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DGSA

Dangerous Goods Safety Advisors offering you friendly and professional help, training courses and support all year round.

Health & Safety

Whatever your industry sector is we have the knowledge and experience to ensure your health and safety needs are met.

Training

Llewellyn Europe supply a comprehensive range of training courses tailor made to suit all your transport requirements.

DGSA support, ADR, IMDG and IATA Training, MSDS production and Health and Safety advice.

We have over twenty years experience operating throughout Europe as Safety Advisors.

We are an experienced and dedicated company with a thorough understanding of European, International and domestic legislative requirements – providing help, support and advice on all aspects of ADR, IATA and IMDG training, DGSA and MSDS.

We specialise in providing safety audits. We assist companies in all matters of Health & Safety, Transport of Dangerous Goods and ADR Training.

We undertake work for a range of company sizes from small privately owned companies, SME’s to blue-chip PLC’s. We cover all appropriate sectors including the construction industry. No matter who we are dealing with, our mission remains the same – to provide cost effective and practicable advice on all Health & Safety requirements, from induction training to DGSA support, MSDS advice and beyond.

What is ADR?

ADR is essentially the European agreement regarding the International carriage of dangerous goods by road. Any organisation that is responsible for the transport of dangerous goods is required by law to have all drivers complete an ADR training course.

What is a DGSA?

It stands for Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor and is the nominated person who is responsible for monitoring, advising and reporting on dangerous goods within an organisation that either consigns, transports, loads or unloads dangerous goods in Europe.

What is MSDS?

The term stands for Material Safety Data Sheet and all dangerous substances or mixtures classified as irritant or above must produce an MSDS to communicate the risks involved in handling them. Under REACH and CLP requirements there is a set format to do this.

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