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P2 190 DG 54 edition final
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  • A list of the Emergency Response Drill Codes are listed in the handouts.
  • Explain to students the specific responsibility of the shipper in using the correct packaging. Also elaborate on the difference of the Packing Instruction in the Columns of G, I & K . Column G is Limited Quantity, Column I is a UN Specification Packing for Passenger and Cargo Aircraft and Column K in this example is a UN Specification Packing for Cargo Aircraft Only.
  • Further explain to the students as in the regulation
  • Read the Packing Instructions Y341. Emphasize on the 30kg maximum gross weight and Single Packaging not permitted. Tell trainees that this is a Combination Packaging. Inner Packaging quantity and type as indicated. Outer Packaging as indicated as Drum, Jerrican and Boxes. Highlight to trainee that the maximum quantity allowed per package in Limited Quantity is 1L. Indicated in this Packing Instruction, the maximum quantity per inner packaging is 0.5L. Therefore the minimum inner packaging for 1L would be 2 inner packaging
  • In this Packing Instruction 353 is used for UN1088, Acetal for Passenger And Cargo Aircraft. Emphasize to trainees to read the PI information given and to note that this the packaging must be for a Packing Group II packaging. Single Packaging not permitted. A Combination Packaging method must be used. Inner packaging permitted for usage is Glass, Metal and Plastic. Note that for Glass Inner packaging, the Net Quantity is 1 L. Hence the total number of 1 L quantity package permitted would be 5 glass inner packages to make up for the maximum net weight per package of 5L. Drum, Jerrican and Boxes are allowed for the outer packaging. Highlight to trainees that the outer packaging is of a specific type – eg 1A2 or 4G. This specification is known as the UN Specification Packaging.
  • Compare the difference between a Limited Quantity Packaging and a UN Specification Packaging. Where specifications are not indicated for the packaging type.
  • Explain to students that these are some examples of packaging for Infectious Substance. Read General DGR Ref 6.5.0.1
  • Explain to students that these are some examples of packaging for Infectious Substance. Read General DGR Ref 6.5.0.1
  • Read through and recap the previous slide 241 on the Section of this Packing Instruction.
  • Direct trainees to to the requirement specified in item (c) of General Requirement which clearly indicates when it is forbidden.
  • Highlight to trainees that the cells with Watt – hour not exceeding 20W/h and Batteries no exceeding 100W/h packed in Quantities that exceeds the allowance permitted in Section II. Review Table 965 II
  • Highlight to trainees that the cells with Watt – hour not exceeding 20W/h and Batteries no exceeding 100W/h packed in Quantities that exceeds the allowance permitted in Section II. Review Table 965 II
  • Highlight to trainees that the cells with Watt – hour not exceeding 20W/h and Batteries no exceeding 100W/h packed in Quantities that exceeds the allowance permitted in Section II. Review Table 965 II. So in this case no DGD is required but the information in here must appear on the AWB or on another EDP document.
  • The Additional Requirement must be read . Note - Telephone Number required on the document – AWB. Labels – The handling (Lithium Batteries) and Class 9 labels are needed. Inform Trainees that the marking and labelling details with be discussed in Section 7. Take note of the Table 965-IB
  • The Additional Requirement must be read . Note - Telephone Number required on the document – AWB. Labels – The handling (Lithium Batteries) and Class 9 labels are needed. Inform Trainees that the marking and labelling details with be discussed in Section 7. Take note of the Table 965-IB
  • Direct Trainees to review DGR Ref – 2.3.5.9 Portable Electronic Devices containing Batteries
  • Explain to students that there could be 2 or more Inner Packaging in 1 Outer Packaging
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    • 1. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 1  DGR 4.1.3.1 Mixture and Solution Example A Chemical Reagent is a mixture of 2 Listed Substances Substance A - UN 2705 1-Pentol Class 8 Packing Group II Substance B - UN 1234 Methylal Class 3 Packing Group II Use Table 3.10 A to determine the Primary Risk and Subsidiary Risk Determine the following
    • 2. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 2  DGR 4.1.3.1 Mixture and Solution Substance A - London Purple Substance B - Divinyl Ether, stabilized A mixture of 2 listed substances are used in a pesticide formula Other information – Boiling Point 22o C Exercise 6 # 2
    • 3. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 3  DGR 4.1.3.1 Mixture and Solution Example A mixture of 2 substances is used in a pesticide formula Substance A - UN 1621 London Purple Div 6.1 Packing Group II Substance B - UN 1167 Divinyl Ether Class 3 Packing Group I Use Table 3.10 A to determine the Primary Risk and Subsidiary Risk Determine the following
    • 4. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 4  Column A Contains the serial number assigned to the article or substances under the United Nations classification system. When this number is used it must be prefixed by the letters UN. The numbers in 8000 series must be prefixed by the letters ID. The number would appear as UN 1950 or ID 8000 and not 1950 or 8000
    • 5. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 5  Column B Contains an alphabetical listing of dangerous goods articles and substances identified by their Proper Shipping Names, together with qualifying descriptive text. The Proper Shipping Name is in dark bold type
    • 6. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 6  Column C Class or Division of the Primary Risk Hazard and where applicable the Subsidiary Risk Hazard(s) in parenthesis  Column D Hazard Labels of the Primary and Subsidiary Risk Hazards  Column E Applicable Packing Groups.
    • 7. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 7
    • 8. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 8 Dangerous Goods In Excepted Quantities Code Maximum Quantity per inner packaging Maximum Quantity per outer packaging E0 Not permitted as Excepted Quantity E1 30g /30 mL 1kg / 1 L E2 30g /30 mL 500g / 500mL E3 30g /30 mL 300g / 300 mL E4 1g / 1mL 500g / 500mL E5 1g / 1ml 300g / 300 mL Table 2.6.A Excepted Quantity Codes for Table 4.2 (2.6.4.1)
    • 9. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 9 Dangerous Goods In Excepted Quantities
    • 10. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 10
    • 11. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 11 Dangerous Goods In Limited Quantity
    • 12. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 12 Dangerous Goods In Limited Quantity
    • 13. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 13
    • 14. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 14
    • 15. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 15
    • 16. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 16 DGR 4.4 Special Provision The “Special Provisions” are referred to in Column M of the List of Dangerous Goods and the information contained therein is additional to that shown for the relevant entry. Where the wording of the special provision is equivalent to that in the UN Model Regulations the UN special provision number is shown in parentheses immediately following the air mode special provision number. The Page Indicator on the sides indicates the Special Provision numbers listed on the page.
