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  3. 3. Doc 9481 AN1928 Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority 200!5-2006 Edition kiternational Civil Aviation Organization --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  4. 4. O ICAO 2004 --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Published in 2004 by the International Civil Aviation Organization 999 University Street Montreal, Quebec, Canada This publication or any part thereof may not be reproduced by any means without the prior written permission of ICAO. The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of ICAO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area, or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Printed in ICAO Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  5. 5. FOREWORD Annex 18 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation This document contains general information on the factors that may need to be considered when dealing with any dangerous goods incident. Guidance, in the form of checklists, is given for both flight crew and cabin crew, and is intended to be used in association with existing emergency procedures establishedin the aircraft flight manual. in addition, a list of dangerous goods is presented, both alphabeticallyand by UN (United Nations) number. The list identifies an appropriate emergency response drill for each item and a chart gives details of the drill and identifies other relevant safetymatters.The list of dangerousgoods presented in this document is based on the Dangerous Goods List (Table 3-1) contained in the 2005-2006 edition of the Technical Instructionsfor the Safe Transport of Dangerous G o o h by Air (Doc 9284) and reflects, therefore, all additions, deletions and changes to Table 3-1 introduced in that edition of the Technical instructions. Operators may wish to develop their own material based on this document or they may include all or part of it, such as the list of dangerous goods and the associated drill chart, in their operations manual. The document may also be used in the required dangerous goods training programme for crew members. - The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air - requires that ?The operator shall provide such information in the Operations Manual as will enable the flight crew to carry out its responsibilities with regard to the transport of dangerous goods and shall provide instructions as to the action to be taken in the event of emergencies arising involving dangerous goods.? This requirement is also included in the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284). Annex 6, Part I, Appendix 2 also requires that ?information and insìructions on the camage of dangerous goods, including action to be taken in the event of an emergency? be included in the operations manual. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- This document has been developed with the assistance of the Dangerous Goods Panel to provide guidance to States and operators for developing procedures and policies for dealing with dangerous goods incidents on board aircraft. It does not cover incidents which occur while the aircraft is on the ground, since emergency services should be available for such occurrences. (iii) Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  6. 6. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page . 1 1.I 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Cargo compartment classification .......................................................... Cargocompartmentlocations ............................................................. Fireextinguishers ....................................................................... Oxygenequipment ...................................................................... Accessibility of dangerous goods .......................................................... Emergency response kit .................................................................. 1 2 2 2 3 3 . SECTION2 Generalconsiderations 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 ............................................................. General ............................................................................... Dangerous goods in the passenger cabin ..................................................... Dangerous goods in the underfloor cargo compartments ........................................ Dangerous goods on the main deck of "combi" aircraft ......................................... Dangerous goods on cargo aircraft ......................................................... . SECTION 3 Examples of Dangerous Goods Incidents Checklists 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 ..................................... 4 4 5 5 5 6 7 Checklist for dangerous goods incidents ..................................................... 7 Amplified checklist for dangerous goods incidents ............................................ 8 Cabin crew checklist for dangerous goods incidents in the passenger cabin during flight .............. 10 Amplified cabin crew checklist for dangerous goods incidents in the passenger cabin during flight ...... 11 SECTION 4 . Chart of Drills and List of Dangerous Goods with Drill Reference Numbers ................. 4.1 Aircraft emergency response drills ......................................................... 4.2 Alphabetical list of dangerous goods with drill codes .......................................... 4.3 Numerical list of dangerous goods with drill codes ............................................ Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale 15 15 15 15 --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- ................................................................ SECTION 1 General Information
  7. 7. Section 1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 CARGO COMPARTMENT CLASSIFICATION there are means of excluding hazardous quantities of smoke, flames, or extinguishing agent from any compartment occupied by the crew or passengers; and Cargo compartments are classified in most national airworthiness requirements (e.g. F A R 25.857 and JAR 25.857) as follows: Class A . A Class A cargo or baggage compartment is one in which: there are means of controlling ventilation and draughts within the compartment so that the extinguishing agent used can control any fire that may start within the compartment. a) the presence of a fire would be easily discovered by a crew member while at his or her station; and ClassD. Class D cargo or baggage compartment is one A in which: b) each part of the compartment is easily accessible in flight. a fire occumng in it will be completely confined without endangering the safety of the aeroplane or the occupants; Class B. A Class B cargo or baggage compartment is one in which: there are means of excluding hazardous quantities of smoke, flames, or other noxious gases from any compartment occupied by the crew or passengers; there is sufficient access in flight to enable a crew member to effectively reach any part of the compartment with the contents of a hand fire extinguisher; ventilation and draughts are controlled within each compartment so that any fire likely to occur in the compartment will not progress beyond safe limits; and when the access provisions are being used, no hazardous quantity of smoke, flames or extinguishing agent will enter any Compartment occupied by the crew or passengers; and consideration is given to the effect of heat within the compartment on adjacent critical parts of the aeroplane. there is a separate approved smoke detector or fire detector system to give warning at the pilot or flight engineer station. For compartments of 14.2 m3or less, an airflow of42.5 m3 per hour is acceptable. Class C. A Class C cargo or baggage compartment is one not meeting the requirements for either a Class A or B compartment but in which: Class E. A Class E cargo compartment is one on aeroplanes used only for the camage of cargo and in which: there is a separate approved smoke or fire detector system to give warning at the pilot or flight engineer station; there is a separate approved smoke detector or fire detector system to give warning at the pilot or flight engineer station; there are means of shutting off the ventilating airflow to or within the compartment, and the controls for these means are accessible to the flight crew in the crew compartment; there is an approved built-in fire-extinguishing system controllable from the pilot or flight engineer station; --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- I Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  8. 8. Emergency Response Guidancefor Aircrajl Incidents Involving Dangerous Gooak 2 c) there are means of excludinghazardousquantitiesof smoke, flames, or noxious gases, from the flight crew compartment; and d) the required crew emergency exits are accessible under any cargo loading conditions. 1.2 CARGO COMPARTMENT LOCATIONS Typically, Class A cargo compartments are small cargo compartments that may be located between the flight deck znc! the pareEger cabin ^r adjacent to the gal!ey area ^r zt the back of the aircraft. A Class B cargo compartment is usually much larger than a Class A cargo compartment and can be located in an area remote from the flight deck. Class B cargo compartments are found on “combi” aircraft between the flight deck and the passenger cabin or behind the passengercabin at the rear of the aircraft. Note.- A “combi” aircraft is one in which both cargo andpassengers are carried on the main deck. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- The volume of a Class C cargo compartment is usually larger than Class A or B and such cargo Compartments are generally found under the floor in wide-bodied aircraft. A Class C cargo compartmentmay have two fire extinguishing systems, enabling a second charge of extinguishant to be fired into the cargo compartment some time after the fire has initially been controlled by the first charge. Instead of being equipped with fire detection and extinguishing systems, Class D cargo compartments are designed to control a fire by severely restricting the supply of oxygen. Class D cargo compartments are to be found under the passenger cabin floor on most jet transport aircraft. However, it must be appreciated that certain dangerous goods are in themselves oxygen producers. Therefore, it cannot be assumed that a fire in a Class D cargo compartment will necessarily self-extinguish. A Class E cargo compartmentnormally comprisesthe entire main deck compartment of a cargo aircraft. A conventional passenger aeroplane is usually fitted with either Class C or Class D cargo compartments under the passenger cabin. A cargo aeroplane is usually fitted with a Class E main deck cargo compartment and with Class D andor Class C underfioor cargo compartments.A “combi“ Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS aeroplane is usually fitted with a Class B main deck cargo compartment, either in front or behind the passenger cabin and with a Class C and/or Class D cargo compartment under the floor. The smaller commuter aeroplane, if not fitted as a conventional passenger aeroplane with a Class D cargo compartment, could be equipped with only a Class A cargo compartment, usually positioned in the area adjacent to the flight deck. Helicopters are capable of carrying freight either in the main cabin (in a Class A cargo compartment)or under the cabin floor. The cargo compartment under the floor has no classification and the compartment is not capable of withstanding fire for any length of time. Some helicopters have cargo compartments which are at the rear of the aircraft and which are inaccessible from inside the helicopter. These cargo compartments are usually small and they are not fitted with any fire detection systems, extinguishing systems or liners. 1.3 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS The most common fire extinguishers found on aircraft are those which have halon (BCF), dry agent, carbon dioxide (CO,) or water as the firefighting agent. All of these types may not be present on any one aircraft. Guidance on the use of the fire extinguishers is contained in the operations manual and may also appear on the extinguishers themselves. The emergency response drills, described in Section 4, indicate which firefighting agents should be used and the instances where the use of water is considered dangerous. 1.4 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT Fixed and portable oxygen equipment is provided in pressurized aircraft for the use of the crew and passengers. The equipment available to the flight crew usually has a gas-tight mask and can supply 100 per cent oxygen. The aircraft may carry portable smoke hoods but, in general, the equipment available to the cabin crew consists of portable oxygen bottles fitted with therapeutic masks. Additional passenger drop-out masks may be available for use by cabin crew in the passenger cabin and galley/toiletareas. Both the passenger drop-out masks and the therapeutic masks are designed to allow a low flow of oxygen supplementedby air drawn in through valves or holes in the side of the mask. These masks are not intended to be gas-tight and, consequently, any toxic fumes or smoke present will be inhaled by passengers or crew using the masks. Not for Resale
