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Dangerous goods are solid, liquid or gaseous materials that can harm people, property or the environment. They contain hazardous properties that are harmful to human health and safety, infrastructure and transportation. Most dangerous goods are subject to federal and international regulations.

Hazardous Material

In the United States, they are commonly known as hazardous materials, abbreviated as HAZMAT or HazMat. The packaging and transportation of these goods are governed by various regulatory agencies, which break them into nine classes based on their hazards. They include explosives, gases, flammable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizing substances, toxic and infectious substances, radioactive materials, corrosives and miscellaneous dangerous goods.

Many packaging and logistics companies specialize in dangerous goods. Most of these companies are proficient in all nine classes of hazardous materials. Their wide range of services includes packaging, labeling, packing, freight forwarding and training.

Some companies specialize in a particular class of dangerous goods. For example, TEN-E Packaging Services specialize in medical and pharmaceutical packaging. Their innovative testing equipment is designed specifically for biohazardous dangerous goods and medical packaging.

Companies like TEN-E provide package and product testing services for companies around the world. Their expertise in medical-related dangerous goods help companies choose containers that protect both their products and brand. Learn more about TEN-E.com at http://ten-e.com.

In the United States, dangerous goods usually have a diamond-shaped sign on the product, container or building where it is stored. The color of the diamond signifies its class or hazard. For example, flammable materials are marked with a red diamond to indicate fire or heat. Green signifies non-flammable, non-toxic gas because after World War II, all compressed air vessels or tanks were this color in France. The diamond system originated in France.

Businesses that need packaging or logistics services for dangerous goods must consider a number of factors. First, these companies should have training and expertise in packaging and handling hazardous materials. Second, they must make ensure that all packaging, packing, labeling and transportation meets or exceeds all of the regulatory requirements. Third, the packaging must perform in harsh environmental conditions. Last, the transport of goods must be safe and reliable.

Want a FREE Dota 2 Beta Key? Join My Giveaway!

I know many DotA players out there are still wishing for a free DotA 2 beta key. Here’s your chance! Dota 2 Philippines generously gave me 20 DotA 2 beta keys to give away on my blog.

Win FREE Dota 2 beta keys here!

Yes, 20 beta keys to 20 gamers! So, if you’re still not playing the game and you’re stuck with the DotA mod in Warcraft 3, playing on Garena to join gamers around the world, here’s your chance to win a free Dota 2 beta key!

The mechanics are pretty simple. To join, click here or click on the banner above.

If you’re a computer shop owner in the Philippines, you’d be glad to know that Dota 2 Philippines is actually giving away beta keys to be used for our business. To know how to get free Dota 2 beta keys for your internet café business, click here.

Want a FREE Dota 2 Beta Key? Join My Giveaway!

I know many DotA players out there are still wishing for a free DotA 2 beta key. Here’s your chance! Dota 2 Philippines generously gave me 20 DotA 2 beta keys to give away on my blog.

Win FREE Dota 2 beta keys here!

Yes, 20 beta keys to 20 gamers! So, if you’re still not playing the game and you’re stuck with the DotA mod in Warcraft 3, playing on Garena to join gamers around the world, here’s your chance to win a free Dota 2 beta key!

The mechanics are pretty simple. To join, click here or click on the banner above.

If you’re a computer shop owner in the Philippines, you’d be glad to know that Dota 2 Philippines is actually giving away beta keys to be used for our business. To know how to get free Dota 2 beta keys for your internet café business, click here.

Slow July, Hoping for a Productive August

It’s a cold, gloomy Wednesday and it seems like tropical storm Gener has no plans of leaving the country yet. I usually love this kind of weather, but it’s too depressing because of fears of a replay of typhoon Pedring. I’m just glad that I have a long list of things to accomplish that I can keep my mind off, at least for a while, the flood here our city.

The month of July seemed like forever, especially because of financial troubles I encountered. However, for some reason, it’s now August and I manage to still have money in my account. I spend the end of the month checking on how much I’ve earned and spent the past month, and I honestly don’t know how I was able to get by. And I can’t be more than thankful that at the end of the day, my family can still have 2-3 meals a day.

Saving for a rainy dayYou might think I’m too extravagant for my own good. My expenses from July are not from shopping senselessly online and offline. I was able to take care of improvements in my computer shop business. I pay all our bills here, except for our water bill. I paid off the last credit card bill for my computers at my internet cafe, and I can proudly say they’re now my own! 🙂

I also paid off my Pag-ibig and Philhealth contributions ’til the end of 2012. This August, I’ll be paying for my mom’s SSS contributions and mine. Aside from these, I’m looking at signing us up with a new HMO. My parents and I are not getting any younger, so it’s time to take insurances for the future more seriously than ever. See, I am now thinking of rainy days that might come. Since I started working online and as a freelancer, I can no longer depend on anyone to take care of all these, so I have to do it all by myself. Well, okay, with my mom’s help, of course.

Since I wanted to start seriously earning money online, I needed to buy new hosting, domains and components I’d need for the sites I’m setting up this August. I’m hoping I can get reliable people to work with me for the success of these projects. Good thing there are popular online coupons from websites I can rely on to get much needed discounts for some of my online purchases. I managed to save 1/3 off the usual prices of the domains and new hosting I bought. That’s why I’m now, more than ever, a believer of sites like Coupon Codes USA that provide us with information on promos that we can take advantage of, so the money we save can be used elsewhere. 🙂

Keeping track of my personal finances

After working on my end-of-month report of expenses from July, I have vowed to keep my finances in-check. In fact, I have decided to revamp my blog, Pinay Online Money Maker, to also focus on managing online earnings. It can be a little tricky, especially for frequent online shoppers like me, to save our hard-earned money from our online endeavors. This is why I am taking this more earnestly now because I have big plans for my future.

Any tips on how you manage your personal finances? Please share at the comments section. 🙂

Slow July, Hoping for a Productive August

It’s a cold, gloomy Wednesday and it seems like tropical storm Gener has no plans of leaving the country yet. I usually love this kind of weather, but it’s too depressing because of fears of a replay of typhoon Pedring. I’m just glad that I have a long list of things to accomplish that I can keep my mind off, at least for a while, the flood here our city.

The month of July seemed like forever, especially because of financial troubles I encountered. However, for some reason, it’s now August and I manage to still have money in my account. I spend the end of the month checking on how much I’ve earned and spent the past month, and I honestly don’t know how I was able to get by. And I can’t be more than thankful that at the end of the day, my family can still have 2-3 meals a day.

Saving for a rainy dayYou might think I’m too extravagant for my own good. My expenses from July are not from shopping senselessly online and offline. I was able to take care of improvements in my computer shop business. I pay all our bills here, except for our water bill. I paid off the last credit card bill for my computers at my internet cafe, and I can proudly say they’re now my own! 🙂

I also paid off my Pag-ibig and Philhealth contributions ’til the end of 2012. This August, I’ll be paying for my mom’s SSS contributions and mine. Aside from these, I’m looking at signing us up with a new HMO. My parents and I are not getting any younger, so it’s time to take insurances for the future more seriously than ever. See, I am now thinking of rainy days that might come. Since I started working online and as a freelancer, I can no longer depend on anyone to take care of all these, so I have to do it all by myself. Well, okay, with my mom’s help, of course.

Since I wanted to start seriously earning money online, I needed to buy new hosting, domains and components I’d need for the sites I’m setting up this August. I’m hoping I can get reliable people to work with me for the success of these projects. Good thing there are popular online coupons from websites I can rely on to get much needed discounts for some of my online purchases. I managed to save 1/3 off the usual prices of the domains and new hosting I bought. That’s why I’m now, more than ever, a believer of sites like Coupon Codes USA that provide us with information on promos that we can take advantage of, so the money we save can be used elsewhere. 🙂

Keeping track of my personal finances

After working on my end-of-month report of expenses from July, I have vowed to keep my finances in-check. In fact, I have decided to revamp my blog, Pinay Online Money Maker, to also focus on managing online earnings. It can be a little tricky, especially for frequent online shoppers like me, to save our hard-earned money from our online endeavors. This is why I am taking this more earnestly now because I have big plans for my future.

Any tips on how you manage your personal finances? Please share at the comments section. 🙂