    • 17. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 17 Section 4.4 Special Provision
    • 18. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 18
    • 19. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 19
    • 20. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 20 End of Day 2
    • 21. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 21 Recap of Day 2
    • 22. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 22 Hazardous Articles and Substances must be packed according to the recommended prescribed specification listed through the Packing Instructions in the Section 5 of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation There are 4 types of Quantity Packaging used to ship dangerous goods Only the UN Specification Packagings and Limited Quantity Packing Instructions are indicated in Section 5.
    • 23. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 23 5.0.1.1 General 5.0.1 Shipper’s Responsibility The shipper is responsible for all aspects of the packing of dangerous goods… Cargo Agents, Freight Forwarder and the Operators’ Dangerous Goods Acceptance Staff must be familiar with the packing requirements of dangerous goods.
    • 24. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 24 5.0.1 Shipper’s Responsibility 5.0.1.2 Specific a) Comply with the set of packing requirements appropriate to the type of packaging to be used. a) Use only the packagings permitted by the applicable Packing Instruction specified in Column G, I and K When preparing each package of dangerous goods, the Shipper must -
    • 25. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 25 5.0.1 Shipper’s Responsibility c) For all packagings, restrict the overall quantity per package to the limits specified in Columns H, J and L of the List of Dangerous Goods (as applicable) or to the design limit for the package whichever is more restrictive. In addition, for combination packaging, the quantity limit per inner packaging must not exceed the limits specified in the packaging instruction 5.0.1.2 Specific When preparing each package of dangerous goods, the Shipper must -
    • 26. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 26 5.0.1 Shipper’s Responsibility d) Assemble the and secure all components of the packaging exactly in the manner intended. d) Ensure that external surfaces of assembled packages are clean of contamination arising from the filling process itself or from contamination from the environment surrounding the filling / assembly area; and d) Ensure that his responsibilities for packing are completely fulfilled when the package is presented to the Operator for shipment. 5.0.1.2 Specific When preparing each package of dangerous goods, the Shipper must -
    • 27. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 27 Dangerous goods must be packed in good quality packagings which must be strong enough to withstand the shocks and loadings normally encountered in transport, including removal from a pallet, unit load device or over pack for subsequent manual or mechanical handling. Packages must be constructed and closed as to prevent any loss of contents when prepared for transport which might be caused under normal conditions of transport, by vibration or by changes in temperature, humidity or pressure. (resulting from altitude, example) Packages (including inner packagings and receptacles) must be closed in accordance with the information provided by the manufacturer. No dangerous residue must adhere to the outside of packages during transport. These provision apply, as appropriate, to new reconditioned or remanufactured packagings DGR Ref 5.0.2.4 Packaging Quality DGR Ref 5.0.2.4.1
    • 28. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 28 DGR Ref 5.0.4 Conditions Normal to Air Transport  DGR Ref 5.0.4.1 - Temperature The normal conditions encountered during air transport are :- The extremes of temperature which may be encountered in international transport are in the order of –40o C and 55o C  DGR Ref 5.0.4.2 - Pressure Due to altitude, the ambient pressure experience by a package during flight will be lower than standard atmospheric pressure at sea level.  DGR Ref 5.0.4.3 - Vibration Vibration in commercial aircraft to which packagings may be exposed range from 5mm amplitude at 7Hz (corresponding to 1g acceleration) to 0.05mm amplitude at 200 Hz (corresponding to 8g acceleration)
    • 29. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 29 Types of Packagings  Single Packagings (Composite Packaging)  Combination Packagings  Class 6.2 Packagings  Single Packagings
    • 30. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 30 Types of Packagings  Single Packagings  Combination Packagings  Combination Packagings Consist of an Inner & Outer Packaging
    • 31. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 31 Types of Packagings DGR Ref – 2.6.2.2 Dangerous Goods Permitted in Excepted Quantity a) Class 2 b) Class 3 – Packing Group II and III c) Class 4 - Packing Group II and III (excluding Self Reactive Substance) d) Class 5 - Division 5.1 Packing Group II and II Division 5.2 – only in Chemical kits…. a) Division 6.1 – all except Packing Group I for inhalation toxic substances b) Class 8 – Packing Group II and III c) Class 9 – other than carbon dioxide solid, ………
    • 32. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 32 Types of Packagings DGR Ref - 2.6.5 Packing (a) There must be an inner packaging and each inner packaging must be made of plastic (when used for liquid dangerous goods)…… (b) Each Inner Packaging must be securely packed in an intermediate packaging (outer packaging) with cushioning material Inner Packaging Outer Packaging
    • 33. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 33 Types of Packagings DGR Ref - 2.7.2.1 Dangerous Goods Permitted in Limited Quantity Only dangerous goods which are permitted on passenger aircraft and which meet the criteria of the classes, division and packing group (if appropriate) listed in DGR Ref 2.7.2.1 (a – g) may be carried under the provision of dangerous goods in Limited Quantity DGR Ref – 2.7.4 Quantity Limitation  DGR Ref – 2.7.4.1 The net quantity per package must not exceed the quantity specified in Column H of the List of Dangerous Goods against the Packing Instructions identified in Column G  DGR Ref – 2.7.4.2 The gross weight of Limited Quantity package must not exceed 30kg
    • 34. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 34 Types of Packagings DGR Ref 2.7.5 Packing  General packing requirement must be met.  Single Packaging (composite packaging) are not permitted.  Applicable Packing Instruction indicated in Column G is identified by the prefix Y with a number
    • 35. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 35 Types of Packagings UN 1088 Acetal – Limited Quantity Packing Instruction Y341
    • 36. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 36 Types of Packagings UN 1088 Acetal – Limited Quantity Packing Instruction Y341 Possible Inner Packaging Glass Metal Plastic
    • 37. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 37 Types of Packagings UN 1088 Acetal – Limited Quantity Packing Instruction Y341 Possible Outer Packaging - Drums
    • 38. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 38 Types of Packagings UN 1088 Acetal – Limited Quantity Packing Instruction Y341 Possible Outer Packaging - Boxes
    • 39. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 39 Types of Packagings Packing Instruction – Indicated in Column I and Column K Maximum Net Quantity per Package - Indicated in Column J and Column L Packing Instruction 353 – 5L Packing Instruction 364 – 60L
    • 40. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 40 Types of Packagings