  9. 9. Section 1. General Information 3 1.6 EMERGENCY RESPONSE KIT 1.5 ACCESSIBILITY OF DANGEROUS GOODS Dangerous goods bearing the “cargo aircraft only” label are required to be accessible in flight, except for: 1) flammable liquids (Class 3) of Packing Group III, without subsidiary risks; Some operators provide dangerous goods emergency response kits for use aboard aircraft and also provide training to crew members regarding the use of the kit in dangerous goods incidents. Typically a dangerous goods emergency response kit contains: 1) large, good quality polyethylene bags; 2) toxic and infectious substances (Class 6); 3) radioactive materials (Class 7); and 4) miscellaneous dangerous goods (Class 9). 2) bag ties; and 3) long rubber gloves. Other dangerous goods (those which do not bear “cargo aircraft only” labels) are not required to be accessible. When reference is made in this document to an “emergency response kit”, it is intended that the kit should be comprised of at least this equipment. Part 7, Chapter 2 of the Technical Instructions sets out the full requirements on the accessibilityof dangerous goods on cargo aircraft. Note.- ï ñ e word ‘polyethy1ene”as used in this manual has the same meaning as ‘)oiythene”. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  10. 10. The following are considerations which may need to be taken into account in assessing an appropriate course of action to take in the event of an incident involving Gas-tight breathing equipment should always be wom when attending an incident involving fire or fumes. The use of therapeutic masks with portable oxygen bottles or the passenger drop-out oxygen system to assist passengers in a smoke- or fume- dangeioiis goods These considerations apply whether the filledcahin shouldnothe consideredz since consider- aircraft involved is carrying passengers, cargo or both. able quantities of fumes or smoke would be inhaled through the valves or holes in the masks. A more effective aid to passengersin a smoke- or fume-filled environment would be the use of a wet towel or cloth held over the mouth and nose. A wet towel or cloth aids in filtering and is more effective at doing this than a dry towel or cloth. Cabin crew should take prompt action if smoke or fumes develop and move passengers away from the area involved and, if necessary, provide wet towels or cloths and give instructions to breathe through them. 2.1 GENERAL 5) Consideration should alwaysbe given to landing as soon as possible. If the situation permits, the relevant air traffic services should be informed of the dangerous goods on board, as indicated in Part 7, Chapter 4 of the Technical Instructions. The appropriate fire or smoke removal emergency procedure approved for the aircraft type should always be carried out. Flight crew oxygen mask and regulators must be on and selected to the 1O0 per cent oxygen position to prevent the inhalation of smoke or fumes. Using the appropriate smoke removal emergency procedures should reduce the concentration of any contamination and help to avoid recirculation of contaminated air. Air conditioning systems should be operated at maximum capacity and all cabin air vented overboard (no recirculation of air) in order to reduce the concentration of any contamination in the air and to avoid recirculation of contaminated air. 6) 7) Reducing altitude will reduce the rate of vaponzation of liquid and may reduce the rate of leakage, but it may increase the rate of burning. Conversely, increasing altitude may reduce the rate of burning but may increase the rate of vaporization or leaking. If there is structural damage or the risk of an explosion, consideration should be given to keeping the differential pressure as low as possible. Besides the mandatory emergency equipment that is carried on an aircraft and the emergency response kit provided by some operators, many other items can be found that can be put to good use. These include: - bar or catering boxes - oven gloves/fire resistant gloves - polyethylene bags - blankets - towels. 8) 4 Not for Resale Hands should always be protected before touching suspiciouspackages or bottles. Fire-resistant gloves or oven gloves covered by polyethylene bags are likely to give suitable protection. 9) The rate of ventilation should not be reduced in an attempt to extinguish a fire, as this will have an incapacitating effect on the passengers without significantlyaffecting the fire. Passengers are likely to suffocate through lack of oxygen before a fire is extinguished. Passenger survival chances are greatly enhanced by ensuring maximum cabin ventilation. Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS In general, water should not be used on a spillage or when fumes are present, since it may spread the spillage or increase the rate of fuming. Consideration should also be given to the possible presence of electrical components when using water extinguishers, but see 10). Care should always be taken when mopping up any spillage or leakage to ensure there will be no reaction between what is to be used for mopping up and the dangerous goods. If it appears there could be a reaction, mopping up should not be attempted --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Section 2 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
  11. 11. 5 Section 2. General Considerations in case of a spill of known or suspected dangerous goods in powder form, everything affected should be left undisturbed. This type of spill should not be covered with a fire agent or diluted with water. Passengers should be moved away from the area. Switching off recirculation fans should be considered. The area of the spillage should be covered using polyethylene or other plastic bags and blankets. The area should be kept isolated. After landing, only qualified specialists should deal with the situation. If a fire has been dealt with successfully and it is obvious that innerpackagings are intact, consideration should be given to using water to cool the packages and thus avoid the possibility of re-ignition, but see 6). A smoking ban should be introduced when fumes or vapours are present. In any incident in which rescue and fire-fighting (RFF) personnel come to the aircraft, either when dangerous goods are the cause of the incident or when dangerous goods are being camed on the aircraft and are not directly involved in the incident, a procedure should be established to ensure that the pilot-in-command’s dangerous goods notification form is immediately made available to the RFF services. Such a procedure might require the first flight crew member to leave the aircraft in the event of an emergency evacuation to deliver the pilot-in-command’s notification to the senior member of the RFF personnel. If an incident involves a chemical substance which can be identified (by the UN proper shipping name or number, or by any other means), it may be possible, in some circumstances, to obtain helpful information from the various national chemical data banks. These data banks normally maintain 24-hour telephone accessibility and so can be reached by a phone-patch procedure. Examples of such data banks are: United States - CHEMTREC within United States call 800 424 9300 outside United States call 703 527 3887 Canada - CANLJTEC call 613 996 6666. Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS 2.2 DANGEROUS GOODS IN THE PASSENGER CABIN Apart from the exceptions listed in Part 8 of the Technical Instructions, dangerous goods are not permitted in the passenger cabin. Nevertheless, dangerous goods may be camed into the cabin by passengers who are unaware of, or deliberately ignore, the requirements of the Technical Instructions concerning passengers and their baggage. It is also possible that an item to which a passenger, is legitimatelyentitled (e.g. an item for medical purposes) may cause an incident. Note.- See 3.3 - Cabin crew checklistfor dangerous goods incidents in the passenger cabin duringflight. 2.3 DANGEROUS GOODS IN THE UNDERFLOOR CARGO COMPARTMENTS Dangerous goods may be carried as cargo in the underfloor cargo compartments. Spillagesor leakages are unlikely to be detected during flight unless they cause noticeable fumes in the passenger cabin or on the flight deck. in the event of leakage, the air in the passenger cabin and on the flight deck may have become flammable, imtating or toxic. Non-essential electrics should be turned off and smoking should be prohibited. Also, the crew should use full face masks, (100 per cent oxygen) or smoke hoods. Wherever possible, the passengers shouldbe provided with wet towels or cloths for use over the nose and mouth. Smoke or fire in an underfloor cargo compartment may not have originated from any dangerous goods loaded in that Compartment. Such goods, however, may be affected by any fire. Standard aircraft emergencyprocedures should always be followed to deal with the smoke or fire. in some aircraft there is access from inside the aircraft to underfloor Class D cargo compartments. In general, even if access is possible, an entry should not be made since this will allow air to enter the compartment, which may cause a worsening of the situation. If an incident has arisen in an underfloor cargo compartment, the passengers and crew should be evacuated from the aircraft before any attempt is made to open the cargo compartment doors. The cargo compartment doors should be opened with the emergency services in attendance. 2.4 DANGEROUS GOODS ON THE MAIN DECK OF “COMBI” AIRCRAFT Note.- A “combi” aircrajl i one in which both cargo s andpassengers are carried on the main deck. Not for Resale --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- but the spillage should be covered with polyethylene bags. If polyethylene bags are not available, care should be taken to ensure there will be no reaction between whatever is used to contain the item and the item itself.
