirement that the training and assessment be conducted by separate parties.
|Course Title||SAFE LOAD PROGRAM (SLP)|
|Duration||6 – 8 hours face-to-face, depending upon clients’ needs and requirements|
|Safe Load Program (SLP) Pre-Requisites||Dangerous Goods Licence, issued by EPA|
|On Completion||On successful completion of the Safe Load Program, participants will be issued with a
SAFE LOAD PROGRAM Driver Identification Number, to take to a terminal and be assessed
PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A CURRENT DANGEROUS GOODS LICENCE BEFORE THEY CAN
UDERTAKE TRAINING IN SAFE LOAD PROGRAM (SLP)
employees anyone involved in the storage of Dangerous goods should be adequately trained to fully
comply with this workplace requirement.
|Course Title||Dangerous Goods Storage|
|Duration||4 – 6 hours depending upon clients’ needs and requirements|
To enrol in this course, please call us on 1800 889 029 or 02 4736 4735 to reserve your place as places are limited.
Dangerous Goods Courses conducted by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd are done so under RTO#: 21488,
are accredited through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and are applied by qualified Trainers &