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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(133)

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10.7.4.1.1 All labels must be securely affixed or printed on the packaging so that they are readily visible, legible and not covered or obscured by any part of the packaging or by any other label or marking.
10.7.4.1.2 Each label must be affixed or printed on a background of contrasting colour or must have a dotted or solid line outer boundary.
10.7.4.1.3 Labels must not be folded or affixed in such a manner that parts of the same label appear on different faces of the package.
10.7.4.1.4 If the package is of such an irregular shape that a label cannot be attached or printed on a surface, it is acceptable to attach the label(s) to the package by means of strong tag(s).
10.7.4.1.5 The package must be of such a size that 10.7.4.4.3 Radioactive Material Excepted there is adequate space to affix all required labels. Package Label
Note: 10.7.4.4.3.1 Excepted packages of radioactive material See 9.3.7 for the replacement of labels during transport. must be labelled with the “Radioactive Material, Excepted
Package” handling label (see Figure 10.7.8.A). This label
10.7.4.2  Label Location must conform in shape, colour, format and text to the specimen reproduced in Figure 10.7.8.A. The label must
10.7.4.2.1 When the package dimensions are adequate, be affixed or printed on the package on a contrasting one set of labels (10.7.4.3.1) must be located on the background. If the package is included in an overpack, same surface of the package near the proper shipping this label must be clearly visible or be reproduced on the name marking.
overpack.
10.7.4.2.2 Labels should be affixed adjacent to the
Note:
shipper's or consignee's address appearing on the
The “Radioactive Material, Excepted Package” label is not
package.
required on a package when Special Provision A130
10.7.4.2.3 Subsidiary hazard labels, when applicable, paragraph (b) is applied. must be affixed adjacent to the primary hazard labels.
10.7.4.4.3.2 If required, the wording in English may be
10.7.4.2.4 When a “Cargo Aircraft Only” handling label supplemented by an accurate translation in another (see Figure 7.4.B) is required, it must be affixed on the language. Alternatively, a second label in a different same surface of the package near the hazard label(s). language may be affixed.
10.7.4.2.5 Unless the package dimensions are inad-Note: equate hazard labels must be affixed at an angle of 45° The text “The information for this package need (diamond shaped). not appear on the Notification to Captain (NOTOC)” is
optional and does not have to appear on the label.
10.7.4.3 Number of Labels
10.7.4.4.3.3 The border of the label must have red
10.7.4.3.1 The Radioactive Material label together with diagonal hatchings. The label may be printed in black and any subsidiary risk label(s), the Criticality Safety Index red on white paper or it may be printed in red only on
label (if applicable) and the “Cargo Aircraft Only” label (if white paper. applicable) must be affixed to two opposite sides of the
10.7.4.4.3.4 The label may contain identification infor-package.
mation, including the name of its printer, provided that the
10.7.4.3.2 For a freight container, the labels must be information is printed outside the border and is no larger affixed to all four sides of the container. than 10 point type.
10.7.4.3.3 For a cylindrical package, two sets of labels
10.7.5 Placarding Large Freight
must be affixed opposite each other such that they are centred on opposite points of the circumference. Containers
10.7.4.3.4 On very small packages including cylinders, Large freight containers containing radioactive material, where the two sets of labels would overlap, only one label other than excepted packages must bear four placards
is required, provided it does not overlap itself.  conforming to 10.7.7.5 in addition to the required labels. The placards must be affixed in a vertical orientation to
10.7
10.7.4.3.5 If a rigid overpack is used, two sets of labels, each side wall and each end wall of the freight container.
affixed to opposite sides of the overpack must be used.
Any placards which do not relate to the contents of the
10.7.4.3.6 If a non-rigid overpack is used, at least one freight container must be removed. As an alternative to set of labels must be affixed to a durable tag secured to the use of both labels and placards, enlarged radioactive the overpack. material labels conforming to 10.7.7.1 to 10.7.7.3, and
where appropriate 10.7.7.4, may be used providing they
10.7.4.4 Handling Labels  have the minimum dimensions shown in 10.7.7.5.
10.7.4.4.1 Cargo Aircraft Only Label  10.7.6 Labels of Other Regulations
This label must always be used on Type B(M) packages Labels required by other international or national transport of radioactive materials and on freight containers contain-regulations are permitted in addition to labels required by ing such Type B(M) packages. these Regulations provided that they cannot be confused with or conflict with any labels prescribed by these
10.7.4.4.2 Package Orientation Label  Regulations because of their colour, design or shape.
A package orientation “This Way Up” label (see Figure 7.4.D and Figure 7.4.E) is not necessary on a package containing radioactive material, in liquid form.
10.7.7 Class 7 Label Specifications 10.7.7.2 Category II–Yellow
STATE VARIATIONS: PKG02, VCG06, VUG05
10.7.7.1 Category I–White
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: JW01, KC07, PX02, QF01 STATE VARIATIONS: PKG02, VCG06, VUG05
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: JW01, KC07, PX02, QF01 FIGURE 10.7.7.B Category II–Yellow FIGURE 10.7.7.A Category I–White
Name: Radioactive Cargo Imp Code: RRYMinimum dimensions: 100 × 100 mm
 
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