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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(83)

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A4: 297 × 210 mm (11. × 8. in);  KZ05, LH02, ME02, MH05, MU02, OM06, OU14,
●  North American equivalents are: PX03, RJ02, SK07, SV03, SW03, TK03, UX03, VN12

Ledger: 11 × 17 in (280 × 430 mm);
–Letter: 11 × 8. in (280 × 215 mm). 8.1.2.4.1 For the purpose of these Regulations, a con-solidation or consolidated shipment is a consignment of multi-packages which has been originated by more than
8.1.2 General Principles for
one person, each of whom has made an agreement for Completion of Declaration Form carriage by air with another person other than a sched-uled air carrier.
8.1.2.1 Language
8.1.2.4.2 In the case of a consolidated shipment, a The declaration form must be completed in the English separate declaration form must be presented to the language. The wording in English may be accompanied accepting operator for each component consignment
by an accurate translation in another language.  containing dangerous goods.
8.1.2.4.3 The declaration forms for these component
8.1.2.2 Information Required
consignments must accompany the consolidated ship-
8.1.2.2.1 The specific information to be provided in each ment. At the airport of destination of the consolidated box of the declaration form is itemized in 8.1.6. In addition shipment, the delivering operator will hand a copy of each to the provisions of this Section, other elements of declaration form to the de-consolidator (break-bulk information may be required by the appropriate national agent). authority for certain modes of transport (e.g. flash point or
Note:
flash point range in °C).
When offering a deconsolidated shipment for further air
8.1.2.2.2 A declaration form containing information not transportation, at least two copies of the Shipper's Declar-relevant to the particular dangerous goods shipment, or to ation for Dangerous Goods must be presented to the next the dangerous goods contained in the shipment, is not accepting operator. acceptable. If both dangerous and non-dangerous goods
8.1
are listed on the declaration form, the dangerous goods 8.1.2.5 Multi-page Declarations
must be listed first, or be otherwise emphasized.
8.1.2.5.1 If the declaration form does not contain suf-ficient space in the “Nature and Quantity of Dangerous
8.1.2.3 Number of Copies
Goods” box to accommodate all the required entries and OPERATOR VARIATIONS: 5X05, AC01, FX14, KE03 information, additional pages in the form of an extension list (which must have vertical red hatchings) may be used.
8.1.2.3.1 Where a paper document is used, the shipper In such a case, each page of its extension list must show: must provide two copies of the declaration form com-(a) a page number and the total number of pages;
pleted and signed, with signature as specified in 8.1.4.1,
for presentation to the operator with the shipment. One (b) the Air Waybill number.
signed copy must be retained by the accepting operator.
8.1.2.5.2 Where multiple Shipper's Declaration Forms The other signed copy must be forwarded with the are used, the aircraft limitation and shipment type must shipment to its destination. One of the two copies, be the same for all pages.
including the signature thereon, may be a carbon copy
(see 8.1.4.1). Note:
The extension lists are not required to have a signature.
Note:
Only the initial operator is required to retain a(n original)
8.1.2.6 Alterations and Amendments
copy of the Shipper's Declaration. A photocopy of the original Shipper's Declaration is acceptable to be held on 8.1.2.6.1 The operator will not accept a declaration form file when a consignment is transhipped. that has been altered or amended, unless the alteration
or amendment to an entry has been signed by the shipper 8.1.2.3.2 Where the Shipper's Declaration information is with the same signature used to sign the document.
provided by EDP or EDI techniques the data must be able Alteration of the “Air Waybill Number”, the “Airport of to be produced as a paper document without delay, with Departure” and the “Airport of Destination” are excepted the data in the sequence required by this Section.
from this provision.
Note:
8.1.2.6.2 An entry inserted in different handwriting or
The purpose of this requirement is to facilitate
different printing or in a combination of handwriting and
surveillance/audit and/or incident/accident investigation
printing is not considered to be an alteration or amend-
by the appropriate national authority. In this case the
ment.
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8.1.3 Proper Shipping Name
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: 7H02, 9W06, AA02, AS07, AV03, BA04, C802, CV02, DL02, FX04/05, JU01, ME06, UX08
8.1.3.1 Each article or substance offered for transpor-tation must be declared by its “Proper Shipping Name”. The proper shipping name is considered to be that portion of the entry most accurately describing the goods in the List of Dangerous Goods (see Subsection 4.2) and is shown in bold characters. The proper shipping name in the dangerous goods description must be supplemented as set out in 8.1.3.1 to 8.1.3.9, as applicable.
Notes:
1.Additional descriptive text shown in light characters in the List of Dangerous Goods (see Subsection 4.2) is not part of the proper shipping name but may be used in addition to the proper shipping name.
2.For explosives of Class 1, the proper shipping name may be supplemented by additional descriptive text to indicate commercial or military names.
3.Minor discrepancies, such as the omission of dots and commas in the proper shipping name appearing on the Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods or on the package markings are not considered as errors if they do not compromise safety.
 
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