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PENTAGON FREIGHT SERVICES PLC

PENTAGON FREIGHT CENTRE UNIT 2 KIRKTON DRIVE DYCE ABERDEEN AB21 0BG

TEL: +44 (0)1224 405600 FAX: +44 (0)1224 405601 EMAIL: [email protected] WWW.PENTAGONFREIGHT.COM

DANGEROUS GOODS DIVISION COURSES AND SERVICES 2016

DANGEROUS GOODS DIVISION COURSES AND SERVICES 2016 PENTAGON FREIGHT SERVICES PLC

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CONTENTS Overview

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OVERVIEW The Pentagon Freight Services Dangerous Goods Division in Aberdeen was set up in February 2010 to satisfy the demands of our client base. Since then we have expanded the services provided to include a comprehensive course portfolio.

DG Awareness

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DG by Air (CAA approved)

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DG by Sea

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ADR Consignors

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Throughout this catalogue you can find further information on content and dates.

ADR Driver Training (CPC)

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Our team currently consists of:

Lithium Battery Workshop

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Radioactive Material (Air and Sea)

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DG packaging

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DGSA

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Air Cargo Aviation Security Training (DfT approved)

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Dangerous Goods Course Calendar 2016

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Following an impressive building extension to our Aberdeen facility in 2012 we are fortunate that we now have purpose built training facilities with ample parking.

Craig Franklin – Dangerous Goods Division Manager, DGSA and CAA approved Trainer Craig has been employed with Pentagon freight for almost 6 years and joined to set up, and manage, the dangerous goods department. With almost 21 years’ experience in the dangerous goods field Craig has been involved with sending all types of hazardous shipments including air charters for explosive and radioactive shipments and the packing of infectious substances. Craig is a CAA approved instructor for the dangerous goods by air course and also teaches the dangerous goods by sea, radioactive material by sea and the ADR road courses as well as the SQA / JAUPT approved ADR driver training programme. Julie Lea – Dangeros Goods Supervisor, CAA approved trainer, DGSA, and Aviation Security Manager Julie has been employed at Pentagon Freight for over 5 years and involved in the development and success of the Dangerous Goods division. With over 16 years in the aviation industry, having gained operational experience prior to moving into training. Alan Buck – Dangerous Goods Coordinator. Dangerous Goods Instructor Alan has been with Pentagon for over 3 years, with another 5 years’ experience with a cargo handler, he has 8 years’ experience dealing with DG’s and has recently joined in with instructing. Michael McFarlane – Dangerous Goods co-ordinator Mike has been employed at Pentagon Freight Services for 5 years and has worked full time in the Dangerous goods department for 2 years. Prior to working at Pentagon Mike studied Biomedical Sciences. Michal Berlik - Dangerous Goods co-ordinator Michal has been employed at Pentagon Freight services for 5 years and joined the Dangerous department a few months ago. Prior to working at Pentagon Michal studied Freight Forwarding and Economics.

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DG AWARENESS

DG BY AIR (CAA APPROVED)

This Dangerous Goods Awareness course is multi modal and designed with those involved with the transport of dangerous goods in mind.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Due to an increase in incidents involving dangerous goods in transport, this course is an essential introduction to dangerous goods transportation as the regulations state “personnel involved in the transport of dangerous goods must be trained”. Whether new to dangerous goods transportation or as a refresher, this course will benefit those not directly involved in the packing and documenting of dangerous goods by enabling them to identify dangerous goods during transport. The course includes: • A background to the regulations • Identification of the nine classes • Package markings and labels

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Documentation Safe Handling Dealing with incidents

The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (3 day initial or 2 day revalidation) course is designed for personnel who prepare / accept shipments of dangerous goods for air transport. By the end of the course, delegates will be able to: • Classify • Package • Mark and label • Complete a Shipper’s Declaration • Check/accept a dangerous goods shipment suitably for air transport This course is CAA approved (approval number 018945). There will be an exam on the third afternoon; successful delegates will Receive a certificate which is valid for two years.

If your business involves any single mode of transport we also offer the individual modal awareness, rates can be provided upon request for all of our awareness courses, please contact us for more details.

