Persons driving a vehicle transporting dangerous goods by road in a receptacle with a capacity of more than 500L/or more than 500kg, must also hold a current 'Dangerous goods driver licence'.
You must complete a 'Dangerous goods vehicle licence application' (F2259) to notify the department whenever changes occur to:
- the number of vehicles attached to the licence (for example, add or remove vehicles); and/or
- the registration details of vehicles attached to the licence; and/or
- your business/postal or residential address details; and/or
- your personal or business name.
A list of Registered Training Organisations (RTO's) authorised to provide the dangerous goods driver licence course can be found online at https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/licensing/driver-licensing/applying/dangerous/rto
If you sell the business, the licence label/s must be removed from the vehicle/s and destroy the label/s and notify the department of the disposal. The new proprietor must apply for a new licence. The vehicle must not be used to transport dangerous goods until a new licence is obtained.
You can obtain additional information about transporting dangerous goods in Queensland on the Business Queensland website.