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MARGINAL (2) 401, NOTE 1 TO 11O(C) : REINCORPORATION OF SULPHUR IN THE REQUIREMENTS FOR RID/ADR : PROPOSAL / BY THE GOVERNMENT OF AUSTRIA
Only after receiving the relevant information did they take appropriate measures, such as using a spray to put out the fire and wearing adequate breathing apparatus. The work of clearing the road was very difficult because the fire kept flaring up repeatedly.
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Score: 1257483.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.15/AC.1/1997/63&Lang=E
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EUROPE?AN AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY INLAND WATERWAYS (ADN) : DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO THE REGULATIONS ANNEXED TO THE ADN : NOTE : CORRIGENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
GENERAL ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.2/26/Corr.1 28 August 2008 ENGLISH Original: ENGLISH and FRENCH ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE Working Party on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Joint Meeting of Experts on the Regulations annexed to the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN)* EUROPEAN AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY INLAND WATERWAYS (ADN) Draft amendments to the Regulations annexed to the ADN Note by the secretariat Corrigendum PART 1 1.1.3.1 (a) For transport unit read cargo transport unit 1.2.1 Definition of Breathing apparatus (ambient…) For 1999 read 1998 1.2.1 Definition of Cargo transport unit Delete according to article 1 (a) of ADR * Meeting organized jointly by the Economic Commission for Europe and the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR).
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Score: 1250706.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NS/WP.15/AC.2/26/CORR.1&Lang=E
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APPENDIX, LIST OF APPROVED INVESTIGATION/VISIT EQUIPMENT : WORKING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY SOUTH AFRICA
LIST OF APPROVED INVESTIGATION / VISIT EQUIPMENT Description Notes Portable Equipment 1 Global positioning system (GPS) 2 Weighing equipment 3 Tape measure (3 m, 30 m, 100 m) 4 Callipers and steel ruler 5 Maps Maps of facility/area specified in andate m 6 Graph paper, pencils and labels 7 Seals (fibre optic and packages) with seal tool 8 Seals (Frangible, fractural, adhesive ) 9 Polaroid type camera with flash, zoom, macro ens systems and films l 10 35 mm camera with flash, zoom, macro lens ystems and films s 11 Video Camcorder - portable video player with apes t 12 Audio (tape) recorder with tapes 13 Portable over-head projector 14 Binoculars 15 Data scope 16 Night-vision scope 17 Magnifying glass 18 Rechargeable batteries (Ni-Cd) and battery hargers c 19 Shoulder bag 20 Tool belt 21 Compass 22 Tags/ Tie on/ Markers (permanent) 23 Thermochromic tape packages 24 Electrical power generators 25 Barometer, Anemometer, hygrometer with recording attachments For use in establishing background conditions which might influence BWC/AD HOC GROUP/WP.237 page 3 survival of microorganisms Sampling equipment 1 Sample tubes and microbiological transport edia m 2 Containers for samples 3 Preserving media (formalin, alcohol, silica el) g 4 Forceps (various sizes) 5 Scissors, scalpels, bone forceps 6 Thermometers and probes 7 Incinerator and disinfectant tanks/sprays 8 Biohazard bench, glove box 9 Gas burners and gas 10 Microscopes and stains 11 Microbiological culture media 12 Autoclave / pressure cooker 13 Incubator and anaerobic equipment 14 Freezer : -70C best / dry ice 15 Portable PH metre / millivolt metre with ion- pecific electrodes s 16 Glucose analyser 17 Dissolve oxygen metre 18 Pruning shears 19 Spades and plastic bags for ground samples 20 Soil augers 21 Water sampling equipment including filter isks d 22 Liquid nitrogen in cylinders Protective equipment 1 Protective clothing 2 Boots (disposable) 3 Protective gloves with liners 4 Protective masks (military type) 5 Spare canisters (military) 6 Spare canisters (industrial) 7 Safety goggles BWC/AD HOC GROUP/WP.237 page 4 8 Leather work gloves 9 Industrial safety helmet 10 Hearing protection 11 Cotton coveralls 12 Disposable coveralls 13 UV protective glasses 14 Water bottle 15 Flashlight explosion proof 16 First aid kits (personal) 17 