Introduction To ADR

ADR – which is the European Agreement Concerning The International Carriage Of Dangerous Goods By Road – provides a framework of rules relating to how dangerous goods can be transported between participating countries using the road networks.

This compact yet incisive webinar takes a high level look at the agreement, and covers the following areas:

  • A brief background into ADR
  • Training and security considerations
  • Hazard identification, and assigning internationally recognised identifiers
  • Considerations when preparing goods for shipment
  • Final summary and key points


Duration: 17 minutes

  • English

Presenter(s): Andrew Brooks, Senior Regulatory Specialist

Andrew Brooks joined UL Safeware Quasar in 2012 as a Chemical Regulatory Consultant, predominantly focusing on EU chemicals legislation: DPD/CHIP, CLP, REACH and other accompanying legislation. Providing support to companies bringing a range of different product types onto and into the EU marketplace, Andrew advises on classification and
labelling/ packaging requirements, along with authoring required Safety Data Sheets and the applicability of other aspects of regulations.

Andrew is also a Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser, assisting companies with their responsibilities under the regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods by road.


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