Decree Of 22 December 2006 Amending The Decree Of 5 June 2001 On The Transport Of Dangerous Goods By Rail (Says 'order Rid')

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 22 décembre 2006 modifiant l'arrêté du 5 juin 2001 modifié relatif au transport des marchandises dangereuses par chemin de fer (dit « arrêté RID »)

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Texts transposed Directive 2006/90/EC of the Commission on the seventh adaptation to technical progress of directive 96/49/EC of the Council on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning the transport of dangerous goods by rail (text with EEA relevance) summary full Transposition of European directive no. 2006-90 of November 3, 2006, of the Commission adapting seventh to technical progress of directive 96/49/EC of the Council on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning the transport of dangerous goods by rail.
Keywords equipment, order RID, European DIRECTIVE, TRANSPOSITION COMPLETE JORF n ° 301 of December 29, 2006 page 19878 text no. 70 order of 22 December 2006 amending the Decree of 5 June 2001 on the transport of dangerous goods by rail (said 'RID Decree') NOR: EQUT0602229A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2006/12/22/EQUT0602229A/jo/texte the Minister of the economy Finance and industry, the Minister of transport, equipment, tourism and the sea and the Minister of ecology and sustainable development, having regard to annex I to Appendix B to the convention on international carriage by rail (so-called convention "COTIF") relating to the regulation concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods (regulations called «RID»), in the version applicable from 1 January 2005;
Having regard to directive 96/49/EC of the Council of 23 July 1996 as amended on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning the carriage of dangerous goods by rail;
Having regard to directive 2006/90/EC of the Commission of 3 November 2006 adapting to technical progress directive 96/49/EC referred to above;
Pursuant to law No. 263, on February 5, 1942 on the transport of dangerous goods;
Viewed Act No. 75 - 1335 of 31 December 1975 as amended on the finding and punishment of offences in the public and private transport;
Pursuant to law n ° 2006 - 686 13 June 2006 on transparency and nuclear safety;
Mindful of Decree No. 77-1331 November 30, 1977, as amended by the Decree of October 11, 2006, concerning certain offences under the transportation of dangerous goods regulations;
Considering Decree No. 2000-286 of 30 March 2000 on the safety of the rail network national;
Considering Decree No. 2001 - 386, may 3, 2001, relative to the transportable pressure equipment;
Considering Decree No. 2003-194 of March 7, 2003, relating to the use of the rail network national;
Considering the Decree of 19 November 1995 as amended relating to combating emissions of volatile organic compounds;
Considering the Decree of 1 June 2001 on the transport of dangerous goods by road (says "ADR order");
Having regard to the order of June 5, 2001, as last amended by the Decree of 12 April 2006, concerning the carriage of dangerous goods by rail (says 'order RID');
Having regard to the opinion of the interministerial commission on the transport of dangerous goods (CITMD) in its meeting of November 15, 2006;
Having regard to the opinion of the nuclear safety authority dated December 13, 2006, stop: Article 1 the Decree of 5 June 2001 referred to above says "order RID' is amended as follows: section 2. -Definitions.
Replace the contents of the first and third indents by the following: '-COTIF: convention concerning international carriage by rail of 9 May 1980 in the content of the Protocol of modification of 3 June 1999;
' - RID: regulations concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods annexed to the COTIF.
Article 3. -Decisions and opinions of the competent authority.
Change at the second and third rows of the table the following references: replace the second line: "6.5.1.6.1" by: "6.5.4.1.
Replace in the third line: "6.5.1.6.4 and 6.5.4.14.1" by: "6.5.4.4".
Article 9. -Measures to prevent fire or explosion during the handling of dangerous goods.
In paragraph 3, replace: "61 ° C" by: "60 ° C".
Article 11. -Loading of dangerous goods declaration.
Delete this article which becomes: "reserved".
Article 17. -Notice to shipping to the Ministry of industry, the Ministry of the environment and the Ministry of the Interior for some radioactive material.
Replacing, in the title and throughout the article, the word: "notice" by: "notification".
Article 19. -Transport of dangerous goods in transport vehicles in common people.
Replace in the first paragraph: "for radioactive materials, this provision is applicable exclusively to the category I-white packages. The transport of radioactive materials in packages of categories II-yellow and III-Yellow is forbidden under these conditions. "by:"However, the transport of radioactive materials is prohibited. "Article 20. -Declaration of hazardous materials loading and package marking.
Replace the first paragraph: 'drive letter' by: 'transport document '.
Article 33. -Payment of operations carried out by the recognised organisations.
Replace the term: "petitioner" by: "applicant".
Article 36. -Withdrawal of certificates, approvals or approvals of vehicles or containers.
Amend the first paragraph of this article to read: "when it appears as the vehicles or containers (packaging, containers, IBCs large packagings, tanks) have serious drawbacks in terms of security, certificates, approvals or approvals such vehicles or containers may be withdrawn or suspended by the authorities or bodies that have issued or after notice thereof either by the Minister of transport. ', either by the nuclear safety authority, according to the powers specified in article 3 of this order.
Article 39. -Derogation for punctual transport.
Replace the second subparagraph with the following: "the applicant must send to the competent Minister a showing of clear and synthetic manner:
Insert the following two paragraphs before the last subparagraph: 'except motivated emergency, the request must be made four months before the desired date of entry into force of the derogation.
"Emergency reasons, the Minister of transport or the nuclear safety authority, according to the powers specified in article 3, may grant a derogation without consulting the CITMD. It shall inform the CITMD during its first meeting following the issuance of the exemption. The period of validity of this derogation is limited taking into account, inter alia, the date on which the meeting is scheduled to take place. If the applicant wishes that this derogation should be extended beyond that date, the renewal of the derogation is subject to notice of the CITMD. ' Article 2 competent authority.
In every article containing "to the Ministry of industry and the Ministry of the environment', 'Ministry of industry and Ministry of the environment' or the acronym"DGSNR", delete: «DGSNR» and replace it with the words:"the nuclear safety authority.


Article 3 Date of application.
The provisions of this order shall be effective January 1, 2007.
However, the rules in force at 31 December 2006 may continue to be applied until 30 June 2007.


Article 4 the Director-general of the sea and transport is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.


Done at Paris, on December 22, 2006.
The Minister of transport, equipment, tourism and the sea, for the Minister and by delegation: the Director general of the sea and transport, P. Raulin the Minister of economy, finance and industry Thierry Breton Minister of ecology and sustainable development Nelly Olin

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