Hazcheck Dangerous Goods List data for fast, easy integration of dangerous goods data into computerised systems. Exis Technologies supplies data from dangerous goods transport regulations.
The list can be seen here:
- IMDG Code dangerous goods list DGL (based on chapter 3.2).
- 49 CFR data from the hazmat 172.101 table including text of special provisions, reportable quantity values and so on.
- ADR DGL, based on chapter 3.2, including the text of the special provisions for carriage and the Emergency Action Codes as used in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
- RID DGL, based on chapter 3.2, including the text of the special provisions for carriage
- TDG schedule 1, including the text of the special provisions
- ADN DGL, based on chapter 3.2, including the text of the special provisions for carriage
This dangerous goods list data can be supplied in any combination or separately in Excel, CSV or Microsoft Access database format.
In addition, Exis Technologies supplies an IMDG Coded Variant List (CVL) as a free resource to assist companies in exchanging IMDG Code information in EDI messages such as BAPLIE and IFTMBF. The provision of this IMDG Coded Variant List (CVL) is the result of a partnership with the SMDG Group who supply the manuals to define EDI messages in the maritime industry.
- The data can be supplied as a Microsoft Access database, or in other formats e.g. Excel, comma-separated and quote-delimited text.
- The data is maintained in line with the current IMDG Code Amendment, including both Amendments during a transition year, and also any interim errata updates
- In addition to the IMDG Code data, the equivalent data from the Hazmat 101 table in 49 CFR can also be supplied. It is available in a separate table, or fully integrated with the IMDG Code data, and includes all additional 49 CFR PSNs and variants. See below for 49 CFR data features.
- The ADR dangerous goods list can be supplied as another table, and also includes the Emergency Action Codes as used under the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Segregation and packaging routines are available enabling automatic validation of shipments to be built into your system
- We can also supply Spanish language DGL data – please contact email@example.com for further information
49 CFR data features
- The data has the same record structure (i.e. all common fields, all IMDG specific fields and all 49 CFR specific fields) for all entries
- Each record is flagged as IMDG only, 49 CFR only or IMDG & 49 CFR
- RQ values are added to the DGL entry for PSNs that match with a name in the 49 CFR Reportable Quantity (RQ) table (172.101 Table 1 Appendix A)
- Records for PSNs that match with a name in the 49 CFR Marine Pollutant table (172.101 Appendix B) are identified as marine pollutant or a severe marine pollutant
- Additional information linked from either the 172.101 table or DGL can also be supplied in html files – for example, packing instructions
- A combined table containing a full list of PSNs and also alternative names (synonyms, secondary names, initials, abbreviations of names, etc) is also available
- ‘Off the shelf’ database gives fast, easy integration of data reducing IT project development time and cost
- Easily maintained – no manual entry and update of the dangerous goods list required, reducing costs
- No need to invest in detailed knowledge of the dangerous goods data within IT development teams
- Up to date systems – IMDG Code, 49 CFR, ADR, TDG and RID data continuously updated in line with current amendments and agreements
- Over 30 years of knowledge and benefits from shared development for 9 of the top 10 container lines and leading ferry and RORO operators