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BASIC IMDG TRAINING
Amendment 35-10
Transport Regulations
Recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods
(United Nations)
• International
– IMO  International Maritime Organisation
– IATA  International Air Transport Association
• European
– ADR  European Agreement concerning the international transport of
Dangerous goods by Road
– RID  Règlement International concernant le transport des
marchandises Dangereuses per chemins de fer
– ADN  Accord europeen rélatif au transport international des
marchandises Dangereuses par Navire sur le Rhin
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IMDG-Code
SOLAS
Convention for the Safety Of Life At Sea
– SOLAS 1 (1914)
 « the carriage of dangerous goods is forbidden »
– COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON THE
TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS
United Nations Recommendations
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INTERNATIONAL
MARITIME
DANGEROUS
GOODS
CODE
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SOLAS 74 Provisions of regulation II-2/19
Document of COMPLIANCE
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Stability requirements
Sources of ignition (electrical equipment, wiring)
Detection + alarm system requirements
Ventilation : ≥ 6 changes/hr
Bilge pumping
Personal protection (e.g. 2 self contained breathing apparatus)
Portable fire extinguishers
Bulkhead requirements
And many other specific details are resulting :
Total sum of the above = The document of compliance for the carriage of dangerous cargo.
This document is expiring at a regular basis and must be renewed.
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Compliance with the IMDG-Code
Verification and control by
the local national COMPETENT AUTHORITY
e.g. Belgium: CA = Scheepvaartcontrole, Germany: CA = Wasserschutzpolizei,
The Netherlands = Inspectie Verkeer en Waterstaat, US Coast Guard
Application and Implementation : manufacturers, packers, shippers,
port authorities
 WORLD WIDE
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AMENDEMENTS
– Need for regular modifications
– Modification = AMENDMENT  Every 2 Years !!!
– On 1/1/2011 the 35th modification became in force
– 35th Amdt. must be used as from 1/1/2012
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STRUCTURE
IMDG Code
Amdt. 35-10
volume 1
BASIC PRINCIPLES
IMDG Code
Amdt. 35-10
volume 2
DETAILED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL SUBSTANCES
IMDG Code
Amdt. 35-10
SUPPLEMENT
SHIP/PORT INTERFACE MATTERS
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STRUCTURE
volume 1
PART 1
GENERAL PROVISIONS, DEFINITIONS AND TRAINING
PART 2
CLASSIFICATION
PART 4
PACKING AND TANK PROVISIONS
PART 5
CONSIGNMENT PROCEDURES
PART 6
CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING OF PACKAGES, IBC’S, LARGE
PACKAGINGS, PORTABLE TANKS AND ROAD TANK VEHICLES
PART 7
PROVISIONS CONCERNING TRANSPORT OPERATIONS
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STRUCTURE
volume 2
PART 3
DANGEROUS GOODS LIST AND LIMITED QUANTITIES
APPENDIX
A
LIST OF GENERIC AND N.O.S. PROPER SHIPPING
NAMES
APPENDIX
B
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
INDEX
SUBSTANCES, MATERIAL OR ARTICLE
EXCEPTIONS
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STRUCTURE
SUPPLEMENT
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
MEDICAL FIRST AID GUIDE (MFAG)
REPORTING PROCEDURES
PACKING CARGO TRANSPORT UNITS
USE OF PESTICIDES IN SHIPS
INTERNATIONAL CODE FOR THE SAFE CARRIAGE
OF PACKAGED IRRADIATED NUCLEAR FUEL,
PLUTONIUM AND HIGH-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE
WASTES ON BOARD SHIPS (INF CODE)
APPENDIX
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VOLUME 1 - part 1
General provisions, definitions and training
•1.1 General provisions
•1.2 Definitions, units of measurement and abbreviations
•1.3 Training
•1.5 General provisions concerning class 7
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Volume 1 - PART 1
Chapter 1.1
General provisions
• Conventions : transport of dangerous goods in
packaged form or in solid form in bulk
• Dangerous goods forbidden for transport: SP900
– HYDROGEN CYANIDE, SOLUTION (>45%)
– AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS
• Conventions : transport of dangerous goods in
packaged form or in solid form in bulk
volume 2
Dangerous
goods list
Special Provision 900: provides a list of substances which are
forbidden for transport !!!
