Guide for Drivers of Dangerous Goods Vehicles offering advice to help drivers carry out their duties safely.
Updated March 2018.
Driver training, Recognising dangerous substances, Scope of the rules, Vehicles carrying limited quantity packages, Transport categories, Documentation, Equipment, Safe loading-unloading and stowage procedures, Security, Segregation of incompatible substances, Vehicle markings, Safe parking considerations, Breakdown procedures, Fire prevention and Fire Extinguishers, Passengers, Actions in the event of an accident or emergency, Emergency aid, International road journeys and Journeys by sea.
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