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Schedule 2

The TDG Regulations have been consolidated to include
SOR/2011-210 (Amendment 10) and SOR/2011-239 (Amendment 8).

Disclaimer: These documents are not the official versions
(more details).

SPECIAL PROVISIONS

This Schedule gives the text of the special provisions that apply to dangerous goods. The numbers of the special provisions in this Schedule correspond to the numbers in column 5 of Schedule 1. Each UN number that has the special provision against it is included in italics at the end of each special provision.

1 If these explosives contain chlorates, they must not be packed in the same means of containment with explosives containing ammonium nitrate or any other ammonium salt. In addition, if these explosives are to be transported in the same means of transport with explosives containing ammonium nitrate or any other ammonium salt, they must be separated from those explosives so that there will be no reaction in the event of an accident.

UN0083

Repealed SOR/2008-34

3 A person must not load UN0337, FIREWORKS, on a means of transport with dangerous goods that are included in Class 1.1 or Class 1.2.

UN0337

4 The net explosives quantity for these dangerous goods is calculated as 50% of the gross mass expressed in kilograms when the true net explosives quantity cannot reasonably be determined.

SOR/2008-34

UN0333, UN0334, UN0335, UN0428, UN0429, UN0430

SOR/2008-34

5 The net explosives quantity for these dangerous goods is calculated as 25% of the gross mass expressed in kilograms when the true net explosives quantity cannot reasonably be determined.

SOR/2008-34

UN0336, UN0337, UN0431, UN0432

SOR/2008-34

Repealed SOR/2008-34

Repealed SOR/2008-34

Repealed SOR/2008-34

Repealed SOR/2008-34

10  These dangerous goods may be included in Class 4.1 if

(a)  they are in a quantity less than or equal to 500 g per means of containment;

(b)  they contain not less than 10 per cent water by mass; and

(c)  a negative test result is obtained when they are tested in accordance with the Series 6 type (c) test referred to in Section 16 of Part I of the Manual of Tests and Criteria.

UN0154, UN0155, UN0209, UN0214, UN0215, UN0234, UN0401, UN1344, UN1354, UN1355, UN1356

11  These dangerous goods must be in a means of containment that is in compliance with Packing Instruction EP14(b) of CGSB-43.151.

UN0501

12  These dangerous goods must be in a means of containment that is in compliance with Packing Instruction EP30 of CGSB-43.151.

UN0502

13  These dangerous goods must be in a means of containment that is in compliance with Packing Instruction EP35 of CGSB-43.151.

UN0503

14  These dangerous goods must be in a means of containment that is in compliance with Packing Instruction EP12(c) of CGSB-43.151.

UN0504

15  [Reserved]

16

(1)  The technical name of the most dangerous substance related to the primary class must be shown, in parentheses, on the shipping document following the shipping name in accordance with clause 3.5(1)(c)(i)(A) of Part 3, Documentation. The technical name must also be shown, in parentheses, on a small means of containment or on a tag following the shipping name in accordance with subsections 4.11(2) and (3) of Part 4, Dangerous Goods Safety Marks.

(2)  Despite subsection (1), the technical name for the following dangerous goods is not required to be shown on a shipping document when Canadian law for domestic transport or an international convention for international transport prohibits the disclosure of the technical name:

(a)  UN1544, ALKALOID SALTS, SOLID, N.O.S. or ALKALOIDS, SOLID, N.O.S.;

(b)  UN1851, MEDICINE, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S.;

(c)  UN3140, ALKALOID SALTS, LIQUID, N.O.S. or ALKALOIDS, LIQUID, N.O.S.;

(d)  UN3248, MEDICINE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S.; or

(e)  UN3249, MEDICINE, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S.

An example in Canada is the “Food and Drugs Act”.

