Course to update the card transport of dangerous goods
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The special authorization, that alone does not authorize driving unless accompanied permit ordinary driving force required for the vehicle in question, must take it with the owner, together with the corresponding driving license, and display it to the authority or its agents upon request.
The ADR regulations govern the transport of dangerous goods by road and the international level, depending on the type of goods transported are 4 types of authorizations:
-Basic: Generally dangerous substances (less detailed below)
-Cisterns: Material transported in tank vehicles
-EXPLOSIVOS: Material classified explosive in the ADR
-RADIACTIVOS: Radioactive Material classified as ADR
This course is aimed at professionals in the transport of goods by road who are holders of ADR authorization with more than five years old sector.
The validity of this special authorization may be extended for further periods of five years, at any Provincial Traffic to extend the validity of the authorization holder it shall be followed with advantage during the year prior to the expiration of the term of authorization, refresher training and further and pass a test in the Provincial Traffic.
1. ADR initial training (12 classes);
2. specialization ADR tanks (6 classes)
-Date Preview: September 18 from 17:30 to 22:15 and 19 to September 20 from 9:00 to 14:00
-Registration To: September 16, 2016
-Duration: 36 hours
After completing the course it will be communicated to the competent body and the process of issuing the ADR card will start.
Consult price list and special conditions for groups and companies. Since companies can bonificarse training to carry out their workers in the General Scheme, so this training can be free because the invoice amount is deducted from the fund that the company has in the contributions to Social Security, being processed this bonus from the listing bulletin. Also you obtain tax benefits and that the cost of training of staff is entitled to a deduction of 5-10% in the share of corporate income tax and personal income tax (Art. 40 RDL 4/2004)