ADR 2019 Preview: new provisions for temperature control

ADR 2019 Preview: new provisions for temperature control Chap. 7.1.7

Attached is the new Chapter 7.1.7 “Special provisions applicable to the carriage of self-reactive substances of Class 4.1, organic peroxides of Class 5.2 and substances stabilized by temperature control” (other than self-reactive substances and organic peroxides) “.

Chapter 7.1 on General conditions for transport, loading, handling and handling that ended with Chapter 7.1.6, now, with the ADR 2019, is extended and includes the new Chapter 7.1.7, which groups general rules and special rules for temperature control. This leads to consequential changes in the provisions of parts 2, 3, 5, 8 and 9.

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ADR 2019 Preview: nuove disposizioni controllo temperatura

ADR 2019 Preview: nuove disposizioni per il controllo della temperatura Cap. 7.1.7

In allegato il nuovo Cap 7.1.7 “Special provisions applicable to the carriage of self-reactive substances of Class 4.1, organic peroxides of Class 5.2 and substances stabilized by temperature control (other than self-reactive substances and organic peroxides)”.

Il Cap. 7.1 sulle Condizioni generali per il trasporto, il carico, la movimentazione e la movimentazione che terminava con il Cap. 7.1.6, ora, con l’ADR 2019, viene ampliato e include il nuovo Cap. 7.1.7, che raggruppa le regole generali e le regole speciali per il controllo della temperatura. Ciò porta a modifiche consequenziali nelle disposizioni delle parti 2, 3, 5, 8 e 9.

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ADR 2019 Preview: obbligo nomina consulente ADR spedizionieri

ADR 2019 Preview: obbligo nomina consulente ADR spedizionieri

Con l’ADR 2019 l’obbligo di nomina del Consulente ADR è esteso ad ogni impresa le cui attività comprendono anche la “la spedizione” di merci pericolose su strada.

Dal draft e dal corrigendum 1 dell’ADR 2019 è stsato aggiunto, in vari punti del Cap. 1.8.3, il termine inglese “consigning” (spedizione) prima del termime “carriage” (trasporto) tra le attività obbligate alla nomina del consulente ADR.

Vedi Documento Obbligo ed Esenzione nomina Consulente ADR

In allegato documento completo EN/IT 

Dalla nuova ADR 2019 EN:
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1.8.3 Safety Adviser1.8.3.1

Each undertaking,“the activities of which include the consigning or the carriage of dangerous goods by road, or the related packing, loading, filling or unloading”(2) shall appoint one or more safety advisers for the carriage of dangerous goods, responsible for helping to prevent the risks inherent in such activities with regard to persons, property and the environment.

1.8.3.2

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties may provide that these requirements shall not apply to undertakings:
(a) The activities of which concern quantities in each transport unit “not exceeding those”(1) referred to in 1.1.3.6, 1.7.1.4 and in Chapters 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5; or
(b) The main or secondary activities of which are not the carriage or the related packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods but which occasionally engage in the national carriage or the related packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods posing little danger or risk of pollution.

1.8.3.3

The main task of the adviser shall be, under the responsibility of the head of the undertaking, to seek by all appropriate means and by all appropriate action, within the limits of the relevant activities of that undertaking, to facilitate the conduct of those activities in accordance with the requirements applicable and in the safest possible way.
With regard to the undertaking’s activities, the adviser has the following duties in particular:
– monitoring compliance with the requirements governing the carriage of dangerous goods;
– advising his undertaking on the carriage of dangerous goods;
– preparing an annual report to the management of his undertaking or a local public authority, as appropriate, on the undertaking’s activities in the carriage of dangerous goods. Such annual reports shall be preserved for five years and made available to the national authorities at their request.
The adviser’s duties also include monitoring the following practices and procedures relating to the relevant activities of the undertaking:
– the procedures for compliance with the requirements governing the identification of dangerous goods being transported;
– the undertaking’s practice in taking account, when purchasing means of transport, of any special requirements in connection with the dangerous goods being transported;
– the procedures for checking the equipment used in connection with the carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods;
– the proper training of the undertaking’s employees, including on the changes to the regulations, and the maintenance of records of such training;
– the implementation of proper emergency procedures in the event of any accident or incident that may affect safety during the carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods;
– investigating and, where appropriate, preparing reports on serious accidents, incidents or serious infringements recorded during the carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods;
– the implementation of appropriate measures to avoid the recurrence of accidents, incidents or serious infringements;
– the account taken of the legal prescriptions and special requirements associated with the carriage of dangerous goods in the choice and use of sub-contractors or third parties;
– verification that employees involved in the “consigning,” (1) carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods have detailed operational procedures and instructions;
– the introduction of measures to increase awareness of the risks inherent in the carriage, packing, filling, loading and unloading of dangerous goods;
– the implementation of verification procedures to ensure the presence on board the means of transport of the documents and safety equipment which must accompany transport and the compliance of such documents and equipment with the regulations;
– the implementation of verification procedures to ensure compliance with the requirements governing packing, filling, loading and unloading;
– the existence of the security plan indicated in 1.10.3.2.

