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As to the so-called crisis centres Hl'V-infection is a ground for refusal in admittion. As a result women often start to sell sex services, being often exposed to violence, without access to HIV and STI prevention services. (...) And even in those countries where these progammes function, they are still being pressurized by the law-enforcement authorities .. I take buprenorfin every day under the supervision of doctors.
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Score: 1270740.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/aidsmeeting2011/pdf/afanasiadi.pdf
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RESTRUCTURING OF THE REGULATIONS ANNEXED TO ADN. PART 6, RULES OF CONSTRUCTION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
These cables shall be as short as possible and installed so that accidental damage is not likely to occur. 9.1.0.57- 9.1.0.69 9.1.0.70 Metal wires, masts All metal wires passing over the holds and all masts shall be earthed, unless they are electrically bonded to the metal hull of the vessel through their installation. 9.1.0.71 Admittance on board The notice boards displaying the prohibition of admittance in accordance with 7.1.3.71 shall be clearly legible from either side of the vessel. (...) (c) The pressure cargo tanks shall be designed for a cargo temperature of + 40° C. (...) (c) The capacity of a suction well shall be limited to not more than 0.10 m3. For pressure cargo tanks, however, the capacity of a suction well may be of 0.20 m3.
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Score: 1260612.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...WP.15/AC.2/2002/1/ADD.6&Lang=E
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CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX Transport Canada ........................................................................................................................................ 5 Crew Member Responsibility ........................................................................................................................ 5 Flight Attendant Responsibility ................................................................................................................... 5 Flight Attendant Manual ............................................................................................................................. 5 Flight Attendant Consumption of Alcohol/Medication/Drugs ........................................................................ 5 Flight Deck ................................................................................................................................................... 5 Admittance to the Flight Deck ...................................................................................................................... 5 Sterile Flight Deck ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Flight Deck Service ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Security Pass ............................................................................................................................................... 6 Crew Complement ....................................................................................................................................... 6 Crew Pre-Flight Safety Briefings .................................................................................................................. 6 Pre-Flight Serviceability Checks of Safety and Emergency Equipment ..................................................... 6 Special Needs Passengers .......................................................................................................................... 6 Passenger Safety Announcements .............................................................................................................. 7 Carriage of Guide and Service Animal(s) ..................................................................................................... 7 Carriage of Animals in the Cabin................................................................................................................ 7 Child Restraint Systems ............................................................................................................................. 8 Infant Seating ............................................................................................................................................... 8 Exit Row Seating .......................................................................................................................................... 8 Prisoners/Escorts ......................................................................................................................................... 8 Cabin Supervision ........................................................................................................................................ 8 Carriage of Weapons ................................................................................................................................. 8 Passenger Head Count/Weight and Balance ............................................................................................. 8 Door Procedures/Signals (Normal Operation) ........................................................................................... 8 Inoperative Doors ....................................................................................................................................... 8 Ground Service ............................................................................................................................................ 8 Duties Prior to/During Pushback/Taxi/Preparation for Take-off ................................................................. 9 Pre-Take-off/Pre-Landing Checks ............................................................................................................. 9 Passenger Medical Oxygen ....................................................................................................................... 9 Seat Belts/No Smoking Signs ...................................................................................................................... 9 Seat Belts ................................................................................................................................................... 9 Smoking ........................................................................................................................................................ 9 Use of Portable Electronic Devices ............................................................................................................ 9 Turbulence ................................................................................................................................................. 10 Cabin/Galley Secure - Prior to Take-off/Landing ........................................................................................ 10 FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-2 Signals - Take-off/Landing Imminent ......................................................................................................... 9 Silent Review ............................................................................................................................................ 10 Flight Attendant Seats/Stations ................................................................................................................ 10 Unserviceable Flight Attendant Seat ........................................................................................................ 10 Cabin Baggage ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Cargo in Passenger Seats/Cabin ............................................................................................................... 10 Galley/Service Equipment .......................................................................................................................... 10 Duties After Landing - Taxi-in ..................................................................................................................... 11 Fuelling with Passengers on Board ............................................................................................................. 