Rules On The Safety Adviser (Advisor) A Posting, Their Professional Qualifications And Activities Of The Transport Of Dangerous Goods

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par drošības konsultantu (padomnieku) norīkošanu, to profesionālo kvalifikāciju un darbību bīstamo kravu pārvadājumu jomā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 156 in 2006 (21 February. 11. § 19) the rules on the safety adviser (Advisor) a posting, their professional qualifications and activities of the transport of dangerous goods released in accordance with the Railway Act, the third subparagraph of article 50, road law article 12 sixth and law "For the regulated professions and the recognition of professional qualifications" in article 18, paragraph 1 of the seventh part of the i. General questions 1. determines the order in which economic operators carrying out the transport of dangerous goods by road or rail , dangerous goods loading and unloading or other such transport-related activities (shipping of dangerous goods, including empty uncleaned tanks and tank transport, documentation, classification of dangerous goods or the packaging, tank, tank-container or gas tank filling, forwarding agent services) (hereinafter referred to as the operator), designate security consultants (advisers) who are responsible for the transport of dangerous goods-specific reduction in risk to persons, property and the environment. 2. minimum requirements and procedures for security consultants (Advisor) qualification as well as the safety adviser (Advisor) duties and tasks.
3. the rules do not apply to: 3.1 economic operators which dangerous goods by vehicles belonging to the national armed forces;
3.2. economic operators, which haulage up to 30 September 1957 European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR) (hereinafter referred to as the ADR) and 9 May 1980 in Berne Convention concerning international carriage by rail (COTIF) "rules for the international transport of dangerous goods by rail (RID) (hereinafter referred to as the RID rules), in paragraph 1.1.3.6.2.2.7.1.2.3.3 and 3.4, as well as the chapter on some of the cargo transport unit.
II. Safety Adviser (Advisor) posting 4. His company in writing appoint one or more safety security consultants (Advisor), which controls the legislative standards in the transport of dangerous goods and reduce the risk to human life, health, property and environment of the person.
5. Safety Adviser (Advisor) Merchant business at "those obligations provided for efficient performance and Security Adviser (Advisor) meet the qualifications of the nature of the activities of economic operators. If the merchant's company has several security consultants (advisers) indicate in writing each of the safety adviser (Advisor) the obligation to ensure adequate coordination of their activities.
6. The Merchant provides security consultants (Advisor) for duty with the required information, and accessories.
7. Concerning the safety adviser (Advisor) appointment company Merchant month notice (annex 1) the national society with limited liability "the Directorate of road transport" (hereinafter referred to as the road Directorate) (if dangerous goods are transported by road) or the national railway technical inspection (if dangerous goods are transported by rail transport). The road Directorate and the national railway technical inspection consists of the mode of transport concerned security consultants (Advisor) accounting registers, as well as manage and monitor security consultants (Advisor).
8. After receipt of the certificate of professional qualification of the safety adviser (Advisor) to take up duties: 8.1. Merchant's employees according to the employment contract;
8.2. a person who is not an employee of the merchant, but has concluded an agreement on the safety adviser (Advisor) duties.
III. Safety Adviser (Advisor) responsibilities 9. Security Consultant (Advisor) monitors and regularly check the merchant is complying with the transport of dangerous goods regulatory laws. The result of the examination of safety advisers (Adviser) be in writing, stating the trial period, the operation name and the names of persons tested.
10. Security Consultant (Advisor) shall immediately notify the economic operator of the alleged infringements or deficiencies which may affect the safety of the transport of dangerous goods.
11. Security Consultant (Advisor) advise the merchant at all with the transport of dangerous goods.
12. Security Consultant (Advisor) and up to 1 March of the current year shall be submitted by the operator to the annual accounts (hereinafter report) (2. Add Kuma) for activities in the transport of dangerous goods in the previous year. The report shall also include other information, a security consultant (Advisor) believe it is important to be able to assess the security situation in the company. Report to the current year's April 1 the Merchant shall provide road transport inspection (if the merchant activity associated with the carriage of goods by road) or the national railway technical inspection (if the merchant activity related to rail). The review officer shall be kept for a period of five years.
