North West, UK Office
North West, UK Office
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Do you require a Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA)?

Organisations who pack, consign, load and carry dangerous goods by road must appoint a Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA).

We can act as your DGSA. Save money on exam fees and utilise our expert knowledge to ensure your compliance.

What should your DGSA do for you?

The purpose of the DGSA is to advise the undertaking in and monitor the compliance with the carriage of dangerous goods, prepare an annual report to the undertaking and ensure that all specified procedures are in place and adhered to.

The appointed DGSA will cover all modes of transport and will support and guide the company to comply by covering the following areas (See to the right)


We are experienced in handling all classes of dangerous goods.  We also offer training packages as well.

We also offer consultancy and training in Health & Safety, HR / Employment Law and GDPR.

Total Risk Management.

  • Health check visits to ensure that you are aware of the rules regarding products you are manufacturing or transporting.
  • Compliance visits and legislation updates
  • On-site, telephone and email support as required, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  • Incident investigation.
  • Advice on packaging, training, ADR and vehicle requirements.
  • Training for packers, consignors, loaders, off-loaders and transport office staff.
  • To provide you with an annual DGSA Compliance Performance Report for the transport of dangerous goods – a legal requirement in ADR for any undertaking working with dangerous goods.
  • The provision of site security plans and training.
  • Advice and validation for dangerous goods consignment under ADR (UK & EU Road), the IMDG Code (Sea), ICAO TI and IATA DGR (Air) and 49 CFR (USA)