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Ontario International Transport and logistics Section 10: Haz Mat. HAZ MAT TRANSPORTATION. Ruled in the USA under CFR49 / HAZ MAT. Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG). In Canada, called ‘Transport of Dangerous Goods (TDG): Directives in 16 parts :

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Ontario

International Transport and logistics

Section 10: Haz Mat

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In Canada, called ‘Transport of Dangerous Goods (TDG):

Directives in 16 parts:

Part 1: General interpretation and special cases

Part 2: Classification

Part 3: Documentation

Part 4: Danger indication – Dangerous goodsPart 5: Packaging

Part 6: Training

Part 7: Emergency response planPart 8: Requirement regarding volunteer or accidental rejects

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TDG CANADA – Table of content (2)

Part 9: Road Transportation

Part 10: Rail transportation

Part 11: Ocean transportation

Part 12: Air Transportation

Part 13: Orders

Part 14: Equivalent security levelPart 15: Court orders

Part 16: Inspectors

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CLASSES OF DANGEROUS GOODS (TDG)

Class 1: Explosives

Class 2: Gases

Class 3: Flammable liquids and combustile liquids

Class 4: Flammable solids

Class 5: Oxydizers and roganic peroxyde

Class 6: Poison

Class 7: Radioactive

Class 8: Corrosive

Class 9: Misc

Be carefull, not exactly the same placards in the USA and in Canada.

HAZ MAT placarding is in evolution around the world.  

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PLACARDING TDG -PART 4.15The shipper must provide placards (when required)for quantities greater than 500 kg for the following:

  • Exceptions
  • Class 7 cat.III: any qty
  • Explosive 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.5 > 10 kg
  • Class 1.4B, C, D, E, F and G, for more than 1000 kg
  • Explosive 1.4S: none
  • ERAP
  • Large MoC
  • Class 1
  • Classes 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
  • Class 3
  • Classes 4.1, 4.2, 4.3
  • Classes 5.1, 5.2
  • Classes 6.1, 6.2
  • Classes 7 cat I, II
  • Class 8
  • Class 9
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EXAMPLE OF AN OVERPACK

Paint, UN 1263, Net Qty 3L

Acetone, UN 1090, Net Quantity 2L

Butyl acid phosphate, UN1718, Net Qty 0.5L

Orientation arrows on opposite sides

From: ABC Chemical

521 Bourbon St

Montreal, QC, Canada H1B 2T3

To: CB Enterprises

888 West 64th Street W

Calgary, AB, Canada T4T 5G5

OVERPACK

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MARKING & LABELLING (DGR 7.1.5.7, 7.2.3.12)

  • All packed in one
  • The required markings of 7.1.5.1;
    • UN number of each dangerous goods
    • Proper Shipping of each dangerous goods
    • Net quantity or gross weight of each dangerous goods
    • Shipper’s and consignee’s addresses
  • Packages must bear the UN specification mark or be clearly marked with the Limited Quantity mark.
  • All hazard label(s) of each class or division contained.
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There are four (4) elementsthat are key in the Transportation of DangerousGoods (TDG).

  • TRAINING and CERTIFIYING the personnel;
  • Complete adequatelyproper DOCUMENTATION;
  • PACKAGE accordinglywithregulation. Use the UN boxes;
  • PLACARD Vehicles(large means of containment) and LABEL boxes / crates (smallmeans of containment).