What must the DOD provide for hazardous materials sold by DOD in packaging not marked in accordance with the HMR shipped from DOD installations?

What must the DOD provide for hazardous materials sold by DOD in packaging not marked in accordance with the HMR shipped from DOD installations?

What must the DOD provide for hazardous materials sold by DOD in packaging not marked in accordance with the HMR shipped from DOD installations? Written certification of the strength and efficiency of the packaging are equal to or greater than the packaging required by the HMR.

What are the minimum markings on a non bulk package?

Marking Non-bulk Packages In general, non-bulk packages of hazardous material must be marked with three pieces of information: Proper Shipping Name, Identification number, and. Either the consignee’s or consignor’s name and address, i.e., the “to” or “from” address.

Which material is often excepted from the HMR?

Applicability:

Max Quantity per Inner Receptacle or Article
2.2 Non-Flammable Gas (except aerosols with no subsidiary hazard) 30 ml water capacity (1.8 in³)
3 – Flammable and Combustible Liquid 30 g (1 oz)
4.1 – Flammable Solid 30 g (1 oz)
4.2 – Spontaneously Combustible Material PG II & PG III 30 g (1 oz)

What is not considered bulk packages?

Non-bulk packaging is defined as packaging that has: A maximum capacity of 450L (119 gal.) or less as a receptacle for a liquid. A maximum net mass of 400kg (882 lbs.) or less and a maximum capacity of 450L (119 gal.) or less as a receptacle for a solid.

What must be marked on bulk packages?

49 CFR § 172.302 – General marking requirements for bulk…

  • (a) Identification numbers.
  • (1) On each side and each end, if the packaging has a capacity of 3,785 L (1,000 gallons) or more;
  • (2) On two opposing sides, if the packaging has a capacity of less than 3,785 L (1,000 gallons); or.

What is HMR hazardous material?

The Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) are in the the volume containing Parts 100-185 and govern the transportation of hazardous materials in all modes of transportation – air, highway, rail and water. The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) has the force of the law.

What is the weight limit for hazardous materials?

1,001 lbs.
The vehicle placarding regulations of §172.504(c) allow for an exception from placarding if the aggregate gross weight of specified HazMat on the vehicle is <1,001 lbs. Since “gross weight” is indicated, you must consider the entire weight of the packaging and the weight of the HazMat.

Is 120 gallons considered bulk packaging?

Once the tank is 120 gallons or more, it’s considered a bulk package.

What is the special provision in this subchapter?

(1) The special provision is in addition to the standard requirements for all packagings prescribed in § 173.24 of this subchapter and any other applicable packaging requirements in subparts A and B of part 173 of this subchapter; and

What is a special provision in the 172 section?

§ 172.102 Special provisions. (a) General. When column 7 of the § 172.101 table refers to a special provision for a hazardous material, the meaning and requirements of that provision are as set forth in this section. When a special provision specifies packaging or packaging requirements –

When does a special provision specify packaging or packaging requirements?

When a special provision specifies packaging or packaging requirements – (1) The special provision is in addition to the standard requirements for all packagings prescribed in § 173.24 of this subchapter and any other applicable packaging requirements in subparts A and B of part 173 of this subchapter; and

When are N3 glass inner packagings permitted under special provision 41 2?

2 Except when authorized under Special Provision 41. (5) “N” codes. These provisions apply only to non-bulk packagings: N3 Glass inner packagings are permitted in combination or composite packagings only if the hazardous material is free from hydrofluoric acid.

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