Hazardous Materials: Harmonization With International Standards (RRR), 1075-1169 [2014-30462]

Download as PDF Vol. 80 Thursday, No. 5 January 8, 2015 Part II Department of Transportation mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration 49 CFR Parts 171, 172, 173, et al. Hazardous Materials: Harmonization With International Standards (RRR); Final Rule VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00001 Fmt 4717 Sfmt 4717 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1076 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration 49 CFR Parts 171, 172, 173, 175, 176, 178 and 180 [Docket Nos. PHMSA–2013–0260 (HM– 215M)] RIN 2137–AF05 Hazardous Materials: Harmonization With International Standards (RRR) Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), DOT. ACTION: Final rule. AGENCY: PHMSA is amending the Hazardous Materials Regulations to maintain alignment with international standards by incorporating various amendments, including changes to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport quantity limitations, and vessel stowage requirements. These revisions are necessary to harmonize the Hazardous Materials Regulations with recent changes made to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code, the International Civil Aviation Organization’s Technical Instructions (ICAO TI) for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, the United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN Model Regulations) and subsequently address three petitions for rulemaking. DATES: Effective Date: January 1, 2015. Voluntary compliance date: PHMSA is authorizing voluntary compliance beginning January 1, 2015. Delayed compliance date: Unless otherwise specified, compliance with the amendments adopted in this final rule is required beginning January 1, 2016. Incorporation by reference date: The incorporation by reference of certain publications listed in this rule is approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of January 1, 2015. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Steven Webb, Office of Hazardous Materials Standards or Vincent Babich, International Standards, telephone (202) 366–8553, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20590–0001. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 SUMMARY: I. Executive Summary II. Background VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 III. Incorporation by Reference Discussion Under 1 CFR Part 51 IV. Comment Discussion V. Section-by-Section Review VI. Regulatory Analyses and Notices A. Statutory/Legal Authority for the Rulemaking B. Executive Orders 12866 and 13563 and DOT Regulatory Policies and Procedures C. Executive Order 13132 D. Executive Order 13175 E. Regulatory Flexibility Act, Executive Order 13272, and DOT Policies and Procedures F. Paperwork Reduction Act G. Regulatory Identifier Number (RIN) H. Unfunded Mandates Reform Act I. Environment Assessment J. Privacy Act K. Executive Order 13609 and International Trade Analysis I. Executive Summary In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR parts 171–180) to incorporate changes adopted in the IMDG Code, the ICAO Technical Instructions, and the UN Model Regulations, effective January 1, 2015. These changes ensure the domestic hazard classification, hazard communication and packaging requirements are consistent with those employed throughout the world. Federal law and policy strongly favor the harmonization of domestic and international standards for hazardous materials transportation. The Federal hazardous materials transportation law (Federal hazmat law; 49 U.S.C. 5101 et seq.) directs PHMSA to participate in relevant international standard-setting bodies and encourages alignment of the HMR with international transport standards to the extent practicable while recognizing that deviations may at times be necessary to be consistent with the public interest (see 49 U.S.C. 5120). Harmonization facilitates international trade by minimizing the costs and other burdens of complying with multiple or inconsistent safety requirements for transportation of hazardous materials. Harmonization has also become increasingly important as the volume of hazardous materials transported in international commerce grows. Safety is often enhanced by creating a uniform framework for compliance. PHMSA actively participates in relevant international standard-setting bodies and promotes the adoption of standards consistent with the high safety standards set by the HMR. The foreign trade of chemicals is a large segment of the United States economy. In 2000, U.S. foreign trade in chemicals totaled $154 billion and generated a $6 billion positive trade balance. The consistency of regulations PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 reduces regulatory compliance costs and helps to avoid costly frustrations of international shipments. PHMSA’s continued leadership in maintaining consistency with international regulations enhances the hazardous materials safety program and assists in maintaining a favorable trade balance. II. Background PHMSA published a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) under Docket HM–215M (79 FR 50741, August 25, 2014) to incorporate various amendments to harmonize the HMR with recent changes to the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code, and the ICAO Technical Instructions. When considering alignment of the HMR with international standards, we review and evaluate each amendment on its own merit, on the basis of its overall impact on transportation safety, and on the basis of the economic implications associated with its adoption into the HMR. Our goal is to harmonize without diminishing the level of safety currently provided by the HMR or imposing undue burdens on the regulated community. Based on this review and evaluation, in this final rule, PHMSA is amending the HMR to incorporate changes from the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, Amendment 37–14 to the IMDG Code, and the 2015–2016 ICAO Technical Instructions, which become effective January 1, 2015 (The IMDG Code is effective January 1, 2015; however, Amendment 36–12 may continue to be used until January 1, 2016). Notable amendments to the HMR in this final rule include the following: • Updating references to international regulations including the ICAO Technical Instructions, the IMDG Code, the UN Model Regulations, the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria the Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations and various technical standards. • Adding, revising, or removing certain proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, bulk packaging requirements, and passenger and cargo aircraft maximum quantity limits from the Hazardous Materials Table (HMT). • Adopting an exception from the HMR for marine pollutants up to 5 L (1.3 gal) for liquids or 5 kg (11 lbs.) for solids when these materials are packaged in accordance with the general packaging requirements of §§ 173.24 and 173.24a. These exceptions are consistent with the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code, and the ICAO TI. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 • Modifying the list of marine pollutants in Appendix B to § 172.101. • Adding minimum sizes for the OVERPACK and SALVAGE markings. • Revising and adding vessel stowage codes listed in column 10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in § 176.83 consistent with the IMDG Code. • Adsorbed gases: Adopting new entries into the HMR; adding a definition; authorizing packagings; and adding safety requirements including quantity limitations and filling limits. • Harmonizing with the latest version of the ICAO TI to ensure that the information currently authorized by the HMR to be provided by means of an alternative document be included on a shipping paper for batteries transported under the provisions of § 173.185(c)(4)(v) equivalent to Section IB of ICAO TI Packing Instructions 965 and 968. PHMSA is also harmonizing with the latest version of the ICAO TI by requiring a ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label on packages containing small lithium metal batteries not packed in or with equipment. • Amending the HMR definition of non-bulk packaging by adding a new paragraph (4) to include bags and boxes conforming to the applicable requirements for specification packagings in subpart L of part 178 of this subchapter, if they have a maximum net mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) or less. III. Incorporation by Reference Discussion Under 1 CFR Part 51 The United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods—Model Regulations, Manual of Tests and Criteria, all of the Transport Canada Clear Language Amendments, and the IAEA Regulations are all free and easily accessible for the public to access on the internet, with access provided via Web sites provided by the parent organization. The International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, International Maritime Organization International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code, and all of the International Organization for Standardization references are available for interested parties to purchase in either print or electronic versions through the parent organization Web sites. The price charged for these standards not freely available to interested parties helps to cover the cost of developing, maintaining, hosting, and accessing these standards. The specific standards are discussed in greater detail in the following analysis. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 IV. Comment Discussion In response to PHMSA’s August 25, 2014 NPRM (79 FR 50741), PHMSA received comments from the following organizations and individuals: • Aaron Adamczyk • Alaska Airlines • American Chemistry Council (ACC) • American Society of Travel Agents • Anonymous • Autoliv • Carla Clark • The Council on Safe Transportation of Hazardous Articles, Inc. (COSTHA) • The Dangerous Goods Advisory Council (DGAC) • Dow Chemical • Edward Altemos • Entegris • Gregory Sutherland • The Institute of Makers of Explosives (IME) • International Vessel Operators Dangerous Goods Association (IVODGA) • James Lynch • Jeffery Richmond • Katherine Whelan • Key Safety Systems • Paul Rankin/RIPA • Sally Mitchell • Shondra Hector • TK Holdings Inc. (Takata) • TRW Automotive • Veolia ES Technical Solutions, L.L.C. (Veolia) • United Parcel Service (UPS) Below is a listing of major amendments to the international transportation regulations that we proposed for adoption into the HMR, a brief synopsis of the comments we received regarding those proposals, and PHMSA’s position regarding the comments. Additional comments are addressed in the section-by-section analysis section.1 Incorporation by Reference In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to incorporate by reference the latest editions of various international transport standards including the 2015– 2016 ICAO TI, Amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code, the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the International Atomic Energy Agency Safety Standards for Protecting People and the Environment; Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, No. SSR–6, and the Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations. Finally, PHMSA proposed the incorporation by reference of new and updated standards published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). PHMSA received 1 Comments which were outside the scope of this rulemaking are not addressed in this final rule. PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1077 general support from the commenters on the principle of harmonizing the U.S. regulations with international transport and technical standards. We did not receive any comments that opposed our proposals to incorporate these standards and will adopt them in this final rule. Exceptions for Marine Pollutants In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to add a new exception from the HMR to § 171.4 for marine pollutants up to 5 L (1.3 gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 lbs) for solids when these materials are packaged in accordance with the general packaging requirements of §§ 173.24 and 173.24a. PHMSA received comments from Gregory Sutherland, DGAC, IVODGA, and COSTHA concerning our proposed amendments to this section. General support for the harmonization effort was provided by COSTHA, IVODGA, and DGAC. Mr. Sutherland asks if the intent of the proposal was to eliminate limited quantity and excepted quantity shipments of marine pollutants, and further asks why anyone would offer a marine pollutant as a limited or excepted quantity with the new exception in place. PHMSA is not proposing to remove the ability to offer marine pollutants as limited or excepted quantities, but does agree with the commenter that the vast majority of shippers of limited or excepted quantity amounts of marine pollutants will choose to utilize the new exception instead of existing limited or excepted quantity provisions. Mr. Sutherland notes that as proposed there would be no restriction on the number of 5 L containers that are permitted in a combination package, so a package containing four 5 L bottles would contain 20 L of non-regulated marine pollutants, but a 10 L jerrican would be fully regulated. Mr. Sutherland is correct. There is no limit to the number of up to 5 L or 5 kg single or inner packagings that may be placed inside of a package under the conditions of the exception. Lastly, Mr. Sutherland notes that as proposed there would be no requirement to mark a freight container with the large marine pollutant marking even if that freight container contains nothing but packages of excepted marine pollutants. Mr. Sutherland is correct. If the shipments of marine pollutants are below the provided quantity thresholds per inner or single packaging and meet the applicable general packaging provisions no marking would be required on a cargo transport unit, regardless of the number of packages being offered under the exception. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1078 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations DGAC noted that they believe the language in the proposed paragraph (c)(l) could be clarified, as a partial reading could imply that single or inner packagings of 5 L or 5 kg of any material are excepted from the HMR. PHMSA agrees. The wording of the proposed exception is not clear enough to indicate that all shipments of marine pollutants meeting the quantity thresholds and general packaging provisions can utilize the exception assuming they are not also hazardous substances or hazardous wastes. The use of the exception for single or inner packagings of 5 L or 5 kg or less is not limited to materials offered under the UN identification numbers UN 3077 and UN 3082, but would also apply to marine pollutants that meet the definition of other hazard classes (i.e. paints or n.o.s. entries that meet the definition of more than one hazard class). PHMSA is amending the exception in 171.4 for clarification. IVODGA, while providing general support for harmonization on this issue, notes the reporting requirements under the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Vessel’s General Permit (VGP) Plan requirements and has some concern regarding the vessel operator’s ability to identify these marine pollutants. Vessel owners or operators may be caught in a situation where they are transporting materials which may be excepted from various transport requirements, but still require reporting under domestic and international mandates. IVODGA states that some consideration of these reporting requirements should be addressed since these substances in small packages still represent a hazard if spilled from or on a vessel during operational phases especially when transported in container load quantities. PHMSA asserts that excepting up to 5 L for liquids and 5 kg for solids provides significant benefit to the shipper and aligns with requirements of other modes of transportation and international regulations. EPA’s VGP Plan regulates discharges incidental to normal operations. Reporting requirements under the VGP Plan are for reportable quantities of substances as listed in Appendix A in 49 CFR 172.101, and does not cover marine pollutants. PHMSA data over the past 10 years contains just one record of a marine pollutant released on a vessel.2 Furthermore, that one incident involved a 55 gallon drum which would not be impacted by the proposed amendment. 2 Incident data can be accessed at https://hazmat online.phmsa.dot.gov/IncidentReportsSearch/. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 National Response Center (NRC) incident reporting since 2009 shows 415 initial reports to the NRC involving containership during that period. 78 of those reports involved leaking containers on deck, with 5 of the leaks reaching the water. Thirteen of those reports involved the loss of containers or pallets over the side. None of the incidents over the time period involved marine pollutants that would be excepted as a result of this final rule. committees of the International Maritime Organization prior to adoption into amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. The Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP) data assigns all dodecene isomers a B1 numerical rating of 4. This rating of 4 indicates acute aquatic toxicity, and thus merits inclusion of dodecene (all isomers) to the list of marine pollutants in Appendix B to § 172.101. Modification of Marine Pollutant List in Appendix B to § 172.101 In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed the addition of 62 new entries consistent with the IMDG Code and removing the entry ‘‘Chlorotoluenes (meta-;para-)’’ based on its removal from the IMDG Code. PHMSA received two comments from the ACC regarding our proposed addition of dodecene, to the list of marine pollutants. In its first comment, the ACC requests a 30 day extension of the comment period to better understand ‘‘dodecene’s place on other lists referenced in the proposed rule.’’ ACC notes that it would use the time to coordinate with industry to better understand the information contained in the dodecene Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) dossiers. PHMSA is denying the ACC’s request for a 30 day extension of the comment period for this rulemaking as the revision to include dodecene in the Marine Pollutant List is consistent with our standard practice of aligning Appendix B with the indicative list of marine pollutants found in the IMDG Code. In its second comment, the ACC notes that the use of the name ‘‘dodecene’’ in both the IMDG Code and PHMSA’s proposed rule makes it unclear exactly what substance is being regulated. When manufactured, dodecene may represent a number of Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) numbers and different chemical properties. In other words, this single description of dodecene may not reflect what ACC panel members currently manufacture and ship. The ACC also notes that the REACH registration of a close analog of dodecene, 1-dodecene/ dodec-1-ene, indicates that dodecene would not meet the criteria of a Marine Pollutant, as set forth in the PHMSA list, based on aquatic toxicity data. The REACH dossier indicates ‘‘conclusive but not sufficient for classification’’ on both acute and chronic environmental categories associated with this compound. The inclusion of all entries proposed for addition in the NPRM was thoroughly vetted by several sub- Adsorbed Gas HMT Entries In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to revise the Hazardous Materials Table (HMT) in § 172.101 to include seventeen new entries for adsorbed gases consistent with amendments adopted into the UN Model Regulations. We also proposed to add into the HMR a definition, authorized packagings, and safety requirements including quantity limitations and filling limits. PHMSA received three comments from COSTHA, DGAC, and Entegris noting that the entry for ‘‘Arsine, adsorbed’’ was not added to the HMT in the NPRM as intended. As a result, PHMSA is adding the entry ‘‘UN3522, Arsine, adsorbed’’ to the HMT. Entegris also provided comment suggesting that § 173.302c cannot be referenced in the HMT as a packaging instruction for bulk shipments of adsorbed gases, as there is no internationally accepted standard or authorization for bulk receptacles containing such gases. PHMSA agrees with the Entegris comment that bulk packagings for adsorbed gases are not presently authorized. As a result, PHMSA is revising Column (8C) of the HMT for the Adsorbed gas entries to indicate ‘‘None.’’ In addition, Entegris and COSTHA requested that PHMSA incorporate provisions for the use of DOT specification cylinders to transport adsorbed gasses. PHMSA agrees with the commenters that appropriate provisions for the use of DOT cylinders should be considered. However this action was not proposed in the NPRM. Continued transportation of adsorbed gases is provided for under the provisions of Special Permit 14237 and PHMSA will consider inclusion of DOT specification cylinder authorizations under a future rulemaking. PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 Lithium Battery Harmonization Proposals In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed harmonization with the latest version of the ICAO TI to ensure that the information currently authorized by the HMR, to be provided by means of an alternative document, be included on a shipping paper for batteries transported E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations under the provisions of § 173.185(c)(4)(v) which is equivalent to Section IB of ICAO TI Packing Instructions 965 and 968. PHMSA specifically requested input as to the costs and benefits of harmonizing the provisions of the HMR with the provisions of the ICAO TI by requiring shipping papers as opposed to alternative documentation. PHMSA received comments from UPS and Alaska Airlines concerning removal of the alternative document. UPS supported our proposed change to the documentation requirement for packages containing smaller lithium batteries transported in accordance with § 173.185(c)(4)(v). UPS also commented that the proposal to introduce a shipping paper requirement for shipments offered under § 173.185(c)(4)(v) could be interpreted to conflict with the statement in the preceding paragraph § 173.185(c) in that such shipments are excepted from the requirements in subparts C through H of part 172. UPS suggests that § 173.185(c) should be clarified in this regard. We agree clarification is warranted. Alaska Airlines commented that it would like to see increased harmonization between the HMR and the ICAO TI with regard to the documentation required while stating there is no reason to deviate from the ICAO TI. We agree, and note that the amendments proposed do provide for such consistency. Taking into account the comments from Alaska Airlines, PHMSA confirmed that the proposed amendments align with the requirements of the ICAO TI with regard to documentation. However, based on the comment from UPS, in this final rule PHMSA is revising § 173.185(c)(4)(v) as suggested by UPS for clarity. This editorial amendment will clarify that packages offered in accordance with § 173.185(c)(4)(v) are subject to the shipping paper requirements of subpart C of Part 172. In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed revision of § 173.185(c)(1)(iii) to harmonize with the latest version of the ICAO TI by providing the option to use a ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label or the existing HMR marking requirement on packages containing small lithium metal batteries excluding those packed with or contained in equipment. PHMSA received comments from UPS and COSTHA in support of the proposal. UPS commented that the provision in this paragraph excepting lithium metal cells or batteries packed with or contained in equipment in quantities ‘‘less than 5 kg net weight’’ from the § 173.185(c)(1)(iii) marking requirement differs slightly in wording VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 from the current ICAO TI and previous requirements of the HMR. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.185(c)(1)(iii) as proposed in the NPRM with an additional editorial revision to clarify that lithium metal cells or batteries packed with or contained in equipment in quantities ‘‘not exceeding’’ as opposed to ‘‘less than’’ 5 kg net weight are not subject to the marking or ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label requirement. This provides editorial consistency with the provisions of the ICAO TI. In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to amend the lithium battery requirements by authorizing use of a large packaging for a single large lithium battery or batteries contained in equipment. PHMSA received one comment from COSTHA in support of this proposal. Definition of Non-Bulk Packaging To harmonize with the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, in the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to amend the definition of non-bulk packaging in § 171.8 to include a bag or box having a capacity of greater than 450 liters (119 gallons) provided the net mass of the bag or box is 400 kg (882 pounds) or less. PHMSA received comments from Key Safety Systems, RIPA, TK Holdings Inc., and TRW Automotive in support of this proposal. However, RIPA conditioned their support on the presumption that the references to ‘‘bag’’ and ‘‘box’’ in the definition do limit users to all the conditions stipulated in subpart L of part 178. For example, the standard for each of the different bags provided in subpart L of part 178 imposes a maximum net mass limitation of 50 kg (110 pounds). PHMSA agrees that the text proposed in the revised definition of non-bulk packaging requiring the bag or box to conform to all applicable requirements for the specification packagings in subpart L of part 178 should be clarified and has revised the definition to include that the packaging may not exceed the maximum net mass limitation provided in subpart L of part 178. Vessel Stowage and Segregation Changes In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to revise and add vessel stowage codes listed in column 10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in § 176.83 consistent with the IMDG Code. These changes harmonize the HMR with the IMDG Code and provide additional guidance on the loading and stowage of various materials. Additionally, we proposed to increase the required segregation distances between Division 4.3 dangerous when wet material (i.e. PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1079 materials liable to give off a flammable or toxic gas in contact with water) and Class 3 flammable liquids and Division 2.1 flammable gases. PHMSA received a comment from IVODGA providing general support for this harmonization effort. V. Section-by-Section Review The following is a section-by-section review of the amendments adopted in this final rule: Part 171 Section 171.4 Section 171.4 prohibits the transportation of materials meeting the definition of a marine pollutant except in accordance with HMR requirements. Paragraph (c) provides that marine pollutants transported in non-bulk packagings are excepted from the HMR unless the transportation is by vessel. PHMSA is adding a new exception from the HMR for marine pollutants up to 5 L (1.3 gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 pounds) for solids when these materials are packaged in accordance with the general packaging requirements of §§ 173.24 and 173.24a. This amendment, applicable to all modes, exempts small packages of hazardous material from the HMR that are regulated only because of the presence of one or more marine pollutants. Comments received on this issue are discussed in detail in the Section IV ‘‘Comment Discussion’’ portion of this final rule. As a result of comments from DGAC, PHMSA is amending the exception in 171.4 to indicate that the use of the exception for single or inner packagings of 5 L or 5 kg or less is not limited to materials offered under the UN identification numbers UN 3077 and UN 3082, but also applies to marine pollutants that meet the definition of other hazard classes (i.e. paints or N.O.S. entries that meet the definition of more than one hazard class). Section 171.7 Section 171.7 provides a listing of all standards incorporated by reference into the HMR. For this rulemaking, we evaluated updated international consensus standards pertaining to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport quantity limitations, and vessel stowage requirements and determined that the revised standards provide an enhanced level of safety without imposing significant compliance burdens. These standards have a well-established and documented safety history and their adoption will maintain the high safety E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1080 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations standard currently achieved under the HMR. Therefore, we are adding and revising the incorporation by reference materials under the following organizations: Paragraph (s)(1) which incorporates the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material 1996 edition is revised to incorporate the SSR–6 2012 Edition. The SSR–6 2012 Edition is replacing TS–R–1 (ST–1, Revised) 1996 Edition to address concerns over domestic and international differences in the transport conditions applicable to shipments of excepted fissile materials, PHMSA is adding additional requirements to § 171.23 to ensure domestic concerns are addressed. Please see the discussion in the Section-by-Section Review under § 171.23 for a summary of changes. Paragraph (t)(1) which incorporates the International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, 2013–2014 Edition is revised to incorporate the 2015–2016 Edition. Paragraph (v)(2), which incorporates the International Maritime Organization International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code, 2012 Edition, Incorporating Amendment 36–12, English Edition, Volumes 1 and 2, is revised to incorporate the 2014 Edition, Amendment 37–14. In paragraph (w) various International Organization for Standardization (ISO) entries which contain standards for the specifications, design, construction, testing and use of gas cylinders are incorporated by reference. ISO 9809– 1:2010 (E), ISO 9809–2:2010 (E), ISO 9809–3:2010 (E), ISO 10297:1999 (E), ISO 11114–1:2012 (E), ISO 11117:1998(E), and ISO 11513:2011(E) are added. In paragraph (bb)(1), the Transport Canada, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, including Clear Language Amendments 1 through 7 subparagraphs (ix), (x), (xi), and (xii), are added to include Amendment 8 (SOR/ 2011–239) which was published on November 9, 2011; Amendment 9 (SOR/ 2011–60) published March 16, 2011; Amendment 10 (SOR/2011–210) published October 12, 2011; and Amendment 11 (SOR/2012–245) published December 5, 2012 respectively. In the preamble of our January 7, 2013 final rule (HM215–L [78 FR 987]) we indicated we were adopting Amendments 8, 9 and 10 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, however this adoption inadvertently did not appear in the published regulatory text. To correct this oversight, we are again including VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 the adoption of Amendments 8, 9 and 10, along with the adoption of the most recent, Amendment 11. Paragraph (dd)(1), the United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods— Model Regulations, 17th Revised Edition (2011), Volumes I and II, is revised to incorporate the 18th Revised Edition (2013), Volumes I and II. Paragraph (dd)(2), the United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods—Manual of Tests and Criteria, Fifth Revised Edition (2009), including Amendment 1 (2011), is revised to reference § 171.24, and subparagraph (iii) is added to incorporate Amendment 2 (2013). Section 171.8 This section defines terms generally used throughout the HMR that have broad or multi-modal applicability. PHMSA is adding the following defined terms: Adsorbed gas: The adoption of this term directs the reader to § 173.115 for the definition. See the § 173.115 entry of the Section-by-Section Review for a complete discussion of the adoption of the definition of adsorbed gas. Bundle of cylinders: Consistent with the ICAO TI, PHMSA is amending this definition to clarify that a ‘‘bundle of cylinders’’ is not permitted for air transport. Large salvage packaging: Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is defining a large salvage packaging. A large salvage packaging is a special packaging into which damaged, defective or leaking hazardous materials packages, or hazardous materials that have spilled or leaked are placed for the purpose of transport for recovery or disposal. The general requirements for a large salvage packaging are consistent with the existing requirements for a ‘‘large packaging.’’ Large salvage packagings are not authorized for air transport. PHMSA received a comment from RIPA providing general support for the addition of this definition. Neutron radiation detector: Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is defining a neutron radiation detector. A neutron radiation detector is a device that detects neutron radiation. In such a device, a gas may be contained in a hermetically sealed electron tube transducer that converts neutron radiation into a measurable electric signal. Non-bulk packaging: Part 6 of the UN Model regulations was revised to remove the volumetric limit for certain packaging types that would be PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 considered non-bulk packagings under the HMR. This was based on recognition by the UN Transport of Dangerous Goods Sub-Committee that there are packagings suitable for the transportation of high volume, low mass materials (e.g., airbags) where the capacity of a box may exceed 450 liters (119 gallons) while the net mass of the box is less than 400 kg (882 pounds). Absent a corresponding amendment to the HMR, U.S. manufacturers and shippers would be placed at a competitive disadvantage by not being authorized to use the same packaging configurations other than as authorized for use by Part 171 Subpart C (use of international transport standards and regulations). Therefore, to maintain consistency with the UN Model Regulations, and to authorize the use of these packaging configurations for domestic transport, PHMSA is revising the HMR definition of non-bulk packaging by adding a new paragraph (4) to include bags and boxes conforming to the applicable requirements for specification packagings in subpart L of part 178 of this subchapter, if they have a maximum net mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) or less. Based on our review of the UN Model Regulations, these are the only packagings affected by the UN amendment, as only bags and boxes do not have specified volumetric limitations. PHMSA received comments from Key Safety Systems, RIPA, TK Holdings Inc., and TRW Automotive in support of this proposal. However, RIPA conditioned their support on the presumption that the references to ‘‘bag’’ and ‘‘box’’ in the definition do limit users to all the conditions stipulated in subpart L of part 178. For example, the standard for each of the different bags provided in subpart L of part 178 imposes a maximum net mass limitation of 50 kg (110 pounds). PHMSA believes that the text proposed in the revised definition of non-bulk packaging requiring the bag or box to conform to all applicable requirements for the specification packagings in subpart L or part 178 is clear in requiring the bags and boxes to completely conform to the specification, including the questioned maximum net mass limitation of 50 kg (110 pounds) for bags. Radiation Detection System: Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is defining a radiation detection system. A radiation detection system is an apparatus that contains radiation detectors as components. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations Section 171.23 Section 171.23 prescribes requirements for specific materials and packagings transported under various international standards. Section 171.22(b)(2) requires shipments made in accordance with an authorized international standard or regulation to conform to all applicable requirements of Subpart C of Part 171 which includes any requirements found in § 171.23. Paragraph (b)(2) of this section requires the shipping paper description of items such as air bag inflators, air bag modules, and seat-belt pretensioners to conform to the requirements in § 173.166(c). Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is revising the proper shipping name of these items to read ‘‘Safety device,’’ with the addition of the term ‘‘pyromechanical device’’ being included as a ‘‘Safety device.’’ Paragraph (b)(2) is being revised to reference the new proper shipping name, ‘‘Safety device’’ and the new term ‘‘pyromechanical device.’’ As a consequence of the addition of the proper shipping name ‘‘Safety devices, pyrotechnic,’’ and special provision 161 being removed, paragraph (b)(2)(ii) is removed. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC concerning paragraph (b)(2)(i). Paragraph (b)(2)(i) states that an EX number or product code number must be included as part of the shipping description. DGAC notes that safety devices tested and certified as Class 9 in accordance with § 173.166(b) do not require EX numbers and that the wording in this paragraph is confusing as it conveys that all safety devices require either an EX number or product code in association with the basic description on a shipping paper. We agree with DGAC that the EX number or product code shipping paper requirements when offering under international standards in accordance with § 171.23(b) may be confusing when compared to the corresponding domestic requirements in § 173.166(c) that only require the EX number or product code on a shipping paper for safety devices classed as Class 1, but excepts Class 9 safety devices from this requirement. Taking into account the comments from DGAC, in this final rule, PHMSA is removing § 171.23(b)(2)(i) as the preceding paragraph (b)(2) requires that for each safety device, the shipping paper description must conform to the requirements in § 173.166(c). By removing (b)(2)(i) and directing readers to the EX number and product code requirements prescribed in § 173.166(c), any potential conflict between the two sections is removed. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Paragraph (b)(11) of this section prescribes additional requirements for shipments of radioactive materials made under authorized international standards or regulations. PHMSA is incorporating by reference the 2012 IAEA SSR–6 regulations to replace the TS–R–1 (ST–1, Revised) 1996 Edition to allow shipments to be offered for transportation or transported under the most recent IAEA regulations. Several changes to the definition of excepted fissile materials and the requirements for its transport were adopted by the IAEA. Under their respective statutory authorities, DOT and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) jointly regulate the transportation of radioactive materials to, from, and within the United States. The NRC has not initiated any rulemaking activities to address changes made by the IAEA regarding the transportation of excepted fissile materials. In order to maintain uniform treatment for shippers of excepted fissile materials, PHMSA is amending § 171.23 to require that shipments of excepted fissile materials offered in accordance with the IAEA SSR–6 regulations must also conform to the requirements of § 173.453. Section 171.24 Section 171.24 details additional requirements for the use of the ICAO TI. PHMSA is amending the marking requirement for packages containing primary lithium batteries and cells that meet the exceptions in paragraph (d)(1)(ii). Packages meeting these exceptions currently are required to be marked with an indication that they contain lithium batteries, and that these lithium batteries are forbidden for transport aboard passenger aircraft. PHMSA is making this change to allow the message that these batteries are forbidden for transport aboard passenger aircraft to be expressed through the current marking or by using a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label as shown in § 172.448. Section 171.25 Section 171.25 details additional requirements for the use of the IMDG Code. PHMSA is amending the marking requirement for packages containing primary lithium batteries and cells that meet the exceptions in § 173.185(c) in paragraph (b)(3). Packages meeting these exceptions currently are required to be marked with an indication that they contain lithium batteries, and that these lithium batteries are forbidden for transport aboard passenger aircraft. PHMSA is proposing to allow the message that these batteries are forbidden for transport aboard passenger PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1081 aircraft to be expressed through the current marking or by using a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label as shown in § 172.448. Part 172 Section 172.101 Section 172.101 provides instructions for using the Hazardous Materials Table (HMT) and the HMT itself. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the instructional text that precedes the HMT for paragraph (k) of this section. Paragraph (k) of § 172.101 explains the purpose of column (10) of the HMT and prescribes the vessel stowage and segregation requirements for specific entries in the HMT. Column (10) is divided into two columns: column (10A) [Vessel stowage] specifies the authorized stowage locations on board cargo and passenger vessels and column (10B) [Other provisions] specifies special stowage and segregation provisions. PHMSA is amending this instructional text to note that the codes in column 10B address not only codes for stowage requirements, but also, in certain instances, handling requirements that need to be observed during loading of the hazardous materials. The IMO, in amendment 37– 14 of the IMDG Code, has split their stowage and segregation column (16) in the dangerous goods list into two columns and assigned codes to the existing stowage, handling, and segregation text. The new first column (16a) in the IMDG Code is entitled stowage and handling, and the second column (16b) is titled segregation. PHMSA is maintaining the HMR’s current column 10A and 10B system, with text in this section and § 176.84 indicating that handling/loading of hazardous materials is also covered by certain codes in column 10B. See Section 176.84 other requirements for stowage, cargo handling, and segregation for cargo vessels and passenger vessels for a detailed discussion of changes. Hazardous Materials Table (HMT) In this final rule, PHMSA is proposing to amend the HMT. Readers should review all changes for a complete understanding of the amendments. For purposes of the Government Printing Office’s typesetting procedures, changes to the HMT appear under three sections of the Table, ‘‘remove,’’ ‘‘add,’’ and ‘‘revise.’’ Certain entries in the HMT, such as those with revisions to the proper shipping names, appear as a ‘‘remove’’ and ‘‘add.’’ Amendments to the HMT include the following: E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1082 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 New HMT Entries UN3507—Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile or fissile-excepted This new HMT entry addresses small quantities of uranium hexafluoride having corrosive properties by assigning the material to Class 8 with a subsidiary risk of Class 7, since this is more consistent with the general rule of classification of radioactive material in limited quantities possessing other hazards per § 173.423. Shipments must comply with new special provision 369 and requirements found in § 173.420(d). PHMSA received one comment from Veolia requesting that the proper shipping name be amended to read ‘‘Radioactive material, uranium hexafluoride, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile or fissile excepted’’ in order to maintain the listing of all radioactive material proper shipping names in a manner that they appear in succession in the HMT. PHMSA is maintaining the proper shipping name as proposed for the purpose of international harmonization of shipping descriptions. It is important to note that the primary hazard indicated in the HMT and all applicable international dangerous goods lists is a Class 8 hazard. As such, there is no need to amend the proper shipping name to maintain a sequential list of all entries having a Class 7 primary hazard. UN3508—Capacitor, asymmetric with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3Wh This new HMT entry covers asymmetric capacitors with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh. Asymmetric capacitors are assigned as a Class 9 miscellaneous hazardous material. UN3510—Adsorbed gas, flammable, n.o.s. UN3511—Adsorbed gas, n.o.s. UN3512—Adsorbed gas, toxic, n.o.s. UN3513—Adsorbed gas, oxidizing, n.o.s. UN3514—Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. UN3515—Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s. UN3516—Adsorbed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s. UN3517—Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s. UN3518—Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s. UN3519—Boron trifluoride, adsorbed UN3520—Chlorine, adsorbed UN3521—Silicon tetrafluoride, adsorbed UN3522—Arsine, adsorbed UN3523—Germane, adsorbed VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 UN3524—Phosphorus pentafluoride, adsorbed UN3525—Phosphine, adsorbed UN3526—Hydrogen selenide, adsorbed The ‘‘Adsorbed gas’’ HMT entries are added to address shipments of gas, which when packaged for transport, are adsorbed onto a solid porous material in a pressure receptacle. Entries classified as Division 2.3 gases are forbidden for transport by aircraft. PHMSA received three comments from COSTHA, DGAC, and Entegris noting that the entry for ‘‘Arsine, adsorbed’’ was not added to the HMT in the NPRM as intended. As a result, in this final rule PHMSA is adding the entry ‘‘UN3522, Arsine, adsorbed’’ to the HMT. Entegris also provided a comment suggesting that § 173.302c cannot be referenced in the HMT as a packaging instruction for bulk shipments of adsorbed gases, as there is no internationally accepted standard or authorization for bulk receptacles containing such gases. PHMSA agrees with the Entegris comment that bulk packagings for adsorbed gases are not presently authorized. As a result, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising Column (8C) of the HMT for the Adsorbed gas entries to indicate ‘‘None.’’ . Duplicate entries for UN0214 Trinitrobenzene, dry or wetted with less than 30 percent water, by mass currently exist in the HMT; while the UN1354 entry has been inadvertently overwritten by one of these UN0214 entries in an unidentified previous rulemaking. PHMSA is removing one of the duplicate UN0214 entries, and reinserting the correct UN1354 entry. Amendments to the Column (1) Symbols Section 172.101(b) describes column (1) of the HMT and the associated symbols that may be indicated in the column. In accordance with § 172.101(b), the symbol ‘‘G’’ identifies proper shipping names for which one or more technical names of the hazardous material must be entered in parentheses in association with the basic description on a shipping paper. The symbol ‘‘I’’ indicates these proper shipping names are appropriate for describing materials in international transportation, but that an alternate proper shipping name may be selected when only domestic transportation is involved. The letter ‘‘A’’ denotes a material that is subject to the requirements of this subchapter only when offered or intended for transportation by aircraft, unless the material is a hazardous substance or a hazardous waste. In this final rule, PHMSA is adding international proper shipping names for ‘‘Asbestos, amphibole (amosite, PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, crocidolite)’’ and ‘‘Asbestos, chrysotile,’’ and removing shipping descriptions for Blue, Brown, and White Asbestos. These new international proper shipping names for ‘‘Asbestos, amphibole’’ and ‘‘Asbestos, chrysotile’’ have an ‘‘I’’ assigned in column one. PHMSA is also assigning a ‘‘G’’ to the ‘‘Asbestos, amphibole’’ entry. The ‘‘G’’ indicates that the technical name(s) of the hazardous material must be entered in parentheses, in association with the basic description. In the case of this proper shipping name, the technical name shown should be selected from the list of five different minerals (amosite, tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, crocidolite) indicated in italics after the proper shipping name. See the amendments to column (2) of the HMT for additional discussion regarding the revision of the proper shipping names for these entries. In this final rule PHMSA is assigning an ‘‘A’’ to column 1 for ‘‘Fish meal, stabilized or Fish scrap, stabilized’’ consistent with changes made to the ICAO TI. PHMSA received one comment from Alaska Airlines supporting the assignment of an ‘‘A’’ to column one for this material. Amendments to the Column (2) Hazardous Materials Descriptions and Proper Shipping Names Section 172.101(c) describes column (2) of the HMT and the requirements for hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names. In the NPRM, the proper shipping name for ‘‘UN0222, Ammonium nitrate, with more than 0.2 percent combustible substances, including any organic substance calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any other added substance’’ was proposed to be amended by removing the italicized text and placing the text into the new special provision 370. PHMSA received one comment from IME stating that the NPRM did not provide an adequate explanation to justify why the UN SubCommittee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UNSCETDG) recommends this change. IME provides several reasons that this amendment should not be adopted. IME notes that while the italicized text is not ‘‘lost’’ when placed in the new special provision 370, the absence of the text from the proper shipping name will add to confusion about this form of ammonium nitrate as UN0222 is one of six classifications of solid ammonium nitrate. Of the six, only UN0222 and NA0331 are Class 1 entries and all of these entries have been distinguished from each other by italicized text. IME E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations further notes there was no proposal to remove clarifying italicized text from other entries. A review of the change to the UN Model Regulations revealed that the italicized text assigned to the proper shipping name for UN0222 was removed to resolve a potential contradiction with the new special provision 370 assigned to UN0222. The qualifying italicized text associated with this entry applies to materials with more than 0.2 percent combustible substances; however, special provision 370 provides that Ammonium nitrate with not more than 0.2% combustible substances that give a positive result when tested in accordance with Test Series 2 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria must also be assigned to UN0222. In this scenario, a user of the HMT with a material containing less than 0.2 percent combustible substances (see UN1942) may not be immediately aware that UN0222 should be used if the material simultaneously gives a positive result when tested in accordance with Test Series 2. By moving the italicized text from the proper shipping name to the special provision this contradiction is avoided by providing instruction for Ammonium nitrate containing both more than, and less than 0.2 percent combustible substances. Following the review PHMSA determined that any minor contradiction that may exist between maintaining the qualifying text as part of the proper shipping name or in the special provision is negligible. We agree with the comment submitted by IME that retaining the italicized text in association with the proper shipping name does have a benefit, and as such, we are retaining the italicized text ‘‘with more than 0.2 percent combustible substances, including any organic substance calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any other added substance’’ as part of the proper shipping name. The proper shipping name for ‘‘UN1942, Ammonium nitrate, with not more than 0.2% combustible materials, including any organic substance, calculated as carbon to the exclusion of any other added substance’’ is amended by replacing the word ‘‘materials’’ in italicized text with ‘‘substances’’ and the comma following ‘‘substance’’ is placed after the word ‘‘carbon.’’ Due to the present placement of the comma in the description for the two ammonium nitrate entries, the 0.2% combustible materials/substances are measured differently. This amendment ensures that the 0.2% combustible level is calculated as carbon in the case of organic substances. PHMSA received VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 one comment from DGAC noting that the entry in the proposed HMT contained italicized text inconsistent with the amendment discussed in the NPRM (79 FR 50750). We agree and are correcting the italicized text as part of the proper shipping name consistent with the NPRM preamble discussion. Two new proper shipping names ‘‘Asbestos, amphibole (amosite, tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, crocidolite)’’ and ‘‘Asbestos, chrysotile’’ are assigned to identification numbers UN2212 and UN2590, respectively. These new proper shipping names more appropriately describe the material than the present ‘‘UN2212, Blue asbestos (Crocidolite) or Brown asbestos (amosite, mysorite)’’ and ‘‘UN2590, White asbestos (chrysotile, actinolite, anthophyllite, tremolite).’’ In the scientific community, Asbestos is divided into two chemical group names, ‘‘Amphiboles’’ and ‘‘Chrysotile’’. The amphibole group includes five different minerals (amosite, tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, crocidolite). The chrysotile group includes only the mineral chrysotile. The proper shipping name for ‘‘UN3499, Capacitor, electric double layer (with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh)’’ is amended by placing the phrase ‘‘electric double layer’’ in Roman type. This amendment is necessary to differentiate this HMT entry from the new HMT entry, Capacitor, asymmetric. A new proper shipping name ‘‘Safety devices, electrically initiated’’ is assigned to identification number UN3268. Current proper shipping names assigned to UN3268 are ‘‘Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seatbelt pretensioners.’’ The adopted proper shipping name more appropriately describes materials authorized under this HMT entry in conjunction with the revision to special provision 160 to include a number of automotive industry life-saving appliances that are actuated by the electric signal of the crash sensor. A new proper shipping name of ‘‘Safety devices, pyrotechnic’’ is assigned to identification number UN0503. The current proper shipping names assigned to UN0503 are ‘‘Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seatbelt pretensioners.’’ The adopted proper shipping name more appropriately describes Class 1 materials authorized under this HMT entry. PHMSA received a comment from COSTHA noting that stocks of these materials are well into the millions, and therefore they requested that PHMSA identify a transition period during which the previous proper shipping PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1083 names may continue to be used in association with the relevant UN number. COSTHA believes a 1-year transition (until January 1, 2016) would be sufficient to re-mark packages already in the supply chain. PHMSA notes that this final rule provides for a one year delayed compliance date from the date of publication. It is also important to note that § 172.101(l)(ii) provides for the ability to use preprinted shipping papers and package markings, until depleted or for a one year period, subsequent to the effective date of a rulemaking change, whichever is less. The proper shipping name for ‘‘UN1082, Trifluorochloroethylene, stabilized’’ is amended by adding ‘‘Refrigerant gas R 1113’’ as an alternative proper shipping name for consistency with the dangerous goods lists of the various international standards and the HMT of the HMR. The adopted proper shipping name for UN1082 is ‘‘Trifluorochloroethylene, stabilized or Refrigerant gas R 1113’’. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that this entry is not listed in the proposed HMT under the ‘‘REMOVE’’ instruction; however, the new entry is listed under the ‘‘ADD’’ instruction. As a result, in this final rule, PHMSA is adding ‘‘UN1082, Trifluorochloroethylene, stabilized’’ to the entries under ‘‘REMOVE’’ in the instructions to amend the HMT. This will correct the regulatory instruction for amending the proper shipping name. Amendments to Column (5) Packing Group Section 172.101(f) describes Column (5) of the HMT and the designation of the packing group(s) assigned to each proper shipping name. For the entries ‘‘UN3316, Chemical kits’’ and ‘‘UN3316, First aid kits’’ the Packing Groups II and III designations are adopted. The assignment of packing groups to these entries are not a new requirement; however, including packing group assignments in the HMT will ensure that shippers are aware that the most stringent packing group must be assigned to any individual substance in the kit in accordance with § 173.161(b)(2). PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that the Packing Group III designation for ‘‘UN3316, First aid kits’’ was not added to the HMT. In this final rule, we are adding the Packing Group III entry to the HMT accordingly. The HMT entries for several articles are revised to remove packing group assignments. For articles, the packing group does not relate to the degree of hazard posed by the material but rather is assigned generically to the article. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1084 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations There is limited value in requiring an indication of the packing group in association with the shipment. Currently and without specific rationale, some articles are assigned packing groups while others are not. This change provides a level of consistency for all articles specifically listed in the HMT. In this final rule, PHMSA is removing packing group assignments from the following HMT entries: Proper shipping name UN No. Ammunition, tear-producing, non-explosive, without burster or expelling charge, non-fuzed ................................................................ Ammunition, toxic, non-explosive, without burster or expelling charge, non-fuzed ................................................................................ Batteries, containing sodium ................................................................................................................................................................... Batteries, wet, filled with acid, electric storage ....................................................................................................................................... Batteries, wet, filled with alkali, electric storage ...................................................................................................................................... Batteries, wet, non-spillable, electric storage .......................................................................................................................................... Lithium ion batteries including lithium ion polymer batteries .................................................................................................................. Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment including lithium ion polymer batteries ............................................................................ Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment including lithium ion polymer batteries ............................................................................ Lithium metal batteries including lithium alloy batteries .......................................................................................................................... Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment including lithium alloy batteries ................................................................................... Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment including lithium alloy batteries ................................................................................... Mercury contained in manufactured articles ........................................................................................................................................... Oxygen generator, chemical (including when contained in associated equipment, e.g., passenger service units (PSUs), portable breathing equipment (PBE), etc) ......................................................................................................................................................... Safety devices, electrically initiated * ...................................................................................................................................................... Tear gas candles ..................................................................................................................................................................................... UN2017 UN2016 UN3292 UN2794 UN2795 UN2800 UN3480 UN3481 UN3481 UN3090 UN3091 UN3091 UN3506 UN3356 UN3268 UN1700 * See amendments to Column 2 PHMSA received comment from DGAC noting that for UN2794, UN2795, and UN2800, the Column (5) packing group assignments were removed in the HMT but not discussed in the NPRM preamble. The entries for these articles have been added to the above table for clarity. Amendments to the Column (7) Special Provisions Section 172.101(h) describes Column (7) of the HMT and § 172.102(c) the special provisions assigned to specific entries in the HMT. The particular modifications to the entries in the HMT are discussed below. See Section 172.102 special provisions for a detailed discussion of the additions, revisions, and deletions to the special provisions addressed in this final rule. In this final rule, special provision 134 is added to the HMT entry ‘‘UN3072, Life-saving appliances, not self-inflating containing dangerous goods as equipment.’’ The addition of this special provision will clarify that equipment containing only lithium batteries must be consigned under the entries ‘‘Lithium batteries contained in equipment’’ or ‘‘Lithium batteries packed with equipment,’’ as appropriate. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting for the entry ‘‘UN2990, Life-Saving Appliances, Self Inflating,’’ that ‘‘Special Provision 338 is missing from Column 7 in the proposed HMT.’’ This was an inadvertent omission. Special provision 338 has been reestablished. Several HMT entries are revised to include new special provision 367. Special provision 367 authorizes the use of the ‘‘Paint related material’’ entries for consignments of packages containing ‘‘Paint’’ and ‘‘Paint related material’’ in the same package. This special provision also authorizes the proper shipping name ‘‘Printing ink related material’’ for consignments of packages containing ‘‘Printing Ink’’ and ‘‘Printing ink related material’’ in the same package. In this final rule, new special provision 367 is assigned to the following entries: Proper shipping name UN No. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Paint including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac solutions, varnish, polish, liquid filler, and liquid lacquer base .......................... Paint or Paint related material ................................................................................................................................................................. Paint, corrosive, flammable (including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac solutions, varnish, polish, liquid filler, and liquid lacquer base) .................................................................................................................................................................................................... Paint, flammable, corrosive, (including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and liquid lacquer base) .... Paint related material including paint thinning, drying, removing, or reducing compound ..................................................................... Paint related material corrosive, flammable (including paint thinning or reducing compound) .............................................................. Paint related material, flammable, corrosive (including paint thinning or reducing compound) ............................................................. Printing ink, flammable or Printing ink related material (including printing ink thinning or reducing compound), flammable ................ PHMSA received one comment from DGAC regarding the UN1210 PG II entry in the proposed HMT. DGAC noted that 367 inserted before 149 in Column (7) and is in non-sequential order. We agree and have amended the entry accordingly. In this final rule, we are adding new special provision 368 to the HMT entry ‘‘UN2910, Radioactive material, VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 excepted package-limited quantity of material.’’ In this final rule, new special provision 369 is assigned to the new HMT entry ‘‘UN3507, Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile or fissile-excepted.’’ In this final rule, new special provision 370 is assigned to the HMT entry ‘‘UN0222, Ammonium nitrate.’’ PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 UN1263 UN3066 UN3470 UN3469 UN1263 UN3470 UN3469 UN1210 This special provision addresses a situation where Ammonium Nitrate, with not more than 0.2% carbon, does not satisfy Test Series 2 and therefore cannot be accommodated under the entry for ‘‘UN1942, Ammonium nitrate.’’ In this final rule, new special provision 371 is assigned to the HMT entry ‘‘UN3164, Articles, pressurized E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations pneumatic or hydraulic containing nonflammable gas.’’ In this final rule, special provision IB6 is replaced with IB8 and special provisions IP2, and IP4 are added for the HMT Packing Group III entry ‘‘UN3089, Metal powders, flammable, n.o.s.’’ IB8 is presently assigned to the Packing Group II entry, therefore, fiberboard, wooden and flexible IBCs are allowed for the Packing Group II materials, but are forbidden for the less dangerous Packing Group III substance. These revisions will correct the inconsistency. In this final rule, new special provision A61 is assigned to the HMT entries ‘‘UN 3107, Organic peroxide type E, liquid’’ and ‘‘UN 3109, Organic peroxide type F, liquid’’ Several HMT entries are revised to include new portable tank special provision TP47. Special provision TP47 indicates that the 2.5 year internal portable tank examination may be waived or substituted by other test methods or inspection procedures specified by the competent authority or its authorized body, provided that the portable tank is dedicated to the transport of the organometallic. However, this examination is required when the conditions of § 180.605(f) are met. In this NPRM, new special provision TP47 is assigned to the following entries: Proper shipping name Organometallic Organometallic Organometallic Organometallic Organometallic Organometallic Organometallic substance, substance, substance, substance, substance, substance, substance, mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Amendments to Column (8B) Non-Bulk Packaging Authorizations. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that for the entry ‘‘UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,’’ 231 is listed in is listed in Column (8B) in the changes to the proposed HMT. DGAC notes that packaging authorization 214 is present in Column (8B) in the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR. Although this revision was VerDate Sep<11>2014 UN No. liquid, pyrophoric, water-reactive ................................................................................................................. liquid, water-reactive .................................................................................................................................... liquid, water-reactive, flammable ................................................................................................................. solid, pyrophoric, water-reactive .................................................................................................................. solid, water-reactive ..................................................................................................................................... solid, water-reactive, flammable .................................................................................................................. solid, water-reactive, self-heating ................................................................................................................ PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that for the entry ‘‘UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,’’ IB2 and TP32 are listed in Column (7) in the changes to the proposed HMR. DGAC notes that ‘‘these special provisions are not present in Column (7) in the 10–1–13 version of the HMR.’’ Although the addition of IB2 to Column (7) was not described in the amendments to Column (7) of the NPRM, this revision was intentional. PHMSA is aligning with international standards to add IBCs as an authorized packaging for UN3375. In the NPRM, portable tank special provision TP32 was inadvertently added to this HMT entry in error. While this portable tank special provision was assigned to UN3375 in the UN Model Regulations and the IMDG Code, the HMR do not authorize UN3375 in portable tanks and therefore a portable tank special provision is not appropriate. In this final rule, for the entry UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,’’ PHMSA is adding special provisions IB2, IP16, and removing TP32 as proposed in the NPRM. New special provision IP16 is described in the Section 172.102 special provisions discussion for IBC Codes and IP Codes. 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 not described in the amendments to Column (8B) of the NPRM, the revision from 231 to 214 was intentional as discussed in the section-by-section review of § 173.231 (79 FR 50764). Amendments to Column (8C) Bulk Packaging Authorizations. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that for the entry ‘‘UN 3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,’’ 231 is listed in Column (8C) in the changes to the proposed HMT. The UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transportation of Dangerous Goods added authorizations for certain IBCs in the UN Model regulations for UN 3375. This authorization necessitates the incorporation of a bulk packaging authorization for this HMT entry. In this final rule PHMSA is creating a new § 173.251 and assigning it to column (8C) for this entry to authorize the use of IBC’s. Amendments to the Column (9) Quantity Limitations. Section 172.101(j) describes Column (9) of the HMT and the quantity limitations for specific entries in the HMT. Furthermore, Columns (9A) and (9B) specify the maximum quantities that may be offered for transportation in one package by passenger-carrying aircraft or passenger-carrying rail car (Column (9A) or by cargo-only aircraft (Column (9B). The indication of ‘‘forbidden’’ means the material may not be offered for transportation or transported in the applicable mode of transport. For the entry ‘‘UN3497, Krill meal’’ quantity limits of 15 kg and 50 kg for PG II, and 25 kg and 100 kg for PG III, are PO 00000 Frm 00011 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1085 UN3394 UN3398 UN3399 UN3393 UN3395 UN3396 UN3397 adopted for columns (9A) and (9B) respectively. Previously, there was no limit to the amount authorized to be shipped in one package. These new quantity limits are consistent with authorized quantity limits found in the ICAO TI. At the 24th meeting the ICAO DGP, it was agreed to incorporate certain UN numbers contained in the UN Model Regulations, but not currently listed in the ICAO TI. For the entries ‘‘UN2216, Fish meal, stabilized or Fish scrap, stabilized,’’ and ‘‘UN1374 Fish meal, unstabilized or Fish scrap, unstabilized’’ the panel determined that they should be forbidden for transport on both cargo and passenger aircraft. In this final rule, PHMSA is aligning with the ICAO TI by revising columns (9A) and (9B) to ‘‘Forbidden.’’ PHMSA received one comment from Alaska Airlines in support of this revision. DGAC commented that for the HMT entry ‘‘UN3221, Self-reactive liquid type B,’’ columns (9A) and (9B) in the current HMT contain a (2) footnote, and that in the NPRM, PHMSA proposed revising these limitations to indicate ‘‘Forbidden’’ without any preamble discussion. This entry was revised in a Federal Register correction document (78 FR 17874), but due to a publication error was not transitioned into the printed or electronic versions of the CFR. In this rulemaking PHMSA is reinstating the correct quantity limitation notation of ‘‘Forbidden’’ in columns 9A and 9B for this entry. Amendments to the Column (10) Vessel Stowage Requirements. Section 172.101(k) explains the purpose of column (10) of the HMT and E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1086 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations prescribes the vessel stowage and segregation requirements for specific entries in the HMT. Column (10) is divided into two columns: column (10A) [Vessel stowage] specifies the authorized stowage locations on board cargo and passenger vessels and column (10B) [Other provisions] specifies special stowage and segregation provisions. The IMO, in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code, split their stowage and segregation column (16) in the dangerous goods list into two columns and assigned codes to the existing stowage, handling, and segregation text. The new first column (16a) in the IMDG Code is titled stowage and handling, and the second column (16b) is titled segregation. PHMSA is maintaining the HMT’s current column (10A) and (10B), while also harmonizing our vessel stowage codes in columns (10A) and (10B) as closely as possible with those in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. There are several instances where PHMSA is maintaining additional codes (see UN numbers 0019, 0020, 0021, 0301, 0303, 1017, 1131, 1389, 1392, 1420, 1422, 1780, 1942, 1950, 2679, 2912, 3015, 3071, 3101–3106, 3108– 3110, 3242, 3323, and 3497) that vary from IMDG Code stowage and segregation requirements. These additional stowage and segregation provisions vary by UN number, but are considered additional precautions deemed necessary to ensure the safe transport of these commodities during transportation by vessel. During the preparation of the NPRM and final rule, PHMSA and the United States Coast Guard conducted an extensive review of all HMT entries to verify that domestic entries correspond as closely as possible with the provisions found in the IMDG Code. PHMSA is making numerous changes to mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Proper shipping name 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00012 Proposed removals UN ID No. Aircraft hydraulic power unit fuel tank ................................................................................. Acrylamide, solid .................................................................................................................. Acrylamide solution .............................................................................................................. Aldol ..................................................................................................................................... Alkali metal alloys, liquid, n.o.s. .......................................................................................... Alkali metal amalgam, liquid ................................................................................................ Alkali metal amalgam, solid ................................................................................................. Alkali metal amides .............................................................................................................. Alkali metal dispersions, flammable or Alkaline earth metal dispersions, flammable ......... Alkali metal dispersions, or Alkaline earth metal dispersions ............................................. Alkaline earth metal alloys, n.o.s. ........................................................................................ Alkaline earth metal amalgams, liquid ................................................................................. Alkaline earth metal amalgams, solid .................................................................................. Allyl chloroformate ............................................................................................................... Aluminum borohydride or Aluminum borohydride in devices .............................................. Aluminum carbide ................................................................................................................ Aluminum ferrosilicon powder (PG II and III) ...................................................................... Aluminum hydride ................................................................................................................ Aluminum phosphide ........................................................................................................... Aluminum powder, coated (PG II and III) ............................................................................ Aluminum powder, uncoated (PG II and III) ........................................................................ Aluminum silicon powder, uncoated .................................................................................... Aluminum smelting by-products or Aluminum remelting by-products (PG II and III) .......... N-Aminoethylpiperazine ....................................................................................................... Aminopyridines (o-; m-; p-) .................................................................................................. Ammonium nitrate based fertilizer ....................................................................................... Ammonium nitrate, liquid ..................................................................................................... Ammonium nitrate ................................................................................................................ Ammonium polysulfide, solution (PG II and III) ................................................................... Ammonium sulfide solution .................................................................................................. Anisoyl chloride .................................................................................................................... Antimony pentafluoride ........................................................................................................ Arsenic bromide ................................................................................................................... Barium .................................................................................................................................. Barium alloys, pyrophoric .................................................................................................... Barium azide, wetted ........................................................................................................... Barium peroxide ................................................................................................................... Batteries, containing sodium ............................................................................................... Beryllium, powder ................................................................................................................ Boron tribromide .................................................................................................................. Boron trifluoride dihydrate ................................................................................................... Boron trifluoride dimethyl etherate ...................................................................................... Bromoform ........................................................................................................................... Bromine ................................................................................................................................ Bromine solutions (both PG I entries) ................................................................................. Bromobenzyl cyanides, liquid .............................................................................................. VerDate Sep<11>2014 the codes found in the HMT’s column (10B) [Other provisions] as a result of this review. The majority of the changes are a result of work done at the IMO to eliminate duplicate and unnecessary provisions. Some of the proposed changes to column (10B) are adopted to harmonize existing differences in stowage, handling, and segregation provisions between the HMR and the IMDG Code. A table of changes, listed in alphabetical order, showing the proper shipping name, UN identification number, any stowage codes adopted for removal, and any stowage codes adopted for addition is provided below. If a column is blank, no changes were adopted. The meaning of the codes in column (10B) can be found either in § 176.84 or are listed in the § 176.84 Section-by-Section change portion of this final rule. 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........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 106 ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 13, 148 13, 148 25 25 25 25 57 ................................ 13, 148 21, 100 122 122 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 UN1869 ........................ 13, 147, 148 UN ID No. Bromobenzyl cyanides, solid ............................................................................................... tert-Butyl hypochlorite .......................................................................................................... Butyl mercaptan ................................................................................................................... 5-tert-Butyl-2,4,6-trinitro-m-xylene or Musk xylene ............................................................. Butyric acid .......................................................................................................................... Calcium ................................................................................................................................ Calcium carbide (PG I and II) .............................................................................................. Calcium cyanamide with more than 0.1 percent of calcium carbide .................................. Calcium hydride ................................................................................................................... Calcium manganese silicon ................................................................................................. Calcium peroxide ................................................................................................................. Calcium phosphide .............................................................................................................. Calcium, pyrophoric or Calcium alloys, pyrophoric ............................................................. Calcium silicide (PG II and III .............................................................................................. Carbon, activated ................................................................................................................. Carbon (PG II and III) .......................................................................................................... Castor beans or Castor meal or Castor pomace or Castor flake ....................................... Cerium, slabs, ingots, or rods ............................................................................................. Cerium, turnings or gritty powder ........................................................................................ Cesium or Caesium ............................................................................................................. Chloroacetonitrile ................................................................................................................. Chloroacetophenone, liquid, (CN) ....................................................................................... Chloroacetophenone, solid, (CN) ........................................................................................ Chlorocresols solution (PG II and III) .................................................................................. Chloromethyl chloroformate ................................................................................................. Chloronitrobenzenes, liquid ................................................................................................. Chlorosilanes, water-reactive, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s ................................................. Corrosive liquids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II) ......................................................... Corrosive solids, toxic, n.o.s. (PG III) .................................................................................. Corrosive solids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II) .......................................................... Crotonic acid, liquid ............................................................................................................. Crotonic acid, solid .............................................................................................................. Cyanogen bromide .............................................................................................................. Cyanuric chloride ................................................................................................................. Cyclohexyl mercaptan ......................................................................................................... 1,1-Dichloro-1-nitroethane ................................................................................................... 1,3-Dichloroacetone ............................................................................................................. 1,3-Dichloropropanol-2 ........................................................................................................ Diethylthiophosphoryl chloride ............................................................................................. Dipicryl sulfide, wetted ......................................................................................................... 2-Ethylhexyl chloroformate .................................................................................................. Ferrocerium .......................................................................................................................... Ferrosilicon with 30 percent or more but less than 90 percent silicon ............................... Ferrous metal borings or Ferrous metal shavings or Ferrous metal turnings or Ferrous metal cuttings in a form liable to self-heating .................................................................. Fuel cell cartridges or Fuel cell cartridges contained in equipment or Fuel cell cartridges packed with equipment, containing water-reactive substances ...................................... Hafnium powder, dry (PG I, II, and III) ................................................................................ Hexachlorocyclopentadiene ................................................................................................. Hexamethylenediamine, solid .............................................................................................. Hydrofluoric acid, with more than 60 percent strength ....................................................... Hydrofluoric acid, with not more than 60 percent strength ................................................. Hydrogen, refrigerated liquid (cryogenic liquid) ................................................................... Hypochlorites, inorganic, n.o.s ............................................................................................ Iron oxide, spent, or Iron sponge, spent obtained from coal gas purification .................... Isopropyl chloroformate ....................................................................................................... Life-saving appliances, not self inflating .............................................................................. Life-saving appliances ......................................................................................................... Lithium ................................................................................................................................. Lithium aluminum hydride .................................................................................................... Lithium aluminum hydride, ethereal .................................................................................... Lithium borohydride ............................................................................................................. Lithium ferrosilicon ............................................................................................................... Lithium hydride .................................................................................................................... Lithium hydride, fused solid ................................................................................................. Lithium peroxide .................................................................................................................. Lithium silicon ...................................................................................................................... Magnesium aluminum phosphide ........................................................................................ Magnesium diamide ............................................................................................................. Magnesium granules, coated, particle size not less than 149 microns .............................. Magnesium hydride ............................................................................................................. Magnesium or Magnesium alloys with more than 50 percent magnesium in pellets, turnings or ribbons ........................................................................................................... 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Malononitrile ......................................................................................................................... Maneb or Maneb preparations with not less than 60 percent maneb ................................ Maneb stabilized or Maneb preparations, stabilized against self-heating .......................... Mercaptans, liquid, flammable, n.o.s. or Mercaptan mixture, liquid, flammable, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III) ....................................................................................................................... Mercaptans, liquid, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. or Mercaptan mixtures, liquid, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. (PG II and III) ................................................................................................ Mercaptans, liquid, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. or Mercaptan mixtures, liquid, toxic, flammable, n.o.s., flash point not less than 23 degrees C ..................................................... Metal catalyst, dry (PG I, II, and III) .................................................................................... Metal hydrides, water reactive, n.o.s.(PG I and II) ............................................................. Metal powder, self-heating, n.o.s. (PG II and III) ................................................................ Metal powders, flammable, n.o.s. (PG II and III) ................................................................ Metallic substance, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ................................................ Metallic substance, water-reactive, self-heating, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ........................... Methyl iodide ........................................................................................................................ Methyl magnesium bromide, in ethyl ether ......................................................................... Methyl vinyl ketone, stabilized ............................................................................................. Organic peroxide type B, liquid ........................................................................................... Organic peroxide type B, liquid, temperature controlled ..................................................... Organic peroxide type B, solid ............................................................................................ Organic peroxide type B, solid, temperature controlled ...................................................... Organic peroxide type C, liquid ........................................................................................... Organic per0oxide type C, liquid, temperature controlled ................................................... Organic peroxide type C, solid ............................................................................................ Organic peroxide type C, solid, temperature controlled ...................................................... Organic peroxide type D, liquid ........................................................................................... Organic peroxide type D, liquid, temperature controlled ..................................................... Organic peroxide type D, solid ............................................................................................ Organic peroxide type D, solid, temperature controlled ...................................................... Organic peroxide type E, liquid ........................................................................................... Organic peroxide type E, liquid, temperature controlled ..................................................... Organic peroxide type E, solid ............................................................................................ Organic peroxide type E, solid, temperature controlled ...................................................... Organic peroxide type F, liquid ........................................................................................... Organic peroxide type F, liquid, temperature controlled ..................................................... Organic peroxide type F, solid ............................................................................................ Organic peroxide type F, solid, temperature controlled ...................................................... Organometallic substance, liquid, pyrophoric ...................................................................... Organometallic substance, liquid, pyrophoric, water-reactive ............................................. Organometallic substance, liquid, water-reactive (PG I, II, and III) .................................... Organometallic substance, liquid, water-reactive, flammable (PG I, II, and III) ................. Organometallic substance, solid, pyrophoric ....................................................................... Organometallic substance, solid, pyrophoric, water-reactive .............................................. Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive (PG I, II, and III) ..................................... Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive, flammable (PG I, II, and III) .................. Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive, self-heating (PG I, II, and III) ................ Oxidizing liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG I) .............................................................................. Oxidizing liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG II and III) ................................................................. Oxidizing liquid, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) .............................................................................. Oxidizing liquid, toxic, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III) ..................................................................... Oxidizing solid, corrosive, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III) ............................................................... Oxidizing solid, flammable, n.o.s. ........................................................................................ Oxidizing solid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG I) ...................................................................................... Oxidizing solid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG II and III) .......................................................................... Oxidizing solid, water reactive, n.o.s. .................................................................................. Pentaborane ........................................................................................................................ Peroxides, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG II and III) .......................................................................... Persulfates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s. .................................................................. Pesticides, liquid, flammable, toxic, flash point less than 23 degrees C (PG I and II) ...... Phenyl chloroformate ........................................................................................................... Phosphorus heptasulfide, free from yellow or white phosphorus ....................................... Phosphorus pentasulfide, free from yellow or white phosphorus ....................................... Phosphorus oxybromide ...................................................................................................... Phosphorus pentabromide ................................................................................................... Phosphorus trioxide ............................................................................................................. Phosphorus trisulfide, free from yellow or white phosphorus ............................................. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00014 Proposed removals UN ID No. Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 Proposed additions UN1476 UN2011 UN1418 UN2624 UN2215 UN2215 UN2647 UN2210 UN2968 ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ UN3336 ........................ 102 UN1228 ........................ 102 UN3071 UN2881 UN1409 UN3189 UN3089 UN3208 UN3209 UN2644 UN1928 ........................ 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Potassium ............................................................................................................................ Potassium borohydride ........................................................................................................ Potassium, metal alloys, liquid ............................................................................................ Potassium, metal alloys, solid ............................................................................................. Potassium peroxide ............................................................................................................. Potassium phosphide .......................................................................................................... Potassium sodium alloys, liquid .......................................................................................... Potassium sodium alloys, solid ........................................................................................... Potassium superoxide ......................................................................................................... Pyrophoric liquid, inorganic, n.o.s ....................................................................................... Pyrophoric liquids, organic, n.o.s ........................................................................................ Pyrophoric metals, n.o.s., or Pyrophoric alloys, n.o.s. ........................................................ Pyrophoric solid, inorganic, n.o.s. ....................................................................................... Pyrophoric solids, organic, n.o.s. ........................................................................................ Quinoline .............................................................................................................................. Rubidium .............................................................................................................................. Seed cake with not more than 1.5 percent oil and not more than 11 percent moisture .... Self-reactive liquid type B .................................................................................................... Self-reactive liquid type B, temperature controlled ............................................................. Self-reactive liquid type C .................................................................................................... Self-reactive liquid type C, temperature controlled ............................................................. Self-reactive liquid type D .................................................................................................... Self-reactive liquid type D, temperature controlled ............................................................. Self-reactive liquid type E .................................................................................................... Self-reactive liquid type E, temperature controlled ............................................................. Self-reactive liquid type F .................................................................................................... Self-reactive liquid type F, temperature controlled .............................................................. Self-reactive solid type B ..................................................................................................... Self-reactive solid type B, temperature controlled .............................................................. Self-reactive solid type C ..................................................................................................... Self-reactive solid type C, temperature controlled .............................................................. Self-reactive solid type D ..................................................................................................... Self-reactive solid type D, temperature controlled .............................................................. Self-reactive solid type E ..................................................................................................... Self-reactive solid type E, temperature controlled .............................................................. Self-reactive solid type F ..................................................................................................... Self-reactive solid type F, temperature controlled ............................................................... Sodium ................................................................................................................................. Sodium aluminum hydride ................................................................................................... Sodium borohydride ............................................................................................................. Sodium dinitro-o-cresolate, wetted ...................................................................................... Sodium hydride .................................................................................................................... Sodium peroxide .................................................................................................................. Sodium phosphide ............................................................................................................... Stannic phosphide ............................................................................................................... Strontium peroxide ............................................................................................................... Strontium phosphide ............................................................................................................ Sodium superoxide .............................................................................................................. Titanium powder, dry (PG I, II, and III) ............................................................................... Titanium sponge granules or Titanium sponge powders .................................................... Titanium trichloride, pyrophoric or Titanium trichloride mixtures, pyrophoric ..................... Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50 ............... Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50 ........ Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, flammable, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50 ................................................................................................................................. Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, flammable, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower or equal to 1000 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50 ... Toxic liquid, corrosive, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG I and II) ......................................................... Toxic liquid, inorganic, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III) .................................................................... Toxic liquids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II) ................................................................ Toxic solid, corrosive, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG I and II ........................................................... Toxic solid, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) .................................................................... Toxic solids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II) ................................................................. Trifluoroacetic acid ............................................................................................................... Trimethylacetyl chloride ....................................................................................................... Trinitrobenzene, wetted, with not less than 10% water, by mass ...................................... Trinitrobenzoic acid, wetted with not less than 10% water by mass .................................. Trinitrobenzoic acid, wetted with not less than 30 percent water, by mass ....................... Trinitrochlorobenzene (picryl chloride), wetted, with not less than 10% water by mass .... 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UN3385 ........................ 13, 148 UN3386 ........................ 13, 148 UN3490 ........................ 13, 148 UN3491 UN3289 UN3287 UN3123 UN3290 UN3288 UN3125 UN2699 UN2438 UN3367 UN3368 UN1355 UN3365 ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 13, 148 40 40 13, 148 40 40 13, 148 25 21, 100 28 28 28 28 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 13, 13, 13, 13, 52, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 25, 25, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 147, 13, 25 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 25 148 120 127 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 127 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 148 148 148 28 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 1090 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations Proper shipping name mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Trinitrophenol (picric acid), wetted, with not less than 10 percent water by mass ............. Trinitrotoluene (TNT), wetted, with not less than 10 percent water by mass ..................... Urea nitrate, wetted, with not less than 10 percent water by mass ................................... Vinylpyridines, stabilized ...................................................................................................... Water-reactive liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ..................................................... Water-reactive liquid, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ..................................................................... Water-reactive liquid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ............................................................ Water-reactive solid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ...................................................... Water-reactive solid, flammable, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) .................................................... Water-reactive solid, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ...................................................................... Water-reactive, solid, oxidizing, n.o.s. (PG II and III) ......................................................... Water-reactive solid, self-heating, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) .................................................. Water-reactive solid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III) ............................................................. Zinc ashes ........................................................................................................................... Zinc dithionite or Zinc hydrosulfite ....................................................................................... Zinc peroxide ....................................................................................................................... Zinc phosphide .................................................................................................................... Zinc powder or Zinc dust (PG I, II, and III) ......................................................................... Zirconium, dry, coiled wire, finished metal sheets, strip (thinner than 254 microns but not thinner than 18 microns) .................................................................................................. Zirconium, dry, finished sheets, strip or coiled wire ............................................................ Zirconium powder, dry (PG I, II, and III) ............................................................................. Zirconium powder, wetted with not less than 25 percent water (a visible excess of water must be present) (a) mechanically produced, particle size less than 53 microns; (b) chemically produced, particle size less than 840 microns .............................................. Zirconium scrap ................................................................................................................... PHMSA received two comments concerning amendments to column (10B) of the HMT. IVODGA commented providing full support for the changes as proposed in the NPRM. DGAC provided multiple editorial comments related to the assignment of various vessel stowage codes primarily based on the codes indicated in the above table when compared to what was proposed in the NPRM. The DGAC comments are as follows: ‘‘Aluminum Ferrosilicon Powder (UN1395) The PG III entry is missing Vessel Stowage Code 148 in column 10B in the Docket HMT . . .’’ PHMSA agrees and has amended column (10B) accordingly. ‘‘Aluminum Powder Coated (UN1309) Per the table of 176.84 changes, 13, 147, and 148 are to be added in column 10B for this entry (PG II and III) . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry (PG II and III) already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in column 10B per the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR.’’ PHMSA agrees and code 13 is removed from the table of changes. ‘‘Ammonium Sulfide Solution (UN2683) The vessel stowage codes listed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry are not in numerical order . . . The vessel stowage codes are listed as 12, 25, 22, 52, 100 versus 12, 22, 25, 52, 100.’’ PHMSA agrees and the codes are reordered. ‘‘Barium Peroxide (UN1449) The Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10–1–13 Version of 49 CFR, VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is A.’’ Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Batteries, Dry, Containing Potassium Hydroxide Solid (UN3028) Vessel stowage code 52 is removed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry . . . There is no entry in the Table of 176.84 Changes . . .’’ Code 52 should not have been proposed for removal in association with this entry and is reinserted in the HMT. ‘‘Batteries, Wet, Filled With Acid (UN2794) Vessel Stowage Code 146 is removed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry . . . There is no entry in the table of 176.84 changes . . .’’ Code 146 should not have been proposed for removal in association with this entry and it has been reinserted in the HMT. ‘‘Batteries, Wet, Filled With Alkali (UN2795) Vessel stowage codes 52 and 146 are removed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry . . . There is no entry in the table of 176.84 changes . . .’’ Codes 52 and 146 should not have been proposed for removal in association with this entry and they have been reinserted in the HMT. Boron Trifluoride Dihydrate (UN2851) This entry is incorrectly identified in the table of 176.84 changes as Boron Trifluoride Dehydrate. PHMSA agrees and has modified the table accordingly. PO 00000 Frm 00016 Proposed removals UN ID No. Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 Proposed additions UN3364 UN3366 UN3370 UN3073 UN3129 UN3148 UN3130 UN3131 UN3132 UN2813 UN3133 UN3135 UN3134 UN1435 UN1931 UN1516 UN1714 UN1436 ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 49 ........................ ........................ ........................ UN2858 UN2009 UN2008 ........................ ........................ ........................ 13, 147, 148 13, 148 13, 148 UN1358 UN1932 ........................ ........................ 13, 147, 148 13, 148 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 13, 26, 13, 13, 28 28 28 100 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 148 123 148 148 148 ‘‘Boron Trifluoride Dimethyl Etherate (UN2965) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 21, 25, 28, 40, 49, 100, 147, 148 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel Stowage Codes 21, 28, 40, 49, 100 are present in the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR. Per the Table of 176.84 changes, only 25 was to be added for this entry. [There is no mention of adding 13, 147, 148] . . .’’ Codes 13, 147, and 148 should not have been proposed for addition in association with this entry and the HMT has been amended accordingly. ‘‘Bromine (UN1744) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 12, 25, 40, 66, 74 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel stowage codes 12, 40, 66, 74, 89, 90 are present in the 10–1– 13 version of 49 CFR. Per the table of 176.84 changes, only 25 was to be added for this entry. [There is no mention of removing 89 and 90] . . .’’ DGAC is correct and codes 89 and 90 are reinserted in the HMT. Bromoform (UN2515) There is no UN number shown in the table of 176.84 changes. The appropriate UN number has been added to the table. ‘‘Calcium Peroxide (UN1457) The Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A is A.’’ Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37–14 of the E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Cerium (UN1333) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 66, 74, 91, 147, 148 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel stowage codes 74 and 91 are present in the 10– 1–13 version of 49 CFR. Per the table of 176.84 changes, only 13, 147, and 148 are to be added for this entry and there is no mention of adding 66 . . .’’ Code 66 should not have been proposed for addition in association with this entry and has been removed from the HMT. ‘‘Chlorocresols, Solid (UN3437) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 12 and 25 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel Stowage Code 12 is present in the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR. There is no entry in the table of 176.84 changes for Chlorocresols, Solid . . .’’ This proposed change was noted in the NPRM table of proposed changes. No action needed. Chlorocresols Solution (UN2669) This entry is incorrectly identified in the table of 176.84 changes as having the UN number UN3437 assigned instead of UN2669. PHMSA agrees and has modified the table accordingly. ‘‘Chloromethyl Chloroformate (UN2745) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Code 12 is proposed to be added for this entry . . . The addition of 12 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 12 in column 10B per the 10–1– 13 version of 49 CFR.’’ Code 12 should not have been listed in the table of changes in association with this entry and has been removed from the table of changes. ‘‘Corrosive Solids, Water-Reactive, N.O.S. (UN3096) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry (PG I, II, and III) . . . There is no PG III entry for this PSN per the 10–1– 13 version of 49 CFR. In addition, the text listed for the PG II and III entries in the proposed HMT is actually the same as the above HMT entry for UN2923—Corrosive Solids, Toxic, N.O.S. . . .’’ The commenter is correct. The PG III entry has been removed from the HMT and the PG II entry has been updated to include codes 13 and 148. ‘‘Ferrosilicon (UN1408) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in column 10B per the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR . . .’’ Code 13 should not have been listed in the table of changes in association with this entry and has been removed from the table of changes. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 ‘‘Lithium Peroxide (UN1472) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10–1– 13 Version of 49 CFR. The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the Docket HMT is C . . . In the 10– 1–13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is A.’’ Code 13 has been removed from the table of changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Magnesium Peroxide (UN1476) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in column 10B per the 10–1– 13 Version of 49 CFR. The Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A in the Docket HMT is C . . . In the 10– 1–13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A is A.’’ Code 13 has been removed from the table of changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Metal Powder, Self-Heating, N.O.S. (UN3189) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 147, and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry (PG II and III) . . . This entry (PG II and III) is only listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 in Column 10B in the Docket HMT . . .’’ Only codes 13 and 148 are assigned to this entry, and the table of changes has been updated accordingly. ‘‘Metal Powders, Flammable, N.O.S. (UN3089) This entry (PG II and III) is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 74, 147, and 148 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . In the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, there are no entries for Vessel Stowage Codes in column 10B. Per the Table of 176.84 Changes (1st entry), Vessel Stowage Code 74 is proposed to be added for this entry . . . Per the table of 176.84 changes (2nd entry), Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 74, 147, and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . .’’ The table of changes has been updated to reflect only one HMT entry changing. ‘‘Organic Peroxide Type E liquid (UN3107) Vessel Stowage Code 40 is PO 00000 Frm 00017 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1091 listed in Column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry. Vessel Stowage Code 25 is not listed in Column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry . . . Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, 40 was to be removed and 25 was to be added for this entry . . .’’ The commenter is correct. Code 40 has been removed from the HMT. ‘‘Organic Peroxide Type F, Solid, Temperature Controlled (UN3120) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Code 40 was to be removed and 25 was to be added for this entry . . . The removal of 40 is not necessary as this entry does not list a Vessel Stowage Code 40 in Column 10B per the 10–1– 13 version of 49 CFR.’’ Code 40 has been removed from the table of changes. ‘‘Organometallic Substance, Liquid, Water-Reactive (UN3398) The PG II entry for this entry is listing IP2 as a Special Provision in Column 7 and D versus E in Column 10A . . . These changes are not present in the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR.’’ The commenter is correct. Special provision IP2 has been removed from column 7 of the HMT and the correct stowage category for this entry is E. ‘‘Organometallic Substance, Solid, Pyrophoric (UN3391) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . In the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, there are no entries for Vessel Stowage Codes in Column 10B. There is no entry in the table of 176.84 changes . . . for this PSN.’’ DGAC is correct. Codes 13 and 148 have been added to the table of changes. ‘‘Oxidizing Liquid, Toxic, N.O.S. (UN3099) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Code 106 was to be removed for this entry (PG I, II, and III) . . . This entry is not listing a Vessel Stowage Code of 95 in Column 10B for the PG II and PG III entries in the proposed HMT . . . In the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, Vessel Stowage Code 95 is listed for the PG II and PG III entries for this entry.’’ DGAC is correct and code 95 has been placed in column (10B) for these entries. ‘‘Oxidizing Solid, Corrosive, N.O.S. (UN3085) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Code 106 was to be removed for this entry (PG I, II, and III) . . . This entry is not listing a Vessel Stowage Code of 34 in column 10B for the PG II and PG III entries in the proposed HMT . . . In the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, Vessel Stowage Code 34 is listed for the PG II and PG III listings for this entry.’’ DGAC is correct and code 34 has been placed in column (10B) for these entries. ‘‘Peroxides, Inorganic, N.O.S. (UN1483) The Vessel Stowage Location E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1092 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations listed in Column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10–1–13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A is A.’’ Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37– 14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Phenyl Chloroformate (UN2746) Per the table of 176.84 Changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 21 and 10 are to be removed for this entry . . . Per the 10– 1–13 version of 49 CFR, this entry does not list a Vessel Stowage Code 10 in Column 10B. In the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, this entry does however list a Vessel Stowage Code 100 in Column 10B.’’ DGAC is correct. Code 100 is removed from the HMT. ‘‘Phosphorus Pentasulfide (UN1340) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 in Column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . There is no entry in the Table of 176.84 Changes . . . for this PSN.’’ DGAC is correct in that codes 13 and 148 were added by the IMO and have been added to the table of changes. ‘‘Potassium Peroxide (UN1491) The Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10–1–13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is B.’’ Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Potassium, Metal Alloys, Solid (UN3403) This entry is listed in proposed HMT with Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 52, and 148 in Column 10B . . . Per the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, this entry does not list any Vessel Stowage Codes in column 10B. Per the Table of 176.84 changes (1st entry), Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are to be added for this entry . . . Per the Table of 176.84 changes (2nd entry), Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 52, and 148 are to be added for this entry . . .’’ There should have only been one entry for the PSN in the table of changes. The entries are consolidated and codes 13, 52, and 148 are added. ‘‘Potassium Superoxide (UN2466) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are to be added for this entry . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10–1–13 Version of 49 CFR. The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the proposed HMT is D . . . In the 10–1–13 Version VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is B.’’ Code 13 is removed from the table of changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37– 14 of the IMDG Code. Further review of the change made at IMO indicates the correct stowage category to be E. As a result PHMSA is revising column 10A to read E. ‘‘Self-Reactive Liquid Type B, Temperature Controlled (UN3231) Vessel Stowage Code 25 is added in Column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . There is no entry in the Table of 176.84 Changes . . . for this PSN.’’ DGAC is correct and an entry for this PSN has been added to the table of changes. ‘‘Sodium Peroxide (UN1504) Per the Table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR. The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the Docket HMT is C . . . In the 10–1–13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is B.’’ Code 13 is removed from the table of changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37– 14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Sodium Superoxide (UN2547) In the proposed HMT, Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 52, 66, 75, and 148 are listed in Column 10B. Per the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, 13, 52, 66, and 75 are listed as Vessel Stowage Codes in Column 10B. This entry is not listed in the Table of 176.84 Changes . . . The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is D . . . In the 10–1–13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A is E.’’ DGAC is correct that code 148 was added by the IMO and thus, has been added to the table of changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read D. ‘‘Strontium Peroxide (UN1509) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10–1– 13 Version of 49 CFR. The Vessel PO 00000 Frm 00018 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the Docket HMT is C . . . In the 10– 1–13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is A.’’ Code 13 has been removed from the table of changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. ‘‘Zinc Peroxide (UN1516) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry. The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10–1–13 Version of 49 CFR. The Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A in the Docket HMT is C . . . In the 10–1–13 version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is A.’’ Code 13 has been removed from the table of changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 37– 14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C. Appendix B to § 172.101 Appendix B to § 172.101 lists Marine Pollutants regulated under the HMR. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the List of Marine Pollutants by adding sixty-two new entries consistent with the IMDG Code. These changes include those substances that, by virtue of meeting the Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP) defining criteria for marine pollutants, were either assigned a ‘‘P’’ in the dangerous goods list or identified in the alphabetical index to amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. The entry ‘‘Chlorotoluenes (meta-;para-)’’ is removed based on its removal from the IMDG Code. PHMSA received two comments from the ACC regarding our proposed addition of one specific material, dodecene, to the list of marine pollutants. In its first comment, the ACC requests a 30 day extension of the comment period to better understand ‘‘dodecene’s place on other lists referenced in the proposed rule.’’ ACC notes that it would use the time to coordinate with industry to better understand the information contained in the dodecene Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) dossiers. PHMSA is denying the ACC’s request for a 30 day extension of the E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations comment period for this rulemaking as the revision to include dodecene in the Marine Pollutant List is consistent with our standard practice of aligning Appendix B with the indicative list of marine pollutants found in the IMDG Code. In its second comment, the ACC notes that the use of the name ‘‘dodecene’’ in both the IMDG Code and PHMSA proposed rule makes it unclear exactly what substance is being regulated. When manufactured, ‘‘dodecene’’ may represent a number of Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) numbers and different chemical properties. In other words, this single description of dodecene may not reflect what the Panel members currently manufacture and ship. The ACC also notes that the REACH registration of a close analog of dodecene, 1-dodecene/ dodec-1-ene, indicates that dodecene would not meet the criteria of a Marine Pollutant, as set forth in the PHMSA list, based on aquatic toxicity data. The REACH dossier indicates ‘‘conclusive but not sufficient for classification’’ on both acute and chronic environmental categories associated with this compound. The inclusion of all entries proposed for addition in the NPRM were thoroughly vetted by several subcommittees of the International Maritime Organization prior to adoption into amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. The GESAMP data assigns all dodecene isomers a B1 numerical rating of 4. This rating of 4 indicates acute aquatic toxicity, and thus merits inclusion of dodecene to the list of marine pollutants in Appendix B to § 172.101. 9, environmentally hazardous substance. Some formulations of the dihydrated sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid meet the criteria for classification as an environmentally hazardous substance. Special Provision 52 Special provision 52 authorizes use of the HMT entry ‘‘UN2067, Ammonium nitrate based fertilizer’’ for substances that do not exhibit explosive properties of Class 1 when tested in accordance with Test Series 1 and 2 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 52 by removing the requirement to test in accordance with Test Series 1 because Test Series 2 determines whether such properties are indeed those of Class 1, not Test Series 1. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Section 172.102 Special Provisions Section 172.102 lists special provisions applicable to the transportation of specific hazardous materials. Special provisions contain packaging requirements, prohibitions, and exceptions applicable to particular quantities or forms of hazardous materials. PHMSA is adopting the following revisions to § 172.102, special provisions: Special Provision 147 This special provision describes the composition of the material for which the use of the HMT entry ‘‘UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion or Ammonium nitrate suspension or Ammonium nitrate gel, intermediate for blasting explosives’’ is authorized and prohibits the material from being classified and transported unless approved by the Associate Administrator. Special provision 147 requires that these substances must satisfactorily pass Test Series 8 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I, Section 18. Test Series 8 contains four test types. Tests 8(a), (b) and (c) are used for classification purposes while Test 8(d) is used to assess suitability for transport in portable tanks. The use of this entry (UN 3375) therefore requires only that Tests 8(a), (b) and (c) are satisfactorily passed. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 147 by clarifying that Tests 8(a), (b) and (c), not the entire Test Series 8, are required for use in classification and subsequent approval by the Associate Administrator. PHMSA received one comment from IME in support of this revision. Special Provision 28 Special provision 28 states that the dihydrated sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid is not subject to the requirements of this subchapter. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 28 to convey that the dihydrated sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid does not meet the definition of a Division 5.1 (oxidizer) and is not subject to the requirements of the subchapter unless it meets the criteria for inclusion in another Class or Division, such as Class Special Provision 160 Special provision 160 is presently assigned to ‘‘UN3268, Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners’’ in Class 9. Special provision 160 includes the requirement that air bag inflators and modules must be tested in accordance with Test series 6 (c) of Part I of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 160 in conjunction with revising the proper shipping name for UN3268 to ‘‘Safety devices, electrically initiated.’’ The VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00019 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1093 entry is revised to clarify that it applies to safety devices used in vehicles including vessels and aircraft, and pyromechanical devices that are added to the list of authorized devices. The development of safety products has seen significant progress since the introduction of UN3268 and the range of current products extends beyond what can presently be assigned to UN3268. Some of the newer safety products include elements that are actuated by the electrical signal of the crash sensor (e.g. pyromechanical devices). Examples include: Devices that interrupt the electrical connection in case of emergency by disconnecting the main power cable in the vehicle from the battery to prevent short circuit and consequentially minimize the risk of fire in the vehicle; and actuators which are used for active headrests or for pedestrian protection to release special hinges of the engine hood. In addition, PHMSA is clarifying that this entry does not apply to life saving appliances described in § 173.219 (UN Nos. 2990 and 3072). PHMSA received comments from Key Safety Systems, TK Holdings Inc., and TRW Automotive requesting that special provision 160 be revised to note that if the air bag inflator unit and or pyromechanical device satisfactorily passes the series 6(c) test, it is not necessary to repeat the test on the air bag module. PHMSA is not convinced the requested change is necessary. The purpose of the exception from testing in this special provision is to state that air bag modules do not need to be tested if the air bag inflators were tested. Air bag inflators are any article used to inflate a module, which includes inflators that use compressed gas, gas generant tablets, or a hybrid design. Pyromechanical devices are generally piston type devices and would not be used to inflate modules. Therefore the addition of ‘‘pyromechanical devices’’ to the sentence in SP160 excepting air bag modules from being re-tested would not be appropriate. Special Provision 161 Special provision 161 required that for domestic transportation the alternate shipping description ‘‘Articles, pyrotechnic for technical purposes’’ be used to describe air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners (UN0503) meeting the criteria for a Division 1.4G explosive. This was done to ensure a different shipping name was used to describe these articles to differentiate them from air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners (UN3268) in Class 9. In this final rule, PHMSA, consistent with E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1094 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 the UN Model Regulations, is adopting new proper shipping names for these items, ‘‘Safety devices’’ (UN3268) for those articles assigned to Class 9, and ‘‘Safety Devices, pyrotechnic’’ (UN0503) for those articles assigned to Division 1.4G. Since the proper shipping names for these items would no longer be the same, there would be no need to use a different proper shipping name for these articles assigned to Division 1.4G. Therefore the need for this special provision would be obsolete and we are deleting it from the regulations and deleting its reference from the UN0503 entry in the HMT. Under this revision, for domestic transportation, air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners (UN0503) meeting the criteria for a Division 1.4G explosive, that are currently described as ‘‘Articles, pyrotechnic for technical purposes’’ would be described as ‘‘Safety devices, pyrotechnic’’ (UN0503). Special Provision 238 Special provision 238 addresses the shipment of neutron radiation detectors. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 238 to align with the UN Model Regulations special provision 373 by expanding the transport conditions for neutron radiation detectors and radiation detection systems containing such detectors. Paragraph a. is restructured into: (a)(1), general transport requirements; (a)(2), requirements for radiation detectors transported as individual components; and (a)(3), requirements for completed neutron radiation detection systems containing detectors. Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is adopting the following revisions to the transport conditions: [1] In (a)(1), increase the total amount of gas authorized per detector from 12.8 grams to 13 grams; clarify that the minimum burst pressure is demonstrated by design type qualification testing; and add a new leaktightness standard; [2] in (a)(2), clarify that in addition to being packed in a strong outer package, that the completed package must be capable of withstanding a drop of 1.8 meters (6foot) without leakage of gas contents; and increase the total amount of gas from all detectors per outer packaging from 51.2 grams to 52 grams; and [3], in (a)(3), add a new requirement that for completed neutron radiation detection systems, the detectors must be contained in a strong sealed outer casing; and adding a new requirement that the completed system must be capable of withstanding a 1.8 meter (6foot) drop test without leakage unless a system’s outer casing affords equivalent protection. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PHMSA received a comment from James Lynch asking how the 1 × 10¥10 cm3/s leaktightness prior to filling limit was arrived at and proposing an alternative limit amount. The limit, as proposed and adopted, was determined by the UN Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods to provide an appropriate level of safety to ensure essentially no gas will leak from the detector once filled. In the interest harmonization is maintaining the limit as proposed in the NPRM. Mr. Lynch also commented that in paragraph (a)(1)(iii) that the 1800 kPa should specify ‘‘gauge.’’ While Mr. Lynch is correct that paragraph (a)(1)(iii) is applicable pressure at the ‘‘gauge,’’ in the interest of harmonization PHMSA is maintaining the revisions as proposed in the NPRM. PHMSA received a comment from Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc. requesting a 90 day extension of the final rule comment period to further review the logistical and technical impact of these proposed regulation changes for the transportation of neutron radiation detectors. PHMSA is denying Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc.’s request for an extension of the comment period for this final rule. We are revising the HMR to maintain alignment with international standards by incorporating various amendments, including revision of the transport conditions for neutron radiation detectors in special provision 238. In addition, the revisions to special provision 238 do not invalidate existing special permits or de minimis interpretations issued by PHMSA. Further, for reasons mentioned elsewhere in this rulemaking, it is imperative that a harmonization rulemaking be published on or near January 1st, 2015 to facilitate unencumbered commerce. It is important to note that the transport provisions for these detectors in the ICAO TI, which this final rule harmonizes with, will become effective January 1st, 2015. Special Provision 342 This special provision, assigned to ‘‘UN1040, Ethylene oxide or Ethylene oxide with nitrogen’’ allows sterilization devices containing ethylene oxide, conforming to the conditions in the special provision, and packaged in accordance with § 173.4a of the HMR to be offered for transportation and transported by all modes even though Column (9A) of the § 172.101 HMT lists the material as forbidden by passenger aircraft. Consistent with the ICAO TI, in this final rule PHMSA is further clarifying that irrespective of both Columns (9A) PO 00000 Frm 00020 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 and (9B) of the § 172.101 HMT listing the material as forbidden, ethylene oxide conforming to the conditions in the special provision is eligible for air transport. Specifically, we are supplementing the language in this special provision ‘‘irrespective of the restriction of § 173.4a(b)’’ with ‘‘and the indication of ‘‘forbidden’’ in columns (9A) and (9B) of the § 172.101 table.’’ Special Provision 362 Special provision 362 specifies when a material can be considered a chemical under pressure. Specifically, the special provision states that classification of these materials is to be based on hazard characteristics of the components in the propellant, the liquid, or the solid forms. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 362 by adding a new paragraph (f) to clarify that chemicals under pressure containing components forbidden for transport on both passenger and cargo aircraft must not be transported by air. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that as proposed special provision 362 has two paragraph d’s. PHMSA has amended the final rule text to ensure proper paragraph sequencing. Special Provision 367 A new special provision 367 is added to clarify that the proper shipping name ‘‘Paint related material’’ or ‘‘Printing ink related material’’ may be used for consignments of packages containing both ‘‘Paint’’ and ‘‘Paint related material’’ or ‘‘Printing Ink’’ and ‘‘Printing ink related material’’ in the same package and sharing the same identification number (UN 1210, UN 1263, UN 3066, UN 3469, or UN 3470). For example, ‘‘UN1263, Paint including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac solutions, varnish, polish, liquid filler, and liquid lacquer base’’ and ‘‘UN1263, Paint related material’’ contained in the same package, may be consigned under the entry ‘‘UN1263, Paint related material including paint thinning, drying, removing, or reducing compound.’’ Paint mainly consists of resin, pigment and solvent. Thinning compounds consist primarily of solvent as well. Thus, under the same UN entry, there is no difference between ‘‘Paint’’ and ‘‘Paint related material’’ with regard to transport requirements. PHMSA received one comment from COSTHA providing support for this new provision. COSTHA noted that this provision will greatly enhance the efficiencies of businesses transporting these materials. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations Special Provision 368 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding new special provision 368 and assigning it to ‘‘UN2910, Radioactive material, excepted package-limited quantity of material’’ to clarify that in the case of non-fissile or fissile-excepted uranium hexafluoride, the material must be classified under UN3507 or UN2978. Special Provision 369 The 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations has adopted a new proper shipping name of ‘‘UN3507, Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile or fissileexcepted’’, to address small quantities of uranium hexafluoride containing corrosive properties, thus a new special provision is necessary in the HMR. In this final rule, PHMSA assigns special provision 369 to UN3507 to specify a primary hazard of Class 8 with subsidiary risk of Class 7, subject to certain conditions. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Special Provision 370 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding new special provision 370 and assigning it to the revised HMT entry ‘‘UN0222, Ammonium Nitrate.’’ In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed revising the proper shipping name for UN0222 by removing the qualifying italicized text assigned to UN0222 and including it in this special provision. Based on a comment submitted by IME and discussed in the section-by-section review of amendments to Column (2) of the HMT, we are not moving the qualifying italicized text from the proper shipping name to the special provision in this final rule. In this final rule, we are maintaining paragraph b. of special provision 370 as proposed in the NPRM to clarify that ammonium nitrate with not more than 0.2% combustible substances, including any organic substance calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any added substance, that gives a positive result when tested in accordance with Test Series 2 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I must be assigned to UN0222. Special Provision 371 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision 371 and assigning it to ‘‘UN3164, Articles, pressurized pneumatic or hydraulic containing nonflammable gas.’’ This special provision sets forth the requirements for confettishooters pressurized with gas instead of pyrotechnics. The shooter consists in principle, of a jacket of cardboard, the pressurized receptacle filled with compressed air or nitrogen, a lock mechanism made of plastics, a plug of VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 rubber and a metal cap for closing the receptacle, and different types of confetti. By turning a ring, or the bottom part of the shooter, a mechanism is unlocked and the pressurized gas is discharged so that the confetti is shot away for a few meters. This type of shooter does not contain any amount of explosives and therefore cannot be assigned to Class 1, and does not meet the requirements for gas cartridges or small pressure receptacles. The requirements set forth in the special provision ensure the same level of safety as for confetti-shooters with pyrotechnics. Special Provision 372 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision 372 and assigning it to the new HMT entry ‘‘UN3508, Capacitor, asymmetric.’’ This special provision states that this entry applies to asymmetric capacitors with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 watt hours (Wh) and that asymmetric capacitors with an energy storage capacity of 0.3 Wh or less are not subject to the requirements of this subchapter. This special provision also provides that nickel-carbon asymmetric capacitors containing Class 8 alkaline electrolytes must be transported as UN 2795, Batteries, wet, filled with alkali, electric storage. PHMSA received one comment from COSTHA supporting the amendment as proposed noting that this provision now gives clear guidance on how manufacturers are to ship these articles. Special Provision A60 Special provision A60 permits ‘‘UN2014, Hydrogen peroxide, aqueous solution,’’ to be transported in excepted quantities. The special provision authorizes packagings to include a vent to permit the slow escape of gas (i.e. not more than 0.1 mL/hour per 30 mL inner packaging at 20 °C (68 °F) produced from gradual decomposition. As venting is permitted, the requirements of §§ 173.24(g)(1) and 173.27(c) are impracticable and should not apply. To address the issue, the ICAO DGP adopted a proposal to clarify that these general requirements prohibiting venting should not be applicable. In this final rule, we are harmonizing with the ICAO TI and waiving the general requirements of §§ 173.24(g)(1) and 173.27(c). Special provision A60 is revised accordingly. Special Provision A61 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision A61 and assigning it to the HMT entries ‘‘UN 3107, Organic peroxide type E, liquid’’ PO 00000 Frm 00021 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1095 and ‘‘UN 3109, Organic peroxide type F, liquid.’’ PHMSA is aligning with Packing Instruction 570 of the ICAO TI to allow for limited venting of oxygen in the case of specialized peroxyacetic acid packagings when transported by cargo aircraft, provided the packaging requirements of this special provision are met. It was reported to the ICAO DGP that peroxyacetic acid was commonly used as a sterilizer for health care purposes and that there is a need to transport the material by air for use in sterilizing medical equipment using custom packagings. The basis for the requirements that these specialized packagings must meet originated from exemptions to permit the transport of this substance in small containers approved by several national authorities. The inclusion of this new special provision will eliminate the need for these exemptions and facilitate international transport. IBC Codes and IP Codes Section 172.102(c)(4) prescribes situations where Large Packagings are authorized. In this final rule, PHMSA is authorizing the use of large packagings for lithium batteries without assigning IB3 or IB8 to the corresponding entries in the § 172.101 Table by adding a reference to § 173.185 before the reference to § 173.225(e). See Section 173.185 Lithium batteries for a detailed discussion of the proposed a use of rigid large packagings for lithium batteries. In this final rule, PHMSA is authorizing the use of large packagings for lithium batteries without assigning IB3 or IB8 to the corresponding entries in the § 172.101 Table by revising by adding a reference to § 173.185 before the reference to § 173.225(e). See Section 173.185 Lithium batteries for a detailed discussion of the proposed a use of rigid large packagings for lithium batteries. In two final rules published in the Federal Register on January 19, 2011 (76 FR 3308; HM–215K) and January 7, 2013 (78 FR 988; HM–215L) the Table 1 (IBC Codes) in paragraph (c)(4) were editorially revised to remove UN Specifications 31A, 31B, 31N, 31H1, 31H2, 31HZ1, and 31HZ2 from IBC Codes IB4 through IB8. The revisions were consistent with amendments to the UN Model Regulations that removed the specifications from the indicated codes in the table because IBC Codes IB4 through IB8 are assigned to solids, whereas, UN Specifications 31A, 31B, 31N, 31H1, 31H2, 31HZ1, and 31HZ2 are authorized for transportation of liquids and IBC Codes IB1 through IB3 and are assigned to liquid materials only. Information presented to the UN Committee of Experts on the Transport E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1096 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 of Dangerous Goods (UNCOE) in this last biennium indicated that the removal of the above UN Specifications from IBC Codes IB4 through IB8 has created a problem. Prior to implementation of these revisions, certain liquid IBC types were used to transport powdery solids and solids that become liquid under conditions of transport. These solids may be loaded and unloaded from the IBC in liquid form raising the question of whether the remaining IBCs, which are intended for gravity or pressure discharge, are appropriate. The UN sub-committee adopted a proposal to reinstate the IBCs that were previously authorized. In this final rule, we are harmonizing with the UN Model Regulations by revising the IBC Codes IB4 through IB8 in paragraph (c)(4), Table 1 (IBC Codes) to reinstate IBC’s previously authorized. A new IP Code 16 is added and assigned to UN3375. Consistent with international regulations, this special provision would authorize require IBCs of type 31A and 31N if approved by the Associate Administrator. Special Provision TP47 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision TP47 and assigning it to the organometallic substance HMT entries UN3393 through UN3399. The special provision waives the 2.5 year internal inspection for portable tanks used for the transport of liquid and solid organometallic substances provided that the portable tank remains in the dedicated service of transporting organometallic substances. However, all other required 2.5 year inspections and tests would still be performed, as well as the full 5 year periodic test and inspection, which would include an internal inspection. Before an internal inspection can be performed, the tank must be cleaned and purged. In this process, it is difficult to ensure that water, impurities, or contaminants introduced during cleaning are fully removed before organometallic substances are again introduced into the tank, which could potentially result in a dangerous reaction or have an effect on the purity of the product. Since these organometallic substances are fully compatible with and are not corrosive to the materials of construction used in such tanks, the likelihood that an internal inspection will reveal any corrosion, pitting or other deterioration of the tank is unlikely. To increase safety and avoid the risk of a dangerous reaction or product contamination the 2.5 year internal inspection is waived, provided the portable tank remains in the dedicated service of transporting VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 organometallic substances and the tank does exhibit damaged or corroded areas, leakage, or other conditions that indicate a deficiency in accordance with § 180.605(f). PHMSA received one comment from Dow Chemical in support of this special provision. to § 172.315 to read ‘‘For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life.’’ Section 172.204 This section describes the text that must be contained within the shipper’s certification on a shipping paper. PHMSA received a comment from Gregory Sutherland noting that PHMSA did not propose in the NPRM to align the text with the requirements of the UN Model Regulations and the IMDG Code in Section 172.204(a)(2) to allow the shipper’s certification to be either below or above the required elements of a shipping paper. PHMSA agrees that harmonizing provisions for shipper’s certification placement and language, by providing the allowance to place the certification either below or above other required elements, is necessary to facilitate international commerce. As a result, PHMSA is adding a note following § 172.204(a)(2) to allow substitution of the word ‘‘below’’ for the currently authorized ‘‘above’’ if appropriate. Section 172.317 To promote the uniformity of the ‘‘Keep Away From Heat’’ handling mark throughout the international transportation community, the ICAO Technical Instructions have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for this hazard communications element. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications in § 172.317(b) to be consistent with the revised specifications in the ICAO TI. Thus, we are adopting provisions to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to deplete supplies of existing markings. We are also adopting a transitional period to authorize a ‘‘Keep Away From Heat’’ handling mark that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a packaging marked with a ‘‘Keep Away From Heat’’ handling mark prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. Section 172.315 In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the limited quantity markings prescribed in § 172.315(a)(2) and (b)(2) to be consistent with the revised specifications in the UN Model Regulations. To promote uniformity and consistency with the UN Model Regulations we are allowing manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to deplete supplies of existing markings. PHMSA is adding a transitional period to authorize a limited quantity marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that many packages, especially those containing consumer products, may be permanently marked with the limited quantity marking and remain in the distribution cycle for an extended period of time. DGAC recommended that a provision be added which authorizes limited quantity markings conforming to the current requirements and permanently affixed to a package to be authorized for the useful life of the package. PHMSA agrees that there may be packages or packagings marked for an indefinite period of time and is adding a new paragraph (a)(2)(ii) and (b)(2)(ii) PO 00000 Frm 00022 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 Section 172.322 In this final rule, PHMSA is clarifying in § 172.322(a)(2) and (b), that the marking requirements for marine pollutants are required unless otherwise provided for in the regulations. In § 172.322(e), PHMSA is deleting the obsolete date of January 14, 2010 for the requirements for the marine pollutant mark. To promote the uniformity of the marine pollutant mark throughout the international transportation community, the UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for this hazard communications element. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 172.322(e) to be consistent with the revised specifications for this marking in the UN Model Regulations. We are also adopting a transitional period to authorize a marine pollutant mark that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016, so that manufacturers and printers will have the necessary time to deplete E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations existing supply and to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a packaging marked with a marine pollutant mark prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. Section 172.326 Section 172.326 prescribes marking requirements for portable tanks. PHMSA received a comment from Edward Altemos noting that in the NPRM PHMSA did not propose to harmonize this section with recent changes adopted into Amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. Amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code adopted a reduced size proper shipping name exception for portable tanks having a capacity of less than 3,000 L (792.52 gallons). Prior to this amendment proper shipping name markings on all portable tanks were required to be at least 65 mm (2.5 inches) high. Mr. Atlemos requests PHMSA harmonize with the IMDG Code on this issue. PHMSA agrees and is amending paragraph (a) accordingly. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Section 172.327 To promote the uniformity of markings, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising and clarifying the specifications for the ‘‘petroleum sour crude oil’’ mark prescribed in § 172.327(a) to be consistent with the revised specifications for markings in the UN Model Regulations. Also, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the depletion of supplies of existing markings, we are adopting a transitional period to authorize a ‘‘petroleum sour crude oil’’ mark that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a packaging marked with a ‘‘petroleum sour crude oil mark’’ prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. Section 172.407 The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for labels to promote the uniformity of hazard communications labels throughout the international transportation community. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 172.407(c) to be consistent with UN VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Model Regulations. In addition, PHMSA is revising (d)(2)(iii) that provides a color alternative for the symbol on the ORGANIC PEROXIDE LABEL to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations. Also to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations, and to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce labels that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the depletion of supplies of existing labels, we are adopting a transitional period to authorize a label that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that many packages may be permanently labeled and remain in service for an extended period of time. DGAC recommended that a provision be added which authorizes labels conforming to the current requirements and permanently affixed to a package to be authorized for the life of the package. PHMSA agrees that there may be packages or packagings labeled for an indefinite period of time and in response is adding a new paragraph (c)(1)(iv) to § 172.407 to read ‘‘For domestic transportation, a packaging labeled prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life.’’ Finally, PHMSA is adding paragraph (d)(2)(iv) to permit, consistent with the UN Model Regulations, a FLAMMABLE GAS label to be displayed on cylinders and gas cartridges for liquefied petroleum gases, where the symbol may be shown in the background color of the receptacle if adequate contrast is provided. Section 172.512 The placarding requirements for freight containers and aircraft unit load devices are described in § 172.512. The reference in § 172.512(a)(3) to part 7; chapter 2, section 2.7 of the ICAO TI in this paragraph is inaccurate. This reference became inaccurate because part 7; chapter 2, section 2.7 of the ICAO TI now refers to replacement of labels, whereas section 2.8 refers to identification of unit load devices containing dangerous goods. PHMSA is revising this paragraph for the correct reference to cite part 7; chapter 2, section 2.8. Section 172.519 The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for placards. In this final rule, PHMSA is PO 00000 Frm 00023 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1097 revising the specifications for placards prescribed in § 172.519(c) to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations. Additionally, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce placards that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the depletion of supplies of existing placards, we are providing a transitional period. This transitional period authorizes a placard that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. Finally, PHMSA realizes that in domestic transportation, numerous placards of a semi-permanent nature are in service. PHMSA is allowing, that for domestic transportation, a placard manufactured prior to January 1, 2017, in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in domestic service until the end of its useful life provided the color tolerances are maintained and are in accordance with the display requirements of the subchapter. Part 173 Section 173.2a Section 173.2a outlines classification requirements for materials having more than one hazard. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending paragraph (a)(1) to note that shipments of ‘‘UN3507, Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package’’ are not required to apply the radioactive hazard as the primary hazard. This change is adopted to incorporate the transportation provisions for excepted packages of uranium hexafluoride adopted in the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code and the ICAO TI. Section 173.3 The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for markings. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for markings for salvage packagings prescribed in § 173.3(c)(3); salvage cylinders prescribed in § 173.3(d)(3); and prescribing requirements for the marking of the proposed large salvage packaging in § 173.3(f) to be consistent with the revised specifications for salvage packaging markings in the UN Model Regulations. Also, to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations, and to allow shippers necessary time to implement the new marking requirements, we are adopting a transitional period to authorize a E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1098 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. PHMSA also realizes that salvage packagings and salvage cylinders are typically marked in a durable manner. PHMSA is authorizing, for domestic transportation, a salvage packaging or a salvage cylinder that is marked prior to January 1, 2017 in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. PHMSA received one comment from RIPA supporting the transition period for ‘‘already fabricated and durably marked salvage packagings,’’ but requesting an additional transition year for embossed packagings. PHMSA notes however, that as is being adopted in this final rule a salvage cylinder that is marked prior to January 1, 2017 in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. Also PHMSA is adding a new paragraph (f) to § 173.3 authorizing and prescribing the use of large salvage packaging for all modes of transportation other than air. PHMSA received one comment from RIPA providing general support for the amendments as proposed. Section 173.4a The UN Model Regulations have been revised to clarify and standardize the specifications for the marking of excepted quantities of packaged hazardous materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.4a(g)(2) to be consistent with the revised specifications for these markings in the UN Model Regulations. We are adding a transition period so that manufacturers and printers can produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and deplete existing supplies. An excepted quantities marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, can be used until December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a packaging marked with an excepted quantities marking prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. Section 173.9 In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the fumigant marking prescribed in § 173.9(e) to be consistent with the revised specifications for these markings in the VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 UN Model Regulations. Also consistent with the UN Model Regulations, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the depletion of supplies of existing markings, we are authorizing a transitional period to authorize a fumigant marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. Section 173.11 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new § 173.11 that provides exceptions to the regulations for certain light bulbs containing hazardous materials based on their transport conditions, the quantity of hazardous materials contained in each light bulb or package, and the type of packaging. This new section is consistent with newly adopted provisions in the UN Model Regulations. In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed using the term ‘‘lamp’’ in this section for consistency with the language contained in the UN Model Regulations. However, a reference to ‘‘light bulbs’’ remained in § 173.307(a)(6). PHMSA received one comment from Alaska Airlines noting that this may be confusing for shippers and suggested defining the terms lamp and light bulb. We agree that using both of these terms may be confusing; however we do not believe there is a need for defining these two terms as they apply to the same commodity. Therefore, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising the language in § 173.11 and § 173.307 to include the term ‘‘lamp’’ in association with ‘‘light bulb.’’ Section 173.24 In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.24 to authorize the use of supplementary packagings within an outer packaging (e.g., an intermediate packaging or a receptacle inside a required inner packaging) in addition to what is required by the regulations provided all applicable requirements are met and, if appropriate, suitable cushioning is used to prevent movement within the packaging. This revision is consistent with newly adopted provisions in the UN Model Regulations. PHMSA received one comment from Veolia requesting clarification that the newly proposed requirement under § 173.24(c)(2) for the use of ‘‘appropriate suitable cushioning’’ is only required when movement of the inner receptacles within the outer packaging would result in breakage of the inner receptacles during transportation. PHMSA has PO 00000 Frm 00024 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 revised § 173.24(c)(2) to clarify that appropriate suitable cushioning is only required when necessary. Section 173.25 To promote the uniformity of markings, the UN Model Regulations have been revised to clarify and standardize the specifications for the overpack marking. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.25(a)(4) to be consistent with the revised specifications for these markings in the UN Model Regulations. Also consistent with the UN Model Regulations, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the depletion of supplies of existing markings, we are adopting a transitional period to authorize an overpack marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing an overpack marked with an overpack marking prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. PHMSA received one comment from RIPA providing general support for this amendment. Section 173.62 Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.62 relating to specific packaging requirements for explosives as follows: In paragraph (b), in the Explosives Table, the entry for UN0222 is revised to expand the packaging authorizations to include Packing Instruction 117 in addition to the existing Packaging Instructions 112(b) and 112(c). In paragraph (c), in the Table of Packing Methods, Packing Instruction 116 is revised to delete provision 5, which states that woven plastic bags (5H2 or 5H3) must be used only for UN 0082, 0241, 0331 and 0332. Packing Instruction 117 is revised to add provision 5 which states, ‘‘For UN0222, when other than metal or rigid plastics IBCs are used, they must be offered for transportation in a closed freight container or a closed transport vehicle.’’; and provision 6 which states, ‘‘For UN0222, flexible IBCs must be siftproof and water-resistant or must be fitted with a sift-proof and waterresistant liner.’’ Packing Instructions 131 and 137 are revised to expand the authorization for outer packagings to include solid plastic boxes (4H2). E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations Section 173.115 Section 173.115 prescribes the definitions for Class 2 materials. In this final rule a new paragraph (m) is added to define the term ‘‘Adsorbed gas.’’ The term means a gas which when packaged for transport is adsorbed onto a solid porous material resulting in an internal receptacle pressure of less than 101.3 kPa at 20 °C and less than 300 kPa at 50 °C. Currently the HMR do not prescribe requirements for the transport of adsorbed gases. In this final rule, PHMSA is adopting various transportation requirements for adsorbed gases. Therefore in this final rule we are adopting the above definition of an adsorbed gas based on the definition found in the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code and the ICAO TI. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Section 173.121 Section 173.121 prescribes the requirements for the selection of packing groups for Class 3 flammable liquids. Paragraph (b) of this section describes the criteria for inclusion of viscous Class 3 materials in Packing Group III. Paragraph (b)(1)(ii) currently states that the mixture cannot contain any substances with a primary or subsidiary risk of Division 6.1 or Class 8. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (b)(1)(ii) to clarify that a mixture or any separated solvent cannot contain any substances with a primary or subsidiary risk of Division 6.1 or Class 8. This change is consistent with the current language in the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code and the ICAO TI. Section 173.127 In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.127(a) to authorize an alternative test for assigning packing groups to Division 5.1 oxidizing solids. The test is in addition to the currently authorized test using potassium bromate/cellulose mixture. The alternative test uses calcium peroxide as a reference substance which is neither carcinogenic nor as acutely toxic as potassium bromate. In addition, the alternative test replaces the highly subjective visual determination of the burning time with a gravimetric determination of the burning rate. This change is consistent with the test adopted into the UN Model Regulations. Section 173.151 Section 173.151 provides exceptions for Class 4 hazardous materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (b) to replace a pre-existing paragraph (b)(2) relating to exceptions for charcoal VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 briquettes (NA1361) that was inadvertently deleted in the final rule dated January 7, 2013 (HM–215K; 78 FR 1101). Section 173.161 Section 173.161 prescribes packaging requirements for chemical kits and first aid kits that contain small amounts of hazardous materials. Paragraph (b)(2) contains the requirement that ‘‘The packing group assigned to the chemical kit and first aid kit as a whole must be the most stringent packing group assigned to any individual substance in the kit . . .’’ This requirement creates problems for shippers and air transport acceptance personnel because it does not specify what must be shown for the packing group on the shipping paper, or what packaging standard must be applied to kits containing hazardous materials to which no packing group is assigned. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (b)(2) to require that for kits containing only hazardous materials to which no packing group is assigned, a packing group need not be indicated on the shipping paper although such packagings shall meet the Packing Group II performance level. PHMSA received one comment from UPS providing full support for the amendments as proposed. Section 173.164 Section 173.164 prescribes requirements for the transportation of Mercury (metallic and articles containing mercury). In this final rule, PHMSA is eliminating the existing exception for lamps containing mercury in paragraph (a)(5) since this exception will be covered in the new § 173.11 relating to exceptions for shipment of light bulbs containing hazardous materials. Section 173.166 Section 173.166 prescribes requirements for the transportation of air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners, UN3268 and UN0503. Due to technological developments, new safety devices for vehicles are becoming available. The devices include pyromechanical devices that meet the definition of a hazardous material but are not accurately described by the proper shipping names Air bag inflators, Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners. The proper shipping name for these devices has been revised in the UN Model Regulations to ‘‘Safety devices, electrically initiated’’ for UN 3268 and ‘‘Safety devices, pyrotechnic’’ for UN0503. Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is adopting these PO 00000 Frm 00025 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1099 revised proper shipping names and revising § 173.166 to adopt the term ‘‘Safety Devices’’ for these items. An entry for the existing proper shipping name ‘‘Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners’’ has been left in the § 172.101 Hazardous Materials Table to direct the reader to the new proper shipping names ‘‘Safety devices, electrically initiated’’ and ‘‘Safety devices, pyrotechnic.’’ PHMSA received multiple comments (Takata, Autoliv, TRW Automotive, and COSTHA) supporting the inclusion of new proper shipping names for ‘‘Safety devices.’’ The current § 173.166(b)(1)(iv) provides that under certain conditions a Class 9 (UN3268) air bag inflator, air bag module, or seat-belt pretensioner design is not required to be submitted to the Associate Administrator for approval or assigned an EX number. In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed not extending this exception to all Class 9 safety devices and maintaining this exception only for air bag inflators, air bag modules, and seat-belt pretensioners. All other types of safety devices, such as pyromechanical devices, that are candidates for Class 9 must be submitted to the Associate Administrator for approval. Takata, Autoliv, TRW Automotive, and COSTHA provided comments opposing PHMSA’s proposal to not extend this exception to all ‘‘Safety, devices.’’ A summary of the commenters’ positions follows: • Employees who prepare shipping papers will have a difficult task to determine when an EX number is or is not required to be contained on the shipping paper, and training for this requirement by January 1, 2015 will be difficult to achieve. • Automated software used to prepare shipping papers for hazardous materials will not be capable of differentiating between air bag inflators, air bag modules, seat-belt pretensioners and all other Class 9 (UN3268) safety devices. Software programs are written to either require an EX number or not require an EX number for UN3268 (Class 9) devices. • Carriers are not capable of determining when a Class 9, UN3268 ‘‘Safety Device’’ does or does not require an EX number on the shipping papers. • PHMSA approved explosives test labs will witness testing of Safety Devices, other than air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners, to determine proper classification. The devices will either pass criteria for classification as Class 9 (UN3268), Class 1.4G (UN0503) or they will fail to obtain classification as a Safety Device. There E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1100 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations will be no increased risk to safety based on the explosives examiner’s classification determination. • The new Safety Devices, other than air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners, have already been manufactured and shipped for several years, but with classifications such as Class 1.4S (UN0323) or ‘‘Not regulated as a Class 1 Explosive’’. These devices typically contain significantly lower amounts of pyrotechnics, and therefore pose less risk to safety when shipping and handling. The commenters are not aware of any incidents or accidents involving these devices. • Adding the requirement for certain Safety Devices to be submitted to PHMSA for approval and an EX number will add to PHMSA’s approval workload. Current processing time for approvals is 180 to 200 days. This delay in bringing new products to market will hurt U.S. manufacturers and carriers because new products will be sourced to other nations. As noted in the proposed rule, the three items currently excepted have a long history of safety in their design and manufacture. New devices do not yet have such an established safety history. PHMSA, in the interest of safety, is limiting use of the exception to articles and devices currently authorized under the exception. PHMSA is not opposed to reexamining the exception from Associate Administrator approval for all safety devices, once a sufficient number of these new devices have been evaluated and the data provides assurance that an appropriate level of safety is maintained. PHMSA is however excepting these new types of safety devices classified as Class 9 materials from the requirement to mark the EX number on shipping papers and packages by revising § 173.166(c)(2). This revision addresses the commenters concerns about the ability for carriers and downstream offerors to know when a safety device classified as a Class 9 material does or does not require an EX number to be indicated on documentation or packages. Additionally, in this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new paragraph (d)(5) to § 173.166 to permit the continued transportation of an air bag inflator, air bag module, or seat-belt pretensioner that was classed and approved for transportation prior to January 1, 2015 under the terms of the existing approval, using the proper shipping name ‘‘Safety Devices’’ or ‘‘Safety Devices, Pyrotechnic’’ as appropriate. PHMSA received a comment from COSTHA noting potential logistical problems ensuring that all packages, VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 either currently in transportation or in storage awaiting further offering in transportation, are both marked and described with the new proper shipping names ‘‘Safety devices’’ or ‘‘Safety devices, pyrotechnic’’ as appropriate. COSTHA notes that while the majority of shippers of these devices are transitioning to the new authorized shipping names for documentation purposes, ensuring proper shipping name markings on packages are consistent with the new shipping names may prove difficult. COSTHA asks for a transitional period for packages containing ‘‘Air bag inflators’’, ‘‘Air bag modules’’, and ‘‘Seat-belt pretensioners’’ allowing them to be marked with previously authorized proper shipping names while shipping papers would indicate the new proper shipping names as proposed in the NPRM. PHMSA agrees that this situation may occur, and in this final rule PHMSA is adding a new paragraph (d)(6) to § 173.166 to permit until January 1, 2016, the domestic transportation by highway, rail, and vessel of packages containing ‘‘Air bag inflators’’, ‘‘Air bag modules’’, or ‘‘Seat-belt pretensioners’’ that are marked or documented either with a previously authorized proper shipping name (Air bag inflators, Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners) for these articles; or with the appropriate new proper shipping name authorized under this rulemaking (Safety devices or Safety devices, pyrotechnic). This exception can be applied in part or in whole. Packages may be marked with a previously authorized proper shipping name (e.g., Air bag inflators) and declared on shipping papers with a proper shipping name authorized under this rulemaking (e.g., Safety devices). Conversely, packages may be marked with a proper shipping name authorized under this rulemaking (e.g., Safety devices) and declared on shipping papers with a previously authorized proper shipping name (e.g., Air bag inflators). It is also important to note that in accordance with the January 1, 2016 delayed compliance date of this rulemaking, packages that are both marked and declared using a proper shipping name in effect on December 31, 2014 may continue to be offered for transport and transported until January 1, 2016. Section 173.167 Section 173.167 prescribes the requirements for consumer commodities intended for air transportation. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the drop test requirements in (a)(4) by including the criteria for passing the test. A completed consumer commodity PO 00000 Frm 00026 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 package will be considered to have passed the drop test if the outer packaging does not exhibit any damage liable to affect safety during transport and there is no leakage from the inner packaging(s). Section 173.176 This section addresses capacitors by prescribing the testing, marking, safety, and packaging requirements for electric double layer capacitors with energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 watt hours (Wh). In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.176 to include provisions for asymmetric capacitors in accordance with the new HMT entry ‘‘UN3508, Capacitor, asymmetric (with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3Wh).’’ In addition, paragraph (a)(5) presently requires that capacitors must be marked with the energy storage capacity in Wh. Many pre-existing capacitors do not have Wh marking and are not permitted to be transported even when all other requirements of this section are met. PHMSA is amending paragraph (a)(5) to require that the Wh marking is required for non-asymmetric capacitors manufactured after December 31, 2013 and for asymmetric capacitors manufactured after December 31, 2015. Section 173.181 This section prescribes the non-bulk packaging requirements applicable to pyrophoric liquids. On January 7, 2013, PHMSA published final rule PHMSA– 2012–0027 (HM–215L) [78 FR 987] to maintain alignment with international standards by incorporating various amendments, including changes to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport quantity limitations, and vessel stowage requirements. In that final rule, PHMSA revised paragraphs (b) and (c) to add authorized packagings for these materials. Paragraphs (c)1–3 were inadvertently deleted due to an incorrect amendatory instruction and in this final rule, PHMSA is placing paragraphs (c)1–3 back into § 173.181 as they were prior to the publication of HM–215L. Section 173.185 In this final rule, PHMSA is adding paragraph (b)(6) and revising paragraph(f)(3) to authorize and prescribe the use of a large packaging for a single large lithium battery or a battery contained in equipment. This authorization does not include transportation by aircraft. The addition of this packaging type into this section is consistent with provisions for lithium batteries in the UN Model Regulations. