Dangerous goods are substances or materials that can pose an acute risk to humans, property and the environment because of their chemical or physical characteristics. Substances are considered dangerous if they are labeled with the exception of small containers. To determine whether a product is a dangerous good one can:
Dangerous Goods occur in almost all organizations, small and large. Most work locations, offices and industries use and store various chemicals. Dangerous goods can explode or ignite. They can be toxic, bite or suddenly dissolve. Common chemicals seem harmless, but in the absence of knowledge and underestimating the risks such as improper storage, exposure to heat or moisture or merging, they can be fatal. Examples of dangerous goods are gasoline, batteries, paint, acids and blood samples.
Many of our consultants are active in the chemical industry: as part of their former employment relationship or they are otherwise involved in projects. Because many of our customers deal with these aspects, we focus primarily on product safety, the handling of hazardous substances in the process and the correct labelling of articles, packaging, etc.
The transport Regulations of dangerous goods include all means and forms of transport and transport of dangerous goods such as road, rail, water and air. They are defined as:
MSDS shows the characteristics of the hazardous substance. It helps in correct and clear classifying and communicating the information about the substance. MSDS supports in giving the correct shipping name, hazard classification, UN number, etc.
In the SAP system, the correct handling of dangerous goods is secured by the following three components: