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Note - series means all the packing instructions in the 300, 400, etc (or 3XX, 4XX, etc) series of packing instructions. (...) PP4-16: same comment as for AR1 under packing instruction 4X15. 1.22.11 Packing Instruction 5X1 See the comment under packing instruction 4X17 regarding the use of "For". (...) PP5-3: same comment as for packing instruction 5X2. Many of the substances in this packing instruction use the current packing instructions Y509 and Y517; in those packing instructions a plastic bag (IP 5) needs to be packed in an intermediate packaging.
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Score: 757333 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...sGoods/WG03/DGPWG03.IP.002.pdf
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For more detailed instructions, see  Format/Headings and subheadings   and  Mastheads and cover pages . (...) For more detailed instructions, see  Editorial guidelines/Style/Quotations .    (...) Introduction II. General instructions on footnotes and text notes III. United Nations sources IV.
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Score: 756162.16 - https://www.un.org/dgacm/en/co...itorial-manual/instr-prep-docs
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Action by the DGP-WG: The DGP is invited to clarify if Packing Instruction Y963 means ID8000 must only be transported in limited quantities and to consider whether an amendment to Packing Instruction Y963 should be made to clarify this. 1. (...) For “Y” Packing instructions, usually there are the words “limited quantities” under the headline, such as Packing Instruction Y964: But the words “limited quantities” are missing in Packing Instruction Y963: 1.5 Packing Instruction Y963 was incorporated in the 2011-2012 Edition of the Technical Instructions, and it was formerly known as Packing Instruction 910 in the 2009-2010 and earlier editions. (...) The shipper could not use a more stringent packing instruction because it is not available in the Instructions. 2.
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Score: 756134.77 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG17/DGPWG.17.WP.021.2.en.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Part 7;4.1.1 of the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284) lists the information required to be present on the “information to pilot-in-command” document. (...) These exemptions are located throughout the Technical Instructions and not obvious to find as indicated in the table below: UN Number Proper Shipping Name Reference Dangerous goods packed in excepted quantities 3;5.1.1 UN 2807 Magnetized material Packing instruction 953 UN 2908 Radioactive material, excepted package — empty packaging 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 2909 Radioactive material, excepted package — articles manufactured from natural uranium or depleted uranium or natural thorium 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 2910 Radioactive material, excepted package — limited quantity of material 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 2911 Radioactive material, excepted package — instruments or articles 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 3090 Lithium metal batteries (including lithium alloy batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 968, Section II Packing instruction 968, Section II International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/10-WP/15 29/9/10 Revised 7/11/10 DGP-WG/10-WP/15 Revised - 2 - UN Number Proper Shipping Name Reference UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment (including lithium alloy batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 970, Section II or Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment (including lithium alloy batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 969, Section II Packing instruction 970, Section II ` Packing instruction 969, Section II UN 3245 Genetically modified micro-organisms or Genetically modified organisms Packing instruction 959 UN 3373 Biological substance, Category B Packing instruction 650, point 11 UN 3480 Lithium ion batteries (including lithium ion polymer batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 965, Section II Packing instruction 965, Section II UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment (including lithium ion polymer batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 967, Section II or Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment (including lithium ion polymer batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 966, Section II Packing instruction 967, Section II Packing instruction 966, Section II 1.2 In order to make the Technical Instructions more practical to the operators and the Dangerous Goods Inspectors, we propose to add a list of dangerous goods not required to appear on the “information to pilot-in-command” document. 2. 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OPTION 1 4.1 INFORMATION TO THE PILOT-IN-COMMAND . . . 4.1.9 In the event that the volume of information provided to the pilot-in-command is such that in-flight radiotelephony transmission would be impracticable in an emergency situation, a summary of the information should also be provided by the operator, containing at least the quantities and class or division of the dangerous goods in each cargo compartment. 