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Dangerous Goods – Understanding the Basics

Join the NatRoad webinar presented by Debra Kirk from the National Transport Commission to find out exactly what you need to know to move dangerous goods.

All too often road freight operators are not aware of the basics or may overcompensate to carry certain categories of dangerous goods.

The webinar will cover critical aspects of dangerous goods regulation: responsibility, risk and control, types of loads, which controls apply to which categories, training and due diligence. You will also have the opportunity to have your questions answered during the webinar.

Registration is free and part of the NatRoad membership benefits to support member compliance.

Speaker: Debra Kirk, Manager, Legislative Reform, National Transport Commission

Debra is a highly motivated and experienced professional with a passion for improving processes, safety outcomes and administration of compliance and legislative requirements related to high-risk occupational activities, particularly those related to dangerous goods

Debra is the Manager Legislative Reform with the National Transport Commission.  The NTC is an independent statutory body that develops regulatory and operational reform proposals to government on road, rail and intermodal transport, including the land transport of dangerous goods.

Debra has extensive experience in both health and safety governance and the management of chemicals. She has worked in various industries including construction, logistics and the steel industry as well as for WorkSafe Victoria.

Having worked for both industry and regulator, Debra is driven to bridge the gap between regulator and duty holder to deliver safe and compliant outcomes.

Click here to register for this Zoom webinar.



  • Debra Kirk, National Transport Commission

Event Schedule Details

  • 23 February, 2022 11:00 am - 11:45 am
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