Our symposium paper, titled „Proper Labeling for Safe Transportation“, will be presented by Mischa Feig, CEO and Founder of BOXLAB Services. This paper will address a number of important questions that companies face when dealing with dangerous goods:
Challenges for the individual modes of transport:
Each mode of transport has its own requirements and special features with regard to the labeling of dangerous goods. We will shed light on the specific challenges that can arise in road, rail, air and sea transport and how these can best be addressed.
Compliance with regulations:
Compliance with the relevant rules and regulations is crucial for the safe transportation of dangerous goods. Our symposium contribution will show which regulations must be observed in order to ensure safe transportation.
Training by dangerous goods consultants:
Sound employee training is a key factor in the safe handling of dangerous goods. We will discuss how dangerous goods advisors can best train their customers on proper labeling to minimize risks and prevent accidents.
Solutions for practical problems:
In practice, various problems can arise that make the safe transportation of dangerous goods more difficult. Our symposium contribution will shed light on specific practical problems and demonstrate effective solutions to overcome these challenges.
This symposium contribution not only promises exciting insights into the complex topic of dangerous goods labeling, but also offers practical solutions for the challenges that companies face in this area.
Wednesday, May 08, 2024, 2:15 p.m.
Mischa Feig, CEO & Founder, BOXLAB Services GmbH
If you would like to learn more about the correct labeling for the safe transport of dangerous goods and gain valuable insights, then you should not miss our symposium contribution at the Munich Dangerous Goods Days 2024!
We look forward to welcoming you to this important symposium and working with you to contribute to the safe transportation of dangerous goods.
But that’s not all! This year’s Munich Dangerous Goods Days will once again offer a varied program with top-class speakers and informative presentations on current topics relating to the transportation of dangerous goods. From plenary lectures and themed forums to symposia – there’s something for everyone.
Other highlights include:
- Changes for 2025 – 25 years after structural reform
- Maritime transport – an important mode of transport with special features
- Transport accident with dangerous goods
- Implementation of CBTA – sensible implementation, need for improvement
- Excursion to the Haar volunteer fire department
- Packaging symposium
Visit the official website of the Munich Dangerous Goods Days to see the complete program and to register. Don’t miss the opportunity to expand your knowledge and exchange ideas with industry experts!