    • 41. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 41 Types of Packagings UN 1088 Acetal – Limited Quantity Packing Instruction Y341
    • 42. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 42 Types of Packagings
    • 43. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 43 Types of Packagings ✈ UN Specification Packagings do not apply for the packaging of Radioactive Material. ✈ Two or Three character codes is used for designating packaging other than inner packages, comprising  Numerical indicating the Packaging Type  Alphabetical Letter indicating the Packaging Material Type  Applicable Numeric or Alphabet indicating the category of the package within the kind to which the package belong to
    • 44. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 44 Types of Packagings 6.0.3.5 Packaging Material Code A – Steel (all types and surface treatments B – Aluminium C – Natural Wood D – Plywood F – Reconstituted Wood G – Fibreboard H – Plastic Material L – Textile M – Paper, multi-wall N – Metal ( other than steel or aluminium) P – Glass, Porcelain or Stoneware 1 – Drum 2 - Reserved 3 – Jerrican 4 – Box 5 - Bag 6 – Composite Packaging 6.0.3.4 Packaging Type Code
    • 45. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 45 Types of Packagings DGR Ref – 6.0.4.2 Format of Marking  DGR Ref 6.0.4.2.1 The marking must consist of (a) The UN Symbol For embossed Metal Packagings the capital letters “UN” may be applied as the symbol. (b) The code number designating the type of packagings according to 6.0.3 4G / Y20 / S / 12 / GB / AS526 Example - 4G - Fibreboard Box
    • 46. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 46 Types of Packagings DGR Ref – 6.0.4.2 Format of Marking  DGR Ref 6.0.4.2.1 The marking must consist of (c) Followed by 4G / Y20 / S / 12 / GB / AS526 Example - Y - Packaging may be used for Packing Group II & III
    • 47. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 47 Types of Packagings DGR Ref – 6.0.4.2 Format of Marking  DGR Ref 6.0.4.2.1 The marking must consist of (d) Followed by  Single Packaging intended to contain liquids, a number indicating the relative density, rounded off to the first decimal place……  Single Packaging containing solids or packages containing Inner Packages, a number corresponding to the maximum gross weight , in kilograms 4G / Y20 / S / 12 / GB / AS526 1A1 / Y1.4 / 150 / 12 / GB / AS526Liquids Solids or Inner Packages
    • 48. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 48 Types of Packagings DGR Ref – 6.0.4.2 Format of Marking  DGR Ref 6.0.4.2.1 The marking must consist of (e) Followed by  Single Packaging intended to contain liquids, the hydraulic test pressure which the packages was shown to withstand……  Single Packaging containing solids or packages containing Inner Packages, the letter “ S “ 4G / Y20 / S / 12 / GB / AS526 1A1 / Y1.4 / 150 / 12 / GB / AS526Liquids Solids or Inner Packages
    • 49. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 49 Types of Packagings DGR Ref – 6.0.4.2 Format of Marking  DGR Ref 6.0.4.2.1 The marking must consist of (f) Followed by  The last two digits of the year during which the package was manufactured……. 4G / Y20 / S / 12 / GB / AS526 1A1 / Y1.4 / 150 / 12 / GB / AS526Liquids Solids or Inner Packages (g) Followed by  The State authorizing the allocation of the mark, indicated by the International Vehicle Registration Code (VRI Code)…….
    • 50. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 50 Types of Packagings DGR Ref – 6.0.4.2 Format of Marking  DGR Ref 6.0.4.2.1 The marking must consist of (h) Followed by  The name of the manufacturer or other identification of the packaging specified by the appropriate national authority 4G / Y20 / S / 12 / GB / AS526 1A1 / Y1.4 / 150 / 12 / GB / AS526Liquids Solids or Inner Packages These marking may be shown in two to three lines however the marking can be applied in a single or in multiple line, provide the information is in the correct sequence
    • 51. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 51 Types of Packagings 4G / Class 6.2/ 12 / GB / 2162B
    • 52. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 52 Types of Packagings 4G / Class 6.2 / 12 / GB / 2162B  DGR Ref – 6.5.3.1 Marking on Packagings of Infectious Substances  Use only for Infectious Substances  Markings must be embossed or printed  Markings must be in sequence  Used with Packing Instruction 620
    • 53. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 53 Introduction – UN 3480 Lithium Ion Batteries Sections - Two Sections namely  Section I – Section IA & Section IB  Section II Tables – 3 Packing Instruction Packaging Tables  Table 965 - IA  Table 965 – IB  Table 965 - II
    • 54. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 54 Introduction – UN 3480
    • 55. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 55 General Requirement
    • 56. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 56 Section IA
    • 57. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 57 Section IB
    • 58. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 58 Section IB Example – 10 Lithium Ion Cells 15W/h in a package PI 965 Section IB can be applied.
    • 59. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 59 Section IB
    • 60. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 60 Section IB
    • 61. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 61 Section IB UN Specification Packagings – Not Required. Quantity Per Packaging – Maximum Gross Weight – 10kgs Example – 10 Lithium Ion Cells 15W/h in a package PI 965 Section IB can be applied.
    • 62. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 62 Section II Note – That these are Lithium Ion Batteries that are not in any equipment. These may be spare batteries in passenger baggage. See 2.3
    • 63. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 63 Section II
    • 64. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 64 Substance Substance Substance Substance
    • 65. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 65 Also known as “All Packed In One” Two or More Different Hazards packed in One Outer Packing Outer Packing either Limited Quantity Packing or UN Specification PackagingSubstance Substance Inner Packaging Outer Packaging
    • 66. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 66 Also known as “All Packed In One” Substance Substance Step 1 – Details of each item must be according to DGR Ref 4.2 List of Dangerous Goods Step 2 - The shipper must ensure that the substances do not react dangerously with each other and check that do not require segregation according to DGR Ref Table 9.3A
    • 67. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 67 Hazard Label 1 excl 1.4S 1.4S 2 3 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 8 1 excl 1.4S See 9.3.2.2 See 9.3.2.2.3 X X X X X X X 1.4S See 9.3.2.2.3 - - - - - - - - 2 X - - - - - - - - 3 X - - - - - X - - 4.2 X - - - - - X - - 4.3 X - - - - - - - X 5.1 X - - X X - - - - 5.2 X - - - - - - - - 8 x - - - - x - - -
    • 68. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 68 Also known as “All Packed In One” Substance Substance Step 3 – Refer to each applicable packing instructions and make sure that a) the inner packagings are permitted b) the maximum quantity limits for the inner packagings have been observed c) the outer packagings meets the requirements for each packing instruction
    • 69. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 69 Also known as “All Packed In One” Substance Substance Step 4 – Refer to the List of Dangerous Goods for each packing instruction and determine a) The most restrictive packing group. The package must meet the performance standards of this packing group b) the Q value the highest permitted net quantity per package according to the formula where Q must not exceed 1.