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Chapter 1.2
Definitions, units of measurement
and abbreviations
• Definitions :
» Cargo transport unit (CTU) : (tank)containers, road
freight(tank) vehicle, railway(tank)wagon
» Package : packaging + contents prepared for transport
» Combination packaging : ≥ 1 inner packagings secured in
an outer packaging
» Consignor : shipper, consignee
» Unit load : packages permanently secured together (pallet,
pallet box, sling)
• List of abbreviations
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Volume 1 - part 1
Chapter 1.3 Training and Refreshment Training
Mandatory as from the 01/01/2010
GENERAL AWARENESS
classes, labelling and marking, packing, stowage, segregation, documents
FUNCTION SPECIFIC
SAFETY
procedures for accident avoidance, emergency response information and procedures,
personal protective clothing and equipment
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Volume 1 - part 1
VOLUME 1
SUBJECT
Part / Section
1
General provisions, definitions, training
Chapter 1.4
SECURITY
PROVISIONS
“The training of shore-side personnel, as specified in chapter 1.3,
shall also include elements of security awareness”
• the nature of security risks
• recognizing security risks
• methods to adress and reduce risks
• actions to be taken in the event of a security breach
• awareness of security plans
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VOLUME 1
VOLUME 1
SUBJECT
Part / Section
1
General provisions, definitions, training
2
Classification
2.0
Definitions classes, packing group, UN number
3
Dangerous goods list and limited quantities
5
Consignment procedures (documentation)
7.2
Segregation requirements
7.8
Transport of wastes
7.9
List of competent authorities
IMDG-Code
Supplement
Ems
MFAG
SUBJECT
Emergency Response Procedure
Medical First Aid Guide
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VOLUME 1 - part 2
CLASSIFICATION
•2.0 Introduction
•- responsibilities
• classes, responsibilities, packing groups
• UN Numbers and Proper Shipping Names
• Classification of substances...
•2.1 -> 2.9 = class 1 -> class 9
•2.10 Marine pollutants
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Volume 1 –part 2 - classification
Chapter 2.0 Introduction
•Responsibilities:
• Classification: by shipper/consignor or
competent authority (the list is in chapter 7.9)
• Classes, divisions, packing groups
• UN Numbers and Proper Shipping Names
• Classification of substances, mixtures and solutions
with multiple hazards
• Transport of samples
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Material Safety Data Sheet
1.
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7.
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15.
16.
IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT, ENTERPRISE
COMPOSITION, INFO COMPONENT
RISKS
EHBO
FIREFIGHTINGMEASURES
MEASURES FOR ACCIDENTAL RELEASE
HANDLING AND STORAGE
CONTROL, EXPOSURE? PBM’S
PHYSICAL,CHEMICAL QUALITIES
STABILITY, REACTIVITY
TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISPOSAL
INFORMATION FOR TRANSPORT
REGULATORY MANDATORY INFORMATION
ADDITIONAL INFO
 For professional user
 At first delivery
 Free
 Very complete information
? Language user, recent version
! IMDG/ADR/RID/ADNR
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IMDG-CLASS 1
◦ 1.1MASS EXPLOSION HAZARD
RESTRICTED
CLASS
◦ 1.2PROJECTION HAZARD
◦ 1.3FIRE HAZARD (MINOR BLAST
HAZARD / PROJECTION HAZARD)
◦ 1.4EFFECTS LARGELY CONFINED TO
THE PACKAGE – UN0432
◦ 1.5VERY INTENSIVE SUBSTANCES
WHICH HAVE A MASS EXPLOSION
HAZARD
◦ 1.6EXTREMELY INSENSITIVE ARTICLES
WHICH DO NOT HAVE A MASS
EXPLOSION HAZARD
UN < 1000!
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2.1
2.2
2.3
COMPRESSED-LIQUEFIED-REFRIGERATEDDISSOLVED
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UN 1075 CLASS 2.1 petroleum gases, liquefied
UN 1963 CLASS 2.2 helium, refrigerated liquid
UN 1079 CLASS 2.3 (8) sulphur dioxide
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IMDG-CLASSES
CLASS 3: flammable liquids
FLASHPOINT
BOILING
POINT
PACKING
GROUP
—
≤ 35°C
I
< 23 °C
> 35°C
II
≥ 23°C to ≤ 60°C
> 35°C
III
+ temperature controlled liquids > flashpoint
+ Heated substances in liquid state that release an explosive vapour
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CLASS 4.1:
Flammable solids, self-reactive
substances and solid desensitized
explosives
CLASS 4.2:
substances liable to spontaneous
combustion
CLASS 4.3:
substances which, in contact with
water, emit flammable gases.