4.1.10 The following dangerous goods are not required to appear on the information provided to the pilot-in-command: Table 7-X Dangerous goods not required to appear on the information to pilot-in-command UN Number Proper Shipping Name Reference Dangerous goods packed in excepted quantities 3;5.1.1 UN 2807 Magnetized material Packing instruction 953 UN 2908 Radioactive material, excepted package — empty packaging 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 2909 Radioactive material, excepted package — articles manufactured from natural uranium or depleted uranium or natural thorium 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 2910 Radioactive material, excepted package — limited quantity of material 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 2911 Radioactive material, excepted package — instruments or articles 1;6.1.5.1 (a) UN 3090 Lithium metal batteries (including lithium alloy batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 968, Section II Packing instruction 968, Section II DGP-WG/10-WP/15 Revised - 3 - UN Number Proper Shipping Name Reference UN 3091 Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment (including lithium alloy batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 970, Section II or Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment (including lithium alloy batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 969, Section II Packing instruction 970, Section II Packing instruction 969, Section II UN 3245 Genetically modified micro-organisms or Genetically modified organisms Packing instruction 959 UN 3373 Biological substance, Category B Packing instruction 650, point 11 UN 3480 Lithium ion batteries (including lithium ion polymer batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 965, Section II Packing instruction 965, Section II UN 3481 Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment (including lithium ion polymer batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 967, Section II or Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment (including lithium ion polymer batteries) when meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 966, Section II Packing instruction 967, Section II Packing instruction 966, Section II — END —
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Score: 754776.66 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0/DGPWG.10.WP.015.2.REV.en.pdf
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For Packing Instruction 972 two option have been offered. One that aligns with the proposal shown in Packing Instruction 378 aligned to Packing Instruction 950 that allows for up to a quarter of a tank of fuel to remain. (...) Chapter 5 CLASS 3 — FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS . . . Packing Instruction 378 Passenger and cargo aircraft for UN 3528 only (See Packing Instruction 220 for flammable gas-powered engines or machinery, Packing Instruction 950 for flammable liquid-powered vehicles, Packing Instruction 951 for flammable gas-powered vehicles, Packing Instruction 952 for battery-powered equipment and vehicles or Packing Instruction 972 for engines or machinery containing only environmentally hazardous fuels) . . . (...) DGP-WG/18-WP/20 Appendix Revised A-2 Chapter 11 CLASS 9 — MISCELLANEOUS DANGEROUS GOODS . . . 11.1 PACKING INSTRUCTIONS . . . Packing Instruction 972 Passenger or cargo aircraft for UN 3530 only (See Packing Instruction 220 for flammable gas-powered engines and machinery, Packing Instruction 378 for flammable liquid-powered engines and machinery, Packing Instruction 950 for flammable liquid-powered vehicles, Packing Instruction 951 for flammable gas-powered vehicles or Packing Instruction 952 for battery-powered equipment and vehicles) . . .
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Score: 754678.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...8/DGPWG.18.WP.020.2.rev.en.pdf
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XER encoding instructions can also be used to determine the possible insertion of XML processing instructions in an EXTENDED-XER encoding. (...) NOTE – Some encoding instructions remove the associated tags of an "XMLValue". 3.2.1 ter associated encoding instructions (for a type): A set of XER encoding instructions associated with a type. 3.2.1 quat associated following tag: The XML end-tag following the "XMLValue" of a type in the absence of encoding instructions that remove the associated tags. 3.2.1 quin associated preceding tag: The XML start-tag preceding the "XMLValue" of a type in the absence of encoding instructions that remove the associated tags. (...) NOTE – Prefixed encoding instructions can delete, replace, or add to the associated encoding instructions of a type. 3.2.2 quatdec qualifying information: Information supplied as part of the specification of a target for the assignment of an encoding instruction that identifies specific values of the target type. 3.2.2 quindec targeted encoding instructions: XER encoding instructions that are assigned using a target list in an XER encoding control section.
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Score: 752346.34 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...8/com17/languages/X693amd1.pdf
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XER encoding instructions can also be used to determine the possible insertion of XML processing instructions in an EXTENDED-XER encoding. (...) Encoding instructions are associated with a "Type" through: a) (Inherited encoding instructions) The presence of associated encoding instructions on the "Type" used in the definition of a "typereference" used as a "Type"; and b) (Targeted encoding instruction) Assignment of one or more XER encoding instructions to an occurrence of "Type" using an XER encoding control section (see ITU-T Rec. (...) X.680 | ISO/IEC 8824-1, 30.3); and d) (Import-list encoding instructions) Assignment of one or more encoding instructions to all type references imported from an identified ASN.1 module. 10.1.5 The effect of assigning an XER encoding instruction is to add, delete, or replace associated encoding instructions (see clause 15 for the rules that apply for multiple assignments of XER encoding instructions). 10.1.6 The order (or manner) in which encoding instructions become part of (or are removed from) the set of associated encoding instructions is not significant in the application of the final encoding instructions. 10.1.7 The final encoding instructions affect the EXTENDED-XER encoding of types.
