Setting The Transport Of Dangerous Goods By Sea

Original Language Title: Asetus vaarallisten aineiden kuljetuksesta kappaletavarana aluksessa

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The presentation by the Minister of Transport Transport of Dangerous Goods by virtue of the Act of 2 August 1994 (719/1994):


§ 1



Scope


This Regulation provides for the transport of dangerous goods in packaged form:
1) a Finnish vessel outside the territorial waters of Finland and the Finnish territorial waters; and
2) foreign vessels in Finnish territorial waters.
This Regulation shall not apply to:
1) recreational craft with a length of less than 45 meters;
2) military vessels, if the Defence Staff is separately issued regulations transport them, and the Border Guard vessels, if the Border Patrol is specifically given orders transporting them;
3) under the control of the Defence Forces to shipments by sea or inland waterway, if the regulation laid down by the Ministry of Defence Transport of Dangerous Goods Regulation under the Act on;
4) on public roads in losseihin; nor
5) dangerous substances within the meaning of the work taking place in the ship's own use or board.
(8.6.2005 / 405)


§ 2 (26.11.2015 / 1373)




Definitions
For the purposes of this Regulation:
1) piece goods as dangerous goods, which are transported in packages, freight containers, or containers or packed in a corresponding manner; what the packaging are set out below also apply to IBCs, containers and tanks;
2) cargo transport unit vehicle, a railway wagon, freight container, a road tank vehicle, a railway tank wagons and transport containers;
3) Package shall smallest single unit processing package or object, shrink or stretch-bound on a pallet dispatch within the meaning of the exception;
4) made the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 SOLAS means the International Convention (Treaty Series 11/1981
5) as defined in the IMDG Code, Regulation 1 of Part A of Chapter VII of the Annex to the SOLAS Convention and the Code, which contains rules on the carriage of dangerous goods by sea, series of amendments 37 -14;
6) rules INF Code as defined in regulation Part D of Chapter VII of the Annex to the SOLAS Convention 14, which contains provisions of irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and certain transport of radioactive waste by sea;
7) INF cargo as defined in Regulation in Part D of Chapter VII of the Annex to the SOLAS Convention and 14 of the INF cargo that is transported in accordance with the IMDG Code;
8) (370/1995) 2 § of the Act on the Supervision of the safety of shipowner: the master of a ship referred to in paragraph 3;
9) A person working in countries that, working with countries and whose tasks include transport of dangerous goods by sea-related tasks; These tasks include the classification of dangerous substances, the definition of the official name of the hazardous substances, packaging of dangerous goods, labeling or affixing Labels those containing hazardous substances into containers, cargo transport units, loading or unloading, preparation of transport documents of dangerous goods transport of dangerous goods such offer or acceptance, handling of dangerous goods, loading of dangerous goods - stowage and preparation of plans, the loading of dangerous substances or unloading a ship or vessel, transport of dangerous goods, other forms of transport of dangerous goods participation and supervision of the acts and regulations.


§ 3 (4.4.2013 / 248)



IMDG and INF Codes application

transportation of dangerous goods in ships applicable to the IMDG and INF Code as it provides for in this Regulation. Article 4 § 2 subsection 4 a § 9 § 3 subsection and § 12 cases referred to in subsection 1 may, however, IMDG Code, instead of ro-ro ferry transport in the Baltic Sea the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods ( ADR, Treaty Series 23/52/2006 1979SopS
IMDG and INF Codes provide information on Finnish transport safety agency


§ 4 (04.04.2013 / 248)


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the classification of dangerous substances


1, subsection is repealed. of 26.11.2015 / 1373

If the IMDG Code requires the competent authority to classify the substance or approves the classification of the substance, radioactive substances within the responsibility of the Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, and other substances, the Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency. the Authority may require that the shipper or the shipper of the goods presents the results of the tests to ascertain the classification.

If the foreign within the meaning of the IMDG Code or the Åland Islands have been classified by the classification of a substance or substances approved by the competent authority of the province, rating may also be used in Finland.


4 a § (18.12.2003 / 1127)


Dangerous goods as luggage


baggage dangerous substance to be packaged for retail sale and intended for personal or household use.


§ 5 (26.11.2015 / 1373)

§ 5 is repealed by F 11.26.2015 / 1373.


§ 6



Empty containers


Empty, uncleaned packaging is closed in the same manner and leakproof as full containers.


§ 7



Entries


The shipper and the shipper are responsible for the fact that for transport of packages and cargo transport units are marked according to the rules and regulations markings and labels.
of packages and cargo transport units containing empty uncleaned packages shall bear the same inscriptions and danger labels as a full package.


