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The completed package for the cells or batteries must meet the Packing Group II performance requirements; or — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with equipment in a package that meets the Packing Group II performance requirements. — The equipment must be secured against movement within the outer packaging and must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation. — For the purpose of this packing instruction, “equipment” means apparatus requiring the lithium ion batteries with which it is packed for its operation. — Batteries manufactured after 31 December 2011 must be marked with the Watt-hour rating on the outside case. (...) The completed package for the cells or batteries must meet the Packing Group II performance requirements; or — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with equipment in a package that meets the Packing Group II performance requirements. — The equipment must be secured against movement within the outer packaging and must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation. — For the purpose of this packing instruction, “equipment” means apparatus requiring the lithium batteries with which it is packed for its operation. — For lithium metal cells and batteries prepared for transport on passenger aircraft as Class 9: — cells and batteries offered for transport on passenger aircraft must be packed in intermediate or outer rigid metal packaging surrounded by cushioning material that is non-combustible and non-conductive and placed inside an outer packaging. (...) This includes protection against contact with conductive materials within the same packaging that could lead to a short circuit. — The equipment must be secured against movement within the outer packaging and must be equipped with an effective means of preventing accidental activation. — The maximum number of batteries in each package must be the minimum number required to power the equipment, plus two spares. — Each package of cells or batteries, or the completed package, must be capable of withstanding a 1.2 m drop test in any orientation without: — damage to cells or batteries contained therein; — shifting of the contents so as to allow battery to battery (or cell to cell) contact; — release of contents. — Each package must be labelled with a lithium battery handling label (Figure 5-31). — Each consignment must be accompanied with a document with an indication that: — the package contains lithium metal cells or batteries; — the package must be handled with care and that a flammability hazard exists if the package is damaged; — special procedures must be followed in the event the package is damaged, to include inspection and repacking if necessary; and — a telephone number for additional information. — The words “lithium metal batteries, in compliance with Section II of PI969” must be place
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Score: 919328.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2013/DGPWG.13.WP.006.5.en.pdf
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However, where the packing instruction number and the permitted quantity per package are identical for passenger and cargo aircraft, the “Cargo aircraft only” label should not be used; 2) to each Type B(M) package of radioactive material and any freight container containing such a Type B(M) package; 3) on the same surface of the package near the hazard labels; b) when required by the provisions of 34;1.1.13, either the “Package Orientation” label (Figure 5-24), or pre-printed package orientation labels meeting the same specification as either Figure 5-2224 or ISO Standard 780-1985, must be affixed to or printed on at least two opposite vertical sides of the package with the arrows pointing in the correct direction. (...) For fissile material, the mass of fissile material in units of grams (g), or appropriate multiples thereof, may be used in place of activity; d) The category of the package, i.e. I-WHITE, II-YELLOW, III-YELLOW; e) The transport index (categories II-YELLOW and III-YELLOW only); f) For consignments including fissile material other than consignments excepted under 6.4.11.2, the criticality safety index; g) The identification mark for each competent authority approval certificate (special form radioactive material, low dispersible radioactive material, special arrangement, package design, or shipment) applicable to the consignment; h) For consignments of more than one package, the information contained in 4.1.4.1 a) to c) and 4.1.5.7.1 a) to g) must be given for each package. (...) If packages are to be removed from the overpack or freight container at a point of intermediate unloading, appropriate transport documents must be made available; i) Where a consignment is required to be shipped under exclusive use, the statement “EXCLUSIVE USE SHIPMENT”; and j) For LSA-II, LSA-III, SCO-I and SCO-II, the total activity of the consignment as a multiple of A2. — END — - 11 - DGP/19-WP/6
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Score: 918884.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ods/DGP19/DGP.19.wp.006.en.pdf