  12. 12. Emergency Response Guidancef o r Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods Incidents in an undefloor cargo compartment. See 2.3. Spillages or leakages of dangerous goods which cause fumes may be detected in the passenger cabin or on the flight deck. Smoke or fire which is detected may not have originated from any dangerous goods which are loaded in the cargo compartment but those goods may be affected by any fire. The recommended aircraft emergency procedures for smoke and fire should always be followed. However, any action taken to evacuate smoke may not necessarilyhelp to control a fire. Although it may be possible to enter the cargo compartment from inside the aircraft, this should be done with great care so as not to allow smoke or fumes to enter the passenger cabin or flight deck. However, if the decision is taken to enter the cargo Compartment and the cause of the incident is discovered to be dangerous goods, reference should be made to Section 4 of this document, which contains a list of dangerous goods and the relevant emergency response drills and gives guidance for dealing with the incident. Smoke or fumes may enter the passenger cabin or flight deck. If this happens, the crew should assume that the aircraft's atmosphere has possibly become contaminated with imtating, flammable or toxic fumes and appropriate action should be taken. This should include the use by the crew of full face masks (100 per cent oxygen) or smoke hoods, as appropriate. Wherever possible, passengers should be provided with wet towels or cloths with instructions to place them over the nose and mouth. Ali nonessential electrics should be turned off and smoking should be prohibited. Smoke evacuation emergency procedures should be carried out as soon as possible to ventilate the cabin to the maximum extent possible. Incidents in the main deck cargo compartment. Dangerous goods camed on the main deck of a cargo aircraft fall into two broad categories: those which are required to be accessible (the full requirements for accessibility are set out in the Technical Instructions, Pari 7, Chapter 2) and those which are not, but which may still be cargo aircraft only (CAO) goods or quantities.Dangerous goods required to be accessible must be loaded so that they can be seen, handled and, where size and mass permit, separated from other cargo. However, other dangerous goods on the main deck may, depending on circumstances (position on main deck, types of unit load devices (ULDs) used, etc.), be completely inaccessible ln the event incir'pnt ccccmngii?oc!ii.r?g these dangerous goods, an assessment will have to be made ofthe practicalityofattempting direct physical intervention. In any event, both for accessible and non-accessible dangerous goods, standard aircraft emergency procedures should always be followed. An attempt should be made to establish the cause of an incident occumng on the main deck. The following actions can be considered: If an incident has arisen in a main deck cargo compartment, the passengers and crew should be evacuated from the aircraft before any attempt is made to open the cargo compartment doors. The cargo compartment doors should be opened with the emergency services in attendance. Follow the appropriate aircraft emergency procedures for fire or for smoke removal if fumes or smoke are present. IdentiQ the dangerous goods involved and use the notification to pilot-in-command (see Technical Instructions, Part 7, Chapter 4) to confirm the name andor UN number of the goods. After establishing the identity of the dangerous goods, refer to Section 4 and from either the alphabetical or numerical list .of dangerous goods note the drill assigned to the particular item. 2.5 DANGEROUS GOODS ON CARGO AIRCRAFT Refer to the chart in Section 4 and use the guidance given against the appropriate emergency response drill to deal with the incident. Dangerous goods may be camed on cargo aircraft in either the underfloor cargo compartments or on the main deck. Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Attempt to locate the source of the incident and identi@ whether there are fumes or smoke or evidence of spillage or leakage. Not for Resale --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 6
  13. 13. Section 3 EXAMPLES OF DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENTS CHECKLISTS 3.1 CHECKLIST FOR DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENTS No smoking sign on Consider landing as soon as possible Consider turning off non-essentialelectrical power Determine source of smoke / fumes / fire For dangerous goods incidents in the passenger cabin, see cabin crew c,ak:klist and coordinate cockpit / cabin crew actions Determine emergency response drill code Use guidance from aircraft emergency response drills chart to help deal with incident If the situation permits, notify ATC of the dangerous goods being carried AFTER LANDING Disembark passengers and crew before opening any cargo compartment doors Inform ground personnel / emergency services of nature of item and where stow-d Make appropriate entry in maintenance log 7 Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Follow the appropriate aircraft emergency procedures for fire or smoke removal
  14. 14. Emergency Response Guidance for AircraB Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods 8 3.2 AMPLIFIED CHECKLIST FOR DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENTS Self explanatory. A smoking ban should be introduced when fumes or vapours are present and be continued for the remainder of the flight. Because of the difficulties and possibly disastrous consequences of any dangerous goods incident, consideration should be given to landing as soon as possible. The decision to land at the nearest suitable aerodrome should be made early rather than late, when an incident may have developed to a very critical point, severely restrictingoperational flexibility. As the incident may be caused by electrical problems or as electrical systems may be affected by any incident, and particularly as fire-fighting activities, etc., may damage electric systems, turn off all non-essentialelectricalitems. Retain power only to those instruments, systems and controls necessary for the continued safety of the aircraft. Do not restore power until it is positively safe to do so. The source of any smoke I fumes I may be difficult to determine. Effective fire-fighting or containment procedures can best be fire accomplished when the source of the incident is identified. Incidents in the passenger cabin should be dealt with by the cabin crew usingthe appropriate checklist and procedures. It is essentialthat the cabin crew and the flight crew coordinate their actions and that each be kept fully informed of the other's actions and intentions. When the item has been identified, the correspondingentry on the pilot-in-command's dangerous goods notificationform should be found. The applicable emergency response drill code may be given on the notificationform, or if not given, can be found by noting the proper shipping name or the UN number on the notification form and using the alphabetical or numerical list of dangerous goods. If the item causing the incidentis not listed on the notification form, an attempt shouldbe made to determine the name or the natureof the substance. The alphabetical list can then be used to determine the emergency response drill code. Note.- The alphabeticaland numericallists referredto are those in Section 4 of this document. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  15. 15. 9 Section 3. Examples o Dangerous Goods Incidents Checklists f RES PON SE.^.:.^.: USE GUIDANCE FROM A I R C R Ä ~ EMERGENCY DRILLS CHART TO HELP DEAL WITH INCIDENT:-- - . .. : i ' i.. i.' The drill code assigned to an item of dangerous goods consists of a number from 1 to 10, plus a single letter. Referring to the chart oí emergency response drills, each drill number corresponds to a line of information concerning the risk posed by that substance and guidance on the preferable action that should be taken. The drill letter is shown separately on the drill chart; it indicates other possible hazards of the substance. In some cases the guidance given by the drill number may be further refined by the information given by the drill letter. ~ ; If an in-flight emergency occurs and the situation permits, the pilot-in-commandshould inform the appropriate air traffic services unit of the dangerous goods on board the aircraft. Wherever possible this information should include the proper shipping name andor UN number, the class/division and for Class 1 the compatibility group, any identifiedsubsidiary risk(s), the quantity and the location on board the aircraft. When it is not considered possibleto include all the information, those partsthought most relevant in the circumstancesshould be given. AFTER LANDING Even if it has not been necessary to complete an emergency evacuation after landing, passengers and crew should disembark before any attempt is made to open the cargo compartment doors and before any further action is taken to deal with a dangerous goods incident. The cargo compartment doors should be opened with the emergency services in attendance. INFORM GROUND PERSONNELI EMERGENCY SERVICES OF NATURE OF ITEM AND WHERE STOWED Upon arrival, take the necessary steps to identiíy to the ground staff where the item is stowed. Pass on by the quickest available means all information about the item including, when appropriate, a copy of the notification to pilot-in-command. MAKE APPROPRIATE ENTRY IN MAINTENANCE LOG An entry should be made in the maintenance log that a check needs to be carried out to ensure that any leakageor spillage of dangerous goods has not damaged the aircraftstructure or systems and that some aircraft equipment (e.g. fire extinguishers, emergency response kit, etc.) may need replenishing or replacing. Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- IF THE SiTUATiON PERMITS, NOTIFY ATC OF THE DANGEROUS GOODS BEING CARRIED
  16. 16. Emergency Response aidance for Aircraff Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods 10 3.3 CABIN CREW CHECKLIST FOR DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENTS IN THE PASSENGER CABIN DURING FLIGHT INITIAL ACTION Notify pilot-inammand Identifythe item In case of fire: Use standard procedure/ check use of water In case of spillage or leakage: Collect emergency response kit or other useful items Don rubber gloves and smoke hood or smoke mask - portable oxygen Move passengersaway from area and distributewet towels or cloths Place dangerous goods item in polyethylene bags Stow polyethylenebags Treat affected seat cushions / covers in the same manner as dangerous goods item Cover spillage on carpet / floor Regularly inspect items stowed away / contaminated furnishings AFTER LANDING Identify to ground personnel dangerous goods item and where stowed --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Make appropriate entry in maintenance log Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  17. 17. 11 Section 3. Examples of Dangerous Goods Incidents Checklists 3.4 AMPLIFIED CABIN CREW CHECKLIST FOR DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENTS IN THE PASSENGER CABIN DURING FLIGHT INITIAL ACTION Ask the passenger concerned to identify the item and indicate its potential hazards. The passenger may be able to give some guidance on the hazard(@involvedand how these could be dealt with. If the passenger can identifythe item, refer to Section 4 for the appropriate emergency response drill. On aircraft with only one cabin crew member, consult with the pilot-in-commandas to whether the aid of a passenger should be sought in dealing with the incident. IN CASE OF FIRE USE STANDARD PROCEDUREI CHECK USE OF WATER Standard emergency procedures must be used to deal with any fire. In general, water should not be used on a spillage or when fumes are present since it may spread the spillage or increasethe rate of fuming. Consideration should also be given to the possiblepresence of electrical components when using water extinguishers. IN CASE OF SPILLAGE OR LEAKAGE 1 . COLLECT EMERGENCY RESPONSE ICTT OR OTHER USEFULITUWS 1 Collect emergency response kit, if provided, or collect for use in dealing with the spillage or leakage: - a supply of paper towels or newspapers or other absorbent paper or absorbent fabric (e.g. seat cushion covers, head rest protectors); - oven gloves or fire-resistantgloves, if available; at least two large polyethylenewaste bin bags; and at least three smaller polyethylenebags, such as those used for duty-free or bar sales or, if none available, airsickness bags. DON RUBBER GLOVES AND SMOKE HOOD OR SMOKE NIASK PORTABLE OXYGEN - The hands should always be protected before touching suspicious packages or items. Fire-resistantgloves or oven gloves covered by polyethylene bags are likely to give suitable protection. Gas-tightbreathing equipment should always be worn when attending to an incident involving smoke, fumes or fire. Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Any incident concerning dangerous goods should be notified immediately to the pilot-in-commandwho should be kept informed of all actions taken and of their effect. It is essential that the cabin crew and the flight crew coordinate their actions and that each be kept fully informed of the other's actions and intentions.
