DIRETTIVA 2014/103/UE DELLA COMMISSIONE del 21 novembre 2014 che adegua per la terza volta al progresso scientifico e tecnico gli allegati della direttiva 2008/68/CE del Parlamento europeo e del Consiglio relativa al trasporto interno di merci
COMMISSION DIRECTIVE 2014/103/EU of 21 November 2014 adapting for the third time the Annexes to Directive 2008/68/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the inland transport of dangerous goods to scientific and technical progress
I documenti compilati, “Report materia” e “Tremcards P.0”, sono archiviati automaticamente e possono essere stampati con Air Print o inviati via e-mail in formato PDF.
Il parametro “Safety” dà informazioni sull’Area di Sicurezza (A.S.), dipendente dal quantitativo della merce trasportata “Q” e dal codice “Kemler” corretta da un fattore “K”, per la quale si ritiene che la merce trasportata debba essere debitamente delimitata a tale valore in caso di incidente che possa comportare un rischio per la salute e la sicurezza pubblica (leggere con attenzione il Disclaimer).
(2) Tremcards P.0
La “Tremcards P.0” (Transport Emergency Cards – P.0) è formata da 4 pagine di Istruzioni Scritte ufficiali ADR + Pagina 0 di Informazioni Preliminari Certifico “P.0”.
La pagina “P.0” è stata introdotta in aggiunta alle Istruzioni Scritte ADR per facilitare una migliore individuazione delle merci trasportate in caso di emergenza e come indicato in nota 2 di pagina 3 delle Istruzioni Scritte ADR per aggiungere “Ulteriori Istruzioni”: ADR 5.4.3 Nota (2) delle ISTRUZIONI SCRITTE: “Le ulteriori istruzioni qui sopra indicate possono essere adattate in relazione alle classi di merci pericolose trasportate e al mezzo di trasporto.”
Safety e Tremcards P.0 sono modelli depositati Certifico S.r.l. – Italia
The completed documents, “Substance Report” and “Tremcards P.0” are automatically stored and can be printed with Air Print or sent via e-mail in pdf format.
The “Safety” parameter for information on the “Safety Area” (S.A.), depends on the quantity “Q” of carried goods and the code “Kemler” corrected by a “K” factor, for which it is believed that the goods to be transported duly bounded to that value in the event of an accident that could pose a risk to public health and safety (carefully read the Disclaimer).
(2) Tremcards P.0
The “Tremcards P.0” (Transport Emergency Cards – P.0) consists of 4 pages: Instruction in writing according ADR + Page “0” of Getting Started Certifico “P.0”.
The “P.0” was introduced in addition to the Instruction in writing according ADR to facilitate a better identification of the goods carried in emergency situation and as indicated in note 2 on page 3 of the Instruction in writing to add “Additional guidance”:
ADR cap. 5.4.3 Note (2) Instruction in writing: “Additional guidance shown above may be adapted to reflect the classes of dangerous goods to be carried and their means of transportation”
Safety and Tremcards P.0 are trademarks of Certifico S.r.l. – Italy.
UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Model Regulations 18a revised edition
Table of contents Volume I (Recommendations, Parts 1 to 3, Dangerous Goods List, Appendices and Alphabetical Index) Volume II (Parts 4 to 7 and Table of Correspondence)
Part 1: General provisions, definitions, training and security Part 2: Classification Part 3: Dangerous goods list, special provisions and exceptions Corrigendum 1 Corrigendum 2 Appendices Alphabetical index of substances and articles Part 4: Packing and tank provisions Part 5: Consignment procedures Part 6: Requirements for the construction and testing of packagings, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), large packagings, portable tanks, multiple-element gas containers (MEGCs) and bulk containers Part 7: Provisions concerning transport operations Table of correspondence between paragraph numbers in the IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material (2012 Edition) and the eighteenth revised edition of the Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Model Regulations
In the last page of “Instructions in writing according to ADR”, make the following modifications:
Under “for each member of the vehicle crew”, in the first indent, delete “(e.g. as described in the EN 471 standard)”.
In the fourth indent, delete “(e.g. protective goggles)”.
Delete footnote “b” and rename current “c” as “b”.
Under “Additional equipment required for certain classes:”, amend all the references to footnote “c” to read “b”.
Guidelines for the security of the transport of dangerous goods by road
These guidelines provide a list of practical options on how a company can meet the requirements of the Chapter 1.10 on Security Provisions in ADR 2013.
They are the result of a cooperation between 11 industry associations, which represent a large part of manufacturing, transport, distribution and forwarding industries, involved in the transport of dangerous goods.
These Guidelines have been designed to provide as comprehensive a range of technical and operational options as possible, from which users can select their optimum mix measurements The current guidelines replace a previous version (dating from 2010) and are in line with the Security Provisions of ADR 2013
European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR 2015)
Published: September 2014
Adopted on 30 September 1957 in Geneva under the auspices of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), the ADR entered into force on 29 January 1968.
This authoritative Agreement is intended to increase the safety of international transport of dangerous goods by road. Its Annexes A and B contain the technical requirements for road transport, i.e. the conditions under which dangerous goods, when authorized for transport, may be carried internationally, as well as uniform provisions concerning the construction and operation of vehicles carrying dangerous goods. They also establish international requirements and procedures for training and safety obligations of participants.
The Agreement has been regularly amended and updated since its entry into force. This version has been prepared on the basis of amendments applicable as from 1 January 2015.
Previous editions and CD-ROM versions of this publication are also available: bibliographic information on all editions and language versions
For more information on this agreement, visit the ADR section of the UNECE Transport Division Website.
Complete set of two volumes
Sales # E/F/R.14.VIII.1
ISBN 978-92-1-139149-7 (English)
Price: US$ 175
Languages: English (French and Russian forthcoming)
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