ACCIDENTS Despite a slight rise in the number of incidents reported last year, the latest statistics published by the UK’s Chemical Business Association paint a generally positive picture in terms of the chemical distribution sector’s levels of all-round safety
DISTRIBUTION Close attention to safety and a proven ability to handle complex delivery requirements are among the approaches Cardiff-headquartered Rhys Davies Freight Logistics is using to help it stand out from the crowd
The UK’s Chemical Business Association (CBA) has made a commitment to provide compliance training on demand to its member companies, a move that it believes is the first of its kind by any UK trade association to date.
CONFERENCE REPORTKeeping up with regulatory change is one thing, applying the new provisions is another. And there are often ways to get around them, as delegates to this year’s VCA Update Seminar heard
The UK Chemical Business Association (CBA) reports that its distributor member companies achieved a 46 per cent fall in transport incidents last year, while their on-site incident rate fell to its lowest level since its Responsible Care programme began in 1993.
Rhys Davies Freight Logistics (RDFL), a national UK haulage, transport and freight logistics firm, has become accredited as a member of the Responsible Care Programme operated by the country’s Chemical Business Association (CBA).