ADR Multilateral Agreements M333 & M334

With the signing of M333 & M334 candidations that hold a ADR driver training certificate or a DGSA qualification that was due to  expire between 1st March 2020 and the 1st of September 2021, have until the 30th of September 2021 to renew the qualifcation.

Both Multilateral Agreements expire 1st October 2021

ADR Drivers – M 333 link to details

DGSA’s – M334 link to details

Online DGSA Training

The results are in for another group of new and renewing DGSA candidates.

This group wer trained exclusively on line using Zoom due to the restrictions and challenges created by Covid 19.

We receveied glowing feedback from participants at the time but held judgement until th eresults were in; again our candidates have achieved some very high results.

We can announce that Zoom online DGSA traing is a sucess.

Interested in doing the DGSA from work or the comfort of your own home; here is what you need

Suitable competer, laptop or tablet – doesnt work well with a smart phone due to the side of the screem

Webcamera  and Microphone – all features of “modern” computers, laptops and tables

Internet connection

Course course kit and login details – contact HazChem Training Ltd for details info@hazchem.ie or 01 6291800 to book in

Courses now available for the February & July exams 🙂

Fantastic News

The CILT & HSA will allow training providers to accept non-Irish driver training certificate holders to refrehser driver training in Ireland.

This means that drivers who currently hold non-Irish  ADR / HazChem Driver training Certificates can refesh their certificates in Ireland.

Unfortunatley this only applies to certificates issued covering the same classes covered in Ireland

British certificates may be accepted; but only those covering Class 2-6, 8 and 9.

As warned; short cuts dont shorten the journey, they simply add to the end what we didn’t do at the beginining.

We look forward to seeing you on a upcoming training course.