3 day dangerous goods by air: £365.00 per delegate (inclusive of CAA registration fee)

DG BY AIR COURSE DATES

½ day dangerous goods awareness: £65.00 per delegate

DG AWARENESS COURSE DATES

12th January

16th February

15th March

12th April

10th May

14th June

5th July

16th August

13th September

11th October

15th November

1st December

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22 -24 February

21st -23rd March

18th - 20th April

16th - 18th May

20th - 22nd June

11th - 13th July

22nd - 24th August

19th - 21st September

17th - 19th October

21st - 23rd November

5th - 7th December

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DG BY SEA

ADR CONSIGNORS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Sea (2 day) course is designed to equip delegates with the knowledge required to prepare a shipment of dangerous goods for sea transport.

Our ADR consignors course is designed for personnel who are involved in either the packing, labelling, documentation, the loading / un-loading of dangerous goods for transport by road.

By the end of the course, delegates will be able to: • Classify Dangerous Goods • Correctly package dangerous goods for transport. • Correctly mark and label a package. • Complete a dangerous goods note.

By the end of the course, delegates will be able to: • Classify, package, mark and label a dangerous goods consignment using the ADR regulations • Complete the required documentation • Correctly mark and placard vehicles which are used for carrying dangerous goods.

As of 1st January 2010 it is a mandatory requirement that refresher training is undertaken to take into account changes in the regulations and practice. There will be an exam on the second afternoon; successful delegates will receive a certificate.

Following this 2 day course there will be an examination; successful delegates will receive a certificate which is valid for two years. 2 day ADR consignors’ course: £205.00

2 day dangerous goods by sea: £285.00 per delegate

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21 - 22 January

25 -26 February

24 -25 March

21 - 22 April

14th - 15th July

25th - 26th August

22nd - 23rd September

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ADR DRIVER TRAINING (CPC)

LITHIUM BATTERY WORKSHOP

COURSE DESCRIPTION

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Our ADR dangerous goods driver initial training courses can be tailored to meet customer requirements.

Due to recent changes in regulations, and due to customer concerns in abiding by these changes, we are pleased to offer our lithium battery workshop. This half day awareness level course will cover the following topics: • A brief back ground on lithium • Identify the differences between cells, batteries, lithium metal and lithium ion • Understand the classification process with lithium batteries • Identification of goods which may contain lithium batteries by package marks, labels, and package specifications • Recognise the documentation used to Transport Lithium batteries • Identify the potential hidden hazards in cargo • Understand your responsibilities in an emergency situation concerning a damaged shipment.

Our course is run from Monday to Sunday which covers a total of 12 modules. This course equips delegates with the information required to pass the examinations which are set by the SQA. Our course also counts towards driver CPC hours in accordance with JAUPT and the DSA requirements – please ask for more details on driver hours and your requirements. Pentagon Freight Services is both an SQA and JAUPT approved centre.

½ day lithium battery workshop: £65.00 per delegate (dates upon request)

Total costs for these courses is £405.00 per delegate plus £20.00 per module for the SQA examinations, the full ADR course has a total of 12 examinations, these include: • • • •

CORE PACKAGES TANKERS CLASSES 1 – 9

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1st-7th August

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RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (AIR AND SEA)

SERVICES

COURSE DESCRIPTION

DG packaging The Dangerous Goods Division has the facilities to pack, label and / or document your dangerous goods on your behalf, resulting in a one stop shop for all types of cargo.

The course will cover the following topics: • Background introduction to radioactive material • Applicability and limitations • Classification • Identification of UN numbers and proper shipping names • Determination of activities • Packing, packing instructions and packing criteria, including excepted package limits etc. • Package test procedures • Marking, labelling and documentation • Operator requirements, including segregation and separation

Our staff are trained to deal with all nine classes of dangerous goods, so whether it’s a tin of paint or a radioactive source, we can help. We also stock a large selection of UN approved packaging, if required. Over-packing / crating is also available and rates for these can be advised upon confirmation of dimensions.

2 day radioactive material by air: £315.00 per delegate 1 day radioactive material by sea: £290.00 per delegate Dates available on request.

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DGSA

AIR CARGO AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING

CONSULTANCY SERVICES

(DFT APPROVED)

When you send, carry or receive dangerous goods by road, rail or inland waterway, above a certain load size, and it is your main activity, you must appoint a Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser (DGSA).

Both shippers and agents involved in air cargo have to take responsibility of the security of such cargo due to ongoing changes in the legislation.

