The unfilled space in a container of liquid.
UN number (in relation to dangerous goods) – the identification number shown in the Australian Dangerous Goods Code for Transport by Road and Rail (6th edition), Volume 2, Technical Appendices) in relation to those goods.
(Note: Some SSAN products, such as calcium ammonium nitrate, that is not a Dangerous good, will not have a UN number).
United Nations (UN) Classification
The classification of dangerous goods as outlined in the current edition of the document titled Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, published by the United Nations (UN). The detailed tests supporting the Recommendations are described in a companion UN publication namely the Manual of Tests and Criteria.
Access to a explosives or security sensitive dangerous substances in circumstances where no other person who is authorised under a licence to store or handle explosives or security sensitive dangerous substances is present and includes:
These units of competency are recommended for current Drill and Blast Engineers, Superintendents, Supervisors and Senior Shotfirers wishing to increase both their design and management skills.
Course assessment is by completion of classroom and online components and by assignment submission.
Class size is limited to eight persons on a first come basis.
Course leader is Peter Duniam BE. MPM. Director of Blast Management International with over thirty years industry experience.
5 DAY COURSE
MAY 11-15, 2020
$2,900 per person includes lunch each day, 500 page colour manual and statement of attainment for the completed competencies.
ENQUIRIES & BOOKINGS
Phone (07) 3348 5144
0409 001 186
Note this class is not suitable for persons without comprehensive drill and blast experience in either an engineering or operational role.