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Paragraph 3.1.2.5 of the DGP-WG/21 report: Chapter 1 CLASS 1 — EXPLOSIVES . . . 1.4 COMPATIBILITY GROUPS . . . 1.4.2.1 Certain Division 1.4S explosives, identified by Special Provision A165 in Table 3-1, are subject to Test Series 6 (d) of Part I of the UN UN Manual of Tests and Criteria (see ST/SG/AC.10/11/Rev.6 and Amend.1) to demonstrate that any hazardous effects arising from functioning are confined within the package. Evidence of a hazardous effect outside the package includes: a) denting or perforation of the witness plate beneath the package; b) a flash or flame capable of igniting such as a sheet of 80 ± 3 g/m² paper at a distance of 25 cm from the package; c) disruption of the package causing projection of the explosives contents; or d) a projection which passes completely through the packaging (a projection or fragment retained or stuck in the wall of the packaging is considered as non-hazardous). (...) The water must have an initial pH of 6-8 and a maximum conductivity of 1 mS/m at 20°C. The total activity of the free volume of water must be measured following the 7-day immersion of the test sample. 7.2.3.4.3.4 Demonstration of compliance with the performance standards in 7.2.3.4.1 and, 7.2.3.4.2 and 7.2.3.4.3 must be in accordance with 6;7.11.1 and 6;7.11.2. . . . 7.2.4.1.1.3 Radioactive material which is enclosed in or is included as a component part of an instrument or other manufactured article may be classified under UN 2911 — Radioactive material, excepted package — instruments or articles provided that: a) the dose rate at 10 cm from any point on the external surface of any unpackaged instrument or article is not greater than 0.1 mSv/h; and b) each instrument or article bears the mark “RADIOACTIVE” on its external surface except for the following: i) radioluminescent time-pieces or devices; ii) consumer products that either have received regulatory approval in accordance with 1;6.1.4 c) or do not individually exceed the activity limit for an exempt consignment in Table 2-12 (column 5), provided such products are transported in a package that bears the mark “RADIOACTIVE” on an internal surface in such a manner that a warning of the presence of radioactive material is visible on opening the package; and iii) other instruments or articles too small to bear the mark “RADIOACTIVE”, provided that they are transported in a package that bears the mark “RADIOACTIVE” on its internal surface in such a manner that a warning of the presence of radioactive material is visible on opening the package; c) the active material is completely enclosed by non-active components (a device performing the sole function of containing radioactive material must not be considered to be an instrument or manufactured article); d) the limits specified in columns 2 and 3 of Table 2-14 are met for each individual item and each package, respectively; e) reserved; and UN Model Regulations, 2.7.2.4.1.3 (f) (see ST/SG/AC.10/1/Rev.21, Vol. I and II Corrigendum 1): f) if the package contains fissile material, one of the provisions of 7.2.3.5.1 a) to f) must apply applies. 7.2.4.1.1.4 Radioactive material in forms other than as specified in 7.2.4.1.1.3 and with an activity not exceeding the limits specified in column 4 of Table 2-14 may be classified under UN 2910 — Radioactive material, excepted package — limited quantity of material, provided that: a) the package retains its radioactive contents under routine conditions of transport; b) the package bears the mark “RADIOACTIVE” on either: i) an internal surface in such a manner that a warning of the presence of radioactive material is visible on opening the package; or ii) the outside of the package, where it is impractical to mark an internal surface; and DGP/28-WP/12 - 7 - UN Model Regulations, 2.7.2.4.1.4 (c) (see ST/SG/AC.10/1/Rev.21, Vol.
