Exis Technologies, headquartered in Darlington, UK, is the leading global supplier of Hazcheck IT compliance systems for the management of DG in sea transport and e-learning courses for the transport industry. Exis has over 30 years’ experience of supporting container lines (9 of the top 10), ferry lines, freight forwarders, ports and terminals. They are the software division of the National Cargo Bureau, New York. Together our not for profit mission is the Safety of Life and Cargo at Sea. www.existec.com
Hazcheck Systems are based on the IMDG Code and help customers to ship their DG quickly and efficiently, automatically checking stowage, segregation and packaging requirements (without the need for the IMDG Code books). They are updated and maintained in line with the IMDG Code Amendments and Errata. The systems range from a web-based subscription service for shippers and logistics companies (automatic checks and production of dangerous goods notes), to a powerful booking and management system for container lines and validation ‘Toolkits’ to integrate with existing computer-based systems (including a web service) www.hazcheck.com
We have developed a range of e-learning courses for the transport industry supported and sponsored by industry bodies TT Club, ICHCA and ITCO. IMDG Code e-learning (www.imdge-learning.com), CTUpack e-learning (www.ctupack.com) and Tank Container e-learning (www.tankcontainer-elearning.com) are all web-based with course content and assessment taking place online. All courses include a course completion certificate.
Exis works closely with industry partners to increase global awareness of regulatory changes and issues, and develops innovative solutions to make dangerous goods transport safer. Hazcheck Restrictions is a DG compliance portal for the global shipping community. Hazcheck Inspections is a web portal/database to record container inspection results. Exis developed CINSnet, a DG incidents database for container lines.
RPMASA are the regional representative for Exis Technologies in South Africa.