UN Model Regulations 20a Revised edition

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UN Model Regulations 20a Revised edition

10 Ottobre 2017

UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and Guiding Principles for use with the 20th revised edition.

These recommendations have been developed in the light of technical progress, the advent of new substances and materials, the exigencies of modern transport systems and, above all, the requirement to ensure the safety of people, property and the environment. They are addressed to governments and international organisations concerned with the regulation of the transport of dangerous goods. The Model Regulations cover the classification of dangerous goods, their listing, the use, construction, testing and approval of packagings and portable tanks, as well as consignment procedures such as marking, labelling, placarding and documentation.

This twentieth revised edition contains various new and revised provisions concerning, inter alia, articles which contain dangerous substances or articles; the classification of ammonium nitrate-based fertilizers; the classification of corrosive mixtures; the stabilization of fishmeal to prevent self-heating; cargo transport units containing lithium batteries and used for electricity storage; packing instruction for defective or damaged lithium batteries; the availability of test reports for lithium batteries; the transport of unstable substances under temperature control and the transport of vehicles powered by flammable liquids or gases, fuel cells or batteries.

Model Regulations 20a revised edition

Volume I
(Recommendations, Parts 1 to 3, Dangerous Goods List, Appendices and Alphabetical Index)

Volume II
(Parts 4 to 7 and Table of Correspondence)

United Nations, 2017

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GHS presentations – Rev. 7 UNECE Oct 2017

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GHS presentations Rev.7 Luglio 2017

06.10.2017

Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)

The following presentations are based on the seventh revised edition of the GHS (GHS Rev.7).

Note: The information contained in the presentations hereafter is not exhaustive and is provided only as guidance for the application of GHS classification criteria. For classification purposes, please refer to the official text of the GHS.

- Introduction    

Historical background
Purpose, scope and application of the GHS

- Physical, health and environmental hazards:

Classification criteria for substances and mixtures Physical hazards: classification criteria for substances and mixtures
Health and environmental hazards: classification criteria for substances and mixtures

- Hazard communication  

Hazard communication: Labelling and Safety Data Sheets

Fonte:
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

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GHS. Rev.7 (2017): Files PDF available to download

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Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)

Seventh revised edition

Files PDF available to download of the 7th revised edition of the GHS.

To view and download the files of each chapter individually:

Foreword and table of contents
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Physical hazards
Part 3: Health hazards
Part 4: Environmental hazards

Annexes

Annex 1: Classification and labelling summary tables
Annex 2: (Reserved)
Annex 3: Codification of hazard statements, codification and use of precautionary statements, codification of hazard pictograms and examples of precautionary pictograms
Annex 4: Guidance on the preparation of Safety Data Sheets
Annex 5: Consumer product labelling based on the likelihood of injury
Annex 6: Comprehensibility testing methodology
Annex 7: Examples of arrangements of the GHS label elements
Annex 8: An example of classification in the Globally Harmonized Systems
Annex 9: Guidance on hazards to the aquatic environment
Annex 10: Guidance on transformation/dissolution of metals and metal compounds

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GHS. Rev.7 (2017)

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Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS, Rev.7)

Published: July 2017

The GHS addresses classification of chemicals by types of hazard and proposes harmonized hazard communication elements, including labels and safety data sheets. It aims at ensuring that information on physical hazards and toxicity from chemicals be available in order to enhance the protection of human health and the environment during the handling, transport and use of these chemicals.

The GHS also provides a basis for harmonization of rules and regulations on chemicals at national, regional and worldwide level.

This seventh revised edition of the GHS contains various new or revised provisions including, inter alia, revised criteria for categorisation of flammable gases within Category 1; miscellaneous amendments intended to clarify the definitions of some health hazard classes; additional guidance to extend the coverage of section 14 of the Safety Data Sheets to all bulk cargoes transported under instruments of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), regardless of their physical state; revised and further rationalized precautionary statements in Annex 3; and a new example in Annex 7 addressing labelling of small packagings with fold-out labels.