The above rule applies to shippers, hauliers, carriers, packers, fillers, loaders and unloaders of dangerous goods.

As part of the validation process for the shippers (Known Consignors) or forwarders/agents (Regulated agents) training must be provided to those with access to air cargo. Delegates attending either course are required to be tested and successful delegates will receive a certificate which is valid for two years

Legislation states that ‘Dangerous goods’ are products that post a risk to health, safety, property and the environment, including clinical waste, acids, hazardous chemicals and explosives etc.

We offer DfT approved training to both Known Consignors and Regulated Agents on a request basis.

As part of our service we can offer our DGSA consultancy, which includes: • Initial DGSA site visit / audit. • Telephone and email support for your day to day interaction with dangerous goods for your team, for all modes of transport. • Annual report. Rates can be provided upon request, please contact us for more details.

Alternatively a nominated person within your organisation is required to hold the relevant qualification and can attend one of our DGSA training courses which are scheduled to coincide with the quarterly SQA DGSA exams. There are three exams which must be successfully completed within 12 months. We will provide delegates with all the required regulations and publications as part of your course fee and enrol the nominated person on your behalf.

Known Consignors The syllabus for Known Consignor training changed in 2012, Modules 1-8 cover the syllabus from basic security awareness to training for those responsible for security and dependant on the individuals job function? A test will be provided at the end to ensure understanding. Regulated Agents Training for Regulated agents, be they the forwarder, handling agent, airline staff and drivers involved in the transport of secure cargo has been compulsory for many years and again is dependant of the job function. A test is also required upon completion of this course. Level A – General Security Awareness – ½ day Level B – Drivers – ½ day Level D – Handling and preparing cargo – 1 day Level E – Cargo Screeners – 1 ½ days Level F – Supervisors – 2 days

Please see the SQA website for more details or feel free to contact us.

Level G – Managers – 2 ½ days Dates and prices on request

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DANGEROUS GOODS COURSE CALENDAR 2016

DANGEROUS GOODS COURSE CALENDAR 2016

JANUARY 2016

FEBRUARY 2016

JULY 2016

AUGUST 2016

12th Dangerous goods awareness 18th - 20th Dangerous goods by air 21st - 22nd Dangerous goods by sea

1st - 7th ADR Driver training (CPC) 16th Dangerous goods awareness 22nd -24th Dangerous goods by air 25th - 26th Dangerous goods by sea

5th Dangerous goods awareness 11th - 13th Dangerous goods by air 14th - 15th Dangerous goods by sea

1st - 7th ADR Driver training (CPC) 16th Dangerous goods awareness 22nd - 24th Dangerous goods by air 25th - 26th Dangerous goods by sea

MARCH 2016

APRIL 2016

2nd - 3rd ADR Consignors course 15th Dangerous goods awareness 21st - 23rd Dangerous goods by air 24th - 25th Dangerous goods by sea

11th - 17th ADR Driver training (CPC) 12th Dangerous goods awareness 18th - 20th Dangerous goods by air 21st - 22nd Dangerous goods by sea

MAY 2016

JUNE 2016

10th Dangerous goods awareness 16th - 18th Dangerous goods by air 19th - 20th Dangerous goods by sea

6th - 12th ADR Driver training (CPC) 8th - 9th ADR Consignors course 14th Dangerous goods awareness 20th - 22nd Dangerous goods by air 23rd - 24th Dangerous goods by sea

SEPTEMBER 2016 7th - 8th ADR Consignors course 13th Dangerous goods awareness 19th - 21st Dangerous goods by air 22nd - 23rd Dangerous goods by sea

NOVEMBER 2016 31st Oct - 6th Nov ADR Driver training (CPC) d 15th Dangerous goods awareness 16th - 17th ADR Consignors course 21st - 23rd Dangerous goods by air 24th - 25th Dangerous goods by sea

“Taking the stress out of your dangerous goods”

OCTOBER 2016 3rd - 9th ADR Driver training (CPC) 11th Dangerous goods awareness 17th - 19th Dangerous goods by air 20th - 21st Dangerous goods by sea

DECEMBER 2016 1st Dangerous goods awareness 5th - 7th Dangerous goods by air 8th - 9th Dangerous goods by sea

“Taking the stress out of your dangerous goods”

The current regulations are available for purchase on request. All course dates are correct at the time of printing and may be subject to change.

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