Introduces laws affecting all phases of packaging and packaged productsCritical background on liabilities and lawsuits from actual or alleged defectsOutlines obligations and techniques for reducing risk, injury and damage claims Written by two of the world's leading packaging experts, this technical book investigates the laws and liabilities associated with manufacturing, labeling and shipping packages. The book combines an analysis of legal responsibilities with design and technical recommendations to reduce liability. Sections cover the regulations and hazards of transport via truck, rail, ship and aircraft. Case law and court decisions are used to illustrate strategies to lower the risk of accidents and thus forestall lawsuits and damage claims. Covers personal injury, intellectual property, labels, cargo loading, regulations (including CFR 49, FMCSR, CVSA, and hazardous materials), tamper-evidence, accessibility, disposal, environmental impacts and more.hinge that is arranged substantially parallel to the first hinge identified in Claim 1. Applying that same analysis, it is my opinion that it would have been obvious to replace the door hinge means 64 of Foy with multiple hinges to hingedly attachanbsp;...
|Title||:||Packaging and Transportation Forensics|
|Author||:||S. Paul Singh, Jay Singh|
|Publisher||:||DEStech Publications, Inc - 2015-03-30|