ST/SG/AC.10/30/Rev.7
Sales No. E.17.II.E.1
ISBN: 978- 92-1-117131-0

Languages: E, F (R, S,A, C forthcoming)

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UN Model Regulations (Rev.20) – 2017

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Recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods, model regulations (Rev.20) – 2017

Published: June 2017

These recommendations have been developed in the light of technical progress, the advent of new substances and materials, the exigencies of modern transport systems and, above all, the requirement to ensure the safety of people, property and the environment. They are addressed to governments and international organisations concerned with the regulation of the transport of dangerous goods. The Model Regulations cover the classification of dangerous goods, their listing, the use, construction, testing and approval of packagings and portable tanks, as well as consignment procedures such as marking, labelling, placarding and documentation.

This twentieth revised edition contains various new and revised provisions concerning, inter alia, articles which contain dangerous substances or articles; the classification of ammonium nitrate-based fertilizers; the classification of corrosive mixtures; the stabilization of fishmeal to prevent self-heating; cargo transport units containing lithium batteries and used for electricity storage; packing instruction for defective or damaged lithium batteries; the availability of test reports for lithium batteries; the transport of unstable substances under temperature control and the transport of vehicles powered by flammable liquids or gases, fuel cells or batteries.

ST/SG/AC.10/1/Rev.20
Complete set of two volumes
Sales No. 17.VIII.1
ISBN 978-92-1-139159-6 (English version)
Price: US$ 175
Languages: E, F (A, C, R, S forthcoming)

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Previous editions and CD-ROM of this publication are also available: bibliographic information on all editions and language versions

For more information on these recommendations, visit the UN Model Regulations section of the UNECE Transport Division Website.

Safety ADR: Update 1.0.3 on 29 May 2017

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Safety ADR: Update 1.0.3 on 29 May 2017

– Added Instructions in Writing in 20 languages (French, Russian, Danish, Latvian, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Hungarian, Romanian, Portuguese, Czech, Spanish, Turkish, Slovenian, Slovak, Estonian, Dutch, Polish, Finnish, Lithuanian)
– Added documents UNECE ADR 2017 in 3 languages (English; French; Russian)
– Fixed graphical glitch for labels (selected substance)
– Substance Report and Tremcards easy available in details for selected substance
– Small fixes
– Safety ADR icon in Home
– Regular font for tables

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Size: 61.6 MB
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Safety ADR: Update 1.0.3 del 29 Maggio 2017

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Safety ADR: Update 1.0.3 del 29 Maggio 2017

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– Aggiunte istruzioni scritte secondo l’ADR in 20 lingue (Francese, Russo, Danese Lettone, Norvegese, Svedese, Tedesco, Ungherese, Romeno, Portoghese, Ceco, Spagnolo, Turco, Sloveno, Slovacco, Estone, Olandese, Polacco, Finlandese, Lituano)
– Aggiunti documenti UNECE ADR 2017 in 3 lingue (inglese; francese; russo)
– Glitch grafico nella vista della singola materia, righe di etichetta
– Report materia e Tremcards disponibili nei dettagli della materia selezionata
– Fix minori
– Icona Safety ADR nella Home
– Rimozione del grassetto dalle tabelle

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Prezzo: gratuito
Acquisto database ADR 2017: € 23,99 (Acquisto in app)
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Pubblicato: 29/05/2017
Versione: 1.0.3
Dimensioni: 58.7 MB
Lingue: Italiano, Inglese
Sviluppatore: Certifico s.r.l.
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Multilateral Agreement M300

Multilateral Agreement M300

Update: 22 may 2017

Transport document in sale delivery operations (DELIVERY SALE) according to section 1.5.1 of ADR concerning the transport document in sale delivery operations.

1. By derogation from the provisions of 5.4.1.1.1, sub-paragraph h), of ADR, the name and address of the consignee(s) in the transport document may be replaced by the words «DELIVERY SALE» when the following substances are transported to multiple consignees that cannot be fully identified before the transport starts:

UN 0333
UN 0334
UN 0335
UN 0336
UN 0337
UN 1001
UN 1002
UN 1006
UN 1013
UN 1046
UN 1049
UN 1066
UN 1072
UN 1073
UN 1202
UN 1951
UN 1954
UN 1956
UN 1963
UN 1965
UN 1972
UN 1977
UN 2187
UN 3156
UN 3157
UN 3158
UN 3161
UN 3163

2. In addition to the information prescribed, the consignor shall enter the following in the transport document: “Carriage agreed under the terms of section 1.5.1 of ADR (M300)”.

