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WHO NEEDS A DANGEROUS GOODS SAFETY ADVISOR?

WHO NEEDS A DANGEROUS GOODS SAFETY ADVISOR?

Traders must appoint a dangerous goods safety advisor (DGSA) if their business regularly transports, packs, fills, loads or unloads dangerous goods. This applies to goods sent by ROAD, RAIL and INLAND WATERWAY. DGSA's are not expected to monitor procedures related to...

Are dangerous goods notes accurate enough?

Are dangerous goods notes accurate enough?

The foremost regulatory responsibility of a consignor/shipper/offeror is to prepare dangerous goods so that they are compliantly classified, packed, marked, labelled and declared in accordance with applicable national and international transport regulations that any...

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