13. Security Consultant (Advisor) provides information and prepare a report on any operator to the transport of dangerous goods, during loading or unloading accidents or violations of the merchant company that created a threat to a person's health, safety, property or damage to the environment. The report shall be submitted on request to the merchant traffic in the Ministry. The report does not replace their report or a report on the accident, required in accordance with other laws and regulations. If dangerous goods transport, loading or unloading during the accident satisfies the provisions of ADR or RID the 1.8.5. the criteria set out in the paragraph below, the security consultant (counselor) and merchant shall be prepared within 15 days after the accident submitted road transport inspection (if the merchant activity associated with the carriage of goods by road) or the national railway technical inspection (if the merchant activity associated with rail) report (annex 3).
14. Security Consultant (Advisor) monitors the following with merchant activity procedures: 14.1. identification of dangerous goods being transported, the classification and labelling;
14.2. the special requirements when purchasing goods transported under vehicles, containers, packaging, or other types of transportation accessories or containers;
14.3. the transport of dangerous goods, for the loading or unloading of the equipment for inspection;

14.4. organising the training for all company with the merchant on the transport of dangerous goods related parties (except drivers) according to the service manual or employee specified in the job description and responsibility for the transport of dangerous goods and training records;
14.5. suitable environmental pollution and other emergency relief procedures in any case, if it is related to the transport of dangerous goods, the loading or unloading;
14.6. the implementation of preventive measures to avoid accidents or serious breach of recurrence;
14.7. the transport of dangerous goods regulations related requirements, contracts in connection with the transport of dangerous goods;
14.8. the transport of dangerous goods, loading and unloading personnel with accurate instructions;
9.3. the implementation of preventive measures to improve the transport of dangerous goods, safety of loading and unloading and the awareness of the inherent risks;
14.10. the implementation of verification procedures to ensure that the transport of dangerous goods, vehicle should have safety equipment and documents according to legal requirements;
14.11. the implementation of verification procedures to ensure dangerous goods loading and unloading under these rules;
14.12. the protection measures for development and implementation of a plan to guard against possible terrorist activities (if requested by ADR or RID provisions in Chapter 1.10).
IV. Safety Adviser (Advisor) professional qualification certificate 15. persons entitled to take the safety adviser (Advisor) the obligation of the professional qualification certificate: 15.1. transport of dangerous goods safety adviser (Advisor) professional qualification certificate (annex 4) shall be issued to a person whose professional qualifications meets this rule 31.5. the requirements set out in paragraph 1 below;
15.2. the transport of dangerous goods safety adviser (Advisor) with a certain amount of national professional qualification certificate (annex 5) is issued to a person whose professional qualifications meets this rule 31.1 31.2 31.3.,., and 19.5 in or specified in paragraph 32.
16. the Ministry of transport issued professional qualification certificate (hereinafter certificate) to the person who obtained the qualifications and successfully passed the exam according to the requirements of this regulation. The transport of dangerous goods safety advisers (Adviser) qualification and administration of the issue of the certificate of dangerous goods by road in the area take the road Directorate, rail transport of dangerous goods: the railway technical inspection.
17. the certificate specifies the safety adviser (Advisor) to operate responsibilities associated with: 17.1. one or more of the following groups of dangerous goods transport: 17.1.1. all types of dangerous goods;
17.1.2. class 1 dangerous goods (explosives);
17.1.3. class 2 dangerous goods (gas);
17.1.4. dangerous goods of class 7 (radioactive materials);
17.1.5.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of dangerous goods;
17.2. the transport of dangerous goods, using the following means of transport: 17.2.1. road transport;
17.2.2. rail transport;
17.2.3. road transport and rail transport.
18. the period of validity of the certificate is five years, except for this provision, 33 and 34 20. cases referred to.
19. the period of validity of the certificate, the person issuing the new certificate with a validity period of five years if the holder of the certificate within 12 months before the expiry of the period of validity of the certificate has mastered the rules referred to in paragraph 27 papildmācīb course that meets the safety adviser (Advisor), and successfully passed the examination in accordance with Chapter VII of these regulations.
