British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals - BADGP
CHCS is delighted to have a Memorandum of Understanding with the UK-based British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals, known as BADGP. This relationship offers benefits to members of both organisations.
The aims of the MoU are as follows:
Forthcoming BADGP Events
Other events are currently being planned. For more details you can visit the BADGP website at:www.badgp.org
Or sign up to the BADGP Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/bBqr3v for notification of events.
Benefits Of MoU To Our Members
CHCS Members: Registering For A BADGP Event
If a CHCS member wishes to book onto a BADGP event, please download your CHCS membership card and email it to the BADGP Office (firstname.lastname@example.org). By doing so, you agree that BADGP can verify your CHCS membership with the CHCS office. BADGP will then email you back with instructions on how to register for the event.
BADGP Members: Registering For A CHCS Event
If a BADGP member wishes to book onto a CHCS event, please download your BADGP membership card and email it to the CHCS Office (email@example.com). By doing so, you agree that CHCS can verify your BADGP membership with the BADGP office. We will then email you back with instructions on how to register for the event.
BADGP are committed to supporting and developing Dangerous Goods Safety Advisers (DGSAs) and other people responsible for dangerous goods, in all modes of transport, to enable them to have the necessary knowledge and skills to maintain safety and attaining compliance to the dangerous goods regulatory codes within their work functions. Supporting the professionals who work in the business of dangerous goods helps promote the safe transport of materials that present risk.
BADGP Contact Details, Social Media & Mailing List
You can find out more about BADGP, from their website and social media feeds, and you can sign up to their mailing list:
Any questions? Contact the CHCS Office.
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