  18. 18. Emergency Response Guidancefor Aircraji Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods 12 The use of therapeutic masks with portable oxygen bottles or the passenger drop-out oxygen system to assist passengers in a smokeor fume-filled passenger cabin should not be consideredsince considerablequantities of fumes or smoke would be inhaledthrough the valves or holes in the masks. A more effective aid to passengersin a smoke- or fume-filled environment would be the use of a wet towel or cloth held over the mouth and nose. A wet towel or cloth aids in filtering and is more effective at doing this than a dry towel or cloth. Cabin crew should take prompt action if smoke or fumes develop and move passengersaway from the area involvedand, if necessary, provide wet towels or cloths and give instructionsto breathe through them. PLACE DANGEROUS GOODS E M IN POLYETHYLENE BAGS 1 --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Note.- In the case of a spill of known or suspected dangerous goods in powúer form; - leave everything undisturbed; - do not use fire agent or water; - cover area withpolyethylene or other plastic bags and blankets; - keep area isolated until after landing. With emergency response kit If it is absolutely certain that the item will not create a problem the decision may be made not to move it. In most circumstances, however, it will be better to move the item and this should be done as suggested below. Place the item in a polyethylene bag as follows: - preparetwo bags by rolling up the sides and placing them on the floor; - place the item inside the first bag with the closure of the item, or the point from which it is leaking from its container, at the top; - take off the rubber gloves whilst avoiding skin contact with any contaminationon them; - place the rubber gloves in the second bag; - close the first bag whilst squeezing out the excess air; - twist the open end of the first bag and use a bag tie to tie it cufficientlytight to be secure but not so tight that pressure equalization cannot take place; - place the first bag (containingthe item) in the second bag, which already contains the rubber gloves and secure the open end in the same manner as that used for the first bag. With no emergency response kit Pick up the item and place it in a polyethylenebag. Ensure the receptaclecontaining the dangerous goods is kept upright or the area oí leakage is at the top. Using paper towels, newspaper, etc., mop up the spillage,after having ascertainedthere will be no reaction between what is to be used to mop up and the dangerous goods. Place the soiled towels, etc., in another polyethylenebag. Place the gloves and bags used to protect the hands either in a separate small polyethylenebag or with the soiled towels. If extra bags are not available, place the towels, gloves, etc., in the same bag as the item. Expel excess air from the bags and close tightly so as to be secure but not so tight that pressure equalizationcannot take place. Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  19. 19. 13 Section 3. Examples of Dangerous Goods Incidents Checklists - STOW POLYETHYLENE BAGS If there is a catering or bar box on board, empty any contents and place the box on the floor, with the door upward. Place the bag(s) containing the item and any soiled towels, etc., in the box and close the door. Take the box or, if there is no box, the bag@)to a position as far away as possible from the flight deck and passengers. If a galley or toilet is fitted, consider taking the box or bag(@there, unless it is close to the flight deck. Use a rear galley or toilet wherever possible, but do not place the box or bag(s) againstthe pressure bulkhead or fuselage wall. If a galley is used, the box or bag@)can be stowed in an empty waste bin container. If a toilet is used, the box can be placed on the floor or the bag(s) stowed in an empty waste container. The toilet door should be locked from the outside. In a pressurized aircraft, if a toilet is used, any fumes will be vented away from passengers. However, if the aircraft is unpressurizedthere may not be positive pressure in a toilet to prevent fumes from entering the passenger cabin. Ensure when moving a box that the opening is kept upwardor when moving a bag that either receptacle containingthe dangerous goods is kept upright or the area of leakage is kept at the top. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Wherever the box or bag@)have been located, wedge them firmly in place to prevent them from moving and to keep the item upright. Ensure that the position of the box or bags will not impede disembarkationfrom the aircraft. TREAT AFFECTED SEAT CUSHIONS / COVERS IN Seat cushions, seat backs or other furnishings which have been contaminated by a spillage should be removed from their fixtures and placed in a large bin bag or other polyethylene bag, together with any bags used initially to cover them. They should be stowed away in the same manner as the dangerous goods item causing the incident. . COVER SPILLAGE ON CARPET I FLOOR Cover any spillage on the carpet or furnishings with a waste bag or other polyethylene bags, if available. If not, use airsickness bags opened out so that the plastic side covers the spillage or use the plastic covered emergency information cards. Carpet which has been contaminated bya spillageand which is still causingfumes despite being covered, should be rolled up, if possible, and placed in a large bin bag or other polyethylene bag. It should be placed in a waste bin and stowed, when possible, either in the rear toilet or rear galley. If the carpet cannot be removed it should remain covered by a large bin bag or polyethylenebags, etc., and additional bags should be used to reduce the fumes. I REGULARLYIN SPEC^ ITEW STOWED AWAY I CONTAMINA~ED FURNISI;MGS -_ 1 Any dangerous goods, contaminated furnishings or equipment which have been removed and stowed away or covered for safety should be subject to regular inspection. AFTER LANDING Upon arrival, take the necessary steps to identify to the ground staff where the item is stowed. Pass on all information about the item. MAKE APPROPRIATE ENTRY IN MAINTENANCELOG ' Make an entry in the aircraft maintenance log so that proper maintenance action is undertaken and that the emergency response kit or any aircraft equipment used is replenishedor replacedwhen appropriate. Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  20. 20. Section 4 CHART OF DRILLS AND LIST OF DANGEROUS GOODS WITH DRILL REFERENCE NUMBERS This section consists of: 4.2 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DANGEROUS GOODS WITH DRILL CODES - a chart giving details of each emergency response drill (Table 4-1); The list ofproper shipping names used for dangerous goods, arranged in alphabetical order, is shown in Table 4-2. For each entry a drill code is shown and this should be used to find the appropriate drill on the chart of Aircraft Emergency Response Drills. The United Nations identification number is also listed to permit confirmation that the correct entry has been selected. - an alphabetical list of dangerous goods with the appropriate drill code given for each entry (Table 4-2); and - a list of dangerous goods, by United Nations number with the appropriate drill code for each entry (Table 4-3). In a few cases, besides the proper shipping name, the UN number, packing group andor the subsidiary risk must also be used to identie the correct drill code. Where this is necessary, the possible UN numbers, packing groups andor subsidiary risks are given below the proper shipping name and the relevant drill code can be selected. These additional details are shown on the pilot-in-command?s notification form. 4.1 AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY RESPONSE DRILLS The aircraft emergency response drills as shown in Table 4-1 are for the guidance of crew members when an incident occurs in flight which is, or might be, related to a particular package, or packages, containing dangerous goods. In determining the alphabetical order of the proper shipping names, numbers and the terms n.o.s., alpha-, beta-, meta-, omega-, sec-, tert-, a-, b-, m-, N-, n-, O-, o- andp- have been ignored. Where names comprise more than one word, they have been alphabetized as if they were a single word. When such a package has been identified, the corresponding entry on the pilot-in-command?s dangerous goods notification form should be found. The applicable drill code may be given on the notification form, or if not given it can be found by noting the proper shipping name or the UN number on the notification form and by using the alphabetical or numerical list of dangerous goods given in Tables 4-2 and 4-3 respectively. 4.3 NUMERICAL LIST OF DANGEROUS GOODS WITH DRILL CODES The drill code assigned to an item of dangerous goods consists of a number from 1 to 1O plus one or two letters. Refemng to the chart of emergency response drills, each drill number corresponds to a line of information conceming the risk posed by that substance and guidance on the preferable action that should be taken. The drill letter is shown separately on the drill chart; it indicates other possible hazards of the substance. In some cases the guidance given by the drill number may be further refined by the information given by the drill letter(s). The list ofproper shippingnames used for dangerous goods, arranged in numerical order of the associated UN identification number, is shown in Table 4-3. For each entry a drill code is shown and this should be used to find the appropriate drill on the chart of Aircraft Emergency Response Drills. In a few cases, besides the UN number, the class or division, the packing group or the subsidiary risk must also be used 15 --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  21. 21. 16 Emergency Response Guidancefor Aircraft incidents Involving Dangerous Goods to identie the correct drill code. Where this is necessary, the possible classes or divisions, packing groups or subsidiary risks are given below the UN number and the relevant drill code can be selected. These additional details are shown on the pilot-in-command'snotification form. Where alternative proper shipping names can be used with the same UN number these are all shown separated by oblique lines. Those dangerous goods which have not yet been allocated a UN identification number are listed first. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale
  22. 22. Table 4-1. Aircraft Emergency Response Drills 9. 2. 3. COMPLETE APPROPRIATE AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY PROCEDURES. CONSIDER LANDING AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE. USE DRILL FROM THE CHART BELOW. INHERENT RISK DRILL NO. FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURE SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE RISK TO AIRCRAFT RISK TO OCCUPANTS ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS I Explosion may cause structural failure Fire andlor explosion As indicated by the drill letter@) Use 100% oxygen; no smoking All agents according to availability; use standard fire procedure Possible abrupt loss of pressurization 2 Gas, non-flammable, pressure may create hazard in fire Minimal As indicated by the drill letter(s) All agents according to Use 100% oxygen; availability; use standard establish and maintain maximum Ventilation for fire procedure “A”, “i”or “P” drill letter Possible abrupt loss of pressurization 3 Flammable liquid or solid Fire andlor explosion Smoke, fumes and heat, and as indicated by the drill letter(s) Possible abrupt loss of All agents according to Use 100% oxygen; availability; no water on “W” pressurization establish and maintain maximum ventilation; no drill letter smoking; minimum electrics 4 Spontaneously combustible or pyrophoric when exposed to air Fire andlor explosion Smoke, fumes and heat, and as indicated by the drill letter(s) Use 100% oxygen; establish and maintain maximum ventilation 5 Use 100% oxygen; Eye, nose and throat Oxidizer, may ignite other Fire andlor materials, may explode in explosion, possible irritation; skin damage establish and maintain maximum ventilation corrosion damage on contact heat of a fire 6 Toxic, may be fatal if inhaled, ingested, or absorbed by skin Contamination with Acute toxicity, effects toxic liquid or solid may be delayed All agents according to Use 100% oxygen; availability: no water on “W” establish and maintain maximum ventilation; do drill letter not touch without gloves 7 Radiation from brokenlunshielded packages Contamination with Exposure to radiation, spilled radioactive and personnel contamination material Do not move packages; avoid contact 8 Corrosive, fumes disabling if inhaled or in contact with skin ~~ ~~ ~ Possible abrupt loss of All agents according to availability; no water on “W” pressurization; minimum electrics if “F” or “H” drill drill letter letter Possible abrupt loss of All agents according to availability; no water on “W” pressurization drill letter ~~ All agents according to availability Possible abrupt loss of pressurization; minimum electrics if “F” or “H” drill letter Call for a qualified person to meet the aircraft ~ Possible corrosion damage All agents according to Use 900% oxygen; Eye, nose and throat availability; no water on “W‘’ irritation; skin damage establish and maintain maximum ventilation; do drill letter on contact not touch without gloves --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale Possible abrupt loss of pressurization; minimum electrics if “F” or “H” drill letter