    • 70. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 70 Formula + +
    • 71. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 71
    • 72. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 72 Hazard Label 1 excl 1.4S 1.4S 2 3 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 8 1 excl 1.4S See 9.3.2.2 See 9.3.2.2.3 X X X X X X X 1.4S See 9.3.2.2.3 - - - - - - - - 2 X - - - - - - - - 3 X - - - - - X - - 4.2 X - - - - - X - - 4.3 X - - - - - - - X 5.1 X - - X X - - - - 5.2 X - - - - - - - - 8 x - - - - x - - -
    • 73. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 73
    • 74. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 74
    • 75. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 75 Formula + +
    • 76. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 76 Formula + +
    • 77. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 77 An overpack is an enclosure used to contain one or more packages of hazardous substances into one handling unit for convenience of handling and stowage. Dangerous goods packages contained in an overpack must be properly marked, labelled and in proper condition as required by the Regulations. Substance Substance Two Types of Overpack a) Clear Overpack b) Closed Overpack Substances must be Compatible Must not react dangerously together See Table 9.3A
    • 78. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 78 Substance Substance Overpack Outer Packaging Inner Packaging Inner Packaging Outer Packaging
    • 79. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 79 The Shipper is responsible for all necessary marking and labelling of each package of dangerous goods and each overpack containing dangerous goods, in compliance with these regulations. Each package must be of such a size that there is adequate space to affix all required markings and labels.  DGR Ref 7.0.1 Shipper’s General Responsibility Note – Correct marking and labelling of dangerous goods is an important element in the safe transport of dangerous goods. ✈ Markings - Indicate the contents ✈ Hazard Labels - Indicate the Nature of Hazard ✈ Handling Labels - Provide Handling and Stowage Information
    • 80. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 80 For each such package and overpack requiring marking, the shipper must  DGR Ref 7.1.1 Shipper’s Specific Responsibilities a) Check that any relevant marking on the package or overpack already on the package is in the correct location and meets the quality and specification requirements of the Regulations. a) Remove or obliterate any irrelevant marking already on the package or overpack a) Ensure that each outer or single packaging used for dangerous goods, for which specification packaging is required in Section 5 bears the specification marking as specified in 6.0.4
    • 81. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 81 For each such package and overpack requiring marking, the shipper must  DGR Ref 7.1.1 Shipper’s Specific Responsibilities d) Apply any appropriate new marking in the correct location and ensure that it is of durable quality and correct specification. e) Ensure that his responsibility for marking are completely fulfilled when the package or overpack is presented to the operator for shipment.
    • 82. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 82  DGR Ref 7.1.2 Types Of Marking  Markings which Identify the design or specification of a packaging…. (Specification Packaging Markings)  Limited Quantity Packaging marking.  Marking which identify the use of a particular shipment. Example – Contents and Shipper or Consignee.
    • 83. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 83  DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking 7.1.5.1 …………each package containing dangerous goods must be marked, durably and legibly on the outside of the package with each of the following. Mandatory a) Proper Shipping Name & UN Number (Spell Checks & UN must prefix the Number) b) The Full Name & Address of the Shipper The Full Name & Address of the Consignee
    • 84. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 84  DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking 7.1.5.1 …………each package containing dangerous goods must be marked, durably and legibly on the outside of the package with each of the following. c) The Net Quantity of the Dangerous Goods contained in each package must be shown…. This quantity must be marked adjacent to the UN number and Proper Shipping Name. Required when there is more than one non- identical package. Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings
    • 85. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 85  DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking 7.1.5.1 …………each package containing dangerous goods must be marked, durably and legibly on the outside of the package with each of the following. Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings d) For UN 1845 Carbon Dioxide Solid (Dry Ice) the Net Weight of the dry ice contained in each package. d) For Division 6.2 Infectious Substances: NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF A RESPONSIBLE PERSON
    • 86. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 86  DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking 7.1.5.1 …………each package containing dangerous goods must be marked, durably and legibly on the outside of the package with each of the following. Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings f) For Class 2 Refrigerated Liquefied Gas reference to Packing Instruction 202  Orientation Label (Arrow Up) – 2 Labels  The words “Keep Up Right” – at 120o intervals
    • 87. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 87  DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking 7.1.5.1 …………each package containing dangerous goods must be marked, durably and legibly on the outside of the package with each of the following. Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings g) UN 3373 BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES CATEGORY B As well as the diamond–shaped mark as shown in Packing Instruction 650
    • 88. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 88  DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking 7.1.5.1 …………each package containing dangerous goods must be marked, durably and legibly on the outside of the package with each of the following. Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings h) Chemical oxygen generator contained in Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE) Under the Special Provision A144, the statement “Air Crew Protective Breathing Equipment” (smoke hood) must be marked adjacent to the Proper Shipping Name
    • 89. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 89  DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking 7.1.5.1 …………each package containing dangerous goods must be marked, durably and legibly on the outside of the package with each of the following. Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings i) Environmentally Hazard Substances The marking required by DGR Ref 7.1.6.3 This marking is not required where the net quantity is less then 5L or 5kg. UN 3077 Environmentally Hazardous Substance Solid n.o.s UN 3082 Environmentally Hazardous Substance, Liquid n.o.s
    • 90. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 90  DGR Ref 7.1.5.3 Limited Quantity Packages of dangerous goods shipped under the Limited Quantity provision, must be marked with the limited quantity mark. Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings
    • 91. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 91 DGR Ref 7.1.4 Overpack Unless all markings representative of all dangerous goods in the overpack are clearly visible, the overpack must be marked with Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings  The word “OVERPACK”  All the required markings of 7.1.5.1 (a), (b), (e) through (i).  Where applicable all other required markings  DGR Ref 7.1.4.1 The above application are for Closed Overpack
    • 92. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 92 DGR Ref 7.1.4 Overpack Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings  DGR Ref 7.1.4.1 Packing Specification marking must not be reproduced on the overpack as the word “Overpack” indicates that the packages contained within, comply with the prescribed specifications.  UN Specifications Packages in a Closed Overpack  Limited Quantity Packages in a Closed Overpack When packages containing dangerous goods in limited quantities are placed in an overpack, the outside of the overpack must also be marked with the limited quantity marking shown in Figure 7.1.A.