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations PHMSA received one comment from COSTHA in support of this proposal. The ICAO DGP took a decision during the most recent biennium to remove the alternative written documentation option in Section IB of ICAO TI Packing Instructions 965 and 968 and instead require a standard transport document (shipping paper). Section IB is applicable to packages that exceed the number or quantity (mass) limits for smaller lithium batteries in Section II of Packing Instructions 965 and 968, thus excepting such packages from specification packaging requirements when containing no more than 2.5 kg of lithium metal cells or batteries or 10 kg of lithium ion cells or batteries per package. As this revision will appear in the 2015–2016 Edition of the ICAO TI, in this final rule PHMSA is amending paragraph (c)(4)(v) to require a shipping paper for these packages containing no more than 2.5 kg of lithium metal cells or batteries or 10 kg of lithium ion cells or batteries per package. PHMSA sought input as to the costs and benefits of harmonizing the provisions of the HMR with the provisions of the ICAO Technical Instructions by requiring shipping papers as opposed to alternative documentation. PHMSA also solicited comments on the costs and benefits of maintaining a domestic difference within the HMR to continue to allow the use of the alternative documentation in lieu of a shipping paper as required by the ICAO Technical Instructions. PHMSA received comments from UPS and Alaska Airlines concerning removal of the alternative document. UPS supported our proposed change to the documentation requirement for packages containing smaller lithium batteries transported in accordance with § 173.185(c)(4)(v). UPS also commented that the proposal to introduce a shipping paper requirement for shipments offered under § 173.185(c)(4)(v) could be interpreted to conflict with the statement in the preceding paragraph § 173.185(c) that such shipments are excepted from the requirements in subparts C through H of part 172. UPS suggests that § 173.185(c) should be clarified in this regard. We agree clarification is warranted. Alaska Airlines commented that they would like to see increased harmonization between the 49 CFR and ICAO TI with regard to the documentation required while stating there is no reason to deviate from the ICAO TI. We agree, and note that the amendments proposed do provide for such consistency. Taking into account the comments from Alaska Airlines, PHMSA confirmed that the proposed VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 documentation amendments do align with the requirements of the ICAO TI. However, in this final rule PHMSA is revising § 173.185(c)(4)(v) as suggested by UPS for clarity. This editorial amendment will clarify that packages offered in accordance with § 173.185(c)(4)(v) are subject to the shipping paper requirements of subpart C of Part 172. At the April 2014 meeting, the ICAO Working Group on Lithium Batteries, forbade the shipment of lithium metal cells and batteries as cargo on passenger aircraft with the exception of lithium metal cells and batteries packed with or contained in equipment not exceeding 5 kg net weight. This prohibition of lithium metal batteries as cargo on passenger aircraft is consistent with current HMR requirements. As a consequence to this prohibition, Section II of Packing Instruction 968 in the ICAO TI was amended to require shipments of small lithium metal cells and batteries to display the ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label where previously only a lithium battery handling marking was required. Presently under the HMR, a package containing such lithium metal cells or batteries as provided in § 173.185(c)(1)(iii), is required to be marked ‘‘PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES—FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT’’ or ‘‘LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES—FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT.’’ In this final rule, PHMSA is providing an alternative to the existing marking requirement in § 173.185(c)(1)(iii) with the option to display a ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label. This allowance to either utilize the current marking or the ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label provides shippers with the flexibility to utilize supplies of preprinted markings or packagings, while also allowing shippers to transition to the use of the ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ if desired. PHMSA received comments from UPS and COSTHA in support of the proposal. UPS also commented that the provision in this paragraph excepting lithium metal cells or batteries packed with or contained in equipment in quantities ‘‘less than 5 kg net weight’’ from the § 173.185(c)(1)(iii) marking requirement differs slightly in wording from the current ICAO TI and previous requirements of the HMR. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising § 173.185(c)(1)(iii) as proposed in the NPRM with an additional editorial revision to clarify that lithium metal cells or batteries packed with or contained in equipment in quantities PO 00000 Frm 00027 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1101 ‘‘not exceeding’’ as opposed to ‘‘less than’’ 5 kg net weight are not subject to the marking or ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label requirement. This provides editorial consistency with the provisions of the ICAO TI. Section 173.199 In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the Category B infectious substance marking in § 173.199(a)(5) to be consistent with the revised specifications for these markings in the UN Model Regulations. Also consistent with the UN Model Regulations, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the depletion of supplies of existing markings, we are adopting a transitional period to authorize a Category B infectious substance marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a packaging marked with a Category B infectious substance marking prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. Section 173.225 This section prescribes packaging requirements and other provisions for organic peroxides. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the Organic Peroxide Portable Tank Table in paragraph (g). PHMSA is revising the entry in the second column of the table pertaining to the hazardous material ‘‘Peroxyacetic acid, distilled, stabilized, not more than 41%’’ to include a Note 1, that a ‘‘Corrosive’’ subsidiary risk placard is required.’’ The adoption of this requirement is consistent with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations. Section 173.231 Currently, the § 172.101 HMT Column (8B) packaging authorization for Ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension, or gel, UN3375, directs the reader to § 173.214 which requires that packagings and methods of shipment must be approved by the Associate Administrator prior to the first shipment. In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new § 173.231 titled ‘‘Ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension, or gel’’ and assigning this section to UN3375 to authorize and prescribe the use of non-bulk packagings for this material. The requirements of the new section are E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1102 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations consistent with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations. consistent with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations. Section 173.251 Section 173.307 Section 173.307 provides exceptions from the regulations for compressed gases. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (a)(5) relating to manufactured articles or apparatuses to clarify that the exception for manufactured articles does not include light bulbs. The exceptions for light bulbs are contained in the new § 173.11 relating to exceptions for shipment of light bulbs containing hazardous materials. Also, we are revising paragraph (a)(6) relating to light bulbs to clarify that the exceptions do not apply to light bulbs as described in the new § 173.11 relating to exceptions for shipment of light bulbs containing hazardous materials. Currently, the § 172.101 HMT Column (8C) packaging authorization for Ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension, or gel, UN3375, directs the reader to § 173.214 which requires that packagings and method of shipment must be approved by the Associate Administrator prior to the first shipment. In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new § 173.251 titled ‘‘Bulk packaging for ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension, or gel’’ and assigning this section to UN3375 to authorize and prescribe the use of IBC’s for this material. The requirements of the new section are consistent with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations. Section 173.301b In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (c) relating to pressure receptacle valve requirements to include that a valve manufactured on or before December 31, 2008, conforming to the requirements in ISO 10297:1999 is authorized. This proposed revision is consistent with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations. The redesignation of several paragraphs in § 178.71 requires an amendment to paragraph (g) of § 173.301b. The current reference for marking requirements for cylinders manufactured in accordance with the requirements for underwater use direct the user to § 178.71(o)(17). This citation is incorrect prior to the publication of this rule and should have been (p)(18). With the redesignation of § 178.71(p) as paragraph (q), this reference is being changed to § 178.71(q)(18). Section 173.302 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 In this final rule, PHMSA is adopting the new UN Model Regulation requirements for the transportation of adsorbed gases in cylinders. This section specifies requirements for the filling of cylinders with non-liquefied (permanent) compressed gases. PHMSA is amending the title of this section and paragraph (a) to include and specify requirements for the transportation of adsorbed gases. Section 172.302c In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new § 173.302c to adopt the new authorization in the UN Model Regulations for the transportation of adsorbed gases in UN pressure receptacles. The adoption of these requirements into this new section is VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Section 173.309 Section 173.309 prescribes requirements for fire extinguishers. In this final rule, we are adding a new introductory paragraph describing fire extinguisher types authorized for transport in accordance with this section and covered by the HMT entry ‘‘UN1044, Fire extinguishers.’’ PHMSA received one comment from UPS providing general support for the proposed amendments as proposed. Section 173.403 Consistent with the UN Model regulations, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising two definitions in § 173.403 relating to the transportation of Class 7 (Radioactive Materials). ‘‘Exclusive Use’’ is revised to clarify that it also applies to the shipment of the load and that exclusive use only applies when compliance is required by the regulations. ‘‘Freight Container’’ is revised to eliminate the requirement that a ‘‘small freight container’’ has one outer dimension less than 1.5 m (4.9 feet). Section 173.415 Section 173.415 authorizes Type A packages for the transport of Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending paragraph (d) to reflect the incorporation by reference (IBR) of the IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6 2012 Edition. Please see the Section-by-Section Review under § 171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference. Section 173.416 Section 173.416 authorizes Type B packages for the transport of Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PO 00000 Frm 00028 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 PHMSA is amending paragraph (b) to reflect the incorporation by reference (IBR) of the IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6 2012 Edition. Please see the Section-by-Section Review under § 171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference. Section 173.417 Section 173.417 authorizes fissile materials packages for the transport of Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending paragraphs (a)(1)(iii) and (b)(2) to reflect the incorporation by reference (IBR) of the IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR– 6 2012 Edition. Please see the Sectionby-Section Review under § 171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference. Section 173.420 Section 173.420 prescribes the transport conditions for uranium hexafluoride. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending this paragraph to note that fissile-excepted shipments less than 0.1 kg may be offered under UN3507. These requirements align with IAEA SSR–6 requirements, while maintaining general packaging requirements from §§ 173.24 and 173.24a. Section 173.435 Section 173.435 provides a table of A1 and A2 values for radionuclides for Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending note a to the table to reflect the incorporation by reference (IBR) of the IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6 2012 Edition. Please see the Section-by-Section Review under § 171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference. Section 173.466 Section 173.466 specifies additional tests for Type A packagings designed for liquids and gases. During the review of this section, we found that paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) were inadvertently removed in a final rule published in the Federal Register on July 11, 2014 (79 FR 40589; HM–250). As a result, PHMSA is reinstating (a)(1) and (a)(2) as they read prior to publication of the HM–250 final rule. Section 173.473 Section 173.473 provides the requirements for foreign made packages for the transport of Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the introductory paragraph and paragraph (a)(1) to reflect the incorporation by reference (IBR) of the E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6 2012 Edition. Please see the Section-bySection Review under § 171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference. Part 175 Section 175.9 Section 175.9 prescribes the applicability of the HMR to special aircraft and rotocraft operations. This section also prescribes the conditions under which certain operations may be performed in accordance with 14 CFR and 49 CFR (e.g., avalanche and weather control). Consistent with the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraphs (b)(6) and (b)(6)(v) by including ‘‘ice jam control’’ and ‘‘landslide clearance’’ for operations where explosives are used in a similar manner to avalanche control. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Section 175.10 Section 175.10 specifies the conditions for which passengers, crew members, or an operator may carry hazardous materials aboard an aircraft. Consistent with revisions to the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is making several revisions to this section. PHMSA is revising paragraph (a)(11), applicable to passenger provisions for self-inflating life jackets, to include different types of self-inflating personal safety devices in order to account for those carried by, but not limited to, motorcycle and horseback riders. In addition, PHMSA is clarifying that a passenger is limited to one self-inflating safety device, in addition to two spare cartridges, and is requiring that both the safety device and spares be packed in such a manner that they cannot be accidently activated. PHMSA is adding a new subparagraph (a)(18)(iv) to clarify that articles containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries, with a primary function to provide power to another device, must be carried as spare batteries in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph. Examples of such articles are portable power banks, portable charging stations, portable battery chargers, portable rechargers, back-up battery power stations, battery power packs, and auxiliary power sources containing lithium batteries. During the review of this provision, we found that the preceding paragraph (a)(18)(iii) was inadvertently removed in a final rule published in the Federal Register on August 6, 2014 (79 FR 46011; HM– 224F). As a result, PHMSA is reinstating (a)(18)(iii). VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PHMSA is revising paragraph (a)(24), applicable to small cartridges for other devices, by amending the phrase ‘‘small cylinders’’ to ‘‘small cartridges,’’ and restricting the carriage of small gas cartridges to only those without a subsidiary risk. The existing operator approval requirement was moved to make it more clearly align with the ICAO TI. Section 175.25 Section 175.25 prescribes the notification that operators must provide to passengers regarding restrictions on the types of hazardous material they may or may not carry aboard an aircraft on their person or in checked or carryon baggage. Consistent with revisions to the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (b) as follows: (1) For all ticket purchases, clarify that the hazardous materials notification must be presented at the point of ticket purchase, or if this is not practical, made available to passengers in another manner prior to the check-in process and; (2) for such internet purchases, require that the final ticket purchase cannot be completed until the passenger or a person acting on the passenger’s behalf has been presented with this information, in addition to the existing requirement to indicate that they understand the restrictions on hazardous materials in baggage. PHMSA is revising paragraph (c) as follows: (1) Replace the text ‘‘provided’’ with ‘‘presented’’ to make it clear that passengers must see information on the types of hazardous material forbidden to be transported before proceeding with check-in and; (2) require that the checkin process cannot be completed until the passenger or a person acting on the passenger’s behalf has been presented with the hazardous materials information, in addition to the existing requirement to indicate that they understand the restrictions on hazardous materials in baggage. It was reported that some operators published the required information in areas on a Web site that were not always visible to the passenger, believing that this met the requirement of being ‘‘provided.’’ In paragraphs (b) and (c) PHMSA is removing the present effective dates of January 1, 2015 and the word ‘‘phone’’ used as an example of a ticket purchase or check-in completed remotely. Furthermore, PHMSA is removing the words ‘‘regardless if the process is completed remotely (e.g., via the Internet and Phone) or when completed at the airport, with or without assistance from another person (e.g., automated check in facility)’’ in order to bring paragraph (b) into full alignment with PO 00000 Frm 00029 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1103 7;5.1.1 of the ICAO TI. By removing the examples in conjunction with other revisions to paragraph (b) it is now clear that passenger notification is required for all ticket purchases; however, for assisted ticket purchase transactions via the telephone, the hazardous materials information may be provided to the passenger using any suitable method prior to the check-in process and passenger acknowledgement is not required. These revisions represent full harmonization with the ICAO TI and additional flexibility in meeting the passenger notification requirements and, therefore, the previous effective date of January 1, 2015 is waived as of publication of the rule. In addition, the revision is consistent with a petition for rulemaking (P–1623) filed by COSTHA since it provides clarification for ticket purchases made via the telephone, permitting the hazardous materials notification to be made available in another manner to passengers prior to the check-in process. PHMSA received comments from Jeffery Richmond, COSTHA, and the ASTA on the proposed amendments. Jeffery Richmond and ASTA both provide general support for the amendments. Mr. Richmond notes that the changes as proposed would bring § 175.25(b) into full compliance with the ICAO TI. COSTHA also provided support for the proposed amendments, but would like to note that there is a question of how the Advisory Circular (AC) will be drafted after implementation date of the final rule. COSTHA further asked if the FAA will continue to update the circular after the final rule comes into force or if this guidance information be eliminated. Lastly, COSTHA asked if PHMSA would continue to communicate with the FAA in the future on this issue. The FAA chartered an Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC), which then developed recommendations for an AC on Passenger Notification of Hazardous Materials Regulations. PHMSA notes that the referenced ARC recommendations were submitted to the FAA on November 1, 2013, and a request for comments was issued by the FAA in the Federal Register on March 4, 2014 (See 79 FR 12133). The ARC recommendations are considered open pending FAA review and are beyond the scope of this rulemaking. PHMSA will continue to communicate with the FAA on all matters relating to the safe transportation of hazardous materials by aircraft. Section 175.30 Section 175.30 prescribes inspection procedures for operators. Paragraph E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1104 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 (e)(1) prohibits an overpack from containing a package bearing the ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label unless certain conditions are met and the overpack affords clear visibility of and easy access to the package contained within. In this final rule, PHMSA is removing paragraph (e)(1) consistent with revisions made to the ICAO TI in which current provisions require accessibility to the overpack when loaded aboard an aircraft, not the individual packages contained within, making reference to packages redundant. As the loading requirements in § 175.75(d)(1) require a package bearing the ‘‘CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label to be accessible once loaded on the aircraft, but do not require that they are visible, the requirements in (e)(1) place an unnecessary burden on offerors without any additional safety function in the loading process. Paragraph (a)(5) states that no person may accept for transportation aboard an aircraft shipments of lithium batteries described with an alternative written document authorized in § 173.185(c)(4)(v) unless the aircraft operator ensures the hazardous material is described on alternative written documentation when authorized in accordance with § 173.185(c)(4)(v). The removal of the alternative written document from § 173.185(c)(4)(v) necessitates the removal of this paragraph. PHMSA received comments from COSTHA and UPS addressing our proposed amendments to § 175.30. COSTHA supported the removal of (e)(1) noting that this requirement is not relevant and leads to confusion. COSTHA also supported the removal of (a)(5) as the allowance of an alternate document in the HMR would create significant confusion for air carrier acceptance agents. UPS supports the amendments as proposed in the interest of global consistency. Section 175.33 Section 175.33 establishes requirements for shipping papers and for the notification of the pilot-incommand when hazardous materials are transported by aircraft. With the exception of package type, paragraph (a)(1)(i) currently requires any additional shipping paper description requirements provided in §§ 172.202, and 172.203 to be included on the notification of the pilot-incommand. Section 172.203(k) requires the use of technical names for ‘‘n.o.s.’’ and generic descriptions for proper shipping names identified by the letter ‘‘G’’ in column (1) of the § 172.101 Table. In this final rule, PHMSA is VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 revising paragraph (a)(1)(i) to state that technical names are not required to be provided on the notification of pilot-incommand. This clarification aligns the HMR with changes adopted in the ICAO TI and supports the overall goal of harmonization. Harmonization of the notification of pilot-in-command requirements ensures consistency across all air operators thus reducing impediments in commerce and reducing costs associated with training to two different sets of standards. In addition, the technical name is not referenced in the Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods (Doc 9481) or the North American Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). The ICAO panel determined that the technical names provided little benefit to safety, particularly during the initial stage of emergency response while the number of materials requiring a technical name is on the rise, thereby increasing the burden on operators to provide this information. In addition, the technical name is not referenced in the Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods (Doc 9481) or the North American Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). Paragraphs (a)(12) and (c)(5) both mention the alternative written document authorized in § 173.185(c)(4)(v). The removal of the alternative written document from § 173.185(c)(4)(v) necessitates the removal of these paragraphs. Any information required to be a part of the notification of the pilot-in-command previously under paragraph (a)(12) will be detailed on a shipping paper and be included on the notification of the pilotin-command. PHMSA received two comments concerning our proposed amendments to § 175.33. COSTHA and UPS support the removal of the technical name from the notification of pilot-in-command requirements. Section 175.630 Section 175.630 prescribes special requirements for Division 6.1 (Toxic) and 6.2 (Infectious) materials in the HMT. Consistent with revisions to the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is removing paragraph (a) which prescribes segregation requirements for certain Division 6.1 or Division 6.2 materials in the same compartment of an aircraft with material marked as or known to be a foodstuff, feed, or any other edible material intended for consumption by humans or animals. At the time these segregation requirements were initially included in the ICAO TI PO 00000 Frm 00030 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 and the HMR, the packing instructions were much less detailed than they are at present. The UN Model Regulations do not impose segregation requirements for Division 6.2 infectious substances. The segregation requirements for infectious substances under the ICAO TI and HMR only apply to UN2814 and UN2900 which already require robust triple packagings. For Division 6.1, the UN Recommendations allow the segregation requirements to be relaxed for substances in Packing Groups II and III, provided the competent authority is satisfied that the packing and segregation are adequate to prevent contamination. In addition, the inspection procedures prescribed in § 175.30 require a physical check to ensure that the packagings are free from damage. The revisions adopted in this final rule are consistent with a petition for rulemaking (P–1631) filed by UPS, Inc., who voiced strong support for such action. PHMSA received comments from COSTHA, DGAC, and UPS concerning our proposed removal of the segregation requirement. Both COSTHA and UPS support this proposal. DGAC commented that authorizing materials identified as Division 6.1 or 6.2 to be loaded in the same compartment as materials known to be food or foodstuffs may have a disruptive and underappreciated effect on companies that must operate under Food Safety Management Systems. The possibility of mixed loads of food products and Class 6 materials will require a re-evaluation of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plans for companies shipping food in the air mode. PHMSA has reviewed the removal of the segregation requirement with regard to the effect on HACCP plans and has determined that the removal of § 175.630(a) is suitable for incorporation as proposed. To ensure consumers do not get sick, an HACCP plan requires companies shipping food to identify critical control points and establish safety protocols. These critical control points include transportation and transportation related activities such as temperature control during transit, storage, loading, unloading and physical security. Our review has determined that HACCP plan requirements are not specific to any particular hazardous material class when properly packaged in accordance with the HMR or corresponding international standard. Section 175.705 Section 175.705 prescribes requirements for aircraft that have been contaminated with radioactive material and the procedures that must be E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations followed prior to returning the aircraft to service. Consistent with revisions to the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (c) by stating that the dose rate at every accessible surface ‘‘must not exceed’’ 0.005 mSv per hour, where it presently states ‘‘is less than.’’ Part 176 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Section 176.80 Section 176.80 details segregation requirements in addition to any segregation requirements set forth elsewhere in subchapter C. In this final rule, PHMSA is adopting a prohibition on stowing goods of Division 1.4, compatibility group S, in the same compartment, hold, or cargo transport unit with hazardous materials of Class 1 of compatibility groups A and L. Limited quantity shipments are currently excepted from segregation requirements for vessel transport by both the IMDG Code and the HMR. The IMO noted that when creating this exception, a long standing prohibition on stowing limited quantity goods of Division 1.4, compatibility group S, in the same compartment, hold, or cargo transport unit with hazardous materials of Class 1, compatibility groups A and L, was not carried over into amendment 36–12 of the IMDG Code. Amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code reinstates these segregation provisions, and PHMSA is adopting an equivalent change. Section 176.83 Section 176.83 details segregation requirements for hazardous materials vessel transport. Paragraph (b) includes a table for users to determine segregation requirements between various Classes (Divisions) of hazardous materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the segregation requirements for vessel transportation between hazardous materials of Class 4.3 (dangerous when wet) and Class 2.1 (flammable gas), and Class 3 (flammable liquid). Changes in the segregation table in paragraph (b) are to change the segregation requirements between goods of Class 4.3 and Class 2.1 from an ‘‘x’’ (segregation, if any, is shown in the § 172.101 table) to a ‘‘2’’ (separated from), and between goods of Class 4.3 and Class 3 from a ‘‘1’’ (away from) to a ‘‘2’’ (separated from). The meaning of these terms differs depending on the method of transport onboard a vessel (shipping break-bulk cargo versus segregation of cargo transport units on board container vessels). PHMSA assumes the majority of commodities transported by vessel that will be affected are offered in closed cargo transport units (CTU). VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 The segregation changes adopted in this final rule are based on amendments adopted by the IMO and are aimed at enhancing efforts to prevent the spread of fire in an emergency situation. Fire extinguishing methods available to vessel crews are often quite limited. Due to these limited fire extinguishing options, the only recommended option to control the consequences of a fire originating from these goods is to let the fire burn and to prevent the spread of fire to other cargo or equipment which is crucial for the safe operation of the ship. These changes are intended to address situations where a fire originates in a shipment of flammable liquids or gases and is likely to spread to goods which cannot be extinguished, or when a fire originates in goods which cannot be extinguished and threatens to spread to highly flammable goods. The new segregation distances will enhance efforts to control the emergency situation. PHMSA received one comment from IVODGA fully supporting the amendments as proposed. Section 176.84 Section 176.84 prescribes the meanings and requirements for numbered or alpha-numeric stowage provisions for vessel shipments listed in column 10B of the § 172.101 Hazardous Materials Table. The provisions in § 176.84 are broken down into general stowage provisions whose meanings are defined in the ‘‘table of provisions’’ in paragraph (b), and the stowage provisions applicable to vessel shipments of Class 1 explosives, which are defined in the table to paragraph (c)(2). In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the title of the section to note that the codes in column 10B address not only codes for stowage requirements, but also handling requirements that need to be observed during loading of the hazardous materials. PHMSA is also creating footnote 3 and assigning it to stowage provision 12 and 13. Footnote 3 is added to note that these provisions apply not only to stowage of the cargo transport unit, but also to the loading of hazardous materials into the cargo transport unit. PHMSA is additionally creating new stowage provisions 147 and 148 consistent with changes adopted in Amendment 37–14 of the IMDG Code. Stowage provision 147 is adopted to read ‘‘Stow ‘‘separated from’’ flammable gases and flammable liquids.’’ Stowage provision 148 is adopted to read ‘‘In addition: from flammable gases and flammable liquids when stowed on deck of a containership a minimum distance PO 00000 Frm 00031 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1105 of two container spaces athwartship shall be maintained, when stowed on ro-ro ships a distance of 6 m athwartship shall be maintained.’’ Section 176.905 Section 176.905 prescribes specific requirements for motor vehicles or mechanical equipment powered by internal combustion engines that are offered for transportation and transported by vessel. In this final rule, PHMSA is proposing to align our exceptions with those recently adopted by the IMO. PHMSA is amending paragraphs (i)(1), (i)(2), (i)(4), and (i)(5) to require as a condition of exception from the subchapter that batteries installed in motor vehicles or mechanical equipment powered by internal combustion engines be protected from short circuit. PHMSA is also revising paragraph (i)(2), which provides conditions that must be met for vehicles or mechanical equipment with an internal combustion engine that uses liquid fuel with a flashpoint of 38 °C (100 °F) or higher. Currently up to 418 L (110 gallons) may remain in the equipment or vehicle, and if other noted conditions are met the vehicle is excepted from all other requirements of subchapter C. PHMSA is raising this fuel threshold to 450 L (119 gallons). PHMSA is adding paragraph (i)(6) to add exceptions for fuel cell powered vehicles or mechanical equipment with an internal combustion engine powered by fuel cells. When the engine is protected from inadvertent operation by closing fuel supply lines or by other means, and the fuel supply reservoir has been drained and sealed, the vehicle or mechanical equipment is excepted from the requirements of subchapter C. PHMSA received one comment from IVODGA fully supporting the proposed changes to § 176.905 and relevant exceptions as well as the proposed clarifications as presented. IVODGA noted that ‘‘by requiring the batteries to be protected from short circuiting, and to increase the amount of fuel to the maximum of 119 liters would effectively create a uniform standard and eliminate frustrated shipments where prior differences created different requirements.’’ Part 178 Section 178.71 Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, in this final rule PHMSA is revising paragraph (a) to clarify that UN pressure receptacles and service equipment constructed according to the standards applicable at the date of E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1106 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations manufacture may continue in use subject to the continuing qualification and maintenance provisions of part 180 of the subchapter. PHMSA is revising paragraphs (d)(2), (g), and (k) to reflect the adoption of the latest ISO standards for the design, construction, and testing of gas cylinders and their associated service equipment. These paragraphs also contain end dates when cylinders and service equipment are no longer authorized to be manufactured in accordance with the outdated ISO standard. PHMSA received one comment from Sally Mitchell questioning the accuracy of the statement in § 178.71(d)(2), ‘‘Until December 31, 2008, the manufacture of a valve conforming to the requirements in ISO 10297:1999 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized.’’ This statement is accurate and consistent with the language contained in the UN Model Regulations to authorize valves that were manufactured prior to January 1, 2009 and conform with the requirements of ISO 10297:1999. Sally Mitchell also suggested revising § 178.71(g)(1), (g)(2) and (g)(3) to permit the continued manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements of the applicable the 1999 publication of ISO 9809–1 and the 2000 publication of ISO 9809–2 and 9809–3 until the later of December 31, 2018 or 10 years from the initial DOT design approval to allow manufacturers to recover their type approval expenses over the 10 year life of the approval instead of just 4 years. PHMSA does not believe this change is necessary, as a design approval is independent of the regulations and is authorized for the valid life of the approval regardless of the limitations imposed by the regulations. Consistent with the UN Model Regulations PHMSA is adding a new paragraph (n) and redesignating existing paragraphs (n) through (s). The new paragraph (n) adopts design and construction requirements of UN cylinders for the transportation of adsorbed gases, consistent with those adopted into the UN Model Regulations. Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is revising the redesignated paragraph (o) to adopt the current ISO standards relating to material compatibility. Paragraphs (r) and (t) are being revised to change references to paragraph (p) to the newly redesignated paragraph (q). Finally, PHMSA is adding new paragraphs (u) and (v) to adopt the marking requirements for bundles of cylinders that have been adopted in the UN Model regulations. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Section 178.75 Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is revising paragraph (d)(3) to reflect the adoption of the latest ISO standards for the design, construction, and testing of gas cylinders that are part of multipleelement gas containers (MEGCs). This paragraph also contains end dates when the cylinders that are part of MEGCs are no longer authorized to be manufactured in accordance with the outdated ISO standard. Section 178.703 The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for markings, including the marking of IBCs, and to promote the uniformity of markings throughout the international transportation community. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the markings prescribed in § 178.703(b)(7)(iii) to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations. Also consistent with the UN Model Regulations, a transitional period is being proposed to authorize markings in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue to be applied to all IBCs manufactured, repaired or remanufactured between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing an IBC marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. PHMSA received one comment from RIPA providing general support for the amended IBC stacking or not designed for stacking marking specifications. RIPA did however recommend PHMSA extend the requirement to mark IBCs with the stacking or not designed for stacking mark to include IBC’s undergoing routine maintenance. Currently the HMR requires this marking to be applied to all IBCs manufactured, repaired, or remanufactured prior to January 1, 2011. The amendments proposed in the NPRM were consistent with those adopted by international standards. Expanding the marking requirement to IBCs undergoing routine maintenance was not the intent of this regulatory amendment and would be inconsistent with the requirements of the international standards. Section 178.910 In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (a) relating to the marking of PO 00000 Frm 00032 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 large packagings to include markings for large salvage packagings. Following the large packaging design type identification code on a large packaging, a large salvage packaging conforming to the requirements of subpart P of part 178 is to be marked with the letter ‘‘T.’’ This change is consistent with the UN Model Regulations. In addition, to promote the uniformity of markings throughout the international transportation community, the UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for markings, including the marking of large packagings and large salvage packaging. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the markings prescribed in § 178.910(b). Also consistent with the UN Model Regulations, we are adopting a transitional period to authorize markings in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue to be applied to all large packagings manufactured, repaired or remanufactured between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a large packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful life. Part 180 Section 180.207 Section 180.207 prescribes the requirements for requalification of UN pressure receptacles. Table 1 in paragraph (c) of § 180.207 provides requalification intervals for UN pressure receptacles. In this final rule, PHMSA is adding an additional entry to the end of Table 1 to prescribe a requalification interval of 5 years for UN culinders used for adsorbed gases. This requalification period is consistent with the requalification period adopted in the UN Model Regulations for the use of these cylinders. Section 173.302c relating to authorization for the use of cylinders for adsorbed gases directs the reader to this section for the requalification period for these cylinders. A new paragraph (d)(5) provides that each UN cylinder used for adsorbed gases must be inspected and tested in accordance with § 173.302c and ISO 11513:2011. Both § 173.302c and ISO 11513:2011 have been addressed in this final rule. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 VI. Regulatory Analyses and Notices A. Statutory/Legal Authority for This Rulemaking This final rule is published under the following statutory authorities: 1. 49 U.S.C. 5103(b) authorizes the Secretary of Transportation to prescribe regulations for the safe transportation, including security, of hazardous materials in intrastate, interstate, and foreign commerce. This final rule amends regulations to maintain alignment with international standards by incorporating various amendments, including changes to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport quantity limitations and vessel stowage requirements. To this end, the final rule amends the HMR to more fully align with the biennial updates of the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code and the ICAO TI. Harmonization serves to facilitate international commerce and promotes the safety of people, property, and the environment by reducing the potential for confusion and misunderstanding that could result if shippers and transporters were required to comply with two or more conflicting sets of regulatory requirements. While the intent of this rulemaking is to align the HMR with international standards, we review and consider each amendment on its own merit based on its overall impact on transportation safety and the economic implications associated with its adoption into the HMR. Our goal is to harmonize without sacrificing the current HMR level of safety and without imposing undue burdens on the regulated community. Thus, as explained in the corresponding sections above, we are not harmonizing with certain specific provisions of the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code, and the ICAO TI. Moreover, we are maintaining a number of current exceptions for domestic transportation that should minimize the compliance burden on the regulated community. Additionally, the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Department of Energy, and U.S. Department of Interior were consulted in the development of this rule. 2. 49 U.S.C. 5120(b) authorizes the Secretary of Transportation to ensure that, to the extent practicable, regulations governing the transportation of hazardous materials in commerce are consistent with standards adopted by international authorities. This final rule is amending the HMR to maintain alignment with international standards by incorporating various amendments to facilitate the transport of hazardous VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 material in international commerce. As discussed in detail above, PHMSA is incorporating changes into the HMR based on the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, Amendment 37– 14 to the IMDG Code, and the 2015– 2016 Edition of the ICAO TI, which becomes effective January 1, 2015. The large volume of hazardous materials transported in international commerce warrants the harmonization of domestic and international requirements to the greatest extent possible. B. Executive Orders 12866 and 13563 and DOT Regulatory Policies and Procedures This final rule is not considered a significant regulatory action under section 3(f) of Executive Order 12866 (‘‘Regulatory Planning and Review’’) and, therefore, was not reviewed by the Office of Management and Budget. This final rule is not considered a significant rule under the Regulatory Policies and Procedures of the Department of Transportation (44 FR 11034). Additionally, E.O. 13563 (‘‘Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review’’) supplements and reaffirms E.O. 12866, stressing that, to the extent permitted by law, an agency rulemaking action must be based on benefits that justify its costs, impose the least burden, consider cumulative burdens, maximize benefits, use performance objectives, and assess available alternatives. Benefits to Harmonization In an earlier regulatory evaluation,3 we estimated a proxy for benefits of harmonization of the HMR with international standards of $62 million. More specifically, this $62 million was estimated by multiplying a hazard communication cost per dollar of hazardous materials output—$0.001— by the value of hazardous materials involved in international trade, as estimated by the proportion of trade (the total of gross imports and gross exports) in the fuels and lubricants, chemicals, and medicinal/dental/pharmaceutical products industries ($498 billion in 2010) 4 that are hazardous products (i.e., 12.4 percent).5 6 For estimating benefits of this final rule, we follow a nearly identical approach with updated data and using 3 HM–215L: Hazardous Materials: Harmonization with International Standards (RRR), Final Rule, Section V.B., 78 FR 1023 et seq., January 7, 2013. 