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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(88)

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Declaration.
8.1.6.10 Completion of “Nature and
8.1.6.11.4 Infectious Substances
Quantity of Dangerous Goods” Box and Controlled Substances
When completing the “Nature and Quantity of Dangerous
The name and telephone number of a responsible person Goods” box, each sequence of information must be must be included on the Shipper's Declaration for infec-clearly separated or identified.
tious substances in Category A (UN 2814 and UN 2900)
(a) for the computerized form, the sequences as detailed and for substances when a national law or international
in 8.1.6.9 must be indicated:  convention prohibits the disclosure of the technical name following a “n.o.s.” proper shipping name.
●  either by using two oblique strokes as a separ-ator between the sequences; or
8.1.6.11.5 Firework Classification Reference
●  by putting each sequence on a separate line;
(b)for the manually completed form, the information When fireworks of UN 0336 or UN 0337 are transported, must be entered in sequence and should be within the Shipper’s Declaration must include a classification the columns provided; reference(s) issued by the appropriate national authority.
(c)
information within a sequence must be separated by The classification reference(s) must consist of the appro-
commas.  priate national authority’s State, indicated by the dis-tinguishing sign for motor vehicles in international traffic (VRI Code), the appropriate national authority identifi-8.1.7 Specimens of Shipper's cation and a unique serial reference. Examples of such
Declaration
classification references are: GB/HSE123456 Two specimens are shown on the following pages. The first specimen is designed for computerized completion,
D/BAM1234 the second for manual completion. Both forms may be USA EX20091234 completed either manually or mechanically.
8.1.6.12 Certification Statement
8.1.8 Diagrammatic Instructions
8.1.6.12.1 The declaration must contain a certification or Following the two specimen forms are two sample forms declaration statement that ensures the consignment is showing diagrammatically where to insert the information acceptable for transport and has been properly prepared required in 8.1.6. The numbers shown correspond to the in accordance with the Regulations, including additional subparagraphs of 8.1.6.
air transport requirements. Examples of these require-ments are indicated in 1.3.2. The text for the certification
statement is:  8.1.9 Examples of Completed Declaration Forms
“I hereby declare that the contents of this consignment
are fully and accurately described above by the proper Examples of completion of the Shipper's Declaration for
shipping name, and are classified, packaged, marked Dangerous Goods, or parts thereof, are shown on the
and labelled/placarded, and are in all respects in pages following the forms referred to in 8.1.7 and 8.1.8.
proper condition for transport according to applicable The examples illustrate:
international and national governmental regulations.”
A—a non-radioactive shipment: for computerized
8.1.6.12.2 For air transport the following additional completion. It shows both methods outlined in statement is required: 8.1.6.10.
“I declare that all of the applicable air transport require- Note:
ments have been met.”  Example 1, this shows the alternative methods of computer input of the nature and quantity of danger-ous goods (8.1.6.10). This also applies when several
8.1.6.13 Name and Title of Signatory
pages are used.
Enter the name and title of the person signing the B—a non-radioactive shipment: for manual com-declaration. This information may be printed or stamped.
pletion.
8.1 Note: Note:
The title of the person or the name of the department Examples 1 & 2, the “Passenger and Cargo Aircraft” he/she is employed with, are both acceptable.
box was deleted since the consignment could only be carried on a cargo aircraft as Packing Instruction 876
8.1.6.14  Place and Date was used for UN 1816 and Packing Instruction 459 for UN 3226 respectively.
Enter the place and date of signing the declaration form.
The mandatory statement for self-reactive sub-
Note:
stances of Division 4.1 is shown (8.1.6.11.1).
The preferred format for indicating the date is It illustrates how two different dangerous goods YYYY-MM-DD. Other formats, such as DD/MM/YYYY, having the same proper shipping name, hazard class DD.MM.YYYY, DD/MMM/YYYY or written out completely, and UN number may be listed (Paint).
are acceptable provided they cannot be misunderstood. It shows the plural of a proper shipping name which
8.1.6.15  Signature is acceptable (8.1.3.4). It shows an example of an entry for Chemical kits.
See 8.1.4.1 for the signature requirements for the
This also applies when several pages are used.
Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods.
Examples 3 to 10, These examples show, for various different types of non-radioactive shipments, how the information required in the “Nature and Quantity of Dangerous Goods” box should be shown.
FIGURE 8.1.A
Shipper's Declaration Specimen Designed for Computerized Completion
FIGURE 8.1.B
Shipper's Declaration Specimen Designed for Manual Completion
FIGURE 8.1.C
Shipper's Declaration Completion for a Computerized Form
FIGURE 8.1.D
Shipper's Declaration Completion for a Manual Form
FIGURE 8.1.E
Shipper's Declaration Completion—Example 1
FIGURE 8.1.F
Shipper's Declaration Completion—Example 2
FIGURE 8.1.G
Shipper's Declaration Completion—Example 3
Two or more compatible dangerous goods packed together in one box as per 5.0.2.11. Note that the “Q” value is required.
 
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