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Such training could be targeted at the mission personnel most likely to encounter ammunition, including members of an embargo monitoring cell, military observers and police personnel. Just as with records of weapon markings, the collected information could then be made available to arms embargo monitoring groups. (...) Sustainable Development Goals The indicator under SDG Target 16.4 focuses on weapons tracing. Many States do not have the police capacity to trace weapons, or to collect data on their weapons tracing.
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Score: 806044.5 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...r/convarms/small-arms-tracing/
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25-HOUR COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR) Targeted Exemption (TE) Submission Form Part A. ICAO use only TE Reference No. QR code Refer to instructions for information on completion of this form Part B. TARGETED EXEMPTION DETAILS (To be completed by the NCMC or authorized user only) 1. (...) Version 1 - 10/12/2021 Part C. TARGETED EXEMPTION ELEMENTS (To be completed by the NCMC or authorized user only) 1.
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Score: 800114.06 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP...CVR%20TE%20Form%20Version1.pdf
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Lost gears have a capacity for indiscriminately catching, entangling and killing of both target and non-target species (ghost fishing), and can cause collateral damage to habitats. (...) Education and awareness raising are considered essential to trigger behavioral change as far as plastic use and marine litter are concerned, targeting different stakeholders (e.g. national governments, municipalities, private sector, local communities, individuals, and academia). The fisheries and aquaculture sector would be one among other sectors to be targeted by these campaigns. Importantly, guidance for communication of potential hazards of microplastics contamination to seafood consumers and the general public will need to be developed.
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Score: 797894.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/g...on_to_ICP_on_marine_debris.pdf
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This mark must be placed near the mark prescribed in 2.1.1. (...) Test liquids must be kept in the liquid state by the addition of antifreeze, if necessary. . . . 4.3.3 Removable head packagings for liquids must not be dropped until at least 24 hours after filling and closing to allow for any possible gasket relaxation. 4.3.34 Target Editorial Note.— renumber subsequent paragraphs The target must be a rigid, non-resilient, flat and horizontal surface. 4.3.45 Drop height For solids and liquids, if the test is performed with the solid or liquid to be transported or with another substance having essentially the same physical characteristics: - 9 - DGP/19-WP/7 Packing Group I Packing Group II Packing Group III 1.8 m 1.2 m 0.8 m For liquids in single packagings and for inner packagings of combination packagings, if the test is performed with water: a) where the substances to be transported have a relative density not exceeding 1.2: Packing Group I Packing Group II Packing Group III 1.8 m 1.2 m 0.8 m b) where the substances to be transported have a relative density exceeding 1.2, the drop height must be calculated on the basis of the relative density (d) of the substance to be carried, rounded up to the first decimal, as follows: Packing Group I Packing Group II Packing Group III d × 1.5 m d × 1.0 m d × 0.67 m Note:-- The term water includes water/antifreeze solutions with a minimum specific gravity of 0.95 for testing at -180 C . . . 4.3.56 Criteria for passing the test 4.3.56.1 Each packaging containing liquid must be leakproof when equilibrium has been reached between the internal and external pressures, except for inner packagings of combination packagings when it is not necessary that the pressures be equalized. 4.3.56.2 Where a packaging for solids undergoes a drop test and its upper face strikes the target, the test sample passes the test if the entire contents are retained by an inner packaging or inner receptacle (e.g. a plastic bag), even if the closure while retaining its containment function is no longer sift- proof. 4.3.56.3 The packaging or outer packaging of a composite or combination packaging must not exhibit any damage liable to affect safety during transport. (...) In instances where the appropriate national authority that approves a cylinder is not the appropriate national authority in the country of manufacture, the marks of the approval country and the country of manufacture must be indicated in the cylinder marking (see 5.2.6 and 5.2.7).
