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dangerous goods

Articles or substances that could pose a significant risk to health, safety, or property when transported by air.
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The increasing limitations on transportation of hazardous goods in certain countries is one of the major challenges faced by the market.
All schoolbuses, transport vehicles carrying hazardous goods, dumpers and tankers need to have speed governors installed.
By now, I am sure you have heard about the huge explosion at a hazardous goods storage facility in China.
Local officials have been hard-pressed to explain why authorities permitted hazardous goods warehouses so close to residential complexes and critical infrastructure, clearly in violation of the Chinese rule that "hazmat" storage should be 1,000 metres away from homes and public structures.
Hoyer Petrolog, which is part of Hoyer with a depot at Leeds Road in Huddersfield, has previously seconded three trainers to deliver driver and hazardous goods training with Transaid.
Just as the UN Model Regulations help streamline compliance, internationally recognized credentialing of hazardous goods professionals improves safety and provides confidence that the professional knows and can implement the regulations.
EU law states that all lorry drivers must complete 35 hours of additional training every five years in areas such as health and safety, customer service and the carriage of hazardous goods.
A CONTAINER ship carrying a number of hazardous goods is anchored outside Limassol port awaiting permission to unload, after it was damaged by fire while crossing the Suez Canal.
Moreover, the company will serve as the hazardous goods officer for SWISS, and is responsible in that capacity for the production of hazardous goods documents.
Hazardous goods are often transported by road in South Africa due to freight rail bottlenecks.
She noted that the operation required a number of components such as packaging material, logistics, special trucks and containers, adding that about 15 Syrians were trained in Lebanon recently in packing the chemicals to meet international maritime regulations concerning hazardous goods.
Storage and use of hazardous goods by contractors are to be avoided.

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