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In order to achieve this aim, the proposed terms of r​eference of this group are as follows: To be the ITU-T Study Group 12 liaison to Workshops, Symposia and forums; To encourage wider participation in international quality of service activities; To identify and develop performance monitoring activities for quality of service purposes; To identify procedures and practices which should be considered for inclusion in the ITU-T documentation; To disseminate information relating to quality of service techniques and procedures; To encourage the development of a coordinated approach to the study of quality of service; To pursue other activities which may improve the quality of the international service.​ (...) Martin Adolph, ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, E-mail: tsbsg12@itu.int Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 17 Page Content 16 Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Activities 2013-2016 Previous activities Related workshops Page Content 11 ​Amsterdam, The Netherlands: 9-13 May 2016 Meeting announcement Invitation letter Practical information ​ Meeting agenda ​ Meeting do​cuments ​ Athens, Greece, 9-11 September 2015 Meeting announcement  Invitation letter Meeting agenda Meeting programme Meeting documents Practical Information Recommended hotels Dubai, UAE, 4-6 November 2014 Meeting announcement   Invitation letter Meeting agenda Meeting programme Meeting documents QSDG document package 1 QSDG document package 2 QSDG document package 3 QSDG document package 4 QSDG document package 5 ​ Practical Information   Accra, Ghana, 16-20 September 2013 ​ Meeting announcement Invitation letter Meeting agenda Meeting documents Practical Information ​ Page Content 12 QSDG activities in the 2009-2012 study period Page Content 13 List of ITU workshops on Performance, QoS and QoE​​ Mailing list Page Content 15 QSDG mailing list archive (2013-2016) ​ Page Content 6 ​​ Page Content 7 Page Content 8 Page Content 14 Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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Score: 918161.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...s/2013-2016/12/Pages/QSDG.aspx
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Goal: Develop performance‐based standards  based on the principle that hazardous effects  will be contained within the package. 2 Thermal Runaway Definition [A chain of exothermic internal chemical  reactions within a cell resulting in a sudden  increase in temperature and drop in voltage.] 3 Inducement of Thermal Runaway One cell is heated until the cell enters thermal  runaway.   (...) The method used to create  a thermal runaway is to be described and  documented in the test report.  4 Package Testing • The cell or battery pack is placed in packaging  that will be presented for transportation • For Li ion cells/batteries, the specified  shipping SOC is set per manufacturer’s  specifications • The testing is identical to that run at the cell  or battery pack level • Pass/Fail Criteria (see following page) 5 Package Pass/Fail Criteria • Pass – Package integrity maintained – Package has not ruptured or released any debris or fragmentation outside  of packaging – No external flames observed – Smoke venting is permitted – Exterior sidewall temperatures of package cannot exceed 100° C in any  location • Fail – Package has not maintained structural integrity – Package has ruptured or released debris or fragmentation outside of  packaging – External flames observed – Ignition of vented gases – Exterior sidewall temperatures exceed 100° C 6 Battery Pack Testing Li ion Battery Packs Shipped at > 30% SOC  and Li Metal Battery Packs • For Li ion battery, the battery is prepared at the specified shipping  SOC per the manufacturer • Cell temperature and cell voltage are monitored • If heater is used to induce thermal runaway on the cell, a pre‐test is  run to determine what size heater is required to achieve a ramp rate  of 5±2°C/min.   (...) Alternatively, a closed‐ loop temperature controller may be used to achieve the  ramp. • If heater is used, cell heater is activated until either thermal  runaway is achieved or the cell reaches 200°C, which is held  for 20 minutes • The cell is considered to pass if there is no fire or  disassembly 10 Shipping Li ion Cells and Batteries  ≤ 30% SOC • Li ion cells and batteries are excepted from  testing provided that are shipped at ≤ 30%  SOC 11 12 FAA Test Data – Gas Generation 13 FAA Test Data ‐ Gas Generation 14 Cells, Batteries and Packaging of  Similar Design Cells, batteries or packaging which differ from a tested type by: • For primary cells and batteries, a change of more than [0.1 g or 20%  by mass], whichever is greater, to the cathode, to the anode, or to  the electrolyte; • For rechargeable cells and batteries, an increase in nominal energy  in Watt‐hours of more than [20%], an increase in nominal voltage of  more than [20%], or an increase in state of charge of more than  [__%]; or • A change in packaging configuration that may lead to failure of the  test, shall be considered a new cell, battery or packaging type and subjected  to the required tests. 15
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Score: 917729.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...m%20Batt/PRBA_presentation.pdf
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[End Correction] 6.20 Clarification on extending packages Description: An extended package shall not redefine or overload an identifier defined in the original package. (...) [Begin Correction] Section 12.1.1 Package A package may extend an existing package. (...) An extended package shall not redefine or overload an identifiername defined in the original package and .packages it may have extended (multiple levels of extension).
