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Tonight, Wednesday April 29: Dangerous Goods Advisory Group
The DGAG bimonthly meeting is a general networking / discussion update meeting, open to all, to discuss issues that are going on for Dangerous Goods and Chemical Regulation at the moment. Jeff Simpson, the convener of the DGAG, has informed us that the second DGAG Meeting for 2020, will be held tonight, Wednesday 29th April, at 5.30pm - 7.30pm AEST
Like many meetings we are now holding, the DGAG will be a Webinar Chat meeting. 
To join the Zoom Meeting click here. Meeting ID: 757 1457 3500 Password: 004066
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The topics to be discussed will be:
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  1. Hazardous Chemicals / Dangerous Goods Incidents 
  2. The ADG Transport Code & Changes in the UN Model Regs, IMDG Code, IATA Regs, NZ Regs etc
  3. Dangerous Goods (Storage & Handling), GHS Haz. Chemicals, & Environmental Risk Management of Industrial Chemicals
  4. Update on Classification and Training for Dangerous Goods
  5. Information sharing 
  6. Other meetings and events

Meeting Noise: To minimise background noise, the convener advises it may be best to use your mobile phone ear phones and microphone plugged into your PC. Everyone to keep their microphones muted (unless part of the conversation).

The following 3rd DGAG meeting, may be on Wednesday 3 June 2020, at the Port Melbourne, Sandridge Trugo Club. IF Covid-19 does not allow this, Jeff will organise another DGAG Webinar Chat Meeting on Wed 24th June at 5.30-8.30pm.

 

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