What is dangerous goods? Definition & Examples | ProSafeCon
According to the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, the register of internationally classified dangerous goods has 3,500 entries. When do goods pose a danger? What is a dangerous goods?If dangerous goods are transported by road, rail, water or air, a dangerous goods safety advisor must be appointed.
The 1000 points rule – how are ADR points calculated?
The 1000 points rule – how are ADR points calculated? Again and again we find statements like this: “We stay under the 1000 points. That’s not really dangerous goods,” or “We have nothing to do with dangerous goods credits because we stay below 1000 points.”
It is time to take a closer look at this myth.
Who needs a dangerous goods safety advisor?
Who actually needs a dangerous goods safety advisor? The dangerous goods safety advisor ordinance (GbV) provides information about who needs a dangerous goods safety advisor – actually. However, it is problematic to understand them. We would like to bring a little light into the darkness and explain individual points in detail.
Difference hazardous material vs. dangerous goods – what to look out for?
Difference hazardous material vs. dangerous goods – what to look out for? While in many countries there is no linguistic difference between dangerous goods and dangerous substances, this is different in our country. The goal of this article is for you to understand how these two terms are differentiated and what you need to consider in the various cases.
What is the cost of an external dangerous goods safety advisor?
ProSafeCon works as your external dangerous goods safety advisor at a flat rate starting from € 940,- per year. As your external dangerous goods safety advisor, we take over all activities that are required by law: We train your employees, we establish your annual report and we check your dangerous goods processes on site. We also offer additional services such as training in load securing according to VDI 2700.
Work safety explained simply. Among other things: What is actually the entrepreneur model?
Occupational safety is a topic that concerns every company – regardless of whether a single employee or thousands of employees work there. For smaller companies, however, there is the possibility of covering legal requirements in the area of occupational safety through the so-called “entrepreneur model”.