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IMDG-CLASSES
FLAMMABLE SOLIDS
UN 1331 MATCHES “STRIKE ANYWHERE”
UN 1334 NAPHTALENE, CRUDE
SELF-REACTIVE SUBSTANCES
UN 3236 2,2’-AZODI(2,4-DIMETHYLVALERONITRIL)
CONTROL TEMP. + 5°C
EMERGENCY TEMP. + 10°C
SOLID DESENSITIZED EXPLOSIVES
UN 1310 AMMONIUM PICRATE, WETTED
4.1
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4.2
EXAMPLE : substance liable to spontaneous combustion:
UN 1365 COTTON, WET
EXAMPLE: UN 1402 CALCIUM CARBIDE
4.3
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CLASS 5.1: oxidizing substances
UN 2067 AMMONIUM NITRATE FERTILIZER
CLASS 5.2: organic peroxides
UN 3115 ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE D, LIQUID,
TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED
(DIACETYLPEROXIDE) CT +20°C ET +25°C
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IMDG-CLASSES
CLASS 6.1: toxic substances
UN 1671 PHENOL, SOLID
UN 2992 CARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID,
TOXIC
CLASS 6.2: Infectious substances
UN 3291 CLINICAL WASTE N.O.S.
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IMDG-CLASSES
CLASS 7: Radioactive
material
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IMDG-CLASSES
CLASS 8: corrosive substances
 no irritating products
 acids and bases
 products that become corrosive in
contact with water
UN 2794 BATTERIES, WET, FILLED WITH ACID
UN 2672 AMMONIA SOLUTION, 10-35%
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IMDG-CLASSES
CLASS 9: Miscellaneous
dangerous substances and
articles and environmentally
hazardous substances
health threatening substances
substances which may form dioxins when on
fire
substances which evolve flammable vapors
marine pollutant substances
heated substances
solid: ≥ 240°C; liquid: ≥
100°C
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DANGEROUS GOODS LIST,
SPECIAL PROVISIONS AND EXCEPTIONS
• 3.1
• 3.2
• 3.3
• 3.4
• 3.5
General
Dangerous Goods list
Special provisions applicable to certain substances
Limited quantities
Dangerous goods packed in excepted quantities
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“LQ”: PACKING
– Inside packaging in an outside packaging
– Max. gross weight:
– Package ≤ 30 kg
– Wrapped trays: ≤ 20 kg
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“LQ”: MARKING AND LABELLING
3.4.5.1. Packages containing dangerous goods in limited quantities
need not to be labelled nor marked with the marine pollutant
mark, proper shipping name or UN number of the contents, but
shall bear the marking shown below. (100mmx100mm)
3.4.5.5. Cargo transport units (250mmx250mm)
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Chapter 3.4: Limited Quantities
“LQ”
– Some clases (not 1, 2.3, 5.2, 6.2, 7)
– New in 35-10: exempted quantities (very small)
– (EQ: max/CTU not more than 100)
Dangerous
Goods List:
column 7 & 7B
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Exempted quantities mark
Primary class
Name of the consignor or of
the consignee shall be shown
in this location if not shown
elsewhere on the package.
