DOT-SP 9168 PDF
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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. It is very important that each person engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials become thoroughly familiar with the Title 49CFR Code of Federal Regulations. This guide is intended only to assist you in your preparation of hazardous materials shipped via FedEx Ground Package Systems Inc. Failure to comply with these regulations and requirements may subject the shipper and eot-sp to fines and penalties.
Due to the changing nature of D. Customers should be thoroughly familiar with the applicable sections of this guide when shipping hazardous materials via FedEx Ground Package Systems Inc.
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However, you cannot ship Cartridges, small arms or Cartridges, power devices to Canada. General All packages containing hazardous materials must be properly classified, described, packaged, marked, labeled and in proper condition for transportation according to applicable DOT regulations and FedEx Ground requirements. FedEx Ground does not accept: Hazardous Materials Security Shippers and carriers are required to develop and implement a security plan addressing risks related to the transportation of hazardous materials.
FedEx Ground has a Security Plan in place and is in full compliance with this regulation, along with the securitytraining requirements specified in 49 CFR Due to the sensitive nature of this information, we cannot make a copy of our security plan available to our customers.
All packaging must meet the requirements set out in 49 CFR In addition, the following requirements apply: Bursting test or 32 Edge Crush test package. Bursting ddot-sp or 44 Edge Crush test will be required. Bursting test or 55 Edge Crush test.
Regardless, all cylinders must be placed in an outer package. Hazardous materials cannot be banded, strapped or taped to 916 a bundle.
We will accept authorized pails or drums as single packaging, however an additional handling fee may apply to these shipments. FedEx Ground does not accept flammable Class 2. Combination packaging containing hazardous materials cannot exceed the innercontainer requirements.
The maximum size, number and total weight of glass, plastic or metal inner containers allowed in any one package are listed below: Type of Container Max.
Volume per Carton Max.
FedEx Ground Hazardous Materials Shipping Guide
Cartridges, small arms and cartridges, power devices which have been classed as a Division 1. The proper shipping name of the material, Cartridges, small arms or Cartridges, power devices, as appropriate, must be marked above or before the ORM-D or Limited Quantity designation. Consumer commodities are dot-so into Canada. However, the specific Limited Quantity marking must be applied to the package. Shipped via this method, the packages will not incur the hazardous materials surcharge.
The Y denotes air shipping but may also be used for Ground Shipments. As a result, ORMD shipments will no longer do-sp valid. FedEx Ground will only accept metal paint-type cans with friction fitted lids packaged and prepared in fiberboard under one of two types of packaging methods: Bursting test or dpt-sp Edge Crush Test package.
Bursting test or 44 Edge Crush Test will be required. Batteries All batteries including lithium, alkaline, lead acid, etc. Loosely packaged batteries should be placed in plastic bags, or the battery terminals should be covered with tape or another non-conductive material. Smaller sized lithium batteries that used to only have packaging requirements now have marking dot-ps documentation requirements as well.
Please refer to 49 CFR The marking and included document must indicate the following: Larger sized lithium batteries are fully regulated Class 9 hazardous materials.
Due to the complex nature of shipping lithium batteries, it is strongly recommended that shippers take a specific lithium battery transportation course in addition to hazardous material general awareness training. Packages shipped under 49 CFR The shipper is required make this determination.
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Radioactive Shipments Radioactive material: Radioactive material limited quantity Ltd. Radioactive packages in limited quantities must conform to 49 CFR The outside of each package must be marked with the four digit UN identification number for the material preceded by the letter UN. Radioactive material meeting the definition of another hazard class or division cannot be transported or prepared under the limited quantity exceptions.
It is the duty of each hazmat employer to comply with the training requirements listed in 49 CFR Hazardous Materials Training Program. The training curriculum includes the following: A discount is available for groups of three or more students.
These discounts only apply for a single purchase.
Dry Ice is only regulated as a hazardous material when shipped via aircraft. However, caution should be considered when transporting large amounts of Dry Ice via highway.
Dry Ice is not accepted to Alaska or Hawaii. Small Quantity Exceptions Hazardous materials that are less than 30 ml 1 ounce may possibly be shipped as a small quantity. In order, to utilize the exception the package must be packaged and prepared according 49 CFR Small quantities, when packaged and prepared under 49 CFR The following requirements must be met: Shipments require an Alpha number identifier LAA-xxxx marked on the outer package and shipping papers.
The manufacturer will receive written notification from the Associate Administrator that the device has been approved for transportation. Both powders can be reclassified from Class 1 to Class 4. Furthermore, one vehicle cannot carry more than lbs of Black powder for small arms or Smokeless powder for small arms at any given time.
Matches, safety Matches, safety Class 4. The 49 CFR allows an exception to the hazardous material regulations. Matches, safety, when packaged and prepared under 49 CFR The only requirement is the marking. Refer to 49 CFR Mercury Mercury Class Corrosive may not be regulated as a hazardous material if packaged and prepared under certain conditions.
Mercury, when packaged and prepared under 49 CFR Provide proof that you have been trained in shipping hazardous materials in accordance with federal requirements 49 CFR Acceptable forms of proof are: A certificate from a training company stating that you have completed its program. This certificate must contain the date in which the course was completed. A letter on company letterhead indicating who is responsible for hazardous materials training at your company and confirming that your employees have received the required training.
Completing the ShipSafeShipSmart online hazardous materials training program. In order to process the appropriate paperwork for Hazmat shipments, customers have three options.
These options are fedex. The shipper is required to transmit hazardous material shipping information using a FedEx electronic shipping solution, a FedEx-recognized hazardous materials vendor software application, a FedEx Compatible Solutions Program application or a custom solution that has the ability to transmit hazardous material shipping information electronically.
FedEx Ship Manager is ideal for medium to large shippers and provides fully integrated shipping capabilities. It also offers a complete shipping solution for highest-volume environments. Hazardous Materials Shipping Papers A hazardous materials shipping paper OPLL or OPLG and hazardous material certification form are documents used to identify the hazardous materials package s being offered for transportation.
The OPLG is designed to meet the specifications for specific hazardous material shipping systems. This form must be computer generated. The instructions for use are listed on the back of the laser label. The OPLL must be computer generated.
dof-sp There are twelve 12 basic items required on shipping papers accompanying hazardous materials packages. All entries on the shipping papers must be made printed legibly and in English. The shipping papers cannot contain unauthorized abbreviations or information.
The twelve basic items are: Name and address of the shipper. The shipper’s address label on the package will suffice provided it identifies the shipper by name and address. The Number of and type of packaging s must be indicated according to The number of and type of package s must be indicated by description of the package for example, 1 fiberboard box Indication of the packaging specification number 4G may be included for example, 1 4G box.
The number must be preceded by the UN or NA prefix. Abbreviations and codes are not acceptable.
Words shown in italics are not part of the shipping name, but can be used to further describe the material.