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(1) Draft ADR 2019
(2) Corrigendum 1 ADR 2019

ADR 2019 Preview: Safety Adviser for the undertaking of consigning DG

ADR 2019 Preview: Safety Adviser for the undertaking of consigning DG

ADR 2019

1.8.3 Safety Adviser

1.8.3.1

Each undertaking,“the activities of which include the consigning or the carriage of dangerous goods by road, or the related packing, loading, filling or unloading”(2) shall appoint one or more safety advisers for the carriage of dangerous goods, responsible for helping to prevent the risks inherent in such activities with regard to persons, property and the environment.

1.8.3.2

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties may provide that these requirements shall not apply to undertakings:
(a) The activities of which concern quantities in each transport unit “not exceeding those”(1) referred to in 1.1.3.6, 1.7.1.4 and in Chapters 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5; or
(b) The main or secondary activities of which are not the carriage or the related packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods but which occasionally engage in the national carriage or the related packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods posing little danger or risk of pollution.

1.8.3.3

The main task of the adviser shall be, under the responsibility of the head of the undertaking, to seek by all appropriate means and by all appropriate action, within the limits of the relevant activities of that undertaking, to facilitate the conduct of those activities in accordance with the requirements applicable and in the safest possible way.
With regard to the undertaking’s activities, the adviser has the following duties in particular:
– monitoring compliance with the requirements governing the carriage of dangerous goods;
– advising his undertaking on the carriage of dangerous goods;
– preparing an annual report to the management of his undertaking or a local public authority, as appropriate, on the undertaking’s activities in the carriage of dangerous goods. Such annual reports shall be preserved for five years and made available to the national authorities at their request.
The adviser’s duties also include monitoring the following practices and procedures relating to the relevant activities of the undertaking:
– the procedures for compliance with the requirements governing the identification of dangerous goods being transported;
– the undertaking’s practice in taking account, when purchasing means of transport, of any special requirements in connection with the dangerous goods being transported;
– the procedures for checking the equipment used in connection with the carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods;
– the proper training of the undertaking’s employees, including on the changes to the regulations, and the maintenance of records of such training;
– the implementation of proper emergency procedures in the event of any accident or incident that may affect safety during the carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods;
– investigating and, where appropriate, preparing reports on serious accidents, incidents or serious infringements recorded during the carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods;
– the implementation of appropriate measures to avoid the recurrence of accidents, incidents or serious infringements;
– the account taken of the legal prescriptions and special requirements associated with the carriage of dangerous goods in the choice and use of sub-contractors or third parties;
– verification that employees involved in the “consigning,” (1) carriage, packing, filling, loading or unloading of dangerous goods have detailed operational procedures and instructions;
– the introduction of measures to increase awareness of the risks inherent in the carriage, packing, filling, loading and unloading of dangerous goods;
– the implementation of verification procedures to ensure the presence on board the means of transport of the documents and safety equipment which must accompany transport and the compliance of such documents and equipment with the regulations;
– the implementation of verification procedures to ensure compliance with the requirements governing packing, filling, loading and unloading;
– the existence of the security plan indicated in 1.10.3.2.

(1) Draft ADR 2019
(2) Corrigendum 1 ADR 2019

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ADR 2019: procedure into force 1° January 2019

ADR 2019: procedure into force 1° January 2019

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, acting in his capacity as depositary, communicates the following:

The Government of Portugal, in accordance with paragraph 1 of article 14 of the above Agreement, has transmitted to the Secretary-General the text of the proposed amendments to Annexes A and B, as amended, to the above Agreement. It will be recalled that the text of these proposed amendments had been approved by the Working Party on the Transport of Dangerous Goods of the Economic Commission for Europe at its 100th, 101st, 102nd, 103rd and 104th sessions.

