TDGR

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AcronymDefinition
TDGRTransportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (Canada)
TDGRTruro Diocesan Guild of Ringers (est. 1897; bell ringers; UK)
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Quick Facts The new ban under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR) applies only to lithium metal batteries shipped as cargo on passenger aircraft.
Railway safety and transportation of dangerous goods regulations exist to protect the safety of the public.
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration revised its regulations to recognize containers manufactured in accordance with Transport Canada's Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations as equivalent to American containers.
Such a list for the 8,300,000 commercially available chemicals, in English and in French, would require over 550,000 pages of regulatory text (based on the sizes of the current lists in Canada's transportation of dangerous goods regulations and in the United Nations list).
The 2001 Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations will replace the previous version, which was enacted in 1985.
Publication of the clear language version of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDG Regulations) in Part II of the Canada Gazette is near.
Also in 1988, Transport Canada began a comprehensive review to ensure that emergency response assistance plans registered in accordance with the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations were proficient.
The Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations require that shippers indicate a 24-hour emergency telephone number on shipping documents when dangerous goods are involved.
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