Expert chemical training
Why do I need chemical training?
- Anyone using orhandling hazardous goods should be suitably trained to be aware of the potential risks involved and how to recognise them
- Remain compliant with international regulatory regimes and legislative changes
Why choose Adler and Allan?
- We have a team of experienced regulatory affairs specialists with chemistry degrees and DGSA qualifications
- Experienced in supply and transport legislation including CLP/GHS and REACH
Chemical Safety Training
It is a legal requirement for anyone who uses or handles hazardous goods to be suitably trained. Our Chemical Hazard Awareness course will give them an insight on label interpretation, safe handling, and incident management. Additional modules, such as practical spill response can be added, if required. Find out more today.
Learn more about chemical training
- CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) Training
CLP is the legislation which enforces the Global Harmonisation System (GHS) in Europe and requires the correct classification of hazardous substances and mixtures. For suppliers of chemicals who need to generate Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and product labels, we can train staff to classify products correctly and ensure that they have the necessary information to comply with the latest CLP/GHS regulations.
For more information please visit: http://www.24-7response.org/247ea/training/clp-training/
- Lithium Battery Safety and Legislation Training
Regular changes to legislation place many new restrictions on the transport and supply of lithium metal, lithium-ion and lithium polymer cells and batteries. Our course will not only clarify what the legislation means to those involved with lithium batteries, we will also give delegates an understanding of what the hazards and are why the legislation is necessary.
For more information please visit: http://www.24-7response.org/247ea/training/lithium-battery-training/
- DGSA Training
The Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor Directive requires organisations involved in the transportation of dangerous goods above certain thresholds to appoint one or more qualified DGSA(s). Our 5 day training course takes delegates through what is required to pass the examinations to qualify as a DGSA by road. On passing the examination the delegate will be able to advise on health, safety and environmental matters in connection with the transportation of dangerous goods by road.
For more information please visit: http://www.24-7response.org/247ea/training/dgsa-training/