20. To change or renew the certificate, which has not expired, for a period that matches the previously issued for the period of validity of the certificate, the person does not have to learn the course and not the exams. Certificate Exchange or renew this provision in Chapter VIII, the order shall be issued to the person another certificate with a validity period that meets the previously issued certificate's validity period.
21. If the certificate is expired, the person acquires the qualification of these terms in the order listed in chapter VI.
22. prior to the receipt of the certificate the person presented identity documents. Receive a certificate can only be presented by its owner.
V. requirements training courses 23. training the primary goal is to provide a security consultant (Advisor) candidates following Knowledge: 23.1. transport of dangerous goods hazards;
23.2. safety adviser (Advisor);
23.3. dangerous goods by road and rail to the regulatory laws and other laws.
24. the Institute course consists of a general part and one or more special parts on the transport of dangerous goods by road or rail.
25. the Institute's programme comprises courses in accordance with the provisions laid down in chapter III and annex 6.
26. the Institute course consists of at least 40 hours of training in General and at least 20 hours of training for each part of the special form of transport.
27. Papildmācīb course program meets the rules of the Institute referred to in annex 6 of the course topics, but of course papildmācīb strengthen the knowledge and provide information on the latest developments in dangerous goods transport technologies and legislation, as well as give the candidates an opportunity to discuss practical examples and share experiences.
28. The number of hours papildmācīb this course is at least 50% of the Institute course hours.
29. Lesson lasts 45 minutes. One day must not be more than eight training hours.
Vi. Safety Adviser (Advisor) qualification 30. Safety Adviser (Advisor) can obtain a qualification where a person residing in Latvia or having the right to reside in Latvia for more than six months.
31. for the safety adviser (Advisor) qualifications of the person according to their own choice of the Institute study course on the carriage of goods by road or rail and successfully pass an examination under this rule 45.1. section. After the examination the person is obtained:

19.3. the right to work with a class 1 dangerous goods. Exam in the Institute for general part and special part of class 1;
31.2. the right to work with a class 2 dangerous goods. Exam in the Institute for general part and special part of class 2;
31.3. the right to work with a class 7 dangerous goods. Exam in the Institute for general part and special part of class 7;
19.5. the right to work with 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class of dangerous goods. Exam in the Institute for general part and special part 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class;
31.5. the right to work of all dangerous goods. Exam in the Institute for general part and any of these rules, 31.2, 31.3 31.1..., and in those 19.5 special parts.
32. a Person can get a security consultant (Advisor) qualifications for working with a number of these provisions, 31.2, 31.3 31.1..., and in those 19.5. dangerous goods classes, Learning Institute courses and accordingly in accordance with the provisions of section 45.1. successfully passed the exam for all selected parts.
33. If a person is qualified to work with certain classes of dangerous goods, then, to get the qualifications to work with any of these terms, 31.2, 31.3 31.1..., and in those 19.5. dangerous goods classes, it learns to institute a special part of the selected class (classes) and in accordance with the provisions of section 45.2. successfully pass the exam just for this class (classes). In this case, the period of validity of the certificate matches the previously issued certificate's validity period.
34. Persons who acquired the qualification by road or rail transport, qualifications may be obtained on other types of carriage, if the study of the mode of transport concerned, to institute a special part of the course and in accordance with the provisions of section 28.1. successfully pass the exam. In this case, the period of validity of the certificate matches the previously issued certificate's validity period.
VII. Examination and evaluation of the results of the examination 35. accepts the Transport Ministers approved the examining board. The Commission is made up of representatives from the Ministry of transport, Road Transport Department, the national railway technical inspection, the national railway and road transport trācij by admin inspection.
36. the institution shall submit to the Commission an application for the examination the examination of persons trained. The application specifies the trained persons name, surname and personal code, as well as to Institute or papildmācīb course part of the persons concerned have received.
37. the examining Board, the training institutions receive submissions, 10 working days notify the teaching authority of the examination date, time and place.
38. to organize the exam, the examination shall be submitted to the Commission the following documents: 38.1. application for the exam for the certificate of the sort;
38.2. copy of identity document (the presentation of the original);
38.3. the certificate, if any, previously obtained.
39. Examination candidate or a security consultant (Advisor) certifies your professional knowledge and skills in the safety adviser (Advisor) duties.
