“I love to build a rapport with my clients and really understand the holistic picture.”
Dangerous goods are woven into the fabric of so many diverse organizations e.g. WA Museum, Perth metro sire stations, Optus Stadium so each solution needs to be tailored to the client’s operational needs.
I also enjoy delivering training and workshops for clients and mentoring my team. It’s great to teach people something new whilst making the process relevant to them. Since the advent of the Globally Harmonised System (GHS), I’ve participated in several speaking events to initiate discussion and help build awareness of how this legislation affects different organisations and businesses.
In my spare time I love to sew and I recently won first and second prize at the Canning Show with garments I made for my son and daughter.
Amanda is an Associate of ACOR and holds a degree in Chemical Engineering. As an accredited (DMIRS) Dangerous Goods consultant she assists companies in achieving compliance and licensing with the Dangerous Goods Storage and Handling Regulations. This involves undertaking Dangerous Goods inspections and assessments, engineering compliance audits, safety audits and preparation of operational and control procedures.
With a Cert IV in Training and Assessment, Amanda has provided Danerous Goods Storage and Handling Training for local and National clients.