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Dictionary of hazardous substances

Explosive.
Solid or liquid substance (or mixture of substances), which is in itself capable by chemical reaction of producing gas at such a temperature and pressure and at such speed that it causes damage to the surroundings. Pyrotechnic substances even if they do not emit gases are explosive. Substance which in itself is not explosive, but can form an explosive atmosphere of gas, vapor or dust does not apply to explosives.

Explosive product.
A product containing one or more explosives.

Outer packaging.
Tara used a shipper with a chain of association explicit or several packages and education single processed unit for ease of handling and storage (Note: this definition does not include unit load.)

State of origin.
State in whose territory the goods were originally loaded on the aircraft.

State registration.
The state, in the register which the aircraft.

State of the Operator.
State in which the principal place of business of the Operator or if the operator has no such place of business, his permanent place of residence.

Consignment.
One or more sites with hazardous cargo, taken from the operator of one shipper at one time and in a single address, are included in one batch and transported to one consignee at one destination.

Cargo aircraft.
Any aircraft, other than a passenger aircraft, which carry the goods or property.

Cargo space (packaging).
The final product of the operation of the packing of goods, consisting of the packaging and contents.

The cargo container.
See the unit load.

Capacity.
Restraining containers with any closing means adapted for receiving and the content of substances or products.

Liquid dangerous goods.
Unless otherwise specified, dangerous goods with a melting point or initial melting point of 20C or lower at a pressure of 101.3 kPa should be considered as a liquid. A viscous substance for which a specific melting point can not be measured, is considered liquid if it is defined as such in the test ASTM D 4359-90 or test for determining fluidity (penetrometer test with), as prescribed in Appendix A.Z publication of the United Nations ECE / TRANS/80 (Volume 1) (ADR) with the following modifications: penetrometer must comply with ISO 2137-1985 and the test shall be performed for viscous substances of any class.

Incident involving dangerous goods.
Developments relating to the carriage of dangerous goods by air and connected with it, which is not necessarily on board the aircraft and causes bodily injury of any person, damage to property, fire damage, powder, or a leak of radiation and other phenomena, reveal a violation of the packaging, but which is not an incident involving dangerous goods. Any event associated with the transport of dangerous goods which seriously jeopardizes the aircraft or of persons on board, as can be seen as an incident involving sopasnymi goods.

Exception.
Provision according to which a particular type of dangerous goods are not subject commonly used to this kind of requirement.

Net quantity.
Mass or volume of dangerous goods that make up the contents of a cargo space, excluding the mass or volume of any packaging material, with the exception of explosive articles and matches, for which the net weight is the weight of the finished product without packaging kits.

The aircraft commander.
The pilot responsible for the control of the aircraft and its safety during flight time.

Gross weight.
Total weight of cargo space.

The International System of Units (SI).
Rational and uniform system of units, representing the basis of units used in air and ground operations, within the meaning of Schedule 5 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation.

Proper shipping name.
Name to be used to describe a particular article or substance in all transportation documents and notifications and, where appropriate, on packagings (Note: These items are listed in the Dangerous Goods).

Incompatible.
A term applied to goods which, when mixed can be a dangerous evolution of heat or gas, or can form corrosive substances.

Room ID.
A temporary identification number for the items (a list of dangerous goods), which has not been assigned a UN number.

UN number.
Four-digit number assigned by the Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods to identify a substance or a particular group of substances.

Dangerous goods.
Articles or substances which, when transport by air can pose a significant threat to the health, safety or property and which are classified.

Release.
Available to the relevant national authorities, providing for exemption from the provisions.

Passenger aircraft.
Aircraft performing the carriage of any person who is not a crew member, employee of the operator on duty, the authorized representative of the relevant national authority or accompanying the consignment or other cargo.

Pyrotechnic substance.
Any combination or mixture intended to produce effects in the form of heat, sound, gas or smoke or a combination thereof as a result of a self-sustaining exothermic chemical reaction occurring without detonation.

Pyrophoric liquid.
Liquid which can instantly ignite on contact with air, whose temperature is 55C or lower.

Incident involving dangerous goods.
Developments relating to the carriage of dangerous goods by air and connected with it, as a result of which a person receives bodily harm with fatal or serious bodily injury or material damage to property.

Permission.
The permit is issued the appropriate national authority Note. Unless otherwise stated, permission is required only to state of origin.

Serious bodily injury.
An injury which is sustained by a person during the accident and which:

* Requires hospitalization for more than 48 hours, within seven days of receipt of injury;
* Or has a fracture of any bone (except simple fractures of fingers, toes or nose);
* Or involves lacerations which cause severe haemorrhage, nerve, muscle or tendon;
* Or involves injury to any internal organ;
* Or in connection with receiving burns second and third degree or any burns affecting more than 5% of the tala;
* Or involves verified exposure to infectious substances or injurious radiation.

The appropriate national authority.
Anyone with authority, or otherwise recognized by the state agency, whose activities are related to the implementation of the provisions contained in this manual.

Unit load.
Any type of freight container, aircraft container, aircraft pallet with a net, or aircraft pallet with a net over the protective caps.

Ca. 1. This definition does not include the outer packaging.
Ca. 2. This definition does not include a freight container for radioactive material.

Solid dangerous goods.
Dangerous goods, except for gases which do not fall under the definition of "liquid dangerous goods."

Flashpoint.
The lowest temperature of the liquid in the vessel in which to test evolving flammable vapor sufficient concentrations, can flare up in the air for brief contact with outside sources of ignition.

Packaging.

Capacity and any components or materials that are needed to ensure the function capacity to retain content and to meet the minimum requirements of the packing.

Packaging of goods.
Technology and operations, through which articles or substances are placed in a wrapping material and / or is in a container or securely protected in any other way.

 



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