Dangerous Goods Endorsement

Classes: Saturday 8am - 3pm

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You must hold a Dangerous Goods (DG) endorsement on your licence if you want to transport dangerous or hazardous goods on NZ roads.

The DG endorsement expires every five years at which point you must re-sit a DG assessment and have it endorsed on your licence.



To be eligible:

This course includes:

You must have

  1. You must hold a current NZ Licence for the vehicle you're using to transport the dangerous or hazardous goods.
  2. A good understanding of English, & be able to read & write in English to be able to complete this Course

Group Bookings:

We are able to run the course on any day suitable to you (for bookings of five or more) 

Please call us on PH: 0800 244666

Dangerous Goods Licence course includes:

  1. Training based on New Zealand Qualifications Authority unit standard 16718. (5 credits)
  2. The course will cover these topics: 
  • Documentation
  • Transporting
  • Hazard Response
  • Segregation
  • Quantities
  • Placards
  • Packing / Packaging   

All course resources are included in our prices and are provided at time of booking.

Please note:

All Prices include GST

No re-sit fees, should you need to re-sit.

On satisfactory completion of course, a certificate will be issued which you must take to the AA or VTNZ, with a completed DL19 application form (AA or VTNZ fee to upgrade your licence $44.00) 

The certificate must be lodged to the AA or VTNZ within 60 days of issue.


What are dangerous goods?

Dangerous goods for transport on land include substances and articles that have explosive, flammable, toxic, infectious, corrosive or environmentally hazardous properties, and containers that have held dangerous goods. All classes of dangerous goods are described in table A of the Rule, which is based on classifications in the United Nations (UN) Recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods – model regulations.

Commonly available goods that are classified as dangerous for transport include:
• ammunition and fireworks
• aerosol canisters
• LPG and CNG cylinders
• oxyacetylene and other welding cylinders
• compressed air cylinders for scuba diving
• diesel
• flammable liquids such as petrol, kerosene, methylated spirits,
turpentine, thinners, solvent-based paints and epoxy resin
• hardener for epoxy resin
• some swimming pool chemicals
• some commercial and household cleaning products, such as
dishwasher detergents
• some garden care products




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