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International Dangerous Goods Declarations


IATA Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods 

Instructions
for preparing (IATA Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods
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Adobe format: file size - 3.12 MB IATA Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods is available for purchase.

 

 

 

Purpose and Use:
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) requires that all shipments tendered to air carriers and air freight forwarders classed by regulation as dangerous goods be accompanied by the IATA Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods. The shipper is responsible for correct and accurate completion of the form per IATA requirements and to ensure that all requirements have been met including packaging, marking, and required information related to the product being tendered.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Unz Stock No.: W30-064, W30-065 
  • Please note: W30-062 is no longer available. W30-065 is a suitable replacement.

Compliance Tips IATA Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods 

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Use of incorrect proper shipping name

  • Incorrect and inadequate packaging 

Price:

IATA Shipper’s Declaration For Dangerous Goods

CAT. No. Description
W30-065 4-part snap sets carbonless (manual)
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W30-064 4-part continuous carbonless (computerized)
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W30-062L Laser Forms - for use with software
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W30-061L Blank IATA Dangerous Goods Declaration forms with red diagonal hatchings
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IMO Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form

Instructions for preparing IMO Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form
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Adobe format: file size - 791 KB

IMO Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form

 

 

Purpose and Use:
Amendment 29-98 of the IMDG Code requires the use of the IMO Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form. It is designed as a combined transport document and container packaging certificate for the multimodal transport of dangerous goods. This declaration meets the requirements of SOLAS 74, Ch. 7, Reg. 5; MARPOL 73/78 Annex 3, Reg. 4; and IMDG Code Section 9. 

Regulatory Facts:

  • Unz Stock No.:  W30-085

Compliance Tips IMO Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Failure to use metric units for weight and size

Price:

IMO Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form 

CAT. No. Description  
W30-085 4-part carbon snap sets Pricing
W30-085L Laser Forms - for use with software
Pricing
W30-086L Blank IMO Multimodal DG forms with blue diagonal hatchings
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IATA Shipper’s Certificate Of Articles Not Restricted


Instructions
for preparing IATA Shipper’s Certificate Of Articles Not Restricted
Adobe
Adobe format: file size - 79.3 KB

IATA SHipper's Certificate of Articles Not Restricted

 

 

Purpose and Use:
This form is required for articles and materials tendered for air shipment to an air carrier or forwarder which are not classed as dangerous or hazardous by regulation. This form is a certification by the shipper that the shipment is not hazardous and is acceptable for air transport.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Unz Stock No.:  W30-090

Price:

IATA Shipper’s Certificate Of Articles Not Restricted

CAT. No. Description  
W30-090 4-part carbonless snap sets Pricing
W30-070L Laser Forms - for use with software
Pricing

 

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