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Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations

Version of section 4.16 from 2020-02-19 to 2023-07-04:

  •  (1) Except in the case of the dangerous goods listed in subsection (2) or a flammable gas referred to in subsection (3), a DANGER placard is permitted to be displayed on a large means of containment instead of any other placard required by section 4.15, if

    • (a) the large means of containment contains two or more dangerous goods that require different placards; and

    • (b) the dangerous goods loaded into the large means of containment are contained in two or more small means of containment.

  • (2) The DANGER placard referred to in subsection (1) must not be displayed on a large means of containment for

    • (a) dangerous goods that have a gross mass greater than 1 000 kg, are included in the same class and are offered for transport by one consignor;

    • (b) dangerous goods that require an ERAP;

    • (c) dangerous goods included in Class 1, Explosives;

    • (d) dangerous goods included in Class 2.3, Toxic Gases;

    • (e) dangerous goods included in Class 4.3, Water-reactive Substances;

    • (f) dangerous goods included in Class 5.2, Organic Peroxides, Type B, liquid or solid, that require a control or emergency temperature;

    • (g) dangerous goods included in Class 6.1, Toxic Substances, that are subject to special provision 23; and

    • (h) dangerous goods included in Class 7, Radioactive Materials, that require a Category III — Yellow label.

  • (3) If a road vehicle or railway vehicle to be transported by vessel contains a flammable gas, the flammable gas placard illustrated in the appendix to this Part must be displayed on the road vehicle or railway vehicle.

  • SOR/2014-159, s. 18
  • SOR/2017-253, s. 52
  • SOR/2019-101, s. 22

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