UN0020, UN0021, UN0190, UN0248, UN0249, UN0349 to UN0359, UN0382, UN0383, UN0384, UN0461 to UN0482, UN0485, UN1078, UN1224, UN1228, UN1325, UN1383, UN1409, UN1479, UN1544, UN1588, UN1601, UN1602, UN1693, UN1719, UN1759, UN1760, UN1851, UN1903, UN1953, UN1954, UN1955, UN1964, UN1965, UN1967, UN1968, UN1986, UN1987, UN1988, UN1989, UN1992, UN1993, UN2003, UN2006, UN2206, UN2478, UN2571, UN2588, UN2693, UN2733, UN2734, UN2735, UN2757, UN2758 to UN2764, UN2771, UN2772, UN2775 to UN2784, UN2786, UN2787, UN2788, UN2801, UN2810, UN2811, UN2813, UN2845, UN2846, UN2902, UN2903, UN2920 to UN2930, UN2991 to UN2998, UN3005, UN3006, UN3009 to UN3021, UN3024, UN3025, UN3026, UN3027, UN3049, UN3050, UN3071, UN3077, UN3080, UN3082, UN3084 to UN3088, UN3093, UN3094, UN3095, UN3096, UN3098, UN3099, UN3101 to UN3120, UN3122 toUN3126, UN3128 to UN3132, UN3134, UN3135,UN3139, UN3140, UN3142, UN3143, UN3146, UN3147, UN3148, UN3156, UN3157, UN3158, UN3160, UN3161, UN3162, UN3163, UN3172, UN3175, UN3176, UN3178 to UN3192, UN3194, UN3200, UN3203, UN3205 to UN3209, UN3221 to UN3240, UN3243, UN3244, UN3248, UN3249, UN3259, UN3260 to UN3267, UN3271 to UN3282, UN3286 to UN3290, UN3301, UN3303 to UN3312, UN3336, UN3345 to UN3352, UN3354, UN3355

17  These dangerous goods may be handled, offered for transport or transported under the UN number and shipping name UN1268, PETROLEUM DISTILLATES, N.O.S., PETROLEUM PRODUCTS N.O.S., DISTILLATS DE PÉTROLE, N.S.A. or PRODUITS PÉTROLIERS, N.S.A.

UN1203, UN1863

18  These Regulations do not apply to UN1845, CARBON DIOXIDE, SOLID, or DRY ICE that is transported by a road vehicle, a railway vehicle or a ship on a domestic voyage and that is used as a refrigerant in a small means of containment if

(a)  the consignor includes, on a document that accompanies the small means of containment, the words “Dry ice as refrigerant” or “Neige carbonique comme réfrigérant”; and

(b)  the small means of containment in which the dry ice is used as a refrigerant is designed and constructed to permit the release of carbon dioxide to prevent the build-up of pressure that could rupture the small means of containment.

UN1845

19  A person must not handle, offer for transport or transport chemically unstable mixtures of these dangerous goods.

UN1826, UN1832

20  [Reserved]

21 

(1)  This shipping name has the UN number

(a)  UN2990 if it is a life saving appliance that is self-inflating and that presents a hazard when the self-inflating device is activated accidentally;

(b)  UN2990 if it is a life saving appliance that is self-inflating and includes as equipment one or more of the dangerous goods set out in subsection (2); and

(c)  UN3072 if it is a life saving appliance that is not self-inflating and includes as equipment one or more of the dangerous goods set out in subsection (2).

(2)  The dangerous goods are

(a)  signal devices included in Class 1;

(b)  non-flammable, non-toxic gases included in Class 2.2;

(c)  dangerous goods included in Class 3, Class 4.1 or Class 5.2;

(d)  electric storage batteries included in Class 8; and

(e)  corrosive solids included in Class 8.

UN2990, UN3072

22  [Reserved]

23

(1)  A consignor of these dangerous goods must include on a shipping document, after the classification of the dangerous goods, the words “toxic by inhalation” or “toxic – inhalation hazard” or “toxique par inhalation” or “toxicité par inhalation” if the dangerous goods meet the criteria for inclusion in Class 6.1, Packing Group I, due to inhalation toxicity.

For example:

CYANIDE SOLUTION, N.O.S., Class 6.1, UN1935, PG I, toxic by inhalation

SOR/2008-34

(2)  A person must not handle, offer for transport or transport these dangerous goods by passenger carrying road vehicle, passenger carrying railway vehicle or passenger carrying ship if they meet the criteria for inclusion in Class 6.1, Packing Group I, due to inhalation toxicity.

(3)  This special provision does not apply to a person who transports these dangerous goods in accordance with the exemption in section 1.15 of Part 1, Coming Into Force, Repeal, Interpretation, General Provisions and Special Cases.

UN1556, UN1602, UN1935, UN2024, UN2206, UN2570, UN2781, UN2784, UN2788, UN2810, UN2902, UN2903, UN2927, UN2929, UN2991 to UN2998, UN3005, UN3006, UN3009 to UN3020, UN3025, UN3026, UN3080, UN3122, UN3123, UN3140, UN3142, UN3144, UN3275, UN3276, UN3278 to UN3282

24  Lead compounds are considered to be insoluble if they exhibit a solubility of 5 per cent or less when they are mixed in a ratio of 1:1000 with 0.07 molar hydrochloric acid and stirred for one hour at a temperature of 23°C ± 2°C.