40. in the written Exam.
41. Each applicant exam sort independently, without the other person or exhibit (except for the transport of dangerous goods and of international agreements governing the Latvian laws and official text of the) help, and do not interfere with other exam Organizer. Exam may not be used with checked-out computers, cell phones and other electronic equipment.
42. the examination consists of two parts: 42.1. test questions with multiple choice questions (test);
26.2. the situation analysis task (practical examples).
43. the Test depending on the sort menu volume Exo consists of 15, 20 or 40 questions. Each question has several possible variants of answers, only one of which is correct. The applicant chooses, in his opinion, the correct answer.
44. The situation analysis task consists of specific cases described and relevant questions. The applicant shall reply to the questions asked. For each question are indicated the maximum number of points that can be obtained in response to a question. Situation analysis task is the maximum number of points is 100.45. content and scope of the examination as appropriate applicants for the learned, and means of transport of dangerous goods of classes, subject to the following conditions: 45.1. these rules 31 and 32 in the case referred to in paragraph exam consists of 40 questions and the test with the situation analysis task;
45.2.33. these provisions in the case referred to in paragraph examination consists of tests with 15 questions and situation analysis task;
45.3. the rules referred to in paragraph 34 of the case examination consists of tests with 20 questions and situation analysis task.
46. The applicant shall not be disclosed before the exam, the exam questions will be selected.
47. the Test lasts: 29.3.  150 minutes, arranging the exam this rule 31 and 32 in the case referred to in paragraph;
47.2.60 minutes-when the exam this provision 33. in the case referred to in paragraph 1;
47.3.75 minutes – these rules when exam 34. in the case referred to in paragraph.
48. The situation analysis task lasts 120 minutes.
49. the certificate is obtained, the applicant who successfully pass both parts of the exam.
50. the Test shall be considered to successfully settle where the applicant correctly answered at least: 50.1.  32 test questions (at least 32 points) – these rules 31 and 32 in the case referred to in paragraph;
50.2.12 test questions (at least 12 points)-this provision 33. in the case referred to in paragraph;
50.3.16 test questions (at least 16 points)-this provision in paragraph 34 above.
51. to successfully settle the situation analysis task, the applicant needs to get at least 70 points.
52. the examining Board decision on the results of the examination takes 10 working days after the examination.
53. If the person has received a negative rating in one or both parts of the exam, the examination by the Commission within 10 working days after the examination the sort written notice to the person of the refusal to issue a certificate and about ways to sort the exam again.
54. If the applicant has passed only one part of the exam, the exam within six months of completion of the examination, the outstanding part does not have to be sorted again.
55. the exam is allowed not earlier than in 10 working days.

56. A decision by the examining party may challenge the Ministry of transport. The Ministry of transport's decision can be appealed in court.
VIII. Certificate Renewal 57. Examination the Commission shall examine applications for lost, stolen, as well as mechanically or otherwise damaged certificate renewal.
58. to renew the certificate, the person shall submit to the examining body the following documents: application for certificate of 58.1. loss, theft or damage;
58.2. for publication in the "journal", which had been declared invalid certificate (if the certificate is stolen or lost);
58.3. the defective certificate (if any);
58.4. identity document copy (the original show).
IX. Closing questions 59. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 27 December 2001, Regulation No 546 "rules on the safety adviser (Advisor) a posting, professional qualifications and activities of the transport of dangerous goods".
60. the certificates issued to these rules into force, shall be valid until the expiry of the period specified therein. 
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 June 1996, Directive 96/35/EC on the appointment of safety advisers for the transport of dangerous goods by road, rail and inland waterways and their professional qualifications;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 April 2000, Directive 2000/18/EC on minimum examination requirements for safety advisers for the transport of dangerous goods by road, rail and inland waterway.
Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions to 9 March 2006.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of 21 February 2006, regulations No 156 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 Cabinet of 21 February 2006, regulations No 156 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 Cabinet of 21 February 2006, regulations No 156 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 Cabinet of 21 February 2006, regulations No 156 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 5 Cabinet of 21 February 2006, regulations No 156 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 6 Cabinet of 21 February 2006, regulations No 156 to Institute the course topics to be included in the
I. General part to Institute the course 1. General prevention and safety measures: 1.1. associated with dangerous goods accident consequences;
1.2. the main causes of accidents.