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PACKING AND TANK PROVISIONS
•4.1 Use of packagings, including intermediate bulk containers (IBC’s)
and large packagings
• 4.2 Use of portable tanks and MEGCs
• 4.3 Use of bulk containers
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Chapter 4.1 use of:
 Packagings
 IBC’s
 Large packagings
• Chapter 4.2 use of:
• Portable tanks
• MEGC’s
• Chapter 4.3 use of
bulk packagings
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Chapter 4.1
• Packing instructions
• P: packagings
» LIQUIDS: P001
» SOLIDS: 9002
» GASES: P200
• IBC: IBC’s
• LP: large packagings
Dangerous
Goods
List:
column 8
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
Chapter 4.1
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Special packing provisions for individual substances
or articles
•
•
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PP: for packagings
B: for IBC’s
L: for large packagings
Dangerous goods list: column 9
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Chapter 4.1:Special packing provisions
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
Chapter 4.1 Packing instructions
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PORTABLE TANKS - MEGCs
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Chapter 4.2
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(p.200-…)
PORTABLE TANKS
 Filling degree
 Tank type T1-T22
 Columns 12-14 (p.209)
 Special provisions! (p.217)
Example UN 2078
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Chapter 4.3: Use of bulk containers
• Only for some solids
• In closed transport units
Dangerous
goods list:
column 13 “BK2”
• Class 4.3 load/unload opening watertight
• Class 5.1 no contact with wood or other flammable
material
• Class 8 load/unload opening watertight; no contact
with parts that can be affected
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CONSIGNMENT PROCEDURES
• 5.1 General provisions
• 5.2 Marking and labelling of packages including IBCs
• 5.3 Placarding and marking of cargo transport units
• 5.4 Documentation
• 5.5 Special provisions
•- fumigated CTUs (UN3359)
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CONSIGNEMENT PROCEDURES
P.201
Chapter 5.1
 General provisions
• Use of overpacks, unit loads
If not visible from the outside, all marks and labels of the
packing must also be attached on the outside of the unit load
• Empty uncleand packages or unit
If uncleaned, they shall comply with the provisions applicable to
the goods last contained in the unit or packagings.
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Chapter 5.2
 Marking of packages including IBCs
• Proper Shipping Name
• Corresponding UN Number (preceded by the letters
”UN”)
• “SALVAGE” on salvage packagings
• IBCs of more than 450l capacity: on two opposing sides
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Chapter 5.2
 Labelling of packages including IBCs
•
•
•
•
•
Near the Proper Shipping Name
Not covered or obscured
On a surface of contrasting colour
Primary and subsidiary risks next to each other
IBCs of more than 450l capacity: on two opposing sides
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Marking and Labelling
Shall be such that this information will be identifiable on
packages surviving three month’s immersion in the
sea
Labels: diamond-shaped with minimum dimensions of
100mm by 100mm
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Chapter 5.3: cargo transport unit
Front end wall
End wall with door
Right hand side wall
Left hand side wall
Min. 250mm
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IMDG:several IMO-placards
UN 1016 CARBON MONOXIDE, COMPRESSED
UN 1072 OXYGEN, COMPRESSED
UN 1340 PHOSPHORUS PENTASULPHIDE
UN 2029 HYDRAZINE, ANHYDROUS
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Chapter 5.3: cargo transport unit
Display of UN Numbers: tank cargo transport units
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Display of UN Numbers: packaged goods
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IMDG 5.3.2.3
“Cargo transport units containing marine
pollutants shall clearly display the marine
pollutant mark, even if the transport unit
contains packages not required to bear the
marine pollutant mark”
+
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Chapter 5.4: Documentation
(p.242-251)
Dangerous goods transport document
» Responsibility: consignor
» Form: free
» Mixed cargo: dangerous goods first
» More than one page: consecutively numbered
» Name and address consignor and consignee
» Date this document was prepared or given to initial
carrier
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Dangerous goods transport document
• Dangerous goods description:
1. UN-number (UN…)
2. Proper Shipping Name
3. Class or division, compatibility + (subsidiary hazard
class)
4. Where assigned: packing group (“PG…”)
5. If flashpoint ≤ 60°C: (…°C)
6. If marine pollutant: “MARINE POLLUTANT”
7. If limited quantities: “limited quantities” or “LTD QTY”
8. If aerosols >MSC
1000ml:
“capacity
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Dangerous goods transport document
• Example Dangerous goods description:
• UN1779, formic acid, class 8, PG II
1.2.3.4.
2.3.1.4.
• UN1098, Allyl alcohol, 6.1 (3), I (21°C)
• Allyl alcohol 6.1 (3), UN 1098, PG I (21°C)
• UN3082, ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS
SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S. (hexylbenzene), class
9, PG III, MARINE POLLUTANT
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Dangerous goods transport document
Give a correct product description:
 UN2789 ACETIC ACID, GLACIAL
 Malathion (UN3082)
 UN 1699 magnesium cyanide
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Dangerous goods transport document
5.4.1.5.1 Total quantity of dangerous goods
“Except for empty uncleaned packagings, the total quantity of
dangerous goods covered by the description (by volume or mass as
appropriate) of each item of dangerous goods bearing a different
Proper Shipping Name, UN Number or packing group shall be
included. For class 1 dangerous goods, the quantity shall be the net
explosive mass. For dangerous goods transported in salvage
packagings, an estimate of the quantity of dangerous goods shall be
given.”
