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(c) UPES, Not for Reproduction/ Sale
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Notes ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ Aviation Safety & Security Management Shipper's Responsibilities No shipper or his agent shall offer any package or overpack (An enclosure used by a single shipper to contain one or more packages and to form one handling unit for convenience of handling and stowage) of dangerous goods for transport by air unless he has ensured that such dangerous goods are not forbidden for transport by air and are properly classified, packed, marked and labelled in accordance with the requirements specified in the Technical Instructions. He must also complete, sign and provided to the operator a dangerous goods transport document, as specified in the Technical Instructions. Operator's Responsibilities Following are the responsibilities of the operators: The operator shall accept dangerous goods for transport by air, subject to duly certified, labelled, marked, as per the Technical Instructions. The package, overpack or freight container containing the dangerous goods should be inspected for evidence of leakage or damage before loading. A unit load device (any type of freight container, aircraft container or aircraft pallet with a net, but excluding an overpack, designed for loading on an aircraft) shall not be loaded aboard an aircraft unless the device has been inspected and found free from any evidence of leakage from, or damage to, any dangerous goods contained therein. Where any package of dangerous goods loaded on an aircraft appears to be damaged or leaking, the operator shall remove such package from the aircraft, or arrange for its removal by an appropriate authority or organisation, as the case may be, and thereafter shall ensure that the remainder of the consignment is in a proper condition for transport by air and that no other package has been contaminated. If evidence of any damage or leakage upon unloading from the aircraft or unit load device and if evidence of damage or leakage is found, the area where the dangerous goods or unit load device were stowed on the aircraft shall be inspected for damage or contamination. (c) UPES, Not for Reproduction/ Sale
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UNIT 4: Transportation of Hazardous Material Notes ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ Dangerous goods should not be carried in an aircraft cabin occupied by passengers or on the flight deck of an aircraft. Any hazardous contamination found on an aircraft as a result of leakage or damage to dangerous goods shall be removed without delay. An aircraft which has been contaminated by radioactive materials shall immediately be taken out of service and not returned to service until the radiation level at any accessible surface and the non-fixed contamination are not more than the values specified in the Technical Instructions. Packages containing dangerous goods which might react dangerously with one another shall not be stowed on an aircraft next to each other or in a position that would allow interaction between them in the event of leakage.
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