No. Agenda Item No. Title Presented by Comments
1 6 Report of the Meeting of the Working Group of the Whole (DGP-WG/10)
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 7 to 11 November 2010
the Secretary
2 2.4 Revision to Packing Instruction 869 for Mercury in Manufactured Articles D. Brennan
3 2.4 Orientation Arrows on Packagings Containing “Hermetically Sealed” Inner Packagings D. Brennan
4 2.1 Draft Amendments to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations — Part 1 the Secretary
5 2.2 Draft Amendments to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations — Part 2 the Secretary
6 2.3 Amendments to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations — Part 3 the Secretary
7 2.4 Amendments to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations — Part 4 the Secretary
8 2.5
Draft Amendments to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations — Part 5 the Secretary
9 2.6 Draft Amendments to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations — Part 6 the Secretary
10 2.7 Draft Amendments to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations — Attachment 2 the Secretary
11 3 Draft Amendments to the Supplement to the Technical Instructions to Align with the UN Recommendations the Secretary
12 2.4
2.8
Fuel Cell Industry Update International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) 62282-6-100 International Standard for Micro Fuel Cells FCHEA
13 2.4
2.8
International Electrotechnical Commission Specification for Micro Fuel Cells using Water Reactive Fuels FCHEA
14 2.8 Small Cylinders Containing a Division 2.2 Gas D. Brennan
15
2.8 Division 4.3 Fuel Cell Cartridges in Checked Baggage DGAC & FCHEA  
16 2.3 Special Provision A70 D. Brennan
17 2.3 Packing Group and Quantity Limits:
UN 3334 Aviation Regulated Liquid, n.o.s.
UN 3335 Aviation Regulated Solid, n.o.s.
A.Tušek
18 2.5 Use of the Word ‘Prohibited’ A.Tušek
19 2.1 Proposal to Include the Definition of the State of Destination A.Tušek
20 4 Additional Drill Letter for Lithium Batteries A.Tušek
21 1 Removal of State of Overflight From The Exemption Process the Secretary
22 2.2 Use Of The Word ‘Prohibited’ in Part 2;2 A. Tušek
23 2.2 Use of the Word “Prohibited” in the Introductory Chapter to Part 2 A. Tušek
24 2.4 Requirements relating to Absorbent Material for all Relevant Packing Instructions A. Tušek
25 2.4 Carriage of Oxygen with Aquatic Animals A. Tušek
26 3 Special Provision A202 A. Tušek
27 2.6 Requirements Relating to 5H1 Packagings A. Tušek
28 2.8 Proposal to Require Organizations or Enterprises Offering Services for ‘Excess Baggage’ to Provide Information about the Types of Dangerous Goods which are Forbidden in Passengers’ Baggage A. Tušek
29 2.7 Recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods D.V. Mirko
30 4 Minor Amendment to Align Paragraph 1.5 in Doc 9481 with the Technical Instructions A. Tušek
31 2.4 Packing Group and Quantity Limits:
UN 3334 Aviation Regulated Liquid, n.o.s.
UN 3335 Aviation Regulated Solid, n.o.s.
A. Tušek
32 4 Use of the Word “Poisonous” A. Tušek
33 2.4 Incorrect Reference to 5; 3.2.11 b) A. Tušek
34 2.8 Carriage of Lithium Battery-Powered Mobility Aids D. Brennan
35 2.8 Spare Batteries in Passenger Baggage D. Brennan
36 2.5 Declaration of “Gross Mass” on the Dangerous Goods Transport Document D. Brennan
37 2.3 Table 3-1 Requirement for Gross Mass D. Brennan
38 2.4 Orientation Arrows for Batteries, Wet, Filled with Acid, UN 2794 and Batteries, Wet, Filled with Alkali, UN 2795 G A Leach
39 2.4 Polyester Resin Kits G A Leach
40 2.4 Section II Lithium Batteries G A Leach
41 2.8 Lithium Batteries in Passenger Baggage G A Leach
42 2.5 Fire Extinguishers, UN 1044 G A Leach
43
Revised
2 Dangerous Goods not Subject to all of the Requirements of the Technical Instructions G A Leach Revised 16/03/11
44 2.1 Training of Operators not Carrying Dangerous Goods M. Paquette
45 2.7 Confirmation of no Evidence of any Damage to or Leakage from the Packages Loaded on the Aircraft M. Paquette
46 2.8 Reformatting of Part 8 M. Paquette
47 2.1 Recurrent Training for Cabin Crew M. Paquette
48 2.7 Retention of Transport Documents for Rejected Shipments M. Paquette
49 2.7 Acceptance G A Leach
50 2.3 Secondary Lithium Batteries H. Brockhaus
51 6 Safety Management Systems the Secretary
52 3 Separation of Explosives T.L. Muller
53 2.1 Definitions for the Terms 'Undeclared' and 'Misdeclared' Dangerous Goods G A Leach
54 2.7 Stacking of Intermediate Bulk Containers G A Leach
55 2.7 Reporting of Dangerous Goods Occurrences G A Leach
56 2.3 Table 3-1 Requirement for Lithium Batteries Packed with and Contained in Equipment D. Brennan
57 2.8 Cigarette Lighters D. Brennan
58
Revised
2.3 Special Provision A44 - Chemical Kits and first Aid Kits D. Brennan Revised 23/03/11 (title was amended)
59 2.3 Requirements For Hydrogen Peroxide DGAC
60 5.1 Lithium Batteries in the Post UPU
61 2.3 Application of the Y Limited Quantity Mark DGAC
62 2.3 Packing Instruction Applicable to UN 1968, Insecticide Gas, N.O.S. D. Brennan
63 2.4 Packagings for Solids Which May Become Liquid During Transport D. Brennan
64 2.4 Requirements for Hydrogen Peroxide DGAC
65 5.4 Competency Framework T. Muller
66 5.2 Development of Provisions for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Helicopters G A Leach
67 2.8 Electrical Battery or Electrical Powered Device Containing Non-Spillable Batteries M. Evans
68 5.1 Lithium Batteries Subject to New UN Testing Requirements PRBA
69 5.2 Carriage Of Dangerous Goods by Helicopters J. McLaughlin
70 6 Amendment To The Technical Instructions In Response to a Request From The IAEA the Secretary

 


 

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