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At the sixteenth working group meeting of the Dangerous Goods Panel (DGP-WG/16, Montreal, 17 to 21 October 2016), a working paper was presented asking the working group to decide whether UN 2807 — Magnetized material needs to be listed in Table 7-9 and if the text in the table needs to be clarified (see paragraph 3.2.7.5 of the DGP-WG/16 Report). 1.2 At that time, it was decided that an amendment would be developed to address the need for extra requirements and the apparent inconsistencies in the Technical Instructions. 1.3 Table 7-9 lists UN 2807 — Magnetized material as one of the items of dangerous goods that do not need to appear with the information to the pilot-in-command in accordance with Packing Instruction 953. International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/17-WP/30 23/3/17 DGP-WG/17-WP/30 - 2 - 1.4 On the other hand, Packing Instruction 953 splits UN 2807 into two categories: a) Magnetized materials with field strengths causing a compass deflection of more than 2 degrees at a distance of 2.1 m but not more than 2 degrees at a distance of 4.6 m; and b) Magnetized material with a field strength sufficient to cause a compass deflection of more than 2 degrees at a distance of 4.6 m. 1.5 According to Packing Instruction 953, only magnetized materials with field strengths causing a compass deflection of more than 2 degrees at a distance of 2.1 m but not more than 2 degrees at a distance of 4.6 m are relieved from appearing with the information provided to the pilot-in-command. 1.6 Table 7-9 does not mention this particularity, showing all magnetized materials under UN 2807 as if it does not need to appear with the information provided to the pilot-in-command. 1.7 By looking at Table 7-9, one can note that there are a few entries where the middle column describes a particularity of a specific item of dangerous goods. (...) For UN 2807 — Magnetized material, there is a lack of information that causes the inconsistencies discussed during DGP-WG/16. 1.10 We understand that Table 7-9 needs to me amended. 2.
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Score: 1220007 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG17/DGPWG.17.WP.030.2.en.pdf
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Where packages are contained in a unit load device, as permitted by 1.4.1, the checklist should not require the checking of packages individually for the correct marking and labelling. . . . 1.4 ACCEPTANCE OF FREIGHT CONTAINERS AND UNIT LOAD DEVICES 1.4.1 An operator must not accept from a shipper a freight container or a unit load device containing dangerous goods other than: a) a freight container for radioactive material (see 6;7.1); DGP-WG/14-WP/11 Appendix A-2 b) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing consumer commodities prepared according to Packing Instruction Y963; c) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing dry ice used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods prepared according to Packing Instruction 954; or d) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing magnetized material. 1.4.2 When an operator accepts a unit load device or other type of pallet containing consumer commodities or dry ice as permitted by 1.4.1, the operator must attach an identification tag as required by 2.8.1 to the unit load device. . . . (...) A151 When dry ice is used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods loaded in a unit load device or other type of pallet, the quantity limits per package shown in columns 11 and 13 of Table 3-1 for dry ice do not apply.
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Score: 1219643.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...4/DGPWG.14.WP.011.2.Rev.en.pdf
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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1 JULY 2000 TO 30 JUNE 2001 AND PROPOSED BUDGET FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1 JULY 2002 TO 30 JUNE 2003 OF THE UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION MISSION IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO : REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETRARY QUESTIONS
United Nations A/56/887/Add.11 General Assembly Distr.: General 8 May 2002 Original: English 02-37585 (E) 170502 *0237585* Fifty-sixth session Agenda items 133 and 158 Administrative and
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Score: 1217222.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/56/887/ADD.11&Lang=E
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ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to consider: a) amending Part 5;1.1. as follows: Chapter 1 GENERAL . . . 1.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS . . . f) the overpack does not contain packages of dangerous goods which require segregation according to Table 7-1; g) when an overpack is used, packages must be appropriately secured within the overpack; g h) the dangerous goods are not included in any freight container/unit load device except for radioactive material as specified in 7;2.9 (subject to the approval of the operator, this does not apply to a unit load device containing consumer commodities prepared according to Packing Instruction 910 or dry ice used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods when prepared according to Packing Instruction 904 or magnetized material when prepared according to Packing Instruction 902); i) before a package or overpack is reused, all inappropriate dangerous goods labels and markings are removed or completely obliterated; and j) each package contained within an overpack is properly packed, marked, labelled and is free of any indication that its integrity has been compromised and in all respects is properly prepared as required in these Instructions.
