Dangerous goods refer to solids, liquids and gases that can harm people, the environment or property due to their physical or chemical properties. In Australia, transport of dangerous goods is guided by the Australian Dangerous Goods Code (ADGC). This document, in conjunction with state and national laws, standardizes how dangerous goods should be transported. The following is a list of dangerous goods according to the ADGC. Flammable liquids, Class 3 Substances prone to combustion, Division 4.
The safety of workers at your factory is important and must be made part of the daily routine. You also need to ensure that the assets of the firm operate without endangering the lives of people. Any risks need to be averted to protect loss of assets from fires or other safety hazards. Confined space training provides different measures of safeguarding property and self. The following are the reasons why your employees should register for lessons.