  23. 23. DRILL NO. INHERENT RISK SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE RISK TO AIRCRAFT RISK TO OCCUPANTS FIRE-FIGHTING PROCEDURE 9 No general inherent risk As indicated by the As indicated by the drill letter drill letter Use 100% oxygen; establish and maintain maximum ventilation if “ A drill letter 10 Gas, flammable, high fire risk if any ignition source present Fire andlor explosion All agents acowding to Use 100% oxygen; establish and maintain availability maximum ventilation; no smoking; minimum electrics I1 Infectious substances may affect humans or animals if inhaled, ingested or absorbed through the mucous membrane or an open wound Contaminationwith Delayed infection to infectious humans or animals substances Smoke, fumes and heat, and as indicated by the drill letter Do not touch. Minimum recirculation and ventilation in affected area ~~~ DRILL LETTER DRILL LETTER ADDITIONAL RISK ~ ~~ ANAESTHETIC CORROSIVE EXPLOSIVE FLAMMABLE HIGHLY IGNITABLE IRRITANT I TEAR PRODUCING OTHER RISK LOW OR NONE MAGNETIC Toxic has the same meaning as poison. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale None Possible abrupt loss of pressurization All agents according to Call for a qualified person to availability. No water on “Y” meet the aircraft drill letter ~ ADDITIONAL RISK ~ N P S W X Y All agents according to availability; n 1water on “W” o drill letter ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS ~ ~~ NOXIOUS TOXIC‘ (POISON) SPONTANEOUSLYCOMBUSTIBLE OR PYROPHORIC IF WET GIVES OFF POISONOUS OR FLAMMABLE GAS OXIDIZER DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF INFECTIOlUS SUBSTANCE, THE APPROPRIATE NATIONAL AUTHORITY MAY BE REQUIRED TO QUARANTINE INDNIDUALS, ANIMALS, CARGO AND THE AIRCRAFT
  24. 24. 19 Section 4. Chart of Drills and List of Dangerous Goods with Drill Reference Numbers Table 4-2. Alphabetical List of Dangerous Goods with Drill Codes UN No. 1088 1089 1841 2332 2789 2789 2790 1715 1090 1541 1091 1648 1716 1717 1001 3374 1898 262 1 2713 2607 1092 2074 3426 2218 1093 1133 2205 1950 Drill Code __ 3H 3H 9L 3L 8F 8F 8L 8F 3H 6L 3L 3L 8L 3c 1OL 1OL 8L 3L 6L 3L 6H 6L 6L 8F 3P 3L 6L --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 1OL 1oc 2L 2c 2P 1OP 033 1 0332 0503 3268 0503 3268 1002 3165 1L IL IL 9L 1L 9L 2L 3CP 1003 UN No. Proper shippinz nnnie 2x Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS ~ Drill Code Proper shipping name ~~ Acetal Acetaldehyde Acetaldehyde ammonia Acetaldehyde oxime Acetic acid, glacial Acetic acid solution Acetic acid solution Acetic anhydride Acetone Acetone cyanohydrin, stabilized Acetone oils Acetonitrile Acetyl bromide Acetyl chloride Acetylene, dissolved Acetylene, solvent free Acetyl iodide Acetyl methyl carbinol Acridine Acrolein dimer, stabilized Acrolein, stabilized Acryiamide, solid Acrylamide solution Acrylic acid, stabilized Acrylonitrile, stabilized Adhesives Adiponitrile Aerosols Division 2.1 without subsidiary risk Division 2.1 with subsidiary risk 8 Division 2.2 without subsidiary risk Division 2.2 with subsidiary risk 8 Division 2.3 without subsidiary risk or Division 2.2 with subsidiary risk 6.1 (including tear gas devices) Division 2.3 with subsidiary risk 2.1 or Division 2.1 with subsidiary risk 6.1 (including tear gas devices) Agent, blasting type B Agent, blasting type E Air bag inflators Air bag inflators Air bag modules Air bag modules Air, compressed Aircraft hydraulic power unit fuel tank Air, refrigerated liquid 3274 3065 1987 1986 3c 3L 3L 3HP 3P 1989 3H 3L 1988 2839 3206 3HP 3P 6L 4c 1421 1389 3401 1390 1391 3205 4w 4w 4w 4w 4w 4L 1393 1392 4w 4w 3402 4w 1391 3140 1544 3140 1544 3145 2430 2584 2586 2583 2585 2571 2333 1098 2334 1099 4w 6L 6L 6L 6L 8L 8L 8L 8L 8L 8L 8L 3P 6F 6H 3P 3P 6CF 3P 1100 1722 2335 Not for Resale Alcoholates solution, n.o.s.* Alcoholic beverages Alcohols, n.o.s.* Alcohols, flammable, toxic, n.o.s.* Packing Group I or II Packing Group III 'Aldehydes, n.o.s.* Packing Group I or II Packing Group III Aldehydes, flammable, toxic, n.o.s.* Packing Group I or II Packing Group III Aldol Alkali metal alcoholates, selfheating, corrosive, n.o.s.* Alkali metal alloy, liquid, n.0.s. Alkali metal amalgam, liquid Alkali metal amalgam, solid Alkali metal amides Alkali metal dispersion Alkaline earth metal alcoholates, n.o.s.* Alkaline earth metal alloy, n.0.s. Alkaline earth metal amalgam, liquid Alkaline earth metal amalgam, solid Alkaline earth metal dispersion Alkaloid salts, liquid, n.o.s.* Alkaloid salts, solid, n.o.%* Alkaloids, liquid, n.o.s.* Alkaloids, solid, n.o.s.* Alkylphenols, liquid, n.0.s. Alkylphenols, solid, n.0.s. Alkylsulphonic acids, liquid Alkylsulphonic acids, liquid Alkylsulphonic acids, solid Alkylsulphonicacids, solid Alkylsulphuric acids* Allyl acetate Allyl alcohol Allylamine Allyl bromide Allyl chloride Allyl chloroformate Allyl ethyl ether
  25. 25. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods 20 UN No. Drill Code 3P 3L 3 c 6F 8F UN Proper shipping name NO. Drill Code LO IV Llo-ln 1725 2580 1394 1726 2581 1395 2463 1438 1397 3048 1309 1396 3170 2715 1398 4 w 4 w 4 w 4 w -I.AI.n....Y,.. 4 w 8L 8L 4 w 8L 8L 4PW 4 w 5L 4PW 6W 3L 4 w 4 w 3L 4 w 3170 2733 4 w 2735 2734 8L 3259 2673 2946 3317 8L 6L 6L 3E 3055 2815 2512 2671 8L 8L 6L 6L 2CP 2L 3 c 8F A l**-i-;a*- ""'V wetted 1005 2073 2672 3318 1546 1439 8L 2CP 6L 5L Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS 2-(2-Aminoethoxy)ethanol N- Aminoethylpiperazine Aminophenols Aminopyidines Ammonia, anhydrous Ammonia solution Ammonia solution Ammonia solution Ammonium arsenate Ammonium dichromate 8L 2859 6L 0222 1942 2067 IL 5L 5L 3375 2071 3375 2426 3375 0402 1442 14 44 0004 1310 2818 2861 2683 0171 0254 0297 O009 O010 0247 0300 0243 5L 9L 5L 5L 5L IL 5L 5L 1L 3E 8P 6L 8FP 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L IL 0244 1L 0362 0488 0363 0015 0016 0303 0245 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 0246 2-Amino-5-diethylaminopentane 2-Amino-4,6-dinitrophenol, 8P 2506 devices Aluminium bromide, anhydrous Aluminium bromide solution Aluminium carbide Aluminium chloride, anhydrous Aluminium chloride solution Aluminium ferrosilicon powder Aluminium hydride Aluminium nitrate Aluminium phosphide Aluminium phosphide pesticide Aluminium powder, coated Aluminium powder, uncoated Aluminium remelting by-products Aluminium resinate Aluminium silicon powder, uncoated Aluminium smelting by-products Amines, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s.* Amines, liquid, corrosive, n.o.s.* Amines, liquid, corrosive, flammable, n.o.s.* Amines, solid, corrosive, n.o.s.* 2-Amino-4-chlorophenol 6L 6L 8L 2817 -.,... 6L 2505 2854 1727 hnrnhvrlvi& ;n . . I . 6L 3424 Allyl formate Allyl glycidyl ether Allyl iodide Allyl isothiocyanate, stabilized Allyltrichlorosilane, stabilized Aluminium alkyl halides, liquid Aluminium alkyl halides, solid Aluminium alkyl hydrides Aluminium alkyls Aluminium borohydride f TIT A II 1843 1L 0018 2336 2219 1723 1545 1724 3052 3461 3076 3051 2870 1CP Not for Resale Proper shipping name Ammonium dinitro-o-cresolate, solid Ammonium dinitro-o-cresolate solution Ammonium fluoride Ammonium fluorosilicate Ammonium hydrogendifluoride, solid Ammonium hydrogendifluoride solution Ammonium hydrogen sulphate Âmmonium meíavariadaîe Ammonium nitrate Ammonium nitrate Ammonium nitrate based fertilizer Ammonium nitrate emulsion Ammonium nitrate fertilizers Ammonium nitrate gel Ammonium nitrate, liquid Ammonium nitrate suspension Ammonium perchlorate Ammonium perchlorate Ammonium persulphate Ammonium picrate Ammonium picrate, wetted Ammonium polysulphide solution Ammonium polyvanadate Ammonium sulphide solution Ammunition, illuminating Ammunition, illuminating Ammunition, illuminating Ammunition, incendiary Ammunition, incendiary Ammunition, incendiary Ammunition, incendiary Ammunition, incendiary, white phosphorus Ammunition, incendiary, white phosphorus Ammunition, practice Ammunition, practice Ammunition, proof Ammunition, smoke Ammunition, smoke Ammunition, smoke Ammunition, smoke, white phosphorus Ammunition, smoke, white phosphorus Ammunition, tear-producing
  26. 26. 21 Section 4. Chart of Drills and List of Dangerous Goods with Drill Reference Numbers UN Drill Code 0019 0301 2017 I CP 1CP 0020 0021 2016 1 IO4 2819 1I 6 O 2620 1I 7 O Proper shipping name IP IP 6C 1112 11 13 1728 1547 i 548 2 31 4 2431 2222 1729 ,3141 6L 3L 8L 3 c 3L 3L 3H 3L 3L 3L 3L 3H 8L 6L 6L 6L 6L 3L 8L 6L 1549 6L 1550 1730 13 71 1732 1553 1554 i562 2760 6L 8L 8L 8P 6L 6L 8L 8L 2L 2L 6L 6L 6L 6L 3P 2994 2993 6L 6F 2759 6L 6L 1108 1109 1111 1110 1551 2871 13 73 13 73 1006 15 91 1558 1555 Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Ammunition, tear-producing Ammunition, tear-producing Ammunition, tear-producing, non-explosive Ammunition, toxic* Ammunition, toxic* Ammunition, toxic, non-explosive Amyl acetates Amyl acid phosphate Amylamine Amyl butyrates Amyl chloride n-Amylene Amyl formates Amyl mercaptan n-Amyl methyl ketone Amyl nitrate Amyl nitrite Amyltrichlorosilane Aniline Aniline hydrochloride Anisidines, liquid Anisidines, solid Anisole Anisoyl chloride Antimony compound, inorganic, liquid, n.0.s. Antimony compound, inorganic, solid, n.0.s. Antimony lactate Antimony pentachloride, liquid Antimony pentachloride solution Antimony pentafluoride Antimony potassium tartrate Antimony powder Antimony trichloride, liquid Antimony trichloride, solid Argon, compressed Argon, re6igerated liquid Arsenic Arsenic acid, liquid Arsenic acid, solid Arsenical dust Arsenical pesticide, liquid, flammable, toxic*, Arsenical pesticide, liquid, toxic* Arsenical pesticide, liquid, toxic, flammable* Arsenical pesticide, solid, toxic* Arsenic bromide No. 15 56 1557 15 59 1560 16 51 2188 0486 0349 0350 0351 0352 0353 0354 0355 0356 0462 0463 0464 0465 0466 0467 0468 0469 0470 0471 0472 0486 3164 3164 0380 0428 0429 0430 0431 0432 2584 2586 2583 2585 3334 3335 3242 1400 1854 0224 17 51 2719 14 45 Not for Resale Drill Code - 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 1 OP I L 3L IL I L 1L 1L I L 1L I L 1 L I L I L 1L I L IL IL IL IL IL 1L IL 2L 2L 1s 1L 1 L 1L IL 3L 8L 8L 8L 8L 9A 9A 3L 4w 4w IP 3EP 5P 5P Proper shipping naine Arsenic compound, liquid, n.0.s. Arsenic compound, solid, n.0.s. Arsenic pentoxide Arsenic trichloride Arsenic trioxide Arsine Articles, EEI Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, n.o.s.* Articles, explosive, extremely insensitive Articles, pressurized, hydraulic Articles, pressurized, pneumatic Articles, pyrophoric Articles, pyrotechnic Articles, pyrotechnic Articles, pyrotechnic Articles, pyrotechnic Articles, pyrotechnic Arylsulphonic acids, liquid Arylsulphonic acids, liquid Arylsulphonic acids, solid Arylsulphonic acids, solid Aviation regulated liquid, n.o.s.* Aviation regulated solid, n.o.s.* Azodicarbonamide Barium Barium alloys, pyrophoric Barium azide Barium azide, wetted Barium bromate Barium chlorate, solid --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- UN No.