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Score: 956227.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP28/DGP.28.WP.012.1.en.pdf
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X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992":duration; CONDITIONAL PACKAGES scheduledManagedObjectsPackage PRESENT IF "An instance supports it (...) X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2" : eventLogRecord; CHARACTERIZED BY operationResultRecordPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR operationResultRecordBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "see 8.3.11.2";; ATTRIBUTES operationResult GET;;; REGISTERED AS {schedMo 10}; multiScheduler MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM scheduler; CHARACTERIZED BY multiSchedulerPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multiSchedulerPackageBeh BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See section 8.2.10 Multi-scheduler.";; ATTRIBUTES schedulingData GET-REPLACE ADD-REMOVE;;; CONDITIONAL PACKAGES intervalSchedulingPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR intervalSchedulingPackageBeh BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "Because the schedules defined in the attribute schedulingData are independent, the possibility exists that none of the intervals are valid. (...) X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992":system AND SUBCLASSES; WITH ATTRIBUTE typeOfDayControllerId; CREATE WITH-REFERENCE-OBJECT, WITH-AUTOMATIC-INSTANCE-NAMING; DELETE; REGISTERED AS { schedNb 4}; multipleDailyScheduling PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multipleDailySchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.3 and 8.3.4.3";; ATTRIBUTES sequenceOfDays DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module.defaultSequenceOfDays GET-REPLACE; REGISTERED AS {schedPkg 10}; multipleMonthlyScheduling PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multipleMonthlySchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.3 and 8.3.6.3";; ATTRIBUTES sequenceOfMonths DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module.defaultSequenceOfMonths GET-REPLACE; REGISTERED AS {schedPkg 11}; multipleWeeklyScheduling PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multipleWeeklySchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.3 and 8.3.5.3";; ATTRIBUTES sequenceOfWeeks DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module.defaultSequenceOfWeeks GET-REPLACE; REGISTERED AS {schedPkg 12}; periodicSchedulingPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR periodicSchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.7.3";; ATTRIBUTES timePeriod DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module.defaultTimePeriod GET-REPLACE; REGISTERED AS {schedPkg 4}; resynchronizeModePackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR resynchronizeModePackageBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.8.3";; ATTRIBUTES resynchronizeMode GET-REPLACE; REGISTERED AS {schedPkg 5}; scheduledManagedObjectsPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR scheduledManagedObjectBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.2";; ATTRIBUTES scheduledManagedObjects GET; REGISTERED AS {schedPkg 6}; schedulerObjectPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR schedulerObjectBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.1.4";; ATTRIBUTES schedulerID GET, "Rec.
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Score: 956193.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../fl/itu-t/x/x746/2000/x746.gdm
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DGP/20-WP/5 - 10 - 7.4 REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL FORM RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL . . . 7.4.6 Specimens that comprise or simulate radioactive material enclosed in a sealed capsule may be excepted from: a) the tests prescribed in 7.4.5 a) and b) provided the mass of the special form radioactive material: (i) is less than 200 g and they are alternatively subjected to the Class 4 impact test prescribed in ISO 2919:1980 1990 “Radiation protection - Sealed radioactive sources General requirements and classification”; or (ii) is less than 500 g and they are alternatively subjected to the Class 5 impact test prescribed in ISO 2919:1990: “Sealed Radioactive Sources - Classification; and b) the test prescribed in 7.4.5 d) provided they are alternatively subjected to the Class 6 temperature test specified in ISO 2919:1980 1990 “Sealed radioactive sources — Classification”. . . . 7.7 ACTIVITY LIMITS AND MATERIAL RESTRICTIONS 7.7.1 Contents limits for packages . . . 7.7.1.7 Packages containing fissile material Unless excepted by 6;7.10.2 Ppackages containing fissile material must not contain: a) a mass of fissile material different from that authorized for the package design; b) any radionuclide or fissile material different from those authorized for the package design; or c) contents in a form or physical or chemical state, or in a spatial arrangement, different from those authorized for the package design; as specified in their certificates of approval, where appropriate. 7.7.1.8 Packages containing uranium hexafluoride The mass of uranium hexafluoride in a package must not exceed a value that would lead to an ullage smaller than 5 per cent at the maximum temperature of the package, as specified for the plant systems DGP/20-WP/5 - 11 - where the package must be used. (...) Packages containing uranium hexafluoride must not contain: (a) a mass of uranium hexafluoride different from that authorized for the package design; (b) a mass of uranium hexafluoride greater than a value that would lead to an ullage smaller than 5 percent at the maximum temperature of the package as specified for the plant systems where the package will be used; or (c) uranium hexafluoride other than in solid form or at an internal pressure above atmospheric pressure when presented for transport. 