No. Agenda Item No. Title Comments
1 6 Freely downloadable Technical Instructions from the Internet
2 2.3
2.4
Packing Instructions for Chlorosilanes
3
Revised
2 Definition of a Fuel Cell and Definition of a Fuel Cell Cartridge Revised 16/10/08
4 2.5 Subsidiary Risk Labels
5 2.3 Assignment of Packing Group to UN 3316
6 2.1 Exceptions for Dangerous Goods of the Operator
7 2.1 Definition Of "Cargo"
8 2.2 Gauge or Absolute Pressure in Gas Description
9 2.5 Dimension of Lithium Battery Handling label
10 2.4 Packing Instruction 900
11 2.8 Carriage of Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Containing Mercury by Passengers
12 2.1 Training of Dangerous Goods Inspectors
13 2.7 Information to Passengers on Dangerous Goods which may be Carried
14 2.7 Storage of Dangerous Goods Consignments while in Transit
15 2.2 Ignition Exciters Containing Radioactive Spark Gaps in Large Aircraft Engines
16 2.1 Replacement parts Transported in Containers Specifically Designed for their Transport
17 2.3 Special Provision A144 for Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE)
18 2.7 Separation of Radioactive Material from Live Animals
19 2.5 Information Regarding the use of Special Provision(s) on a Shipping Document
20 2.7 Flameless Ration Heater (FRH) and Self-Heating Beverage
21 2.4
2.7
Transport of Dangerous Goods in Non-Pressurized Cargo Holds
22 2.5 Dangerous Goods Transport Data
23 2.3
3
Proper shipping name for UN 1950 Aerosols for types that have narcotic, noxious or other properties
24 2.4 Packing Instruction 602 - Internal Pressure and Temperature Tests
25 2.3
2.4
Shipping Prototype and Low-Production Lithium Batteries
26 2.1 "Net Quantity" for Class 1 Articles
27 2.2
2.3
Classification Of Environmentally Hazardous Substances For Air Transport
28 2.3 Special Provision A152
29 2.8 Electroshock Weapons (Taser) Carried by Passengers
30 2.3 Limited Quantities
31 1 Notification to ICAO of Appropriate Authority Responsible for Air Transport Of Dangerous Goods
32 2.3 Classification of Mixtures
33 6 "Fast Track" Notification Mechanism and Amendment Process
34 2.5 Environmentally Hazardous Substances
35 2 Cash Boxes Transported By Aircraft
36 2.5
2.7
Overpacks Containing Cargo Aircraft Only Dangerous Goods
37 2.8 Flares at Football (Soccer) Matches
38 2.4
2.6
Non-UN Specification Gas Cylinder Specifications
39 3 Loading on Passenger Aircraft without Class B or C Cargo Compartments
40 2.3 State of Origin Approval
41 2.2 Classification of 1.4S Explovives
42 4 Drill Code for Lithium Batteries
43 2.5 Documentation Requirements for Quantity
44 2.1 Training of Security Personnel
45 2.8 Passenger Provisions for Consumer or Portable Electronic Devices
46 2.4 Packing Instruction 916
47 2.8 Consignments of "Personal Effects"
48 2.7 Signing of Information to Pilot-In-Command
49 2.8 Battery Powered Mobility Aids
50 2.3 Limited Quantities and Consumer Commodities
51 2.5 Self-Reactive Substances and Organic Peroxides “Keep Away From Heat” Requirements
52 2.5 Orientation Arrows on Cryogenic Receptacles
53 2.5 Description of “Overpacks” on the Dangerous Goods Transport Document
54 2.4 Marking/Labelling Requirements for Dry Ice in ULD
55 2.8 Battery-Bowered Devices
56 6 Problems Encountered by Transport of Military Dangerous Goods by Aircraft
57 2 Carriage of Dangerous Goods on Helicopters
58 2.8 Aerosols In Division 2.1 With No Subsidiary Risk for Sporting or Home Use
59 2.3
2.5
Environmentally Hazardous Substances
60 2.2
2.5
Classification of Self-Reactive Substances and Organic Peroxides
61 2.2 Classification of Viscous Substances
62 2.4 Ethyl Chloride and Similar Gases
63 2.3 Classification of Mixtures — Supplement to DGP-WG08-WP/32
64 2.3 Limited Quantities
65 2 Promulgation of Changes to the Technical Instructions
66 2.7 Securing of Dangerous Goods
67 2.3
2.5
Securing of Dangerous Goods in Overpacks

For further information you may contact:

Dr. Katherine Rooney
Chief, Dangerous Goods Section
E-mail: dgs@icao.int