UN2291

25

(1)  These dangerous goods may be handled, offered for transport or transported under this shipping name as component parts of vehicle air bags or seat belt pretensioners if they are tested in accordance with the Series 6 type (c) test in Section 16 of Part I of the Manual of Tests and Criteria and show no explosion of the device, no fragmentation of device casings and no projection hazard or thermal effect that could hinder fire fighting or other emergency response efforts. If the air bag inflator unit passes the Series 6 type (c) test, the test does not have to be repeated on the air bag module itself.

(2)  These Regulations do not apply to air bags or seat belts installed in vehicles or in completed vehicle components such as steering columns, door panels and seats.

UN3268

26  When these dangerous goods are nickel sulphate that contains more than 15 per cent free sulphuric acid or more than 30 per cent water and water of crystallization and are contained in a drum, the drum must be in compliance with specification 1H2 for drums described in CGSB-43.150.

UN3244

27  [Reserved]

28  A person must not handle, offer for transport or transport these dangerous goods unless they are stabilized and their temperature is maintained below the control temperature while they are being transported.

UN1026, UN3111 to UN3118, UN3231 to UN3240

29  Repealed. SOR/2008-34

30  [Reserved]

31  These Regulations do not apply to dangerous goods transported under this shipping name if the dangerous goods contain more than 70 per cent double salt (calcium nitrate and ammonium nitrate), at least 12 per cent water and no more than 10 per cent ammonium nitrate.

UN1454

32  These Regulations, except for Part 3, Documentation, do not apply to these dangerous goods if they are transported by road vehicle or railway vehicle in a large means of containment and

(a)  the large means of containment is in standard with CSA B621 for transport by road vehicle or with CGSB-43.147 for transport by railway vehicle; and

(b)  the road vehicle or railway vehicle is marked on each side, in letters and numerals that are at least 6 mm wide and 100 mm high, with

(i)  the letters and numerals UN2448, or

(ii)  the numerals 2448 and the words MOLTEN SULPHUR, MOLTEN SULFUR or SOUFRE FONDU.

SOR/2008-34

UN2448

SOR/2008-34

33  These Regulations do not apply to these dangerous goods if the dangerous goods

(a)  are in a quantity less than or equal to 400 kg per means of containment; or

(b)  have been formed to a specific shape such as prills, granules, pellets, pastilles or flakes.

UN1350

34

(1)  Lithium cells and batteries may be transported under this shipping name, if

(a)  each cell or battery is included in Class 9 in accordance with section 38.3 of Part III of the Manual of Tests and Criteria;

(b)  each cell contains not more than 12 g of lithium or lithium alloy;

(c)  each battery contains not more than 500 g of lithium or lithium alloy;

(d)  each cell or battery has a safety venting device or is designed to prevent a violent rupture under normal conditions of transport;

(e)  each cell or battery is equipped with an effective means of preventing external short circuits;

(f)  each battery containing cells or a series of cells connected in parallel is equipped with diodes to prevent reverse current flow; and

(g)  the cells and batteries are packed in a means of containment to prevent short circuits and movement that could lead to short circuits.

(2)  These Regulations do not apply to lithium cells and batteries if

(a)  each cell with a liquid cathode contains not more than 0.5 g of lithium or lithium alloy;

(b)  each battery with a liquid cathode contains a total quantity of not more than 1 g of lithium or lithium alloy;

(c)  each cell or battery with a liquid cathode is hermetically sealed;

(d)  each cell with a solid cathode contains not more than 1 g of lithium or lithium alloy;

(e)  each battery with a solid cathode contains a total quantity of not more than 2 g of lithium or lithium alloy;

(f)  each lithium-ion cell contains a total quantity of not more than 1.5 g of equivalent lithium content, where the equivalent lithium content in grams is 0.3 times the rated capacity of the cell in ampere-hours;

(g)  each lithium-ion battery contains a total quantity of not more than 8 g of equivalent lithium content, where the equivalent lithium content in grams is 0.3 times the rated capacity of the battery in ampere-hours;

(h)  for a liquid cathode battery that contains more than 0.5 g of lithium or lithium alloy or a solid cathode battery that contains more than 1 g of lithium or lithium alloy, the battery does not contain a liquid or gas that is dangerous goods unless the liquid or gas, if free, would be completely absorbed or neutralized by other materials in the battery;

(i)  the cells are separated to prevent short circuits; and

(j) the batteries are separated to prevent short circuits and, except when they are installed in electronic devices, are packed in strong means of containment.

