DGSA Consultancy

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Date: 19th November
Course: Driver ADR Training
Location: Great Yarmouth
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Date: 20th November
Course: Driver CPC Training
Location: Great Yarmouth
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Date: 22nd November
Course: ADR Tanks Course
Location: Great Yarmouth
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Date: 24th November
Course: ADR Class 1
Location: Great Yarmouth
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Date: 1st December
Course: Driver CPC Training
Location: Ipswich
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Date: 10th December
Course: Driver ADR Training
Location: Ipswich
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Date: 5th January
Course: Driver CPC Training
Location: Ipswich
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Date: 12th January
Course: Driver CPC Training
Location: Ipswich
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Date: 25th February
Course: D.G.S.A. Training
Location: Great Yarmouth
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DGSA Consultancy

Dangerous Goods Consultancy

A Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA), is legally required if you are involved in the transportation or storage of Dangerous Goods.


The Carriage of Dangerous Goods Regulations specify that any organisation involved in the carriage, or related packing, loading, filling, or unloading of dangerous goods has a legal obligation to appoint a Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA).


Don Hunter Training Services Ltd  can provide a DGSA consultancy service via our qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor. This service is tailored to meet the needs of the individual client.


The key aspects of this DGSA service are as follows:

  • Monitor compliance with the rules governing the transport of dangerous goods.
  • Provide advice to the client regarding the transportation of dangerous goods.
  • Prepare an annual report to the client on their activities in the transport of dangerous goods.

As part of the Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA) consultancy service we will:

  • Provide an initial dangerous goods safety audit
  • Provide clients with on-site, telephone and email support, as required
  • Investigate and report on accidents/incidents involving the transport of dangerous goods.
  • Advise on:
    – Practices and procedures relating to the transport and storage of hazardous goods
    – Training requirements for staff involved in the transport and handling of dangerous goods
    – The requirements of ADR
    – Vehicle suitability for the transportation of various hazard classes of dangerous goods
    – Produce an annual report on the carriage of dangerous goods – a legal requirement in ADR for anyone transporting dangerous goods.

Please contact us  for advice and to arrange a site visit in order to discuss your requirements and cost involved in our  DGSA Service.