Truck and Track Spring 2023 Spring 2023 Truck and Track 55 DANGEROUS GOODS Site Roadways (Ingress and Egress) ■ Speed limits/Roadway Markings ■ Separating Pedestrians from Moving Vehicles ■ Loading and Unloading Bay considerations ■ Lighting Site Safety ■ Accessible SDS (safety data sheets) ■ Perimeter/Neighbours ■ Security Plan/Intruder Alarms ■ Contractors Permit to Work/Authorised Visitors/first aid arrangements ■ Insurance (Employers Liability, Goods-in-Transit, Business etc) ■ Documented training, fire and emergency drills Storage (Limits/Consents) ■ Sub-COMAH ■ Lower Tier COMAH ■ Higher Tier COMAH ■ Segregation rules Fuel Tanks and Liquid Storage Considerations ■ Tanks (road fuel, product storage etc) ■ IBC and Drum Storage ■ Bunding ■ Primary, Secondary & Tertiary containment ■ Separators ■ Spillage Containment and Drainage Protection ■ Fire Detection/Prevention/Alarms ■ Fire Risk Assessment ■ Waste Recycling/Disposal and housekeeping These links will help: publications/containment_systems.aspx asset-management/bund-construction-andinstallation/ And a case study: knowledge/case-study-bund-lining/ When working with Dangerous Goods (under ADR/IMDG) regulations, you need to ensure compliance to the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002. The DSEAR regulations require employers to control the risks to safety from fire, explosions, and substances corrosive to metals – more help from this link: dsear.htm TRUCK & TRAILER SOLUTIONS WELCOME TOALLPORTS GROUP