Dangerous goods data packages and routines for incorporation into cargo booking, handling and planning systems.
Many corporate system developments incorporate Hazcheck Toolkits data and programs to achieve fast, cost-effective implementation and the highest standards of functionality and accuracy.
Hazcheck Toolkits delivers dangerous goods validation functionality in 'building blocks' for integration into existing or developing systems.
Data files are available in Microsoft Access, CSV files or fixed format. Additional fields and formats on request
Toolkits are available via the following methods:-
- web services - web service hosted by Exis or the customer
- a Windows DLL written in C# , for .NET users
- a Windows DLL written in C, for calling from other languages
- Java class files for non-windows applications
For each toolkit a small sample program is provided, with source code, to demonstrate calling the routines. The toolkits are self-contained and do not depend on other third-party products or access to external servers. The C# and Java versions are thread-safe, and can be called from a multi-threaded server application.
- Outsourcing expertise - detailed knowledge of IMDG Code, 49 CFR, ADR, TDG and RID regulations not required as Hazcheck Toolkits offers 'off the shelf' routines for inhouse developers.
- Fast implementation - implement the integration of the dangerous goods module into your system much quicker. Customers have reduced development time from two years to six months or less.
- Peace of mind - customers can concentrate on their overall IT system, not specific requirements such as the dangerous goods functionality
- Quality assured data - Hazcheck Toolkits validation system has been in use for over ten years, and has been constantly improved based on user feedback
- Current data - we supply an updated Toolkit whenever there is an update to the regulations
Customised databases: UN numbers, names, classes, subrisks, flashpoints, from the Dangerous Goods List - see additional IMDG DGL data under the resources & support section
Segregation/stowage routines: calculate the segregation requirements between containers/vehicles containing incompatible dangerous goods or segregation within CTUs. Identify if shipments are permitted on or under deck on cargo, passenger ships, in tanks, limited and excepted quantities and so on.
Packaging routines: check that commodities are shipped in compliant packages and do not exceed maximum permitted weight or capacity