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Dangerous goods transport document
5.4.1.5.1 Total quantity of dangerous goods
“The number and kind (e.g. drum, box, etc.) of packages shall also be
indicated. UN packaging codes may only be used to supplement the
description of the kind of package (e.g. one box (4G)). Abbreviations
may be used to specify the unit of measurement for the total
quantity.”
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Dangerous goods transport document
5.4.1.5.2 Limited quantities
“limited quantity” or “LTD QTY” shall be included
Different LQ in the same outer packaging: PG III within the same class
may be packed together.
Statement: “Transport in accordance with 3.4.4.1.2 of the IMDG Code”
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5.4.1.6
CERTIFICATION
“I hereby declare that the contents of this consignment are fully and
accurately described above the Proper Shipping Name, and are
classified, packaged, marked and labelled/placarded, and are in all
respects in proper condition for transport according to applicable
international and national governments regulations”
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TRANSPORT DOCUMENT
DGD AND MULTIMODAL FILL IN
Appropriate
entries in DGD
Separate
document such
as MSDS
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EmS for use in
conjunction
with the
transport
document
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Container/vehicle packing certificate
• Container: clean, dry, fit to receive the goods
• Segregation applied
• Packages: externally inspected
• Drums stowed in upright position
• Goods in bulk: evenly distributed
• Class 1: container is structurally serviceable
• If CO2 is used: container is externally marked at the door end
• A dangerous goods transport document has been received for each
dangerous goods consignment
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Dry ice =
solid carbon dioxide
DRY ICE
-79°C: evaporates
without becoming liquid
first
HOW LONG CAN
YOU SURVIVE
WITHOUT…
Food: 30 days
A lot of dry ice in a
confined space: oxygen
deficiency
Water: 3 days
Oxygen: 3 minutes
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PACKING CERTIFICATE
IMDG-CONDITIONS
1. Dry, clean, okay to load goods in
International
Convention
for Save
Containers
Approved
Continuous
Examination
Program
APPROVED REPAIR AND
MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
PERIODICITY MUST NOT BE
MENTIONED
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CPC
“ I hereby declare that the
contents of this consignment are
full and accurately described
above by the Proper Shipping
Name, and are classified,
packaged, marked and
labelled/placarded, and are in
all respects in proper
condition for transport
according to applicable
international and national
governmental regulations
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
MULTIMODAL DANGEROUS GOODS FORMS
Advantages:
– Ok for both ADR as IMDG
– Containes preprinted “SHIPPER’S DECLARATION”
– Containes preprinted “CONTAINER PACKING CERTIFICATE”
REMARK: don’t forget: sign, identify, date!
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SHIPPER’S DECLARATION
“ I hereby declare that the contents of this
consignment are full and accurately described
above by the Proper Shipping Name, and are
classified, packaged, marked and
labelled/placarded, and are in all respects in
proper condition for transport according to
applicable international and national governmental
regulations
POSSIBLE
PROCEDURES:
1ex in container
1ex for driver
1ex FAX to customer
CONTAINER/VEHICLE PACKING CERTIFICATE
I hereby declare that the goods described
above have been packed/ loaded into the
container/vehicle identified above in
accordance with the applicable provisions.
MUST BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED FOR
ALL CONTAINER/VEHICLE LOADS BY
PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR
PACKING/LOADING
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Documentation required aboard the ship
• Special list or manifest (or a detailed stowage plan):
• Dangerous goods (marine pollutants) description
• Total quantity of dangerous goods (volume or mass)
• Stowage location
• Emergency response information
• Appropriate entries in the special list of manifest
• Separate document such as safety data sheet
• EmS for use in conjunction with the transport document and the MFAG
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Chapter 5.4 Documentation
Other required information and documentation
• Weathering certificate
• Certificate exempting a substance from the IMDG-code
• New self-reactive substances and organic peroxides: a statement by the
competent authority of the country of origin of the approved classification
and conditions of transport
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Chapter 5.5
Special provisions
Documentation and identification of fumigated units
UN 3359
FUMIGATED UNIT
* Insert info as appropriate
Not less than 300 mm
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Chapter 5.5
Special provisions
Documentation and identification of fumigated units
The transport document for a fumigated
unit shall show the type and amount of
fumigant used and the date and time of
fumigation.