(3)  These Regulations do not apply to lithium cells or batteries if

(a)  the cells or batteries are not included in Class 9 in accordance with section 38.3 of Part III of the Manual of Tests and Criteria;

(b)  each cell contains not more than 5 g of lithium or lithium alloy;

(c)  each battery contains not more than 25 g of lithium or lithium alloy; and

(d)  the cells and batteries are packed or are designed to prevent short circuits under normal conditions of transport.

UN3090, UN3091

35  [Reserved]

36  These Regulations do not apply to the handling, offering for transport or transporting of these dangerous goods by road vehicle or railway vehicle if they are in the form of pellets or dry bulk mash meeting the requirements in CGSB-32.301.

UN1386, UN2217

37  Part 3, Documentation, Part 4, Dangerous Goods Safety Marks, and Part 6, Training, do not apply to these dangerous goods or mixtures or solutions of them if they are transported by road vehicle and are

(a)  purchased by retail sale and are being transported between any of the following places:

(i)  the place of purchase,

(ii)  the place of use or consumption, and

(iii)  the purchaser's place of residence;

(b)  in a quantity less than or equal to 13.6 tonnes; and

(c)  accompanied by a record sheet that includes the shipping name, the UN number and the quantity of the dangerous goods or mixtures or solutions of them.

UN1942, UN2067 to UN2072

38 A person must not handle, offer for transport or transport these dangerous goods in a large means of containment if they are in direct contact with the large means of containment.

UN1001, UN1045, UN1058, UN1081, UN1194, UN1204, UN1222, UN1259, UN1261, UN1308, UN1310, UN1320, UN1321, UN1322, UN1324, UN1336, UN1337, UN1344, UN1347, UN1348, UN1349, UN1354, UN1355, UN1356, UN1357, UN1360, UN1378, UN1380, UN1383, UN1389, UN1391, UN1392, UN1396, UN1404, UN1407, UN1409, UN1410, UN1411, UN1413, UN1414, UN1415, UN1418, UN1419, UN1421, UN1426, UN1427, UN1432, UN1433, UN1436, UN1491, UN1504, UN1510, UN1517, UN1556, UN1557, UN1569, UN1571, UN1575, UN1582, UN1589, UN1612, UN1614, UN1660, UN1693, UN1697 to UN1701, UN1714, UN1748, UN1749, UN1854, UN1855, UN1859, UN1865, UN1868, UN1870, UN1889, UN1911, UN1953, UN1955, UN1957, UN1959, UN1967, UN1975, UN1982, UN1994, UN2006, UN2008, UN2010, UN2011, UN2012, UN2013, UN2188, UN2189, UN2190, UN2192, UN2194 to UN2199, UN2202, UN2203, UN2204, UN2417, UN2418, UN2420, UN2421, UN2451, UN2463, UN2466, UN2471, UN2480, UN2545, UN2546, UN2547, UN2548, UN2555, UN2556, UN2557, UN2626, UN2627, UN2676, UN2741, UN2806, UN2813, UN2846, UN2852, UN2870, UN2881, UN2901, UN2907, UN2956, UN2988, UN3048, UN3064, UN3083, UN3094, UN3095, UN3096, UN3101 to UN3108, UN3124, UN3125, UN3129, UN3130, UN3131, UN3132, UN3134, UN3135, UN3148, UN3160, UN3162, UN3221 to UN3230, UN3248, UN3249, UN3303 to UN3310, UN3317, UN3355

SOR/2011-239

39

(1)  These dangerous goods may be handled, offered for transport or transported under this shipping name if the dangerous goods are

(a)  protected from short circuits; and

(b)  capable of withstanding, without leakage of battery fluid, the following tests:

(i)  a vibration test, in which

(A)  the battery is rigidly clamped to the platform of a vibration machine and a simple harmonic motion having an amplitude of 0.8 mm (1.6 mm maximum total excursion) is applied,

(B)  the frequency is varied in steps of 1 Hz each minute between the limits of 10 Hz and 55 Hz,

(C)  the entire range of frequencies and return is traversed in 95 ± 5 minutes with 2 minutes spent at each frequency for each mounting position (direction of vibration) of the battery, and

(D)  the battery is tested in three mutually perpendicular positions (to include testing with fill openings and vents, if any, in an inverted position) for equal time periods, and

(ii)  after the vibration test, a pressure differential test, in which

(A)  the battery is stored for 6 hours at 24°C ± 4°C while subjected to a pressure differential greater than or equal to 88 kPa, and

(B)  the battery is tested in three mutually perpendicular positions (to include testing with fill openings and vents, if any, in an inverted position) for at least 6 hours in each position.