11 Cabin Checks/Lavatory Checks - During Flight .......................................................................................... 11 Liquor Laws ................................................................................................................................................ 11 Unruly, Unmanageable and Impaired Passengers .................................................................................... 11 Transportation of Dangerous Goods in Cabin ............................................................................................ 11 Flight Attendant Safety Responsibilities/Duties .......................................................................................... 11 Incident Reporting ...................................................................................................................................... 11 Aircraft Surface Contamination Procedures ............................................................................................... 12 Apron Safety Procedures ........................................................................................................................... 12 Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System ................................................................................ 12 Announcements - General ......................................................................................................................... 12 Rejected (Aborted) Take-off ....................................................................................................................... 12 Missed Approach ........................................................................................................................................ 12 FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-3 ALPHABETICAL INDEX Admittance to the Flight Deck .................................................................................................................... 5 Aircraft Surface Contamination Procedures ............................................................................................... 12 Announcements - General ......................................................................................................................... 12 Apron Safety Procedures ........................................................................................................................... 12 Cabin Supervision ...................................................................................................................................... 8 Cabin Checks/Lavatory Checks - During Flight ......................................................................................... 11 Cabin Baggage ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Cabin/Galley Secure - Prior to Take-off/Landing ..................................................................................... 10 Cargo in Passenger Seats/Cabin ............................................................................................................... 10 Carriage of Animals in the Cabin.................................................................................................................. 7 Carriage of Guide and Service Animal(s) ................................................................................................... 7 Carriage of Weapons ................................................................................................................................. 8 Child Restraint Systems ............................................................................................................................. 8 Crew Pre-Flight Safety Briefings ................................................................................................................ 6 Crew Member Responsibility ...................................................................................................................... 5 Crew Complement ..................................................................................................................................... 6 Door Procedures/Signals (Normal Operation) ........................................................................................... 8 Duties After Landing - Taxi-in ..................................................................................................................... 11 Duties Prior to/During Pushback/Taxi/Preparation for Take-off ................................................................. 9 Exit Row Seating ........................................................................................................................................ 8 Flight Deck ................................................................................................................................................. 5 Flight Attendant Consumption of Alcohol/Medication/Drugs ...................................................................... 5 Flight Attendant Manual ............................................................................................................................. 5 Flight Attendant Responsibility ................................................................................................................... 5 Flight Deck Service .................................................................................................................................... 5 Flight Attendant Safety Responsibilities/Duties .......................................................................................... 11 Flight Attendant Seats/Stations ................................................................................................................ 10 Fuelling with Passengers on Board ............................................................................................................ 11 Galley/Service Equipment .......................................................................................................................... 10 Ground Service .......................................................................................................................................... 8 Incident Reporting ...................................................................................................................................... 11 Infant Seating ............................................................................................................................................. 8 Inoperative Doors ....................................................................................................................................... 8 Liquor Laws ................................................................................................................................................ 11 Missed Approach ........................................................................................................................................ 12 FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-4 Passenger Medical Oxygen ....................................................................................................................... 9 Passenger Head Count/Weight and Balance ............................................................................................. 8 Passenger Safety Announcements ............................................................................................................ 7 Pre-Flight Serviceability Checks of Safety and Emergency Equipment ..................................................... 6 Pre-Take-off/Pre-Landing Checks ............................................................................................................. 9 Prisoners/Escorts ....................................................................................................................................... 8 Rejected (Aborted) Take-off ....................................................................................................................... 12 Seat Belts/No Smoking Signs .................................................................................................................... 9 Seat Belts ................................................................................................................................................... 9 Security Pass ............................................................................................................................................. 