All products that are dangerous goods must be reported to Labrador Marine at least 48 hours prior to loading at St. Barbe or Blanc Sablon. The customer has an obligation under law to declare any dangerous goods.

Dangerous goods are deemed to be any product that has a UN number and is transported using the applicable rules as per IMDG code that governs movement of dangerous goods by sea. A dangerous goods declaration must be sent through the form found below, by email or fax. 

Dangerous Goods Declaration

This declaration must be completed, with all applicable info, and sent to the LMI Operations Manager. Dangerous Goods requests must be received no later than 48 hours prior to scheduled departure. Customers should note that dangerous goods requests are handled in order of date/time received therefore new requests may be bumped to a later date if there’s a conflict with previously booked products.

Once received, the declaration will be processed and you will be informed of requirements. The customer will receive confirmation of which products can be moved on a regular crossing and which products require a dangerous goods run. Products requiring a dangerous goods crossing will be reserved for first possible crossing and the customer will be advised accordingly. 

Ways to Submit Your Dangerous Goods Declaration

Online

Fax or Email

If you prefer to submit your Dangerous Good Declaration via email of fax, download the form, fill it out and proceed to fax (709 535 0127) or email (dleyden@woodwards.nf.ca) the document.