(2)  These Regulations do not apply to UN2800, BATTERIES, WET, NON-SPILLABLE, electric storage, that are not intended for disposal if,

(a)  at a temperature of 55°C, electrolyte will not flow from a ruptured or cracked battery case and there is no free liquid to flow; and

(b)  when the battery is prepared for transport, the battery's terminals are protected from short circuits.

UN2800

SOR/2011-239

40  These Regulations do not apply to these articles if each article

(a)  has a gas space capacity less than or equal to 1.6 L and a charge pressure less than or equal to 28 000 kPa and, when the capacity (litres) is multiplied by the charge pressure (kilopascals) and then divided by 100, the result is less than or equal to 80;

(b)  has a minimum burst pressure that is 4 times the charge pressure at 20°C for an article that has a gas space capacity less than or equal to 0.5 L and 5 times the charge pressure at 20°C for an article that has a gas space capacity greater than 0.5 L;

(c)  is manufactured from material that will not fragment if ruptured; and

(d)  is protected from rupture by means of a fire degradable seal or a pressure relief device to relieve internal pressure.

UN3164

41

(1)  A person must not handle, offer for transport or transport UN3356, OXYGEN GENERATOR, CHEMICAL, that contains dangerous goods included in Class 5.1, Oxidizing Substances, unless:

(a)  the oxygen generator is capable of withstanding a 1.8 m drop test onto a rigid, non-resilient, flat and horizontal surface, in the position that is most likely to cause damage, without loss of its contents and without its activation;

(b)  if the oxygen generator is equipped with an activating device, it has at least two positive means to prevent an unintentional activation; and

(c)  the oxygen generator is transported in a means of containment that is inside another means of containment so that, if the oxygen generator is activated,

(i)  it will not activate other oxygen generators being transported in the same means of transport,

(ii)  the means of containment will not ignite, and

(iii)  the outside surface temperature of the outer means of containment will not exceed 100°C.

(2)  A person must not handle, offer for transport or transport an oxygen generator under this shipping name if it is equipped with an activating device that meets the criteria for inclusion in Class 1, Explosives.

UN3356

42  Repealed SOR/2008-34

43  Despite section 2.1 of Part 2, Classification, these dangerous goods are assigned to this classification based on human experience.

UN1230, UN1547, UN1577, UN1578, UN1590, UN1591, UN1661, UN1662, UN1663, UN1671, UN1673, UN1708, UN2023, UN2078, UN2311, UN2432, UN2474, UN2512, UN2730

44  [Reserved]

45  Maneb and maneb preparations that have been stabilized against self-heating do not have to be classified with a primary class of Class 4.2 or be assigned the UN number UN2210 if it can be demonstrated by testing that l m3 of the substance does not self-ignite and that the temperature at the centre of a l m3 sample does not exceed 200°C when the sample is kept in a storage area maintained at a temperature of not less than 75°C ± 2°C for a period of 24 hours. In this case, the dangerous goods have the classification assigned to the UN number UN2968.

UN2210

46  [Reserved]

47  [Reserved]

48  [Reserved]

49  [Reserved]

50  Dodecylphenol is a severe marine pollutant.

UN2430, UN3145

51

(1)  Cadmium sulphide, UN2570, CADMIUM COMPOUND, is a marine pollutant but not a severe marine pollutant.

(2)  Cadmium selenite, UN2570, CADMIUM COMPOUND, is not a marine pollutant or a severe marine pollutant.

UN2570

52 Tetraethyllead, UN1649, MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK MIXTURE, is a severe marine pollutant.

UN1649

53  Para-chlorobenzyl chloride, UN2235, CHLOROBENZYL CHLORIDE, liquid or solid, is a marine pollutant.

UN2235

54 [Reserved]

55 Aqueous solutions of inorganic nitrate substances do not meet the criteria for inclusion in Class 5.1 if the concentration of the inorganic nitrate substances in the aqueous solution at the minimum temperature that may be encountered in transport is not more than 80 per cent of the saturation limit of the inorganic nitrate substance in solution.

