It generates all the necessary documentation for the transport of dangerous goods (bill of lading, multimodal waybill, written instructions, reports of limited quantities and checklist).
WHAT IS THE ADR LEGISLATION?
The ADR or European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road is an European agreement signed by several countries in Geneva on September 30, 1957 to regulate the transport of dangerous goods by road.
The agreement regulates the packaging, transport, documentation and other aspects of road transport of dangerous goods, including the loading, unloading and storage, whether the transport is carried out between several countries or just in one territory. An important aspect is the determination of the obligations and responsibilities of each one of the participants in the operations in order to try to avoid damages on people and things like protecting the environment.
The regulation contains a detailed list with epigraphs for most of the goods considered dangerous (coded according to a numbering established by the UN) and the regulatory requirements that apply on each case.
What does the ADR module include?
- eQgest ADR send out the necessary documentation for the transport of dangerous goods and for their dispatch according to the ADR regulations:
– Bill of lading.
– Written instructions.
– Annual report for the security advisor.
– Report of limited quantities.
- Products sheet with an assistant for ADR classification and package type assignment.
- Generation of bill of lading by direct introduction or from imported delivery notes of its management software.
- Database and parameters updated to the lastest version of ADR.
- Automatic calculation to confirm if a transport has to be classified as ADR or if is not necessary