Packaging, packaging groups, packaging quantities, labelling, approval, delivery ... Questions and more questions!
Regardless of whether it is the sender, packer, carrier or recipient – if you are involved in the transport of dangerous goods on the road, you must apply the ADR regulations. As of January 1, 2023, every company shipping dangerous goods must have an ADR consultant appointed.
Our trained safety advisors for hazardous goods are experts in dangerous goods, provide advice to companies and train your employees in handling dangerous goods.
Here’s an overview of the services we offer in ADR:
- Initial analysis to determine whether your company is subject to ADR regulations
- Employee training
- We can act as a safety advisor for hazardous goods
- Annual reports
The European agreement concerning the carriage of dangerous goods by road, in short ADR (Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises Dangereuses par Route), governs the packaging, labelling, delivery and transport of hazardous substances to protect both people and the environment.
The agreement uses precise and complex calculations to define which companies must package, transport and handle hazardous goods, subject to safety precautions. These companies must have a safety advisor for dangerous goods.