UN3218

56  When solids that are not dangerous goods and liquids included in Class 3, Flammable Liquids, are in a mixture, the mixture may be handled, offered for transport or transported under this shipping name without the tests and criteria for including substances in Class 4.1, Flammable Solids, first being applied, if

(a)  there is no free liquid visible at the time the mixture is loaded into a means of containment or at the time the means of containment is closed; and

(b)  each means of containment is leakproof.

UN3175

57  When solids that are not dangerous goods and liquids included in Class 6.1, Toxic Substances, are in a mixture, the mixture may be handled, offered for transport or transported under this shipping name without the tests and criteria for including substances in Class 6.1, Toxic Substances, first being applied, if

(a)  the mixture is included in Packing Group II or III;

(b)  there is no free liquid visible at the time the mixture is loaded into a means of containment or at the time the means of containment is closed; and

(c)  each means of containment is leakproof.

UN3243

58  When solids that are not dangerous goods and liquids included in Class 8, Corrosives, are in a mixture, the mixture may be handled, offered for transport or transported under this shipping name without the tests and criteria for including substances in Class 8, Corrosives, first being applied, if

(a)  there is no free liquid visible at the time the mixture is loaded into a means of containment or at the time the means of containment is closed; and

(b)  each means of containment is leakproof.

UN3244

59  Substances that are listed by name in Schedule 1 must not be transported under this shipping name. Substances transported under this shipping name may contain not more than 20 per cent nitrocellulose if the nitrocellulose contains not more than 12.6 per cent nitrogen (by dry mass).

UN1210, UN1263, UN3066

60  These dangerous goods may be included in Class 4.1 if

(a)  they are in a quantity less than or equal to 11.5 kg per means of containment;

(b)  they contain more than 10 per cent water by mass; and

(c)  a negative test result is obtained when they are tested in accordance with the Series 6 type (c) test referred to in Section 16 of Part I of the Manual of Tests and Criteria.

UN0220, UN1357

61  This substance may be handled, offered for transport or transported under a class other than Class 1 if it is packed so that the percentage of water that it contains will not, at any time during transport, fall below the percentage stated in the descriptive text associated with the shipping name. When phlegmatized with water and inorganic inert material the content of urea nitrate must not exceed 75 per cent by mass and the mixture must not be capable of being detonated by the Test Series 1 type (a) test referred to in section 11 of Part I in the Manual of Tests and Criteria.

UN1357

62  These dangerous goods may be handled, offered for transport or transported under Class 4.1 if they are packed in a means of containment so that the percentage of diluent in them will not, at any time during transport, fall below the percentage stated for the diluent in the descriptive text associated with the shipping name.

UN1310, UN1320, UN1321, UN1322, UN1336, UN1337, UN1344, UN1348, UN1349, UN1354, UN1355, UN1356, UN1517, UN3317

63  These Regulations do not apply to these dangerous goods unless they are to be transported by aircraft.

UN1910, UN2807, UN2812, UN3166, UN3171

64

(1)  These Regulations do not apply to these dangerous goods unless they are to be transported by ship.

(2)  These dangerous goods must not be transported by ship when they are wet, damp or contaminated with oil.

UN1327, UN2216

65  A CHEMICAL KIT or FIRST AID KIT must be included in the packing group that is the most stringent packing group assigned to any one of the dangerous goods in the kit and must not contain

(a)  dangerous goods that are not allowed to be transported as limited quantities or that are forbidden for transport in Schedule 1 or Schedule 3;

(b)  dangerous goods that react dangerously with each other; or

(c)  a total quantity of dangerous goods that is greater than 1 L for liquids or 1 kg for solids.

UN3316

66  These dangerous goods are forbidden for transport by ship.

UN1347, UN1512

67  This shipping name applies to vehicles and equipment powered by wet batteries, sodium batteries or lithium batteries if they are handled, offered for transport or transported with these batteries installed.

Examples of these vehicles and equipment include electrically powered cars, lawnmowers, wheelchairs and other mobility aids.

