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INTERPRETATION OF TRANSPORT RELATED UNLOADING

27 Feb 2020

The European Commission's and the Department for Transport's interpretation of the term 'transport related unloading' found in regulations (note 25).

 

This note sets out the interpretation of ‘transport-related unloading’ and the requirement for those carrying it out to have a dangerous goods safety adviser.

 

This replaces guidance note 01/2009.

 

This guidance was published in July 2016 and revised in December 2019. It is next due for revision in December 2022.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/carriage-of-dangerous-goods-guidance-note-25?utm_source=916d0346-379e-4dd6-ac25-e6a5e3cb2492&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_content=immediate