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TCC(NZ) Provides Key Information On Inventory Of Chemicals And Related Matters

17th November , 2016

Technical Compliance Consultant Ltd (NZ) brooks no delay in keeping clients well informed about HSNO and related issue in New Zealand.

What is NZloC and how you are affected by it?

The NZloC may be referred to as a register of hazardous chemicals considered as components in products under Group Standard Approvals. However, if a single-component chemical, on its own, or contained in a formulated product proves hazardous, yet not registered in NZloC, a new chemical notifications has to be submitted to the Read More

TCC(NZ) Continues To Provide Help in Regard To Hazardous Substances in NZ

17th November , 2016

Not unlike the average European, American, African or Australian, New Zealanders too use products having hazardous properties almost on daily basis both at home as well as work places. An estimated 150, 000 workplaces all over New Zealand reportedly use hazardous substances almost on daily basis. (Who doesn’t use petrol or diesel for running vehicles that are regarded as hazardous substances in the Kiwi country?)

However, the authorities in New Zealand had long felt the necessity of enacting and enforcing legal statutes to control the use, storage, importation, manufacturing, transportation and other issues relating to hazardous substances, as a result of which the infamous Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act came into being. Despite numerous modifications, amendments, repeals and additions, the Act still remains a puzzle for most users. Read More

TCC(NZ) provides guidelines for educational institutions too

17th November , 2016

The controversial yet highly effective Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act in the land of the Kiwis not only affect traders dealing in hazardous substances but also students, teachers and non-teaching staff in educational institutions all over the country. Nonetheless, it is more applicable to the science laboratories in schools and colleges where various inorganic acids, highly inflammable liquefied petroleum gas and other hazardous substances are stored and used almost on daily basis. However, Auckland based premiere HSNO specialist Technical Compliance Consultant Ltd (NZ)  has already prepared  a guideline for these institutions for easier compliance of the various sections of the legislation that are outlined below:

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TCC(NZ) Explains to Clients How Physical Property Controls Prevent Occurring of Hazards

17th November , 2016

To begin with, the Hazardous Substances (classes 1 through 5) Regulations 2001 were created for the explicit purpose of enforcing controls on:

  • Explosives (Class 1)
  • Inflammable Gases (Class 2)
  • Inflammable Liquids (Class 3)
  • Inflammable Solids (Class 4)
  • Oxidizing Substances that include Organic Peroxides (Class 5)

 

Known as ‘Physical Property Controls’ such regulations were primarily intended to prevent any hazard to occur, such as by way of transferring or removing ignition points away from inflammable substances, while providing proper management of hazardous substances and at the same time initiating controls to halt untoward effects arising out of exposure

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TCC(NZ) cautions clients handling Petrol and Diesel

17th November , 2016

Auckland based premiere HSNO mentor Technical Compliance Consultant Ltd (NZ) cautions clients handling Petrol and Diesel in the light of the amended rules as prescribed under the HSNO Act (Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act) in the following manner.

 

Petrol

Petrol, also called Gasoline (abbreviated form “Gas”) is a highly inflammable substance that is considered hazardous and so needs extreme care when being handled by laymen. If you need to store more than 100 liter of Petrol in your home, office or elsewhere, it is mandatory to be locked away in a safe place, away from fire or heat. However, when situation arises in regard to storing it differently, it should be done under Read More

TCC(NZ) Also Conducts Research on handling of Hazardous Substances at International Level

17th November , 2016

It may be of interest for many to know that Auckland based premiere HSNO consultant Technical Compliance Consultant Ltd (NZ) not only provides invaluable help to their clients complying with the provisions of the controversial Hazardous Substan-ces and New Organism Act 1996 in New Zealand but also conducts research on the allied topic.

 

Incidentally, most developed countries of the world have already made enactments to deal with hazardous substances as suited to their individual requirements, keeping in mind many of the International Environmental Agreements which are binding for countries that have formally ratified them. However, some of these are enumerated below.

 

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TCC(NZ) Familiarizes Clients with HSNO Technical Terms

17th November , 2016

Auckland based premiere HSNO consultant Technical Compliance Consultant Ltd (New Zealand) takes effective steps to familiarize their clients with HSNO Technical Terms since proper interpretation of these terms is essential towards complying with the various sections of the controversial Act.   However, here are some key terms that are used extensively all through the Act, along with their meaning.

 

Biocidal action in relation to a substance means the substance causes mortality, inhibited growth or inhibited reproduction, other than viruses, protozoan, bacterium, or any internal organism in humans or in other vertebrates.

 

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TCC(NZ) Ceaselessly Services its Clientele with Regular HSNO Updates

17th November , 2016

Auckland based HSNO consultant Technical Compliance Consultant Ltd (NZ) keeps its clients well informed about Hazardous Substances updates till July 2016 as will be evident from information provided below. However, clients can always refer back any issue that may create any confusion in regard to these updates. Nevertheless, here are some of the more relevant updates that people dealing in hazardous substances should know and implement in their day to day activities.

 

  1. The EPA is asking for submission in regard to their proposal for Notice for disposal and has opened the doors for consultation on their proposal to alter the rules for managing the disposal of hazardous substances in
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Reforming the Form or Leveling The Law

17th November , 2016

While most governmental bodies, emphasized premiere Auckland based HSNO consultant Technical Compliance Consultant Ltd (NZ),  remain contended reforming Questionnaire Forms following enforcement of law in a country, those in New Zealand go deep into it and reforms or at least attempts to reform the law itself. This is indeed praiseworthy for any government that governs its subjects.

 

Take the case of the government’s enforcement of the Resource Management Act, 1991, the purpose of which was to promote the sustainable management of natural and physical resources in the country, but who soon found it necessary to reform the enactment as well as to provide an overview of th

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