国际海运危险货物规则40-20英文电子版

  •  BOOKFACE
  •  Foreword
  •  Preamble
  • 1  PART 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS,DEFINITIONS AND TRAINING
  • 1.1  Chapter 1. 1 General provisions
  • 1.1.0  Introductory note
  • 1.1.1  Application and implementation of the Code
  • 1.1.2  Conventions
  • 1.1.3  Dangerous goods forbidden from transport
  • 1.2  Definitions,units of measurement and abbreviations
  • 1.2.1  Definitions
  • 1.2.2  Units of measurement
  • 1.2.3  List of abbreviations
  • 1.3  Training
  • 1.3.0  Introductory note
  • 1.3.1  Training of shore-side personnel
  • 1.4  Security provisions
  • 1.4.0  Scope
  • 1.4.1  General provisions for companies, ships and port facilities
  • 1.4.2  General provisions for shore-side personnel
  • 1.4.3  Provisions for high consequence dangerous goods
  • 1.5  General provisions concerning radioactive material
  • 1.5.1  Scope and application
  • 1.5.2  Radiation protection programme
  • 1.5.3  Management system
  • 1.5.4  Special arrangement
  • 1.5.5  Radioactive material possessing other dangerous properties
  • 1.5.6  Non-compliance
  • 2  PART2 CLASSIFICATION
  • 2.0  Introduction
  • 2.0.0  Responsibilities
  • 2.0.1  Classes, divisions, packing groups
  • 2.0.2  UN numbers and proper shipping names
  • 2.0.3  Classification of substances, mixtures and solutions with multiple hazards (precedence of hazard characteristics)
  • 2.0.4  Transport of samples
  • 2.0.5  Transport of wastes
  • 2.0.6  Classification of articles as articles containing dangerous goods N O S
  • 2.1  Class 1-Explosives
  • 2.1.0  Introductory notes
  • 2.1.1  Definitions and general provisions
  • 2.1.2  Compatibility groups and classification codes
  • 2.1.3  Classification procedure
  • 2.2  Class 2-Gases
  • 2.2.0  Introductory note
  • 2.2.1  Definitions and general provisions
  • 2.2.2  Class subdivisions
  • 2.2.3  Mixtures of gases
  • 2.2.4  Gases not accepted for transport
  • 2.3  Class 3-Flammable liquids
  • 2.3.0  Introductory note
  • 2.3.1  Definitions and general provisions
  • 2.3.2  Assignment of packing group
  • 2.3.3  Determination of flashpoint
  • 2.3.4  Determination of initial boiling point
  • 2.3.5  Substances not accepted for transport
  • 2.4  Class 4-Flammable solids; substances liable to spontaneous combustion; substances which,in contact with water, emit flammable gases
  • 2.4.0  Introductory note
  • 2.4.1  Definition and general provisions
  • 2.4.2  Class 4 .1-Flammable solids,self-reactive substances,solid desensitized explosives and polymerizing substances
  • 2.4.3  Class 4.2 - Substances liable to spontaneous combustion
  • 2.4.4  Class 4 .3-Substances which,in contact with water, emit flammable gases
  • 2.4.5  Classification of organometallic substances
  • 2.5  Class 5 - Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides
  • 2.5.0  Introductory note
  • 2.5.1  Definitions and general provisions
  • 2.5.2  Class 5 1-Oxidizing substances
  • 2.5.3  Class 5 2-Organic peroxides
  • 2.6  Class 6 - Toxic and infectious substances
  • 2.6.0  Introductory notes
  • 2.6.1  Definitions
  • 2.6.2  Class 6 1-Toxic substances
  • 2.6.3  Class 6 2-Infectious substances
  • 2.7  Class 7-Radioactive material
  • 2.7.1  Definitions
  • 2.7.2  Classification
  • 2.8  Class 8-Corrosive substances
  • 2.8.1  Definition,general provisions and properties
  • 2.8.2  General classification provisions
  • 2.8.3  Packing group assignment for substances and mixtures
  • 2.8.4  Alternative packing group assignment methods for mixtures:step-wise approach
  • 2.8.5  Substances not accepted for transport
  • 2.9  Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles (class 9) and environmentally hazardous substances
  • 2.9.1  Definitions
  • 2.9.2  Assignment to class 9
  • 2.9.3  Environmentally hazardous substances (aquatic environment)
  • 2.9.4  Lithium batteries
  • 2.10  Marine pollutants
  • 2.10.1  Definition
  • 2.10.2  General provisions
  • 2.10.3  Classification
  • 3  PART3 GOODS LIST,SPECIAL PROVISIONS AND EXCEPTIONS
  • 3.1  General
  • 3.1.1  Scope and general provisions
  • 3.1.2  Proper shipping names.