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Score: 1216187.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...9/DGPWG.09.WP.059.2.Rev.en.pdf
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DRAFT RECOMMENDATION NO. 30, HARMONIZED COMMODITY DESCRIPTION AND CODING SYSTEM FOR THE CODING OF GOODS AND COMMODITIES / SUBMITTED BY THE CODES WORKING GROUP (CDWG)
UNITED NATIONS E Economic and Social Council Distr. GENERAL TRADE/CEFACT/2000/12 19 January 2000 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE
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Score: 1210717.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=TRADE/CEFACT/2000/12&Lang=E
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.— An acceptance check is not required for dangerous goods in excepted quantities and radioactive material in excepted packages. 1.3 ACCEPTANCE OF FREIGHT CONTAINERS AND UNIT LOAD DEVICES 1.3.1 An operator must not accept from a shipper a freight container or a unit load device containing dangerous goods other than: a) A freight container for radioactive material (see 6;7.1); b) A unit load device or other type of pallet containing consumer commodities prepared according to Packing Instruction 910; c) A unit load device or other type of pallet containing dry ice used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods prepared according got Packing Instruction 904; or d) A unit load device or other type of pallet containing magnetized material. 1.3.2 When an operator accepts a unit load device or other type of pallet containing consumer commodities, dry ice or magnetized material as permitted by 1.3.1, the operator must attach an identification tag as required by 2.7.1 to the unit load device.”
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Score: 1206533.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2007/DGPWG.07.WP.047.2.en.pdf
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ENVER HADZIHASANOVIC AMIR KUBURA _____________________________________________ ORDER ON THE ADMISSION OF EXHIBITS BY THE CHAMBER _____________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor : Mr Daryl Mundis Ms Tecla Henry-Benjamin Mr Stefan Waespi Mr Matthias Neuner Counsel for the Accused : Ms Edina Residovic and Mr Stéphane Bourgon for Enver Hadzihasanovic Mr Fahrudin Ibrisimovic and Mr Rodney Dixon for Amir Kubura   TRIAL CHAMBER II ("Chamber") of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("Tribunal"), NOTING the confidential Decision on Prosecution Motion for Site Visit rendered by the Chamber on 18 May 2005 ("Decision") in which the Chamber ruled, inter alia , on the terms of the site visit, CONSIDERING that, in that Decision, the Chamber decided that the parties may submit their comments during the site visit, that those comments would be recorded by the Registry, transcribed into a record under the Registry’s authority, and then tendered into evidence as an exhibit of the Chamber before the closing briefs are filed, CONSIDERING that the site visit took place between 13 and 17 June 2005 and that the aforementioned procedure was followed during the visit, CONSIDERING that the magnetic recording of the parties’ comments and the transcript based on this recording should be admitted as an exhibit of the Chamber, FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS, PURSUANT to Rule 89(C) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, DECIDES to admit as exhibits of the Chamber the transcript and magnetic recording of 14, 15 and 16 June 2005, appended hereto and marked as follows: the transcript of 14 June 2005 and its magnetic recording will be admitted and marked C21 and C21/1 respectively, the transcript of 15 June 2005 and its magnetic recording will be admitted and marked C22 and C22/1 respectively, the transcript of 16 June 2005 and its magnetic recording will be admitted and marked C23 and C23/1 respectively.  
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Score: 1202640.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/h...ovic_kubura/tord/en/050630.htm
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AMENDMENTS ADOPTED BY THE RID/ADR/ADN JOINT MEETING : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
. : TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/16). 6.8.3.4.9 Amend the existing text to red as follows: “Leakproofness tests of tanks intended for the carriage of gases shall be performed at a pressure of not less than: – For compressed gases, liquefied gases and gases dissolved under pressure: 20% of the test pressure; – For refrigerated liquefied gases: 90% of the maximum working pressure.”. (...) (ref. : TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2002/25 + INF.17 of September 2002). 6.8.4 d) Add a new special provision TT8 which reads as follows: “TT8 Tanks approved for the carriage of UN 1005 AMMONIA, ANHYDROUS and constructed of fine-grained steel with a yield strength of more than 400 N/mm2 in accordance with the material standard, shall be subjected at each periodic test according to 6.8.2.4.2, to magnetic particle inspections to detect surface cracking.
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Score: 1179652.05 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.15/2003/7&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE JOINT MEETING OF THE RID COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS AND THE WORKING PARTY ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS ON ITS SPRING 2021 SESSION
GE.21-05218(E) Economic Commission for Europe Inland Transport Committee Working Party on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Joint Meeting of the RID Committee of Experts and the Working
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Score: 1167443.75 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/160&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 2 OCTOBER 2017 FROM THE CHAIR OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1718 (2006) ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The slapper in some designs is driven by magnetic force. The term “exploding foil detonator” may refer to either an EB or a slapper-type detonator. 5. (...) “Rolling element” — ball or roller which rolls between raceways (ISO 5593:1997). (b) Active magnetic bearing systems using any of the following: 1. (...) “MRF” is a material removal process using an abrasive magnetic fluid whose viscosity is controlled by a magnetic field. 2.
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Score: 1164695.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2017/829&Lang=E
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