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Adoption of Directive on uniform procedures for controlling the transport of dangerous merchandise by road

On 6 October 1995, the Council of Environment Ministers unanimously adopted a Directive establishing uniform procedures for controlling the transport of dangerous merchandise by road.

The Directive is aimed at ensuring that Member States submit a representative proportion of ...
On 6 October 1995, the Council of Environment Ministers unanimously adopted a Directive establishing uniform procedures for controlling the transport of dangerous merchandise by road.

The Directive is aimed at ensuring that Member States submit a representative proportion of road transport of dangerous merchandise to a series of controls in order to verify their conformity with legislation in this area.

The Council also adopted a common position on the proposed Directive on the designation and professional qualification of safety advisors for the transport, by road, rail or waterway, of dangerous merchandise. This proposal is aimed at ensuring an adequate level of professional competency in businesses involved in the transport of dangerous merchandise.
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Subjects

Safety - Transport
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