Training for Private Sector on The Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road in Thailand – Batch 2
November 08, 2018

Enhancing capacity of private sector on dangerous goods transport by road in the Mekong Region is key to implement ADR and harmonize dangerous goods transport regulations in the region.

On 29-30 October 2018, the Project “Sustainable Freight Transport and Logistics in the Mekong Region” on behalf of GIZ in collaboration with Hazardous Substances Logistics Association (HASLA) organized a training for private sector on the transport of dangerous goods by road in Thailand – Batch 2 at Aetas Lumpini Hotel, Bangkok. HASLA members and companies from Lao PDR are target audiences for this training.

This 2-day training course covers 3 key areas of 1) theory parts on international requirements & linkage, examples of Thai regulations, 2) The practical parts on examples of roadside checks in Europe and exercise, and 3) The discussion and conclusion of the training and exercises. Pre and Post tests are carried out to ensure the improvement of knowledge gained from the training.

By the end of the training, 44 participants from 41 companies (38 companies from Thailand and 3 companies from Lao PDR) successfully passed the training.


ADR refers to The European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road.

Photo Credit:  Mr. Pongnarin Petchu

Photo Credit:  Mr. Pongnarin Petchu

Photo Credit:  Mr. Pongnarin Petchu