Transports of Dangerous Goods

– Safety First 

The transport of dangerous goods is carefully controlled by different laws and regulations. For example, the ADR-S controls the land traffic of dangerous goods, and the IMDG controls dangerous goods transports at sea. These regulations aim at preventing any dangerous situations beforehand. The correct way to place, bind, and load the goods all affect the safety of transports. We make sure that we comply with all regulations, we have the right equipment, and our drivers have up-to-date training in hauling dangerous goods.


We like to train our drivers more than just the required amount. We aim always at minimizing all risks, accidents, or deviations. By doing things right the first time, we can save money, people, and the environment.

 

Remembering when transporting dangerous goods:

- It's the sender's responsibility to fill out the DGD (Dangerous Goods Declaration)

- On the DGD the UN-number is noted with correct net and gross weight

- On the DGD there has to be the sender's original signature 

 

Dangerous goods are for example:

- aerosols

- paint

- detergent for industry

- cosmetics


 We like to be at your service and give additional information on safe transports of dangerous goods. For more information on safe transports, please contact our safety advisor Reko Märsylä.

 

Quality and safety

Reko Märsylä
Phone +358 20 120 2504
Mobile +358 40 648 2522
reko.marsyla@scandictrans.fi