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Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992

    Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations

    Clear Language

    ; Part 1 - Coming into Force, Repeal, Interpretation, General Provisions and Special

    Cases

    ; Part 2 - Classification

    ; Part 3 - Documentation

    ; Part 4 - Dangerous Goods Safety Marks

    ; Part 5 - Means of Containment

    ; Part 6 - Training

    ; Part 7 - Emergency Response Assistance Plan

    ; Part 8 - Accidental Release and Imminent Accidental Release Report Requirements

    ; Part 9 - Road

    ; Part 10 - Rail

    ; Part 11 - Marine

    ; Part 12 - Air

    ; Part 13 - Protective Direction

    ; Part 14 - Permit for Equivalent Level of Safety

    ; Part 15 - Court Order

    ; Part 16 - Inspectors

    ; Schedule 1 - Classes 1 to 9

    ; Schedule 2 - Special Provisions

    ; Schedule 3 - Alphabetical Index

    ; Established by:

    PART 1

    COMING INTO FORCE, REPEAL, INTERPRETATION,

    GENERAL PROVISIONS AND SPECIAL CASES

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     SECTION Coming into Force 1.1 Repeal 1.2

    Interpretation 1.3 Definitions 1.4

    General Provisions

    Forbidden Dangerous Goods and Special Provisions 1.5 Quantity Limits in Columns 8 and 9 of Schedule 1 1.6 Safety Requirements, Documents, Safety Marks 1.7 Prohibition: Explosives 1.8 Use of the Most Recent Version of the ICAO Technical Instructions, 1.9 the IMDG Code or 49 CFR

    Use of Classification in the ICAO Technical Instructions, the IMDG 1.10 Code or the UN Recommendations

    Use of 49 CFR for Non-regulated Dangerous Goods 1.11 Evidence: Safety Marks, Prescribed Documents 1.12 Defence: Due Diligence 1.13

    Special Cases

    Exemption for Personal Use 1.15 500 kg Exemption 1.16 Limited Quantities 1.17 Medical Device or Article 1.18 Samples 1.19 National Defence 1.20 Agriculture: 1 500 kg Farm Vehicle Exemption 1.21 Agriculture: 3 000 kg Retail Exemption 1.22 Agriculture: Pesticide Exemption 1.23 Agriculture: Anhydrous Ammonia Exemption 1.24 Transportation within a Facility 1.25 Emergency Response 1.26 Operation of a Means of Transport 1.27 Transportation between Two Properties 1.28 Dangerous Goods in an Instrument or in Equipment 1.29 Marine 1.30 Class 1, Explosives 1.31 Class 2, Gases 1.32 Class 3, Flammable Liquids: General Exemption 1.33

Class 3, Flammable Liquids: Flash Point Between 60.5?C and 93?C 1.34

    Class 3, Flammable Liquids: UN1202, DIESEL FUEL, or UN1203, 1.35 GASOLINE Exemption

    Class 3, Flammable Liquids: Alcoholic Beverage Exemption 1.36

    Class 3, Flammable Liquids: Alcohol Exemption 1.37

    Class 3, Flammable Liquids: Polyester Resin Kit Exemption 1.38

    Class 6.2, Infectious Substances: Risk Group 2 Exemption 1.39

    Class 6.2, Infectious Substances: Risk Group 3 Exemption 1.40

    Biological Products 1.41

    Substances Believed Not to Contain Infectious Substances 1.42

    Class 7, Radioactive Materials 1.43

    Residue of Dangerous Goods in a Drum 1.44

    Fumigation of Means of Containment 1.45

    Miscellaneous Special Cases 1.46

    Security on Board a Means of Transport 1.47

    COMING INTO FORCE, REPEAL, INTERPRETATION,

    GENERAL PROVISIONS AND SPECIAL CASES

    1.1 Coming into Force

    These Regulations come into force 12 months after the day on which they are published in

    Part II of the Canada Gazette.

    1.2 Repeal

    On the day these Regulations come into force, the "Transportation of Dangerous Goods

    Regulations", as made by Order in Council P.C. 1985-147 dated January 17, 1985 and

    registered as SOR/85-77, are repealed.

    1.3 Interpretation

    (1) Anything written in italics in these Regulations is not part of the Regulations.

