Annex 18 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation – The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air requires that The operator shall provide such. ICAO DOC Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents involving Dangerous Goods Ed This essential document provides guidance. This requirement is also included in the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc ). Annex 6, Part I, Appendix 2 also.
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If the safety of aircrafts is compromised, and in the event of accidents and serious incidents of aircrafts related to dangerous goods, the aircraft captain and other participants related to the carriage of dangerous goods must act in the manner described in ICAO Doc. The Civil Aviation Agency must be properly notified about any compromising of aircraft safety, accidents and serious incidents of aircrafts related to dangerous goods. Dangerous goods are carried regularly and routinely by air all over the world.
To ensure they do not put an aircraft and its occupants at risk there are international Standards which each State, under the provisions of the Chicago Convention, are required to introduce into national legislation.
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This system ensures governmental control over the carriage of dangerous goods by air and gives world-wide harmonization of safety standards. Annex 18 to the Chicago Convention was developed as a response to a demand by Contracting States for an internationally agreed upon set of provisions addressing the transport of dangerous goods by air. All amendments to Annex 18 are approved by the Council following a recommendation from the Dangerous Goods Panel of the Air Navigation Commission and consultation with States.
Annex 18 sets down broad principles but one of the Standards requires that dangerous goods are carried in accordance with the Technical Instructions iaco the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.
Contracting States are required by Annex 18 to have inspection and enforcement procedures to ensure that dangerous goods are being carried in compliance with the requirements. The Technical Instructions amplify the basic provisions of Annex 18 and contain all the detailed instructions necessary for the safe international transport of dangerous goods by air.
Dangerous goods can be carried safely by air transport providing certain principles are adopted. These principles have been used in developing the Technical Instructions. Odc are intended to facilitate transport while providing a level of safety such that dangerous goods can be carried without placing an aircraft or its occupants at risk, providing all the requirements are fulfilled.
They try to ensure that should an incident occur it cannot lead to an accident. The Standard and Recommended Practices are contained in the Annex 18 and the Technical Instructions contain all the detailed instructions for the safe transport of dangerous goods by air.
They are published biennially. A Supplement to 94481 Technical Instructions provides information on the safe transport of dangerous goods by air that is primarily of interest to States. Publishing this information in a separate document eliminates from the Technical Instructions material which the average user has neither the need nor the desire to know. The size and complexity of the Technical Instructions is thereby reduced and its comprehensibility enhanced. Examples of the subjects dealt with in the Supplement are guidance for the issue of certain exemptions or approvals by States and the reporting of ixao goods accidents and incidents to ICAO by Contracting States.
Certain dangerous goods, which are normally forbidden identified in Table of the Technical Instructions by Special Provision A1, A2, A78 or Amay be specifically authorized for air transport by prior approval of the appropriate national authority.
These actions are specific to the type of substance involved and pertain to the environmental situation within an aircraft. Use of this guide is not mandatory, so air carriers may use any other document which provides similar information concerning the dangerous goods on board.
The Dangerous Goods Regulations icai been developed from the Technical Instructions and the two documents are compatible, although sometimes the Dangerous Goods Regulations are more restrictive than the Technical Instructions.
ICAO technical instructions are the most important regulation regulating the carriage of dangerous goods in air.
ICAO Emergency Response Guide 2019/20 Edition (Doc 9481)
Reference regulation – Legal starting point. The following shall apply to the carriage of dangerous goods by air: The carriage of dangerous goods by air on national and international flights may be carried out: Technical Instructions and published amendments in accordance with Article 38 of the Convention.
Ordinance on terms and conditions for transport of dangerous goods by air Official Gazette No. Provisions of this Ordinance and provisions contained in the Technical Instructions shall be applicable for all international and domestic civil aircraft operations. Air operators holding Air Operator Certificate AOC issued in accordance with specific regulation shall include in the Operations Manual and if applicable in other relevant documentation, a section relating to the relevant procedures for flight and ground crew in respect of the stowage and carriage of dangerous goods by air and a section dealing with the procedures to ensure that consignments received from shippers and ground handling agents are in compliance with the requirements of the Technical Instructions and shall include emergency procedures in accordance with ICAO Emergency Response Guidance Doc.
Annex 18 to the Convention on international Civil Aviation the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air Annex 18 to the Chicago Convention was developed as a response to a demand by Contracting States for an internationally agreed upon set of provisions addressing the transport of dangerous goods by air.
Addendum and Corrigendum to the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air The Standard and Recommended Practices are contained in the Annex 18 and the Technical Instructions contain all the detailed instructions for the safe transport of dangerous goods by air. Currently is a valid 58th edition. They contain all the requirements prescribed by the Technical Instructions.
Air carriers full or allied members of the IATA b. Addendum to the 58th Edition.