  • 3.1.3  Mixtures or solutions.
  • 3.1.4  Segregation groups
  • 3.2  Dangerous Goods List
  • 3.2.1  Structure of the Dangerous Goods List
  • 3.2.2   Abbreviations and symbols
  • 3.2.3  Dangerous Goods List.
  • 3.3  Special provisions applicable to certain substances,materials or articles
  • 3.4  Dangerous goods packed in limited quantities
  • 3.4.1  General
  • 3.4.2   Packing
  • 3.4.3   Stowage
  • 3.4.4  Segregation
  • 3.4.5  Marking and placarding
  • 3.4.6   Documentation
  • 3.5  Dangerous goods packed in excepted quantities
  • 3.5.1  Excepted quantities
  • 3.5.2   Packagings.
  • 3.5.3   Tests for packages
  • 3.5.4   Marking of packages
  • 3.5.5   Maximum number of packages in any cargo transport unit
  • 3.5.6  Documentation
  • 3.5.7  Stowage
  • 3.5.8  Segregation
  • 4  PART4 TANK PROVISIONS
  • 4.1  Use of packagings, including intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and large packagings
  • 4.1.0  Definitions
  • 4.1.1  General provisions for the packing of dangerous goods in packagings,including IBCs and large packagings
  • 4.1.2  Additional general provisions for the use of IBCs
  • 4.1.3  General provisions concerning packing instructions
  • 4.1.4  List of packing instructions
  •  Packing instructions concerning the use of packagings (except IBCs and large packagings)
  •  Packing instructions concerning the use of IBCs
  •  Packing instructions concerning the use of large packagings
  • 4.1.5  Special packing provisions for goods of class 1
  • 4.1.6  Special packing provisions for goods of class 2
  • 4.1.7  Special packing provisions for organic peroxides (class 5.2) and self-reactive substances of class 4.1
  • 4.1.8  Special packing provisions for infectious substances of category A (class 6.2, UN 2814 and UN 2900)
  • 4.1.9  Special packing provisions for radioactive material
  • 4.2  Use of portable tanks and multiple-element gas containers(MEGCs)
  • 4.2.0  Transitional provisions
  • 4.2.1  General provisions for the use of portable tanks for the transport of substances of class 1 and classes 3 to 9
  • 4.2.2  General provisions for the use of portable tanks for the transport of non-refrigerated liquefied gases and chemicals under pressure
  • 4.2.3  General provisions for the use of portable tanks for the transport of refrigerated liquefied gases of class 2
  • 4.2.4  General provisions for the use of multiple-element gas containers (MEGCs)
  • 4.2.5  Portable tank instructions and special provisions
  •  Portable tank instructions
  •  Portable tank special provisions
  • 4.2.6  Additional provisions for the use of road tank vehicles and road gas elements vehicles
  • 4.3  Use of bulk containers
  • 4.3.1  General provisions
  • 4.3.2  Additional provisions applicable to bulk goods of classes 4.2,4.3,5.1,6.2,7 and 8
  • 4.3.3  Additional provisions for the use of sheeted bulk containers (BK1)
  • 4.3.4  Additional provisions for the use of flexible bulk containers (BK3)
  • 5  PART5 CONSIGNMENT PROCEDURES
  • 5.1  General provisions
  • 5.1.1  Application and general provisions
  • 5.1.2  Use of overpacks and unit loads
  • 5.1.3  Empty uncleaned packagings or units
  • 5.1.4  Mixed packing
  • 5.1.5  General provisions for class 7
  • 5.1.6  Packages packed into a cargo transport unit
  • 5.2  Marking and labelling of packages including IBCs
  • 5.2.1  Marking of packages including IBCs
  • 5.2.2  Labelling of packages including IBCs
  • 5.3  Placarding and marking of cargo transport units and bulk containers
  • 5.3.1  Placarding
  • 5.3.2  Marking
  • 5.4  Documentation
  • 5.4.1  Dangerous goods transport information
  • 5.4.2  Container/vehicle packing certificate
  • 5.4.3  Documentation required aboard the ship
  • 5.4.4  Other required information and documentation
  • 5.4.5  Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form
  • 5.4.6  Retention of dangerous goods transport information
  • 5.5  Special provisions
  • 5.5.1  [Reserved]
  • 5.5.2  Special provisions applicable to fumigated cargo transport units (UN 3359)
