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The derailment of a freight train in Livingston, Kentucky, led to the release of deadly gases last week forcing the evacuation of local residents.
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An Israeli company has developed an AI system that detects ship fires early by interpreting abnormal images caught by cameras.
The DfT have laid out record keeping guidelines for employers. Valid from 13th November 2023, they also relate to your dangerous goods training records.
A fire that occurred on an aircraft, which is understood to have been caused by dangerous goods, will now be judged by the Hong Kong high court.
Non-compliance of dangerous goods is certainly being cracked down on throughout the logistics industry, after a series of major incidents during the past couple of years.
As the conflict in Israel and Gaza continues to escalate, the Israeli primary ports of Haifa and Ashdod have now restricted dangerous goods arrivals.
The World Shipping Council (WSC) have recently launched a new cargo safety project, with the aim of reducing the risk of fires on ships.
Observations from the recently announced results of IATA’s 2023 Global Dangerous Goods Confidence Outlook.
We may be sounding like a broken record, but firefighters had to fight a blaze caused by lithium batteries for over 12 hours at the weekend.
The issue of moving lithium batteries has been highlighted by recent issues with ship fires, but these battery fires also release a toxic ‘off-gas’.
The government have just released details of their new border controls, via their Border Target Operating Model (BOTM), with a phased introduction starting from January 2024.
HMRC have this week confirmed the deadline for CDS export declarations has been delayed again, this time until March 30th 2024.
Eight tonnes of cocaine have been discovered in a container at the Port of Rotterdam this month aboard a Maersk Line container ship.
A little-known dangerous goods related rule in place at Tesco, has become evident for filling up at the supermarket giant’s petrol stations.
The shipping of lithium batteries is once more the topic of debate, after electric cars are understood to have caused last month’s ship fire that led to one crew member tragically losing his life.
Another fire on a cargo ship has left one sailor dead and 22 further crew members injured off the coast of the Netherlands.
Indications point towards a General Rate Increase (GRI) being successfully introduced on the Asian market at the end of this month.
Just a handful of years back, Maersk Line could proudly boast the accolade of being the world’s largest carrier, but…
Yet another cargo ship caught on fire this month, resulting in the terrible loss of two Newark, New Jersey firefighters.
A new trading scheme was introduced last week, which replaces the outgoing GSP preference scheme.
As part of the Windsor Framework, HMRC have introduced a new system to replace the existing UKTS.
Unapproved dangerous goods sparked a diplomatic spat between Poland and South Africa recently as an aircraft was detained in Warsaw.
Another container ship has been stuck by a major fire this week, which broke out on the 8,000 teu ‘MSC Rita’, hospitalising at least one crew member.
To meet your obligation, if you are involved in the handling, receiving or transport of dangerous goods, then training is the key.
FIATA have confirmed the release of their new guidelines for the safe transportation of dangerous goods.
HM government are due to introduce new UK import procedures this year, with a new Border Operating Model (BOM) due in October 2023
Reports in the USA have indicated that incidents involving dangerous goods materials are happening on average twice per week on passenger planes.
The next French strike action is planned and expected this Friday, 28th April, as the public continue to demonstrate against pension reforms that move the retirement age from 62 to 64.
With the addition of an extra public holiday for the coronation of King Charles, the UK has a succession of bank holidays upcoming for May.
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) have recently issued a warning to their members regarding the movement of lithium batteries.
Evolution have teamed up with friends and partners – ADL Media – to provide our dangerous goods awareness training online.
Police forces have been stepping up on checks to ensure that dangerous goods products are transported appropriately on UK roads lately.
The House of Commons voted overwhelmingly in favour of the ‘Stormont Brake’ yesterday, which effectively confirms the approval of the government’s Northern Ireland trade deal.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, recently advised that he had negotiated a new trade deal regarding movements to and from Northern Ireland.
The automobile and battery industries have been criticised for not taking the risk of moving electric vehicles seriously enough.
The title of the ‘World’s Largest Container Ship’ is about to change hands more than once in the coming weeks.
Global ocean freight carriers have been aligned for the past 6/7 years, but that is about to change after 2M announced a split.
Following recent ADR legislation, all forwarders are legally required to appoint a Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor.
Wednesday’s civil service strike is expected to impact, and potentially delay, customs procedures at UK airports and ports.
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