  27. 27. Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods - 22 UN No. --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 3405 1564 i 565 274 1 1446 1884 1447 3406 1448 1449 i qnq JL7L Drill Code 5P 6L 6L 5P 5P 6L 5P 5P 5P 5P f l"I A I l 3028 8L 2794 2795 2800 2796 2797 3171 3171 I990 1114 2225 i 885 2224 2587 2226 2338 1736 1737 1738 1739 2619 1886 2653 1566 2464 1567 225 1 8L 8L 8L 8L 8L 9L 9L 9N 3H 8L 6L 6L 6L 8L 3L 8W 6C 6C 8L 8F 6L 6L 6L 5P 6F 3L 3291 3016 6L 6L 3015 6F 278 1 6L 2782 3P 2837 8L Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS I/N Proper shipping nome Barium chlorate solution Barium compound, n.0.s. Barium cyanide Barium hypochlorite Barium nitrate Barium oxide Barium perchlorate, solid Barium perchlorate solution Barium permanganate Barium peroxide EâKCïiCS, ccntuining scdium Batteries, dry, containing potassium hydroxide solid Batteries, wet, filled with acid Batteries, wet, filled with alkali Batteries, wet, non-spillable Battery fluid, acid Battery fluid, alkali Battery-powered equipment Battery-powered vehicle Benzaldehyde Benzene Benzenesulphonyl chloride Benzidine Benzonitrile Benzoquinone Benzotrichloride Benzotrifluoride Benzoyl chloride Benzyl bromide Benzyl chloride Benzyl chlorofonnate Benzyldimethylamine Benzylidene chloride Benzyl iodide Beryllium compound, n.0.s. Beryllium nitrate Beryllium powder Bicyclo [2.2.i] hepta-2-5-diene, stabilized Biomedical waste, n.0.s. Bipyridilium pesticide, liquid, toxic* Bipyridilium pesticide, liquid, toxic, flammable* Bipyridilium pesticide, solid, toxic* Bipyridilium pesticide, toxic, liquid, flammable* Bisulphates, aqueous solution No. Drill Code 2693 8L 0027 0028 0028 2212 0033 0034 0035 029 1 0037 0038 0039 0299 2028 0399 0400 0042 0283 0225 0268 1312 2692 1741 1008 1742 1L 1L IL 9L IL 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L IL 1L 8L 1L IL 1L 1L 1L 1L 3L 8L 2CP 2CP 8L 3419 8L 2604 285,l 2965 8F 8L 4FW 1743 8L 3420 8L 1450 3213 5L 5L 1744 290 1 1745 1744 1746 3425 1938 1569 2513 25 14 8P 2PX 5CP 8P 5CP 8L 8L 6F 8L 3L Not for Resale Proper shippinE naine Bisulphites,'aqueous solution, n.o.s.* Black powder Black powder, compressed Black powder in pellets Blue asbestos Bombs Bombs Bombs Bombs Bombs. photo-flash Bombs, photo-flash Bombs, photo-flash Bombs, photo-flash Bombs, smoke, non-explosive Bombs with flammable liquid Bombs with flammable liquid Boosters Boosters Boosters with detonator Boosters with detonator Borneol Boron tribromide Boron trichloride Boron trifluoride Boron trifluoride acetic acid complex, liquid Boron trifluoride acetic acid complex, solid Boron trifluoride diethyl etherate Boron trifluoride dihydrate Boron trifluoride dimethyl etherate Boron trifluoride propionic acid complex, liquid Boron trifluoride propionic acid complex, solid Bromates, inorganic, n.0.s. Bromates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.0.s. Bromine Bromine chloride Bromine pentafluoride Bromine solution Bromine trifluoride Bromoacetic acid, solid Bromoacetic acid solution Bromoacetone Bromoacetyl bromide Bromobenzene
  28. 28. 23 Section 4. Chart of Drills and List of Dangerous Goods with Drill Reference Numbers UN No. Drill Code 6i 6L 3L 3L 6L 6L 3L 6L 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 1O L 2L 9L 6L IL 1O L 1010 1011 2346 1120 1123 1718 2348 1125 2738 2709 2743 2747 1O L 1O L 3L 3L 3L 8L 3L 3c 6L 3L 6CF 6L 1012 3022 1128 3255 2690 2484 2485 2347 2227 2350 235 1 1914 2667 1747 2956 1O L 3H 3L 4c 6L 6F 6F 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 6L 8F 3E --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 1694 3449 1126 2339 1887 2688 2340 2515 2341 2342 3241 2343 2344 2345 2419 1 O09 2212 1570 0043 1010 cmr Proper shipping name Bromobenzyl cyanides, liquid Bromobenzyl cyanides, solid 1-Bromobutane 2-Bromobutane Bromochloromethane 1-Bromo3 -chloropropane 2-Bromoethyl ethyl ether Bromoform 1-Bromo3 -methylbutane Bromomethylpropanes 2-Bromo-2-nitropropane-l,3-diol 2-Bromopentane Bromopropanes 3-Bromopropyne Bromotrifluoroethylene Bromotrifluoromethane Brown asbestos Brucine Bursters Butadienes and hydrocarbon mixture, stabilized Butadienes, stabilized Butane Butanedione Butanols Butyl acetates Butyl acid phosphate Butyl acrylates, stabilized n-Butylamine N-Butylaniline Butylbenzenes n-Butyl chloroformate tert-Butylcyclohexyl chloroformate Butylene 1,ZButylene oxide, stabilized n-Butyl formate tert-Butyl hypochlorite N,n-Butylimidazole tert-Butyl isocyanate n-Butyl isocyanate Butyl mercaptan n-Butyl methacrylate, stabilized Butyl methyl ether Butyl nitrites Butyl propionates Butyltoluenes Butyltrichlorosilane 5-tert-Butyl-2,4,6-tinitro-mxylene Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS No. Drill Code 2352 2716 1129 2840 2820 2739 241 1 2353 1572 2570 1407 2682 2681 1451 1401 1855 1573 1574 3L 6L 3L 3L 8L 8L 3P 3c 6L 6L 4w 8L 8L 5L 4w 4w 6L 6L 1402 1452 2429 4w 5L 5L 1453 1403 1575 1923 1404 1923 1748 2880 2880 5L 4w 6L 4L 4w 4L 5L 5L 5L 1748 5L 2208 5L 2844 1454 1910 1455 1456 1457 1360 1855 1313 1314 1405 2717 1130 4w 5L 8L 5L Not for Resale 5L 5L 4PW 4w 3L 3L 4w 3L 3L Proper shipping name Butyl vinyl ether, stabilized 1,4-Butynediol Butyraldehyde Butyraldoxime Butyric acid Butyric anhydride Butyronitrile Butyryl chloride Cacodylic acid Cadmium compound Caesium Caesium hydroxide Caesium hydroxide solution Caesium nitrate Calcium Calcium alloys, pyrophoric Calcium arsenate Calcium arsenate and calcium arsenite mixture, solid Calcium carbide Calcium chlorate Calcium chlorate, aqueous solution Calcium chlorite Calcium cyanamide Calcium cyanide Calcium dithionite Calcium hydride Calcium hydrosulphite Calcium hypochlorite, dry Calcium hypochlorite, hydrated Calcium hypochlorite, hydrated mixture Calcium hypochlorite mixture, dry Calcium hypochlorite mixture, dry Calcium manganese silicon Calcium nitrate Calcium oxide Calcium perchlorate Calcium permanganate Calcium peroxide Calcium phosphide Calcium, pyrophoric Calcium resinate Calcium resinate, fused Calcium silicide Camphor Camphor oil
  29. 29. Emergency Response Guidancefor Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods UN No. Drill Code 2829 2758 8L 3P 2992 6L 299 1 6F 2757 1361 1362 1013 1015 6L 4L 4L 2L 2L 1014 2x 2187 2L 1845 1131 2600 9L 3HP 1O P 1016 2516 1846 2417 2204 0049 O050 O005 0006 0007 0321 0348 0412 0014 0326 0327 0338 0413 0012 1O P 6L 6L 2CP 1OP 1L IL 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 3L 1L 1L 1L 1L 3L 0328 1L 0339 1L 0417 1L 0277 0278 0275 0276 1L IL 1L IL Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS UN No. Proper shipping name Caproic acid Carbamate pesticide, liquid, flammable, toxic* Carbamate pesticide, liquid, toxic* Carbamate pesticide, liquid, toxic, flammable* Carbamate pesticide, solid, toxic* Carbon Carbon, activated Carbon dioxide Carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide mixture Carbon dioxide and oxygen mixture, compressed Carbon dioxide, refrigerated liquid Carbon dioxide, solid Carbon disulphide Carbon monoxide and hydrogen mixture, compressed Carbon monoxide, compressed Carbon tetrabromide Carbon tetrachloride Carbonyl fluoride Carbonyl sulphide Cartridges, flash Cartridges, flash Cartridges for weapons Cartridges for weapons Cartridges for weapons Cartridges for weapons Cartridges for weapons Cartridges for weapons Cartridges for weapons, blank Cartridges for weapons, blank Cartridges for weapons, blank Cartridges for weapons, blank Cartridges for weapons, blank Cartridges for weapons, inert projectile Cartridges for weapons, inert projectile Cartridges for weapons, inert projectile Cartridges for weapons, inert projectile Cartridges, oil well Cartridges, oil well Carîridges, power device Cartridges, power device 0323 0381 0054 0312 0405 0012 0339 0417 0014 0327 Not for Resale Drill Code 3L 1L IL 1L 3L 3L 1L 1L 3L' 1L O338 * T O055 3L 0379 1L 0446 1L 0447 IL 2969 2969 2969 2969 1719 3292 2000 2002 1333 3078 0457 9L 9L 9L 9L 8L 4w 3L 4L 3L' 4w 1L 0458 1L 0459 1L 0460 3L 0048 0056 0442 0443 0444 0445 027 1 0272 0415 049 1 0242 0279 0414 IL IL 1L 1L 1L 3L 1L 1L 4L 1L 1L IL 1L 1 L Proper shipping name Cartridges, power device Cartridges, power device Cartridges, signal Cartridges, signal Cartridges, signal Cartridges, small arms Cartridges, small arms Cartridges, small arms Cartridges, small arms, blank Cartridges, small arms, blank C i ú idges, srrd 'ann, biank Cases, cartridge, empty, with primer Cases, cartridge, empty, with primer Cases, combustible, empty, without primer Cases, combustible, empty, without primer Castor beans Castor flake Castor meal Castor pomace Caustic alkali liquid, n.o.s.* Cells, containing sodium Celluloid Celluloid, scrap Cerium Cerium Charges, bursting, plastics bonded Charges, bursting, plastics bonded Charges, bursting, plastics bonded Charges, bursting, plastics bonded Charges, demolition Charges, depth Charges, explosive, commercial Charges, explosive, commercial Charges, explosive, commercial Charges, explosive, commercial Charges, propelling Charges, propelling Charges, propelling Charges, propelling Charges, propelling, for cannon Charges, propelling, for cannon Charges, propelling, for cannon --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 24
