Some airlines have specific operational variations. These variations identify unique requirements specific to that particular airline and are always more restrictive than the DGR. FedEx, for example, has very specific documentation requirements and shippers should be aware of these variations. These regulations are amended every two years with each amendment valid for three years. The IMDG Code requires a declaration from the consignor stating that the particular dangerous goods declared are identified, classified, packaged, marked, labeled and placarded correctly. A declaration from the person packing the container is also required to ensure it has been done so correctly.
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How to Fill Dangerous Goods Declaration Posted on by shashi kallada Do you know how to fill dangerous goods declaration? An incorrectly filled dangerous goods declaration can put lives of transport workers and ships at risk.
In maritime transport the decision to place a container on a specific location on board vessel is purely taken from the information provided in Dangerous Goods Declaration. Majority of the stakeholders do not physically see the packages or containers with its labels, marks, or placards to make any decision to accept to load or where to place it viz on deck or under deck or the segregation from other containers.
This sums up the prime importance of correctly filled dangerous goods declaration. There may be certain points which are not applicable for sea transport, example Aircraft limitations.
If the DGD has 3 pages then on first sheet entre Page 1 of 3 pages, on second page entre page 2 of 3 pages and on third page entre page 3 of 3 pages. Numbering pages consecutively is mandatory and important to identify exact missing page, if any, during transport.
It can be preferring underdeck stowage or away from heat etc. Box 14 This is the most important field where dangerous goods information need to be filled in. Any additional information provided in this filed or any other field, refer box no. Description of Dangerous Goods must only be entered in below sequence without any change.
UN , Acrolein, stabilized, class 6. After above description, other details such as details of package and quantities need to be entered. Example 10 steel drums KG or fibreboard boxes kg.
No need to declare net weight or details of inner packing however most carriers insist for this information as well as full description of package hence it be better to declare as below 10 steel non-removable head drums kg gross weight 75 kg net weight Or fibre board boxes, glass bottles kg gross weight kg net weight. For class 1 explosives the quantity must be net explosive mass, for empty uncleaned packages such as empty uncleaned IBCs or Tanks no need to declare the quantity.
There may be various other requirements for specific information depending on the goods being transported. Continuation page If there are more goods which cannot be fitted into box 14 of the first page then continuation page must be used where boxes 1 to 5 must be same as in page 1 and box 3 must have page numbers entered consecutively.
Additional document Some of the goods may require additional document to be attached with DGD such as a weathering certificate; as required in the individual entries of the Dangerous Goods List. Boxes 15 to 22 15 Container identification No.
Packer of the container may be the shipper himself of a consolidator. The container packing certificate is not required for tanks. If the DGD is prepared electronically then the signature may be replaced with by the name s in capitals of the person authorized to sign. For full details for how to fill in DGD correctly please refer to chapter 5.
How to Fill Dangerous Goods Declaration
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