    (2) In these Regulations,

    (a) "must" is imperative and "may" is permissive;

    (b) the words "on", "in" or "by" are synonymous when they are associated with the defined

    term "road vehicle" or "railway vehicle";

    (c) pressure expressed in kPa is gauge pressure unless designated as absolute pressure, except for vapour pressure, which is always absolute pressure;

    (d) shipping names listed in Schedule 1 may be

    (i) written in the singular or plural,

    (ii) written in upper or lower case letters, except that when the shipping name is followed by the descriptive text associated with the shipping name the descriptive text must be in lower case letters and the shipping name must be in upper case letters (capitals), and (iii) in English only, put in a different word order as long as the full shipping name is used and the word order is a commonly used one;

    For example, "AMMONIA, ANHYDROUS" may be written "ANHYDROUS AMMONIA" and "SULPHUR, MOLTEN" may be written "MOLTEN SULPHUR".

    (e) a symbol set out in column 1 of the following table represents the corresponding unit of measure set out in column 2:

    Table

    Column 1 Column 2

    Symbol Unit of Measure

    Bq becquerel

    ?C degree Celsius

    3ft cubic feet

    g gram

    h hour

    Hz hertz

    J joule

    J/g joules per gram

    kg kilogram

    kilobecquerels per kBq/kg kilogram

    km kilometre

    km/h kilometres per hour

    kPa kilopascal

    L litre

    L/kg litres per kilogram

    LC lethal concentration

    LD lethal dose

    m metre

    3 cubic metre m

    mg milligram

    mg/kg milligrams per kilogram

    mg/L milligrams per litre

    mL millilitre

    millilitres per cubic 3mL/m metre

    mm millimetre

    mph miles per hour

    MPa megapascal

    mSv/h millisieverts per hour

    pounds per square psig inch, gauge

    µSv/h microsieverts per hour

    µm micrometre and

    (f) a document set out in column 2 of the following table is a safety standard or a safety

    requirement that is cited in these Regulations by its corresponding short form set out in column

    1:

    The corresponding item number in the French-language table is shown in parentheses under

    the English-language item number.

    Table

    Column 2 Column 1 Item Safety Standard or Safety Short Form Requirement

    ASTM G 31-72, "Standard Practice

    for Laboratory Immersion Corrosion 1 ASTM Corrosion Testing of Metals", May 30, 1972, as

    Test reapproved in 1995, published by the (22) American Society for Testing and

    Materials (ASTM)

    ASTM D 1200-94, "Standard Test

    Method for Viscosity by Ford 2

    ASTM D 1200 Viscosity Cup", August 15, 1994,

    (1) published by the American Society

    for Testing and Materials (ASTM)

    ASTM D 4359-90, "Standard Test

    Method for Determining Whether a 3 Material Is a Liquid or a Solid", July ASTM D 4359 1990, published by the American (2) Society for Testing and Materials

    (ASTM)

    ASTM F 852-86, "Standard

    Specification for Portable Gasoline 4 Containers for Consumer Use", June ASTM F 852 1986, published by the American (3) Society for Testing and Materials

    (ASTM)

    Parts 171 to 180 of Title 49 of the

    "Code of Federal Regulations" of the 5

    49 CFR United States, 2000, but not

    (4 ) including Subpart B of Part 107 when

    it is referenced in Parts 171 to 180

    "Standard for Classification of Toxic 6 Gas Mixtures", Second Edition, CGA P-20 1995, published by the Compressed (5) Gas Association, Inc. (CGA)

    National Standard of Canada 7 CAN/CGSB-32.301-M87, "Canola CGSB-32.301 Meal", April 1987, published by the (6) Canadian General Standards Board

(CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada CAN/CGSB-43.123-M86, 8 "Containers, Metal, Aerosol (TC-2P, CGSB-43.123 TC-2Q)", April 1986, published by (7 ) the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada CAN/CGSB-43.125-99, "Packaging

    of Infectious Substances, Diagnostic 9 Specimens, Biological Products and CGSB-43.125 Biomedical Waste for Transport", (8) May 1999, published by the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada CAN/CGSB-43.126-98,

    "Remanufacturing and 10 Reconditioning of Drums Used for CGSB-43.126 the Transportation of Dangerous (9) Goods", December 1998, published by the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada CAN/CGSB-43.146-2002, "Design,

    Manufacture and Use of 11 Intermediate Bulk Containers for the CGSB-43.146 Transportation of Dangerous (10) Goods", January 2002, published by the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada CAN/CGSB-43.147-2002,

