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Transporting dangerous goods in NSW

What are dangerous goods? Dangerous goods are substances and articles that pose an acute risk to people, property and the environment due to their chemical or physical propertiesDangerous goods are classified   2017

Transport documents for dangerous goods transport

When are transport documents required? Transport documents are generally required at all times dangerous goods are being transported, except in certain exempted circumstances What must consignors   2011

Stowage for dangerous goods transport

and freight containers that are open or have non-rigid sides Where unpackaged dangerous articles or dangerous goods in packages are transported in an open transport unit: the items must be stowed and restrained within rigid sides or gates no dangerous   2011

Placard loads for dangerous goods transport

The term placard load is used in dangerous goods transport legislation and the ADG CodeIt indicates a quantity of dangerous goods being transported that requires placards to be displayed on the transport unit   2011

Safety equipment for dangerous goods transport

What safety equipment is required and when? The following must be carried on a vehicle transporting a placard load of dangerous goods: three double-sided reflector signals fire extinguishers personal   2011

Summary of controls for dangerous goods transport

goods stowed correctly dangerous goods segregated 3Placard load Receptacles over 500 L capacity or containing over 500 kg of dangerous goods (previously called �˜bulk�™ dangerous goods*)   placards (EIPs and class   2011

Segregation for dangerous goods transport

Segregation rules help minimise the risk of incompatible substances reacting dangerously if they were to come into contact with each otherSuch contact might be caused by a leak, spill or vehicle accidentSegregation   2011

Emergency information for dangerous goods transport

When is emergency information required? Emergency information must be carried on a vehicle transporting a placard load of dangerous goods What is emergency information? Emergency information   2011

Approval of a dangerous goods road tank vehicle design

it can be used to transport dangerous goods In NSW the competent authority is the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) which administers the  Dangerous Goods (Road and Rail Transport) Regulation 2014 that sets out requirements regarding tank design   2016

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