The procedure for the amendment of annexes to the Agreement is set forth in its article 14, in particular, in paragraphs 2 and 3, which read as follows:
“2. The Secretary-General shall transmit any proposal made under paragraph 1 of this article to all Contracting Parties and inform thereof the other countries referred to in article 6, paragraph 1.
3. Any proposed amendment to the annexes shall be deemed to be accepted unless, within three months from the date on which the Secretary-General circulates it, at least one-third of the Contracting Parties, or five of them if one-third exceeds that figure, have given the Secretary-General written notification of their objection to the proposed amendment.

If the amendment is deemed to be accepted, it shall enter into force for all the Contracting Parties, either on the expiry of a further period of three months or, in cases where similar amendments have been or are likely to be made to the other international agreements referred to in paragraph 1 of this article, on the expiry of a period the duration of which shall be determined by the Secretary-General in such a way as to allow, wherever possible, the simultaneous entry into force of the amendment and those that have been or are likely to be made to such other agreements; such period shall not, however, be of less than one month’s duration.”

Consequently, unless the proposed amendments to the Annexes are deemed rejected pursuant to article 14 (3) within three months from the date of the notification, i.e., on 1 October 2018, the amendments in question will enter into force on 1 January 2019.

The texts of the proposed amendments are contained in the following documents:
– ECE/TRANS/WP.15/240,
– ECE/TRANS/WP.15/240/Corr.1
– ECE/TRANS/WP.15/240/Add.1,

which can be accessed on the website of the Transport Division of the Economic Commission for Europe at
the following address:

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ADR 2019: al via l’approvazione con la Comunicazione UNECE

ADR 2019: al via la procedura di approvazione con la comunicazione UNECE

Come da procedura (Art. 14 paragrafo 1 ADR), il Segretario Generale dell’ONU ha comunicato in data 1° Luglio 2018 con nota C.N.304.2018.TREATIES-XI.B.14, di aver ricevuto dal Portogallo (Chairman del WP.15), il testo degli emendamenti all’ADR che dovranno entrare in vigore il 1° gennaio 2019.

Se entro tre mesi (entro il 1° ottobre 2018) non vi saranno obiezioni da parte degli Stati contraenti tale testo risulterà definitivamente approvato.

ADR 2019: il Draft delle modifiche

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Normativa quadro Merci Pericolose | Consolidato 2018

Normativa quadro Merci Pericolose | Consolidato 2018

Il testo “Normativa quadro Merci Pericolose”, consolida i testi della Direttiva 2008/68/CE del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 24 settembre 2008 relativa al trasporto interno di merci pericolose (Direttiva quadro merci pericolose) e del Decreto Legislativo 27 gennaio 2010, n. 35 Attuazione della direttiva 2008/68/CE, relativa al trasporto interno di merci pericolose, con le modifiche dal 2009 al 2018.

Ed. 1.0 del 15 Maggio 2018.

Disponibile, in allegato, il testo consolidato Riservato Abbonati in formato PDF stampabile/copiabile.

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La direttiva 2008/68/CE è la Direttiva quadro dell’UE per il trasporto di merci pericolose:

– su strada | ADR
– su ferrovia | RID
– per via navigabile interna | ADN

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Ed. 1.0 2018 Normativa quadro Merci Pericolose | Consolidato 2018

Direttiva 2008/68/CE
del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 24 settembre 2008 relativa al trasporto interno di merci pericolose (GUUE L 260 del 30.9.2008, pag. 13)

Il testo consolidato della Direttiva 2008/68/CE tiene conto delle modifiche intervenute dal 2009 al 2018:

Decisione 2009/240/CE della Commissione del 4 marzo 2009

Decisione 2010/187/UE della Commissione del 25 marzo 2010

Direttiva 2010/61/UE della Commissione del 2 settembre 2010

Decisione 2011/26/UE della Commissione del 14 gennaio 2011

Decisione di esecuzione 2012/188/UE della Commissione del 4 aprile 2012

Direttiva 2012/45/UE della Commissione del 3 dicembre 2012

Decisione di esecuzione 2013/218/UE della Commissione del 6 maggio 2013

Direttiva 2014/103/UE della Commissione del 21 novembre 2014

Decisione di esecuzione (UE) 2015/217 della Commissione del 10 aprile 2014

Decisione di esecuzione (UE) 2015/974 della Commissione del 17 giugno 2015

Decisione di esecuzione (UE) 2016/629 della Commissione del 20 aprile 2016

Direttiva (UE) 2016/2309 della Commissione del 16 dicembre 2016

Decisione di esecuzione (UE) 2017/695 della Commissione del 7 aprile 2017

Direttiva (UE) 2018/217 della Commissione del 31 gennaio 2018

Decreto Legislativo 27 gennaio 2010, n. 35
Attuazione della direttiva 2008/68/CE, relativa al trasporto interno di merci pericolose. (G.U. n. 58 dell’ 11.03.2010)
Il testo consolidato del Decreto Legislativo 27 gennaio 2010 n. 35 tiene conto delle modifiche dal 2015 al 2017:

