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Interactive software for Labelling and Documentation

The incorrect use of package marks and labelling and the incorrect completion of the dangerous goods form have been identified as potential causes of denials and delays to the efficient transports of radioactive materials. The WNTI offers the following software; one that presents the correct labelling and marking and another that shows the correct information that should be presented on the dangerous goods form based on the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code for radioactive materials.

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Radioactive Material Ship's Guide to Package Marks and Labels

Link: Radioactive Material Ship's Guide to Package Marks and Labels  (it is advised that you open the link using Google chrome)

This software guides the user through the choices of labels by selecting the corresponding UN number for the radioactive materials to be transported, presenting a pictorial of a corresponding package and indicating the correct labels. Further information on why and what the label indicates and where the information can be found in the IMDG Code can be displayed.

Instructions for the labelling software 

On opening the software, a list of UN numbers will appear on the left of the screen. Roll over the desired UN number and click to open a further panel with a representative package with the appropriate labels. Clicking the information on the label will explain why you need to include the information and where in the IMDG Code you will find the requirements and information.

 

Radioactive Material Ship's Guide to the Transport Document

Link:  Radioactive Material Ship's Guide to the Transport Document (it is advised that you open the link using Google chrome)

This software guides the user through completing the dangerous goods form by selecting the corresponding UN number for the radioactive materials to be transported. More detailed information on why and what the information indicates and where the information can be found in the IMDG Code can be displayed.

Instructions for the document software 

On opening the software, a list of UN numbers will appear on the left of the screen. Roll over the desired UN number and click to open a further panel with the appropriate information required to be filled in on the IMDG multi dangerous goods form. Clicking the information will take you to where in the IMDG Code you will find the requirements and information.

 

Whilst the WNTI will use all reasonable efforts to ensure that the information on this site is accurate, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information and we will accept no liability for any loss or damages incurred, howsoever caused, and cannot be held liable for any use or reliance you may make of or put on it. The WNTI also cannot be held liable for your use or inability to use the site or the information or services that it contains. E&OE.

The WNTI offers the use of this service software freely to members and non-members of the transport community; the agents and authorities responsible for ensuring compliance of labelling and documentation of transports of radioactive materials presented for maritime shipments. Where any interpretation of the information has been made, it has been done so with the interests of the wider transport community. Although the software has been extensively tested on several computers/operating systems, if you have any issues in use or content, please contact the WNTI so we can rectify the issues and conflicts in systems etc.

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