What is Dynamical Stability?
A The stability which not static or fix
B The stability requires to brings back the ship
to t...
What is Statical Stability?
A The stability which not static or fix
B The stability requires to brings back the ship to
th...
Regulation 3 - Packaging
• The packaging of dangerous goods shall be:
– Well made and in good condition;
– Of such charact...
Regulation 3 - Packaging
• Where the use of absorbent or cushioning material
is customary in the packaging of liquids in
r...
Regulation 3 – Packaging Cont’d
• Receptacles containing dangerous liquids
shall have ullage at the filling temperatures
s...
Regulation 3 – Packaging Cont’d
• Empty unclean receptacles which have been
used previously for the carriage of dangerous
...
Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and
placarding
• Packages containing dangerous goods
shall be durably marked with the cor...
Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and
placarding
• Packages containing dangerous goods
shall be provided with distinctive l...
Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and
placarding
• The method of marking the correct technical name
and affixing labels or ...
Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and
placarding cont’d
• Packages containing dangerous goods shall be so
marked and labele...
Regulation 5 - Documents
• In all documents relating to the carriage of
dangerous goods by sea where the goods are
named, ...
Regulation 5 - Documents
• The shipping documents prepared by the
shipper shall include, or be accompanied by,
a signed ce...
Regulation 5 - Documents
• Each ship carrying dangerous goods shall
have a special list or manifest setting forth, in
acco...
Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements
» Dangerous goods shall be
stowed safely and appropriately
in accordance with the natu...
Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements
»Explosives (except ammunition) which
present a serious risk shall be stowed in a
maga...
Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements
»Dangerous goods in packaged form
which give off dangerous vapours
shall be stowed in ...
Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements
»In ships carrying flammable liquids or gases,
special precautions shall be taken wher...
Dangerous Goods Documentation
• The underlying principle ;
• Dangerous goods in transport must be accompanied
by physical ...
Dangerous Goods Documentation
• Primary Requirement For Documentation
• To Convey fundamental information relative to haza...
Dangerous Goods Documentation
• Info required on Dangerous Goods Transport
Document
• The UN number preceded by letter “UN...
Info Supplementing the Proper Shipping Name
(PSN)
• Technical Name for “n.o.s”& other Generic Description
• Technical or C...
Info Supplementing the Proper Shipping Name
(PSN)
• Substance offered for transport in Liquid State at a
temp > 100ºC or S...
Info on DG document in addition to
Description
• The total Qty of DG by volume or Mass as
appropriate. Net Explosive mass ...
Info on DG document in addition to
Description
• For salvage packaging the word “ SALVAGE
PACKAGE” shall be included
• Sub...
Additional info for goods of Class 7
• Name & Symbol for each radionuclide
• Description of physical & Chemical form of th...
Info on Transport Document
Regarding Action by Carrier
• Supplementary requirements for loading, stowage,
transport, handl...
DG transport Document Certification
• To certify that a consignment is
acceptable for transport and the goods
are properly...
DG transport Document Certification
• The text for this certification is:
• “ I hereby declare that the contents of this
c...
DG transport Document Certification
• The certification shall be signed by the
shipper/consignor
• Where DG Goods document...
Analysis of Failings of D.Goods
• An analysis of failings and shortcomings of
carrying hazardous materials focussed on
des...
Akademi Laut Malaysia Malaysian Maritime Academy
DWKO/May 003/Y18
1.1
1.2
1.5
1.3
1.6
1.4 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5....
Segregation Table
1.1
1.2
1.5
1.3
1.6
1.4 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 6.1 6.2 7 8 9
Flammable solids 4.1 4 3 2 1 X X...
Segregation : Code 1-Away from:
Effectively segregated so
that incompatible
materials cannot interact
dangerously in the e...
Segregation-Code 2-Separate From
• In different holds when
stowed under deck. Provided
an intervening deck is
resistant to...
Segregation-Code 3-Separated by a complete
compartment from:
• Means by either a vertical
or a horizontal separation.
If t...
Segregation-Code 4-Separate longitudinally by an
intervening complete compartment from:
• Vertical separation alone
does n...
Segregation April 2008/Capt BMS 37
Segregation Of Packaged
Dangerous Goods
Segregation April 2008/Capt BMS 38
Away From
&
Separated From
Segregation April 2008/Capt BMS 39
Separated by complete compartment or hold from
&
Separated longitudinally by an interve...
