ADR Test: Why do you need it?
If your vehicles carry dangerous or hazardous goods in bulk by road, then it’s a good idea to ensure that applicants to any driving jobs you’re advertising have up-to-date knowledge of the ADR test requirements. You can also use this assessment as a constituent of your training programme to make sure existing employees are fully up to date with changes to regulations and overall safety requirements.
Interesting(?) fact – ADR stands for ‘Accord Dangereux Routier’ which are the European regulations concerning international road transport of dangerous goods.
Overview of a ADR Test
Designed to assess an individual’s knowledge of the safety requirements for the carriage of hazardous goods. Candidates are presented with a variety of question styles including true or false statements and multiple choice questions.
As well as our ADR Test, there are several complementary tests that come under the Logistics Skills Tests module: