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Technical Talk on Dangerous Cargo Transportation by Road Vehicles – Global Standards and Local Requirements
Venue: Wisma IEM, 02- C&S Lecture Room, Second Floor, 03- TUS Lecture Room, Second Floor
Date & Time: 18 Oct 2018 (6:00 PM - 7:29 PM)
CPD/PDP: 2
Closing Date Before: 15-Oct-2018 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)

SYNOPSYS

In terms of transportation, “dangerous cargo or goods“are the materials that could give rise to potential danger to the people in the vicinity and the surrounding environment. These cargo could be in the form of gaseous, liquid or solid, pressurised or unpressurised, packed in bulk tankers or in small containers or boxes. They can be combustible, caustic, explosive or toxic.

In view of the potential danger or hazard, it is imperative that the transportation, including handling is regulated by statutory requirements and guidelines, particularly the vehicle construction, actual cargo movement and measures to be taken in case of accident.

For this talk, the speaker will highlight the various international standards for the transportation by road vehicles on public roads , eg., ISO Standards, Australian Design Rules (ADR), Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) and Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards   (FMVSS), USA. He will then zoom onto the Malaysian legislations and requirements, especially the highly hazardous cargo (eg., combustible, pressurised, or toxic), in tankers or in small size containers or boxes.

Furthermore, the speaker will also elaborate on the constructional features needed for the road vehicles, their regular maintenance and inspection by the vehicle owners and the drivers.


SPEAKER BIODATA

Mr Manfred Lottiq is the Vice President Mobility SEA & Director of TUV Rheinland Malaysia Sdn Bhd – an accredited testing laboratory on automotive components and vehicles as well as other engineering disciplines in Malaysia.

He graduated from University of Applied Sciences, Germany in 1983, majoring in mechanical engineering. After graduation, he joined RWTUV Siegen Germany as authorised vehicle expert. In 1994, he moved to TUV Rheinland Germany as authorised vehicle expert also.  In 2011, he was promoted and posted to TUV Rheinland Singapore as Deputy Country Manager. He also served in TUV Rheinland Japan for two years. With the set up of TUV Rheinland Malaysia Sdn Bhd in 2012, he came to Kuala Lumpur as Chief Operating Officer; and then as Head of Technical Services when the company is designated as accredited laboratory under UNECE WO29 for automotive type approval in 2014. In short he has a vast experience on automotive engineering and machinery technology, particularly on international standards, technical requirement and homologation to UNECE and EC regulations.

Besides, he also has expertise on management system. He was the certified lead auditor for ISO9001:2000, ISO14001:1996, OHSAS 18001 as well as ISO/TS 16949.


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