  • 5.5.3  Special provisions applicable to packages and cargo transport units containing substances presenting a risk of asphyxiation when used for cooling or conditioning purposes
  •  (such as dry ice (UN 1845) or nitrogen,refrigerated liquid (UN 1977) or argon, refrigerated liquid (UN 1951) or nitrogen)
  • 6  PART6 CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING OF PACKAGINGS,INTERMEDIATE BULK CONTAINERS(IBCs),LARGE PACKAGINGS,PORTABLE TANKS, MULTIPLE-ELEMENT GAS CONTAINERS (MEGCs)AND ROAD TANK VEHICLES
  • 6.1  Provisions for the construction and testing of packagings
  • 6.1.1  Applicability and general provisions
  • 6.1.2  Code for designating types of packagings
  • 6.1.3  Marking
  • 6.1.4  Provisions for packagings
  • 6.1.5  Test provisions for packagings
  • 6.2  Provisions for the construction and testing of pressure receptacles, aerosol dispensers, small receptacles containing gas (gas cartridges) and fuel cell cartridges containing liquefied flammable gas
  • 6.2.1  General provisions
  • 6.2.2  Provisions for UN pressure receptacles
  • 6.2.3  Provisions for non-UN pressure receptacles
  • 6.2.4  Provisions for aerosol dispensers, small receptacles containing gas(gas cartridges) and fuel cell cartridges containing liquefied flammable gas
  • 6.3  Provisions for the construction and testing of packagings for class 62 infectious substances of category A(UN 2814 and UN 2900)
  • 6.3.1  General
  • 6.3.2  Provisions for packagings
  • 6.3.3  Code for designating types of packagings
  • 6.3.4  Marking
  • 6.3.5  Test provisions for packagings
  • 6.4  Provisions for the construction, testing and approvalof packages for radio active material and for the approval of such material
  • 6.4.1  [Reserved]
  • 6.4.2  General provisions
  • 6.4.3  Additional provisions for packages transported by air
  • 6.4.4  Provisions for excepted packages
  • 6.4.5  Provisions for industrial packages
  • 6.4.6  Provisions for packages containing uranium hexafluoride
  • 6.4.7  Provisions for Type A packages
  • 6.4.8  Provisions for Type B(U) packages
  • 6.4.9  Provisions for Type B(M) packages
  • 6.4.10  Provisions for Type C packages
  • 6.4.11  Provisions for packages containing fissile material
  • 6.4.12  Test procedures and demonstration of compliance
  • 6.4.13  Testing the integrity of the containment system and shielding and evaluating criticality safety
  • 6.4.14  Target for drop tests
  • 6.4.15  Test for demonstrating ability to withstand normal conditions of transport
  • 6.4.16  Additional tests for Type A packages designed for liquids and gases
  • 6.4.17  Tests for demonstrating ability to withstand accident conditions of transport
  • 6.4.18  Enhanced water immersion test for Type B(U) and Type B(M) packages containing more than 105A2 and Type C packages
  • 6.4.19  Water leakage test for packages containing fissile material
  • 6.4.20  Tests for Type C packages
  • 6.4.21  Tests for packagings designed to contain uranium hexafluoride
  • 6.4.22  Approvals of package designs and materials
  • 6.4.23  Applications for approval and approvals for radioactive material transport
  • 6.4.24  Transitional measures for class 7
  • 6.5  Provisions for the construction and testing of intermediate bulk containers (IBCs)
  • 6.5.1  General requirements
  • 6.5.2  Marking
  • 6.5.3  Construction requirements
  • 6.5.4  Testing, certification and inspection
  • 6.5.5  Specific provisions for IBCs
  • 6.5.6  Test provisions for IBCs
  • 6.6  Provisions for the construction and testing of large packagings
  • 6.6.1  General
  • 6.6.2  Code for designating types of large packagings
  • 6.6.3  Marking
  • 6.6.4  Specific provisions for large packagings
  • 6.6.5  Test provisions for large packagings
  • 6.7  Provisions for the design,construction, inspection and testing of portable tanks and multiple-element gas containers (MEGCs)
  • 6.7.1  Application and general provisions
  • 6.7.2  Provisions for the design,construction, inspection and testing of portable tanks intended for the transport of substances of class 1 and classes 3 to 9
