Labeline is planning a Biennial Dangerous Goods Web Roadshow. It will be an online event and Labeline will be providing further information soon.
These challenging times of Covid-19 have meant that bodies such as the Department of Transport, CAA and IMO have made amendments to the regulations surrounding transporting dangerous goods. Read more about the changes on our website.
WOULDN’T IT BE NICE TO KEEP IT SIMPLE? Generate your Dangerous Goods’ Documents (DGD) for all modes without having to refer to your manuals with 1000s of pages. Enter UN numbers or your own Product Codes. See Packing Instructions, Special Provisions and images of Hazard labelling for each product. Add consignee’s details (auto-saved). Select package […]
…at home or in the office NEW CAA APPROVED ONLINE DG COURSES FOR AIR The COVID-19 outbreak has led to the cancellation of classroom courses and an unprecedented shift towards online training solutions. Until now, shippers of dangerous goods by air for UK and Ireland have been required to attend courses in person. Labeline is […]
At the moment the advice is that we continue to supply our customers with their dangerous goods products as usual. Labeline is reviewing the situation daily and will be in contact should the advice change. Any notifications or updates will be emailed to our customers and posted on the website. DG Transport cannot move without the […]
Labeline International has recently signed a four year extension to continue as IATA’s authorised regulatory distributor, and UK & Ireland’s only authorised distributor. This successful arrangement has been running for a number of years, during which time Labeline has become firmly established as IATA’s best performing distributor worldwide, consecutively for the last 11 years. The company’s founder […]
IMO have recently issued a Corrigendum to the 39th Amendment of the IMDG Code. The majority of the changes are corrections to text and grammatical improvements. Click below to see the document in full. https://www.labeline.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Corrigenda-for-IMDG-Code-2018-Edition.pdf
To read Richard Shreeve, Labeline’s Compliance Manager’s latest article for Truck and Track magazine, click here. Every issue has a dedicated Dangerous Goods section. For back issues click here.
IATA’s 61st DG Regulations were published in December 2019 and will come into effect in January 2020. Labeline’s Key Accounts & Marketing Manager, Richard Shreeve, wrote an article for Truck and Track’s Winter 2019 Edition about the importance of keeping up to date with Dangerous Goods (DG) Regulations and the history of the legislation.
The Manual of Tests and Criteria contains criteria, test methods and procedures to be used for classification of dangerous goods according to the provisions of Parts 2 and 3 of the United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Model Regulations. Click here for the Manual of Tests and Criteria
For over 25 years Labeline has been a primary contact and leading distributor of regulatory information for the DG industry. We have recently expanded our service as a resource centre for our customers as Labeline is now an approved supplier for the whole range of IMO, IATA, ICAO and UN titles. If you need documents, […]
DG Regulations you should be compliant with:- AIR ICAO.TI 2019-20 regulations IATA 61st edition 2020 ROAD & RAIL ADR19 became compulsory 1/7/19 RID 1/7/19 Exemption Guide (LQ) 4th edition Emergency Action Code 2019 CFR 49 Early edition SEA IMDG 39-18 compulsory 1/1/20 ADN 1/7/19 Multi mode (recently released) Model Regulations 21st edit. GHS 8th edition
Labeline continues to be the No.1. Now in our 11th year as IATA’s best performing distributor for the DG industry “worldwide” we will, once again, provide a laptop bag with your order free of charge. The bag, with its recognisable DG Professional mark, has been hugely successful and popular internationally with practitioners across industry. There […]
Test drive the DGOffice to improve your flow of dangerous Goods. DGOffice is a web-based solution that simplifies the classification process for DG shipments by all modes of transport. The software makes the calculations to produce DG documentation that always complies with current regulations around the world. As industry moves towards paperless data transfer, DGOffice […]
Labeline wishes to advise customers that, from 1st January 2020, the 61st Edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) will take effect. In addition to the regular and spiral bound manuals, we now offer the e-DGR as a download to PC or server and as a multi-device mobile licence. Click below to open our […]
Checklists are updated; 126.96.36.199 information can be added to Sea Multimodal form via settings; German is added as More info language; NOTOC can print NIL lines; New OEL values updated in SDS modules; UFI (unique formula identifier) generator added to SDS; Update of the Help texts. Haven’t tried it then apply for your free trial:Email: firstname.lastname@example.org […]
Have you purchased your 2019 dangerous goods regulations yet? As the world’s leading supplier, here are just some the comprehensive range that we hold in stock. *ADR 2019 becomes compulsory end of June 2019. Free shipping and special offers on many publications. ADR 2019 Spiral IATA DGR 60th Edition 2019 IATA Lithium Battery Shipping Guidelines […]
Planning for the 3rd “Biennial” is underway. This popular, non profit and information regulatory update seminar is timed to coincide with the release of the publication of the next round of multimodal regulations. This is an inclusive event that is for anyone involved in Dangerous Goods: Manufacturers, Packers, Handlers, Shippers, Hauliers, Regulators, Trainers and Consultants. […]
Labeline’s courses are CAA accredited for air transport compliance, and include sessions for road and sea. The regulations pertaining to lithium batteries are constantly changing and Labeline’s course will give delegates the knowledge to classify consignments, pack and label goods and complete documentation correctly for all modes. The accreditation is valid for two years.Our trainers are former […]
At Labeline, we are still receiving calls from companies who have had their consignments snagged for displaying the old style Lithium Battery Handling Labels or generic Class 9 Hazard Labels. These have been non-compliant since 1stJanuary 2019. If you need to replace your stock with the new UN-Number Handling Marks please click here. Labeline can produce these marks with […]
…Floating Licence ideal for multi-user, multi-site operations. Access to the regulations using your company server Multi-user licence for as many users as you need One user at a time only Ideal for multi-site operations Dialogue with your IT department required to initiate the application …Mobile Licence, use any device! Browser access to the regulations Single […]