    • 93. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 93 DGR Ref 7.1.4 Overpack Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings  DGR Ref 7.1.4.2 When a consignment consist of more than one overpack, to facilitate identification, loading and notification, the operator requires each overpack to show an identification mark (which may be in any alpha – numeric format) and the total quantity of dangerous goods as indicated on the Shipper’s Declaration. Note Where an overpack contains more than one UN Number, the total quantity of dangerous goods should be shown by UN Number.  Multiple Overpacks Identifcation
    • 94. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 94 DGR Ref 7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking Additional Mandatory Applicable Markings  DGR Ref 7.1.5.7 All Packed in One When two or more dangerous goods are packed within the same outer packaging, the package must be marked as required for each pack.  For UN Specification Package - The UN Specification Marking  For Limited Quantity Package - The Limited Quantity Marking / Label  The Mandatory Marking
    • 95. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 95
    • 96. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 96 Hazard Labels – Primary Risk Label Subsidiary Risk Label Diamond Shape Labels Handling Labels – Used in Addition with Hazard Labels Rectangular in Shape Two Types of Labels  DGR Ref 7.2.2.2 – Types of Labels a) Hazard Labels are required for most dangerous goods in all classes. a) Handling Labels which are required, either alone or in addition to hazard labels, for some dangerous goods.  DGR Ref 7.2.2.1 - Durability Every Label, the printing and any adhesive thereon, must be sufficiently durable to withstand normal transport conditions including weather exposure without substantial reduction in effectiveness.
    • 97. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 97 IMPORTANT SUBSECTIONS  DGR Ref 7.2.3.1 – General on Hazard and Subsidiary Risk Labels  DGR Ref 7.2.3.5 - Division 4.2 (Div 4.1 subsidiary risk label not require)  DGR Ref 7.2.3.9 – Class 9 & Magnetized Material (Class 9 RMD label not required for Magnetized Material.  DGR Ref 7.2.3.12 – Only one hazard is required for each class or division contained within the package. Hazard and Subsidiary Risk Label
    • 98. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 98 IMPORTANT SUBSECTIONS  DGR Ref 7.2.4.1 – Magnetized Material  DGR Ref 7.2.4.2 - Cargo Aircraft Only – To be used only when the quantity limits are packed for Cargo Aircraft (List of DG 4.2 Column K & L)  DGR Ref 7.2.4.3 – Cryogenic Liquids – Used in addition with Div 2.2 label for low temperature gas. DGR Ref – 7.2.4 Handling Labels
    • 99. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 99 IMPORTANT SUBSECTIONS  DGR Ref 7.2.4.4 – Package Orientation The Package Orientation label must be used on combination packagings and overpacks containing liquid dangerous goods This label is not required for a) 120ml or less in each inner packaging b) 500ml or less in gas tight inner packaging c) infectious substances in primary receptacles not exceeding 50ml. d) radioactive materials DGR Ref – 7.2.4 Handling Labels At least 2 of these labels must be used. Each on the opposite side of the package
    • 100. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 100 IMPORTANT SUBSECTIONS  DGR Ref 7.2.4.5 – Keep Away From Heat The Keep Away From Heat handling label must be used in addition to the applicable hazard labels Div 4.1 & Div 5.2 (See Special Provision A20) DGR Ref – 7.2.4 Handling Labels Self-Reactive Substances of Division 4.1 Organic Peroxide Division 5.2
    • 101. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 101 IMPORTANT SUBSECTIONS  DGR Ref 7.2.4.7 – Lithium Batteries DGR Ref – 7.2.4 Handling Labels  DGR Ref 7.2.4.7.1
    • 102. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 102 IMPORTANT SUBSECTIONS  DGR Ref 7.2.4.7 – Lithium Batteries DGR Ref – 7.2.4 Handling Labels  DGR Ref 7.2.4.7.2
    • 103. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 103  DGR Ref 7.2.6.1 – General  DGR Ref – 7.2.6 Affixing Labels a) All labels must be securely affixed or printed on the packaging so they are readily visible and legible and not obscured by any part of or attachment to the packaging or by any other label or marking: a) Each label must be affixed or printed on a background of contrasting colour or must have a dotted or solid line outer boundary: a) Labels must not be folded or a affixed in such a manner that parts of the same label appear on different faces of the packaging
    • 104. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 104  DGR Ref 7.2.6.1 – General  DGR Ref – 7.2.6 Affixing Labels d) If the package is of such an irregular shape that a label cannot be attached on printed on a surface, it is acceptable to attach the label(s) to the package by means of strong tag(s). e) The package must be of such a size that there is adequate space to affix all required labels.
