TISC provides a wide range of specialised and custom courses covering the transport and plant machinery.
Transport Emergency Response
Current regulatory requirements set out in Australian Dangerous Goods (DG) legislation place clear obligations on companies that transport dangerous goods.
It is a legal requirement that these companies have a Transport Emergency Response Plan (TERP) in place and that it is exercised on an annual basis. It is also necessary that staff who are involved in that plan have the appropriate training to undertake their role.
In response, TISC has developed a nationally recognised accredited course which is designed to assisting DG transport companies across Australia meet their legal obligations as well as enhancing their preparedness to respond to transport emergencies whatever the situation.
The program has the full support of DG industry peek bodies such as Canberra Regions Oil Industry Emergency Response Group (CROIERG) , the National Bulk Tanker Association (NBTA) state Emergency Service agencies as well as the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC).
This intensive 3 day course deals with the practical planning and tasks that relate to the transport emergency incident itself and focuses on responding personnel who will perform the “at incident” recovery and containment.
This course is nationally recognised and students who successfully complete the course will be able to apply for an Industry Emergency Responder card (conditions apply).
Full course information including pricing, duration, units of competency, course pre-requisites and licensing requirements can be found in our pre-course information sheet below.
Units of Competency:
Plan initial company response to a dangerous goods road transport emergency