Manage International Freight Transfer

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Assignment 3 TLIA3507 Manage International Freight Transfer
Assignment:
TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE NUMBER 1:
Define what Dangerous goods is and how you would advise a client………………………2-4 How to identify and classify dangerous goods .include all the relevant Australian and International codes and regulations in the transport of dangerous goods internationally. 2:

What is your understanding of Export Logistics from a freight forwarder…………………5-6 Perspective? Research the evaluation process the freight forwarder have gone through also provide the key functions that freight forwarder provide with the international supply chain network today .explain in your discussion what is a supply chain and where freight forwarder sit in the chain. 3:

As a follow of assignment 2, research freight forwarders who will match the……………7-10 Requirements to export your product .You have to provide details of the freight forwarder (you can make up one to meet your product requirements) the systems and processes they will provide to ensure goods arrive at final destination to the customer satisfaction. You have to provide details of value added services that they will provide for you which will turn out to be cost effective and efficient and overall ensures smooth movement of your goods to customer. Bibliography…………………………………………………………………………………11

Q1:
Define what Dangerous goods is and how you would advise a client how to identify and classify dangerous goods .include all the relevant Australian and International codes and regulations in the transport of dangerous goods internationally. Answer:

Dangerous goods
Dangerous goods are solids, liquids, or gases that can harm people, other living organisms, property, or the environment. They are often subject to chemical regulations. "HazMat teams" are personnel specially trained to handle dangerous goods. Dangerous goods include materials that are radioactive, flammable,explosive, corrosive, oxidizing, asphyxiating, biohazardous, toxic, pathogenic, or allergenic. Also included are physical conditions such as compressed gases and liquids or hot materials, including all goods containing such materials or chemicals, or may have other characteristics that render them hazardous in specific circumstances. Dangerous goods are often indicated by diamond-shaped signage. The colours of each diamond in a way has reference to its hazard i.e.: Flammable = red because fire and heat are generally of red colour, Explosive = orange, because mixing red (flammable) with yellow (oxidising agent) creates orange. Non Flammable Non Toxic Gas = green, due to all compressed air vessels being this colour in France after World War II. France is where the diamond system of HazMat identification originated.

Handling of Dangerous goods:
People who handle dangerous goods will often wear protective equipment, and metropolitan fire departments often have a response team specifically trained to deal with accidents and spills. Persons who may come into contact with dangerous goods as part of their work are also often subject to monitoring or health surveillance to ensure that their exposure does not exceed occupational exposure limits. Laws to be used in handling these goods:

Laws and regulations on the use and handling of hazardous materials may differ depending on the activity and status of the material. For example, one set of requirements may apply to their use in the workplace while a different set of requirements may apply to spill response, sale for consumer use, or transportation. Most countries regulate some aspect of hazardous materials.

International laws for transporting Dangerous goods:
The most widely applied regulatory scheme is that for the transportation of dangerous goods. The United Nations Economic and Social Council issues the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, which form the basis for most regional and national regulatory schemes. For...
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