The International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) is an internationally recognized set of guidelines and regulations, developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and governs the processes by which classified cargo may be transported by sea.
Documentation: Proper documentation is crucial for the safe transport of dangerous goods. The IMDG Code specifies the information that must be included in shipping documents to inform those involved in handling and transport about the nature of the goods.
Emergency Procedures: The code provides guidance on emergency response procedures in case of incidents involving dangerous goods during maritime transport.
Also, it emphasizes the importance of training for personnel involved in the transportation, handling, and emergency response related to dangerous goods.
The IMDG Code is regularly updated to reflect advancements in technology, changes in hazardous materials regulations, and new safety concerns.
So with the aim of maintaining safety, it is necessary to place corresponding signs.
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