§ 8 (13.6.2001 / 528)


Overpack


A package may be packed in a separate overpack, which is not, however, be with the laws or regulations of the packaging material being transported conflict.


§ 9 (26.11.2015 / 1373)



Demonstration of the pack and container conformity

to demonstrate the compliance of the package and the container used for the transport of dangerous goods provided for the conformity of packaging, tanks and bulk containers for the transport of dangerous goods and the indication by the Government Decree related tasks in carrying out the inspection of establishments on (124/2015).
transportation of dangerous goods be used in a kit or container approved by the competent authority in the foreign or the Åland Islands within the meaning of the IMDG Code or its authorized Community.
packaging manufacturer and later for 6.1, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5 and 6.6 chapters of the IMDG Code, the dealer must provide information on procedures to be followed and a description of the types and dimensions of closures and other necessary components in order to make sure that provide the transport packaging meets the requirements laid down.

demonstrate the compliance of packaging, tanks and bulk containers for the transport of dangerous goods A 1008/2011 was repealed with the packaging for the transport of dangerous goods, tanks and bulk containers demonstrating conformity and the related tasks of carrying out the inspection of establishments 124/2015.



§ 10 (4.4.2013 / 248)



Notice of the packaging or container breakage

The shipper, the shipper, the carrier, and the consignee are obliged to inform the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority approved under normal transportation conditions of the incident or otherwise failure of the packaging assigned to non-conformity or the structure of the container, if the breakage has occurred in the transport of radioactive materials, and the Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency if breakage has occurred in the transport of dangerous goods.


10 a § (18.12.2003 / 1127)




Personnel qualifications
the vessel for the transport of dangerous goods should be involved in the proper exercise of the functions are suitable for data work guidance and training acquired in the safe handling of dangerous goods transport, where such a requirement is based on the Finnish binding international agreement.
If applicable § 3 Baltic ro-ro ferry transport of the provisions mentioned in subsection 1 of international agreements, the transport involved in the addition must be sufficient information on the regulations governing these transfers.
The owner shall ensure that the ship transport is involved in the information referred to in 1 and 2 above.
If a person employed in the country has not received the school referred to in 1 and 2 above, he must get on the port area for temporary storage of Regulation (251/2005) § 7 of the transport of dangerous goods and: his responsibilities and duties appropriate training in accordance with the provisions of the IMDG Code. (24.2.2011 / 172)


§ 11 (4.4.2013 / 248)



Safety and Chemicals Agency for Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, the rights and obligations


Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency and the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, if necessary, and, in particular, if the package when it breaks cause harm or danger, entitled carried out in a laboratory tests to ensure that mass-produced packaging meets the requirements of such a type of packaging.
Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority keeps a register of packaging and containers which have been type-approved or the conformity of which type is shown otherwise for the transport of radioactive materials. Packaging and containers, intended for the carriage of other hazardous substances, keeping a register of Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency.


11 a § (8.6.2005 / 405)



Certification and declaration of radioactive materials transport

In the cases referred to in paragraph 5.1.5 of the IMDG Code the shipper and the shipper must apply for approval for the transport of radioactive materials Radiation Safety Centre and notify the transport of radioactive materials Radiation and Nuclear Safety.


11 b § (26.11.2015 / 1373)



Radiation Pollution Control and Management System

For that carries a radioactive substance, will be in the IMDG Code, radiation protection referred to in 1.5.2. The program must set out the measures taken to prevent and limit the radiation exposure caused by the transport of radioactive materials. The measures must be proportionate to the extent and likelihood of radiation exposure. Before embarking on the activity of transporting a radiation protection program shall be submitted to STUK for information.
Except in the IMDG Code to impose more 1.5.3, the operator shall draw up its operations to ensure compliance applied operations management system referred to in 1.5.3 transport of radioactive material, and in the IMDG Code for the measures referred to in paragraph 1.5.1.3 of the IMDG Code.
management system referred to in subsection 2 shall be based on the requirements which the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority considers acceptable. The management system shall Radiation Safety Authority's request, be available to it.


§ 12 (26.11.2015 / 1373)



Statement loading and unloading material

Shipper and shipper are responsible for ensuring that prior to loading of the dangerous substance vessel master or the shipowner of the ship provides the information referred to in Chapter 5.4 of the IMDG Code, referred to in that Chapter shippers declaration and container packing certificate or vehicle. However, the Baltic ro-ro ferry transport for the Finnish Transport Safety Agency may provide the information referred to in Chapter 5.4 of the IMDG Code, as well as the sender's insurance and derogating provisions concerning the container or vehicle packing certificate.
Before the dissolution of the dangerous substance Finland, skipper of the vessel shall provide the information referred to in subsection 1 of the port administrator and unloading work of the supplier or his representative.
Shippers notification obligation provides Vessel Traffic Service Act (623/2005) 22 e § Act and the Government Decree on the vessel transport of dangerous or polluting goods from the notification requirement (346/2014).