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Score: 793699.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ods/DGP19/DGP.19.wp.007.en.pdf
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In addition to the durable markings prescribed in 2.1.1, every new metal drum of a capacity greater than 100 L must bear the marks described in 2.1.1. a) to e) on the bottom, with an indication of the nominal thickness of at least the metal used in the body (in mm, to 0.1 mm), in a permanent form (e.g. embossed). (...) This mark must be placed near the mark prescribed in 2.1.1. (...) Test liquids must be kept in the liquid state by the addition of antifreeze, if necessary. . . . 4.3.3 Removable head packagings for liquids must not be dropped until at least 24 hours after filling and closing to allow for any possible gasket relaxation. 4.3.34 Target Editorial note - renumber subsequent paragraphs The target must be a rigid, non-resilient, flat and horizontal surface. 4.3.45 Drop height For solids and liquids, if the test is performed with the solid or liquid to be transported or with another substance having essentially the same physical characteristics: - 8 -DGP-WG/03-WP/8 Packing Group I Packing Group II Packing Group III 1.8 m 1.2 m 0.8 m For liquids in single packagings and for inner packagings of combination packagings, if the test is performed with water: a) where the substances to be transported have a relative density not exceeding 1.2: Packing Group I Packing Group II Packing Group III 1.8 m 1.2 m 0.8 m b) where the substances to be transported have a relative density exceeding 1.2, the drop height must be calculated on the basis of the relative density (d) of the substance to be carried, rounded up to the first decimal, as follows: Packing Group I Packing Group II Packing Group III d × 1.5 m d × 1.0 m d × 0.67 m Note: - The term water includes water/antifreeze solutions with a minimum specific gravity of 0.95 for testing at -180 C 4.3.56 Criteria for passing the test 4.3.56.1 Each packaging containing liquid must be leakproof when equilibrium has been reached between the internal and external pressures, except for inner packagings of combination packagings when it is not necessary that the pressures be equalized. 4.3.56.2 Where a packaging for solids undergoes a drop test and its upper face strikes the target, the test sample passes the test if the entire contents are retained by an inner packaging or inner receptacle (e.g. a plastic bag), even if the closure while retaining its containment function is no longer sift-proof. 4.3.56.3 The packaging or outer packaging of a composite or combination packaging must not exhibit any damage liable to affect safety during transport.
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Score: 793699.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...rousGoods/WG03/DGPWP03.008.PDF
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This mark must be placed near the mark prescribed in 2.1.1. (...) Packagings manufactured with such recycled plastic material must be marked ‘REC’ near the marks prescribed in 2.1. Editorial note - renumber subsequent paragraphs ... (...) Editorial note - renumber subsequent paragraphs 5.2.6 7 Marking of UN certified refillable pressure receptacles UN certified refillable pressure receptacles must be marked clearly and legibly with certification and gas or pressure receptacle specific marks.
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Score: 793226.17 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...rousGoods/WG02/DGPWG02.016.PDF
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If it is not compliant with the new rules then it shall be rejected. Where the target segment is not compliant with the new rules, it is strongly recommended that consideration is given to aligning it to the new rules. (...) If it is not compliant with the new rules then it shall TRADE/CEFACT/1999/2 Page 3 be rejected. Where the target composite data element is not compliant with the new rules, it is required it is aligned to the new rules. (...) Adding dependency notes to the data element requires that DMRs be raised to make the data element compliant with the rules. The target segment should be changed to comply to the new rules.
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Score: 792124.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...enary/plenary99/docs/99cf2.pdf
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If it is not compliant with the new rules then it shall be rejected. Where the target segment is not compliant with the new rules, it is strongly recommended that consideration is given to aligning it to the new rules. (...) If it is not compliant with the new rules then it shall be rejected. Where the target composite data element is not compliant with the new rules, it is required it is aligned to the new rules. (...) Adding dependency notes to the data element requires that DMRs be raised to make the data element compliant with the rules. The target segment should be changed to comply to the new rules.
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Score: 792124.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...enary/plenary99/docs/99cf2.doc
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If it is not compliant with the new rules then it shall be rejected. Where the target segment is not compliant with the new rules, it is strongly recommended that consideration is given to aligning it to the new rules. (...) If it is not compliant with the new rules then it shall be rejected. Where the target composite data element is not compliant with the new rules, it is required it is aligned to the new rules. (...) Adding dependency notes to the data element requires that DMRs be raised to make the data element compliant with the rules. The target segment should be changed to comply to the new rules.
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Score: 792124.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...enary/plenary99/docs/99cf2.rtf
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Funded by the European Union, the campaign targeted parents and caregivers of at-risk children by addressing them directly and effectively through schools and other centres of education. As the world marks World Polio Day, UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners across the Middle East are bolstering efforts to contain a polio outbreak triggered by the conflict in Syria and Iraq last year. (...) UNICEF Lebanon’s Polio Eradication Campaign targets schools, and informs parents and caregivers of key facts about polio, sharing with them critical information on how to stop the return of the virus.  
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Score: 791634.86 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/unicef-lebanon-polio
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