Decreto 16 gennaio 2015 (G.U. n.78 03/04/2015)Decreto 12 maggio 2017 (G.U. n.139 17/06/2017)

Formato: pdf
Pagine: +65
Edizione: 1.0
Pubblicato: 15/05/2018
Autore: Ing. Marco Maccarelli
Editore: Certifico s.r.l.
Lingue: Italiano
ISBN: 978-88-98550-746
Abbonati: Abbonati Trasporto ADR/3X/4X/Full

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ADR 2019: Draft amendments

 
ADR 2019: il Draft delle modifiche

Reports ECE/TRANS/WP.15/240  (Secretariat) Draft amendments to annexes A and B of ADR
Date: 7 March 2018
Session WP.15: 103rd

At its 103rd session, the Working Party on the Transport of Dangerous Goods requested the secretariat to prepare a consolidated list of all the amendments which it had adopted for entry into force on 1 January 2019 so that they could be made the subject of an official proposal in accordance with the procedure set out in article 14 of ADR, which, following usual practice, the Chairperson would be responsible for transmitting to the depositary through his Government. The notification would have to be issued no later than 1 July 2018, with a reference to 1 January 2019 as the scheduled date of entry into force (see ECE/TRANS/WP.15/239, paragraph 66). This document contains the requested consolidated list of amendments adopted by the Working Party at its 100th, 101st, 102nd and 103rd sessions (see ECE/TRANS/WP.15/233, annex II, ECE/TRANS/WP.15/235, annex I, ECE/TRANS/WP.15/237, annex I and ECE/TRANS/WP.15/239, annex I).

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ADR 2019: il Draft delle modifiche

ADR 2019: il Draft delle modifiche

Reports ECE/TRANS/WP.15/240  (Secretariat) Draft amendments to annexes A and B of ADR
Date: 7 March 2018

Il 1° gennaio 2019 è prevista la modifica dell’Accordo europeo relativa al trasporto internazionale su strada delle merci pericolose (ADR 2019), disponibili dall’UNECE il draft delle modifiche.

L’ADR è sottoposta a un’ampia revisione ogni due anni. Le modifiche, notificate agli Stati contraenti dal Segretariato dell’ONU a partire dalla fine di giugno, possono essere respinte nel quadro di una procedura di opposizione fino a tre mesi prima della loro entrata in vigore l’anno successivo.
Non è invece possibile presentare richieste di modifica relative a singole disposizioni.
Per lo svolgimento di una consultazione a livello nazionale, le modifiche all’ADR devono essere sottoposte ai destinatari già prima della notifica.

In allegato il draft degli emendamenti degli Allegati A e B dell’ADR 2019 adottati dal WP15 dell’UNECE per l’entrata in vigore il 1° Gennaio 2019, per l’adozione seguirà la proposta ufficiale in conformità della procedura di cui all’articolo 14 della ADR.

Le notifiche degli Stati membri al draft dovranno essere comunicate entro e non oltre 1° Luglio 2018, con un riferimento al 1° gennaio 2019 come data prevista di entrata in vigore delle modifiche, che saranno in veste di “ADR 2019”.

Di conseguenza, secondo le disposizioni dell’articolo 14, dell’accordo, le modifiche proposte agli allegati A e B, entreranno in vigore per tutte le parti contraenti il 1° gennaio 2019.

In allegato il draft in FR/EN delle modifiche previste.

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Multilateral Agreement M310

Multilateral Agreement M310

Multilateral Agreement Under paragraph 1.5.1 of ADR, concerning the transport of UN 2672 ammonia solution in rigid and composite IBCs

1. By derogation from the requirements of section 4.1.1.10, IBC03, UN 2672 ammonia solution with up to but not more than 35% ammonia may also be carried in rigid or composite plastics IBCs of types 31H1, 31H2 and 31HZ1.

2. The IBC shall be provided with a device to allow venting during carriage. The inlet to the venting device shall be sited in the vapour space of the IBC under maximum filling conditions during carriage and shall meet the provisions of section 4.1.1.8 of ADR.