3. This agreement shall be valid until 12 May 2021 for the carriage on the territories of those ADR Contracting Parties signatory to this agreement. If it is revoked before then by one of the signatories, it shall remain valid until the above mentioned date only for carriage on the territories of those ADR Contracting Parties signatory to this agreement which have not revoked it.

Lisbon, 12 May 2016
The competent authority for ADR of Portugal

José Alberto Franco

Signe:

Portugal – 29/06/2016
Spain – 11/07/2016
Italy – 22/05/2017

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Accordo Multilaterale ADR M300: Siglato Italia

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Accordo Multilaterale M300: Vendita in assenza di informazioni complete del destinatario

22 maggio 2017: Italia sottoscrive l’Accordo
Anche l’Italia aderisce all’accordo multilaterale M300, inizialmente siglato tra Spagna e Portogallo, relativo a informazioni sul documento di trasporto di merci pericolose ADR in determinate operazioni di spedizioni.
L’accordo, vuole semplificare un problema formale sul DDT legato alla impossibilità di determinare a priori il nome e l’indirizzo della/e consegna/e che spesso si presenta nel trasporto di materie pericolose ADR (talune in particolare), ad esempio consegne di rifornimento in viaggio.L’accordo M300 deve essere applicato solo in impossibilità e non alternativo alla normale informazione del 5.4.11.1 comma h.L’Accordo Multilaterale  M300 riporta:“1. In deroga alle disposizioni del 5.4.1.1.1, comma h), di ADR , il nome e l’indirizzo del destinatario ( s ) nel documento di trasporto può essere sostituita dalle parole «VENDITA IN TRANSITO(*)» quando le seguenti materie vengono trasportate a più destinatari che non possono essere completamente identificati prima dell’inizio di trasporto”.

Il mittente dovrà inserire il seguente nel documento di trasporto: “Trasporto in accordo con la sezione 1.5.1 ADR (M300)”. 

(*) Attenzione traduzione non ufficiale, in verifica.Le materie interessate:

UN 0333
UN 0334
UN 0335
UN 0336
UN 0337
UN 1001
UN 1002
UN 1006
UN 1013
UN 1046
UN 1049
UN 1066
UN 1072
UN 1073
UN 1202
UN 1951
UN 1954
UN 1956
UN 1963
UN 1965
UN 1972
UN 1977
UN 2187
UN 3156
UN 3157
UN 3158
UN 3161
UN 3163
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MULTILATERAL AGREEMENT M300

Transport document in sale delivery operations (DELIVERY SALE) according to section 1.5.1 of ADR concerning the transport document in sale delivery operations.

1. By derogation from the provisions of 5.4.1.1.1, sub-paragraph h), of ADR, the name and address of the consignee(s) in the transport document may be replaced by the words «DELIVERY SALE» when the following substances are transported to multiple consignees that cannot be fully identified before the transport starts:

UN 0333
UN 0334
UN 0335
UN 0336
UN 0337
UN 1001
UN 1002
UN 1006
UN 1013
UN 1046
UN 1049
UN 1066
UN 1072
UN 1073
UN 1202
UN 1951
UN 1954
UN 1956
UN 1963
UN 1965
UN 1972
UN 1977
UN 2187
UN 3156
UN 3157
UN 3158
UN 3161
UN 3163

2. In addition to the information prescribed, the consignor shall enter the following in the transport document: “Carriage agreed under the terms of section 1.5.1 of ADR (M300)”.

3. This agreement shall be valid until 12 May 2021 for the carriage on the territories of those ADR Contracting Parties signatory to this agreement. If it is revoked before then by one of the signatories, it shall remain valid until the above mentioned date only for carriage on the territories of those ADR Contracting Parties signatory to this agreement which have not revoked it.

Lisbon, 12 May 2016
The competent authority for ADR of Portugal

José Alberto Franco

Signe:

Portugal – 29/06/2016
Spain – 11/07/2016
Italy – 22/05/2017

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