    • 105. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 105  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2 – Label Location  DGR Ref – 7.2.6 Affixing Labels  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.1 - When the package dimensions are adequate, labels must be located on the same surface of the package near the Proper Shipping Name marking.  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.2 – Labels should be affixed adjacent to the shipper’s or consignee’s address appearing on the package  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.3 – When labels identifying the primary and subsidiary risk are required, they must be affixed adjacent to each other on the same surface of the package.  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.4 - When different items of dangerous goods are packed in the same outer packaging and require multiple hazard labels, they must be affixed adjacent to each other.  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.5 – Unless the package dimension are inadequate hazard labels must be affixed at an angel of 45o (diamond shape)
    • 106. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 106  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2 – Label Location  DGR Ref – 7.2.6 Affixing Labels  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.1 - When the package dimensions are adequate, labels must be located on the same surface of the package near the Proper Shipping Name marking.  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.2 – Labels should be affixed adjacent to the shipper’s or consignee’s address appearing on the package  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.3 – When labels identifying the primary and subsidiary risk are required, they must be affixed adjacent to each other on the same surface of the package.  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.4 - When different items of dangerous goods are packed in the same outer packaging and require multiple hazard labels, they must be affixed adjacent to each other.  DGR Ref 7.2.6.2.5 – Unless the package dimension are inadequate hazard labels must be affixed at an angel of 45o (diamond shape)
    • 107. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 107 The required documents for shipping dangerous goods by air  The Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods (DGD)  The Airway Bill  All other required documents where applicable  DGR Ref 8.0.1.1 A Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods must be completed by the Shipper for each consignment of dangerous goods
    • 108. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 108  DGR Ref 8.0.1.2 Articles and Substances that do not require a Shipper’s Declaration  Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantity – EQ  UN3373 Biological Substances, Category B (See Packing Instructions 650)  UN 2807 Magnetized Material (See Packing Instruction 953)  UN1845, Carbon Dioxide Solid (Dry Ice), when used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods (see Packing Instructions 954 (c) )
    • 109. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 109  DGR Ref 8.0.1.2 Articles and Substances that do not require a Shipper’s Declaration  UN 3245 Genetically Modified Organisms, Genetically Modified Microorganisms (See Packing Instructions 959.  Lithium Ion or Lithium Metal Batteries meeting the provisions of Section IB of Packing Instructions 965 and 968.  Lithium Ion or Lithium Metal Batteries meeting the provisions of Section II of Packing Instructions 965 – 970.  Radioactive Material, Excepted Packages (RRE) (See 10.5.8.2.2)
    • 110. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 110  DGR Ref 8.0.1.2 Articles and Substances that do not require a Shipper’s Declaration  UN 3245 Genetically Modified Organisms, Genetically Modified Microorganisms (See Packing Instructions 959.  Lithium Ion or Lithium Metal Batteries meeting the provisions of Section IB of Packing Instructions 965 and 968.  Lithium Ion or Lithium Metal Batteries meeting the provisions of Section II of Packing Instructions 965 – 970.  Radioactive Material, Excepted Packages (RRE) (See 10.5.8.2.2)
    • 111. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 111  DGR Ref 8.0.2.1 Shipper is responsible for providing information applicable to the consignment of dangerous goods to the operator as set out in this Section This information may be provided on a prescribed declaration form “Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods” For each shipment of dangerous goods the Shipper Must – a)Use only the correct form in the correct manner a)Ensure that the information on the form is accurate, easy to identify, legible and durable
    • 112. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 112  DGR Ref 8.0.2.1 Shipper is responsible for providing information applicable to the consignment of dangerous goods to the operator as set out in this Section This information may be provided on a prescribed declaration form “Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods” For each shipment of dangerous goods the Shipper Must – c)Ensure that the form is properly signed when the shipment is presented to the operator for shipment ; and d)Ensure that the shipment has been prepared in accordance with these Regulations
    • 113. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 113  DGR Ref 8.0.2.2 Retention of Documentation  DGR Ref 8.0.2.2.1 The shipper must retain a copy of the Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods And additional information and documentation as specified in these Regulations, for a minimum period of 3 Months  DGR Ref 8.0.2.2.2 When the document are kept electronically or in a computer system, the Shipper Must be able to reproduce them in a printed form.
    • 114. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 114  DGR Ref 8.1.1.1 Format and Language Preprinted Declaration Forms must be printed in the same format, except as provided hereafter, and show the same wording in English, as one of the specimen declaration forms referred to in 8.1.7. Additionally, if required, the wording in English maybe supplemented by an accurate printed translation in a another language..…… DGR Ref 8.1.1.2 Colour  DGR Ref 8.1.1.3 Size – A3 or A4 Black and Red on white paper. Diagonal Hatchings printed vertical in the right and left margins must be printed in red.
    • 115. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 115  DGR Ref 8.1.2.6.1 The operator will not accept a declaration form that has been altered or amended, unless the alteration or amendment to an entry has ben signed by the shipper with the same signature used to sign the document. Alteration of the Airway Bill Number, the Airport of Departure and the Airport of Destination are excepted from this provision.  DGR Ref 8.1.2.6.2 An entry inserted in different handwriting or different printing or in a combination of handwriting and printing is not considered to be an alteration or amendment.
    • 116. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 116  DGR Ref 81.6.1 Shipper  DGR Ref 8.1.6.2 Consignee  DGR Ref 8.1.6.3 Air Waybill Number  DGR Ref 8.1.6.4 Page of Page
    • 117. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 117  DGR Ref 81.6.5 Aircraft Limitation  DGR Ref 8.1.6.6 Airport of Departure  DGR Ref 8.1.6.7 Airport of Destination  DGR Ref 8.1.6.8 Shipment Type
    • 118. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 118  Step 1 – UN Number  Step 2 – Proper Shipping Name  DGR Ref 81.6.9 Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods  DGR Ref 81.6.9.1 First Sequence  Step 3 & 4 - Primary & Subsidiary Class / Division  Step 5 – Packing Group Also See 8.1.3
    • 119. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 119  Step 6 – Quantity Per Package a) – i)  DGR Ref 81.6.9 Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods  DGR Ref 81.6.9.2 Second Sequence  Step 7 - Overpack
    • 120. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 120  Step 6 – Quantity Per Package a) – i)  DGR Ref 81.6.9 Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods  DGR Ref 81.6.9.2 Second Sequence  Step 7 - Overpack
    • 121. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 121  Step 6 – Quantity Per Package a) – i)  DGR Ref 81.6.9 Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods  DGR Ref 81.6.9.2 Second Sequence  Step 7 - Overpack
    • 122. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 122  DGR Ref 81.6.9 Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods  DGR Ref 81.6.9.3 Third Sequence Packing Instruction  Step 8 - Packing Instruction
    • 123. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 123  DGR Ref 81.6.9 Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods  DGR Ref 81.6.9.4 Fourth Sequence Authorization  Step 9 - Special Provision
    • 124. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 124  DGR Ref 81.6.9 Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods  DGR Ref 81.6.9.4 Fourth Sequence Authorization  Step 9 - Special Provision
    • 125. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 125  DGR Ref 8.1.6.11 Additional Handling Information  DGR Ref 8.1.6.11.1 – Organic Peroxide and Self Reactive Substances  DGR Ref 8.1.6.11.2 – Samples of Organic Peroxide and Self Reactive Substances  DGR Ref 8.1.6.11.3 – Chemical Oxygen Generator
    • 126. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 126  DGR Ref 8.1.6.11 Additional Handling Information  DGR Ref 8.1.6.11.4 – Infectious Substances and Controlled Substances  DGR Ref 8.1.6.11.5 – Firework Classification Reference
    • 127. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 127  DGR Ref 8.1.6.12 Certification Statement  DGR Ref 8.1.6.13 Name And Title of Signatory  DGR Ref 8.1.6.14 Place And Date  DGR Ref 8.1.6.15 Signature
    • 128. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 128 Air Waybill(s) accompanying dangerous goods consignment(s) for which a dangerous goods declaration is required must include the following statements, as applicable in the “Handling Information” Box  “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached Shipper’s Declaration”  “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached DGD” Statements For Passenger and Cargo Aircraft
    • 129. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 129 Air Waybill(s) accompanying dangerous goods consignment(s) for which a dangerous goods declaration is required must include the following statements, as applicable in the “Handling Information” Box  “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached Shipper’s Declaration - Cargo Aircraft Only”  “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached Shipper’s Declaration – CAO”  “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached DGD – Cargo Aircraft Only”  “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached DGD – CAO” Statements For Cargo Aircraft Only
    • 130. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 130 An Air Waybill containing both dangerous goods and non- dangerous goods must indicate in the Handling Information Box of the Air Waybill the number of pieces of dangerous goods either before or after the statement “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached Shipper’s Declaration” or “Dangerous Goods as per attached DGD”
    • 131. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 131 An Air Waybill containing both dangerous goods and non- dangerous goods must indicate in the Handling Information Box of the Air Waybill the number of pieces of dangerous goods either before or after the statement “Dangerous Goods As Per Attached Shipper’s Declaration” or “Dangerous Goods as per attached DGD”
    • 132. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 132 If a Shipper’s Declaration is not required for dangerous goods, the Nature and Quantity of Goods box of the Air Waybill must show the following Information.  UN Number Or ID Number (Not Required for Magnetized Material)  Proper Shipping Name  Number of Packages (unless these are the only packages within the consignment)  Net Quantity Per Package (Only Required for UN1845 Carbon Dioxide Solid)
    • 133. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 133 FIGURE 8.2G Consignment Containing Lithium Batteries Packed According to Section II of PI 965 - 970 Consignments containing Lithium Batteries, when packed according to Section II of PI 965 – 970, do not require a Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods, however a statement with the words Lithium Ion Batteries (where applicable) in compliance with Section II of (the applicable Packing Instructions) must be entered in the Nature and Quantity of Goods Column in the Air Waybill.
