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dangerous goods
Dangerous substances and objects, which, because of their nature, their properties or their condition, in combination with the fact that they are being transported, present dangers to public saftety and order, in particular to the general public, to important common property, to the life and health of humans as well as to animals and things.
When classifying dangerous goods, basically the effect of a single contact with persons in an accident (acute effect of a substance or an object) is considered.
dangerous goods packagings
Containments approved for the transport of dangerous goods. In summary, the term "Dangerous Goods Packagings" embraces Packagings, Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) and Large Packagings (LP)
design type series
A design type whose combined volume and gross mass can be varied within the basic values (largest and smallest overall size; if applicable, also the intermediate size) as defined in its certificate of approval, whilst adhering to prescribed conditions.
See: BAM-GGR 006 – Specific processes for the design type test and approval of fibreboard boxes (4G)
2011-06-08

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