We have now published the October 2021 edition of our Newsletter. For more details, please visit: BADGP Newsletters.
This edition includes the following articles:
BADGP’s DGSA Seminar – ‘DG Professionals And Beyond’
A review of our highly successful seminar which took place in October.
DG Annual Report – Review
Dan Lee presents this article which confirms the findings of BADGP members attending the DGSA seminar, reviewed above, and includes a few more details on what additional material was discussed.
DG Professional (Or DGSA Post Qualification) Development Programme
Dan Lee also presents a review of the Dangerous Goods Professional Development Programme, devised by the BADGP Committee following a request from the UK’s DfT back in 2019 as discussed at the BADGP DGSA seminar in October 2021, reviewed above.
Documentation & Presentation: Dangerous Goods In Groupage And Consolidations – The Role Of The DGSA (Part 2)
Richard Masters and Clive Savigar present Part 2 of a two-part article on factors to be considered when preparing containers and vehicles of groupage and consolidated dangerous goods.
Practicalities Of Planning For Emergencies
Michael Yarwood discusses why having a sufficient emergency response plan in place is a critical step whether packaging, storing, packing, loading, transporting or simply handling dangerous goods.
Shipping Lines Under Scrutiny For Refusing To Accept Chemical Shipments
Richard Masters reports on the current problems in the international shipping industry and how these are affecting the shipping of dangerous goods.
EAC (Emergency Action Code) – Genesis
Dan Lee provides some insight into the start of the UK’s EAC Code and unearths some interesting reaction to it.
BADGP Seminars & Webinars
A quick review of recent past events and details of our next webinar.
BADGP “Agony Aunt”
The Dangerous Goods Agony Aunt column looking for new problems to solve.
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