Chain of Responsibility
- Chain of responsibility and heavy vehicle safety
- Prime contractor responsibility
- Consigners responsibility
- Consignees responsibility
- Packer/ Loaders responsibility
- Loading managers responsibility
- Operators responsibility
- Chain of responsibility checklist
About Dangerous Goods
Dangerous goods are substances and particles that are potentially hazardous to people, property and the environment. They may also be corrosive, flammable, explosive, spontaneously combustible, toxic, oxidizing or water reactive. Whatever their properties and potential for injury or destruction, great care is needed in their handling, storage and transport.
The following links provide more information regarding the storage, handling and transportation of Dangerous Goods
Dangerous Goods Segregation Chart
A poster comprising of a segregation table outlining what chemicals can be stored
together and which ones can’t.
Australian Institute of Dangerous Goods Consultants
A website outlining everything you need to know about dangerous goods.
The Dangerous Goods Code of Practice
A thorough overview of the dangers and cautions involved with dangerous goods.
Weight and Dimension limits