    "Construction, Modification, Qualification, Maintenance, and 12

    CGSB-43.147 Selection and Use of Means of

    (11) Containment for the Handling, Offering for Transport or

    Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Rail", March 2000, published by

    the Canadian General Standards

    Board (CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada

    CAN/CGSB-43.150-97,

    "Performance Packagings for 13

    CGSB-43.150 Transportation of Dangerous

    (12) Goods", December 1997, published

    by the Canadian General Standards

    Board (CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada

    CAN/CGSB-43.151-97, "Packing of 14 Explosives (Class 1), for CGSB-43.151 Transportation", December 1997, (13) published by the Canadian General

    Standards Board (CGSB)

    National Standard of Canada

    CAN/CSA B339-02, "Cylinders,

    Spheres and Tubes for the 15 Transportation of Dangerous CSA B339 Goods", October 2002, as amended (16) in November 2003, published by the

    Canadian Standards Association

    (CSA)

    National Standard of Canada

    CAN/CSA B340-02, "Selection and

    Use of Cylinders, Spheres, Tubes,

    and Other Containers for the 16

    CSA B340 Transportation of Dangerous Goods,

    (17 ) Class 2", October 2002, as amended

    in January 2004 and February 2005,

    published by the Canadian

    Standards Association (CSA)

    CSA Preliminary Standard

    B616-M1989, "Rigid Polyethylene

    Intermediate Bulk Containers for the 17

    CSA B616 Transportation of Dangerous

    (18) Goods", May 1989, published by the

    Canadian Standard

    Association (CSA)

CSA Standard B620-03, "Highway

    Tanks and Portable Tanks for the 18 Transportation of Dangerous CSA B620 Goods", July 2003, published by the (19) Canadian Standards Association

    (CSA)

    National Standard of Canada CAN/CSA B621-03, "Selection and Use of Highway Tanks, Portable Tanks, Cargo Compartments, and 19 Containers for the Transportation of CSA B621 Dangerous Goods, Classes 3, 4, 5, (20) 6.1, 8, and 9", July 2003, as amended in May 2004, published by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA)

    National Standard of Canada CAN/CSA B622-03, "Selection and Use of Highway Tanks, Multi-unit

    Tank Car Tanks, and Portable Tanks 20 for the Transportation of Dangerous CSA B622 Goods, Class 2", July 2003, (21) published by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and approved as a National Standard of Canada in September 2004

    "Method 1311, Toxicity

    Characteristic Leaching Procedure", July 1992, in "Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Volume 1C: 21 Laboratory Manual, EPA Method 1311 Physical/Chemical Methods", Third (31) Edition, SW-846, November 1986,

    published by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

    "Technical Instructions for the Safe

    Transport of Dangerous Goods by 22 ICAO Technical Air", 2003-2004 Edition, published by Instructions (23) the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

    Volumes I of the "International

    Maritime Dangerous Goods Code",

    1994 Consolidated Edition, as 23 IMDG Code, 29th amended in 1998 by Amendment Amendment (14) No. 29, published by the

    International Maritime Organization

    (IMO)

    Volumes 1 and 2 of the "International

    Maritime Dangerous Goods Code", 24

    IMDG Code 2002 Edition, including Amendment

    (15) 31-02, published by the International

    Maritime Organization (IMO)

    International Standard ISO 2431,

    "Paints and varnishes -

    Determination of flow time by use of

    flow cups", Fourth Edition, 25

    ISO 2431 February 15, 1993, including

    (24) Technical Corrigendum 1, 1994,

    published by the International

    Organization for Standardization

    (ISO)

    International Standard ISO 2592,

    "Petroleum Products - Determination

    of flash and fire points - Cleveland 26

    ISO 2592 open cup method", First Edition,

    (25) December 15, 1973, published by

    the International Organization for

    Standardization (ISO)

    International Standard ISO 9328-2,

    "Steel plates and strips for pressure

    purposes - Technical delivery

    conditions - Part 2: Unalloyed and

    low-alloyed steels with specified 27

    ISO 9328-2 room temperature and elevated

    (26) temperature properties", First

    Edition, December 1, 1991,

    published by the International

    Organization for Standardization

    (ISO)

    28 ISO 10156 International Standard ISO 10156,

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