Self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) 18 Respirator industrial 19 Equipment bags 20 Mask fit test kit 21 Cooling vest 22 Cold weather gear 23 Safety lantern 24 Safety shoes 25 Flammability/ explosive/ air quality /monitor 26 Mosquito nets Medical equipment 1 General first aid kit 2 Water filter kit 3 Wet bulb globe thermometer 4 Patient monitor 5 General medical examination equipment Administrative equipment 1 Calculator 2 Computer (notebook) with printer / plotter and odem m 3 Satellite link telephones 4 Portable fax machines 5 Exterior extension cords 6 Secure voice telephone 7 Short range radios 8 Maintenance tool kit BWC/AD HOC GROUP/WP.237 page 5 9 Equipment transport containers 10 Electric plug-socket adaptors ----------
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Score: 1244002.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=BWC/ADHOCGROUP/WP.237&Lang=E
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THREATS TO THE POLITICAL INDEPENDENCE AND TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY OF GREECE. LETTER DATED 15 NOVEMBER 1951 FROM THE HEAD OF THE -DELEGATION OF THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS, ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
-tested on an . . apparatus· which registers ·false( statements. Iri actual fact, this so-called T lie detectort 'i·s an apparatUS WhiCh prOdUCeS electriC ChargeS in the human body and gives rise to electric shocks. (...) l ·~ot· known ho~ · tlrls apparatus came tp Greece -·- ,ihJther it was iP,herii,;.ed. from ··some (...) They fight to the last breath, and even in dying i-r.1.n their battle. 110ur case will be heard by the Ex:tra.ordinary Military Triburn.l on 19 October.
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Score: 1237376.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=A/1967&Lang=E
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APPENDIX: LIST OF APPROVED INVESTIGATION/VISIT EQUIPMENT : WORKING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE FRIEND OF THE CHAIR OF INVESTIGATIONS ANNEX
BWC/AD HOC GROUP/WP.237/Rev.1 page 2 9 Biohazard bench, glove box 10 Gas burners and gas 11 Microscopes and stains 12 Microbiological culture media 13 Autoclave/pressure cooker 14 Incubator and anaerobic equipment 15 Freezer: -70ΕC best/dry ice 16 Refrigerator 17 Portable PH metre/millivolt metre with ion- pecific electrodes s 18 Glucose analyser 19 Dissolve oxygen metre 20 Pruning shears 21 Spades and plastic bags for ground samples 22 Soil augers 23 Water sampling equipment including filter isks d 24 Portable water pump 25 Liquid nitrogen in cylinders 26 Seals (fibre optic and packages) 27 Seals (frangible, fractural, adhesive) 28 Vacuum sealing equipment 29 Plastic bags for vacuum packing of samples 30 Tags/tie on/markers (permanent) 31 Centrifuge 32 Portable spectroscopic analyser 33 Portable spot analysers 34 Thermal cyclers 35 Pipets 36 Freeze drying equipment 37 ELISA-based detection systems 38 Hand-held test kits 39 Diagnostic kits 40 Spectrometer BWC/AD HOC GROUP/WP.237/Rev.1 page 3 Protective equipment 1 Protective clothing 2 Boots (disposable) 3 Protective gloves with liners 4 Protective masks (military type) 5 Spare canisters (military) 6 Spare canisters (industrial) 7 Surgical gloves 8 Safety goggles 9 Leather work gloves 10 Industrial safety helmet 11 Hearing protection 12 Cotton coveralls 13 Disposable coveralls 14 UV protective glasses 15 Water bottle 16 Flashlight explosion proof 17 First aid kits (personal) 18 Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) 19 Respirator (industrial) 20 Equipment bags 21 Mask fit test kit 22 Cooling vest 23 Cold weather gear 24 Safety lantern 25 Safety shoes 26 Flammability/explosive/air quality/monitor 27 Mosquito nets 28 Insect repellent Medical equipment 1 General first aid kit containing necessary ntibiotics, vaccines and other medicine a 2 Water filter kit 3 Patient monitor BWC/AD HOC GROUP/WP.237/Rev.1 page 4 4 General medical examination equipment Administrative equipment 1 Portable photo-copying machine 2 Portable document scanner 3 Portable document shredder 4 Waterproof pens 5 Tape measure (3 m, 30 m, 100 m) 6 Callipers and steel ruler 7 Maps Maps of facility/area specified in andate m 8 Graph paper, pencils and labels 9 Calculator 10 Computer (notebook) with printer/plotter and odem m 11 Satellite link telephones 12 Portable fax machines 13 Exterior extension cords 14 Secure voice telephone 15 