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Dangerous Goods Training- awareness

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Dangerous Goods Training- awareness

  1. 1. DANGEROUS GOODS REGULATIONS BY MOUAFAK BRIGHECH What are Dangerous Goods?
  2. 2. Definitions  IATA: International Air Transportation Association  ICAO: International Civil Aviation Organization  FIATA: International Federation of Freight Forwarders Association  DGR: Dangerous Goods Regulations
  3. 3. Definitions  OVERPACK: An enclosure such as a box or bag which is used by a single consignor to contain one or more packages in one handling unit for convenience of handling, stowage and carriage  HANDLING: means loading, unloading, packaging or unpacking dangerous goods for the purposes of (transportation, and storing)
  4. 4. Definitions  CONSIGNOR = (Shipper)  CARRIER = (Airline)  CONSIGNEE = (Receiver)  CONSIGNMENT = The package of goods being transported
  5. 5. examples of Dangerous Goods Gasoline Bleaches Aerosols
  6. 6. examples of Dangerous Goods Lithium batteries Wet batteries Dry Ice
  7. 7. Dangerous Goods Check Packaging Inner Packing Outer Packing Labels Marking Overpack DG Check List Paperwork MSDS C/O & C/I & P/L SLI AWB DGD NOTOC
  8. 8. Dangerous Goods Check  the Packaging must meets the safety standards
  9. 9. Dangerous Goods Check UN specification marking.
  10. 10. Shipper’s Responsibilities Shipper’s Responsibilities Compliance Documented marked/ labeled PackagedIdentified Classified Training
  11. 11. Operator’s Responsibilities Operator’s Responsibilities Acceptance Inspection POI/ ERAP Retention of RecordsTraining Reporting Loading/ Storage
  12. 12. IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations The manual DGR is based on :  The requirements of Annex 18 to the Chicago Convention 1944, and  the ICAO Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air
  13. 13. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  The NINE HAZARD CLASSES are assigned according to the TYPE OF DANGER they present.  Packing Groups assigned according to the Degree of DANGER within a class/division.
  14. 14. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 1 – Explosives Division 1.1, Dynamite ‫ديناميت‬ 1.2, Flares ‫مشاعل‬ 1.3, Display Fireworks ‫النارية‬ ‫األلعاب‬ 1.4, Ammunition ‫الذخيرة‬ 1.5, 1.6 Explosive Devices ‫المتفجرة‬ ‫األجهزة‬
  15. 15. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 2 – Gases  Division 2.1 – Flammable Gas Propane ‫البروبان‬  Division 2.2 – Non – flammable, Non -toxic gas Helium ‫الهيليوم‬  Division 2.3 – Toxic Gas Fluorine, Compressed ،‫فلور‬ ‫مضغوط‬
  16. 16. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 3- Flammable Liquids  Class 3 has NO divisions ,…..example: Gasoline ‫البنزين‬
  17. 17. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 4 – ; Division 4.1 – Flammable Solids Ammonium Picrate, wetted  Division 4.2 – Substances Liable to Spontaneous Combustion White Phosphorus ‫الفوسفور‬‫األبيض‬  Division 4.3 – Substances Which, in Contact with Water , Emit Flammable Gases Sodium ‫الصوديوم‬
  18. 18. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 5 – Oxidizing substances and Organic peroxides Division 5.1 – Oxidizer Ammonium Nitrate ‫األمونيوم‬ ‫نترات‬  Division 5.2 – Organic Peroxide
  19. 19. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 6 – Toxic and Infectious Substances Division 6.1 – Toxic Substances Potassium Cyanide ‫سيانيد‬ ‫البوتاسيوم‬ Division 6.2 – Infectious Substances Anthrax Virus ‫فيروس‬ ‫الخبيثة‬ ‫الجمرة‬
  20. 20. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 7 – Radioactive Material Uranium ‫اليورانيوم‬ – Low level radiation (I) – Medium level radiation (II) – High level radiation (III) - Fissile Material
  21. 21. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 8 – Corrosives  Class 8 has NO divisions ,…..example: Battery Fluid ‫البطارية‬ ‫سائل‬
  22. 22. CLASSIFICATION & IDENTIFICATION  Class 9 – Miscellaneous dangerous goods  RMD are articles and substances which during air transport present a danger not covered by the other classes. ,…..example: Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB) ‫الكلور‬ ‫متعدد‬ ‫الفينيل‬ ‫ثنائي‬
  23. 23. Handling Labels Handling labels are providing us with more information on how to handle a package containing dangerous goods. These handling labels may be used either alone or in combination with the hazard labels.
  24. 24. Documentation / Air waybill  The Air Waybill (AWB) should mention the inclusion of DGD.
  25. 25. Documentation / DGD  Shipper’s Declaration for dangerous Goods or (DGD).  Two fully completed and originally signed paper copies of this DGD
  26. 26. Dangerous Goods Carried by Passengers and Crew There are goods may be permitted to be carried by passengers and crew either on:  The person pocket,  The checked baggage or  The carry-on baggage, (always in controlled quantities).
  27. 27. List Of Dangerous Goods Subsec. 4.2 Contains 3000 Articles and Substance to be shipped by Air
  28. 28. Packing Groups  Packing Group I – high danger  Packing Group II – medium danger  Packing Group III – low danger
  29. 29. Methods of Packing  There are two methods of packing dangerous goods:  Single Packagings  Combination Packagings
  30. 30. *Combination Packagings Combination packaging = (inner) + (Outer)
  31. 31. *Single Packaging Single packagings are:  Packagings which do not require any inner packagings in order to perform their containment function during transport.
  32. 32. Overpacks  Combination and/or Single packagings may be enclosed to form a single handling unit, called an overpack.
  33. 33. UN Codes for Type of Packaging  Types of Packaging: 1 — Drums/Pails 2 — Barrels 3 — Jerricans 4 — Box 5 — Bag 6 — Composite packaging
  34. 34. UN Codes for Type of Packaging  Materials of Construction A — Steel B — Aluminum C — Natural wood D — Plywood F — Reconstituted wood G — Fiberboard H — Plastic material L — Textile M — Paper, multi-wall N — Metal (other than steel or aluminum) P — Glass, porcelain or stoneware (not used in these regulations)
  35. 35. Types of Markings
  36. 36. Labelling - Types  There are two types of labels: Hazard Label Handling Label
  37. 37. Labelling - kinds  Two kinds of Hazards labels: Hazard Label Hazard Placards
  38. 38. 2-Hazard Label & PLACARDs: .
  39. 39. Examples of Marking and Labelling
  40. 40. Dangerous Goods Regulations

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