6 Signals - Take-off/Landing Imminent ......................................................................................................... 9 Silent Review ............................................................................................................................................ 10 Smoking ..................................................................................................................................................... 9 Special Needs Passengers ........................................................................................................................ 6 Sterile Flight Deck ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Transport Canada ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Transportation of Dangerous Goods in Cabin ............................................................................................ 11 Turbulence ................................................................................................................................................. 10 Unruly, Unmanageable and Impaired Passengers .................................................................................... 11 Unserviceable Flight Attendant Seat ........................................................................................................ 10 Use of Portable Electronic Devices ............................................................................................................ 9 Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System ................................................................................ 12 FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-5 1A.0 Transport Canada Roles/functions of Inspectors Inspector identification Air operator procedures - carriage of Inspectors Authority of Inspectors 1A.1 Crew Member Responsibility - to follow and enforce company policies/procedures and regulatory requirements. 1A.2 Flight Attendant Responsibility - to communicate any on board safety concerns they may have or that may be communicated to them by a passenger to the Captain. 1A.3 Flight Attendant Manual Revision procedures Air operator procedures re: accessibility Responsibility to update personal copy(s) of manual(s) 1A.4 Flight Attendant Consumption of Alcohol/Medication/Drugs - air operator policy 1A.5 Flight Deck Authority of the pilot in command Chain of command while on duty Safe communication practices with the flight deck 1A.6 Admittance to the Flight Deck Pilot in command's authority for admittance to the flight deck Policies and procedures regarding admittance to flight deck and occupancy of flight deck seats 1A.7 Sterile Flight Deck Definition Phases of flight Emergency communication during these periods 1A.8 Flight Deck Service Safety guidelines Procedures re: crew meals FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-6 1A.9 Security Pass Transport Canada issued security pass - policies/procedures regarding use/wearing of the card Procedures - lost security pass 1A.10 Crew Complement Minimum cabin crew - each aircraft type Crew position assignment priorities, each aircraft type Operations Specification - "Exceptional Circumstances" 1A.11 Crew Pre-Flight Safety Briefings Procedures re: - when and by whom to be conducted - content and format 1A.12 Pre-Flight Serviceability Checks of Safety and Emergency Equipment When checks are completed - change of crew - change of aircraft - continuous duty periods with crew rest between operations How/who to perform checks - associated paperwork/checklists What to do if equipment is: - unserviceable - missing - replaced 1A.13 Special Needs Passengers Definition and description of passengers deemed "Special Needs Passengers" Restrictions in numbers to be carried - each aircraft type Seating restrictions Procedures re: special briefing prior to departure to meet the particular requirements of each individual special needs passenger - include content and methodology Seat back recline procedures Carriage of: stretcher(s), incubator(s) - procedures FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-7 1A.14 Passenger Safety Announcements Pre-flight passenger safety announcement and demonstration - identify the requirement for, prior to departure - identify the content of, including but not limited to:  carry-on baggage regulations  use of seatbelts; fastening, releasing, tightening  seatbacks and tray table positioning  location of emergency exits and exit locator signs  seatbelt and no smoking signs  oxygen mask locations, donning and operation  life preserver location, removal from stowage, donning and operation  location, operation, instructions for other floatation equipment  emergency lighting/floor proximity lighting system  passengers advised that they may draw any concerns to the attention of a  cabin crew member  passenger operated electronic devices  safety features card Identify the content of the after-take-off briefing including but not limited to: - smoking regulations - recommended use of seatbelt in-flight Identify the requirement for and the content of briefings regarding turbulence - directing use of seatbelts - stowing carry-on baggage Identify the content of the pre-landing briefing including but not limited to: - carry-on baggage stowage - fastening of seatbelts - seatbacks and tray table positioning - location of exits on flights scheduled four hours or more Identify the content of the after-landing briefing including but not limited to: - remaining seated with seatbelts fastened - carry-on baggage requirements - smoking restrictions - safe movement away from aircraft 1A.15 Carriage of Guide and Service Animal(s) Procedures 1A.16 Carriage of Animals in the Cabin Procedures FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-8 1A.17 Child Restraint Systems Terms of acceptance Maximum weight, height of occupants Procedures for the carriage of the seat Labelling requirements Seating locations - restrictions Special briefing requirement 1A.18 Infant Seating Restrictions 1A.19 Exit Row Seating Restrictions 1A.20 Prisoners/Escorts Transportation procedures 1A.21 Cabin Supervision Definition Procedures - station stops; during boarding; and deplaning of passengers 1A.22 Carriage of Weapons Procedures 1A.23 Passenger Head Count/Weight and Balance Procedures 1A.24 Door Procedures/Signals (Normal Operation) Closing of doors Arming of doors Disarming of doors Opening of doors 1A.25 Inoperative Doors MEL relief given to carriers when a door/slide is inoperative, including but not limited to: - number of doors/slides that may be inoperative for each aircraft type - passenger load and seating restrictions for each aircraft type - flight attendant duties and manning of stations for take-off and landing when this condition occurs - signage, placarding, and announcement to passengers regarding inoperative door/slide 1A.26 Ground Service Regulatory requirements Procedures FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-9 1A.27 Duties Prior to/During Pushback/Taxi/Preparation for Take-off Regulatory requirements and procedures Safety duties only 1A.28 Pre-Take-off/Pre-Landing Checks - Cabin/Galley Secure Procedures: passenger; cabin; galley; lavatory Air operator's procedures to ensure that cabin/galley duties are complete and flight attendants seated and secured prior to commencement of the take-off roll and prior to landing. 1A.29 Passenger Medical Oxygen Procedures re: acceptance of passengers and equipment Stowage/securing means/devices for take-off, landing, and in-flight turbulence. 1A.30 Seat Belts/No Smoking Signs Flight attendant(s) duties when a seat belt/no smoking sign is changed (ON/OFF) 1A.31 Seat Belts Requirement for seat belts Passenger requirement for use Crew requirement for use Seat belt extensions 1A.32 Smoking Non Smokers Health Act Regulatory requirements including enforcement Air operator procedures 1A.33 Use of Portable Electronic Devices Procedures re: - items permitted without restriction - items permitted during cruise - items prohibited Procedures when interference to aircraft systems is experienced Use of devices on open ramps and during boarding/deplaning FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 1 – SAFETY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 1-10 1A.34 Turbulence Definitions from A.I.P. (...) CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX Rapid Decompression ................................................................................................................................ 