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DCM Compliance Ltd

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ccording to the regulations S.I. No. 349 of 2011, companies that ship dangerous goods above certain quantities are required to have a designated trained dangerous goods safety adviser (DGSA). The DGSA must:
  1. Monitor compliance with the rules governing the transport of dangerous goods.
  2. Advise the undertaking on the transport of dangerous goods.
  3. Ensure that an annual report is prepared on the activities of the undertaking concerning the transport of dangerous goods
  4. Monitor the procedures in relation to the transport of dangerous goods.

Software Description


In a manufacturing environment, a DGSA would be focusing on the following areas:

  • Finished product shipped as dangerous goods
  • Hazardous waste
  • Pharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical waste
  • Laboratory chemicals.
  • Chemical and laboratory waste
  • Other “hidden goods” such as machines with chemicals, engineering chemicals plus other dangerous goods transported from site.
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