European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of by United Nations

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The eu contract about the foreign Carriage of harmful stable by way of Inland Waterways (ADN) was once followed in may perhaps 2000 via a Diplomatic convention held in Geneva. This ebook contains the textual content of the ultimate act of the convention, the solution followed via the convention, the contract itself and the up to date model of the annexed rules, revised as of one January 2007.

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Control temperature means the maximum temperature at which an organic peroxide or a self-reactive substance can be safely carried; Conveyance means, with respect to the carriage by inland waterway, any vessel, hold or defined deck area of any vessel; for carriage by road or by rail, it means a vehicle or a wagon; Crate means an outer packaging with incomplete surfaces; Critical temperature means the temperature above which the substance cannot exist in the liquid state; Cryogenic receptacle means a transportable thermally insulated receptacle for refrigerated liquefied gases of a water capacity of not more than 1,000 litres; CSC means the International Convention for Safe Containers (Geneva, 1972) as amended and published by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), London; Cylinder means a transportable pressure receptacle of a water capacity not exceeding 150 litres (see also Bundle of cylinders Cframe)); Damage control plan means the plan indicating the boundaries of the watertight compartments serving as the basis for the stability calculations, in the event of a leak, the trimming arrangements for the correction of any list due to flooding and the means of closure which are to be kept closed when the vessel is under way; Damage stability plan means a plan indicating the water-tight subdivisions serving as the basis for the stability calculations, the arrangements necessary to offset a list caused by water penetration and all closing appliances which are to be kept closed during the voyage.

The term includes receptacles for gases as defined in this section as well as articles which, because of their size, mass or configuration may be carried unpackaged or carried in cradles, crates or handling devices. On board vessels, the term also includes vehicles, containers (including swap bodies), tankcontainers, portable tanks, battery-vehicles, tank vehicles and multiple element gas containers (MECGs). The term does not apply to goods which are carried in bulk in the holds of vessels, nor to substances carried in tanks in tank vessels.

Protected IBC (for metal IBCs) means an IBC provided with additional protection against impact, the protection taking the form of, for example, a multi-layer (sandwich) or doublewall construction, or a frame with a metal lattice-work casing. Quality assurance means a systematic programme of controls and inspections applied by any organization or body which is aimed at providing confidence that the safety prescriptions in ADN are met in practice. Receptacle (Class 1) includes boxes, cylinders, cans, drums, jars and tubes, including any means of closure used in the inner or intermediate packaging; Receptacle means a containment vessel for receiving and holding substances or articles, including any means of closing.

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