    • 134. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 134 Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantity do not require a DGD, however the following information must be indicated in the Nature and Quantity of Goods in the Air Waybill.  The Statement – Dangerous Goods In Excepted Quantities  The number of packages (unless these are the only packages within the consignment)
    • 135. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 135 The Handling of Dangerous Goods involves the following functions  Acceptance – Acceptance of Documentation  Shipper’s Declaration of Dangerous Goods  Air Waybill  Acceptance – Acceptance of Packages Checks  Markings and Labels  Packages conforms to Packing Instructions  Free from Leaks and Damages. Checks
    • 136. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 136 To determine that dangerous goods are in compliance to these Regulations, an operator must verify the compliance with the aid of the applicable checklist. There are 4 Checklists that are prescribed by these Regulations and these are  Dangerous Goods Checklist For Non Radioactive Shipment  Dangerous Goods Checklist For Radioactive Shipment  Acceptance Checklist For Dry Ice  Acceptance Checklist For Lithium Batteries
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    • 138. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 138 353
    • 139. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 139 24 Hrs Emergency Contact – Mr Tan Ah Beng +65 63377633
    • 140. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 140 Dangerous Goods As Per Attached Shipper’s Declaration 1 6.0 k Chemicals
    • 141. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 141
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    • 143. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 143 2x
    • 144. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 144 2x
    • 145. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 145 2x Operator – Singapore Airlines
    • 146. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 146 End of Day 3
    • 147. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 147 Recap of Day 3
    • 148. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 148  DGR Ref :- 9.1.5.1 Routing. Whatever the mode used for transport must be made by the quickest possible routing. If transhipment is necessary, precautions must be taken to ensure special care, expeditious handling and monitoring of the substances in transit.  DGR Ref :- 9.1.5.2 A live animal which has been intentionally infected and is known or suspected to contain an infectious substance must not be transported by air unless the infectious substance contained cannot be consigned by any other means. Infected animals may only be transported under terms and conditions approved by the appropriate national authority.
    • 149. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 149 Proper storage of dangerous good is the operator’s responsibility. The some handling labels on dangerous goods package indicates the precaution that must be considered when storing a package. This subsection addresses the important precautions that must be observed when storing dangerous goods  Dangerous Goods that are incompatible must not be stored or loaded together.  Handling Labels must be observed  Observe the separation distance of Radioactive Materials. As in Tables 9.3D & 9.3 E
    • 150. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 150 Packages containing  Self-Reactive Substances of Division 4.1 or  Organic Peroxide Division 5.2 MUST be Stored and Protected From Direct Sunlight And All Sources Of Heat And Placed In An Adequately Ventilated Area
    • 151. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 151 During the course of air transport, including storage, markings and labels required by these Regulations must not be covered or obscured by any part of or attachment to the packaging or other label or marking. Where possible all labels and markings must be readily visible. When loading into aircraft, packages containing dangerous good must be loaded in a way that it is easily accessible to the pilot in command. When loading packages of dangerous goods into ULD’s, these should be loaded at the front or nearer the openings of the ULD The pilot in command must be informed of the location and position of the ULD in the aircraft.
    • 152. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 152  DGR Ref 9.3.1.1 Dangerous Goods must not be carried in an aircraft cabin occupied by passengers or on the flight deck of the aircraft except as permitted by DGR Ref 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and 2.5.1 Dangerous Goods bearing the Cargo Aircraft Only label must not be carried on a passenger aircraft.  DGR Ref 9.3.1.3 Dangerous Goods must not be carried in an aircraft cabin occupied by passengers or on the flight deck of the aircraft except as permitted by DGR Ref 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 and 2.5.1 Dangerous Goods bearing the Cargo Aircraft Only label must not be carried on a passenger aircraft.
    • 153. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 153 Hazard Label 1 excl 1.4S 1.4S 2 3 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 8 1 excl 1.4S Note 1 Note 2 X X X X X X X 1.4S Note 2 - - - - - - - - 2 X - - - - - - - - 3 X - - - - - X - - 4.2 X - - - - - X - - 4.3 X - - - - - - - X 5.1 X - - X X - - - - 5.2 X - - - - - - - - 8 X - - - - X - - -
    • 154. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 154 Loading Of Live Animals With Dangerous Goods Animals must be separated from packages containing the following h
    • 155. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 155 Dangerous Goods Container / Pallet No. Flight No / Date Destination Transfer At Loaded At Contents Position On Aircraft Height Gross Weight (kg) Special Instructions / Remarks Unit Load Device (ULD) Tags ULDs containing dangerous goods would require a ULD tag (preferably a Dangerous Goods ULD Tag). This Tag must clearly clearly displayed on the exterior an indication of the dangerous goods contained in the ULD. The dangerous goods assigned class and (or) the division number or the three letter IMP code must be indicated in the Contents or Remarks field on the Tag. This Tag must be immediately removed once the package containing the dangerous good has been unloaded from the ULD
    • 156. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 156 Pilot –In-Command (Notification To Captain) The pilot in command must be provided with the loading position information of any special loads and dangerous goods that has been loaded in the aircraft. The document that contains this information is known as the “Notification To Captain” (NOTOC). This document should be presented to the pilot in command before take off. There are 2 Types of NOTOC forms Manual NOTOC form or Electronic NOTOC form.
