A guide for shipping dangerous (Hazardous) goods 2013
Due to the growing International concerns of acts of terrorism, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe have put in place the: European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Sam’s Transport & Hazardous Goods have taken every effort to ensure that this guide was written responsibly. Therefore, we would like to make clear that whilst this information will simplify some of the rules, you should seek official advice before taking any actions.
First up, let’s have a quick overview of some of the things you may need if you’re thinking of transporting dangerous goods.
Training for your staff.
You will need to ensure that your staff have (of receive) the appropriate training to ensure that they follow the rules when they pack and label them.
You may also need to have your own Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser (DGSA)
Packaging & labelling your goods.
You must ensure that your dangerous goods are packaged and labelled in the correct way. If you have your own Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser, they will be able to tell you this.