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Score: 752317.97 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001...4/com17/languages/X693amd1.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Packing Instruction 650 of the Technical Instructions and Packing Instruction P650 the UN Model Regulations both permit up to 30ml of Class 3, 8 or 9 dangerous goods to be packed in the primary receptacle containing the infectious substance for the purpose of maintaining the viability, stabilising or preventing the degradation or neutralising the hazards of the infectious substances. 1.2 Prior to the 2007-2008 edition of the Technical Instructions, both packing instructions had identical provisions in paragraph 13). 1.3 Packing Instruction 650 paragraph 13) was revised by the twentieth meeting of the Dangerous Goods Panel after inconsistencies were identified between the provisions for dangerous goods of Classes 3, 8 or 9 when packed with infectious substances and those permitted under the excepted quantities provisions. (...) ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP is invited to consider the proposed amendment to Packing Instruction 650 paragraph 13) as shown in the Appendix to this working paper. — — — — — — — — DGP-WG/19-WP/29 Appendix APPENDIX PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO PART 4 OF THE TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS Part 4 PACKING INSTRUCTIONS Chapter 8 CLASS 6 — TOXIC AND INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES 8.1 PACKING INSTRUCTIONS . . . (...) When these small quantities of dangerous goods are packed with infectious substances in accordance with this packing instruction no other requirements in these Instructions need be met. . . . . . . — END —
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Score: 751329.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG19/DGPWG.19.WP.029.2.en.pdf
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Technical Instructions For The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284) You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) The Technical Instructions amplify the basic provisions of Annex 18 and contain all the detailed instructions necessary for the safe international transport of dangerous goods by air.   (...) Addenda/Corrigenda to the Technical Instructions and its Supplement Addenda to the Technical Instructions, approved by the Council of ICAO, are issued to reflect recommendations by the Dangerous Goods Panel. 2017-2018 Edition: 21 June 2017 Addendum No. 2 to the Technical Instructions (2017/2018 Edition) 10 April 2017 Addendum/Corrigendum No. 1 to the Technical Instructions​ (2017/2018 Edition) ​ 2015-2016 Edition: 23 February 2016 Addendum No. 4 to the Technical Instructions (2015/2016 Edition) 23 February 2016 Addendum to the Supplement to the Technical Instructions(2015/2016 Edition) 15 January 2016 Addendum No. 3 to the Technical Instructions (2015/2016 Edition) 6 November 2015 ERRATUM Correction to Corrigendum No. 1 to the Technical Instructions (2015/2016 Edition) 10 September 2015 Addendum/Corrigendum No. 2 to the Technical Instructions (2015/2016 Edition) 26 May 2015 Addendum No. 1 to the Technical Instructions (2015/2016 Edition) 20 November 2014 Corrigendum No. 1 to the Technical Instructions (2015/2016 Edition)  2013-2014 Edition: 31 December 2013 Corrigendum No. 3 to the Technical Instructions (2013/2014 Edition)  10 June 2013 Addendum No. 3 to the Technical Instructions (2013/2014 Edition)  7 May 2013 Corrigendum No. 2 to the Technical Instructions (2013/2014 Edition) 5 April 2013 Addendum No. 2/Corrigendum No. 1 to the Technical Instructions (2013/2014 Edition)  13 February 2013 Addendum No. 1 to the Technical Instructions (2013/2014 Edition)  2011-2012 Edition: 1 November 2012 Addendum No. 6 to the Technical Instructions (2011/2012 Edition)  (APPLICABLE 1 NOVEMBER, 2012) 1 November 2012 Addendum to the Supplement to the Technical Instructions (2011/2012 Edition)  (APPLICABLE 1 NOVEMBER, 2012) 17 July 2012 Addendum No. 5 30 March 2012 Addendum No. 4 26 April 2011 Addendum No. 3/Corrigendum No. 2 12 April 2011 Addendum No. 2 More... 8 December 2010 Addendum No. 1 31 December 2010 Corrigendum No. 1 2009-2010 Edition: 8 December 2010 Addendum No. 5 15 March, 2010 Addendum No. 4/Corrigendum No. 3 24 March, 2009 Addendum No. 3/Corrigendum No. 2 19 February, 2009 Addendum No. 2/Corrigendum No. 1 31 December 2008 Addendum No. 1 (Russian and Spanish only) Addendum to the Supplement to the Technical Instructions (2009-2010 Edition): 15 March 2010 Addendum No. 1 Hide this content. ​​
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Score: 751329.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...es/technical-instructions.aspx
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There are many recommended or advisory practises in italic typeface. 1.4 There are also a number of “recommendations” in the ICAO Technical Instructions which appear in normal typeface. 1.5 The Technical Instructions are developed primarily in English. (...) If a person performs a function required by these Instructions on behalf of the person who offers the dangerous goods for transport by air or on behalf of the operator, that person must perform that function in accordance with the requirements of these Instructions. No person may transport dangerous goods by air unless those goods are accepted, handled and transported in accordance with these Instructions. No person may label, mark, certify or offer a packaging as meeting the requirements of these Instructions unless that packaging is manufactured, fabricated, marked, maintained, reconditioned or repaired as required by these Instructions.
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Score: 750434.86 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...PWG15/DGPWG.15.WP.026.2.en.pdf
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