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Score: 917639.5 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu.../com16/implgd/old/implgd13.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Section I of Packing Instructions 966 and 969 provides for two options for shippers to prepare packages containing lithium batteries packed with equipment: a) the package can be prepared with the cells or batteries and the equipment packed into a UN specification outer packaging; or b) the cells or batteries can be packed in a UN specification packaging which is then packed with the equipment into a non-UN specification outer packaging. (...) The completed package for the cells or batteries must meet the Packing Group II performance requirements; or — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with the equipment in an outer packaging of a type shown below that meets the Packing Group II performance 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 number of cells or batteries in each package must not exceed the number required for the equipment’s operation, plus two spare sets. (...) The completed package for the cells or batteries must meet the Packing Group II performance requirements; or — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with the equipment in an outer packaging of a type shown below that meets the Packing Group II performance 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 number of cells or batteries in each package must not exceed the number required for the equipment’s operation, plus two spare sets.
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Score: 917109.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG20/DGPWG.20.WP.004.3.en.pdf
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This will be accomplished through studies carried out in association with large scale implementation programmes; • 2011-2013: Studies will be funded in which diagnostic and treatment packages for malaria (uncomplicated+severe) and other childhood infections (see objective 3 below) are merged, and the impact of comprehensive packages is assessed. • 2010-2013: Funding research grants to incorporate new ACTs and RDTs in the package as they become available; • every year: provide information to policy makers on the results of the studies and provide guidance on how to scale up coverage with an effective diagnostic and treatment package for malaria. (...) Studies will be funded in which diagnostic and treatment packages for malaria (uncomplicated + severe) and other childhood infections are implemented together on a large scale, and the impact of comprehensive packages will be established. • every year: provide information to policy makers on the results of the studies and provide guidance on how to scale up coverage with an effective diagnostic and treatment package for malaria and other childhood infections. (...) Training material and drug packaging will be thus designed to specifically help mothers, in particular illiterate mothers, to treat correctly their children.
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Score: 916286.3 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...cuments/bl9-business-plan2.pdf
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Western Pacific Japan Home Health Topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / Reducing the appeal of smoking WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits Reducing the appeal of smoking First experiences with Australia’s plain tobacco packaging law 21 May 2012 Australia’s pioneering measure on tobacco plain packaging introduced in December 2012 was actively supported by WHO and is being watched closely by other countries. 1 December 2012 will remain a memorable day in the history of the fight against tobacco worldwide. (...) But does plain packaging really make using tobacco less attractive? The full effects of the plain packaging measure will be seen over the long term.
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Score: 915805.3 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...-s-plain-tobacco-packaging-law
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Western Pacific Australia Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / Reducing the appeal of smoking WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits Reducing the appeal of smoking First experiences with Australia’s plain tobacco packaging law 21 May 2012 Australia’s pioneering measure on tobacco plain packaging introduced in December 2012 was actively supported by WHO and is being watched closely by other countries. 1 December 2012 will remain a memorable day in the history of the fight against tobacco worldwide. (...) But does plain packaging really make using tobacco less attractive? The full effects of the plain packaging measure will be seen over the long term.
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Score: 915805.3 - https://www.who.int/australia/...-s-plain-tobacco-packaging-law
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Western Pacific Republic of Korea Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / Reducing the appeal of smoking WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits Reducing the appeal of smoking First experiences with Australia’s plain tobacco packaging law 21 May 2012 Australia’s pioneering measure on tobacco plain packaging introduced in December 2012 was actively supported by WHO and is being watched closely by other countries. 1 December 2012 will remain a memorable day in the history of the fight against tobacco worldwide. (...) But does plain packaging really make using tobacco less attractive? The full effects of the plain packaging measure will be seen over the long term.
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Score: 915805.3 - https://www.who.int/republicof...-s-plain-tobacco-packaging-law
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