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  1. 1. What is Dynamical Stability? A The stability which not static or fix B The stability requires to brings back the ship to the initial position C The amount of stability requires to heels the ship D The work done by external forces to incline or heel the ship D The work done by external forces to incline or heel the ship
  2. 2. What is Statical Stability? A The stability which not static or fix B The stability requires to brings back the ship to the initial position C The amount of stability requires to heels the ship D The work done by external forces to incline or heel the ship B The stability requires to brings back the ship to the initial position
  3. 3. Regulation 3 - Packaging • The packaging of dangerous goods shall be: – Well made and in good condition; – Of such character that any interior surface with which the contents may come in contact is not dangerously affected by the substance being conveyed; and – Capable of withstanding the ordinary risks of handling and carriage by sea.
  4. 4. Regulation 3 - Packaging • Where the use of absorbent or cushioning material is customary in the packaging of liquids in receptacles, that material shall be: – Capable of minimizing the dangers to which the liquid may give rise; – So disposed as to prevent movement and ensure that the receptacle remains surrounded; and – Where reasonably possible, of sufficient quantity to absorb the liquid in the event of breakage of the receptacle.
  5. 5. Regulation 3 – Packaging Cont’d • Receptacles containing dangerous liquids shall have ullage at the filling temperatures sufficient to allow for the highest temperatures during the course of normal carriage. • Cylinders or receptacles for gases under pressure shall be adequately constructed, tested, maintained and correctly filled.
  6. 6. Regulation 3 – Packaging Cont’d • Empty unclean receptacles which have been used previously for the carriage of dangerous goods shall be subject to the provisions of this part for filled receptacles, unless adequate measures has been taken to nullify any hazard.
  7. 7. Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and placarding • Packages containing dangerous goods shall be durably marked with the correct technical name; trade names alone shall not be used.
  8. 8. Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and placarding • Packages containing dangerous goods shall be provided with distinctive labels or stencils of the labels, or placards, as appropriate, so as to make clear the dangerous properties of the goods contained therein.
  9. 9. Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and placarding • The method of marking the correct technical name and affixing labels or apply stencils of labels, or of affixing placards on packages containing dangerous goods, shall be such that this information will still be identifiable on packages surviving at least three months’ immersion in the sea. In considering suitable marking, labeling and placarding methods, account shall be taken of the durability of the materials used and of the surface of the package.
  10. 10. Regulation 4 - Marking, labeling and placarding cont’d • Packages containing dangerous goods shall be so marked and labeled except that: – Packages containing dangerous goods of a low degree of hazard or packed in limited quantities; or – When special circumstances permit, packages that are stowed and handled in units that are identified by labels or placards; -may be exempted from labeling requirements
  11. 11. Regulation 5 - Documents • In all documents relating to the carriage of dangerous goods by sea where the goods are named, the correct technical name of the goods shall be used (trade names alone shall not be used) and the correct description give in accordance with the classification set out in regulation 2.
  12. 12. Regulation 5 - Documents • The shipping documents prepared by the shipper shall include, or be accompanied by, a signed certificate or declaration that the shipment offered for carriage is properly packaged and marked, labelled or placarded, as appropriate, and in proper condition for carriage
  13. 13. Regulation 5 - Documents • Each ship carrying dangerous goods shall have a special list or manifest setting forth, in accordance with the classification set out in regulation 2, the dangerous goods on board and the location thereof. A detailed stowage plan which identifies by class and sets out the location of all dangerous goods on board may be used in place of such special list or manifest.
  14. 14. Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements » Dangerous goods shall be stowed safely and appropriately in accordance with the nature of the goods. Incompatible goods shall be segregated from one another.
  15. 15. Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements »Explosives (except ammunition) which present a serious risk shall be stowed in a magazine which shall be kept securely closed while at sea. Such explosives shall be segregated from detonators. Electrical apparatus and cables in any compartment in which explosives are carried shall be so designed and used as to minimize the risk of fire or explosion.
  16. 16. Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements »Dangerous goods in packaged form which give off dangerous vapours shall be stowed in a mechanically ventilated space or on deck. Dangerous good in solid form in bulk which give off dangerous vapours shall be stowed in a well-ventilated space.
  17. 17. Regulation 6 - Stowage requirements »In ships carrying flammable liquids or gases, special precautions shall be taken where necessary against fire or explosion. »Substances which are liable to spontaneous heating or combustion shall not be carried unless adequate precautions have been taken to minimize the likelihood of the outbreak of fire.
