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BADGP's February Newsletter Published

24 Feb 2023 13:15 | Alison Smyth (Administrator)

We have now published the February 2023 edition of our Newsletter. For more details, please visit: BADGP Newsletters.

This edition includes the following articles:

Battery Powered Crawler Crane
Dan Lee BADGP Committee Member shares an experience and development in the rapidly expanding world of battery-powered vehicles.

Dangerous Goods Safety Advisors
TT Club risk management expert Peregrine Storrs-Fox explains the wisdom of the regulation, highlights that all consignors of dangerous goods across road, rail and inland waterways must have a DGSA appointed as of 1st January this year but also asks if this is enough to ensure safety.

CLP: EC Proposes Major Overhaul Of Chemical Labelling Including Minimum Font Sizes
On 19th December 2022, the European Commission proposed a revised Regulation on the classification, labelling and packaging of chemicals (CLP) and introduced five new hazard classes for endocrine disruptors and other harmful substances. Tracey Hemongway-Wright from Hibiscus Plc explains all in this article.

Dangerous Goods Through The Channel Tunnel
Sarah Collyer, DG Policy Specialist for Eurotunnel provides us with some information on transporting dangerous goods through the channel tunnel.

LQ Packaging – Is, ‘Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff’ Bad Advice?
Small amounts of dangerous goods can be transported as Limited Quantities in packaging that has not been UN approved. Whilst this has a number of advantages the facts on what packaging can be used and how it should be used can be overlooked. Kevin Dougherty, Air Sea Containers provides further information in this article.

Past Experiences With Dangerous Goods
BADGP member Rob Summers shares some past experiences with dangerous goods.

DGSA Training Standards For Class 7
Geoff Frackelton provides an update on DGSA Training Standards for Class 7.

NDGTC AGM 2023 With A Security Twist
BADGP Committee member Mark Hunsley of DGSATech Ltd provides a report from his attendance at the National Dangerous Goods Training Consortium (NDGTC) AGM.

Dangerous Goods Awareness Training Session Plan
Dan Lee BADGP Committee member shares some of his training knowledge to assist DGSAs with meeting the DG General Awareness training requirement of ADR

BADGP December 2022 Issue Quiz – Answers
For those that are curious to know the answer to the quiz set in our final newsletter of 2022, Dan Lee provides the answers to the questions and reveals the message contained within the codeword grid.

BADGP Golf Event
BADGP provides an update on the pre-AGM golf tournament.

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 Andrew Shylan.

BADGP Webinars & Events
A quick review of recent past events and details of our planned webinars and 2023 AGM.  

News From Our Partners
Details of upcoming events from our Partner Organisations.

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