7.7.2 Activity levels 7.7.2.1 The following basic values for individual radionuclides are given in Table 2-13: a) A1 and A2 in TBq; b) activity concentration for exempt material in Bq/g; and c) activity limits for exempt consignments in Bq. 7.7.2.2 For individual radionuclides which are not listed in Table 2-13, the determination of the basic radionuclide values referred to in 7.7.2.1 must require competent authority approval or, for international transport, multilateral approval. (...) Basic radionuclide values for unknown radionuclides or mixtures Radioactive contents A1 (Tbq) A2 (Tbq) Activity concentration for exempt material (Bq/g) Activity limit for an exempt consignment (Bq) Only beta- or gamma- emitting nuclides are known to be present 0.1 0.02 1 × 101 1 × 104 OnlyaAlpha-emitting nuclides but no neutron emitters are known to be present 0.2 9 × 10-5 1 × 10-1 1 × 103 Neutron emitting nuclides are known to be present or no No relevant data are available 0.001 9 × 10-5 1 × 10-1 1 × 103 DGP/20-WP/5 - 15 - 7.8 LIMITS ON TRANSPORT INDEX, CRITICALITY SAFETY INDEX, RADIATION LEVELS FOR PACKAGES AND OVERPACKS 7.8.1 Except for consignments under exclusive use, the transport index of any package or overpack must not exceed 10, nor must the criticality safety index of any package or overpack exceed 50. 7.8.2 Except for packages or overpacks transported under exclusive use and special arrangement under the conditions specified in 7;2.9.5.3, the maximum radiation level at any point on any external surface of a package or overpack must not exceed 2 mSv/h. 7.8.3 The maximum radiation level at any point on any external surface of a package or overpack under exclusive use must not exceed 10 mSv/h. 7.8.4 Packages and overpacks must be assigned to either category I-WHITE, II-YELLOW or III-YELLOW in accordance with the conditions specified in Table 2-15 and with the following requirements: a) for a package or overpack, both the transport index and the surface radiation level conditions must be taken into account in determining which is the appropriate category.
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Score: 953743.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ing%20Papers/DGP.20.WP.005.pdf
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Philatelic package WPD 2022 Contact us Events EN FR Login Close News & Media UPU Partner with us Members' Centre Postal Solutions About UPU Acts Archives of Congresses Strategy Member Countries Bodies Congress Council of Administration Postal Operations Council Consultative Committee International Bureau Director General Deputy Director General Cooperatives & Boards Restricted Unions Finance Audits External audits Internal audits Joint Inspection Unit of the United Nations System History Role in the UN Languages TERMPOST Activities Physical Services Addressing Postal Products Remuneration Postal Supply Chain Digital Services Digital readiness for e-commerce (DRE) UPU CYBERSECURITY FRAMEWORK .POST Domain Research eTrade for All WSIS Financial Services Postal Payment Services Postal Payment Services User Group Latest activities Research Technical Assistance Signatories of the UPU Multilateral Agreement Sustainable Development Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Disaster Risk Management The Postal Social Services Project Technical Cooperation Trade Facilitation Research & Publications Integrated Index for Postal Development Postal Economics Postal Statistics All publications Philately & IRCs Philatelic package WPD 2022 Philately Development International Reply Coupons (IRCs) WADP Numbering System (WNS) Standardization Outreach & Campaigns SDGs in focus Goal 5 Goal 3 Goal 9 Goal 8 Goal 12 Goal 16 Dangerous Goods International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People UPU World CEO Forum UPU World Leaders Forum World Post Day Conference Services Procurement Careers Login Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback   News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Postal solidarity in action Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 EN  /  FR Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal   Universal Postal Union Activities Philately & IRCs Philatelic package WPD 2022 News & Media UPU Partner with us Members' Centre Postal Solutions Close World Post Day 2022 Commemorative issue The International Bureau would like to invite UPU's member countries and their designated operators to celebrate World Post Day (October 9) with a commemorative philatelic issue. (...) You will find the information brochure describing the complete philatelic package (stamp, sheets, first-day cover, etc.) below. (...) They will not need to sign a contract for the issue of the stamp and its philatelic elements with the UPU. Philately package Philately package 08.06.2022 Discover the UPU philatelic package.
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Score: 952883.4 - https://www.upu.int/en/Univers...Cs/Philatelic-package-WPD-2022
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The power of packaging: Canada Post takes the lead in circularity Contact us Events EN FR Login Close News & Media UPU Partner with us Members' Centre Postal Solutions Press Press Releases Backgrounders & Factsheets Speeches Media Contacts Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter Login Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback   News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Postal solidarity in action Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 EN  /  FR Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal   Actualités et médias The power of packaging: Canada Post takes the lead in circularity News & Media UPU Partner with us Members' Centre Postal Solutions Close The power of packaging: Canada Post takes the lead in circularity   Published: 13.07.2022 Share Facebook Twitter Copy link Online shoppers are more focused than ever on not only the products they buy, but also the environmental impacts of the packaging in which they come. That’s why Canada Post has taken several steps to support businesses in their efforts to improve packaging practices. The post created a packaging guide for merchants and teamed with Nespresso Canada to support its coffee capsule recycling programme.   (...) “Failing to pay attention to packaging can yield consequences no merchant wants to face.