  30. 30. 25 Section 4. Chart ofDrills and List o Dangerous Goods with Drill Reference Numbers f UN No. Drill Code IL IL 1L 3L 1L IL IL 3316 3315 2075 1458 1459 9L 6L 6L 5L 5L 3407 5L 1461 3210 5L 5L 2626 1017 2548 1749 1462 1908 3250 1751 1750 1695 2668 3416 1697 1752 2019 2018 2233 1134 2234 2235 3427 1127 '3437 2669 1974 2517 1973 5L 2CP 2PX 2PX 5L 8L 6C 6C 6C 6Fi 6F 6i 6i 6Ci 6L 6L 6L 3L 3L 6L 6L 3L 6L 6L 2L 1O L 2L 2L 1577 3441 6L 6L --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 0059 0439 0440 o441 0237 0288 0060 1018 Proper shipping name Charges, shaped Charges, shaped Charges, shaped Charges, shaped Charges, shaped, flexible, linear Charges, shaped, flexible, linear Charges, supplementary, explosive Chemical kit Chemical sample, toxic Chloral, anhydrous, stabilized Chlorate and borate mixture Chlorate and magnesium chloride mixture, solid Chlorate and magnesium chloride mixture solution Chlorates, inorganic, n.0.s. Chlorates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.0.s. Chloric acid, aqueous solution Chlorine Chlorine pentafiuoride Chlorine trifluoride Chlorites, inorganic, n.0.s. Chlorite solution Chloroacetic acid, molten Chloroacetic acid, solid Chloroacetic acid solution Chloroacetone, stabilized Chloroacetonitrile Chloroacetophenone,liquid Chloroacetophenone,solid Chloroacetyl chloride Chloroanilines, liquid Chloroanilines, solid Chloroanisidines Chlorobenzene Chlorobenzotrifluorides Chlorobenzyl chlorides, liquid Chlorobenzyl chlorides, solid Chlorobutanes Chlorocresols, solid Chlorocresols solution Chlorodifluorobromomethane 1-Chloro-l ,I-difluoroethane . Chlorodifluoromethane Chlorodifluoromethaneand chloropentafluoroethanemixture Chlorodinitrobenzenes,liquid Chlorodinitrobenzenes.solid Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS UN No. Drill Code 2232 1888 3277 6L 6A 6C 2742 6CF 2745 2354 2236 6C 3P 6L 3428 6L 2237 3409 1578 2433 3457 1020 2904 2905 202 1 2020 1753 1580 1581 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 2L 8L 8L 6L 6L 8L 6L 2P 1582 2P 1583 2507 1991 1278 2356 2849 2456 251 1 2822 2987 2986 6L 8L 3HP 3H 3H 6L 3H 8L 6L 8L 8F 2985 3c 3361 6C 3362 6CF 2988 4FW 1754 1021 8W 2L Not for Resale Proper shipping naine 2-Chloroethanal Chloroform Chloroformates, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s.* Chloroformates, toxic, corrosive, flammable, n.0.s. Chloromethyl chloroformate Chloromethyl ethyl ether 3-Chloro-4-methylphenyl isocyanate, liquid 3-Chloro-4-methylphenyl isocyanate, solid Chloronitroanilines Chloronitrobenzenes, liquid Chloronitrobenzenes, solid Chloronitrotoluenes, liquid Chloronitrotoluenes, solid Chloropentafluoroethane Chlorophenolates, liquid Chlorophenolates, solid Chlorophenols, liquid Chlorophenols, solid Chlorophenyltrichlorosilane Chloropicrin Chloropicrin and methyl bromide mixture Chloropicrin and methyl chloride mixture Chloropicrin mixture, n.0.s. Chloroplatinic acid, solid Chloroprene, stabilized 1-Chloropropane 2-Chloropropane 3-Chloropropanol-1 2-Chloropropene 2-Chloropropionic acid 2-Chloropyridine Chlorosilanes, corrosive, n.0.s. Chlorosilanes, corrosive, flammable, n.0.s. Chlorosilanes, flammable, corrosive, n.0.s. Chlorosilanes, toxic, corrosive, n.0.s. Chlorosilanes, toxic, corrosive, flammable, n.0.s. Chlorosilanes, water-reactive, flammable, corrosive, n.0.s. Chlorosulphonic acid l-Chloro-l,2,2,2tetrafluoroethane
  31. 31. Emergency Response Guidancefor Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods UN No. Drill Code 2238 1579 3L 6L 3410 6L 3429 2239 1983 1022 2599 6L 6L 2L 2L 2L 1755 1756 1757 2720 1758 1463 2240 3373 3291 1023 1136 1139 200 1 1318 0382 8L 8L 8L; 5L 8W 5c 8L 6L 6L 1O P 3L 3L 3L 3L IL 0383 IL 0384 3L 046 1 IL 1956 1954 1O L 3156 2x 1955 3304 2P 2CP 1953 1OP 3305 1oc 3303 2x 3306 2cx 8000 9L 2L Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS UN No. Proper shipping nome Chlorotoluenes 4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride, solid 4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride solution Chlorotoluidines, liquid Chlorotoluidines, solid 1-Chloro-2,2,2-trifluoroethane Chlorotrifluoromethane Chlorotrifluoromethaneand trifluoromethane azeotropic mixture Chromic acid solution Chromic fluoride, solid Chromic fluoride solution Chromium nitrate Chromium oxychloride Chromium trioxide, anhydrous Chromosulphuric acid Clinical specimens Clinical waste, unspecified, n.0.s. Coal gas, compressed Coal tar distillates, flammable Coating solution Cobalt naphthenates, powder Cobalt resinate, precipitated Components, explosive train, n.o.s.* Components, explosive train, n.o.s.* Components, explosive train, n.o.s.* Components, explosive train, n.o.s.* Compressed gas, n.o.s.* Compressed gas, flammable, n.o.s.* Compressed gas, oxidizing, n.o.s.* Compressed gas, toxic, n.o.s.* . Compressed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s.* Compressed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s.* Compressed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.%* Compressed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s.* Compressed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s.* Consumer commodity Not for Resale Drill Code 0248 0249 1585 1586 2776 IL IL 6L 6L 3P 3010 6L 3009 6F 2775 6L 272 1 2802 1587 1363 0065 0102 0289 0290 0104 0066 1760 3264 5L 8L 6L 4L IL IL 1L IL IL IL 8L 8L 3265 8L 3266 8L 3267 8L 2920 8F 3093 8X 3301 8L 2922 3094 8P 8W 1759 3260 8L 8L 3261 8L ,3262 8L 3263 8L 292 1 8s 3084 8X Proper shipping name Contrivances,water-activated* Contrivances, water-activated* Copper acetoarsenite Copper arsenite Copper based pesticide, liquid, flammable, toxic* Copper based pesticide, liquid, toxic* Copper based pesticide, liquid, toxic, flammable* Copper based pesticide, solid, toxici Copper chlorate Copper chloride Copper cyanide Copra Cord, detonating Cord, detonating Cord, detonating Cord, detonating Cord, detonating, mild effect Cord, igniter Corrosive liquid, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, acidic, inorganic, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, acidic, organic, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, basic, inorganic, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, basic, organic, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, flammable, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, oxidizing, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, self-heating, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, toxic, n.o.s.* Corrosive liquid, water-reactive, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, acidic, inorganic, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, acidic, organic, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, basic, inorganic, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, basic, organic, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, flammable, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, oxidizing, n.o.s.* --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 26
  32. 32. 27 Section 4. Chart of Drills and List of Dangerous Goods with Drill Reference Numbers Drill Code 3095 8s 2923 3096 8W 1364 1365 3024 4L 4L 3P 3026 6L 3025 6F 3027 6L 2076 3455 2022 1143 2823 2823 1 I44 1761 0070 1588 1935 i 026 i 889 1589 2670 2601 2744 2518 224 1 2603 2242 1145 1915 2256 1762 2243 2357 2488 3054 i 763 0391 6C 6C 6C 6Fi 8L 8L 3H 8P 3L 6L 6L 1OP 6C 2CP 8L 1OL 6CF 6L 3L 3P 3L 3H 3L 3H 8L 3L 8F 6F 3L 8L IL 0391 IL 8P Proper shippinz name Corrosive solid, self-heating, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, toxic, n.o.s.* Corrosive solid, water-reactive, n.o.s.* Cotton waste, oily Cotton, wet Coumarin derivative pesticide, liquid, flammable, toxic* Coumarin derivative pesticide, liquid, toxic* Coumarin derivative pesticide, liquid, toxic, flammable* Coumarin derivative pesticide, solid, toxic* Cresols, liquid Cresols, solid Cresylic acid Crotonaldehyde, stabilized Crotonic acid, liquid Crotonic acid, solid Crotonylene Cupriethylenediaminesolution Cutters, cable, explosive Cyanides, inorganic, solid, n.o.s.* Cyanide solution, n.0.s. Cyanogen Cyanogen bromide Cyanogen chloride, stabilized Cyanuric chloride Cyclobutane Cyclobutyl chloroformate i ,5,9-Cyclododecatriene Cycioheptane Cycloheptatriene Cycloheptene Cyclohexane Cyclohexanone Cyclohexene UN No. Drill Code 0483 OC72 2940 2520 2358 i 146 2244 2245 2246 i 027 0226 IL 1L 4L 3L 3L 3H 3L 3L 3H 1OA IL 0484 1L 0483 0391 IL 0391 IL IL Cyclohexyltrichlorosilane Cyclonite and cyclotetramethylenetetranitra~ne mixture, desensitized Cyclonite and cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine mixture. wetted Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Cyclonite, desensitized Cyclonite, wetted Cyclooctadienephosphines Cyclooctadienes Cyclooctatetraene Cyclopentane Cyclopentanol Cyclopentanone Cyclopentene Cyclopropane Cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine, wetted Cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine,desensitized Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine, Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine and cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine mixture, desensitized Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine and cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine mixture, wetted 0072 IL 2046 3363 3363 1868 1147 2247 0132 3L 9L 9L 3P 3L 3L IL 3379 3E 3380 3E 0360 IL 0361 1L 0500 3L 0030 0255 0456 0073 0364 0365 0366 0029 IL IL 3L IL l i l i 3i IL Cyclohexenyltrichlorosilane Cyclohexyl acetate Cyclohexylamine Cyclohexyl isocyanate Cyclohexyl mercaptan Proper shipping name Not for Resale Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine, wetted Cymenes Dangerous goods in apparatus Dangerous goods in machinery Decaborane Decahydronaphthalene n n-Deca e Deflagrating metal salts of aromatic nitro-derivatives, n.0.s. Desensitized explosive, liquid, n.o.s.* Desensitized explosive, solid, n.o.s.* Detonator assemblies, nonelectric Detonator assemblies, nonelectric Detonator assemblies, nonelectric Detonators, electric Detonators, electric Detonators, electric Detonators for ammunition Detonators for ammunition Detonators for ammunition Detonators for ammunition Detonators, non-electric --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- UN No.