§ 13 (18.12.2003 / 1127)




Documents on board
Carrying dangerous goods on board should be:
1) list or manifest or a detailed stowage plan, which shows the name of each of the dangerous substances carried on board, or UN number, class, packing group, if necessary, and the location of the ship;
2) § 12 of the information referred to in subsection 1, unless they are included in the cargo list or stowage plan referred to in paragraph 1;
3) contingency plan referred to in Part D of Chapter VII of the Annex to the SOLAS Convention, if a ship carrying INF cargo;
4) The provisions relating to the transport of general cargo ship dangerous goods, as well as instructions for emergency and first aid matters;
5) cargo securing manual.
contingency plan in accordance with the INF Code approved by the Finnish ship Finnish Transport Safety Agency. cargo list or stowage plan presented to the supervisory authority and the port of the ship's officer shall be clearly marked, that the cargo is a hazardous substance. (24.2.2011 / 172)
BY board shall have the right to obtain information and inspect the documents referred to in subsection 1.


13 a § (18.12.2003 / 1127)



Cargo stowage and fastening

The owner or master of the vessel shall ensure that dangerous goods are loaded, crammed into and secured safely and appropriately, taking into account their quality.

related to secure cargo security measures must comply with Chapter VII of the Annex to the SOLAS A and D, the requirements stipulated in the part.


13 b § (18.12.2003 / 1127)

13 b § is repealed by F 18.12.2003 / 1127.


§ 14 (8.6.2005 / 405)


The authorities


transport of dangerous goods by sea supervise the Finnish Transport Safety Agency, the Police, Customs and Border Protection. taking place under the supervision of the Defence Forces' transport provides transport of dangerous goods by law. (24.2.2011 / 172)
Radiation works in matters related to the transport of radioactive materials in collaboration with the administrator mentioned in subsection 1 authorities.
Unless the Transport of Dangerous Goods Act on or under it provides otherwise, the competent authority referred to in the IMDG Code for transport of dangerous goods by sea is the Finnish Transport Safety Agency. In addition, the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority is the competent authority of the transport of radioactive materials by sea. (4.4.2013 / 248)
National Institute for Health and Welfare may give biological meaning of paragraph 2.6.3.3 of the IMDG Code to national requirements or limitations on the products. (4.4.2013 / 248)


14 a § (04.04.2013 / 248)



Announcements approval of the package or container

The inspection body shall inform the type approval of the package or container for conformity or other similar indication for the transport of dangerous substances Safety and Chemicals Agency.


§ 15 (4.4.2013 / 248)


Exceptions to the rescue


In urgent emergency operations the provisions of this Regulation differ from the case that compliance with the provisions hampers the emergency operations.


§ 16 (18.12.2003 / 1127)




Notification of accidents,
the transport of the dangerous substance at the accident or incident must be notified in accordance with Chapter VII of the Annex to the SOLAS Convention and Part A of the states.


§ 17 (8.6.2005 / 405)

§ 17 is repealed by F 8.6.2005 / 405.


§ 18 (24.2.2011 / 172)

§ 18 is repealed by F 24.2.2011 / 172.


§ 19





Entry into force
This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 November 1998.
This Regulation repeals the transport of dangerous goods on board set 16 May 1980 (357/1980).
The provisions adopted pursuant to the annulled Regulation, this Regulation shall remain in force until otherwise provided by or provided for.
Measures necessary for the implementation of this Decree may be undertaken before the entry into force of this Regulation.

Entry into force and application of amendments:




21.12.2000 / 1163:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 january 2001.




13.6.2001 / 528:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2001.




18.12.2003 / 1127:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 january 2004.




8.6.2005 / 405:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2005.
Upon entry into force of this Regulation, the transport of radioactive materials must be submitted to carrying out 11 b § Radiation Protection Radiation and Nuclear Safety within the meaning of subsection 1 no later than 31 May 2006.




24.2.2011 / 172:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 March 2011.
can be taken before the entry into force of the Regulation necessary for the implementation of the Regulation.




04.04.2013 / 248:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 8 April 2013.




12.12.2013 / 883:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 january 2014.




11.26.2015 / 1373:

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 january 2016.

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