Binding regulations within the framework of German legislation and the corresponding EU directives apply to the handling of hazardous goods and substances. This includes not only securing loads, marking and equipping vehicles and storage areas, but also continuous professional training of personnel. Correct classification, packaging, labelling, documentation and training are extremely important, because non-compliance fines are very high.
An employee of the Osnabrück Motorway Commission, as well as Johannes Schawe, occupational safety specialist and hazardous goods officer at Koch International, provided the guests of the event with an overview of responsibilities, sanctions and measures for controlling dangerous goods and explained the most frequent errors in ADR shipments in day-to-day forwarding.
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