Air (ICAO / IATA) Requirements Documentation: The master air waybill does not need a statement. A dangerous goods declaration is not required General Packaging Requirements: Packages must meet requirements in section 22.214.171.124.1, 126.96.36.199.1.1 and 188.8.131.52 Marking and Labeling Requirements: Not applicable For air shipments that contain either UN3082 or UN3077 there is an exemption in the 60th edition IATA DGR (Dangerous Goods Regulations). The exemption under IATA special provisi
Lithium batteries are used in a wide range of applications. Here is an example of an electric bike also referred to as an E-bike. These bikes are pedaled like a regular bicycle, but also incorporate a small motor that is powered by a lithium ion battery. The classification for these e bikes is UN3171, Battery-powered vehicle, class 9. When shipping these types of bicycles are mentioned under IATA special provision A214 stating " UN 3171 only applies to vehicles powered by w
Air (ICAO/IATA) Requirements Documentation: The words “Not Restricted” and the Special Provision number (A123) must be included in the description of the substance on the Air Waybill as required by 8.2.6, when an Air Waybill is issued. Definition BATTERIES, DRY Sealed, non-vented batteries of the type used in flashlights or for the operation of small apparatus. They contain zinc salts and other solids, or may be of the nickel cadmium type or other combinations of metals. Such
UN2800 Batteries, wet, non-spillable Air (ICAO / IATA) Requirements Documentation: The master air waybill must include the words "Not Restricted" and the special provision number "A67" General Packaging Requirements: Packages must meet requirements in section 5.0.2 as well as packing instruction 872 Marking and Labeling Requirements: The battery and outer packaging must be plainly and durably marked “NON-SPILLABLE” or “NON-SPILLABLE BATTERY.” The requirement to mark the outer
Shipments of refrigerating machines transported by air or ocean transport in some cases may be exempt from requirements under IATA DGR and IMDG code. Air Exemption According to IATA dangerous goods regulations 59th edition there is a listed special provision that allows for some refrigerating machines to be shipped without the issuance of a dangerous goods declaration. This exemption also negates the need to mark and label as would a fully regulated shipment would be require
Segregation for Lithium Batteries The new edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) has introduced segregation provisions for certain packages containing lithium batteries. This has been a result of our better understanding of the risks posed by one of the most common dangerous goods that are shipped worldwide. While some of these provisions will come into effect immediately together with the rest of the new provisions on January 1st, 2018, for others a transition
Newsletter September 2017 DGM Software Development Group Latest news Recently, DGOffice was updated and includes the following changes: - Several translation updates are implemented - Road: Russian ADR language is added to Belarus ADR documents - Data validation for several web services is updated - SDS: Russia is added as new country (GHS) New 3rd party option available: UPS road shipments for 49CFR Create shipping labels with DGOffice, according to the UPS standards for 49C
DANGEROUS GOODS PANEL (DGP) TWENTY-SECOND MEETING Montréal, 5 to 16 October 2009 Agenda Item 6: Other business REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORT OF OXYGEN, OXYGEN GENERATORS, AND OXIDIZING GASES (Presented by R. Richard) SUMMARY This paper updates the DGP on the implementation of changes to the requirements for the transport of oxygen, oxygen generators, and oxidizing gases when transported to, from, or within the United States. The Panel is invited to share this information with af
24 Hour Emergency Response Number For dangerous goods shipments in most cases a 24-hour emergency number is required. The following citation contains the information for this requirement under CFR49. In the IATA DGR this is cited as USG-12. IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Section 2.8.2 List of State Variations USG-12 On shipments to, from, within or transiting through the US, emergency response information as described below must be provided for all dangerous goods other t
UN tested packaging is required to be embossed with UN specification markings which indicate to the user of the packaging important information about the package. The UN specification mark in conjunction with the closure packaging instructions provided by the manufacturer and distributor indicate the proper assemble, use and limitations of the package.
Below are examples of UN specification marks and what the coding indicates.
Fibreboard Box 4GV/X39/S/15/USA/+AAAAA 4- Bo
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Lithium Batteries as Cargo in 2016 Update III Additional Changes for Lithium Ion Batteries On 22 February the ICAO Council adopted the recommendation of the ICAO Air Navigation Commission (ANC) that lithium ion batteries, UN 3480, Packing Instruction 965 only, be forbidden, on an interim basis, as cargo on passenger aircraft. The prohibition does not apply to lithium ion batteries packed with equipment or lithium ion batteries contained in equipment, UN 3481, Packing Instruct