Australasian Institute of Dangerous Goods Consultants
AIDGC is here to help you keep your workplace safe as well as to avoid financial losses, insurance problems and the harsh penalties that can result from an accident. AIDGC is an independent industry body that gives you access to over 50 professionally qualified members.
AIDGC is recommended by many regulatory authorities including SafeWork NSW.
Annual Conference 2021/2022: Friday 25 February 2022
It is planned as a face to face in Sydney, so we can meet and network. If there are still travel restrictions doe to Covid situation demands, an online option may be available but is not currently planned. Due to our previous venue being used as a Covid quarantine hotel, the conference will be at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need alternative registration options.
Presentations by the experts on:
- Hydrogen – sounds great, but what are the hazards?
- Hazardous areas and hazardous atmospheres – risks, regulations and Standards
- GHS changes and effects on dangerous goods classification
Presentations, by those who know, about:
- ADG Code version 7.8 and international alignment
- Regulatory changes
- Review of significant incidents
- Changes in Australian Standards
Accompanying Workshop – Batteries. Thursday 24 Feb 2022
- Safety aspects of lithium ion and other batteries in use and in storage
- Program and registration details will soon be available on the website and emailed to members.
We cover all chemicals, variously called “hazardous chemicals”, “dangerous goods”, “hazardous substances”, “hazardous materials” and the like, depending on the applicable legislation. We also cover dangerous goods which are articles, such as batteries.
Hazardous chemicals or dangerous goods exist in almost all businesses, big and small. Put simply, they are substances that may pose an immediate hazard to people, property or the environment.
With strict, recently changed regulations, harsh penalties and serious dangers, if you don’t understand your risks and meet your legal responsibilities, the consequences can be catastrophic – businesses can go under, staff can get injured and people may even die.
AIDGC consulting members can assist with all aspects of hazardous chemicals or dangerous goods in transport, storage, use and management.
Understand the risks. Meet your responsibilities.
What are dangerous goods?
To be sure you are using, storing and handling your dangerous goods safely, you need to understand the properties of a wide range of chemicals. Failing to manage the risks can have dramatic consequences. Find out more about dangerous goods
Where can I find a qualified consultant?
AIDGC Member consultants have met requirements that include formal competency assessment in the storage, handling and use of dangerous goods. Find a consultant
How can I become an AIDGC member?
Apply online for membership of AIDGC at Corporate, Consultant, Associate or Student level. All applications require Board approval. Become a member