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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(92)

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9.1.8 Consolidations
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: 9W09, AI04, AZ01, BR06, CA01, CI03, CZ02, GA02, IJ11, IP02, IR02, KE01, KQ01, KZ05, LH02, ME02, MH05, MU02, OM06, OU14, OZ02, PX03, RJ02, SK07, SV03, SW03, TK03, UX03, VN12
9.1.8.1 Definition
A consolidation is a consignment of multi-packages which has been originated by more than one person each of whom has made an agreement for carriage by air with another person other than a scheduled air carrier. Con-ditions applied to that agreement may or may not be the same as conditions applied by the scheduled air carrier for the same carriage.
9.1.8.2 Acceptance
Dangerous Goods are accepted in consolidations under the conditions described in 9.1.8.2.1 to 9.1.8.2.5.
9.1.8.2.1 Dangerous goods may be consolidated with goods not subject to these Regulations. Dangerous goods in consolidations are subject to the acceptance check described in 9.1.3. Any delays caused by discrepancies found during the check may result in delay to the complete consolidation.
9.1.8.2.2 Dangerous goods in consolidations must be identified, classified, packed, marked, labelled and docu-mented in accordance with these Regulations and be free from any indication of damage or leakage.
9.1.8.2.3 Packages and overpacks containing danger-ous goods must be offered to the operator separately from the goods in the consolidation that are not subject to these Regulations. Dangerous goods in consolidations are not acceptable in unit load devices, unless specifically permitted by these Regulations (see 9.1.4.1).
9.1.8.2.4 A Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods is required for each component (house) consignment.
9.1.8.2.5 Consolidations containing any “Cargo Aircraft Only” dangerous goods must be shipped on Cargo Aircraft.
9.2 Storage
9.2.1 Storage of Radioactive Material
9.2.1.1 Limitation of Exposureof Persons to Radiation
9.2.1.1.1 Radioactive material must be segregated suf-ficiently from workers and from members of the public.
The following values for dose must be used for the purpose of calculating segregation distances or radiation level:
(a)for workers in regularly occupied working areas a dose of 5 mSv in a year;
(b)for members of the public, in areas where the public has regular access, a dose of 1 mSv in a year.
9.2.1.1.2 All relevant storage personnel must receive such instructions as are necessary concerning the haz-ards involved and the precautions to be observed.
9.2.1.1.3 In order to maintain the principle of keeping exposure to radiation as low as reasonably achievable, Category II-Yellow and Category III-Yellow packages, overpacks or freight containers should be separated from persons during temporary storage. Minimum separation distances should be applied as shown in Tables 9.3.D and 9.3.E and greater distances should be used where feasible. These distances are measured from the surface of the packages, overpacks or freight containers, irres-pective of the duration of the storage of the radioactive material.
9.2.1.1.4 During acceptance, and handling, exposure to radiation should be kept as low as reasonably achievable.
9.2.1.2 Storage of Fissile Material
The number of packages, overpacks and freight contai-ners containing fissile material stored in transit in any one storage area must be so limited that the total sum of the criticality safety indexes in any group of such packages, overpacks or freight containers does not exceed 50. Groups of such packages must be stored so as to maintain a spacing of at least 6 m from other groups of such packages, overpacks or freight containers.
9.2.1.3 Undeliverable Radioactive Material
9.1
Where a consignment is undeliverable, the consignment to must be placed in a safe location and the appropriate
9.2
national authority must be informed as soon as possible and a request made for instructions on further action.
9.2.2 Storage of Organic Peroxides and Self-Reactive Substances
During the course of transport, packages or unit load devices containing self-reactive substances of Div-ision 4.1 or organic peroxides of Division 5.2 must be protected from direct sunlight and all sources of heat and be placed in adequately ventilated areas.
9.2.3 Visibility of Markings and Labels
During the course of air transport, including storage, markings and labels required by these Regulations must not be covered or obscured by any part of or attachment to the packaging or any other label or marking.
9.3.1.3 For additional requirements concerning the load-
9.3 Loading
ing of dangerous goods for carriage by helicopters, see 9.9.
9.3.1 Loading Restrictions on FlightDeck and for Passenger Aircraft 9.3.2 Incompatible Dangerous Goods
STATE VARIATIONS: JPG10/12, USG13/15 STATE VARIATIONS: IRG02, JPG11
OPERATOR VARIATIONS: BR16, IJ01, IR04, LA08,
LY04, SQ01/02, SW01  9.3.2.1 Segregation of Dangerous Goods
9.3.1.1 Dangerous goods must not be carried in an 9.3.2.1.1 Packages containing dangerous goods, which aircraft cabin occupied by passengers or on the flight might react dangerously with each other, must not be deck of an aircraft, except as permitted by 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 stowed on an aircraft next to each other or in a position and 2.5.1 and for excepted packages of radioactive that would allow interaction between them in the event of materials (see 10.5.8). Dangerous goods may be carried leakage. To maintain acceptable segregation between in a main deck cargo compartment of a passenger aircraft packages containing dangerous goods having different provided that the compartment meets all the certification hazards, the segregation requirements shown in requirements for a Class B or Class C aircraft cargo Table 9.3.A must be observed. The segregation require-compartment. Dangerous goods bearing the “Cargo ments apply based on all hazard labels applied on the Aircraft Only” label must not be carried on a passenger package, irrespective of whether the hazard is the primary aircraft. or subsidiary risk.
 
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