2. The transport of dangerous goods regulations regulatory system: 2.1 the United Nations recommendations ("Orange Book");
2.2. European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR);
2.3. European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by rail (RID);
2.4. the agreement on international goods transport by rail (SMGS) Annex 2 "in the transport of dangerous goods";
2.5. the legislation governing the transport of dangerous goods;
2.6. transport of hazardous waste regulatory legislation: 2.6.1. European Council regulation on the supervision and control of shipments of waste within, into and out of the European Community;
2.6.2. The Basel of 22 March 1989 on the Convention on the long-range transboundary transport of hazardous wastes and their disposal.
3. Transport of dangerous goods, the General provisions of the transport: 3.1 the classification of dangerous goods: 3.1.1 class of dangerous goods and principles for their classification;
3.1.2. the dangerous substances carried, and the subject of the physical, chemical and toxicological properties;
3.1.3. the dangerous substances carried, and the characteristics of the object;
3.1.4. the description of the structure of the substance;
3.1.5. the classification of mixtures of solutions and procedures;
3.2. General requirements for the package: 3.2.1. types of packaging codes and labelling;
3.2.2. the requirements for packaging, packaging tests and prescriptions;
3.2.3. condition of packaging and periodic checks;
3.2.4. the mixed packing provisions;
3.3. General requirements for tanks and tank-containers and tank 3.3.1: types, code system and marking;
3.3.2. tanks and tank construction and equipment;
3.3.3. tanks and tank-periodic inspections;
3.3.4. tanks and tank-performance and service;
3.4. the types of carriage of goods and restrictions on dispatch: 3.4.1 full load;
3.4.2. the transport packaging;
3.4.3. the bulk transport (solids transport without packaging);
3.4.4. transport large amounts of bulk cargo in containers;
3.4.5. services attached and removable tanks;
3.4.6. container transport;
3.5. the hazard identification, hazard and identification: 3.5.1. hazard signs, their role and use;
3.5.2. recognition sign, their role and use;
3.5.3. information on panels;
3.5.4. vehicles carrying dangerous goods in packages, negation;
3.5.5. vehicles carrying dangerous cargo tanks or cisternkonteinero, negation;
3.5.6. vehicles carrying dangerous goods in bulk transport, designation;
3.6. the required documentation at portlīdzekl, moving the trans dangerous goods: 3.6.1. the consignment note (transport document), the information to be included in the invoice;
3.6.2. written instructions written instructions to be included in the information;
3.6.3. vehicle conformity certificate: 3.6.3.1. instances where a certificate is required;
3.6.3.2. requirements for vehicle construction;
3.6.4. driving licence requirements for obtaining them;
3.6.5. the copies of the documents on which a claim is allowed or to restrictions or exemptions from these requirements in a given trade;
3.7. the requirements for the transport of dangerous goods loading and unloading processes: 3.7.1. prohibitions and precautions relating to the various mixed loading of dangerous goods;
3.7.2. goods transported quantity restrictions;
3.7.3. cleaning before loading and after unloading;
3.7.4. the requirements for loading and stowage of packages;
3.7.5. requirements for tank and tank-filling and emptying (fulfillment);
3.7.6. requirements for dangerous goods loading and unloading, carrying bulk services;
3.8. the cases are allowed to transport of dangerous goods compliance or partial compliance:

3.8.1. dangerous goods in limited quantities;
3.8.2. dangerous goods in exceptional quantities;
3.8.3. other exceptions;
3.9. safety precautions to prevent the possibility of accident or accident consequences: 3.9.1. vehicle equipment;
3.9.2. written instructions for the enforcement and driver's personal protective equipment;
3.9.3. monitoring and vehicle parking parking;
3.9.4. the traffic security rules and limitations;
3.9.5. the action of the dangerous goods spills or accidents;
3.10. requirements of transfrontier shipments of hazardous waste.
