to show greater commitment to road, sea and air transport safety than has perhaps been the case to date. We also address the critical subject of liability, for instance in the transport of dangerous goods or the possibilities of truly sustainable yet at the same time effective corrosion protection, in theory and practice.
does not only begin on the load bed. This fallacy is just as mistaken as the assumption that a heavy load cannot move on the load bed or centrifugal forces do not occur in bends!
Here you see a small excerpt from the last seminar on load securing in road transport, theory and practice – compellingly explained by Jens Böhm, an IGUSA instructor.
Our load securing seminars are held several times a year, please refer to the seminar calendar for dates.
This seminar provides professional training in the topic of load securing on road vehicles not only for the responsible executives, but in particular for the drivers and loading personnel. This training enables participants to secure loads on road vehicles correctly and properly and is a must for all relevant persons.
This seminar provides professional training in the topic of load securing in containers not only for the responsible executives, but in particular for the stowage and loading personnel This training enables participants to secure loads in sea containers correctly and properly and is a must for all relevant persons.
The basic seminar is obligatory for all staff and personnel who prepare dangerous goods for air freight shipments. IATA-DGR/ICAO-TI companies (consignors) which carry out, generate and/or sign the documents and packaging work for the national and international air transport of dangerous goods have to employ trained personnel for this purpose. Our seminars convey the knowledge and skills as well as practical guidance for the implementation of these activities and obligations with regard to the correct and reliable documentation, packaging, marking and labelling as prescribed for the transport of dangerous goods in air transport.
The demands placed on the cleanness of parts are constantly increasing. On the basis of specific projects the course treats possible adjustments to existing installations in an interactive way and permits the imparting of independent knowledge about the operation of the installations. The event aims to integrate the imparted knowledge into existing QC procedures. Each year the German insurance industry reckons with damages amounting to billions as a result of the corrosion of components. Ensuring the long-term quality of parts and machines is absolutely essential in order to avoid damages caused by corrosion and hence financial losses.