4 As reported in the quarterly trade data of the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, available at: https://www.bea.gov/international/detailed_trade_ data.htm. 5 U.S. Census Bureau’s 2007 Commodity Flow Survey, Table 10. 6 See Section V.B. for more detailed calculations of these figures. PO 00000 Frm 00033 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1107 assumptions where possible. 2012 Commodity Flow Survey data on hazardous materials are not yet available as of the date of this regulatory evaluation. The 12.4 percent proportion of total shipment values classed as hazardous materials estimated in the earlier regulatory evaluation may have had a high-side bias due to the variety of different classes of products classified as hazardous. In actuality, the percentage of shipments properly classified as hazardous is likely lower, particularly for medicinal/dental/ pharmaceuticals. Here, we assume a slightly lower proportion to arrive at an estimate of benefits of 10 percent. We update our estimate of value of hazardous materials involved in international trade by using U.S. Trade in Goods seasonally adjusted, Censusbased total gross imports and gross exports in the fuels and lubricants, chemicals, and medicinal/dental/ pharmaceutical products industries for the fourth quarter of 2013, the most recent quarter available— • Gross imports: $134 billion (rounded) Æ Fuels and lubricants: $94.744 billion Æ Chemicals: $18.637 billion Æ Medicinal/dental/pharmaceutical products: $20.613 billion • Gross exports: $85.8 billion (rounded) Æ Fuels and lubricants: $44.301 billion Æ Chemicals: $30.089 billion Æ Medicinal/dental/pharmaceutical products: $11.416 billion • Gross imports plus gross exports: $219.8 billion 7 Multiplying the quarterly estimate of $219.8 billion by 4 gives an annual estimate of gross imports plus gross exports in the three industries of $879.2 billion. Multiplying this figure by 10 percent (the estimated proportion of annual trade in these three industries that are hazardous products) by the average hazard communication cost per dollar of hazardous materials produced in the United States ($0.001) results in an estimate of benefits from adoption and incorporation of international standards of $87.9 million (rounded) annually. If U.S. regulations are not harmonized with international standards, we estimate that it will cost U.S. companies an additional $87.9 million per year to comply with both the HMR and the 7 Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Trade in Goods (IDS–0008), available at: https://www.bea.gov/international/ detailed_trade_data.htm. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1108 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations international standards. Harmonizing the HMR with the international standards, however, will avert these $87.9 million in additional costs, and these averted costs are therefore considered the primary benefit attributable to this rulemaking. Costs of Harmonization. The primary cost of updating references in the U.S. HMR (to incorporate the most recent international hazardous material standards) is the purchase of updated copies of the international standards being incorporated by reference in the HMR. These costs will be borne by offerors and transporters of hazmat if this rulemaking were finalized. It is unknown how many individuals and firms involved in shipping hazmat will purchase copies of these international standards as a result of finalizing this rulemaking. We take a conservative approach to estimating such a figure by using the number of shippers, carriers, or other offerors or transporters of hazmat in commerce with a PHMSA registration expiring in 2014 as a proxy. Currently, PHMSA’s registration database indicates 36,731 registrants as of May 20, 2014.8 Of these, 29,877 (approximately 81 percent) are small businesses as defined by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Further, 31,598 registrants (approximately 86 percent) indicated that they offer or transport hazmat solely by highway. For conservative estimation purposes, if we that all registrants will purchase copies of all publications, this indicates an estimated cost of this amendment of $56.68 million (rounded, $1,543 cost of all publications * 36,731 registrants). In reality, all of the ISO standards incorporated will not be purchased by the majority of shippers and carriers, and will likely only impact a small subset of the regulated community. Further, it is likely that many companies will purchase multiple copies of the IMDG Code and ICAO TI, rather than only one copy. We do not believe we have sufficient data to estimate the precise number of registrants. However, we use one copy per registrant as a reasonably conservative estimate on costs of the proposed rulemaking. However, further assuming that those who indicated that they offer or transport in commerce hazmat only via highway, two publications included in the $1,543 cost will not apply to such registrants (ICAO TI [for air] and IMDG Code [by vessel]). Therefore, costs for 8 See PHMSA Hazardous Materials Registration Program Registration Data Files, link available at https://www.phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat/registration, accessed on May 20, 2014. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 the 31,598 highway-only registrants would total $32.99 million ($1,543— $155 [ICAO TI]—$344 [IMDG Code] * 31,598 highway-only registrants). Conservatively (i.e., overestimating costs and underestimating benefits) assuming all other registrants (while acknowledging that, in fact, some will purchase all standards copies and some will purchase none) will purchase updated copies of all standards publications listed here indicates a total cost of this Amendment 1 of $40.91 million, incurred once ($32.99 million + $1,543 * [36,731 total registrants— 31,598 highway-only registrants], rounded). Net Benefit. Based on the discussions of benefits and costs provided above, the estimated net benefit associated with the international harmonization final rule (2137–AF05) is $47 million in the first year after publication and $87.9 million in the second year after publication. Please see the complete regulatory analysis, a copy of which has been placed in the docket for this rulemaking, for a more detailed analysis of the costs and benefits of this final rule. C. Executive Order 13132 This final rule has been analyzed in accordance with the principles and criteria contained in Executive Order 13132 (‘‘Federalism’’). This final rule preempts State, local and Indian tribe requirements but does not propose any regulation that has substantial direct effects on the States, the relationship between the national government and the States, or the distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of government. Therefore, the consultation and funding requirements of Executive Order 13132 do not apply. The Federal hazardous material transportation law, 49 U.S.C. 5101– 5128, contains an express preemption provision (49 U.S.C. 5125(b)) that preempts State, local and Indian tribe requirements on certain covered subjects, as follows: (1) The designation, description, and classification of hazardous material; (2) The packing, repacking, handling, labeling, marking, and placarding of hazardous material; (3) The preparation, execution, and use of shipping documents related to hazardous material and requirements related to the number, contents, and placement of those documents; (4) The written notification, recording, and reporting of the unintentional release in transportation of hazardous material; and (5) The design, manufacture, fabrication, inspection, marking, PO 00000 Frm 00034 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 maintenance, recondition, repair, or testing of a packaging or container represented, marked, certified, or sold as qualified for use in transporting hazardous material in commerce. This final rule addresses covered subject items (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) above and preempts State, local, and Indian tribe requirements not meeting the ‘‘substantively the same’’ standard. This final rule is necessary to incorporate changes adopted in international standards, effective January 1, 2015. If the changes in this final rule are not adopted in the HMR, U.S. companies, including numerous small entities competing in foreign markets, would be at an economic disadvantage. These companies would be forced to comply with a dual system of regulations. The changes in this final rulemaking are intended to avoid this result. Federal hazardous materials transportation law provides at 49 U.S.C. 5125(b)(2) that, if DOT issues a regulation concerning any of the covered subjects, DOT must determine and publish in the Federal Register the effective date of Federal preemption. The effective date may not be earlier than the 90th day following the date of issuance of the final rule and not later than two years after the date of issuance. PHMSA is setting the effective date of Federal preemption to be 90 days from publication of this final rule. D. Executive Order 13175 This final rule was analyzed in accordance with the principles and criteria contained in Executive Order 13175 (‘‘Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribal Governments’’). Because this final rule does not have tribal implications, does not impose substantial direct compliance costs, and is required by statute, the funding and consultation requirements of Executive Order 13175 do not apply. E. Regulatory Flexibility Act, Executive Order 13272, and DOT Procedures and Policies The Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.) requires an agency to review regulations to assess their impact on small entities, unless the agency determines that a rule is not expected to have a significant impact on a substantial number of small entities. This final rule facilitates the transportation of hazardous materials in international commerce by providing consistency with international standards. This final rule applies to offerors and carriers of hazardous materials, some of whom are small entities, such as chemical manufacturers, users and suppliers, E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations packaging manufacturers, distributors, and training companies. As discussed above, under Executive Order 12866, the majority of amendments in this final rule should result in cost savings and ease the regulatory compliance burden for shippers engaged in domestic and international commerce, including trans-border shipments within North America. Many companies will realize economic benefits as a result of these amendments. Additionally, this final rule will relieve U.S. companies, including small entities competing in foreign markets, from the burden of complying with a dual system of regulations. Therefore, we certify that these amendments will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. This final rule has been developed in accordance with Executive Order 13272 (‘‘Proper Consideration of Small Entities in Agency Rulemaking’’) and DOT’s procedures and policies to promote compliance with the Regulatory Flexibility Act to ensure that potential impacts of draft rules on small entities are properly considered. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 F. Paperwork Reduction Act PHMSA currently has approved information collection under Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Control Number 2137–0034, ‘‘Hazardous Materials Shipping Papers and Emergency Response Information.’’ We anticipate that this final rule will result in an increase in the annual information collection burden due to an increase in the number of shipping papers prepared for packages containing batteries that exceeds the number or quantity (mass) limits in the table shown in § 173.185(c)(4), but containing no more than 2.5 kg of lithium metal cells or batteries or 10 kg of lithium ion cells or batteries per package. Shipments utilizing this allowance currently provide alternative documentation containing the name and address of the offeror and consignee, the UN number, an indication of compliance with this paragraph (c)(4) (or the applicable ICAO Packing Instruction), and the number of packages and the gross mass of each package. This rulemaking identifies a revised information collection that PHMSA will submit to OMB for approval based on the requirements in this final rule. PHMSA has developed burden estimates to reflect changes in this final rule, and estimates the information collection and recordkeeping burden in this rule are as follows: OMB Control Number: 2137–0034. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Annual Increase in Number of Respondents: 150. Annual Increase in Annual Number of Responses: 13,167. Annual Increase in Annual Burden Hours: 219. Annual Increase in Annual Burden Costs: $4,380. PHMSA will submit the revised information collection and recordkeeping requirements to OMB for approval. G. Regulation Identifier Number (RIN) A regulation identifier number (RIN) is assigned to each regulatory action listed in the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulations. The Regulatory Information Service Center publishes the Unified Agenda in April and October of each year. The RIN contained in the heading of this document can be used to crossreference this action with the Unified Agenda. H. Unfunded Mandates Reform Act This final rule does not impose unfunded mandates under the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995. It does not result in costs of $141.3 million or more, adjusted for inflation, to either State, local, or tribal governments, in the aggregate, or to the private sector in any one year, and is the least burdensome alternative that achieves the objective of the rule. I. Environmental Assessment The National Environmental Policy Act, 42 U.S.C. 4321–4375, requires that federal agencies analyze actions to determine whether the action will have a significant impact on the human environment. The Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) regulations require federal agencies to conduct an environmental review considering: (1) The need for the action; (2) alternatives to the action; (3) probable environmental impacts of the action and alternatives; and (4) the agencies and persons consulted during the consideration process. 40 CFR 1508.9(b). Description of Action Docket No. PHMSA–2013–0260 (HM– 215M), Final Rule. The transportation of hazardous materials in commerce is subject to the HMR, issued under authority of Federal hazardous materials transportation law, codified at 49 U.S.C. 5001 et seq. To facilitate the safe and efficient transportation of hazardous materials in international commerce, the HMR provides that both domestic and international shipments of hazardous materials may be offered for transportation and transported under PO 00000 Frm 00035 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1109 provisions of the international regulations. Purpose and Need This action is necessary to integrate into the HMR recent changes to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code), the International Civil Aviation Organization’s Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (ICAO TI), and the United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods—Model Regulations (UN Model Regulations) effective January 1, 2015. If the changes in this final rule are not adopted in the HMR by this effective date, U.S. companies, including numerous small entities competing in foreign markets, would be at an economic disadvantage. These companies would be forced to comply with a dual system of transport regulations that could result in shippers and carriers segmenting domestic and international operations to accommodate differing requirements. The changes to the HMR contained in this rulemaking are intended to avoid this result. The intended effect of this action is to align the HMR with international hazardous material transport standards and requirements to the extent practicable in accordance with Federal Hazardous Materials transportation law (49 U.S.C. 5210). When considering the adoption of international hazardous material standards under the HMR, PHMSA reviews and evaluates each amendment on its own merit, on the basis of its overall impact on transportation safety, and the economic implications associated with its adoption into the HMR. Our goal is to harmonize without diminishing the level of safety currently provided by the HMR and without imposing undue burdens on the regulated public. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the HMR to maintain alignment with international standards by incorporating various amendments, including changes to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport quantity limitations, and vessel stowage requirements. These revisions are necessary to harmonize and align the HMR with recent amendments adopted in the UN Model Regulations, IMDG Code, and the ICAO TI. The amendments in this final rule are intended to facilitate the safe and efficient transportation of hazardous materials in international commerce, provide clarity to encourage and increase regulatory compliance, and improve the efficacy of emergency E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1110 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. Alternatives In developing this rule, we considered the following alternatives: No Action Alternative If PHMSA chose this alternative, it would not proceed with any rulemaking on this subject and the current regulatory standards would remain in effect. Preferred Alternative This alternative is the current rule as it appears in this final rule, applying to the transportation of hazardous materials by various transport modes (highway, rail, vessel and aircraft). The amendments included in this alternative are more fully addressed in the preamble and regulatory text sections of this final rule. However, they generally include: (1) Updates to references to various international hazardous materials transport standards; (2) Amendments to the hazardous materials table to add, revise, or remove certain proper shipping names, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, bulk packaging requirements and vessel stowage requirements; (3) Amendments to add and delete various substances to the list of marine pollutants in Appendix B to § 172.101; (4) Changes throughout the Part 173 packaging requirements to authorize more flexibility when choosing packages for hazardous materials; (5) An exception from the HMR for marine pollutants up to 5 liters (1.3 gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 pounds) for solids when these materials are packaged in accordance with the general packaging requirements of §§ 173.24 and 173.24a; (6) Minimum sizes for the OVERPACK and SALVAGE markings; and; (7) Revisions and additions to vessel stowage codes listed in column 10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in § 176.83 consistent with the IMDG Code. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 No Action Alternative If PHMSA had selected the No Action Alternative, current regulations would remain in place, and no new provisions would be added. However, efficiencies gained through harmonization in updates to transport standards, lists of regulated substances, definitions, packagings, stowage requirements/ codes, flexibilities allowed, enhanced markings, and segregation requirements VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 would not be realized. Foregone efficiencies in the No Action Alternative include freeing up limited resources to concentrate on vessel transport hazard communication (hazcom) issues of potentially much greater environmental impact. Additionally, the Preferred Alternative encompasses enhanced and clarified regulatory requirements, which would result in increased compliance and fewer environmental and safety incidents. Not adopting the proposed environmental and safety requirements in the final rule under the No Action Alternative would result in a lost opportunity for reducing environmental and safety-related incidents. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under the No Action Alternative. Preferred Alternative PHMSA selected the preferred alternative. Potential environmental impacts of each proposed amendment in the preferred alternative are discussed below: 1. Updates to references to various international hazardous materials transport standards, including the 2015–2016 Edition of the ICAO TI; Amendment 37–14 to the IMDG Code; the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations; Amendment 2 to the 5th revised edition of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria; incorporation by reference of the Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations to include amendments through Amendment 11 (SOR/2012– 245) December 5, 2012 and; adding two new references standards and update four other references to standards applicable to the manufacture, use, and requalification of pressure vessels published by the International Organization for Standardization: The HMR authorize shipments prepared in accordance with the ICAO TI and transported by motor vehicle either before or after being transported by aircraft. Similarly, the HMR authorize shipments prepared in accordance with the IMDG Code if all or part of the transportation is by vessel. The authorizations to use the ICAO TI and the IMDG code are subject to certain conditions and limitations outlined in part 171 subpart C. PHMSA believes that this adopted amendment, which will increase standardization and consistency of regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and the environment. Consistency between U.S. and international regulations enhances the safety and environmental protection of international hazardous materials transportation through better PO 00000 Frm 00036 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 understanding of the regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. Enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through more targeted and effective training. This adopted amendment will eliminate inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, air and vessel carriers engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials generally elect to comply with the ICAO TI and IMDG Code as appropriate. By maintaining consistency between these international regulations and the HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and international regulations. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this amendment. 2. Amendments to the HMT to add, revise, or remove certain proper shipping names, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, bulk packaging requirements and vessel stowage requirements: PHMSA believes that this amendment, which will increase standardization and consistency of regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and the environment. Consistency between U.S. and international regulations enhances the safety and environmental protection of international hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. New and revised entries to the HMT reflect emerging technologies, and a need to better describe or differentiate between existing entries. These changes mirror changes in the Dangerous Goods list of The 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the 2015–2016 Edition of the ICAO TI and the 37–14 amendments to the IMDG Code. It is extremely important for the domestic HMR to mirror the UN Model Regulations, the ICAO TI, and the IMDG Code with respect to the entries in the E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations HMT to ensure consistent naming conventions across modes and international borders. Enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through more targeted and effective training. This amendment will eliminate inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, international carriers engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials by vessel generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By maintaining consistency between these international regulations and the HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and international regulations. The packing group assignment reflects a degree of danger associated with a particular material and identifies appropriate packaging. However, assignment of a packing group is not appropriate in all cases (e.g. explosives, gases, radioactive material). In such cases the packing group does not indicate a degree of danger and the packaging requirements for those materials are specified in the appropriate section in part 173. Similarly for articles, the packing group only reflects the degree of the danger posed by the hazardous component, but may not reflect danger of the article itself, which may be substantially reduced or changed when compared to shipping the hazardous component alone. Currently and without specific rationale, some articles are assigned packing groups while others are not. The inconsistent application of packing groups to articles can create problems for trainers when trying to explain regulatory structure to students. This change provides a level of consistency for all articles specifically listed in the HMT, without diminishing environmental protection and safety. For adsorbed gases, PHMSA is adding into the HMR a definition, HMT entries, authorized packagings and safety requirements including but not limited to quantity limitations and filling limits. PHMSA believes that this amendment will result in greater protection of human health and the environment by facilitating the safe and efficient transport of gases adsorbed onto a porous media within cylinders. This technology allows the cylinder to be filled and transported with gas at sub- VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 atmospheric pressure. Sub-atmospheric transport of gas minimizes potential leaks of gas during transportation, thus providing significant safety and environmental improvements over traditional high-pressure cylinders. This method of transporting gas is a proven safe method authorized through a PHMSA special permit for over ten years and recently adopted into the UN Model Regulations, the ICAO TI and the IMDG Code. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this amendment. 3. Additions and deletions of various substances to/from the list of Marine Pollutants in HMR, Appendix B to 172.101: As for the above amendments, PHMSA believes that this amendment, which will increase standardization and consistency of regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and the environment. Consistency between U.S. and international regulations enhances the safety and environmental protection of international hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. The additions and deletions are based on the criteria contained in the IMDG code for substances classified as toxic to the aquatic environment. The HMR maintain a list as the basis for regulating substances toxic to the aquatic environment and allow use of the criteria in the IMDG Code if a listed material does not meet the criteria for a marine pollutant. PHMSA periodically updates its list based on changes to the IMDG code and evaluation of listed materials against the IMDG code criteria. Amending the marine pollutant list facilitates consistent communication of the presence of marine pollutants and safe and efficient transportation without imposing significant burden associated with characterizing mixtures as marine pollutants. Also similar to the above amendments, enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through more targeted and effective training. This amendment will eliminate inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, international carriers engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials by vessel generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By maintaining consistency between these international PO 00000 Frm 00037 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1111 regulations and the HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and international regulations. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this amendment. 4. Adopting changes throughout the HMR Part 173 packaging requirements to authorize more flexibility when choosing packages for hazardous materials: These changes adopt manufacturing and performance standards for small gas pressure receptacles without a relief device, clarify the use of the HMT entry ‘‘fire extinguisher’’, authorize the use of large salvage packagings and provide a list of authorized packagings for ammonium nitrate emulsions. As for the above amendments, PHMSA believes that these amendments, which increase standardization and consistency of regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and the environment. Consistency between US and international regulations enhances the safety and environmental protection of international hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. PHMSA is adopting changes throughout the Part 173 packaging requirements to authorize more flexibility when choosing packages for hazardous materials. This action is consistent with amendments adopted into the UN Model Regulations. These amendments permit additional flexibility for authorized packages without compromising environmental protection or safety. Manufacturing and performance standards for small gas pressure receptacles ensure a safe packaging that is capable of retaining its contents without being overly prescriptive. The clarification for fire extinguishers increases the transparency of the regulations, which will in turn result in increased compliance, reduced incidents of undeclared or misdeclared hazardous material and enhanced environmental protection and safety. Increased flexibility also adds to environmental protection by increasing the ease of regulatory compliance. Also similar to the above amendments, enhanced environmental E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1112 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations protection will be achieved through more targeted and effective training. This amendment eliminates inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. By maintaining consistency between the UN Model Regulations and the HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and international regulations. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this amendment. 5. Exception from the HMR for marine pollutants up to 5 liters (1.3 gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 lbs.) for solids when these materials are packaged in accordance with the general packaging requirements of §§ 173.24 and 173.24a: PHMSA believes that this amendment provides for a slight net increase in environmental protection and safety by reducing confusion and simplifying multi-modal hazardous material transportation requirements. Currently, packages containing less than 5 liters (1.3 gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 lbs.) of material containing marine pollutants are subject to additional requirements such as shipping papers, Class 9 labeling and UN packaging when offered for transport by air or vessel in accordance with the ICAO TI or the IMDG Code. However, these same materials would not be subject to the HMR when transported by motor vehicle, rail car or aircraft in the US. The presence of these labels in one mode of transport can cause confusion in the US supply chain. This amendment exempts from the HMR small packages of hazardous material that are regulated because of the presence of one or more marine pollutants. Materials in these quantities pose a low risk in transportation. In addition, these low quantities of materials present even lower risks in transportation because they often contain low concentrations of marine pollutant constituents. Lastly, risks of incidents are very low. In the past 10 years, in tens of thousands of vessel shipments, PHMSA’s data contains only one record of marine pollutant released on a vessel that caused environmental damage. In this incident, the material was packaged in a 55-gallon drum and would not be impacted by this amendment, since the package would still be required to display the marine pollutant mark and the shipping VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 documents would still have to communicate the presence of a marine pollutant. By reducing the hazard communication (hazcom) burdens for lower risk commodities, industry, shippers, and transporters can focus hazcom resources on areas with potentially greater environmental and safety consequences. This action is consistent with recent revisions to the IMDG Code. PHMSA believes that this amendment will increase standardization and consistency of regulations, may also result in greater protection of human health and the environment. Consistency between US and international regulations enhances the safety and environmental protection of international hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. Excepting these quantities of marine pollutants from the HMR will facilitate consistent communication of the presence of marine pollutants and facilitate safe and efficient transportation without imposing significant burden associated with characterizing mixtures as marine pollutants. Also similar to the above amendments, enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through more targeted and effective training. This amendment will eliminate inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, international carriers engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials by vessel generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By maintaining consistency between these international regulations and the HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and international regulations. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this amendment. 6. Amendments to add minimum sizes for the OVERPACK and SALVAGE markings. These markings would be characters at least 12 mm (.47 inches) high: PO 00000 Frm 00038 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 PHMSA believes that this amendment, which will provide for enhanced hazard communication, will result in greater protection of human health and the environment. An overpack is an enclosure to provide protection or convenience of handling for one or more packages such as pallets and crates. A salvage package is used to contain a damaged, leaking or nonconforming package. The HMR require these packages to be marked OVERPACK or SALVAGE, as appropriate. This communicates the nature of these specialized packaging configurations to package handlers and emergency responders. However, because there is currently no minimum size requirement for these marks, this information is not always readily visible. This amendment would ensure that these hazard markings are visible, thus resulting in decreased incidents with impacts to the environment and safety. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this amendment. 7. Amendments to revise and add vessel stowage codes listed in column 10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in HMR § 176.83 consistent with the IMDG Code. These changes are designed to harmonize with the IMDG Code and would provide additional guidance on the loading and stowage of various materials. Additionally, proposed amendments to increase the required segregation distances between Division 4.3 dangerous when wet material (i.e. materials liable to give off a flammable or toxic gas in contact with water) and Class 3 flammable liquids and Division 2.1 flammable gases: As discussed for previous amendments herein, PHMSA believes that this amendment, which will increase standardization and consistency of regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and the environment. Consistency between US and international regulations enhances the safety and environmental protection of international hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. New and revised entries to the HMT reflect emerging technologies, and a need to better describe or differentiate between existing entries. These proposed changes mirror the IMDG Code. It is extremely important for the domestic HMR and HMT to mirror the IMDG E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Code to ensure consistent naming conventions across modes and international borders. Enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through more targeted and effective training. This amendment will eliminate inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, international carriers engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials by vessel generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By maintaining consistency between these international regulations and the HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and international regulations. PHMSA also believes that this group of amendments will increase environmental protection and safety through its increased segregation distance requirements and enhanced guidance, which will better prevent materials from contacting each other and/or water in transportation. Increased segregation distances prevent the mixing of incompatible material and the subsequent evolution of flammable or toxic gases, along with attendant fires and explosions. Together, stowage and segregation help manage the risks associated with the transport of hazardous materials by water. While the risk associated with the transport of these materials is relatively low, these measures would further reduce that risk and prevent the spread of a fire between flammable materials and materials that react dangerously with water. Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this amendment. Agencies Consulted This final rule represents PHMSA’s first action in the US for this program area. PHMSA has coordinated with the US Federal Aviation Administration and the US Coast Guard, in the development of this final rule. PHMSA has considered the views expressed in comments to the NPRM submitted by members of the public, state and local governments, and industry. Conclusion The provisions of this final rule build on current regulatory requirements to enhance the transportation safety and security of shipments of hazardous materials transported by highway, rail, VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 aircraft and vessel, thereby reducing the risks of an accidental or intentional release of hazardous materials and consequent environmental damage. PHMSA believes the net environmental impact will be positive. PHMSA believes that there are no significant environmental impacts associated with this final rule. J. Privacy Act In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 553(c), DOT solicits comments from the public to better inform its rulemaking process. DOT posts these comments, without edit, including any personal information the commenter provides, to www.regulations.gov, as described in the system of records notice (DOT/ALL– 14 FDMS), which can be reviewed at www.dot.gov/privacy. K. Executive Order 13609 and International Trade Analysis Under E.O. 13609, agencies must consider whether the impacts associated with significant variations between domestic and international regulatory approaches are unnecessary or may impair the ability of American business to export and compete internationally. In meeting shared challenges involving health, safety, labor, security, environmental, and other issues, international regulatory cooperation can identify approaches that are at least as protective as those that are or would be adopted in the absence of such cooperation. International regulatory cooperation can also reduce, eliminate, or prevent unnecessary differences in regulatory requirements. Similarly, the Trade Agreements Act of 1979 (Pub. L. 96–39), as amended by the Uruguay Round Agreements Act (Pub. L. 103–465), prohibits Federal agencies from establishing any standards or engaging in related activities that create unnecessary obstacles to the foreign commerce of the United States. For purposes of these requirements, Federal agencies may participate in the establishment of international standards, so long as the standards have a legitimate domestic objective, such as providing for safety, and do not operate to exclude imports that meet this objective. The statute also requires consideration of international standards and, where appropriate, that they be the basis for U.S. standards. PHMSA participates in the establishment of international standards to protect the safety of the American public, and we have assessed the effects of the proposed rule to ensure that it does not cause unnecessary obstacles to foreign trade. In fact, the rule is designed to facilitate international trade. PO 00000 Frm 00039 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1113 Accordingly, this rulemaking is consistent with E.O. 13609 and PHMSA’s obligations under the Trade Agreement Act, as amended. List of Subjects 49 CFR Part 171 Exports, Hazardous materials transportation, Hazardous waste, Imports, Incorporation by reference, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements. 49 CFR Part 172 Education, Hazardous materials transportation, Hazardous waste, Incorporation by reference, Labeling, Markings, Packaging and containers, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements. 49 CFR Part 173 Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, Packaging and containers, Radioactive materials, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements, Uranium. 49 CFR Part 175 Air carriers, Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, Radioactive materials, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements. 49 CFR Part 176 Maritime carriers, Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, Radioactive materials, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements. 49 CFR Part 178 Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, Motor vehicle safety, Packaging and containers, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements. 49 CFR Part 180 Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, Motor carriers, Motor vehicle safety, Packaging and containers, Railroad safety, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements. In consideration of the foregoing, PHMSA is amending 49 CFR Chapter I as follows: PART 171—GENERAL INFORMATION, REGULATIONS, AND DEFINITIONS 1. The authority citation for part 171 continues to read as follows: ■ Authority: 49 U.S.C. 5101–5128, 44701; Pub. L. 101–410 section 4 (28 U.S.C. 2461 note); Pub. L. 104–134, section 31001; 49 CFR 1.81 and 1.97. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1114 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 2. In § 171.4, paragraph (c) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 171.4 Marine pollutants. * * * * * (c) Exceptions. (1) Except when all or part of the transportation is by vessel, the requirements of this subchapter specific to marine pollutants do not apply to non-bulk packagings transported by motor vehicle, rail car or aircraft. (2) Single or combination packagings containing a net quantity per single or inner packaging of 5 L or less for liquids or having a net mass of 5 kg or less for solids, are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter provided the packagings meet the general requirements in §§ 173.24 and 173.24a. This exception does not apply to marine pollutants that are a hazardous waste or a hazardous substance. In the case of marine pollutants also meeting the criteria for inclusion in another hazard class, all provisions of this subchapter relevant to any additional hazards continue to apply. * * * * * ■ 3. In § 171.7 ■ a. Revise paragraphs (a)(1), (s)(1), (t)(1), (v)(2), (w)(1) through (52), and (dd)(1) and (dd)(2) introductory text. ■ b. Add paragraphs (w)(53) through (w)(58), (bb)(1)(ix), (bb)(1)(x), (bb)(1)(xi), (bb)(1)(xii), and (dd)(2)(iii). The revisions and additions are to read as follows: mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 § 171.7 Reference material. (a) Matter incorporated by reference— (1) General. There is incorporated, by reference in parts 170 through 189 of this subchapter, matter referred to that is not specifically set forth. This matter is hereby made a part of the regulations in parts 170 through 189 of this subchapter. The matter subject to change is incorporated only as it is in effect on the date of issuance of the regulation referring to that matter. The materials listed in paragraphs (b) through (ee) of this section have been approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. Material is incorporated as it exists on the date of the approval and a notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Matters referenced by footnote are included as part of the regulations of this subchapter. * * * * * (s) * * * (1) IAEA Safety Standards for Protecting People and the Environment; VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, No. SSR–6, (IAEA Regulations), 2012 Edition, into §§ 171.22; 171.23; 171.26; 173.415; 173.416; 173.417; 173.435; 173.473. * * * * * (t) * * * (1) Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (ICAO Technical Instructions), 2015– 2016 Edition, copyright 2014, into §§ 171.8; 171.22; 171.23; 171.24; 172.101; 172.202; 172.401; 172.512; 172.519; 172.602; 173.56; 173.320; 175.10, 175.33; 178.3. * * * * * (v) * * * (2) International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code), Incorporating Amendment 37–14 (English Edition), 2014 Edition, into §§ 171.22; 171.23; 171.25; 172.101; 172.202; 172.203 172.401; 172.502; 172.519; 172.602; 173.21; 173.56; 176.2; 176.5; 176.11; 176.27; 176.30; 176.83; 176.84; 176.140; 176.720; 178.3; 178.274. * * * * * (w) * * * (1) ISO 535–1991(E) Paper and board—Determination of water absorptiveness—Cobb method, 1991, into §§ 178.516; 178.707; 178.708. (2) ISO 1496–1: 1990 (E)—Series 1 freight containers—Specification and testing, Part 1: General cargo containers. Fifth Edition, (August 15, 1990), into § 173.411. (3) ISO 1496–3(E)—Series 1 freight containers—Specification and testing— Part 3: Tank containers for liquids, gases and pressurized dry bulk, Fourth edition, March 1995, into §§ 178.74; 178.75; 178.274. (4) ISO 1516:2002(E), Determination of flash/no flash—Closed cup equilibrium method, Third Edition, 2002–03–01, into § 173.120. (5) ISO 1523:2002(E), Determination of flash point—Closed cup equilibrium method, Third Edition, 2002–03–01, into § 173.120. (6) ISO 2431–1984(E) Standard Cup Method, 1984, into § 173.121. (7) ISO 2592:2000(E), Determination of flash and fire points—Cleveland open cup method, Second Edition, 2000–09– 15, into § 173.120. (8) ISO 2719:2002(E), Determination of flash point—Pensky-Martens closed cup method, Third Edition, 2002–11– 15, into § 173.120. (9) ISO 2919:1999(E), Radiation Protection—Sealed radioactive sources—General requirements and classification, (ISO 2919), second edition, February 15, 1999, into § 173.469. PO 00000 Frm 00040 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 (10) ISO 3036–1975(E) Board— Determination of puncture resistance, 1975, into § 178.708. (11) ISO 3405:2000(E), Petroleum products—Determination of distillation characteristics at atmospheric pressure, Third Edition, 2000–03–01, into § 173.121. (12) ISO 3574–1986(E) Cold-reduced carbon steel sheet of commercial and drawing qualities, into § 178.503; Part 178, appendix C. (13) ISO 3679:2004(E), Determination of flash point—Rapid equilibrium closed cup method, Third Edition, 2004–04–01, into § 173.120. (14) ISO 3680:2004(E), Determination of flash/no flash—Rapid equilibrium closed cup method, Fourth Edition, 2004–04–01, into § 173.120. (15) ISO 3807–2(E), Cylinders for acetylene—Basic requirements—Part 2: Cylinders with fusible plugs, First edition, March 2000, into §§ 173.303; 178.71. (16) ISO 3924:1999(E), Petroleum products—Determination of boiling range distribution—Gas chromatography method, Second Edition, 1999–08–01, into § 173.121. (17) ISO 4126–1:2004(E): Safety devices for protection against excessive pressure—Part 1: Safety valves, Second edition 2004–02–15, into § 178.274. (18) ISO 4126–7:2004(E): Safety devices for protection against excessive pressure—Part 7: Common data, First Edition 2004–02–15 into § 178.274. (19) ISO 4126–7:2004/Cor.1:2006(E): Safety devices for protection against excessive pressure—Part 7: Common data, Technical Corrigendum 1, 2006– 11–01, into § 178.274. (20) ISO 4626:1980(E), Volatile organic liquids—Determination of boiling range of organic solvents used as raw materials, First Edition, 1980–03– 01, into § 173.121. (21) ISO 4706:2008(E), Gas cylinders—Refillable welded steel cylinders—Test pressure 60 bar and below, First Edition, 2008–04–15, Corrected Version, 2008–07–01, into § 178.71. (22) ISO 6406(E), Gas cylinders— Seamless steel gas cylinders—Periodic inspection and testing, Second edition, February 2005, into § 180.207. (23) ISO 6892 Metallic materials— Tensile testing, July 15, 1984, First Edition, into § 178.274. (24) ISO 7225(E), Gas cylinders— Precautionary labels, Second Edition, July 2005, into § 178.71. (25) ISO 7866(E), Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless aluminum alloy gas cylinders—Design, construction and testing, First edition, June 1999, into § 178.71. