This is a dashboard video taken from a motorist that was behind a commercial truck carrying cylinders with flammable compressed gas. This video demonstrates the amount of power and energy contained within flammable gas cylinders. It is easy to see that one compromised cylinder can be devastating, let alone a truck several dozen. There is not further information available other than this possibly taking place in Russia. The condition of the drivers is unknown.
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We can handle any project, whether it is a simple IMO declaration (IMDG code ocean shipment) or an entire laboratory of chemicals for air transportation prepared according to ICAO and IATA regulations.
Dangerous goods documentation is the main means of communicating shipment details to carriers and cargo handling personnel. "Shipping paper," "dangerous goods document," "DGD," "DG dec," "IMO," "IMO declaration,"
This document is issued by the shipper or his/her agent declaring various important parameters of the consignment, such as UN number, proper shipping name, and hazardous material class(es). It is ultimately signed by that person representing the organization preparing the certificate. This also serves as a statement that all of the applicable laws and regulations have been adhered to.
Air shipments (CFR49, ICAO, IATA)
For air transportation, these documents may be called a shipper’s declaration of dangerous goods, DGD, or DG Dec.