Both consignors and contractors must adhere to all regulations to ensure the safe transport of Dangerous Goods.
With over 20 years experience of transporting Dangerous Goods, FreightEx can assure you a safe and secure delivery.
- In order for an accurate quote to be given, UN number, Class, Packing Group information, weight and quantity must all be supplied.
- UN Number – Always a four digit number.
- Class – There are nine Classes.
- Packing Group – Denoted with Roman Numerals; there are 3 packing groups, I, II and I (the greater the hazard, the lower the packing group).
- All dangerous goods must be packed in accordance with these regulations.
- The consignor must provide the driver with accurate shipping documents which describe the Dangerous Goods.
- A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be supplied with correct contact details of your company, your Emergency Response Officer and must coincide with all shipping documents.
- All drivers who carry Dangerous Goods with our company have completed a Dangerous Goods Awareness Training Program that has been developed in association with the DECC.
- A Dangerous Goods Kit is supplied to each vehicle for our drivers personal protection.
- Placard labels will be displayed according to regulations.
- All Administration Staff have completed a Dangerous Goods Awareness Training Program that has been developed in association with the DECC.
- We have carefully developed an Emergency Response Plan in association with the DECC.
- We have an Emergency Response Officer who is up to date on our Emergency Response Plan.