3 Cabin Pressurization Problems .................................................................................................................. 3 Fire Prevention ........................................................................................................................................... 3 Fire Fighting ................................................................................................................................................ 3 Flashfire/Flashover ..................................................................................................................................... 3 Engine Fires/APU Fires/Torching ............................................................................................................... 3 Fuel Spills/Fires .......................................................................................................................................... 4 Gate/Apron Emergencies ........................................................................................................................... 4 PTV Mated to the Aircraft Emergencies ..................................................................................................... 4 Cabin Smoke/Smoke Removal .................................................................................................................. 4 Fuel Fumes in the Cabin ............................................................................................................................. 4 Fuel Dumping ............................................................................................................................................. 4 Incapacitated Flight Deck Crew Member .................................................................................................... 4 Incapacitated Flight Attendant .................................................................................................................... 4 Propeller Overspeed and Runaway ............................................................................................................ 4 Passenger Brace Positions for Impact ....................................................................................................... 4 Flight Attendant Brace Positions ................................................................................................................. 5 Brace Commands ....................................................................................................................................... 5 Emergency Evacuation Commands - General ........................................................................................... 5 Emergency Evacuation Commands - Applications ..................................................................................... 5 Notification of an Emergency ...................................................................................................................... 5 Brace Signals .............................................................................................................................................. 5 Evacuations vs. Rapid Deplanements ........................................................................................................ 6 Evacuations ................................................................................................................................................ 6 Evacuation Signals ..................................................................................................................................... 7 Prepared Emergency Landing/Ditching ...................................................................................................... 7 Exit Priorities - Land/Ditching ...................................................................................................................... 7 Post-Evacuation and Survival ..................................................................................................................... 7 FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL STANDARD TP 12295 E Section 2 – EMERGENCY PROCEDURES PART A Revision: Two - April 1, 1996 Page 2-2 ALPHABETICAL INDEX Brace Signals .............................................................................................................................................. 5 Brace Commands ....................................................................................................................................... 5 Cabin Smoke/Smoke Removal .................................................................................................................. 4 Cabin Pressurization Problems .................................................................................................................. 3 Emergency Evacuation Commands - General ........................................................................................... 5 Emergency Evacuation Commands - Applications ..................................................................................... 5 Engine Fires/APU Fires/Torching ............................................................................................................... 3 Evacuation Signals ..................................................................................................................................... 7 Evacuations ................................................................................................................................................ 6 Evacuations vs.
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Score: 1252336.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...endant%20Manual%20Standard.pdf
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Means of transport admittance The means of transport will be or has been admitted.
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Score: 1234609.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._GovernmentActionCode_D09B.xsd
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GE.11-22753 (E)
Inspection certificate [8.1.2.1] • Of the fire extinguishers [8.1.6.1] • Of the fire-hoses [8.1.6.1] • Of the electrical installations [8.1.7] • Of the special equipment [8.1.6.3/8.1.6.4] • Of the fire extinguishers [8.1.6.1] • Of the fire-hoses [8.1.6.1] • Of the electrical installations [8.1.7] • Of the special equipment [8.1.6.3/8.1.6.4] • Of the hose assemblies used for loading and unloading (8.1.6.2) • Of the pressure relief and vacuum relief valves (8.1.6.5), except for open type N and open type N with flame arrester 10. (...) Notice boards prohibiting admittance on board [8.3.3/9.1.0.71/9.2.0.71] 11. Notice boards prohibiting admittance on board [8.3.3/9.3.1.71/9.3.2.71/ 9.3.3.71] 12.
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Score: 1224811.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.15/AC.2/2011/40&Lang=E
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(bet.2nd and 3rd Avenues) New York, NY 10017 No admittance prior to 6:10 PM Reserve: As soon as possible make your reservations by telephoning AFICS/NY at 212-963-2943 or email to afics@un.org.
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Score: 1169869.7 - https://www.un.org/other/afics...reception_flyer_sent190502.pdf
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No such notification, however, is required for a passage through the territorial sea in the Oresund (the Sound) between the lines Kullen-Gilbjerghoven and Falsterbo Udde (Falsterbo Point)-the Stevn Lighthouse. Admittance to Swedish territory for naval vessels in a case other than that referred to in the first paragraph requires permission. (...) Article 5 A military aircraft of a foreign Power shall be admitted to pass through the airspace above the territorial sea in the Oresund (the Sound) between the lines Kullen-Gilbjerghoved and Falsterbo Udde (Falsterbo Point) - the Stevn Lighthouse. Admittance to Swedish territory of aircraft in a case other than that referred to in the first paragraph requires permission. (...) In addition to the provisions of the Proclamation, such special regulations relative to admittance to Swedish territory apply as the King in Council may determine.