In addition, instructions for disposal of any
residual fumigant, including fumigation
devices, shall be provided.
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New
*
*
*
*
VENTILATED ON ( date* )
* Insert info as appropriate
Not less than 300 mm
* Insert info as appropriate
Not less than 300 mm
No longer IMDG
Still dangerous
Gas can escape from the packing
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VOLUME 1 - part 6
CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING OF PACKAGINGS,
INTERMEDIATE BULK CONTAINERS, LARGE
PACKAGINGS, PORTABLE TANKS, MULTIPLEELEMENT GAS CONTAINERS (MEGCs) AND ROAD
TANK VEHICLES
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PART 6 construction and testing
• Chapter 6.1: PACKAGINGS
• 6.1.2 CODE FOR DESIGNATING
The following table indicates the codes to be used for designating types of
packagings depending on the kind of packagings, the material used for their
construction and their category; it also refers to the paragraphs to be consulted to
the appropriate provisions:
Kind
Material
1 Drums A Steel
B Aluminium
D Plywood
G Fibre
H Plastics
Metal, other than
N steel or aluminium
Category
non-removable head
removable head
non-removable head
removable head
non-removable head
removable head
non-removable head
removable head
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Code Paragrahp
1A1
6.1.4.1
1A2
1B1
6.1.4.2
1B2
1D
6.1.4.5
1G
6.1.4.7
1H1
6.1.4.8
1H2
N1
N2
6.1.4.3
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(p.256)
1A2
1A1
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(p.256)
1H1
1G
1H2
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Kind
2 (reserved)
3 Jerricans
Material
H
A
B
C
D
F
G
H
5 Bags
Code
non-removable head
removable head
Aluminium
non-removable head
removable head
Plastics
non-removable head
removable head
Steel
Aluminium
Natural Wood
ordinary
with sift-proof walls
Plywood
Reconstituted wood Fibreboard
Plastics
expanded
solid
Woven plastics
without inner lining or coating
sift-proof
water-resistant
Plastic film
Textile
without inner lining or coating
sift-proof
water-resistant
Paper
multiwall
multiwall, water-resistant
3A1
3A2
3B1
3B2
3H1
3H2
4A
4B
4C1
4C2
4D
4F
4G
4H1
4H2
5H1
5H2
5H3
5H4
5L1
5L2
5L3
5M1
5M2
A Steel
B
4 Boxes
Category
H
H
L
M
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6.1.4.4
6.1.4.4
6.1.4.8
6.1.4.14
6.1.4.14
6.1.4.9
6.1.4.10
6.1.4.11
6.1.4.12
6.1.4.13
6.1.4.16
6.1.4.17
6.1.4.15
6.1.4.18
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3H1
4D
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4G
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 6.1.2 CODE FOR DESIGNATING
6 Composite
packagings
H Plastics receptacle
in steel drum
in steel crate or box
in aluminium drum
in aluminium crate or box
in wooden box
in plywood drum
in plywood box
in fibre drum
in fibreboard box
in plastics drum
in solid plastic box
P Glass, porcelain, or in steel drum
stoneware receptacle in steel crate or box
in aluminium drum
in aluminium crate or box
in wooden box
in plywood drum
in wickerword hamper
in fibre drum
in fibreboard box
in expanded plastics packaging
in solid plastics packaging
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6HA1
6HA2
6HB1
6HB2
6HC
6HD1
6HD2
6HG1
3HG2
6HH1
6HH2
6PA1
6PA2
6PB1
6PB2
6PC
6PD1
6PD2
6PG1
6PG2
6PH1
6PH2
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• Chapter 6.1: PACKAGINGS
• 6.1.3 MARKING
u
n
(p.258-259)
X
Code/ Y / density (L) / test pressure / last 2 digits of the
Z max. gross
production year
weight (S)
Approving State / name of the producer or other
identification of the packaging
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Chapter 6.1: PACKAGINGS
 6.1.3 MARKING
(p.258-259)
synthetic packaging:
12
11
X: PG I, II, III
Y: PG II, III
Z: PG III
1
10
2
05
9
3
8
4
7
5
6
Max. 5 y unless:
- allowed by the competent
authority
- Shorter for specific products
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Chapter 6.1: PACKAGINGS
 6.1.4 PROVISIONS FOR PACKAGINGS
 Construction material
 Material thickness
 Reinforcement
 Welds