UN3171

68 These dangerous goods are forbidden for transport by ship if they contain one or more of the following substances:

(a)  ammonium chlorite;

(b)  ammonium compound, mixture;

(c)  ammonium compounds, solution;

(d)  AMMONIUM NITRATE, liable to self-heating sufficient to initiate a decomposition;

(e)  CHLORIC ACID, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, with a concentration greater than 10 per cent by mass;

(f)  HYDROCYANIC ACID, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, with greater than 20 per cent acid, by mass;

(g)  HYDROGEN CYANIDE, SOLUTION IN ALCOHOL, with greater than 45 per cent hydrogen cyanide by mass; or

(h)  SILVER PICRATE, WETTED, with less than 30 per cent water by mass.

UN1194, UN1347, UN1450, UN1461, UN1462, UN1482, UN1512, UN1613, UN1642, UN1802, UN1873, UN2067, UN2068, UN2069, UN2070, UN2072, UN2626, UN2627, UN3210, UN3212, UN3213, UN3214, UN3219, UN3294

69  The following definitions apply to matches:

(a)  fusee matches are matches the heads of which are prepared with a friction-sensitive igniter composition and a pyrotechnic composition that burns with little or no flame but with intense heat;

(b)  safety matches are matches that are combined with or attached to the box, book or card and that can be ignited by friction only on a prepared surface;

(c)  strike-anywhere matches are matches that can be ignited by friction on a solid surface; and

(d)  Wax Vesta matches are matches that can be ignited by friction either on a prepared surface or on a solid surface.

UN1331

70

(1)  These dangerous goods must be formulated so that during transport they remain homogeneous and do not separate.

(2)  These Regulations do not apply to formulations of these dangerous goods when they have a low nitrocellulose content and

(a)  are not capable of detonating or deflagrating when tested using the Test Series 1 type (a) test referred to in section 11 of Part I of the Manual of Tests and Criteria;

(b)  do not explode when heated under confinement when tested using the Test Series 1 type (b) test and Test Series 1 type (c) test referred to in section 11 of Part I of the Manual of Tests and Criteria; and

(c)  are not flammable solids when tested using Test N.1 referred to in section 33.2.1.4 of Part III of the Manual of Tests and Criteria; to perform this test, the particle size of the nitrocellulose must be less than 1.25 mm or the nitrocellulose must be crushed and sieved to this size.

UN2557

71  Ammonium nitrites and mixtures of an inorganic nitrite with an ammonium salt are forbidden for transport.

UN2627

72  Despite paragraph 2.5(d) of Part 2, Classification, if these dangerous goods meet the definitions and criteria for inclusion in other classes in accordance with Part 2, Classification, the subsidiary class or classes must be shown on a shipping document along with the primary class for the dangerous goods.

UN2908 to UN2911

73  During transport, these dangerous goods must be protected from direct sunlight and stored away from all sources of heat in a cool and well-ventilated place.

UN3241

74

(1)  If these dangerous goods have a subsidiary class or classes, they must be assigned to Packing Group I, II or III, as appropriate, in accordance with the criteria in Part 2, Classification, for the subsidiary class that takes precedence.

(2)  The description of the subsidiary class or classes of the dangerous goods and the labels and placards must be displayed on a means of containment in accordance with the requirements in Part 4, Dangerous Goods Safety Marks.

(3)  The description of the subsidiary class or classes on a shipping document must be in accordance with Part 3, Documentation.

UN2912, UN2913, UN2915, UN2916, UN2917, UN2919, UN3321 to UN3333

75  Repealed SOR/2008-34

76 Despite section 5.7 of Part 5, Means of Containment, any combination of these dangerous goods included in Class 1, Explosives, may be handled, offered for transport or transported in a road vehicle if

(a) the total quantity of all the dangerous goods included in Class 1, expressed in net explosives quantity, is less than or equal to 5 kg;

(b) the total number of articles of dangerous goods subject to special provision 86 is less than or equal to 100 articles; and

(c)  the operator of the road vehicle has a valid Pyrotechnic Card that has been issued to the operator by the Explosives Regulatory Division of Natural Resources Canada.

SOR/2008-34

UN0027, UN0066, UN0094, UN0101, UN0105, UN0161, UN0197, UN0255, UN0305, UN0325, UN0335, UN0336, UN0337, UN0349, UN0430, UN0431, UN0432, UN0454, UN0499

SOR/2008-34

77 Repealed SOR/2008-34

78  These dangerous goods do not include ammonium permanganate which is forbidden for transport. (See Schedule 3)

UN1482

79  These dangerous goods are forbidden for transport if they contain less alcohol, water or phlegmatizer than specified in the descriptive text associated with the shipping name.

