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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(84)

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8.1.3.2 Proper shipping names that have the “” symbol in the List of Dangerous Goods (Subsection 4.2) must be supplemented with their technical or chemical group name as described in 4.1.2.1(d).
8.1.3.3 The qualifying word “mixture” or “solution” must be added to the proper shipping name of the listed substance when a mixture or solution contains a sub-stance listed by name in the List of Dangerous Goods with one or more non-dangerous goods. When a mixture or solution contains two or more dangerous goods, whether listed or not, the qualifying word “mixture” or “solution”, as applicable, should be added to the technical names shown in parentheses.
8.1.3.4 When waste dangerous goods (other than radio-active wastes) are being transported for disposal or for processing for disposal, the proper shipping name must be preceded by the word “WASTE” unless this is already part of the proper shipping name.
8.1.3.5 Proper shipping names may appear in the singu-lar or plural, as appropriate. In addition, when qualifying words are used as part of the proper shipping name, their sequence on documentation or package marking is optional. For instance, UN 1169 “Extracts, aromatic, liquid” may optionally be shown as “Aromatic extracts, liquid”. However, the entry in Column B of the List of Dangerous Goods is the preferred sequence. Alternative spelling, reflecting common usage around the world, is acceptable for words such as “caesium” for “cesium”, “sulfur” for “sulphur”, “aluminum” for “aluminium”, etc. However, the spelling appearing in the List of Dangerous Goods (Subsection 4.2) is preferred.
8.1.3.6 When a substance, which is implicitly a solid according to the definition of “liquid” in Appendix A, is offered for air transport in the molten state, the word “molten” must be added to the proper shipping name shown in the List of Dangerous Goods, unless it is already included. An example of such a proper shipping name would be “Alkylphenol, solid, n.o.s., molten”.
8.1.3.7 When not specifically listed, hydrates may be transported under the proper shipping name for the anhydrous substance, as appropriate.
8.1.3.8 Before a person offers any salvage packaging for transport by air, he must ensure that the words “SALVAGE PACKAGE” are added after the basic danger-ous goods description on the Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods.
8.1.3.9 Except for self-reactive substances and organic peroxides and unless it is already included in boldface characters in the name indicated in Column B in the List of Dangerous Goods, the word “stabilized” must be added as part of the proper shipping name of a substance which without stabilization would be forbidden for trans-port in accordance with 2.1.1 due to it being liable to react dangerously under conditions normally encountered in transport (e.g. Toxic liquid, organic, n.o.s., stabilized).
8.1.4 Other Requirements
8.1.4.1 Signature
8.1.4.1.1 The declaration form must be signed and dated by the shipper or a designated representative as described below. Facsimile signatures are acceptable where applicable laws and regulations recognize the legal validity of facsimile signatures. A typewritten signature is not acceptable. It is acceptable for persons or organis-ations (including consolidators, freight forwarders and IATA cargo agents) employed by the shipper to act on 8.1 their behalf to undertake the shipper's responsibilities in the preparation of the consignment and trained as required by Subsection 1.5 to sign the Shipper's Declar-ation for Dangerous Goods.
8.1.4.1.2 If the Shipper's Declaration information is presented to the operator by means of EDP or EDI transmission techniques, the signature(s) may be elec-tronic signature(s) or may be replaced by the name(s) (in capitals) of the person authorized to sign. Where the original consignment is transhipped to an operator that requires a paper document, the operator must ensure that document produced is the “Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods” in the format and design shown in Figure 8.1.A or Figure 8.1.B. The Shipper's Declaration must indicate “Original Received Electronically” in associ-ation with the signature and the name of the signatory must be shown in capital letters.
8.1.4.2 Additional Approval or Endorsement
The operator reserves the right to require the shipper to have the “Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods” confirmed or endorsed by an authority nominated by the operator.
8.1.4.3 Goods not Classified as Dangerous Goods
The operator may require the shipper to certify that a shipment does not contain dangerous goods if the ship-per states that they are not so classified. In such a case, the operator may also require the shipper to have the certification confirmed or endorsed by an authority nomi-nated by the operator.
8.1.4.4 Part Shipments
Where it is necessary for a multi-piece shipment to be carried in more than one lot, on more than one aircraft, the first operator must obtain from the shipper, or provide, a copy of the “Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods” for each part of the shipment to be carried on each aircraft.
Note:
It is acceptable for a photocopy of the original Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods to accompany each part shipment.
8.1.5 General Instructions for Completing the Declaration Form
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: D008, FX12/18, QY08
8.1.5.1 The “Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods” form must be completed strictly in accordance with the following instructions. Entries in the boxes for AIR WAYBILL NUMBER, AIRPORT OF DEPARTURE and AIRPORT OF DESTINATION may be inserted or amended either by the shipper, his agent, or by the
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accepting operator, but all other details must only be entered by the shipper, or persons or organizations employed by the shipper to act on their behalf to undertake the shipper's responsibilities.
 
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