  33. 33. Emergency Response Guidancefor Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods 28 UN No. Drill Code 0267 0455 1957 3150 IL 3L 1OL 1OL 1.148 3373 2359 2360 265 1 284i 0074 2434 191i 2648 2872 1941 2664 2248 2873 1149 1764 2649 i 765 i 590 3442 1591 1916 i 028 2602 3L 6L 3CP 3P 6L 3P IL 8L 1O P 6L 6L 9L 6L 8F 6L 3L 8i 6i 8i 6L 6L 6L 6F 2L 2L 2249 6F 2362 1150 1029 2465 2465 2490 1593 2650 1152 2250 1766 1279 2750 2047 2189 1958 3L 3L 2L 5L 5L 6L 6L 6L 3L 6L 8L 3L 6L 3L 1O P 2L LrN Proper shipping name NO. Detonators, non-electric Detonators, non-electric Deuterium, compressed Devices, small, hydrocarbon gas powered Diacetone alcohol Diagnostic specimens Dial1ylamine Diaiiyi ether 4,4'-Diaminodiphenylmethane -. ui-n-amyiamine Diazodinitrophenol,wetted Dibenzyldichlorosilane Diborane i ,2-Dibromobutan-3-one Dibromochloropropanes Dibromodifluoromethane Dibromomethane Di-n-butylamine Dibutylaminoethanol Dibutyl ethers Dichloroacetic acid 1,3-DichIoroacetone Dichloroacetyl chloride Dichloroanilines, liquid Dichloroanilines, solid o-Dichlorobenzene 2,2'-Dichlorodiethyl ether. Dichlorodifluoromethane Dichlorodifluoromethaneand difluoroethane azeotropic mixture Dichlorodimethylether, symmetrical i, i -DichiOroethane 1,2-Dichioroethylene Dichlorofluoromethane Dichloroisocyanuricacid, dry Dichloroisocyanuricacid salts Dichloroisopropyl ether Dichloromethane 1,l-Dichloro- I-nitroethane Dichloropentanes Dichlorophenyl isocyanates Dichlorophenyltrichlorosilane i ,2-Dichloropropane 1,3-Dichloropropanol-2 Dichloropropenes Dichlorosilane 1,2-DichIoro-l,1,2,2tetrafluoroethane --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS Not for Resale Drill Code 2565 2687 2048 2372 1465 1202 2373 2374 1154 2686 2684 2432 2049 2366 i 767 0075 8L 3L 3L 3L 5L 3L 3H 3L 3CH 8F 3c 6L 3L 3L 8F 1L 2079 1155 2685 1156 1594 2375 275 i 1366 i 030 1959 3252 i 768 8L 3AH 8F 3L 2376 2361 2050 3H 3c 3L 1157 i 902 1158 1159 2521 2252 2377 1032 1 I60 2378 205 1 3302 2522 3L 8L 3CH 3H 6F 3L 3L 1OL 3c 3P 8F 6L 6L 2253 2457 6L 3H 6L 3L 8L 4w 1O L 1 OL 1OL 8L Proper shipping naine Dicyclohexylamine Dicyclohexylammoniumnitrite Dicyclopentadiene 1,2-Di-(dimethylamino) ethane Didymium nitrate Diesel fuel Diethoxymethane 3,3-Diethoxypropene Diethylamine 2-Diethylaminoethanol 3-Diethylaminopropylamine N,N-Diethylaniline Diethylbenzene Diethyl carbonate Diethyldichlorosilane Diethyleneglycol dinitrate, desensitized Diethylenetriamine Diethyl ether N,N-Diethylethylenediamine Diethyl ketone Diethyl sulphate Diethyl sulphide Diethylthiophosphorylchloride Diethylzinc i, i -Difluoroethane 1,l -Difluoroethylene Difluoromethane Difluorophosphoric acid, anhydrous 2,3-Dihydropyran Diisobutylamine Diisobutylene, isomeric compounds Diisobutyl ketone Diisooctyl acid phosphate Diisopropylamine Diisopropyl ether Diketene, stabilized i ,2-Dimethoxyethane i, 1-Dimethoxyethane Dimethylamine, anhydrous Dimethylamine, aqueous solution 2-Dimethylaminoacetonitrile 2-Dimethylaminoethanol 2-Dimethylaminoethyl acrylate 2-Dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate N,N-Dimethylaniline 2,3-Dimethylbutane
  34. 34. 29 Section 4. Chart o Drills and List of Dangerous Goods with Drill Reference Numbers f UN No. Drill Code 3c 8L 3L 3L 8F 3c 3L 3L 3L 1O L 3L 6F 6CH 2044 2266 1595 1164 2267 1370 0489 1596 1597 3443 1598 1598 1067 0489 0076 0077 1321 1599 1320 0078 1322 0406 2038 1600 3454 1165 1166 2052 1698 1699 3450 1769 1770 0079 0401 1O L 3c 6C 3H 6C 4w IL 6L 6L 6L 6L 6L 2PX IL IP 1P 3EP 6L 3EP IL 3E 1L 6L 6L 6L 3L 3L 3L 6i 6i 6L 8L 8L 1L IL --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 2379 2262 1161 2263 2264 1162 2380 2707 2381 1033 2265 2382 1I63 Proper shipping name 1,3-Dimethylbutylamine Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride Dimethyl carbonate Dimethylcyclohexanes N,N-Dimethylcyclohexylamine Dimethyldichlorosilane Dimethyldiethoxysilane Dimethyldioxanes Dimethyl disulphide Dimethyl ether N,N-Dimethylfodde Dimethylhydrazine, symmetrical Dimethylhydrazine, unsymmetrical 2,2-Dimethylpropane Dimethyl-N-propylamine Dimethyl sulphate Dimethyl sulphide Dimethyl thiophosphoryl chloride Dimethylzinc DiNGU Dinitroanilines Dinitrobenzenes, liquid Dinitrobenzenes, solid Dinitro-o-cresol, solid Dinitro-o-cresol, solution Dinitrogen tetroxide Dinitroglycoluril Dinitrophenol Dinitrophenolates Dinitrophenolates,wetted Dinitrophenol solution Dinitrophenol, wetted Dinitroresorcinol Dinitroresorcinol, wetted Dinitrosobenzene Dinitrotoluenes, liquid Dinitrotoluenes, molten Dinitrotoluenes, solid Dioxane Dioxolane Dipentene Diphenylamine chloroarsine Diphenylchloroarsine,liquid Diphenylchloroarsine,solid Diphenyldichlorosilane Diphenylmethyl bromide Dipicrylamine Dipicryl sulphide Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS UN No. Drill Code 2852 2383 2384 2710 1903 3E 3c 3H 3L 8L 3142 1601 3253 1167 1771 1845 2801 6L 6L 8L 3AH 8L 9L 8L 1602 6L 3147 8L 3143 6L 2801 1602 3 I47 3143 3257 3256 8L 6L 8L 6L 9L 3L 3258 3166 3082 9L 9L 9L 3077 9L 2558 2023 2752 3272 1035 1961 1170 249 1 249 1 1 I70 3271 1173 2452 1917 1170 1170 1036 6F 6F 3L 3L 1O L 1O L 3L 8L 8L 3L 3L 3L 1O L 3i 3L 3L 10L Not for Resale Proper shipping name Dipicryl sulphide, wetted Dipropylamine Di-n-propyl ether Dipropyl ketone Disinfectant, liquid, corrosive, n.o.s.* Disinfectant, liquid, toxic, n.o.s.* Disinfectant, solid, toxic, n.o.s.* Disodium trioxosilicate Divinyl ether, stabilized Dodecyltrichlorosilane Dry ice Dye intermediate, liquid, corrosive, n.o.s.* Dye intermediate, liquid, toxic, n.o.s.* Dye intermediate, solid, corrosive, n.o.s.* Dye intermediate, solid, toxic, n.o.s.* Dye, liquid, corrosive, n.o.s.* Dye, liquid, toxic, n.o.s.* Dye, solid, corrosive, n.o.s.* Dye, solid, toxic, n.o.s.* Elevated temperature liquid, n.0.s. Elevated temperature liquid, flammable, n.0.s. Elevated temperature solid, n.o .s. Engines, internal combustion Environmentallyhazardous substance, liquid, n.o.s.* Environmentallyhazardous substance, solid, n.o.s.* Epibromohydrin Epichlorohydrin 1,2-Epoxy-3-ethoxypropane Esters, n.o.%* Ethane Ethane, refrigerated liquid Ethanol Ethanolamine Ethanolamine solution Ethanol solution Ethers, n.o.s.* Ethyl acetate Ethylacetylene, stabilized Ethyl acrylate, stabilized Ethyl alcohol Ethyl alcohol solution Ethylamine
  35. 35. Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods 30 UN No. 2270 227 1 2272 2273 1175 2274 2753 3460 1176 1891 .,A- l OU3 2275 1177 1179 1178 1180 1037 1181 1182 2935 2826 1862 1892 1183 1962 3138 Drill Code 3CH 3L 6L 6L 3L 6L 6L 6L 3L 6L ÚF 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 1OA 6F 6CF 3L 8F 3L 6i 4HW 1OA 1OL 6F 8F 6L 3P 3L 3L 3L 1188 1189 3L 3L 1185 1040 1041 6FH 1OP 1OL 1952 2L 3300 1OP 3297 2L 3070 --`,,```,,,,````-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 1135 1604 1605 1184 1153 1171 1172 2L Copyright International Civil Aviation Organization Provided by IHS under license with ICAO No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS (/N No. Proper shipping nome Drill Code 3298 2-EthyIbutanol 2-Ethylbutyl acetate Ethyl butyl ether 2-Ethylbutyraldehyde Ethyl butyrate Ethyl chloride Ethyl chloroacetate Ethyl chloroformate Ethyl 2-chloropropionate Ethyl chlorothioformate Ethyl crotonate Ethyldichloroarsine Ethyldichlorosilane Ethylene Ethylene, acetylene and propylene mixture, refrigerated liquid Ethylene chlorohydrin Ethylenediamine Ethylene dibromide Ethylene dichloride Ethylene glycol diethyl ether Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate Ethyleneimine, stabilized Ethylene oxide Ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide mixture Ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide mixture Ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide mixture Ethylene oxide and chlorotetrafluoroethanemixture Ethylene oxide and dichlorodifluoromethanemixture 3P 3299 n & L . . l L-..+-,.," -...* LLllyl VIV.I."cICiCi.L(L,C 2L 2983 Ethylamine, aqueous solution Ethyl amyl ketone N-Ethylaniline 2-Ethylaniline Ethylbenzene N-Ethyl-N-benzylaniline N-Ethylbenzyltoluidines,liquid N-Ethylbenzyltoluidines,solid Ethyl borate Ethyl bromide 2L 1040 1038 1155 2453 1190 2276 2748 2385 248 1 1 I92 2363 2277 1039 1193 1194 2524 2525 2435 2386 1195 2615 2754 1196 008 1 0082 033 1 0083 0084 0241 0332 1169 1 I97 1373 1353 1O P 1OA 3AH 1OL 3H 3c 6C 3L 3P 3L 3N 3L 1O L 3L 3P 3L 6L 8L 3c 3L 3H 6L 3c IL IL 1L IL IL IL IL 3L 3L 4L 3L Not for Resale 1373 1373 1606 1607 1773 2582 1466 1323 1408 4L 4L 6L 6L 8L 8L 5L 3L 4PW Proper shipping name Ethylene oxide and pentafluoroethanemixture Ethylene oxide and propylene oxide mixture Ethylene oxide and tetrafluoroethanemixture Ethylene oxide with nitrogen Ethylene, refrigerated liquid Ethyl ether Ethyl fluoride Ethyl formate 2-Ethylhexylamine 2-Ethylhexyl chloroformate Ethyl isobutyrate Ethyl isocyanate Ethyl lactate Ethyl mercaptan Ethyl methacrylate, stabilized Ethyl methyl ether Ethyl methyl ketone Ethyl nitrite solution Ethyl orthoformate Ethyl oxalate Ethylphenyldichlorosilane 1-Ethylpipendine Ethyl propionate Ethyl propyl ether N-Ethyltoluidines Ethyltrichlorosilane Explosive, blasting, type A Explosive, blasting, type B Explosive, blasting, type B Explosive, blasting, type C Explosive, blasting, type D Explosive, blasting, type E Explosive, blasting, type E Extracts, aromatic, liquid Extracts, flavouring, liquid Fabrics, animal, n.0.s. Fabrics impregnated with weakly nitrated nitrocellulose, n.0.s. Fabrics, synthetic, n.0.s Fabrics, vegetable, n.0.s. Ferric arsenate Ferric arsenite Ferric chloride, anhydrous Ferric chloride solution Ferric nitrate Ferrocerium Ferrosilicon

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