No. Agenda Item No. Title Presented by Comments
1 1 Recommendation Pertaining to Airmail in Annex 18 the Secretary
2 4 Emergency Response Drill Number 4, Letter "W", Firefighting Procedure D. Mirko
3 2.1 Establishment and Maintenance of Training Programmes D. Mirko
4 2.1 Keys Identifying Different Categories of Personnel Listed in Tables 1-4 and 1-5 of the Technical Instructions D. Mirko
5 2.5 Label Dimensions D. Brennan
6 WITHDRAWN
7 2.4 Packing Instructions 966, 967, 969 and 970 Q. Xu
8 2.3 UN 2796 sulphuric acid with not more than 51% acid and UN 1790 hydrofluoric acid not more than 60% strength Q. Xu
9 2.3, 2.4 UN3242 — Azodicarbonamide Q. Xu
10 2.3 Clarification on Limited Quantity Allowances D. Brennan
11 2.4 Provisions for Cylinders D. Brennan
12 2.3, 2.4 Certain 1.4s Articles in Limited Quantities Dangerous Goods Advisory Council
13 2.4, 2.8 Fuel Cell Industry Update FCHEA
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(Addendum)
2.4, 2.8 Addendum to Fuel Cell Industry Update
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 62282-6-100 International Standard for Micro Fuel Cells Amendment 1
FCHEA
14 2.5 Dangerous Goods Transport Information – Documentation – Indication of a Country CEFIC
15 2.8 Information about Dangerous Goods Carried by Passengers and Crew B. Carrara
16 2.1 Training for Comat Shippers B. Carrara
17 2.1 Training Nomenclature B. Carrara
18 1 State of Overflight in the Exemption Process the Secretary
19 2, 3 Definition of Dangerous Goods Event and Discrepancy B. Carrara
20 2.7 Stowage of Toxic and Infectious Substances D. Brennan
21 2.3 Review of Certain Division 4.2 Substances D. Brennan
22 2.4 Review of Packing Instruction Y963 D. Brennan
23 2.2 Exceptions for Medical Devices or Equipment Containing Infectious Substances

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the Secretary
24 6.2 Dangerous Goods Incident and Accident Collection and Reporting System the Secretary
25 2.3 Harmonization of Excepted Quantity Codes in the UN Model Regulations and the Technical Instructions

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the Secretary
26 6 Guidance Material on Aircraft Fire Fighting and Rescue Procedures for Accidents Involving Dangerous Goods the Secretary
27 6 Competency Framework for Operators T. Muller
28 2.3 Compatibility Requirements for Excepted Quantities T. Muller
29 2.3 UN Numbers not Included in the List of Dangerous Goods T. Muller
30 2.4 Period of Use for Plastic Drums, Jerricans and Ibcs T. Muller
31 2.7 Acceptance Checks G A Leach
32 2.5 Overpacks Containing “Cargo Aircraft Only” Dangerous Goods G A Leach
33 2.8 Gas Cartridges Carried by Passengers G A Leach
34 2.3 Dangerous Goods not Listed in Table 3-1 G A Leach
35 2.3 Packagings Forbidden in Packing Instructions but not in Excepted Quantities G A Leach
36 2.1 Net Quantity for Unpackaged Articles G A Leach
37 2.8 Pacemakers G A Leach
38 WITHDRAWN Withdrawn after it was discovered that WP/38 was a replica of WP/33.
39 2.3 Excepted Quantity Provisions – Absorbent Material – Count of Packages CEFIC
40 2.3 Secondary Lithium Batteries H. Brockhaus
41 6 Competency Framework for Designated Postal Operators T. Muller
42 6.4 Dangerous Goods Requirements for Annex 6 the Secretary
43 2.8 Electric Mobility Aids G A Leach
44 2.1 New Requirements for Designated Postal Operators T. Muller
45
(Revised)
2.4 Application of Provisions for Lithium Batteries D. Brennan The only revision in this paper is to the amendment proposed in the appendix; i.e.: in Packing Instruction 952, paragraph 2), the words “, machinery or equipment” have been marked with strikeout.(Revised 04/10/12)
46 4 Emergency Response and Portable Electronic Devices M. Paquette
47 2.2 Use of the Term "Net Mass" A. Tušek
48 2.8 Marking of Fuel Cell A. Tušek
49 7 Cooperation with the Aviation Security Panel G A Leach
50 2.7 Requirement for the Technical Name on the Written Information to the Pilot-In-Command D. Brennan
51 2.4 Lithium Ion and Lithium Metal Button Cells Installed in Equipment PRBA – The Rechargeable Battery Association
52 2.4 30-Day Transition Period for New Lithium Battery Regulations PRBA – The Rechargeable Battery Association
53 5 Hazard Communication for Energy Storage Devices the Secretary

 


 

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