BADGP publishes approximately 4 newsletters a year, containing a variety of articles prepared by BADGP Committee members and from submissions by other organisations and individuals. We are always pleased to receive articles for consideration for future editions - please send contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit articles now, for our next Newsletter (due to be published towards the end of September 2019).
Our latest Newsletter, June 2019, (available to members here: 23rd BADGP Newsletter) contains the following articles:
Observations On BADGP’s AGM & Annual Industry
Seminar 2019 AGM & Annual Industry Seminar
Our regular “Silent Observer” gives his / her views on our major annual event
Profile Of New BADGP Member: Sarah Hunak of Wood
New BADGP Sarah Hunak, Radiation Protection Adviser and DGSA, of Wood, introduces herself and her work
Dangers Posed To Freight Vehicle Drivers By Remaining In Their Vehicle Cabs While On Board Ro-Ro Ferries At Sea
An article from the Marine Accident Investigation Branch, investigating the shift and toppling over of freight vehicles on board the P&O ro-ro passenger ferry European Causeway during heavy weather while on passage from Larne, Northern Ireland, to Cairnryan, Scotland. Thanks to MAIB for giving us permission to reproduce the article.
Who Is Responsible For Placarding Hazardous Containers?
Hazardous placards alert people to the potential dangers of hazardous materials in a motor vehicle, freight container or an ISO tank. But who is responsible for putting them on to shipping containers, and why?
Cefic Level 1 Response Guidelines – Helping To Resolve Chemical Incidents Quickly And Safely
Companies involved in the manufacture, management and distribution of chemicals should ensure their systems and processes have suitable features to support a fast and effective response intervention when the worst happens. This article looks at how the impact of an incident can be mitigated by following the latest Cefic guidelines for level 1 emergency response.
BADGP 1-Day Seminar On Emergency Response
Results of our survey investigating interest in such a seminar.
Derogations From ADR, Relating To The Transport Of Dangerous Goods In The United Kingdom, And Derogations Allowed By ADR
There are a number of derogations from the requirements and prohibitions of ADR, relating to the transport of dangerous goods in the UK, which are set out in the “Carriage of Dangerous Goods (CDG): Approved Derogations and Transitional Provisions.” This article focuses on the road derogations that may generally apply across transport operations, rather than specific to certain classes of dangerous goods.
Culture Clash: UN Dangerous Goods Rules v. The Law – Are They In Conflict?
This article explains how shippers of dangerous goods can follow the dangerous goods regulations but still sometimes find themselves liable for responsibilities they were unaware of because the UN dangerous goods rules and commercial law do not always align in expected way.
BADGP To Exhibit At The CHCS AGM & Annual Lectures
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