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Score: 1137427.7 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...ILES/SWE_1966_Proclamation.pdf
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REPORT OF THE WORKING PARTY ON ITS 57TH SESSION : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE, WORKING PARTY ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS
Pipes for loading or unloading (cargo piping) means all pipes which may contain liquid or gaseous cargo, including the connected pumps, filters and closure devices. Pressures For cargo tanks, all kinds of pressures (e.g. test pressure, internal pressure, start-to-discharge pressure of safety valves) shall be expressed as gauge pressures in kPa (bar); the vapour pressure of substances, however, shall be expressed as absolute pressure in kPa (bar). (...) Carriage may be under pressure or in the liquid state under refrigeration. (...) Where a vessel carries cargo tanks with different test pressures, the test pressure of each cargo tank shall be shown in the certificate of approval.This provision shall also apply for the relief pressure of the corresponding high-velocity vent valves.
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Score: 1093944.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=TRANS/WP.15/136/ADD.2&Lang=E
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The Applicant further submits that “[d]uring this time period, there were close connections between the Thai courts and the Government and Thai courts were perceived as being heavily influenced by political pressure.” He substantiates this claim with a February 2002 article from the Economist, a 2010 admittance by a retiring President of the Thai Supreme Administrative Court as to the existence and extent of political interference in the Thai judicial system and an April 2012 Bangkok Post article alleging Thai political institutions’ scrutiny of Thai courts. 14.
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Score: 1086203.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-136.pdf
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PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE REGULATIONS ANNEXED TO ADN FOR ENTRY INTO FORCE ON 1 JANUARY 2023
(Reference document: ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.2/76) For UN No. 1010, BUTADIENES STABILIZED or BUTADIENES AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURE, STABILIZED, having a vapour pressure at 70 °C not exceeding 1.1 MPa (11 bar) and a density at 50 °C not lower than 0.525 kg/l (contains less than 0.1% 1.3-butadiene): amend column (2) to read: “BUTADIENES, STABILIZED or BUTADIENES AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURE, STABILIZED, containing more than 40% butadienes (contains less than 0.1% 1,3-butadiene).”. (...) (Reference document: ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.2/76) For UN No. 1010, BUTADIENES, STABILIZED or BUTADIENES AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURE, STABILIZED, having a vapour pressure at 70 °C not exceeding 1.1 MPa (11 bar) and a density at 50 °C not lower than 0.525 kg/l, (with 0.1% or more 1.3-butadiene): amend column (2) to read: “BUTADIENES, STABILIZED or BUTADIENES AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURE, STABILIZED, containing more than 40% butadienes (contains 0.1% or more 1,3-butadiene)”. (...) Substance/cargo tank characteristics Requirements arising Class 3, flash-point < 23°C Corrosive substances CMR substances Cargo tank equipment 175 kPa ≤ Pv 50 < 300 kPa without refrigeration Pressure tank (400 kPa) 175 kPa ≤ P v 50 < 300 kPa, with refrigeration Pressure relief valve/high velocity vent valve opening pressure: 50 kPa (with refrigeration (No. 1 in column (9))) 150 kPa ≤ Pv 50 < 175 kPa 110 kPa ≤ Pv 50 < 150 kPa without water spraying Pressure relief valve/high velocity vent valve opening pressure: 50 kPa 110 kPa ≤ Pv 50 < 150 kPa with water spraying Vapour pressure > 10 kPa (calculation of the vapour pressure according to the formula for column 10, except that va = 0.03) Pressure relief valve/high velocity vent valve opening pressure: 10 kPa (with water spraying (No. 3 in column (9))) Pv 50 < 110 kPa Packing group I or II with Pv 50 > 12.5 kPa or reacting dangerously with water or with gases in solution Vapour pressure ≤ 10 kPa (calculation of the vapour pressure according to the formula for column 10, except that va = 0.03) Pressure relief valve/high velocity vent valve opening pressure: 10 kPa (Reference document: ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.2/78) ECE/ADN/2022/1 6 Chapter 7.2 7.2.4.41 In the first sentence, after “and smoking” insert “, including electronical cigarettes”.
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Score: 1078077 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=ECE/ADN/2022/1&Lang=E
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