  • 6.7.3  Provisions for the design,construction,inspection and testing of portable tanks intended for the transport of non-refrigerated liquefied gases of class 2
  • 6.7.4  Provisions for the design,construction, inspection and testing of portable tanks intended for the transport of refrigerated liquefied gases of class 2
  • 6.7.5  Provisions for the design,construction,inspection and testing of multiple-element gas containers (MEGCs) intended for the transport of non-refrigerated gases
  • 6.8  Provisions for road tank vehicles and road gas elements vehicles
  • 6.8.1  General
  • 6.8.2  Road tank vehicles for long international voyages for substances of classes 3 to 9
  • 6.8.3  Road tank vehicles and road gas elements vehicles for short international voyages
  • 6.9  Provisions for the design, construction,inspection and testing of bulk containers
  • 6.9.1  Definitions
  • 6.9.2  Application and general provisions
  • 6.9.3  Provisions for the design,construction, inspection and testing of freight containers used as BK1 or BK2 bulk containers
  • 6.9.4  Provisions for the design, construction and approval of BK1 or BK2 bulk containers other than freight containers
  • 6.9.5  Requirements for the design, construction, inspection and testing of flexible bulk containers BK3
  • 7  PART7 PROVISIONS CONCERNING TRANSPORT OPERATIONS
  • 7.1  General stowage provisions
  • 7.1.1  Introduction
  • 7.1.2  Definitions
  • 7.1.3  Stowage categories
  • 7.1.4  Special stowage provisions
  • 7.1.5  Stowage codes
  • 7.1.6  Handling codes
  • 7.2  General segregation provisions
  • 7.2.1  Introduction
  • 7.2.2  Definitions
  • 7.2.3  Segregation provisions
  • 7.2.4  Segregation table
  • 7.2.5  Segregation groups
  • 7.2.6  Special segregation provisions and exemptions
  • 7.2.7  Segregation of goods of class 1
  • 7.2.8  Segregation codes
  •  Annex: Segregation flow chart
  • 7.3  Consigning operations concerning the packing and use of cargo transport units (CTUs) and related provisions
  • 7.3.1  Introduction
  • 7.3.2  General provisions for cargo transport units
  • 7.3.3  Packing of cargo transport units
  • 7.3.4  Segregation provisions within cargo transport units
  • 7.3.5  Tracking and monitoring equipment
  • 7.3.6  Opening and unloading cargo transport units
  • 7.3.7  Cargo transport units under temperature control
  • 7.3.8  Loading of cargo transport units on board ships
  • 7.4  Stowage and segregation on containerships
  • 7.4.1  Introduction
  • 7.4.2  Stowage requirements
  • 7.4.3  Segregation requirements
  • 7.5  Stowage and segregation on ro-ro ships
  • 7.5.1  Introduction
  • 7.5.2  Stowage provisions
  • 7.5.3  Segregation provisions
  • 7.6  Stowage and segregation on general cargo ships
  • 7.6.1  Introduction
  • 7.6.2  Stowage and handling provisions
  • 7.6.3  Segregation provisions
  • 7.7  Shipborne barges on barge-carrying ships
  • 7.7.1  Introduction
  • 7.7.2  Definitions
  • 7.7.3  Barge loading
  • 7.7.4  Stowage of shipborne barges
  • 7.7.5  Segregation between barges on board barge-carrying ships
  • 7.8  Special requirements in the event of an incident and fire precautions involving dangerous goods
  • 7.8.1  General
  • 7.8.2  General provisions in the event of incidents
  • 7.8.3  Special provisions for incidents involving infectious substances
  • 7.8.4  Special provisions for incidents involving radioactive material
  • 7.8.5  General fire precautions
  • 7.8.6  Special fire precautions for class 1
  • 7.8.7  Special fire precautions for class 2
  • 7.8.8  Special fire precautions for class 3
  • 7.8.9  Special fire precautions and fire fighting for class 7
  • 7.9  Exemptions, approvals and certificates
  • 7.9.1  Exemptions
  • 7.9.2  Approvals (including permits, authorizations or agreements) and certificates
  • 7.9.3  Contact information for the main designated national competent authorities
  •  APPENDICES
  •  Appendix A List of generic and N.O.S proper shipping names
  •  Appendix B Glossary of terms