Short-range radios 16 Electric plug-socket adaptors 17 Portable over-head projector Other technical equipment 1 Maintenance tool kit 2 Equipment transport containers 3 Global positioning system (GPS) 4 Weighing equipment 5 Polaroid-type camera with flash, zoom, macro ens systems and films l 6 35 mm camera with flash, zoom, macro lens ystems and films s 7 Digital video camera - portable video player ith tapes w 8 Audio (tape) recorder with tapes 9 Binoculars BWC/AD HOC GROUP/WP.237/Rev.1 page 5 10 Data scope 11 Night-vision scope 12 Magnifying glass 13 Rechargeable batteries (Ni-Cd) and battery hargers c 14 Shoulder bag 15 Tool belt 16 Compass 17 Thermochromic tape packages 18 Electrical power generators 19 Barometer, anemometer, hygrometer with recording attachments For use in establishing background conditions which might influence urvival of microorganisms s 20 Wet bulb globe thermometer ----------
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Score: 1230808.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ADHOCGROUP/WP.237/REV.1&Lang=E
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GE.09-24367 UNI
TP13 (requiring a self contained breathing apparatus be provided when this substance is transported) has been added to this substance consistent with the material’s ability to generate toxic and/or corrosive gases.
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Score: 1230808.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2009/46&Lang=E
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PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE SESSION TO BE HELD AT THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION (UPU), 4 WELTPOSTRASSE, BERN, STARTING ON MONDAY, 18 MARCH 2002 : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE, WORKING PARTY ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS, JOINT MEETING OF THE RID SAFETY COMMITTEE AND THE WORKING PARTY ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS
NEW PROPOSALS TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/2 (Germany) Carriage of PCBs TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/7 (Switzerland) Standards TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/12 (CEN) Standards TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/17 (EIGA) Standards TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/14 (CEN) Reference to CEN standards TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/8 (Switzerland) UN Nos. 3132 and 3133 TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/87 page 4 TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/9 (CEFIC) Marking and labelling of overpacks TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/10 (CEFIC) Breathing apparatus (self-contained) TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/15 (EIGA) Stamp marking of receptacles for gases 5.
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Score: 1230808.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/87&Lang=E
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GE.13-21802 (E)
The Danube Commission Recommendations contain the following annexes to chapter 23: Annex E1 Model log book Annex E2 Model service record Annex E3 Requirements to be met for tachographs and conditions for their installation on board Annex E4 Model rest-period certificate Annex F1 Model passenger vessel certificate Annex F2 Model passenger vessel first aid certificate Annex F3 Model passenger vessel breathing apparatus operator certificate Annex F4 Model passenger vessel certification record 17.
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Score: 1217891.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2013/12&Lang=E
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TOXIC BY INHALATION SUBSTANCES / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
For TIH substances, emergency responders require breathing apparatus and must consider extensive and perhaps costly evacuation in order to adequately protect the public. (...) Consequently, emergency responders acting on the basis of a substance’s UN number must assume that any toxic substance transported under a Division 6.1 NOS description is a substance that is toxic by inhalation and must take appropriate steps to protect themselves with breathing apparatus and protect the public through evacuation even though such actions may be unnecessary when the toxic substance involved is not toxic by inhalation. 14.
