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Our regular Newsletter is proving very popular. We will publish the next edition towards the end of February 2023.
We accept articles from members and non-members, wherever you are in the World.
The deadline for copy, for the February edition, is 15 February 2023.
You can find out more on our BADGP Newsletter web page and send your contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to receiving your contributions!
BADGP are delighted to announce a new webinar, "2023 IMDG Code Update: Operational provisions of the changes in Amendment 41-22" presented by Richard Masters on Tuesday 7th February at 12:00 - 13:30 GMT.
The webinar will cover the changes to operational provisions of IMDG Code Amendment 41-22 that were necessary to align with the latest revision of the UN Model Regulations (Revision 22) that also came into force on the first of January, plus maritime specific changes unique to the IMDG Code introduced via the International Maritime Organisation.
BADGP members can register for the webinar at: https://badgp.org/event-5079677
We are delighted to announce that we have published the new version of the DGSA Annual Report Template.
Members can access this document along with the DGSA Annual Report Template Guidance Document from the Members' Useful Documents page of this website.
We are delighted to announce that we have published a BADGP Guide: ADR Class 7.
This document forms part of the BADGP CPD programme and is also a useful guide for members who want or need to know more on the subject of Class 7
Members can access this document from the Members' Useful Documents page of this website.
We have now published the December 2022 edition of our Newsletter. For more details, please visit: BADGP Newsletters.
This edition includes the following articles:
Prohibition Notice!Placarding may seem a small and insignificant thing, but please be warned - get it wrong and the repercussions can be expensive. Richard Masters explains more in this interesting article.
Taking Charge On Lithium BatteriesTT Club’s Peregrine Storrs-Fox highlights the nature of the risks and precautions that must be strictly in place for safe transport of these crucial components of modern manufacturing.
What Are UN Mark Codes And How To Read Them?A UN specification mark identifies that a packaging has been approved to United Nations standards for the transport of dangerous goods by road, rail, sea and air. Kevin Dougherty explains UN mark codes in further detail in this article.
Linked-in Postings, You May Have Missed TheseDan Lee, BADGP Media sub-group Chair provides some insight into some of November’s conversation on our BADGP Linked-in forum.
Class 7 Radioactive Guidance BookletDan Lee, Media sub-group Chair provides some insight into BADGP’s first venture into a definitive guidance document for all BADGP Members which is available as a free PDF download to all BADGP members from 1.1.23.
DGSA End Of Year Report Template Revision Is Available 1.1.23Dan Lee, Media sub-group Chair – provides some insight into BADGP’s revision of its End of Year Report Template that will be made available to all BADGP Members from 1.1.23.
BADGP Seasonal End Of Year QuizThere’s no prize for completing the quiz -it’s just a bit of fun!
All the quiz answers can be found, should you want to check, in this year’s editions of BADGP newsletters.
Who Are You? BADGP are pleased to introduce you to some of the well-known ‘names’ in the industry, while they share a little information about themselves and their lives in dangerous goods. This month we introduce Andy Holton.
News From Our Partners
Details of upcoming events from our Partner Organisations.
We are delighted to announce that we have published the slides and recording of our webinar, ADR 2023 - Overview of Upcoming Amendments.
BADGP members can access the content from the link on the Past Events page of this website.
We are delighted to announce that we have published the slides and recording of our webinar, 22.214.171.124 The Facts Behind The Messages.
BADGP are pleased to announce that registration is now open for our 2023 AGM & Annual Industry Seminar on 9th March 2023 at Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel, Golf Club & Spa, Birmingham Road, Allesley, Coventry, CV5 9AL.
BADGP members can register for the AGM at: https://www.badgp.org/event-4997298
We are delighted to announce that we have published the slides and recording of our webinar, Lithium Batteries Rules -Waste/Recycling/Disposal presented by Sam Stretton, Logicom Hub Limited.
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