Users of the Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) are invited to review the Significant Changes to the 60th Edition (pdf) that are effective from 1 January Users of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations are asked to note or amendments to existing text have been highlighted (in yellow - PDF or. Users of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations are asked to note the corrections to the 56th Edition, effective from 1 January or amendments to existing text have been highlighted (in yellow - PDF or grey -.
IATA DGR 54 th. Edition. Consolidated Changes for ATS. The following pages detail the changes to the 54th Edition of the DGR from the 53rd. IATA DGR 56TH EDITION PDF DOWNLOAD - 8 Jan Users of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations are asked to note the corrections to the. (IATA—Resolution Attachment “A”). Effective 1 January—31 December . Produced in consultation with ICAO. Dangerous Goods.
These diamond-shaped pictograms are required by the Globally Harmonized System for Classification and Labelling of Chemicals GHS and form part of the hazard communication system for supply and use. Spare lithium batteries above a specified size, which are permitted only with the approval of the operator, and that must be in carry-on baggage 2. Lithium battery powered electronic devices containing batteries above a specified size, which are permitted only with the approval of the operator 3. Portable electronic devices PED and spare batteries for such devices where the batteries are at or below the specified size which are permitted without operator approval. PED may be in checked or carry- on baggage. All spare batteries must be in carry-on baggage. The radioactive material must not have a subsidiary risk and the packages must be marked and labelled as specified. The Special Provisions section has been revised and new provisions have also been added. Some packing instructions have been revised and reformatted to align to the format of other packing instructions. New packing instructions were added for the new entries for adsorbed gases. The packing instructions for lithium batteries have been revised to clarify the number of lithium batteries in a package. The changes include revisions to the provisions for radioactive materials, excepted packages, fissile excepted material and new requirements for uranium hexafluoride in excepted packages.