4. the duties of the Security Advisor: 4.1 various instruction dial-people who are associated with the transport of dangerous goods, or those loading and unloading;
4.2. application of environmental pollution and other emergency relief procedure;
4.3. development of verification procedures to ensure the transport of dangerous goods, loading and unloading according to the rules and increase the security of this process;
4.4 Security Advisor reviews: 4.4.1. annual review;
4.4.2. the report on the accident.
5. The protection measures to prevent the use of dangerous goods for malicious purposes.
 
II. special part to Institute the course part 1 for class 1 dangerous goods according to the type of transport include the following topics: 1.1.  class 1 dangerous goods classification principles;
1.2. the class 1 substances and articles describing the structure;
1.3. Special requirements for class 1 substances and articles in the package;
1.4. class 1 substances and articles mixed packing;
1.5. class 1 substances and articles the marking of the packages;
1.6. class 1 substances and articles the carriage of basic provisions;
1.7. vehicles carrying class 1 substances and articles, tagging;
1.1. Special requirements for class 1 freight shipment information be contained;
1.9. Special requirements for class 1 vehicles intended for the carriage of goods and their certification;
1.10. Special requirements for class 1 freight loading and unloading process;
1.11. class 1 freight mixed loading;
1.12. class 1 freight quantity requirements for the exception, such services;
1.13. security measures to prevent the possibility of accident or accident consequences class 1 freight.
Part 2 of class 2 dangerous goods according to the type of transport include the following topics: 2.1.  class 2 dangerous goods classification principles;
2.2. class 2 substance description of objects and structure;
2.3. Special requirements for different types of class 2 gas tanks;
2.4. Special requirements for tanks and tank;
2.5. class 2 gas tanks, tank, and tank marking and identification;
2.6. class 2 gas tanks, tank, and tank-periodic inspections;
2.7. class 2 basic rules of carriage of goods;
2.8. vehicles carrying class 2 designation of the goods;
2.9. Special requirements for class 2 goods slip the information to be included;
2.10. Special requirements for class 2 goods tanks and cisternkonteinero for vehicles and their certification;
2.11. Special requirements for class 2 goods loading and unloading process;
2.12. class 2 goods mixed loading;
2.13. class 2 goods limited quantity and exceptional claims such services;
2.14. safety precautions to prevent the possibility of accident or accident consequences class 2 trades.
Part 3 of class 7 dangerous goods according to the type of transport include the following topics: 3.1.  7. classes of dangerous goods and the principles of classification;
3.2. class 7 substances and articles describing the structure;
3.3. Special requirements for different types of goods of class 7 packages;
3.4. Special requirements for tanks and tank;
3.5. class 7 packaging, containers and tank marking and identification;
3.6. class 7 basic rules of carriage of goods transport index;
3.7. the system of authorization 7. class trades;
3.8.7. class distinctions, stowing cargo and storage during transportation;
3.9. Special requirements 7. class loading and unloading process;
3.10. class 7 goods mixed loading;
3.11. Special requirements for class 7 goods slip the information to be included;
3.12. vehicles carrying goods of class 7, negation;
3.13. security measures to prevent the possibility of accidents or the consequences of accidents 7. class trades.
4. Part 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class dangerous goods according to the type of transport include the following topics: 4.1.  3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of dangerous goods and the principles of classification;
4.2.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of objects and substances describes a structure;
4.3. Special requirements for different types of 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class cargo packages;
4.4.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of dangerous goods marking packages;
4.5.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of objects and substances, mixed packing;
4.6. Special requirements for tanks and tank;
4.7. tanks and tank marking and identification;
4.8. tanks and tank-periodic inspections;
4.9.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of dangerous goods basic;
4.10. the requirements for the carriage of goods in fixed temperature mode;
4.11. vehicles carrying 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9, the designation for the class;
4.12. Special requirements 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class freight spend marks the information to be included;
4.13. Special requirements 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class tanks for the carriage of goods and cisternkonteinero for vehicles and their certification;
4.14. Special requirements 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class loading and unloading process;
4.15. the various 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class cargo mixed loading;
4.16.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of dangerous goods in limited quantities, and the exceptional requirements, using the following services;

4.17. security measures to prevent the possibility of accidents or the consequences of accidents 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 class trades.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers