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ADR Sender responsibility

It is at all times the sender who has the full responsibility for providing the correct information about, as well as the labeling of the dangerous goods

1.4.2.1.1
The consignor of dangerous goods shall only deliver to transport consignments which comply with the requirements of ADR / RID. According to 1.4.1, the sender must in particular:

 

 

  • Ensure correct classification according to ADR / RID
     
  • Give the carrier correct information and data in traceable form, as well as the transport documents required with accompanying documents (permits, approvals, messages, certificates, etc.)
     
  • Only use packaging and tanks approved and suitable for transport of the substances, and labeled as determined in ADR / RID
     
  • Fulfill the requirements regarding shipping and transport restrictions
     
  • Make sure even empty tanks that are not cleaned and gas free, as well as empty etc. is properly labeled and has labels
    As well as that empty, uncleaned tanks are closed and as tight as if they had been full

All transport documents applicable to the dangerous goods shall be kept by both the sender and the carrier for at least 3 months.
Roelf Goos
Commercial Director Netherlands & Germany
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