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Identification

THIS LIST CONTAINS:

The most relevant information for each of the dangerous goods. Commonly known as the blue pages, it is found in 4.2 of the DGR.

UN (4.1.6.1) UN Number: The unique four-digit number that identifies each substance or article, assigned by the United Nations Sub-Committee of Experts. The prefix 'UN' must always be used.

Proper Shipping Name (4.1.6.2 and 8.1.3): It includes, in bold, the name of the substance, followed by a qualifying descriptive text, which is not part of the PSN but clarifies the scope of the entry. The star symbol ( ) indicates that the name of the virus or disease should be added.

Class (4.1.6.3): Contains the hazard class or division.

Danger Label (4.1.6.4): Contains the names of the labels that must be applied on the outside of each packaging and overpack.

Packing Group (PG) (4.1.6.5): Contains the packing group number (I, II, or III) assigned to the dangerous substance. Infectious substances do not have a PG.

Excepted Quantities (EQ) (2.6 and 4.1.6.6): Provides an alphanumeric code, the meaning of which can be checked in Table 2.6.A, which contains the maximum net quantity per inner packaging and per outer packaging when dangerous goods are transported as excepted quantities. Infectious substances cannot be transported as EQ.

Limited Quantities (2.7 and 4.1.6.7): Refers to the corresponding Limited Quantity Packaging Instruction, as indicated in Section 5. Packaging instructions applied when dangerous goods are transported as limited quantities start with the letter Y. If the word 'Prohibited' is shown, the article or substance cannot be transported under Limited Quantity provisions.

Packing Instruction for Passenger and Cargo Aircraft (4.1.6.9): Refers to the corresponding packing instruction (Section 5) for the transport of the substance on a passenger or cargo aircraft.

Maximum Net Quantity per Package for Passenger and Cargo Aircraft (4.1.6.10): Refers to the maximum net quantity per package allowed for transport on a passenger and cargo aircraft

Packing Instruction for Cargo Aircraft Only (4.1.6.11): Refers to the corresponding packing instruction (Section 5) for the transport of the substance on an aircraft dedicated solely to cargo.

Maximum Net Quantity per Package for Cargo Aircraft Only (4.1.6.12): Refers to the maximum net quantity per package allowed for transport on an aircraft dedicated solely to cargo.

Special Provisions (4.1.6.13): Contains the alphanumeric code (number preceded by the letter A) of the applicable special provisions (additional requirements that must be met). The meaning of each special provision is found in subsection 4.4.

Emergency Response Code (ERC) (4.4): Contains the emergency response as found in the ICAO document Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods. These codes are provided for the operator's benefit, so they can be included in the Notification to the Captain (NOTOC) document.