3. The IBC (s) shall only be carried in an ‘open vehicle’ as defined in chapter 1.2.1 of ADR.

4. This derogation shall not be applicable to carriage through the Channel Tunnel.

5. The consignor shall enter in the transport document: “Carriage agreed under the terms
of section 1.5.1 of ADR (M310)”

6. This agreement shall be valid until 31 January 2022 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 ofthose ADR Contracting Parties signatory to this agreement which have not revoked it.

Dublin, 25 January, 2018

For the Competent Authority in Ireland for ADR

COUNTRY SIGNED REVOKED
Ireland 25/01/2018
United Kingdom 26/01/2018
Italy 28/03/2018

Date of expiry: 1 February 2022 (corrected)

Multilateral Agreement in English

Explanatory letter in English

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Requisiti relativi all’addestramento dell’equipaggio del veicolo ADR

Formazione conducenti – C.F.P. ADR

Capitolo 8.2 ADR 2017

La materia sulla formazione professionale dei conducenti è disciplinata dall’ADR nel capitolo 8.2 relativo all’equipaggio del veicolo.

E’ previsto che i conducenti dei veicoli destinati ai trasporti nazionali ed internazionali di merci pericolose su strada, devono essere muniti di apposito certificato di formazione professionale previsto dall’ADR, noto anche come “patentino ADR”.

Il certificato di formazione professionale è obbligatorio sia per i trasporti nazionali che per quelli internazionali, con veicoli con qualsiasi massa complessiva a pieno carico per quantitativi superiori a quelli di esenzione indicati nel capitolo 1.1.3.6.

[alert]Il certificato di formazione professionale è obbligatorio sia per i trasporti nazionali che per quelli internazionali, con veicoli con qualsiasi massa complessiva a pieno carico per quantitativi superiori a quelli di esenzione indicati nel capitolo 1.1.3.6.[/alert]

Per la guida dei veicoli di qualsiasi massa (anche inferiore a 3,5 t) adibiti al trasporto nazionale o internazionale (in tutti gli Stati firmatari dell’accordo ADR) di merci, classificate pericolose ai sensi dell’ADR, che superano i limiti di esenzione è obbligatorio il possesso del certificato di formazione professionale (CFP).

Qualora il CFP non sia obbligatorio, il conducente, al pari di ogni altro personale che ha a che fare col trasporto di merci pericolose, deve aver comunque ricevuto un’adeguata formazione.

I conducenti conseguono il patentino dopo aver seguito i corsi di formazione ed aver superato i relativi esami scritti mediante l’utilizzo di questionari.

Il certificato di formazione professionale ha una validità massima di cinque anni.

Nell’anno che precede le relative scadenze, tutti i conducenti potranno ottenere il rinnovo del patentino esclusivamente se superano il corso di aggiornamento ed i successivi esami scritti corrispondenti alla formazione posseduta.

All’interno dello stesso certificato vi sono quattro abilitazioni: base e tre diverse specializzazioni (cisterna, esplosivi, radiottivi).

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Requirements concerning the training of the vehicle crew ADR

Requirements concerning the training of the vehicle crew

Chapter 8.2 ADR 2017

The subject on the professional training of drivers is governed by the ADR in chapter 8.2 relating to the vehicle crew.

It is envisaged that drivers of vehicles destined for national and international transport of dangerous goods by road must be provided with a specific professional training certificate provided for by the ADR, also known as the “ADR license”. The certificate of professional training is mandatory for both national and international transport, with vehicles with any total mass at full load for quantities greater than the exemption indicated in chapter 1.1.3.6.

The certificate of professional training is mandatory for both national and international transport, with vehicles with any total mass at full load for quantities greater than those of exemption indicated in chapter 1.1.3.6. 

For driving vehicles of any mass (even less than 3.5 t) used for national or international transport (in all States signatories of the ADR agreement) of goods, classified as dangerous according to the ADR, which exceed the limits of exemption is mandatory possession of the certificate of professional training (CFP).

If the CFP is not mandatory, the driver, like any other personnel dealing with the transport of dangerous goods, must have received adequate training. Drivers obtain the license after following the training courses and have passed the related written exams through the use of questionnaires.

The vocational training certificate is valid for up to five years. In the year preceding the relative deadlines, all drivers will be able to obtain the renewal of the license only if they pass the refresher course and the subsequent written exams corresponding to the training held. Within the same certificate there are four qualifications: basic and three different specializations (cistern, explosives, radioactive).

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