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Dubai Opens New Dangerous Goods Warehouse

18th February 2014

In Dubai, RSA-Talke’s new storage facility has now been taken into operation for dangerous and non-dangerous goods. This is located in Dubai’s World Central (DWC), which is the very first purpose-built aerotropolis in the world. The RSA-Talke facility boasts a capacity of 19,000 pallet space for dangerous goods with classes 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9. It has direct access to the Jebel Ali sea port, as well as the Al Maktoum airport.

Storage of Hazardous Material in the Warehouse

16th January 2014

Hazardous materials which are  improperly stored in the warehouse could cause fire or explosion. Also, it could cause injury to humans through skin contact, inhalation or ingestion. These health hazards and safety threats could be avoided by implementing control measures in the early stage and during the operations as well.

The Basics of Transporting Dangerous Goods

12th January 2014

Dangerous goods have a broad definition, and it's important to understand the basics of the transport business as it pertains to hazardous materials. Many businesses require the use of a dangerous goods shipment company. Pharmaceutical companies, oil companies, gas companies, and certain manufacturing businesses may all need the help of a transport service at some point. There are laws regulating the hazardous materials industry, including the collection, packaging, and shipping of dangerous materials. Once business owners understand how the industry works, it's much easier to arrange for transport.

Transportation Guidelines for Pathology Specimens in Australia

10th January 2014

The National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council (NPAAC) has set out new requirements for the packaging and transport of pathology specimens and associated materials in the fourth edition 2013. These requirements should serve as guidelines for dangerous goods specialists when transporting Class 6 infectious substances and dry ice as refrigerant for temperature sensitive samples. These are also the minimum standards set to achieve uniform practice of safe handling of pathology specimen throughout the Australia. Training, packaging, transport, and documentation are the focus of these guidelines.

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