Miscellaneous products have some kind of hazard that’s not covered by any of the other eight classes, but they’re still dangerous if they spill or leak while they’re being transported.
Class 9 includes materials that are dangerous to humans but aren’t poisonous, like asbestos and dangerous goods that are transported at a high temperature. (Liquids higher than 100 degree or solids higher that 240 degree. Environmentally hazardous substance, liquids, n.o.s., UN 3082, PG III. What does Special Provision 16 mean for this product?
What does CANUTEC stand for? Canadian Union of Technical Support, Central Agency for National Unity in Transport Emergency Controls, or Canadian Transport Emergency Centre. The correct answer is: Canadian Union of Technical Support.
Please keep in mind that dangerous goods have to be described by their: UN number, Shipping name, Class and packing group. Keep in mind that the order of the items is important. The UN number comes first, followed by the shipping name, class, and packing group.
Additional information required for certain types of dangerous goods. Shipments requiring an ERAP (emergency response assistance plan). Radioactive, unauthorized liquefied petroleum gas, inhalation hazard – toxic and a product transported at a high temperature.
Sometimes a driver has to deliver dangerous goods to several locations, so the quantity keeps changing. If so, the driver marks each change on the shipping document. For instance, James delivers fuel to several construction sites and uses one shipping document, adjusting the number of litres after each delivery. Important new requirement; the name of the person who authorizes the shipment to be released must appear after the Certification Statement. This is usually the shipper.
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