DGSA, ADR , IMDG , ICAO, IATA, Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser , Hazload , Tachograph , Analysis , 561/2006 , AETR , Training
ADR , IMDG , ICAO, IATA, Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser , Hazload , Tachograph , Analysis , DGSA , 561/2006 , AETR , Training
ADR , IMDG , ICAO, IATA, Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser , Hazload , Tachograph , Analysis , DGSA , 561/2006 , AETR , Training

The current system to teach and test drivers about dangerous goods transport regulations is completely useless.

Why?

Go and get a driver with ADR certificate and ask about any part of the law.

Most of the drivers won’t be able to answer. And I think they don’t need to answer it.

You know why?

It’s too long and complicated and changing in every second year. Impossible to keep in your mind, even if you use it every day.

So the conclusion is, make tests focusing only on the main topics. Simplify the training. And of course, every involved person and company need support from experts.

Take the pressure and liability off the drivers. Let them do their job.

Believe me, that’s hard enough.

 

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ADR , IMDG , ICAO, IATA, Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser , Hazload , Tachograph , Analysis , DGSA , 561/2006 , AETR , Training