Dangerous products ADR
Hazardous merchandise includes all substances or products which could bring personal and environmental damages. The shipping of these types of dangerous products is subjected to strict regulations. Consignors have a duty to identify the hazards of their goods that are intended to transport.
Our goal is to optimize the safety of those transports so as to decrease potential risks for our drivers, common people, the environment and your products.
Our vehicles have all the equipment they need to carry packages that contain hazardous material in both full-load and Groupage manner.
The European Agreement A.D.R. distinguishes 9 major classes for hazardous substances:
- Class 1: Explosives
- Class 2: Gases
- Class 3: Flammable liquid
- Class 4.1: Flammable solids, self-reactive substances and explosives, solid desensitized
- Class 4.2: Spontaneously combustible substances
- Class 4.3: Substances which in contact with water emits flammable gas
- Class 5.1: Oxidizing substances
- Class 5.2: Organic peroxides
- Class 6.1: Toxic substances
- Class 6.2: Infectious substances
- Class 7: Radioactive substances
- Class 8: Corrosive substances
- Class 9: Miscellaneous dangerous substances and goods
* Further Information on transportation of dangerous products are available in the Government Decision no. 1391 of 4 October 2006 approving the regulation of the GEO No 195/2002
It is absolutely forbidden to do the fallowing when shipping hazardous goods:
- To mechanically shock the vehicle in motion;
- To smoke or light a fire at a distance under 50 m from the vehicle;
- To leave the vehicle and the load unsupervised;
- To tow another vehicle;
- To follow other routes or to station in places other than those allowed;
- Allowing other persons in the vehicle, except the other driver and those responsible of the goods loading/unloading;
- To keep in the vehicle poorly packaged fuel.
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