consultancy on dangerous goods... it's a matter of safety
legislation
ADR
(Road transport)
 
European agreement concerning international transport of dangerous goods by road.

"Accord Europeen Relatif au Transport International des Marchandises Dangereuses par Route"

Download the ADR Convention (Danish)


Safety cards:

National legislation:
Besides the ADR Convention the Danish national order on transport of dangerous goods is also in effect:
BEK nr. 828 af 10/06/2017(Danish)

The Danish order on Safety Advisors for transport of dangerous goods.
BEK nr. 543 af 12/06/2012(Danish)

Cargo securing
Download the European Best Practice Guidelines on Cargo Securing for Road Transport
 
RID
(Railway transport)
 
European agreement concerning international transport of dangerous goods by rail.

”Réglement Concernant le Transport International Ferroviaire des Marchandises Dangereuses”
IMDG
(Sea transport)
 
Provisions applicable to transport of dangerous goods by sea.


”International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code”

Baltic Sea agreement:
The Baltic Sea agreement can also be used for transport by sea in the area south of the Skagen-Lysekil border.
Download the Baltic Sea agreement (MoU32 Haapsala-version)




ICAO-TI
(Air transport)
 
Provisions applicable to transport of dangerous goods by air. See IATA DGR below.

”International Civil Aviation Organization-Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air”

IATA DGR
(Air transport)
 
Global regulations developed by IATA – a private association of airlines.

”International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Regulations”

NOTE: IATA DGR is not the legislation but a code made by IATA. However, IATA DGR does contain all the requirements of the legislation (ICAO TI) in addition to IATA’s own stricter rules.