dangerous goods Articles

  • Introduction to Dangerous Goods Regulations

    The UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Model Regulations (TDG Model Regulations) is a guidance document developed by the United Nations to uniform the development of national and international regulations governing the various modes of transport of dangerous goods (by air, by road and by sea). Most of dangerous goods regulations such as IMDG Code, IATA and other national ...


    By ChemSafetyPRO.COM

  • The new Carriage of Dangerous Goods Regulations

    Untitled Document What do they mean for transporters of small loads? The Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of ...

  • Amendment dangerous goods safety marks

    This proposed amendment will correct some of the dangerous goods safety mark issues that Amendment 6 brought us. This amendment has been published on Transport Canada’s (TC) website for public input. The consultation period ends October 5, 2009. The proposed regulatory changes consist of: Section 1.39 will now include Part 4 Dangerous Goods Safety Marks as a section that does not apply for a ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • The Vancouver Olympics – Putting dangerous goods security on the podium

    How do you provide security for an event with approximately 5,000 competitors, 70,000 visitors, and multiple venues spread over a zone covering multiple communities, including a major North American port? That’s the question for Transport Canada, along with the RCMP, as they strive to make the Games as safe as possible. As in most metropolitan areas, dangerous goods currently are moved in ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • Integrated risk assessment and safety management; transportation of dangerous goods

    Regional risk assessment aims at identifying risks at regional levels by taking into consideration a large number of technical systems and their potential negative impact on the population and environment. This paper introduces a virtual case study for the risk assessment of transportation of dangerous goods in Switzerland; it solves it by means of Decision Support Systems and Stakeholders ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Shredding tyres stops zika virus breeding

    Zika is a dangerous disease threatening millions of people today in southern hemisphere. It is spread mostly by the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus). These mosquitoes bite during the day and night. Once you get bitten it is too late to do much but what is important is to prevent this mosquito from breeding. Mosquitos typically lay eggs near water because ...


    By Tana Oy

  • The dangers of carbon dioxide

    We are often asked about the effects of carbon dioxide on the body and how to tell if there is a gas leak. As a result of this, we have created this post to provide additional information about exposure to carbon dioxide. What is carbon dioxide? Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a gas which occurs naturally in the Earth’s atmosphere at ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Software is the soul of a tractor

    'Each year software is playing an increasingly important role, also when it comes to tractors. It is no longer possible to count the number of lines of code, as a single hydraulic valve from an outside supplier can contain as much code as an early HiTech tractor. Advanced software also allows a tractor’s functions to be altered after production. Software development, like all other tractor ...

  • Vancouver 2010 Interim Order Respecting the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Into, Through or Within Controlled Access Zones)

    January 25, 2010 INTERPRETATION 1. Words and expressions used in this Interim Order and defined in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992 or the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations have the same meaning as in that Act or those Regulations, as the case may be. CONTROLLED ACCESS ZONES 2. (1) The areas in British Columbia that are described in column 1 of the table to ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • SafeSeaNet and traffic monitoring of ships and dangerous or polluting goods in maritime transport within the European Economic Area

    The European Union (EU) has established an extensive vessel traffic monitoring and information system with a view to enhancing the safety and efficiency of maritime traffic. This new information system will be mandated in most ships and provide the EU Member States and the European Commission with various information pertaining to cargo and traffic routes. The information system requires ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Good Advice for Winter Travel

    No Nonsense Safety during the Season of Slip-ups As many will be aware from unfortunate experience and bad news, Winter can be a very dangerous time for roads and footpaths. A multitude of risks threaten life and limb; aside from snow and ice, falling leaves mixed with wet weather are a recipe for slippery surfaces, while damp mud is another serious problem exacerbated by tractor ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • The 6 Most Common and Dangerous Incidents

    EH&S plays a vital role in business, but its presence doesn’t mean the workplace is full of numerous hazards waiting to pounce on employees at every turn. Thankfully, most incidents that take place are usually insignificant. Luckily, they’re rare, too, and when something does go wrong it usually results in a minor injury that can be treated ...


    By Rivo Software Ltd.

  • The dangers of setting a bad Health and Safety example

    Inspire safety in the workplace, not carelessness We regularly use the expression “lead from the top” when referring to good practice that should be adopted in the workplace but why is this? There are some managers out there who perhaps feel that they have worked hard to get where they are and surely they are entitled to “bend the rules” a little, or ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • Are you aware of these dangerous health & safety myths?

    Risk Ignorance and you risk it all We have all heard the “myths” of health and safety such as children being banned from playing conkers in the playground due to flying debris which could cause an eye injury, trapeze artists requiring hard hats or candyfloss not being available on sticks anymore in case consumers fall and impale themselves.  All of these have been ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • CO2 Enrichment in Horticulture... A `Good Life´ for all?

    If you’ve ever watched that classic 1970s TV series, ‘The Good Life’, you might have some idea of the work involved in attaining self-sufficiency. As funny and light-hearted as it was, ‘The Good Life’ offered many insights into the unenviable lot of the vegetable gardener. To its credit, the programme was also ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Can low oil prices be good for the environment?

    Deepwater drilling rigs are sitting idle. Fracking plans are being scaled back. Enormous new projects to squeeze oil out of the tar sands of Canada are being shelved. Maybe low oil prices aren't so bad for the environment after all. The global price of oil has plummeted 31 percent in just five months, a steep and surprising drop after a four-year period of prices near or above $100 a barrel. ...


    By Associated Press

  • We want good evacuation measures, no large seawalls!

    What is the best approach to restore and protect a coastline that was hit by a Tsunami? Driven by my own involvement in mangrove restoration after the 2004 Indian Ocean ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Dangerous Environments: Watching out for your personal safety, health, and environment

    As I write this, two environmental colleagues are on opposite sides of the globe, both in what amount to war zones. They have armed bodyguards. Months back, one had to evacuate a hotel, stepping over broken glass and blood, after a terrorist attack blew out the front of the lobby. The other slept with sandbags in the room staked on the wall facing outside. A female colleague of his was murdered ...

  • Fossil Fuel Use Pushes Carbon Dioxide Emissions into Dangerous Territory

    Increasing global emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), a heat-trapping gas, are pushing the world into dangerous territory, closing the window of time to avert the worst consequences of higher temperatures, such as melting ice and rising seas. Since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels have grown exponentially. Despite wide agreement by governments on ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

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