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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 674, Riga 2005 6 September (pr. No 50 21) dangerous goods transport regulations Issued in accordance with article 12 of the law of road transport in the fifth 1. determines the order in which the dangerous goods carried out international and national transport by road.
2. dangerous goods in accordance with the binding on the Republic of Latvia to the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR Agreement) shall be divided into the following classes: 2.1 the explosive substances and articles in class 1;
2.2. the gas — class 2;
2.3. flammable liquids: 3rd class;
2.4 flammable solids, substances and solid pašreaģējoš desensibilizēt — class 4.1;
2.5. spontaneously flammable substances — 4.2 class;
2.6. substances which, in contact with water emit flammable gases, class 4.3;
2.7. Oxidising substances: class 5.1;
2.8-5.2 organic peroxides class;
2.9. toxic substances, class 6.1;
2.10. infectious substances: class 6.2;
2.11. radioactive materials: 7. the class;
2.12. corrosive substances of class 8;
2.13. the other dangerous substances and preparations: 9. class.
3. Dangerous goods international and domestic transport carried out in accordance with the requirements of the ADR Agreement.
4. Radioactive material (class 7) carries the appropriate radiation safety and nuclear safety regulatory laws and requirements. Instead of classifying hazardous waste according to the waste is transported in the regulatory laws and requirements.
5. empty, uncleaned packages and containers in which the dangerous goods transported under the ADR Agreement, the requirements for the transport of dangerous goods.
6. empty, according to the technical requirements of dangerous goods packaging and tank cleaned as normal cargo transport, which is governed by the requirements of the ADR Agreement.
7. the transport of dangerous goods, required for the transport of dangerous goods vehicles driving licence (except where the goods are transported according to ADR Agreement 1.1.3. the conditions referred to in point).
8. Dangerous goods vehicles intended for the carriage of a driver's license shall be issued by the road traffic safety Directorate in accordance with the laws and regulations on the transport of dangerous goods for the driving qualification procedures and the issue of a driving licence, Exchange and restore order.
9. Chapter 9 of the ADR Agreement referred to certain dangerous substances carrying the vehicle certificate of conformity (referred to as the ADR certificate) necessary for road vehicle with a removable tank and baterijtransportlīdzekl, if their capacity exceeding 1 m3, vehicle with a tank, portable tank or gas container multi-chip, if their individual capacity greater than 3 m3 vehicle carrying class 1 dangerous goods, as well as the following types of trailers (semi-trailers) pulley.
10. Latvia registered vehicles ADR certificate shall be issued by the road traffic safety Directorate in accordance with the requirements of the ADR Agreement and regulations on vehicle technical inspection and control on the road.
11. before the issuance of the certificate of the ADR Road Safety Directorate verifies that vehicles carrying hazardous substances in the tank that should act "On technical supervision of dangerous equipment requirements", is a registered national labour inspection and or as to law "has been issued For the technical supervision of dangerous equipment" in the inspection bodies recognised by the inspection protocol.
12. The provisions referred to in paragraph 7 of the claim in respect of vehicles the permissible total laden weight of which does not exceed 3500 kg and carrying 2, 3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 8 and 9 classes of dangerous goods, shall enter into force by 1 January 2007.
13. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 5 august 2003, the provisions of no. 435 "dangerous goods transport regulations" (Latvian journal, 2003, nr. 112).
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 21 November 1994, Directive No. 94/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States with regard to the transport of dangerous goods by road;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 October 2000, Directive 2000/61/EC amending Council Directive 94/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States with regard to the transport of dangerous goods by road;
3) Commission of 29 January 2001 the directive no 2001/7/EC adapting for the third time to technical progress Council Directive 94/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States with regard to the transport of dangerous goods by road;
4) Commission 7 April 2003 of Directive 2003/28/EC adapting for the fourth time Council Directive 94/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States with regard to the transport of dangerous goods by road;
5) Commission on 9 December 2004 by Directive 2004/111/EC adapting for the fifth time Council Directive 94/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States with regard to the transport of dangerous goods by road.
Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 10 September 2005.
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