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Score: 952732.6 - https://www.upu.int/en/News/20...-takes-the-lead-in-circularity
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Marketing strategy 6.1 Market entry strategy 6.2 Markets and segments 6.3 Positioning strategy 6.4 Branding strategy 6.5 Product strategy (unique selling proposition, product development, packaging) 6.6 Pricing strategy 6.7 Distribution strategy 6.8 Promotional strategy 7. (...) For example, if one of the objectives of your marketing strategy is to increase your organization’s product range, the activities necessary to reach this objective may include: obtaining quotations from suppliers of new packaging materials, obtaining and testing samples, ordering the chosen packaging material, training workers, pricing the new product, etc. (...) Marketing & sales Send Biofach application form Marketing officer Develop new promotion materials Marketing officer ... 21 Example of a checklist for export activities b u s in e s s p la n n in g Activity Duration Start date End date (deadine) Staff member Costs Inputs Train produce agents/harvesting teams Plan target volume Discuss buying terms with farmers Obtain prefinancing Inform buyers on volumes and start contract negotiations Buy packaging material Send samples to buyers Finalize prefinancing and contracts with buyers Secure transportation to packaging facility and obtain shipping/flight schedules Hire and train temporary workers Harvest/buy produce, label for traceability, record transactions Transport to packaging facility and secure shipping/flights Final sorting and packaging, label for traceability, keep records Insure products Transport to (air)port, offload and transit storage and fumigation Export documents (phytosanitary documents, certificate of origin, EUR movement certificate) Loading; send bill of lading to buyer and make request for payment Upon payment, pay back prefinancing and loans, pay taxes and any outstanding payments to farmers and service providers Request feedback on delivery from buyer (quality, timeliness, etc.)
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Score: 951762.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ocs/Manual_EXP_EN_Module_3.pdf
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II.2 Additional requirements — The equipment must be secured against movement within the outer packaging and must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation. — Cells and batteries must be protected so as to prevent short circuits. — The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packagings constructed of suitable material of adequate strength and design in relation to the packaging’s capacity and its intended use unless the battery is afforded equivalent protection by the equipment in which it is contained.Where multiple pieces of equipment are packed in the same outer packaging, each piece of equipment must be packed and protected against contact with other equipment so as to prevent damage. — Each package must be marked with the appropriate lithium battery mark (Figure 5-3). (...) UN number and proper shipping name Package quantity (Section I) Passenger Cargo UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment 5 kg of lithium metal cells or batteries 35 kg of lithium metal cells or batteries I.2 Additional requirements — The equipment must be secured against movement within the outer packaging and must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation. — The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packagings constructed of suitable material of adequate strength and design in relation to the packaging’s capacity and its intended use unless the battery is afforded equivalent protection by the equipment in which it is contained.Where multiple pieces of equipment are packed in the same outer packaging, each piece of equipment must be packed and protected against contact with other equipment so as to prevent damage. — The quantity of lithium metal contained in any piece of equipment must not exceed 12 g per cell and 500 g per battery. . . . (...) II.2 Additional requirements — The equipment must be secured against movement within the outer packaging and must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation. — Cells and batteries must be protected so as to prevent short circuits. — The equipment must be packed in strong rigid outer packagings constructed of suitable material of adequate strength and design in relation to the packaging’s capacity and its intended use unless the battery is afforded equivalent protection by the equipment in which it is contained.Where multiple pieces of equipment are packed in the same outer packaging, each piece of equipment must be packed and protected against contact with other equipment so as to prevent damage. — Each package must be marked with the appropriate lithium battery mark (Figure 5-3).
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Score: 950131.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG21/DGPWG.21.WP.023.2.en.pdf
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X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992": duration ; CONDITIONAL PACKAGES scheduledManagedObjectsPackage PRESENT IF "An instance supports it (...) X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2" : eventLogRecord ; CHARACTERIZED BY operationResultRecordPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR operationResultRecordBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "see 8.3.11.2";; ATTRIBUTES operationResult GET ;;; REGISTERED AS { schedMo 10}; multiScheduler MANAGED OBJECT CLASS DERIVED FROM scheduler ; CHARACTERIZED BY multiSchedulerPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multiSchedulerPackageBeh BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See section 8.2.10 Multi-scheduler.";; ATTRIBUTES schedulingData GET-REPLACE ADD-REMOVE ;;; CONDITIONAL PACKAGES intervalSchedulingPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR intervalSchedulingPackageBeh BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "Because the schedules defined in the attribute schedulingData are independent, the possibility exists that none of the intervals are valid. (...) X.721 | ISO/IEC 10165-2 : 1992": system AND SUBCLASSES ; WITH ATTRIBUTE typeOfDayControllerId ; CREATE WITH-REFERENCE-OBJECT , WITH-AUTOMATIC-INSTANCE-NAMING ; DELETE ; REGISTERED AS { schedNb 4}; multipleDailyScheduling PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multipleDailySchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.3 and 8.3.4.3";; ATTRIBUTES sequenceOfDays DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module. defaultSequenceOfDays GET-REPLACE ; REGISTERED AS { schedPkg 10}; multipleMonthlyScheduling PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multipleMonthlySchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.3 and 8.3.6.3";; ATTRIBUTES sequenceOfMonths DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module. defaultSequenceOfMonths GET-REPLACE ; REGISTERED AS { schedPkg 11}; multipleWeeklyScheduling PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR multipleWeeklySchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.3 and 8.3.5.3";; ATTRIBUTES sequenceOfWeeks DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module. defaultSequenceOfWeeks GET-REPLACE ; REGISTERED AS { schedPkg 12}; periodicSchedulingPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR periodicSchedulingBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.7.3";; ATTRIBUTES timePeriod DEFAULT VALUE Schedulerev1-ASN1Module. defaultTimePeriod GET-REPLACE ; REGISTERED AS { schedPkg 4}; resynchronizeModePackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR resynchronizeModePackageBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.8.3";; ATTRIBUTES resynchronizeMode GET-REPLACE ; REGISTERED AS { schedPkg 5}; scheduledManagedObjectsPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR scheduledManagedObjectBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.2";; ATTRIBUTES scheduledManagedObjects GET ; REGISTERED AS { schedPkg 6}; schedulerObjectPackage PACKAGE BEHAVIOUR schedulerObjectBehaviour BEHAVIOUR DEFINED AS "See 8.3.1.4";; ATTRIBUTES schedulerID GET , "Rec.
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Score: 950069 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...fl/itu-t/x/x746/2000/x746.html
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It is also not clear who issues such licenses.  It appears that, first of all, no specific legislation in relation to licensing of activities in relation to plant protection products / pesticides exists in Uzbekistan. (...) In most of the countries there are no licenses required for transport and distribution activities with pesticides. So, it can be recommended to follow international standards for the transport of dangerous goods, set out requirements for vehicles and containers, introduce licensing and inspections of the vehicles and operators that conduct transport activities. (...) So, it can be recommended to follow these international standards too. Packaging and re-packaging In light of the above presented analyses of the national legal provisions in relation to packaging of pesticide products and evident gaps in safe management, it can be recommended the following:  Specific technical requirements for packaging and re- packaging should be adopted or clearly presented in the national legal framework in line with the detailed FAO International Guidelines for Packaging and Storage of Pesticides;  Such technical requirements for packaging and re-packaging should be incorporated into the registration process;  Specific national technical requirements for packaging and re-packaging should require packaging that is safe, will not degrade under normal conditions, does not resemble common packaging of consumable goods, has a child safety mechanism, prominently displays the approved label and is difficult or unattractive for re-use;  Specific national technical requirements for packaging and re-packaging should prohibit the re-packaging or decanting of pesticide into food or drink containers;  It can be considered to ban re-packing if effective controls are not possible and require that packaging or re-packaging only take place on licensed premises where staff is adequately protected.
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Score: 948161.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ion_in_the_EECCA_countries.pdf
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For some international protocols, such as some variants of the R2 Signaling System, it would typically be necessary to implement the bcas, icas, casblk and r2 packages to fully support the interface. 2 Scope The icas package presented in this draft is an extension of the bcas package (as per definition of package extensions in H.248.1). Any termination supporting this package must also support the bcas package. Only signals and events related to generic international CAS signaling operation, both for automatic or semi-automatic working, have been considered for inclusion in the icas package. (...) As there is no single standard mechanism to implement such features (they vary from country to country), they have not been considered in this package. If these are required it is expected they would be implemented by defining additional signals and events in new packages that either extend the bcas package or this icas package.
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Score: 944600.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...VD-2316_int_cas_comments_2.doc
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