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Read the transport document(s) before loading in order to master the loading and to know what to do in case of an accident or spill

Do not leave the vehicle containing dangerous goods unattended

Loading and unloading of some dangerous goods in public places requires the presence of or notice to authorities (police, customs)

Do not take passenger(s)

No smoking during loading operations, or close to a vehicle that is waiting to be unloaded, or inside the vehicle

Never use open flames of any kind in the area where there are dangerous or unknown goods Do not keep engines running when they are not needed for loading (pumping, lifting...)

See that the goods, the names and the amount are the same in reality as in the enclosed documents

See that dangerous goods do not come into contact with food and feedstuff

See that the labels are placed on the dangerous goods and on the vehicle

Separate dangerous goods from other goods that are transported and place them properly (make a sketch where they are located in the vehicle)

See that the load can not move during the transport (well fixed, no oil on floor that would make it slippery) See that there is available the necessary equipment to conduct (un)loading and transport safely (e.g. grounding cables, personal protection equipment)

Do not accept for transport damaged dangerous goods or leaking packages or containers

Drivers have no right to open packages or containers with dangerous goods

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Updated by AS. Approved by EC. Last update: 30.11.2004.