UN0072, UN0074, UN0075, UN0113, UN0114, UN0129, UN0130, UN0133, UN0135, UN0143, UN0150, UN0159, UN0226, UN0391, UN0433

80  Despite section 1.17 of Part 1, Coming into Force, Repeal, Interpretation, General Provisions and Special Cases, a person must not offer for transport or transport these dangerous goods unless they are in a means of containment that is in compliance with Part 5, Means of Containment.

UN1950

SOR/2002-306

81 Section 5.12 of Part 5, Means of Containment, does not apply to these dangerous goods if they are handled, offered for transport or transported in a means of containment designed, constructed, filled, closed, secured and maintained so that under normal conditions of transport, including handling, there will be no accidental release of the dangerous goods that could endanger public safety.

SOR/2008-34

UN1841, UN1845, UN1931, UN2807, UN2969, UN2990, UN3072, UN3166, UN3171, UN3245

SOR/2008-34

82 These dangerous goods require an emergency response assistance plan in accordance with subsection 7.1(6) of Part 7, Emergency Response Assistance Plan.

UN1202, UN1203, UN1863

SOR/2011-239

83 Section 5.12 of Part 5, Means of Containment, does not apply to these dangerous goods if

(a) the dangerous goods are included in Packing Group II or III;

(b) the dangerous goods are in quantities less than or equal to 5 L and are in a metal or plastic means of containment;

(c) the metal or plastic means of containment is inside an outer means of containment and the gross mass of the outer means of containment is less than or equal to 40 kg;

(d) the means of containment are designed, constructed, filled, closed, secured and maintained so that under normal conditions of transport, including handling, there will be no accidental release of the dangerous goods that could endanger public safety;

(e) the dangerous goods are transported in palletized loads, a pallet box or unit load device so that individual means of containment are placed or stacked and secured to the pallet by strapping, shrink- or stretch-wrapping or other suitable means; and

(f) when the dangerous goods are on a road vehicle or a railway vehicle that is to be transported by ship, the pallets, pallet boxes or unit load devices are secured inside the vehicle and the vehicle is closed.

SOR/2008-34

UN1133, UN1210, UN1263, UN1866

SOR/2008-34

84 The infectious substances identified in subsection 7.1(7) of Part 7, Emergency Response Assistance Plan, require an emergency response assistance plan.

UN2814, UN2900

SOR/2011-239

85  Despite the index number in column 6 of Schedule 1, these dangerous goods may be handled, offered for transport or transported in accordance with section 1.31 of Part 1, Coming into Force, Repeal, Interpretation, General Provisions and Special Cases, when they are in a quantity that is less than or equal to 15 000 articles.

SOR/2008-34

UN0044

SOR/2008-34

86 Despite the index number in column 6 of Schedule 1, these dangerous goods may be handled, offered for transport or transported in accordance with section 1.31 of Part 1, Coming into Force, Repeal, Interpretation, General Provisions and Special Cases, when they are in a quantity that is less than or equal to 100 articles.

SOR/2008-34

UN0029, UN0030, UN0121, UN0131, UN0255, UN0267, UN0315, UN0325, UN0349, UN0360, UN0361, UN0367, UN0368, UN0454, UN0455, UN0456, UN0500

SOR/2008-34

87 Despite the word “Forbidden” in column 9 of Schedule 1, these dangerous goods may be transported on a passenger carrying road vehicle or a passenger carrying railway vehicle in accordance with section 1.15 of Part 1, Coming into Force, Repeal, Interpretation, General Provisions and Special Cases, when they are used for medical purposes during transport and are in a means of containment with a capacity less than or equal to 1 L.

SOR/2008-34

UN1073

SOR/2008-34

88 Despite the quantity limits in column 9 of Schedule 1 for these dangerous goods, a road vehicle is not a passenger carrying road vehicle unless the passengers in it are transported for hire or reward.

SOR/2008-34

UN1202, UN1203, UN1978

SOR/2008-34

89 Despite subsection 5.12(1) of Part 5, Means of Containment, these dangerous goods may be transported on a road vehicle or a ship on a domestic voyage in a small means of containment if the small means of containment
SOR/2011-60

(a) is a welded metal tank;

(b) is used for the application of liquid tar to pavement, concrete or metallic structures and is fitted with the appropriate application equipment; and

(c) is designed, constructed, filled, closed, secured and maintained so that under normal conditions of transport, including handling, there will be no accidental release of the dangerous goods that could endanger public safety.

SOR/2008-34

UN1999

SOR/2008-34