    • 157. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 157 ilot –In-Command (Notification To Captain) Example of a Manual NOTOC
    • 158. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 158 ilot –In-Command (Notification To Captain) Example of a Electronic Generated NOTOC
    • 159. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 159 The Dangerous Goods Emergency Response Chart must be used when there are leakage from dangerous goods packages. The Immediate Action column contains the necessary information of functions that must be performed to minimize leakage and contact with other cargo. All personnel are required to follow the procedures recommended in the Dangerous Goods Emergency Response Chart.
    • 160. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 160
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    • 162. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 162 Refers to the States and Operators Variation Hidden Dangerous Goods Application Radioactive Material by post see 10.2.2
    • 163. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 163 10.3.1 Definition Radioactive material means any material containing radionuclides where both the activity concentration and the total activity in the consignment exceeds the values specified in 10.3.2 10.3.2 Determining Activity Activity limits for packagings containing radioactivity material are determined by the activity values of Special Form radioactive material and for material which is Other than Special Form The value for Special Form is designated as A1 . The value for Other than Special Form is designated A2.
    • 164. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 164 Definitions Special Form – Special Form radioactive material is either an indispersible solid radioactive material or a sealed capsule containing radioactive material Other Form – Other form radioactive material that does not meet the definition of Special form . LSA – There are 3 types ref 10.3.5 SCO – There are 2 types ref 10.3.6 Fissile – Ref 10.3.7 Low Dispersible Material - Ref 10.3.8
    • 165. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 165 Radioactive materials are grouped according to their forms and/ or characteristics. There are 5 types ; a) Special Form b) Other Form c) Low Specific Activity (LSA) d) Surface Contaminated Objects (SCO) e) Fissile f) Low dispersible material
    • 166. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 166 This table determines the radionuclide activity allowed in per Type A package Table 10.3 A Note A1 – Special Form A2 - Other Form
    • 167. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 167 a) Proper Shipping Name and UN number in Table 10.4A b) The Package Type where indicate is part of the Proper Shipping Name c) The form where indicate is part of the Proper Shipping Name Eg UN 3332 Radioactive Material, Type A Package Special Form Proper Shipping Name
    • 168. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 168 DGR Ref - 10.5.10 Type A Packages Type A Packages must not contain activities greater A1 (is Special Form) or A2 (if not Special Form Radioactive Material). Type A packages must be designed to meet the requirements of 10.6.0, 10.6.1, 10.6.2 to 10.6.4.
    • 169. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 169 Transport Index (TI) Use table 10.5C to determine the Transport Index. Category I White Category II Yellow Category III Yellow
    • 170. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 170 Mandatory Markings i)Proper Shipping Name ii)UN Number of of the substances or article iii) Name and Address of the Shipper and the Consignee Permissible Gross Weight if exceeds 50kg Type A Packages “TYPE A” and VRI code
    • 171. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 171 Class 7 Radioactive Material Category I White RRW Class 7 Radioactive Material Category II Yellow RRY Class 7 Radioactive Material Category III Yellow RRY 10.7.7 Labelling
    • 172. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 172
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    • 180. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 180
    • 181. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 181 Type B (U) UK1735 Seal Type of Package
    • 182. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 182 Shipper Advance Chemical Co. 345 Main Street Reigate Surrey England Consignee ABC Co Ltd 1000 High Street Athens Greece UN 2916 Radioactive Material Type B(U) Package 2x
    • 183. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 183 Shipper Advance Chemical Co. 345 Main Street Reigate Surrey England Consignee ABC Co Ltd 1000 High Street Athens Greece UN 2916 Radioactive Material Type B(U) Package 2x
    • 184. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 184 Shipper Advance Chemical Co. 345 Main Street Reigate Surrey England Consignee ABC Co Ltd 1000 High Street Athens Greece UN 2916 Radioactive Material Type B(U) Package 2x
    • 185. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 185 Shipper Advance Chemical Co. 345 Main Street Reigate Surrey England Consignee ABC Co Ltd 1000 High Street Athens Greece UN 2916 Radioactive Material Type B(U) Package 2x
    • 186. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 186
    • 187. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 187 Separation Distance Of Radioactive Materials From Passengers Radioactive Materials in Category I-White, II-Yellow and III Yellow must not be loaded in the same compartment occupied by passengers or crew. Radioactive Materials must be loaded on the floor of under floor cargo compartments of the aircraft. The Transport Index that is reflect on the hazard labels of radioactive materials packages. Table 9.3 D & Table 9.3E in the Dangerous Goods Regulations provides the minimum separation distant that must be applied when loading radioactive materials in to an aircraft or away from personnel during storage. DGR Ref 9.2 & 9.3
    • 188. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 188 Separation Distance Of Radioactive Materials From Passengers Example - Transport Index 3.0 Minimum Separation Distance Required – 0.70m or 2ft 4ins. DGR Ref 9.2 & 9.3
    • 189. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 189 Separation Distance Of Radioactive Materials From Passengers Separation from another Radioactive Material, the separation must be 3 times the given minimum separation indicated in the Tables 9.3D & 9.3E DGR Ref 9.2 & 9.3
    • 190. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 190 Definition of Dangerous Goods Accident A dangerous goods accident is defined as an occurrence associated with and related to the transport of dangerous goods by air which results in fatal or serious injury to a person or major property or environmental damage. A dangerous goods incident is an occurrence, other than a dangerous good accident associated with and related to the transport of dangerous good by air, not necessarily happening on board an aircraft, which results in injury to a person, property or environmental damage, fire breakage, spillage, leakage of fluid or radiation, or other evidence that the integrity of the packaging has not been maintained. Definition of Dangerous Goods Incident
    • 191. IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Initial Course 54rd DGR Edition 2013 191 Duration Time – 3 hours

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