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Score: 1217694.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/1997/20&Lang=E
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REVISION OF RESOLUTION NO. 31: STANDARDS FOR PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS
N° Competences Examination elements 1 1.1 switch on, adjust and control the functioning of navigational radar installations; 2 1.1 switch on, adjust and control the functioning of rate-of-turn indicator; 3 1.1 interpret the radar display correctly by setting the range, resolution, brightness, gain, contrast, other connected apparatus, center and tune; 4 1.1 use the rate-of-turn indicator e.g. by setting the rate-of-turn in accordance with maximum rate-of-turn of the craft; 5 2.1 identify the position of the antenna on the screen and the heading line, the setting of position, course and turning direction of the own craft and the determining distances and reach; 6 2.2 interpret the behaviour of other traffic participants (stationary craft, oncoming craft and craft heading the same direction); 7 2.2 analyze the information supplied by radar such as heading line, electronic bearing line, range rings, and variable range marker, target trails, decentering and parallel lines and to explain the radar picture; 8 3.1 reduce disturbances coming from the own craft by checking antenna, by reducing shadows and multiple reflections e. g. in the area of holds; 9 3.2 take action to reduce disturbances from the environment by reducing influence from rain and waves, by correctly dealing with scattered fields (e.g. from bridges), false/ghost echoes from power transmission lines and cables as well as with shadowing and multipath effects; 10 3.3 remove disturbances coming from other navigational radar installations by using interference rejection; 11 4.1 correctly attribute tasks to deck crew members; 12 4.1 ensure co-operation between the person at helm and the person using navigational radar installations according to visibility and the features of the wheelhouse; 13 4.1 use rate-of-turn indicators and inland ECDIS or similar displays in combination with radar; 14 4.1 act according to police regulations in case of reduced visibility and in case of good visibility; 15 4.1 use radio, sound signals and to agree on course by using information supplied by radar; ECE/TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2020/12 3 N° Competences Examination elements 16 4.1 give commands to the person at helm including checking the person’s required knowledge and skills 17 5.1 take appropriate measures in high traffic density; 18 5.1 take appropriate measures in the case of failure of devices; 19 5.1 react appropriately in unclear or dangerous traffic situations. 2. (...) N° Competences Examination elements Category I-II 1 1.1 demonstrate the use of lifebuoys for passengers; I 2 1.1 demonstrate the use of lifejackets for passengers and deck crew members and shipboard personnel including specific individual life- saving equipment for persons not undertaking duties for the safety rota; I 3 1.1 demonstrate the use of appropriate equipment for evacuation to shallow water, to the bank or to another craft; I 4 1.1 demonstrate the use of ship’s boats including its engine and searchlight or platform according to Article 19.15 ES-TRIN1 2017/1 replacing the ship’s boat or collective life-saving appliances according to Article 19.09(5) to (7) ES-TRIN 2017/1; I 5 1.1 demonstrate the use of suitable stretcher; I 6 1.1 demonstrate the use of first aid kits; I 7 1.1 demonstrate the use of self-contained breathing apparatus sets and sets of equipment as well as smoke hoods according to Article 19.12(10) ES-TRIN 2017/1 or a combination thereof; I 8 2.1 check and monitor inspection intervals for the equipment mentioned in no 1 - 7 of this table; II 9 2.1 check and monitor the necessary qualification of persons using first aid kits and self-contained breathing apparatus sets and sets of equipment as well as smoke hoods; II 10 2.1 stow appropriately and distribute life-saving appliances; I 11 2.3 identify areas accessible for passengers with reduced mobility; II 12 1.1 demonstrate the use of life-saving equipment for passengers with reduced mobility; I 13 2.1 explain elements of the safety rota and the safety plan; II 1 European Standard laying down technical requirements for inland navigation vessels.
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Score: 1217038.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2020/12&Lang=E
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