Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence
Transporting bulk DANGEROUS GOODS by road in Australia requires a Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence. Attend and complete a 2 day training course with Nationwide Training to apply for a National Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence in Western Australia.
Nationwide Training is Endorsed by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation & Safety (DMIRS) to conduct Dangerous Goods training in Western Australia.
Note: DMP is now DMIRS = Department of Mines, Industry Regulation & Safety
"Very good subject knowledge, backed up with practical examples and was able to convey information in a way that everyone could relate to." - A.Sonter
"Everything was great. Books and all resources where ready and available plus the trainer had great knowledge and industry experience." - D.Bently, Downer Group
"The trainer was enthusiastic and had a huge amount of knowledge." - Glenn, Hamptons
"The assistance provided by all staff from reception to the trainer was very polite, respectful and helpful." - P.Page, Luapeak Transport
"The training improved my knowledge and skills and the trainer was exceptional." - V.Ralph
7:30am to 4:30pm (approx.) at Nationwide Training Osborne Park
2 day Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence $360 GST free
Onsite training is available anywhere in Western Australia contact our office for a quote.
Must be 18 years of age to apply for a DMIRS Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence
Must read before attending the course the DMIRS Dangerous Goods Safety Information Sheet and Dangerous Goods and Explosives Licences Medical Certificate or the DMIRS website
Must complete pre-reading of the Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence Manual
Must wear fully enclosed shoes
Must be able to read, write and understand English
Must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) www.usi.gov.au
If possible bring along a laptop for viewing the Australian Dangerous Goods Code 7.4 electronically
Note: Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence Online Applications are submitted via the SRS system. You can register on the DMIRS SRS webpage
Classes/Divisions: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9
Dangerous goods history and legislation
Recognition of dangerous goods
Dangerous goods packaging
Hazchem Emergency Action Code
Marking of vehicles and freight containers
Stowage and segregation
Responsibilities in an emergency
Fluids transferred in bulk
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
This classroom-based training is delivered face to face. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available.
On successful completion of this course you will receive a Statement of Attainment issued by Nationwide Training:
Hazchem Action Card
Load Restraint Guide
Australian Dangerous Goods Code
Dangerous Goods Segregation Wheel
Chemical Segregation for Storage Poster
HB76:2010 Dangerous Goods - Initial Emergency Response Guide
Please refer to our NT Book Shop web page for more resource information.