  18. 18. Dangerous Goods Documentation • The underlying principle ; • Dangerous goods in transport must be accompanied by physical documentation • It must provide basic information about them. • The documentation is prepared by the Shipper/Consignor prior shipment and transportation. • The documentation must be kept in specific locations while the dangerous goods are in transport • Shipper responsible for preparing and delivering shipping document to the carrier
  19. 19. Dangerous Goods Documentation • Primary Requirement For Documentation • To Convey fundamental information relative to hazards of Goods • Shipper responsible for providing description of Dangerous goods & any additional info if required • Document may be in any Form provided it contains all info required as per the code
  20. 20. Dangerous Goods Documentation • Info required on Dangerous Goods Transport Document • The UN number preceded by letter “UN” • The proper shipping name • Technical Name • The Primary Hazard Class including Hazard Division & Compatibility Group Letter as applicable • Subsidiary Hazard Class or Division Number as per subsidiary risk label • Packaging Group for Substances where assigned
  21. 21. Info Supplementing the Proper Shipping Name (PSN) • Technical Name for “n.o.s”& other Generic Description • Technical or Chemical Group Names • Empty Un-cleaned packaging of Class 7 shall be preceded by word “EMPTY UNCLEANED” • For Waste Dangerous Goods (Other Than Radioactive Wastes) being transported for disposal PSN shall be preceded by the word “WASTE”
  22. 22. Info Supplementing the Proper Shipping Name (PSN) • Substance offered for transport in Liquid State at a temp > 100ºC or Solid State at a temp >240ºC, “MOLTEN” or “ELEVATED TEMPERATURE” should be part of PSN & PSN is preceded by word “HOT”. • Marine Pollutant goods are identified as “MARINE POLLUTANT” • For Dangerous Goods having Flash Point Below 60ºC c.c. The minimum flash point shall be indicated. • Example of DG Description UN1098, ALLYL ALCOHOL, class 6.1,(class 3) PG I, (21°C c.c.)
  23. 23. Info on DG document in addition to Description • The total Qty of DG by volume or Mass as appropriate. Net Explosive mass for Dangerous Goods • Estimated Qty if in salvage packaging • The number & type of Packaging • In case of limited quantity the words “LTD QTY” shall be included
  24. 24. Info on DG document in addition to Description • For salvage packaging the word “ SALVAGE PACKAGE” shall be included • Substances when stabilized by temprature control the word “STABILIZED” shall be indicated • Emergency Temp shall be indicated for self reacting substances of class4.1 • For infectious substances full name of Consignee shall be shown on document
  25. 25. Additional info for goods of Class 7 • Name & Symbol for each radionuclide • Description of physical & Chemical form of the Material • Maximum activity of the radioactive content & mass of fissile material • Category of Package - white/yellow • Transport index • Criticality safety index • Identification mark of competent authority approval certificate • For multiple packages in container detailed statement for contents of each package
  26. 26. Info on Transport Document Regarding Action by Carrier • Supplementary requirements for loading, stowage, transport, handling and unloading of the package • Container including special stowage provisions for dissipation of heat • Restriction on the mode of transport & any routing instructions • Emergency arrangement appropriate to the consignment
  27. 27. DG transport Document Certification • To certify that a consignment is acceptable for transport and the goods are properly packaged marked and labelled, and in proper condition for transport in accordance with the applicable regulations.
  28. 28. DG transport Document Certification • The text for this certification is: • “ I hereby declare that the contents of this consignment are fully and accurately described above by the Proper Shipping Name, and are classified, packaged, marked, and labelled/placarded, and are in all respects in proper condition for transport according to applicable international and national Government Regulations”.
