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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(74)

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6.8.2.1.1. It must be durable, legible and placed in a name or symbol of the manufacturer and other identifi-location so as to be readily visible when the inner cation of the IBC as specified by the appropriate national receptacle is placed in the outer casing. authority (6.8.2.1.1(f)).
6.8
The date of the manufacture of the plastic inner recep-tacle may alternatively be marked on the inner receptacle 6.8.3 Construction, Testing,
adjacent to the remainder of the marking. An example of Certification, Inspection and Specific
an appropriate marking method is shown in Figure 6.8.F.
Requirements for IBCs
FIGURE 6.8.F  All of the requirements applicable to the construction, testing, certification, inspection and specific requirements
Example of IBC Inner Receptacle Marking to
applicable to IBC types are set out in 6.5.3 to 6.5.6 of the
Identify Date of Manufacture (6.8.2.2.4)
UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (Model Regulations).
SECTION 7—MARKING AND LABELLING
7.0 General
7.0.1 Shipper's General Responsibility
The shipper is responsible for all necessary marking and labelling of each package of dangerous goods, and each overpack containing dangerous goods, in compliance with these Regulations. Each package must be of such a size that there is adequate space to affix all required markings and labels (see 5.0.2.13.4).
7.1 Marking
7.1.1 Shipper's Specific Responsibilities
For each such package and overpack requiring marking, the shipper must:
(a)check that any relevant marking on the package or overpack already on the package is in the correct location and meets the quality and specification requirements of the Regulations;
(b)remove or obliterate any irrelevant marking already on the package or overpack;
(c)ensure that each outer or single packaging used for dangerous goods, for which specification packaging is required in Section 5, bears the specification markings as specified in 6.0.4;
(d)apply any appropriate new marking in the correct location, and ensure that it is of durable quality and correct specification;
(e)ensure that his responsibilities for marking are com-pletely fulfilled when the package or overpack is presented to the operator for shipment.
7.1.2 Types of Marking
Markings for packages are of two types and must meet the relevant requirements of 7.1.2.1 to 7.1.2.3.
7.1.2.1 Markings which identify the design or specifi-cation of a packaging, irrespective of its use for a particular shipment, i.e. irrespective of contents, con-signor, consignee, etc., must meet the relevant require-ments for Specification Packaging Marking in 6.0.4 to
6.0.6.
These markings are normally applied by the pack-aging manufacturer, but are still ultimately the responsi-bility of the shipper.
7.1.2.2
Packaging specification markings are not required for Limited Quantity packagings.
7.1.2.3 Markings, which identify the use of a particular packaging for a particular shipment, e.g. indication of contents, consignor, consignee, etc., must meet the relevant requirements for Packaging Use Marking
in 7.1.5. The application of these markings is solely the responsibility of the shipper.
7.1.3 Quality and Specification of Markings
STATE VARIATIONS: BNG01, BRG06, DQG04, ESG01, HKG02, MYG06, PKG01, RUG01, USG01, VCG05, VUG01
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: EI02, FX11/19
7.1.3.1 General
All markings must be so placed on the packages or overpacks that they are not covered or obscured by any part of or attachment to the packaging or any other label or marking. The required markings must not be located with other package markings that could substantially reduce their effectiveness.
7.1.3.2 Quality
All markings must be:
(a)durable and printed or otherwise marked on, or affixed to, the external surface of the package or overpack;
(b)readily visible and legible;
(c)able to withstand open weather exposure without a substantial reduction in effectiveness; and
(d)displayed on a background of contrasting colour.
7.1.3.3 Language
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: IR03, PX01
English must be used in addition to the language, which may be required by the State of origin.
7.1.4 Markings for Overpacks
7.1.4.1 Unless all markings representative of all danger-ous goods in the overpack are clearly visible, the over-pack must be marked with:
●the word “overpack”;
●the required markings of 7.1.5.1(a), (b), (e) through (i);
●the required markings of 7.1.5.4;
●the required markings of 7.1.6.1, 7.1.6.2 and 7.1.6.3;
●any special handling instructions appearing on pack-
ages inside the overpack. Package specification marking must not be reproduced on the overpack as the word “Overpack” indicates that packages contained within, comply with the prescribed specifications. When packages containing dangerous goods in limited quantities are placed in an overpack, the outside of the overpack must also be marked with the
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limited quantity marking shown in Figure 7.1.A unless the limited quantity marking on the packages is visible. For an overpack containing packages of radioactive material, see 10.7.1.4.
7.1.4.2 When a consignment consists of more than one overpack, to facilitate identification, loading and notifi-cation, the operator requires each overpack to show an identification mark (which may be in any alpha-numeric format) and the total quantity of dangerous goods, as indicated on the Shipper's Declaration.
Note:
Where an overpack contains more than one UN number, the total quantity of dangerous goods should be shown by UN number.
7.1.5 Packaging Use Marking (Packages and Salvage Packagings)
STATE VARIATIONS: SAG06, USG02/04/05/07
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: 4C06, 4M06, 9W05, AA04,
AC03, BA02, EI03, EY06, KQ05, KZ08, L706,
 
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