By Roger Wrapson
Such a lot shipping operators have little event of the rules surrounding the carriage of harmful items. The smaller operator specifically could have no element of connection with seek advice from which will discover in the event that they are legally allowed to hold harmful items with out software of all of the necessities, together with the high priced education of drivers. This booklet allows the operator to speedy and simply establish the regulatory exemptions that observe to the indexed UN numbers which determine risky items. The operator is ready to receive affirmation on their skill to legally hold risky items in the boundaries of a shipping operation and doesn't have to search professional wisdom or education. It lists the UN numbers and the exemptions that practice in a simple reference layout and in addition offers info on find out how to use the knowledge in the regulatory framework.
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This is because it refers to an exemption where there are only limited amounts of dangerous goods on a vehicle. Thus you can have several consignments that individually meet this exemption but when the consignments are assembled all together as a load, exceed the load threshold and in such a case the full ramiﬁcations of the regulations will apply. The tenth and ﬁnal column headed Special Provisions give reference numbers which may provide an exemption for speciﬁc products that the earlier METHODOLOGY / 25 exemptions are unable to supply.
It has to be understood that there are some chemical products which are so ‘anti-social’ that no exemptions are available and in such cases the full requirements of the regulations will have to be observed. Such information is beyond the remit of this book and it is recommended that a dangerous goods professional is engaged to move such products if your operation is not itself geared up to do this. For the purposes of identifying dangerous goods exemptions and exceptions – the object of this book – it has already been established that we need to know the ‘UN Number’ of the product to be carried.
24 / DANGEROUS GOODS The fourth and ﬁ�h columns of Receptacle Size and Package Gross under the umbrella heading of LQ Packages and the sixth and seventh headings of Receptacle Size and Package Gross under LQ Shrink Wrapped Trays contain the packing methodology to use the Limited Quantity exemption – where appropriate. You are referred to the section on the Limited Quantity exemption which details the requirements to be able to use this exemption. The columns contain details for double packing chemicals – ﬁrstly in an inner container and secondly in an outer.