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Dangerous Goods Database Version 6.1 published

03.04.2008
Version 6.1 of the Dangerous Goods Database - Datenbank GEFAHRGUT and the module for transport documents was published mid-March 2008 on CD ROM and on the Internet.

The updated version of the Dangerous Goods Database contains topic-referred effective dangerous goods regulations regardless of the type of traffic.

Changes and corrections in regulations are regularly integrated into the Dangerous Goods Database. BAM publishes new versions at appropriate intervals depending on the development of regulations.

The module for transport documents is a component of the standalone desktop and internet applications for the Dangerous Goods Database. This module helps the user in planning and undertaking dangerous goods transport. Plausibility checks and assessment of the validity of data in the Dangerous Goods Database help to avoid errors. The user receives a printable transport document as an output, based on the multi-modal transport document of the UN model regulations, which implements the provisions of the dangerous goods regulations for road transport. The transport documents module can also be purchased as an independent product.

Data of the Dangerous Goods Database for integration into company software or software products are also available separately in different formats from BAM's Dangerous Goods Dataservice.

Information:
Ms Dr. rer. nat. Mahin Farahbakhsh
Working Group "Dangerous Goods Database" of
BAM Division III.1 Dangerous Goods Packaging
Phone: +49 30 8104-1314
Fax: +49 30 8104-1317
Email: mahin.farahbakhsh@bam.de

Dr. Ulrike Rockland | idw
Further information:
http://www.dgg.bam.de/

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