 Maximal capacity
 Maximal net mass
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Chapter 6.1: PACKAGINGS
 6.1.5 TEST PROVISIONS FOR PACKAGINGS
(p.268-273)
DROP TEST
LEAKPROOFNESS TEST
0.8 – 1.8 m
5’ under water 20-30 kPa
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Chapter 6.1: PACKAGINGS
 6.1.5 TEST PROVISIONS FOR PACKAGINGS
INTERNAL PRESSURE TEST
5-30’ max. 250 kPa
(p.268-273)
STACKING TEST
Min. 3m: 24h -28d
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Chapter 6.5: IBC’s
(p.314-…)
 6.5.1.4: CODE SYSTEM FOR IBC’s
The following types and codes for IBCs are assigned:
Material
Metal
A
B
Aluminium
N
Other than steel or aluminium
Flexible
H Plastics
L
Textile
M Paper
Category
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity
for solids, filled or discharged under pressure
for liquids
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity
for solids, filled or discharged under pressure
for liquids
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity
for solids, filled or discharged under pressure
for liquids
Code
Paragraph
6.5.5.1
11A
21A
31A
11B
21B
31B
11N
21N
31N
6.5.5.2
woven plastics without coating or liner
woven plastics, coated
woven plastics with liner
woven plastics, coated and with liner
plastics film
without coating or liner
coated
with liner
coated and with liner
multiwall
multiwall, water-resistant
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13H2
13H3
13H4
13H5
13L1
13L2
13L3
13L4
13M1
13M2
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Metal
A Steel
Flexible
H Plastics
Code 13H…
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Chapter 6.5: IBC’s
(p.316)
 6.5.1.4: CODE SYSTEM FOR IBC’s
Material
H Rigid plastics
Category
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity, fitted with
structural equipment
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity, freestandig
for solids, filled or discharged under pressure, fitted with
structural equipment
for solids, filled or discharged under pressure, freestandig
for liquids, fitted with structural equipment
for liquids, freestanding
HZ Composite with plastics inner for solids, filled or discharged by gravity, with rigid plastics
receptacle *
inner receptacle
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity, with flexible
plastics inner receptacle
for solids, filled or discharged under pressure, with rigid
plastic inner receptacle
for solids, filled or discharged under pressure, with flexible
plastics inner receptacle
for liquids, with rigid plastics inner receptacle
for liquids, with flexible plastics inner receptacle
G Fibreboard
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity
Wooden
C Natural woods
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity, with inner liner
D Plywood
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity, with inner liner
F Reconstituted wood
for solids, filled or discharged by gravity, with inner liner
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Code
11H1
Paragraph
6.5.5.3
11H2
21H1
21H2
31H1
31H2
11HZ1
6.5.5.4
11HZ2
21HZ1
21HZ2
31HZ1
31HZ2
6.5.5.5
6.5.5.6
11C
11D
11C
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 6.5.1.4: CODE SYSTEM FOR IBC’s
H Rigid plastics
Liquids: 31H…
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 6.5.1.4: CODE SYSTEM FOR IBC’s
HZ composite with
plastics liner
receptacle
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Chapter 6.5: IBC’s
 6.5.2 MARKING
u
n
X
Code/ Y /month, year of production /
Z
Approving State / name of the producer or other
identification of the packaging /
Weight stacking / max. allowed gross mass
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Chapter 6.5: IBC’s
 6.5.2 MARKING
u
n
13H3/Z/04 03/
B/… 1683/
0/1500
u
n
11A/Y/11 02/
NL/… 9865/
5400/1500
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P.316*: the stacking test
load in kilograms to be
placed on the IBC shall
be 1.8x the combined
max permissible gross
mass of the number of
similar IBC that may be
stacked on top of the IBC
during transport
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