  29. 29. DG transport Document Certification • The certification shall be signed by the shipper/consignor • Where DG Goods documentation is presented in EDP (Electronic Data Processing) or EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) transmission techniques, the signature may be replaced by Name in Capital Letters of Authorized Person to sign
  30. 30. Analysis of Failings of D.Goods • An analysis of failings and shortcomings of carrying hazardous materials focussed on descriptions, certification, labelling, indicated quantities, unauthorised packages, marking of overpacks, distinguishing between hazardous and non-hazardous materials, technical naming and securing and bracing of Dangerous Goods packages
  31. 31. Akademi Laut Malaysia Malaysian Maritime Academy DWKO/May 003/Y18 1.1 1.2 1.5 1.3 1.6 1.4 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 6.1 6.2 7 8 9 Explosives 1.1,1.2,1.5 * * * 4 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 2 4 X Explosives 1.3, 1.6 * * * 4 2 2 4 3 3 4 2 4 2 4 2 2 X Explosives 1.4 * * * 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 X 4 2 2 X Flammable gases 2.1 4 4 2 X X X 2 1 2 X X 2 X 4 2 1 X No Toxic, non flammable gases 2.2 2 2 1 X X X 1 X 1 X X 1 X 2 1 X X Toxic gases 2.3 2 2 1 X X X 2 X 2 X X 2 X 2 1 X X Flammable liquids 3 4 4 2 2 1 2 X X 2 1 2 2 X 3 2 X X Segregation Table • Code 1- “Away From” • Code 2- “Separated from” • Code 2- “Separated by a complete compartment from” • Code 4- “Sepatarated longitudinally by an intervening complete compartment from” • Code X- The segregation, if any, is shown in the D.G. List • Code *- See 7.2.7.2 of this chapter
  32. 32. Segregation Table 1.1 1.2 1.5 1.3 1.6 1.4 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 6.1 6.2 7 8 9 Flammable solids 4.1 4 3 2 1 X X X X 1 X 1 2 X 3 2 1 X Substances liable to spontaneous heating 4.2 4 3 2 2 1 2 2 1 X 1 2 2 1 3 2 1 X Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases 4.3 4 4 2 X X X 1 X 1 X 2 2 X 2 2 1 X Oxidizing substances 5.1 4 4 2 2 X X 2 1 2 2 X 2 1 3 1 2 X Poisonous/toxic substances 6.1 2 2 X X X X X X 1 X 1 1 X 1 X X X Infectious substances 6.2 4 4 4 4 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 X 3 3 X Radio active materials 7 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 X 3 X 2 X Corrosives 8 4 2 2 1 X X X 1 1 1 2 2 X 3 2 X X Miscellaneous dangerous substances 9 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Akademi Laut Malaysia Malaysian Maritime Academy DWKO/May 003/Y14 Code 1- “Away From” Code 2- “Separated from” Code 2- “Separated by a complete compartment from” Code 4- “Sepatarated longitudinally by an intervening complete compartment from” Code X- The segregation, if any, is shown in the D.G. List Code *- See 7.2.7.2 of this chapter
  33. 33. Segregation : Code 1-Away from: Effectively segregated so that incompatible materials cannot interact dangerously in the event of an accident but may be carried in the same compartment or on deck provided a minimum horizontal separation of 3M projected vertically , is obtained . Prohibited storage Area 3m 3m Incompatible package Akademi Laut Malaysia Malaysian Maritime Academy DWKO/May 003/Y14 Prohibited storage Area Prohibited Area
  34. 34. Segregation-Code 2-Separate From • In different holds when stowed under deck. Provided an intervening deck is resistant to fire and liquid, a vertical separation, I.e. in different compartments, may be accepted as equivalent to this segregation. For on deck stowage, this segregation means a separation by a distance of at least 6 metres horizontally. Incompatible package Akademi Laut Malaysia Malaysian Maritime Academy DWKO/May 003/Y15 Deck resistance to fire and liquid
  35. 35. Segregation-Code 3-Separated by a complete compartment from: • Means by either a vertical or a horizontal separation. If the decks are not resistant to fire and liquid, then only a longitudinal separation, I.e. by an intervening complete compartment, is acceptable. For on deck stowage, this segregation means a separation by a distance of at least 6 metres horizontally. Incompatible package Akademi Laut Malaysia Malaysian Maritime Academy DWKO/May 003/Y16 12 m Deck resistance to fire and liquid
  36. 36. Segregation-Code 4-Separate longitudinally by an intervening complete compartment from: • Vertical separation alone does not meet this requirements. Between a package under deck & on deck, a minimum distance of 24 m, including a complete compartment, must be maintained longitudinally. For on deck stowage, this segregation means a separation by a distance of at least 24 m longitudinally. Incompatible package Akademi Laut Malaysia Malaysian Maritime Academy 24 m, include intervening compartment DWKO/May 003/Y14
  37. 37. Segregation April 2008/Capt BMS 37 Segregation Of Packaged Dangerous Goods
  38. 38. Segregation April 2008/Capt BMS 38 Away From & Separated From
  39. 39. Segregation April 2008/Capt BMS 39 Separated by complete compartment or hold from & Separated longitudinally by an intervening complete compartment or hold from
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