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations (26) ISO 8115 Cotton bales— Dimensions and density, 1986 Edition, into § 172.102. (27) ISO 9809–1:1999(E): Gas cylinders—Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders—Design, construction and testing—Part 1: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1100 MPa., First edition, June 1999, into §§ 178.37; 178.71; 178.75. (28) ISO 9809–1:2010(E): Gas cylinders—Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders—Design, construction and testing—Part 1: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1 100 MPa., Second edition, 2010– 04–15, into §§ 178.37; 178.71; 178.75. (29) ISO 9809–2:2000(E): Gas cylinders—Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders—Design, construction and testing—Part 2: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength greater than or equal to 1 100 MPa., First edition, June 2000, into §§ 178.71; 178.75. (30) ISO 9809–2:2010(E): Gas cylinders—Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders—Design, construction and testing—Part 2: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength greater than or equal to 1100 MPa., Second edition, 2010–04–15, into §§ 178.71; 178.75. (31) ISO 9809–3:2000(E): Gas cylinders—Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders—Design, construction and testing—Part 3: Normalized steel cylinders, First edition, December 2000, into §§ 178.71; 178.75. (32) ISO 9809–3:2010(E): Gas cylinders—Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders—Design, construction and testing—Part 3: Normalized steel cylinders, Second edition, 2010–04–15, into §§ 178.71; 178.75. (33) ISO 9978:1992(E)—Radiation protection—Sealed radioactive sources—Leakage test methods. First Edition, (February 15, 1992), into § 173.469. (34) ISO 10156:2010(E): Gases and gas mixtures—Determination of fire potential and oxidizing ability for the selection of cylinder valve outlets, Third edition, 2010–04–01, into § 173.115. (35) ISO 10156:2010/Cor.1:2010(E): Gases and gas mixtures—Determination of fire potential and oxidizing ability for the selection of cylinder valve outlets, Technical Corrigendum 1, 2010–09–01, into § 173.115. (36) ISO 10297:1999(E), Gas cylinders—Refillable gas cylinder valves—Specification and type testing, First Edition, 1995–05–01, into §§ 173.301b; 178.71. (37) ISO 10297:2006(E), Transportable gas cylinders—Cylinder valves— Specification and type testing, Second VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Edition, 2006–01–15, into §§ 173.301b; 178.71. (38) ISO 10461:2005(E), Gas cylinders—Seamless aluminum-alloy gas cylinders—Periodic inspection and testing, Second Edition, 2005–02–15 and Amendment 1, 2006–07–15, into § 180.207. (39) ISO 10462 (E), Gas cylinders— Transportable cylinders for dissolved acetylene—Periodic inspection and maintenance, Second edition, February 2005, into § 180.207. (40) ISO 10692–2:2001(E), Gas cylinders—Gas cylinder valve connections for use in the microelectronics industry—Part 2: Specification and type testing for valve to cylinder connections, First Edition, 2001–08–01, into §§ 173.40; 173.302c. (41) ISO 11114–1:2012(E), Gas cylinders—Compatibility of cylinder and valve materials with gas contents— Part 1: Metallic materials, Second edition, 2012–03–15, into §§ 173.301b; 178.71. (42) ISO 11114–2(E), Transportable gas cylinders—Compatibility of cylinder and valve materials with gas contents— Part 2: Non-metallic materials, First edition, December 2000, into §§ 173.301b; 178.71. (43) ISO 11117:1998(E): Gas cylinders—Valve protection caps and valve guards for industrial and medical gas cylinders.—Design, construction and tests, First edition, 1998–08–01, into § 173.301b. (44) ISO 11117:2008(E): Gas cylinders—Valve protection caps and valve guards—Design, construction and tests, Second edition, 2008–09–01, into § 173.301b. (45) ISO 11117:2008/Cor.1:2009(E): Gas cylinders—Valve protection caps and valve guards—Design, construction and tests, Technical Corrigendum 1, 2009–05–01, into § 173.301b. (46) ISO 11118(E), Gas cylinders— Non-refillable metallic gas cylinders— Specification and test methods, First edition, October 1999, into § 178.71. (47) ISO 11119–1(E), Gas cylinders— Gas cylinders of composite construction—Specification and test methods—Part 1: Hoop-wrapped composite gas cylinders, First edition, May 2002, into § 178.71. (48) ISO 11119–2(E), Gas cylinders— Gas cylinders of composite construction—Specification and test methods—Part 2: Fully wrapped fibre reinforced composite gas cylinders with load-sharing metal liners, First edition, May 2002, into § 178.71. (49) ISO 11119–3(E), Gas cylinders of composite construction—Specification and test methods—Part 3: Fully wrapped fibre reinforced composite gas PO 00000 Frm 00041 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1115 cylinders with non-load-sharing metallic or non-metallic liners, First edition, September 2002, into § 178.71. (50) ISO 11120(E), Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel tubes of water capacity between 150 L and 3000 L— Design, construction and testing, First edition, March 1999, into §§ 178.71; 178.75. (51) ISO 11513:2011(E), Gas cylinders—Refillable welded steel cylinders containing materials for subatmospheric gas packaging (excluding acetylene)—Design, construction, testing, use and periodic inspection, First edition, 2011–09–12, into §§ 173.302c; 178.71; 180.207. (52) ISO 11621(E), Gas cylinders— Procedures for change of gas service, First edition, April 1997, into §§ 173.302, 173.336, 173.337. (53) ISO 11623(E), Transportable gas cylinders—Periodic inspection and testing of composite gas cylinders, First edition, March 2002, into § 180.207. (54) ISO 13340:2001(E) Transportable gas cylinders—Cylinder valves for nonrefillable cylinders—Specification and prototype testing, First edition, 2004– 04–01, into §§ 173.301b; 178.71. (55) ISO 13736:2008(E), Determination of flash point—Abel closed-cup method, Second Edition, 2008–09–15, into § 173.120. (56) ISO 16111:2008(E), Transportable gas storage devices—Hydrogen absorbed in reversible metal hydride, First Edition, 2008–11–15, into §§ 173.301b; 173.311; 178.71. (57) ISO 18172–1:2007(E), Gas cylinders—Refillable welded stainless steel cylinders—Part 1: Test pressure 6 MPa and below, First Edition, 2007–03– 01, into § 178.71. (58) ISO 20703:2006(E), Gas cylinders—Refillable welded aluminum-alloy cylinders—Design, construction and testing, First Edition, 2006–05–01, into § 178.71. * * * * * (bb) * * * (1) * * * (ix) SOR/2011–239 November 9, 2011. (x) SOR/2011–60 March 16, 2011. (xi) SOR/2011–210 October 12, 2011. (xii) SOR/2012–245 December 5, 2012. * * * * * (dd) * * * (1) UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Model Regulations (UN Recommendations), 18th revised edition, Volumes I and II (2013), into §§ 171.8; 171.12; 172.202; 172.401; 172.407; 172.502; 173.22; 173.24; 173.24b; 173.40; 173.56; 173.192; 173.302b; 173.304b; 178.75; 178.274. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1116 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations (2) UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Manual of Tests and Criteria, (Manual of Tests and Criteria), into §§ 171.24, 172.102; 173.21; 173.56; 173.57; 173.58; 173.60; 173.115; 173.124; 173.125; 173.127; 173.128; 173.137; 173.185; 173.220; 173.225, part 173, appendix H; 178.274: * * * * * (iii) Fifth revised edition, amendment 2 (2013). * * * * * ■ 4. In § 171.8, the definitions for ‘‘Adsorbed gas,’’ ‘‘Large salvage packaging,’’ ‘‘Neutron Radiation Detector’’ and ‘‘Radiation Detection System’’ are added in alphabetical order, and the definitions for ‘‘Bundle of cylinders’’ and ‘‘Non-bulk packaging’’ are revised to read as follows: (3) A water capacity of 454 kg (1000 pounds) or less as a receptacle for a gas as defined in § 173.115 of this subchapter; or (4) Regardless of the definition of bulk packaging, a maximum net mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) or less for a bag or a box conforming to the applicable requirements for specification packagings, including the maximum net mass limitations, provided in subpart L of part 178 of this subchapter. * * * * * Radiation detection system means an apparatus that contains radiation detectors as components. * * * * * ■ 5. In § 171.23 revise paragraphs (b)(2), (b)(11)(iv) and add paragraph (b)(11)(ix) to read as follows: § 171.8 § 171.23 Requirements for specific materials and packagings transported under the ICAO Technical Instructions, IMDG Code, Transport Canada TDG Regulations, or the IAEA Regulations. Definitions and abbreviations. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * * * * * Adsorbed gas. See § 173.115 of this subchapter. * * * * * Bundle of cylinders means assemblies of UN cylinders fastened together and interconnected by a manifold and transported as a unit. The total water capacity for the bundle may not exceed 3,000 L, except that a bundle intended for the transport of gases in Division 2.3 is limited to a water capacity of 1,000 L. Not permitted for air transport. * * * * * Large salvage packaging means a special packaging into which damaged, defective or leaking hazardous materials packages, or hazardous materials that have spilled or leaked are placed for the purpose of transport for recovery or disposal, that— (1) Is designed for mechanical handling; and (2) Has a net mass greater than 400 kg (882 pounds) or a capacity of greater than 450 L (119 gallons), but has a volume of not more than 3 cubic meters (106 cubic feet). * * * * * Neutron Radiation Detector means a device that detects neutron radiation. In such a device, a gas may be contained in a hermetically sealed electron tube transducer that converts neutron radiation into a measurable electric signal. * * * * * Non-bulk packaging means a packaging which has: (1) A maximum capacity of 450 L (119 gallons) or less as a receptacle for a liquid; (2) A maximum net mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) or less and a maximum capacity of 450 L (119 gallons) or less as a receptacle for a solid; VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 * * * * * (b) * * * (2) Safety devices for vehicles, vessels or aircraft, e.g. air bag inflators, air bag modules, seat-belt pretensioners, and pyromechanical devices. For each safety device, the shipping paper description must conform to the requirements in § 173.166(c) of this subchapter. * * * * * (11) * * * (iv) The country of origin for the shipment must have adopted the edition of SSR–6 of the IAEA Regulations referenced in § 171.7. * * * * * (ix) Packages containing fissile materials must conform to the requirements of § 173.453 to be otherwise excepted from the requirements of Subpart I of Part 173 for fissile materials. * * * * * ■ 6. In § 171.24 paragraph (d)(1)(ii) is revised to read as follows: ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT’’ or ‘‘LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES— FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT’’, or labeled with a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label specified in § 172.448 of this subchapter. * * * * * ■ 7. In § 171.25, paragraph (b)(3) is revised to read as follows: § 171.25 Additional requirements for the use of the IMDG Code. * * * * * (b) * * * (3) The outside of each package containing lithium metal cells or batteries (UN3090) transported in accordance with special provision 188 of the IMDG Code must be marked ‘‘PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES— FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT’’ or ‘‘LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES— FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT’’, or labeled with a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label specified in § 172.448 of this subchapter. The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to packages that contain 5 kg (11 pounds) net weight or less of lithium metal cells or batteries that are packed with, or contained in, equipment. * * * * * PART 172—HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TABLE, SPECIAL PROVISIONS, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COMMUNICATIONS, EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATION, TRAINING REQUIREMENTS, AND SECURITY PLANS 8. The authority citation for part 172 continues to read as follows: ■ Authority: 49 U.S.C. 5101–5128, 44701; 49 CFR 1.81, 1.96 and 1.97. 9. In § 172.101, revise paragraphs (f) and (k) introductory text to read as follows: ■ § 171.24 Additional requirements for the use of the ICAO Technical Instructions. § 172.101 Purpose and use of the hazardous materials table. * * * * * * (d) * * * (1) * * * (ii) Lithium metal cells and batteries. Lithium metal cells and batteries (UN3090) are forbidden for transport aboard passenger-carrying aircraft. The outside of each package that contains lithium metal cells or lithium metal batteries (UN3090) transported in accordance with Packing Instruction 968, Section II must be marked ‘‘PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES— FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT PO 00000 Frm 00042 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 * * * * (f) Column 5: Packing group. Column 5 specifies one or more packing groups assigned to a material corresponding to the proper shipping name and hazard class for that material. Class 2, Class 7, Division 6.2 (other than regulated medical wastes), and ORM–D materials, do not have packing groups. Articles in other than Class 1 are not assigned to packing groups. For packing purposes, any requirement for a specific packaging performance level is set out in the applicable packing authorizations of E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Part 173. Packing Groups I, II and III indicate the degree of danger presented by the material is great, medium or minor, respectively. If more than one packing group is indicated for an entry, the packing group for the hazardous material is determined using the criteria for assignment of packing groups specified in subpart D of part 173. When a reevaluation of test data or new data indicates a need to modify the specified packing group(s), the data should be submitted to the Associate Administrator. Each reference in this column to a material which is a hazardous waste or a hazardous substance, and whose proper shipping name is preceded in Column 1 of the Table by the letter ‘‘A’’ or ‘‘W’’, is VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 modified to read ‘‘III’’ on those occasions when the material is offered for transportation or transported by a mode in which its transportation is not otherwise subject to requirements of this subchapter. * * * * * (k) Column 10: Vessel stowage requirements. Column 10A [Vessel stowage] specifies the authorized stowage locations on board cargo and passenger vessels. Column 10B [Other provisions] specifies codes for stowage and handling requirements for specific hazardous materials. Hazardous materials offered for transportation as limited quantities are allocated stowage category A and are not subject to the stowage codes assigned by column 10B. PO 00000 Frm 00043 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1117 The meaning of each code in Column 10B is set forth in § 176.84 of this subchapter. Section 176.63 of this subchapter sets forth the physical requirements for each of the authorized locations listed in Column 10A. (For bulk transportation by vessel, see 46 CFR parts 30 to 40, 70, 98, 148, 151, 153 and 154.) The authorized stowage locations specified in Column 10A are defined as follows: * * * * * ■ 10. In § 172.101, the Hazardous Materials Table is amended by removing the entries under ‘‘[REMOVE]’’, by adding the entries under ‘‘[ADD]’’ and revising entries under ‘‘[REVISE]’’ in the appropriate alphabetical sequence to read as follows: E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00044 Fmt 4701 I ......... I ......... I ......... (1) Symbols Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 White asbestos (chrysotile, actinolite, anthophyllite, tremolite). Trifluorochloroethylene, stabilized. Trinitrobenzene, dry or wetted with less than 30 percent water, by mass. First aid kits ................... Chemical kits ................. Capacitor, electric double layer (with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh). Blue asbestos (Crocidolite) or Brown asbestos (amosite, mysorite). Ammonium nitrate, with not more than 0.2% total combustible material, including any organic substance, calculated as carbon to the exclusion of any other added substance. Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seatbelt pretensioners. Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seatbelt pretensioners. [REMOVE]. (2) Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 UN3316 .... UN3499 .... UN2212 .... UN3316 .... 9 9 9 UN1942 .... UN3268 .... UN0503 .... (4) Identification Nos. UN2590 .... * 2.3 9 UN1082 .... * 1.1D * UN0214 .... 9 * * * * * 5.1 9 * 1.4G (3) Hazard class or division * III .. * ...... * II ... * ...... * ...... * ...... * II ... * III .. III .. * ...... (5) PG 9 ........ 2.3, 2.1. 1.1D ... 9 ........ 9 ........ 9 ........ 9 ........ 5.1 ..... 9 ........ 1.4G .. (6) Label codes (8A) Exceptions * * 155 ........... 152 ........... 166 ........... * 156, IB8, IP2, IP3, T1, TP33. * 155 ........... * * 3, B14, T50 ....................... None ......... * * ........................................... None ......... * * 15 ...................................... 161 ........... * * 15 ...................................... 161 ........... * * 361 .................................... 176 ........... * 156, IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33. * A1, A29, B120, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33. 160, A200 ......................... * * 161, A200 ......................... None ......... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 216 ........... * 304 ........... * 62 ............. * 161 ........... * 161 ........... * 176 ........... * 216 ........... * 213 ........... 166 ........... * 62 ............. (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 25 kg ........ * 240 ........... 200 kg ...... * 314, 315 ... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... 10 kg ........ * None ......... 10 kg ........ * 176 ........... No limit ..... * 240 ........... Forbidden * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ 166 ........... * None ......... Forbidden (8C) Bulk * 200 kg ...... * Forbidden * Forbidden * 10 kg ........ * 10 kg ........ * No limit ..... * Forbidden * 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... * 75 kg ........ (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) A ............... D ............... 04 ............. A. A. A. A ............... A ............... A. 02 ............. (10A) Location 34, 40 40 25 34, 40 25, 59, 60, 116 25 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1118 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00045 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... [ADD]. Adsorbed gas, n.o.s ...... Adsorbed gas, flammable, n.o.s. Adsorbed gas, oxidizing, n.o.s. Adsorbed gas, toxic, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone A. Adsorbed gas, toxic, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone B. Adsorbed gas, toxic, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone C. Adsorbed gas, toxic, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone D. Adsorbed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone A. Adsorbed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone B. Adsorbed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone C. Adsorbed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone D. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone A. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone B. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone C. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone D. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone A. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone B. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone C. Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone D. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.1 * UN3517 .... UN3517 .... UN3517 .... UN3517 .... UN3514 .... UN3514 .... UN3514 .... UN3514 .... UN3516 .... UN3516 .... UN3516 .... UN3516 .... UN3512 .... UN3512 .... UN3512 .... UN3512 .... UN3513 .... UN3511 .... UN3510 .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... * 2.3, 2.1, 8. 2.3, 2.1, 8. 2.3, 2.1, 8. 2.3, 2.1, 8. 2.3, 2.1. 2.3, 2.1. 2.3, 2.1. 2.3, 2.1. 2.3, 8 2.3, 8 2.3, 8 2.3, 8 2.3 ..... 2.3 ..... 2.3 ..... 2.2, 5.1. 2.3 ..... 2.2 ..... 2.1 ..... 4 ........................................ 3, B14 ............................... 2, B9, B14 ......................... 1 ........................................ 4 ........................................ 3, B14 ............................... 2, B9, B14 ......................... 1 ........................................ 4 ........................................ 3, B14 ............................... 2, B9, B14 ......................... 1 ........................................ 4 ........................................ 3, B14 ............................... 2, B9, B14 ......................... 1 ........................................ ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... * * None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... * None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... * Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden 75 kg ........ 75 kg ........ Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden 150 kg ...... 150 kg ...... 150 kg ...... * D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D. A. D ............... 17, 40 17, 40 17, 40 17, 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1119 VerDate Sep<11>2014 (2) 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00046 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Arsine, adsorbed ........... Ammonium nitrate, with not more than 0.2% combustible substances, including any organic substance calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any other added substance. Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seatbelt pretensioners, see Safety devices, electrically initiated or Safety devices, pyrotechnic. G ....... G ....... Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone A. Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone B. Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone C. Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone D. Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone A. Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone B. Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone C. Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s. Inhalation hazard zone D. (1) Symbols Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 (3) UN1942 .... UN3518 .... UN3518 .... UN3518 .... UN3518 .... UN3515 .... UN3522 .... * 5.1 * 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 UN3515 .... UN3515 .... 2.3 2.3 UN3515 .... (4) Identification Nos. 2.3 Hazard class or division * 2.3 * ...... * III .. * ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... (5) PG 2.3, 2.1. 5.1 ..... 2.3, 5.1, 8. 2.3, 5.1, 8. 2.3, 5.1, 8. 2.3, 5.1, 8. 2.3, 5.1. 2.3, 5.1. 2.3, 5.1. 2.3, 5.1. (6) Label codes * * 152 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... (8A) Exceptions * * 1 ........................................ None ......... * A1, A29, B120, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33. * 4 ........................................ 3, B14 ............................... 2, B9, B14 ......................... 1 ........................................ 4 ........................................ 3, B14 ............................... 2, B9, B14 ......................... 1 ........................................ (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 302c .......... * 213 ........... * 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... 302c .......... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail * None ......... Forbidden * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ * None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... (8C) Bulk * Forbidden * 100 kg ...... * Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) D. A ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... (10A) Location 25, 59, 60, 66, 116, 124 40, 89, 90 40, 89, 90 40, 89, 90 40, 89, 90 40 40 40 40 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1120 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations I ......... G I ..... VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00047 9 9 9 9 9 UN3316 .... UN3316 .... UN3520 .... UN3316 .... UN3499 .... UN3508 .... UN3519 .... UN2590 .... UN2212 .... Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Trifluorochloroethylene, stabilized or Refrigerant gas R 1113. Silicon tetrafluoride, adsorbed. Safety devices, electrically initiated. Safety devices, pyrotechnic. Phosphorus pentafluoride, adsorbed. Phosphine, adsorbed .... UN3526 .... UN3268 .... * 2.3 UN0503 .... UN3521 .... UN1082 .... 9 UN3524 .... * 2.3 1.4G * 2.3 * 2.3 * UN3525 .... * 2.3 * 2.3 Germane, adsorbed ...... Hydrogen selenide, adsorbed. UN3523 .... 9 9 * * 2.3 * * * 2.3 * First aid kits ................... First aid kits ................... Chlorine, adsorbed ........ Chemical kits ................. Capacitor, asymmetric with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh. Capacitor, electric double layer with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh. Boron trifluoride, adsorbed. Asbestos, amphibole amosite, tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, or crocidolite. Asbestos, chrysotile ...... mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * ...... * ...... ...... * ...... * ...... * ...... * ...... * ...... * II ... III .. * ...... * II ... III .. ...... * ...... * ...... III .. * II ... 2.3, 2.1. 2.3, 8 1.4G .. 9 ........ 2.3, 8 2.3, 2.1. 2.3, 2.1. 2.3, 2.1. 9 ........ 9 ........ 2.3, 5.1, 8. 9 ........ 9 ........ 9 ........ 9 ........ 2.3, 8 9 ........ 9 ........ * 155 ........... 155 ........... 176 ........... None ......... * * 3, B14, T50 ....................... None ......... * * 2 ........................................ None ......... A200 ................................. * * 160, A200 ......................... 166 ........... * * 2, B9, B14 ......................... None ......... * * 1 ........................................ None ......... * * 1 ........................................ None ......... * * 2 ........................................ None ......... * * 15 ...................................... 161 ........... 15 ...................................... 161 ........... * * 2, B9, B14, N86 ................ None ......... * * 15 ...................................... 161 ........... 15 ...................................... 161 ........... 361 .................................... * * 372 .................................... 176 ........... * * 2, B9, B14 ......................... None ......... 156, IB8, IP2, IP3, T1, TP33. * 156, IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33. * 304 ........... * 302c .......... 62 ............. * 166 ........... * 302c .......... * 302c .......... * 302c .......... * 302c .......... * 161 ........... 161 ........... * 302c .......... * 161 ........... 161 ........... 176 ........... * 176 ........... * 302c .......... 216 ........... * 216 ........... 200 kg ...... No limit ..... Forbidden * 314, 315 ... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden None ......... * 166 ........... 25 kg ........ * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... 10 kg ........ None ......... 10 kg ........ * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... 10 kg ........ None ......... 10 kg ........ 176 ........... * 176 ........... No limit ..... * None ......... Forbidden 240 ........... * 240 ........... Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden 75 kg ........ * 100 kg ...... * Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden * 10 kg ........ 10 kg ........ * Forbidden * 10 kg ........ 10 kg ........ No limit ..... * No Limit .... * Forbidden 200 kg ...... * Forbidden D ............... D ............... 02 ............. A. D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... A. A. D ............... A. A. A. A. D ............... A ............... A ............... 40 40 25 40 40 40 40 40, 89, 90 40 34, 40 34, 40 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1121 VerDate Sep<11>2014 (1) Symbols 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00048 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Alkali metal dispersions, flammable or Alkaline earth metal dispersions, flammable. Alkali metal dispersions, or Alkaline earth metal dispersions. Alkali metal alloys, liquid, n.o.s. Alkali metal amalgam, liquid. Alkali metal amalgam, solid. Alkali metal amides ....... Aldol .............................. Aircraft hydraulic power unit fuel tank (containing a mixture of anhydrous hydrazine and monomethyl hydrazine) (M86 fuel). Acrylamide, solid ........... Acrylamide solution ....... [REVISE]. Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile or fissile-excepted. Trinitrobenzene, dry or wetted with less than 30 percent water, by mass. Trinitrobenzene, wetted with not less than 30 percent water, by mass. (2) Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 8 UN3165 .... UN2074 .... UN3426 .... UN3507 .... UN1354 .... UN0214 .... (4) Identification Nos. UN1421 .... * 6.1 UN1391 .... 4.3 4.3 UN1390 .... 4.3 UN3482 .... UN3401 .... 4.3 4.3 UN1389 .... * 4.3 UN2839 .... 3 * * 6.1 6.1 * * 4.1 * 1.1D (3) Hazard class or division I .... I .... II ... I .... I .... * I .... * II ... * I .... * III .. III .. * * I .... I .... * II ... (5) PG 4.3 ..... 4.3, 3 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 6.1 ..... 3, 6.1, 8. 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 8, 7 .... 4.1 ..... 1.1D ... (6) Label codes (8A) Exceptions None ......... * A2, A3, A7 ........................ IB4, IP1, N40, T9, TP7, TP33. A6, A7, A8, A19, A20, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33. A2, A3, A7 ........................ A2, A3, A7, N34 ............... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... None ......... * * A2, A3, A7, B48, N34 ....... None ......... * * IB2, T7, TP2 ..................... 153 ........... * * ........................................... None ......... * * IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ 153 ........... IB3, T4, TP1 ..................... 153 ........... * * * 369 .................................... 420 ........... 23, A2, A8, A19, N41 ....... * * ........................................... None ......... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) 201 ........... 201 ........... 212 ........... 211 ........... 201 ........... * 201 ........... * 202 ........... * 172 ........... * 213 ........... 203 ........... * * None ......... 211 ........... * 62 ............. (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 0.5 kg ....... 244 ........... 244 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... 244 ........... Forbidden Forbidden 15 kg ........ Forbidden Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden * 243 ........... 5 L ............ * None ......... Forbidden * 240 ........... 100 kg ...... 241 ........... 60 L .......... * * None ......... Less than .1 kg. None ......... * None ......... Forbidden (8C) Bulk 1 L ............ 1 L ............ 50 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 1 L ............ * 1 L ............ * 60 L .......... * 42 L .......... * 200 kg ...... 220 L ........ * * Less than .1 kg. 0.5 kg ....... * Forbidden (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) D ............... D ............... E ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... E ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... E ............... 04 ............. (10A) Location 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 12, 25 21, 40, 49, 100 12, 25 12, 25 132 28, 36 25 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1122 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00049 UN1393 .... 4.3 UN1722 .... UN3402 .... 4.3 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Ammonium nitrate based fertilizer. Aminopyridines (o-; m-; p-). N-Aminoethyl piperazine Aluminum silicon powder, uncoated. Aluminum smelting byproducts or Aluminum remelting by-products. Aluminum powder, uncoated. Aluminum powder, coated. UN1396 .... UN1309 .... UN2815 .... UN2671 .... UN2067 .... 8 * 6.1 * 5.1 * UN3170 .... * 4.3 4.3 UN1398 .... 4.3 * 4.1 UN1397 .... * 4.3 * 4.3 Aluminum phosphide ..... UN1395 .... * 4.3 UN2463 .... UN1394 .... * 4.2 4.3 UN2870 .... * 6.1 UN1392 .... * 4.3 Aluminum hydride .......... Aluminum ferrosilicon powder. Aluminum carbide .......... Aluminum borohydride or Aluminum borohydride in devices. Allyl chloroformate ......... Alkaline earth metal alloys, n.o.s. Alkaline earth metal amalgams, liquid. Alkaline earth metal amalgams, solid. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 6.1. 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.2, 4.3. 6.1, 3, 8. 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... * III .. * II ... 5.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 8 ........ III .. * III .. 4.3 ..... II ... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... III .. * III .. 4.3 ..... 4.1 ..... III .. II ... 4.1 ..... * II ... * I .... I .... III .. * II ... * II ... * I .... * I .... I .... I .... * II ... None ......... None ......... * 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... * None ......... None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... 151 ........... 151 ........... * 52, 150, B120, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33. * 152 ........... * * IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 153 ........... * * IB3, T4, TP1 ..................... 154 ........... 128, B115, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. * A1, A19, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. 128, B115, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33. A19, A20, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33. A19, A20, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ * * IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 151 ........... * * A8, A19, N40 .................... None ......... A19, N40 ........................... A19, A20, IB4 ................... * * A19, IB5, IP2, T3, TP33 ... 151 ........... * A20, IB7, IP2, N41, T3, TP33. * * B11, T21, TP7, TP33 ....... None ......... * * 2, B9, B14, B32, N41, None ......... T20, TP2, TP13, TP38, TP45. A19, N34, N40, T9, TP7, TP33. A19, N34, N40 .................. * * A19, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ... 151 ........... * 213 ........... * 212 ........... * 203 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... * 213 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... * 212 ........... * 211 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... * 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 181 ........... * 227 ........... 211 ........... 201 ........... * 212 ........... Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden 25 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ * 242 ........... 25 kg ........ * 241 ........... 5 L ............ 241 ........... 242 ........... * 241 ........... 25 kg ........ 241 ........... 242 ........... 240 ........... * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 242 ........... Forbidden 242 ........... 241 ........... * 242 ........... 15 kg ........ * 242 ........... 15 kg ........ * 244 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden 242 ........... 244 ........... * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ * 100 kg ...... * 100 kg ...... * 60 L .......... 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ * 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... * 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... * 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * Forbidden * Forbidden 15 kg ........ 1 L ............ * 50 kg ........ B ............... B ............... A ............... B ............... B ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... E ............... E ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... 25, 59, 60, 66, 117, 124 12, 25, 40, 52 12, 25 13, 85, 103, 148 13, 39, 40, 52, 53, 85, 103, 148 13, 85, 103, 148 13, 39, 52, 53, 148 13, 39, 52, 53, 74, 101, 147, 148 13, 39, 52, 53, 74, 101, 147, 148 13, 39, 52, 53, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 39, 40, 52, 53, 85, 103, 148 13, 39, 40, 52, 53, 85, 103, 148 13, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 148 21, 40, 100 13, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1123 VerDate Sep<11>2014 (1) Symbols 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00050 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 UN3375 .... UN2426 .... * 5.1 (4) Identification Nos. UN2683 .... UN2818 .... 8 UN1729 .... UN1732 .... * * UN2016 .... * 6.1 * 6.1 UN2017 .... 8 * 8 1.1D * UN0222 .... * 5.1 (3) Hazard class or division UN1555 .... 8 Anisoyl chloride ............. Ammunition, toxic, nonexplosive, without burster or expelling charge, non-fuzed. Ammunition, tear-producing, non-explosive, without burster or expelling charge, nonfuzed. Ammonium sulfide solution. Ammonium polysulfide, solution. Ammonium nitrate, liquid (hot concentrated solution). Ammonium nitrate, with more than 0.2 percent combustible substances, including any organic substance calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any other added substance. Ammonium nitrate emulsion or Ammonium nitrate suspension or Ammonium nitrate gel, intermediate for blasting explosives. (2) Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * 6.1 Antimony pentafluoride .. Arsenic bromide ............ 8, 6.1 1.1D ... 5.1 ..... 5.1 ..... (6) Label codes * II ... * II ... * II ... * ...... * ...... 6.1 ..... 8, 6.1 8 ........ 6.1 ..... 6.1, 8 8, 6.1, 3. III .. * II ... 8, 6.1 * II ... II ... * ...... * II ... (5) PG (8A) Exceptions None ......... 154 ........... * * IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 153 ........... * * A3, A6, A7, A10, IB2, N3, None ......... N36, T7, TP2. * * B2, B4, IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, 154 ........... TP33. * * ........................................... None ......... * * ........................................... None ......... * * IB1, T7, TP2, TP13 .......... 154 ........... IB3, T4, TP1, TP13 .......... * * IB2, T7, TP2, TP13 .......... 154 ........... 370 .................................... * * B5, T7 ............................... None ......... * * 147, 163, IB2, IP16 .......... None ......... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 212 ........... * 202 ........... * 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 202 ........... 203 ........... * 202 ........... 62 ............. * None ......... * 231 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail Forbidden 5 L ............ * 242 ........... 25 kg ........ * 243 ........... Forbidden * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * 243 ........... 1 L ............ 241 ........... * 243 ........... 1 L ............ None ......... * 243 ........... Forbidden * 251 ........... Forbidden (8C) Bulk * 100 kg ...... * 30 L .......... * 50 kg ........ * 100 kg ...... * 50 kg ........ * 30 L .......... 60 L .......... * 30 L .......... Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) A ............... D ............... A ............... E ............... E ............... B ............... B ............... B ............... 04 ............. D ............... D ............... (10A) Location 12, 25, 40 40, 44, 89, 100, 141 40 13, 40 13, 40 12, 22, 25, 52, 100 12, 25, 40, 52 12, 25, 40, 52 25, 19E 59, 60, 124 25, 59, 60, 66, 124 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1124 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00051 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM Boron trifluoride dihydrate. Boron trifluoride dimethyl etherate. Boron tribromide ............ 08JAR2 Bromine ......................... Bromine solutions .......... Bromine solutions .......... + ........ + ........ Bromoform ..................... + ........ + Beryllium, powder .......... Batteries, wet, filled with acid, electric storage. Batteries, wet, filled with alkali, electric storage. Batteries, wet, non-spillable, electric storage. Batteries, containing sodium. Batteries, dry, containing potassium hydroxide solid, electric storage. Barium peroxide ............ Barium azide, wetted with not less than 50 percent water, by mass. Barium ........................... Barium alloys, pyrophoric. Articles, pressurized pneumatic or hydraulic containing non-flammable gas. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 UN3164 .... * 4.1 UN2794 .... 8 UN2800 .... UN2795 .... 8 UN3028 .... UN3292 .... UN2851 .... UN2692 .... * 8 8 UN1744 .... UN1744 .... UN1744 .... * 6.1 8 UN2515 .... 4.3 * UN2965 .... 8 * 8 * 6.1 * UN1567 .... 8 * 8 * 4.3 UN1449 .... UN1571 .... * 4.3 4.2 * 5.1 UN1400 .... UN1854 .... * 2.2 I .... * I .... * I .... * III .. I .... * II ... * I .... * II ... ...... ...... * ...... ...... * ...... * II ... * I .... * II ... I .... * ...... 8, 6.1 8, 6.1 8, 6.1 6.1 ..... 4.3, 8, 3. 8 ........ 8, 6.1 6.1, 4.1. 8 ........ 8 ........ 8 ........ 8 ........ 4.3 ..... 5.1, 6.1. 4.1, 6.1. 4.3 ..... 4.2 ..... 2.2 ..... None ......... 159a ......... 159 ........... None ......... * * 1, B9, B85, N34, N43, None ......... T22, TP2, TP10, TP13. 2, B9, B85, N34, N43, None ......... T22, TP2, TP10, TP13. * * 1, B9, B85, N34, N43, None ......... T22, TP2, TP10, TP13. * * IB3, T4, TP1 ..................... 153 ........... A19, T10, TP2, TP7, TP13 * * IB2, T7, TP2 ..................... 154 ........... * * 2, B9, B14, B32, N34, None ......... T20, TP2, TP13, TP38, TP45. * * IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 153 ........... ........................................... A51 ................................... * * A51 ................................... 159 ........... 237 .................................... * * ........................................... 189 ........... * * A9, IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ..... 152 ........... * * 162, A2 ............................. None ......... * * A19, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ... 151 ........... T21, TP7, TP33 ................ None ......... * * 371 .................................... 306 ........... 227 ........... * 226 ........... * 226 ........... * 203 ........... 201 ........... * 212 ........... * 227 ........... * 212 ........... 159 ........... 159 ........... * 159 ........... 213 ........... * 189 ........... * 212 ........... * 182 ........... * 212 ........... 181 ........... * 302, 304 ... 25 kg ........ No limit ..... 30 kg ........ Forbidden 249 ........... Forbidden * 249 ........... Forbidden * 249 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 60 L .......... 243 ........... * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 244 ........... Forbidden * 242 ........... 15 kg ........ 159 ........... 159 ........... * 159 ........... 30 kg ........ None ......... * 189 ........... Forbidden * 242 ........... 5 kg .......... * None ......... Forbidden * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ None ......... Forbidden * None ......... No limit ..... Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden * 220 L ........ 1 L ............ * 50 kg ........ * Forbidden * 50 kg ........ No limit ..... No limit ..... * No limit ..... 230 kg ...... * No limit ..... * 25 kg ........ * 0.5 kg ....... * 50 kg ........ Forbidden * No limit ..... D ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... D ............... B ............... C ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... C ............... D ............... E ............... D ............... A. 12, 25, 40, 66, 74, 89, 90 12, 25, 40, 66, 74, 89, 90 12, 25, 40, 66, 74, 89, 90 12, 25, 40 21, 25, 28, 40, 49, 100 12, 25, 40 12, 25 13, 147, 148 52, 146 146 52 13, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 28, 36 13, 52, 148 13, 148 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1125 VerDate Sep<11>2014 (1) Symbols 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 UN2347 .... * 4.1 Frm 00052 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Calcium silicide .............. Calcium, pyrophoric or Calcium alloys, pyrophoric. Calcium peroxide ........... Calcium phosphide ........ Calcium manganese silicon. Calcium hydride ............. Calcium cyanamide with more than 0.1 percent of calcium carbide. UN1403 .... UN1402 .... UN2844 .... * 4.3 UN1855 .... UN1405 .... * 4.3 * 5.1 4.3 4.2 UN1457 .... UN1360 .... * 4.3 UN1404 .... * 4.3 * 4.3 Calcium ......................... Calcium carbide ............. UN1401 .... * 4.3 Butyric acid .................... * UN2956 .... 3 * UN3255 .... UN3449 .... 6.1 * 4.2 UN1694 .... * 6.1 (4) Identification Nos. UN2820 .... (3) Hazard class or division 8 5-tert-Butyl-2,4,6-trinitrom-xylene or Musk xylene. Butyl mercaptan ............ tert-Butyl hypochlorite .... Bromobenzyl cyanides, liquid. Bromobenzyl cyanides, solid. (2) Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 8 ........ 4.1 ..... 3 ........ 4.2, 8 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... (6) Label codes * II ... III .. I .... * II ... I .... * III .. * I .... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 5.1 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 4.2 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... II ... * III .. 4.3 ..... * I .... * II ... * III .. * III .. * II ... * I .... I .... * I .... (5) PG (8A) Exceptions None ......... * * 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... * 151 ........... None ......... * * A19, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ... 151 ........... A1, A19, IB8, IP4, T1, 151 ........... TP33. ........................................... * * IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ 152 ........... A8, A19, N40 .................... None ......... * A1, A19, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * A1, A19, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. * A1, A8, B55, B59, IB4, IP1, N34, T9, TP7, TP33. A1, A8, B55, B59, IB7, IP2, N34, T3, TP33. * * IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ 151 ........... * * IB3, T4, TP1 ..................... 154 ........... * * 159 .................................... None ......... * * A3, A6, IB2, T4, TP1 ........ 150 ........... * * ........................................... None ......... T6, TP33 ........................... * * T14, TP2, TP13 ................ None ......... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 212 ........... 213 ........... 187 ........... * 212 ........... 211 ........... * 213 ........... * 211 ........... * 213 ........... 212 ........... * 211 ........... * 212 ........... * 203 ........... * 223 ........... * 202 ........... * 211 ........... 211 ........... * 201 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 5 kg .......... 15 kg ........ Forbidden * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ 241 ........... 25 kg ........ None ......... * 242 ........... 5 kg .......... 242 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 25 kg ........ * 242 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 25 kg ........ 241 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ * 241 ........... 5 L ............ * None ......... Forbidden * 242 ........... 5 L ............ * 243 ........... Forbidden 242 ........... * 243 ........... Forbidden (8C) Bulk * 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... Forbidden * 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 100 kg ...... * 15 kg ........ * 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 50kg .......... * 60 L .......... * Forbidden * 60 L .......... * Forbidden 50 kg ........ * 30 L .......... (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) B ............... B ............... D ............... C ............... E ............... A ............... E ............... A ............... B ............... B ............... E ............... A ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... (10A) Location 13, 52, 85, 103, 148 13, 52, 85, 103, 148 13, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 52, 85, 103, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 12, 25 12, 25, 40, 127 52, 95, 102 40 12, 25, 40, 52 12, 25, 40, 52 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1126 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00053 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM UN2969 .... UN1362 .... UN1361 .... UN1407 .... UN2668 .... UN3416 .... UN1697 .... 4.3 4.3 * 6.1 * 6.1 6.1 Corrosive liquids, waterreactive, n.o.s. Chlorosilanes, water-reactive, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s. Chloronitrobenzenes, liquid. 08JAR2 Corrosive solids, waterreactive, n.o.s. G ....... Crotonic acid, liquid ....... Crotonic acid, solid ........ Corrosive solids, toxic, n.o.s. G ....... UN3409 .... * * 8 8 8 8 8 UN3472 .... UN2823 .... UN3096 .... UN2923 .... UN3094 .... * 4.3 * UN2988 .... * 6.1 UN2745 .... * 6.1 Chloromethyl chloroformate. UN3437 .... 6.1 Chlorocresols, solid ....... UN2669 .... UN3078 .... * 4.1 * 6.1 UN1333 .... 9 * * 4.2 4.2 Chlorocresols solution ... Chloroacetophenone, liquid, (CN). Chloroacetophenone, solid, (CN). Chloroacetonitrile .......... Cerium, slabs, ingots, or rods. Cerium, turnings or gritty powder. Cesium or Caesium ....... Castor beans or Castor meal or Castor pomace or Castor flake. Carbon, activated .......... Carbon, animal or vegetable origin. G ....... + ........ + ........ A W ... I ......... I ......... mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 8, 4.3 4.3, 3, 8. 6.1 ..... 6.1, 8 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 6.1, 3 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.1 ..... 8, 4.3 II ... 8 ........ 8 ........ 8, 6.1 8, 6.1 8, 4.3 II ... III .. I .... * III .. III .. 8, 6.1 II ... * I .... 8, 4.3 * I .... * I .... * II ... * II ... * II ... III .. II ... II ... * II ... * I .... I .... II ... * II ... None .. III .. * II ... 4.2 ..... * III .. II ... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... * None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... 154 ........... 154 ........... None ......... * * IB8, T1 .............................. 154 ........... IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ 154 ........... IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ IB4, IP1, T6, TP33 ............ * * IB7, T6, TP33 ................... None ......... A6, A7 ............................... * * A6, A7 ............................... None ......... * * A2, T14, TP2, TP7, TP13 None ......... * * IB2, T7, TP2 ..................... 153 ........... * * IB2, T7, TP2, TP13 .......... 153 ........... * * IB2, T7, TP2 ..................... 153 ........... IB3, T7, TP2 ..................... 153 ........... IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 153 ........... * A3, IB2, N12, N32, N33, T7, TP2, TP13. A3, IB8, IP2, IP4, N12, N32, N33, N34, T3, TP2, TP13, TP33. * * 2, B9, B14, B32, IB9, T20, None ......... TP2, TP13, TP38, TP45. A7, A19, IB4, IP1, N34, N40. A1, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ..... * * IB8, IP2, IP4, N34 ............ None ......... * * IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 155 ........... IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ * * IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ None ......... IB6, T3, TP33 ................... None ......... * 203 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... 211 ........... * 211 ........... 202 ........... * 201 ........... * 201 ........... * 202 ........... * 202 ........... * 202 ........... 203 ........... 212 ........... 212 ........... * 202 ........... * 227 ........... 211 ........... 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 204 ........... 213 ........... * 213 ........... 212 ........... Forbidden Forbidden 15 kg ........ Forbidden 1 L ............ 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 1 kg .......... * 241 ........... 5 L ............ 240 ........... 25 kg ........ 242 ........... 240 ........... 240 ........... 243 ........... * 242 ........... 1 kg .......... 243 ........... * 243 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden * 243 ........... 5 L ............ * 243 ........... 1 L ............ * 243 ........... 5 L ............ 241 ........... 60 L .......... 242 ........... 25 kg ........ None ......... * 243 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden 242 ........... 242 ........... * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 240 ........... No limit ..... 241 ........... * 241 ........... 0.5 kg ....... 242 ........... Forbidden * 60 L .......... 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 25 kg ........ * 25 kg ........ 5 L ............ * 1 L ............ * 1 L ............ * 60 L .......... * 30 L .......... * 60 L .......... 220 L ........ 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... * 60 L .......... * Forbidden 15 kg ........ 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * No limit ..... Forbidden * 0.5 kg ....... Forbidden A ............... A ............... D ............... B ............... B ............... D ............... B ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... D ............... E ............... A ............... E ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... 12, 25 12, 25 13, 148 40 40 13, 148 40 13, 148 13, 148 13, 21, 28, 40, 49, 100, 147, 148 44, 89, 100, 141 12, 13, 25, 40 12, 25 12, 25 12, 25 12, 25, 40 12, 25, 40 12, 25, 40, 52 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 74, 91, 147, 148 34, 40, 44, 122 12, 25 12, 25 12, 25 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1127 VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 A W ... (1) Symbols * * 8 * 6.1 UN2670 .... UN1889 .... (4) Identification Nos. UN3054 .... (3) Hazard class or division Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00054 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Fish meal, stabilized or Fish scrap, stabilized. Fish meal, unstablized or Fish scrap, unstabilized. Ferrous metal borings or Ferrous metal shavings or Ferrous metal turnings or Ferrous metal cuttings in a form liable to selfheating. Ferrosilicon with 30 percent or more but less than 90 percent silicon. Ferrocerium ................... 2-Ethylhexyl chloroformate. Dipicryl sulfide, wetted with not less than 10 percent water, by mass. Diethylthiophosphoryl chloride. UN2751 .... * 6.1 1,3-Dichloropropanol-2 .. UN2748 .... * 4.1 UN2216 .... UN2793 .... UN1374 .... 9 4.2 * * 4.2 UN1408 .... * 4.1 4.3 UN1323 .... * 6.1 UN2852 .... 8 UN2750 .... * 6.1 1,3-Dichloroacetone ...... * UN2649 .... * 6.1 1,1-Dichloro-1nitroethane. UN2650 .... 3 Cyclohexyl mercaptan ... Cyanuric chloride ........... Cyanogen bromide ........ (2) Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 II ... * III .. * III .. III .. * II ... * II ... * I .... * II ... * II ... * II ... * II ... * III .. * II ... * I .... (5) PG 4.2 ..... None .. 4.2 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 4.1 ..... 6.1, 8 4.1 ..... 8 ........ 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... 3 ........ 8 ........ 6.1, 8 (6) Label codes (8A) Exceptions 155, A1, A19, IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33. None ......... * * 155, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ... 155 ........... * * A1, A19, IB8, IP3, IP7 ...... None ......... * * 59, A19, IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, 151 ........... TP33. A1, A19, B6, IB8, IP4, IP7, 151 ........... T1, TP33. * * IB2, T7, TP2, TP13 .......... 153 ........... * * 162, A2, N41, N84 ............ None ......... * * B2, IB2, T7, TP2 ............... None ......... * * IB2, T7, TP2 ..................... 153 ........... * * IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 153 ........... * * IB2, T7, TP2 ..................... 153 ........... * * B1, IB3, T2, TP1 ............... 150 ........... * * IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... None ......... * * A6, A8, T6, TP33 .............. None ......... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) 212 ........... * 218 ........... * 213 ........... 213 ........... * 212 ........... * 202 ........... * 211 ........... * 212 ........... * 202 ........... * 212 ........... * 202 ........... * 203 ........... * 212 ........... * 211 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 25 kg ........ 241 ........... Forbidden * 218 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 25 kg ........ 240 ........... * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 243 ........... 1 L ............ * None ......... Forbidden * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 243 ........... 5 L ............ * 242 ........... 25 kg ........ * 243 ........... 5 L ............ * 242 ........... 60 L .......... * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 242 ........... 1 kg .......... (8C) Bulk Forbidden * Forbidden * 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... * 50 kg ........ * 30 L .......... * 0.5 kg ....... * 50 kg ........ * 60 L .......... * 100 kg ...... * 60 L .......... * 220 L ........ * 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) B ............... B ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... B ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... D ............... (10A) Location 18, 25, 128 25, 88, 122, 128 13, 148 13, 40, 52, 53, 85, 103, 148 13, 147, 148 12, 13, 25, 40 28, 36 12, 25, 40 12, 25, 40 12, 25, 40 12, 25, 40, 74 40, 95, 102 12, 25, 40 40, 52 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1128 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00055 Fmt 4701 G ....... Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 8 8 8 UN3212 .... UN1966 .... UN1790 .... UN1790 .... UN2280 .... UN2646 .... UN2545 .... UN3476 .... * 4.2 UN2407 .... UN1376 .... * 5.1 * 2.1 * * * 6.1 * 4.2 * 4.3 08JAR2 UN3072 .... UN2990 .... 9 Krill meal ........................ * * 4.2 Isopropyl chloroformate Life-saving appliances, not self inflating containing dangerous goods as equipment. Life-saving appliances, self inflating. UN3497 .... * 6.1 Iron oxide, spent, or Iron sponge, spent obtained from coal gas purification. Hypochlorites, inorganic, n.o.s. Hydrogen, refrigerated liquid (cryogenic liquid). Hydrofluoric acid, with more than 60 percent strength. Hydrofluoric acid, with not more than 60 percent strength. Hexamethylenediamine, solid. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene. Hafnium powder, dry ..... Fuel cell cartridges or Fuel cell cartridges contained in equipment or Fuel cell cartridges packed with equipment, containing water-reactive substances. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 9 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.3 ..... ...... * ...... * II ... III .. * I .... * III .. * II ... * ...... II ... * I .... * III .. None .. None .. 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 6.1, 3, 8. 4.2 ..... 5.1 ..... 2.1 ..... 8, 6.1 8, 6.1 8 ........ 6.1 ..... III .. * I .... 4.2 ..... * I .... II ... * ...... 154 ........... 338 .................................... None ......... * * 134 .................................... None ......... * * 155, IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ... None ......... 155, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ... None ......... * * 2, B9, B14, B32, B77, None ......... T20, TP2, TP13, TP38, TP44. * * B18, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ... None ......... * * 349, A9, IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, 152 ........... TP33. * * T75, TP5 ........................... None ......... A6, A7, B15, IB2, N5, N34, T8, TP2. * * A6, A7, B4, B15, B23, N5, None ......... N34, T10, TP2, TP13. * * IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ 154 ........... * * 2, B9, B14, B32, B77, None ......... T20, TP2, TP13, TP38, TP45. * * ........................................... None ......... A19, A20, IB6, IP2, N34, None ......... T3, TP33. IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ None ......... * * 328 .................................... 230 ........... 219 ........... * 219 ........... * 212 ........... 213 ........... * 227 ........... * 213 ........... * 212 ........... * 316 ........... 202 ........... * 201 ........... * 213 ........... * 227 ........... 213 ........... * 211 ........... 212 ........... * 230 ........... 25 kg ........ 1 L ............ None ......... No limit ..... * None ......... No limit ..... * 242 ........... 15 kg ........ 242 ........... 25 kg ........ * 244 ........... Forbidden * 240 ........... Forbidden * 240 ........... 5 kg .......... * 318, 319 ... Forbidden 243 ........... * 243 ........... 0.5 L ......... * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ * 244 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... 15 kg ........ * 230 ........... 5 kg .......... No limit ..... * No limit ..... * 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... * Forbidden * Forbidden * 25 kg ........ * Forbidden 30 L .......... * 2.5 L ......... * 100 kg ...... * Forbidden 100 kg ...... * Forbidden 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ A ............... A ............... B ............... A ............... B ............... E ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... 122 122 25, 88, 128 128 21, 40, 100 13, 148 4, 25, 52, 56, 58, 69, 116, 118 40, 57 12, 25, 40 12, 25, 40 12, 25 25, 40 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1129 VerDate Sep<11>2014 (1) Symbols 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00056 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 UN1411 .... UN1410 .... * 4.3 UN3481 .... * 4.3 4.3 9 UN3481 .... UN3090 .... UN3091 .... 9 UN1413 .... UN2830 .... UN3480 .... 4.3 UN1415 .... * 4.3 (4) Identification Nos. 9 9 9 UN3091 .... (3) Hazard class or division UN1472 .... UN1417 .... UN1419 .... UN2004 .... * 4.3 4.3 * 5.1 * 4.3 * 4.3 * 4.2 Lithium peroxide ............ Lithium silicon ................ E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Magnesium diamide ...... Magnesium aluminum phosphide. Lithium hydride .............. Lithium hydride, fused solid. UN1414 .... UN2805 .... 9 Lithium borohydride ....... Lithium ferrosilicon ........ Lithium ion batteries including lithium ion polymer batteries. Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment including lithium ion polymer batteries. Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment including lithium ion polymer batteries. Lithium metal batteries including lithium alloy batteries. Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment including lithium alloy batteries. Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment including lithium alloy batteries. Lithium aluminum hydride. Lithium aluminum hydride, ethereal. Lithium ........................... (2) Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * II ... * I .... * II ... * II ... * I .... II ... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... * I .... II ... ...... I .... * I .... * I .... (5) PG 4.2 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 4.3 ..... 5.1 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 9 ........ 9 ........ 9 ........ 9 ........ 9 ........ 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 9 ........ 4.3, 3 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... (6) Label codes (8A) Exceptions None ......... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... * * 151 ........... 152 ........... * A8, A19, A20, IB6, T3, TP33. * None ......... * * A19, N34, N40 .................. None ......... * A19, A20, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33. * A9, IB6, IP2, N34, T3, TP33. * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... A8, A19, A20, IB4, T3, 151 ........... TP33. A54 ................................... A54, A101 ......................... ........................................... A54 ................................... A54 ................................... * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... A19, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ... 151 ........... A51 ................................... 185 ........... A2, A3, A11, N34 ............. * * A19 ................................... None ......... * * A7, A19, IB4, IP1, N45 ..... None ......... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 212 ........... * 211 ........... * 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 211 ........... 212 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... * 211 ........... 212 ........... 185 ........... 201 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail Forbidden 5 kg .......... 5 kg .......... Forbidden 5 kg .......... 5 kg .......... * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ * 242 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ * None ......... 5 kg .......... * 242 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... 15 kg ........ 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... 185 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... 15 kg ........ 185 ........... 5 kg .......... 244 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden (8C) Bulk * 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * 25 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ 50 kg ........ 35 kg ........ 35 kg ........ 35 kg ........ 35 kg ........ 35 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ 50 kg ........ 35 kg ........ 1 L ............ * 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) C ............... E ............... A ............... C ............... E ............... E ............... A. A. A. A. A. E ............... E ............... A. D ............... E ............... E ............... (10A) Location 13, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 85, 103, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 40, 85, 103, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1130 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00057 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM UN2950 .... * 5.1 4.3 UN2215 .... UN2215 .... UN2624 .... 08JAR2 6.1 Mercaptans, liquid, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. or Mercaptan mixtures, liquid, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. Mercaptans, liquid, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. or Mercaptan mixtures, liquid, toxic, flammable, n.o.s., flash point not less than 23 degrees C. UN3071 .... UN1228 .... UN3336 .... 4.3 3 UN2968 .... 6.1 4.2 * UN2647 .... UN2210 .... 8 8 * * 4.3 UN1418 .... UN1476 .... UN2011 .... 4.3 4.1 4.3 UN2010 .... UN1869 .... * 4.3 3 Mercaptans, liquid, flammable, n.o.s. or Mercaptan mixture, liquid, flammable, n.o.s. Maleic anhydride ........... Maleic anhydride, molten. Malononitrile .................. Maneb or Maneb preparations with not less than 60 percent maneb. Maneb stabilized or Maneb preparations, stabilized against selfheating. Magnesium silicide ........ Magnesium, powder or Magnesium alloys, powder. Magnesium peroxide ..... Magnesium phosphide .. Magnesium granules, coated, particle size not less than 149 microns. Magnesium hydride ....... Magnesium or Magnesium alloys with more than 50 percent magnesium in pellets, turnings or ribbons. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 3, 6.1 3 ........ 3 ........ 3 ........ 4.3 ..... 6.1 ..... 4.2, 4.3. 8 ........ 8 ........ 4.3 ..... 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. 5.1 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.3 ..... 6.1, 3 III .. II ... 3, 6.1 II ... II ... III .. * I .... III .. II ... III .. * III .. III .. * II ... III .. II ... I .... * II ... I .... I .... III .. * III .. * None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... * 151 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... 153 ........... None ......... A6, B1, IB3, T7, TP1, TP28. A6, IB2, T11, TP2, TP13, TP27. IB2, T7, TP1, TP8, TP28 .. B1, B52, IB3, T4, TP1, TP29. IB2, T11, TP2, TP27 ........ 153 ........... 150 ........... None ......... 150 ........... 150 ........... * * T11, TP2 ........................... 150 ........... 54, A1, A19, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... 57, A1, A19, IB6, T1, TP33. * * IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ 154 ........... T4, TP3 ............................. None ......... * A19, A20, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33. A19, B56, IB5, IP2, T3, TP33. A19, B56, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. A19, B56 ........................... * * IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ 152 ........... A19, N40 ........................... None ......... A19, N40 ........................... A1, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ..... * A1, A19, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. 202 ........... 203 ........... 202 ........... 202 ........... 203 ........... * 201 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... * 213 ........... 213 ........... * 212 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 211 ........... * 212 ........... 211 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... * 213 ........... Forbidden 25 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 243 ........... 242 ........... 243 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 5 L ............ 5 L ............ Forbidden 5 L ............ 60 L .......... * 243 ........... 1 L ............ 242 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ 240 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ 241 ........... 241 ........... 244 ........... * 242 ........... 5 kg .......... None ......... Forbidden 242 ........... 240 ........... * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ 60 L .......... 220 L ........ 60 L .......... 60 L .......... 220 L ........ * 30 L .......... 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... * 100 kg ...... Forbidden * 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... * 100 kg ...... C ............... A ............... B ............... B ............... B ............... E ............... B ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... B ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... C ............... E ............... E ............... A ............... A ............... 40, 102, 121 40, 95, 102 40, 95, 102 95, 102 95, 102 95, 102 13, 34, 52, 148 12, 25 13, 34, 148 95, 102 95, 102 13, 85, 103, 148 13, 39, 52, 148 13, 39, 52, 148 13, 39, 52, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 39, 52, 53, 74, 101, 147, 148 13, 52, 148 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1131 VerDate Sep<11>2014 (2) 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00058 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 G ....... G ....... G ....... Metallic substance, water-reactive, selfheating, n.o.s. G ....... Organic peroxide type B, liquid. Organic peroxide type B, liquid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type B, solid. Methyl vinyl ketone, stabilized. Methyl magnesium bromide, in ethyl ether. Methyl iodide ................. Metallic substance, water-reactive, n.o.s. G ....... Metal powders, flammable, n.o.s. Metal powder, self-heating, n.o.s. Metal hydrides, water reactive, n.o.s. Metal catalyst, dry ......... A W ... G ....... Mercury contained in manufactured articles. (1) Symbols Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 (3) UN3506 .... (4) Identification Nos. * 4.3 UN1928 .... UN2644 .... UN3209 .... UN3208 .... UN3089 .... * 5.2 5.2 UN3102 .... UN3111 .... UN3101 .... * 6.1 5.2 UN1251 .... * 4.3 * 6.1 4.3 4.3 4.1 UN3189 .... UN1409 .... * 4.2 * 4.2 UN2881 .... 8 * Hazard class or division 4.2 ..... 4.3 ..... II ... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. III .. I .... II ... III .. I .... II ... II ... II ... * II ... * I .... * I .... * I .... 5.2, 1 5.2, 1 5.2, 1 6.1, 3, 8. 4.3, 3 6.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.3 ..... III .. II ... III .. 4.2 ..... 4.1 ..... * II ... 4.3 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 8, 6.1 (6) Label codes * I .... * I .... II ... III .. * ...... (5) PG (8A) Exceptions 151 ........... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... 53 ...................................... 53 ...................................... 152 ........... None ......... * * 53 ...................................... 152 ........... * * 1, B9, B14, B30, T22, None ......... TP2, TP13, TP38, TP44. * * ........................................... None ......... * * 2, B9, B14, B32, T20, None ......... TP2, TP13, TP38, TP45. A7, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33 ..... A7, IB5, IP2, T3, TP33 ..... A7, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ..... A7, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33 ..... A7 ..................................... IB8, IP2, IP4, T1, TP33 .... A7, IB4 .............................. IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... * * IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ None ......... A19, IB4, N34, N40, T3, TP33. * * A19, N34, N40 .................. None ......... * * N34, T21, TP7, TP33 ....... None ......... IB6, IP2, N34, T3, TP33 ... None ......... IB8, IP3, N34, T1, TP33 ... None ......... * * A191 ................................. 164 ........... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) 225 ........... 225 ........... * 225 ........... * 226 ........... * 201 ........... * 227 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... * 212 ........... 212 ........... * 211 ........... * 187 ........... 187 ........... 187 ........... * None ......... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ None ......... None ......... Forbidden Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden * 243 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden 242 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... 240 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 240 ........... * 241 ........... 15 kg ........ 242 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden 242 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... 25 kg ........ * None ......... No limit ..... (8C) Bulk Forbidden Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden * 1 L ............ * Forbidden 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * Forbidden 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... * No limit ..... (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) D ............... D ............... D ............... B ............... D ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... B ............... E ............... C ............... B ............... C ............... D ............... D ............... C ............... C ............... C ............... B ............... (10A) Location 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 21, 40, 100 13, 148 12, 25, 40 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 74, 147, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 148 13, 74, 147, 148 13, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 147, 148 13, 147, 148 13, 147, 148 40, 97 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1132 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00059 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... Organometallic substance, liquid, waterreactive, flammable. Organometallic substance, liquid, pyrophoric. Organometallic substance, liquid, pyrophoric, water-reactive. Organometallic substance, liquid, waterreactive. Organic peroxide type B, solid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type C, liquid. Organic peroxide type C, liquid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type C, solid. Organic peroxide type C, solid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type D, liquid. Organic peroxide type D, liquid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type D, solid. Organic peroxide type D, solid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type E, liquid. Organic peroxide type E, liquid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type E, solid. Organic peroxide type E, solid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type F, liquid. Organic peroxide type F, liquid, temperature controlled. Organic peroxide type F, solid. Organic peroxide type F, solid, temperature controlled. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 4.3 4.3 UN3399 .... UN3398 .... UN3394 .... UN3392 .... * 4.2 4.2 UN3120 .... UN3110 .... UN3119 .... UN3109 .... UN3118 .... UN3108 .... UN3117 .... UN3107 .... UN3116 .... UN3106 .... UN3115 .... UN3105 .... UN3114 .... UN3104 .... UN3113 .... UN3103 .... UN3112 .... 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 4.3, 3 4.3, 3 II ... III .. 4.3, 3 III .. 4.3, 3 4.3, 3 II ... I .... 4.3 ..... 4.2, 4.3. 4.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2 ..... 5.2, 1 I .... I .... * I .... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... IB1, IP2, T7, TP2, TP7, TP36, TP47. IB2, IP4, T7, TP2, TP7, TP36, TP47. IB1, T7, TP2, TP7, TP36, TP47. IB2, T7, TP2, TP7, TP36, TP47. T13, TP2, TP7, TP36, TP47. T13, TP2, TP7, TP36, TP47. B11, T21, TP2, TP7, TP36, TP47. 202 ........... 203 ........... None ......... 201 ........... 203 ........... 202 ........... 201 ........... 181 ........... * 181 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... * * B11, T21, TP2, TP7, TP36 None ......... TP33 ................................. TP33 ................................. IP5 .................................... A61, IP5 ............................ ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... A61 ................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... 53 ...................................... Forbidden 10 kg ........ Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden 10 kg ........ Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden 5 kg .......... Forbidden 5 L ............ Forbidden 5 kg .......... Forbidden 5 L ............ Forbidden 242 ........... 243 ........... 244 ........... 242 ........... 243 ........... 244 ........... 244 ........... 5 L ............ 1 L ............ Forbidden 5 L ............ 1 L ............ Forbidden Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... 225 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... 60 L .......... 5 L ............ 1 L ............ 60 L .......... 5 L ............ 1 L ............ Forbidden * Forbidden Forbidden 25 kg ........ Forbidden 25 L .......... Forbidden 25 kg ........ Forbidden 25 L .......... Forbidden 10 kg ........ Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden 10 kg ........ Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden E ............... D ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 52, 78, 148 13, 78, 148 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 12, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1133 VerDate Sep<11>2014 (2) 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 G ....... Frm 00060 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 Oxidizing liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. Organometallic substance, solid, waterreactive, self-heating. Oxidizing liquid, n.o.s .... Oxidizing liquid, toxic, n.o.s. Oxidizing solid, corrosive, n.o.s. Oxidizing solid, flammable, n.o.s. G ....... G ....... G ....... Organometallic substance, solid, waterreactive, flammable. Organometallic substance, solid, waterreactive. G ....... G ....... Organometallic substance, solid, pyrophoric. Organometallic substance, solid, pyrophoric, water-reactive. (1) Symbols Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... (3) E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 UN3137 .... UN3085 .... * 5.1 5.1 UN3099 .... UN3139 .... UN3098 .... UN3397 .... UN3396 .... UN3395 .... UN3393 .... UN3391 .... (4) Identification Nos. 5.1 5.1 * 5.1 4.3 4.3 * 4.3 4.2 4.2 Hazard class or division 4.2, 4.3. 4.2 ..... (6) Label codes II ... III .. I .... * I .... III .. II ... II ... III .. I .... II ... III .. I .... * I .... III .. II ... I .... III .. II ... I .... 5.1, 8 5.1, 8 5.1, 4.1. 5.1, 8 5.1, 8 5.1, 8 5.1 ..... 5.1 ..... 5.1 ..... 5.1, 6.1. 5.1, 6.1. 5.1, 6.1. 5.1, 8 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.1. 4.3, 4.1. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.1. 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... II ... III .. 4.3 ..... * I .... I .... I .... (5) PG * None ......... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... (8A) Exceptions IB1 .............................. IB2 .............................. 127, A2, A6 ................ 127, A2, IB2 ............... 127, A2, IB2 ............... A6 ............................... 152 ........... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... 152 ........... 152 ........... None ......... 62, IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ..... 62, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ..... 62 ...................................... None ......... 152 ........... None ......... * * 62 ...................................... None ......... 62, IB2 .............................. 62, IB1 .............................. 62, 62, 62, 62, 62, 62, * * 62, A6 ............................... None ......... IB4, T3, TP33, TP36, TP47. IB6, T1, TP33, TP36, TP47. IB4, T3, TP33, TP36, TP47. IB6, T1, TP33, TP36, TP47. N40, T9, TP7, TP33, TP36, TP47. IB4, T3, TP33, TP36, TP47. IB6, T1, TP33, TP36, TP47. N40, T9, TP7, TP33, TP36, TP47. * N40, T9, TP7, TP33, TP36, TP47. B11, T21, TP7, TP33, TP36, TP47. T21, TP7, TP33, TP36 ..... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... 214 ........... * 211 ........... 203 ........... 202 ........... 202 203 201 202 203 201 * 201 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... * 211 ........... 187 ........... 187 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) Forbidden Forbidden (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... 2.5 L ......... 1 L ............ 1 L ............ 2.5 L ......... Forbidden 1 L ............ 2.5 L ......... Forbidden 242 ........... 240 ........... 214 ........... 5 kg .......... 25 kg ........ Forbidden * 242 ........... 1 kg .......... 242 ........... 243 ........... 243 242 243 242 241 244 * 244 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden 244 ........... 244 ........... (8C) Bulk 25 kg ........ 100 kg ...... Forbidden * 15 kg ........ 30 L .......... 5 L ............ 5 L ............ 30 L .......... 2.5 L ......... 5 L ............ 30 L .......... 2.5 L ......... * 2.5 L ......... 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ Forbidden Forbidden (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... B ............... B ............... ................... D ............... B ............... B ............... B B D B B D D ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... D ............... (10A) Location 56, 56, 58, 58, 58, 58, 58, 138 58, 138 138 138 138 138 13, 34, 56, 58, 138 13, 34, F56, 58, 138 13, 147, 148 13, 56, 58, 138 56, 58, 95, 138 56, 58, 95, 138 13, 13, 56, 56, 56, 56, 13, 56, 58, 138 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 148 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1134 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 G ....... G ....... 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00061 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM UN3121 .... UN3087 .... 3 8 8 3 08JAR2 8 Paint related material including paint thinning, drying, removing, or reducing compound. Paint related material corrosive, flammable (including paint thinning or reducing compound). UN3470 .... UN1263 .... UN3469 .... UN3470 .... UN3066 .... UN1263 .... * 5.1 * UN3356 .... 5.1 * 5.1 3 Paint, corrosive, flammable (including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac solutions, varnish, polish, liquid filler, and liquid lacquer base). Paint, flammable, corrosive, (including paint , lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and liquid lacquer base). Paint or Paint related material. Paint including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac solutions, varnish, polish, liquid filler, and liquid lacquer base. Oxygen generator, chemical (including when contained in associated equipment, e.g., passenger service units (PSUs), portable breathing equipment (PBE), etc). Oxidizing solid, water reactive, n.o.s. Oxidizing solid, toxic, n.o.s.. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 3, 8 .... 3, 8 .... 8, 3 .... 8 ........ 8 ........ 3 ........ 3 ........ 3 ........ 5.1 ..... 5.1, 6.1. 5.1, 6.1. 5.1, 6.1. 5.1, 4.3. 3 ........ II ... III .. 8, 3 .... 3 ........ III .. I .... II ... 3, 8 .... 3 ........ II ... I .... II ... III .. II ... III .. II ... * I .... * ...... ...... III .. II ... * I .... None ......... 152 ........... 152 ........... 149,367, B52, IB2, T4, TP1, TP8, TP28. 367, B1, B52, IB3, T2, TP1, TP29. 367, IB2, T7, TP2, TP8, TP28. 367, IB2, T7, TP2, TP8, TP28. 367, IB3, T4, TP1, TP29 .. 367, T11, TP1, TP8, TP27 367, T11, TP2, TP27 ........ 149, 367, B52, IB2, T4, TP1, TP8, TP28. 367, B1, B52, IB3, T2, TP1, TP29. 367, B2, IB2, T7, TP2, TP28. 367, B52, IB3, T4, TP1, TP29. 367, IB2, T7, TP2, TP8, TP28. 154 ........... 150 ........... 150 ........... 150 ........... 150 ........... 150 ........... None ......... 154 ........... 154 ........... 154 ........... 150 ........... 150 ........... * * 367, T11, TP1, TP8, TP27 150 ........... * * ........................................... None ......... 62 ...................................... 62, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ..... 62, IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ..... * * 62 ...................................... None ......... 202 ........... 173 ........... 173 ........... 203 ........... 201 ........... 202 ........... 201 ........... 202 ........... 173 ........... 173 ........... 173 ........... 173 ........... * 201 ........... * 168 ........... 214 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... * 211 ........... Forbidden 25 kg ........ 5 kg .......... 243 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 243 ........... 243 ........... 243 ........... 243 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 1 L ............ 60 L .......... 5 L ............ 5 L ............ 1 L ............ 1 L ............ 0.5 L ......... 1 L ............ 5 L ............ 1 L ............ 60 L .......... 5 L ............ * 243 ........... 1 L ............ * None ......... Forbidden 214 ........... 240 ........... 242 ........... * 242 ........... 1 kg .......... 30 L .......... 220 L ........ 60 L .......... 60 L .......... 30 L .......... 5 L ............ 2.5 L ......... 30 L .......... 60 L .......... 30 L .......... 220 L ........ 60 L .......... * 30 L .......... * 25 kg ........ Forbidden 100 kg ...... 25 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ B ............... A. B. A ............... E. B ............... E ............... B ............... A ............... A ............... A. B. E. D ............... ................... B ............... B ............... D ............... 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 56, 58, 69, 106 13, 148 56, 58, 138 56, 58, 138 56, 58, 138 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1135 VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 G ....... + ........ (1) Symbols Frm 00062 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Phosphorus pentasulfide, free from yellow or white phosphorus. Phosphorus pentabromide. Phosphorus oxybromide Phosphorus heptasulfide, free from yellow or white phosphorus. Phenyl chloroformate .... Pesticides, liquid, flammable, toxic, flash point less than 23 degrees C. Persulfates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s. Peroxides, inorganic, n.o.s. Pentaborane .................. Paint related material, flammable, corrosive (including paint thinning or reducing compound). (2) Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 (3) UN3469 .... UN1380 .... 3 (4) Identification Nos. UN3021 .... UN2746 .... 3 UN2691 .... UN1939 .... UN1340 .... 8 * 8 * 4.1 * UN1339 .... * 6.1 * UN3216 .... * 5.1 * 5.1 UN1483 .... * 4.2 Hazard class or division * 4.3 3, 8 .... 3, 8 .... (6) Label codes * II ... * II ... * II ... * II ... * II ... II ... * I .... 4.3, 4.1. 8 ........ 8 ........ 4.1 ..... 6.1, 8 3, 6.1 3, 6.1 5.1 ..... 5.1 ..... III .. * III .. 5.1 ..... * II ... 4.2, 6.1. III .. * I .... 3, 8 .... II ... I .... (5) PG 150 ........... 150 ........... None ......... (8A) Exceptions * 152 ........... None ......... 150 ........... * None ......... * * A20, B59, IB4, T3, TP33 .. 151 ........... * * A7, IB8, IP2, IP4, N34, T3, 154 ........... TP33. * B8, IB8, IP2, IP4, N41, N43, T3, TP33. * * A20, IB4, N34, T3, TP33 .. None ......... * * IB2, T7, TP2, TP13 .......... 153 ........... IB2, T11, TP2, TP13, TP27. * * B5, T14, TP2, TP13, TP27 None ......... * * IB2, T4, TP1, TP29 .......... 152 ........... * A7, A20, IB6, IP2, N34, T3, TP33. A7, A20, IB8, IP3, N34, T1, TP33. * * 1 ........................................ None ......... 367, IB2, T7, TP2, TP8, TP28. 367, IB3, T4, TP1, TP29 .. 367, T11, TP2, TP27 ........ (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 212 ........... * 202 ........... 202 ........... * 201 ........... * 203 ........... 213 ........... * 212 ........... * 205 ........... 203 ........... 202 ........... 201 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) 5 L ............ 1 L ............ 0.5 L ......... (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 25 kg ........ 1 L ............ * 242 ........... 15 kg ........ * 240 ........... Forbidden * 240 ........... Forbidden * 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 243 ........... 1 L ............ 243 ........... * 243 ........... Forbidden * 241 ........... 2.5 L ......... 240 ........... * 242 ........... 5 kg .......... * 245 ........... Forbidden 242 ........... 243 ........... 243 ........... (8C) Bulk * 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * 30 L .......... 60 L .......... * 30 L .......... * 30 L .......... 100 kg ...... * 25 kg ........ * Forbidden 60 L .......... 5 L ............ 2.5 L ......... (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) B ............... B ............... C ............... B ............... A ............... B ............... B ............... A ............... C ............... C ............... D ............... A ............... B ............... E ............... (10A) Location 13, 74, 148 12, 25, 40, 53, 55 12, 25, 40 13, 74, 147, 148 12, 13, 25, 40 40 40 56, 58, 133 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 148 40 40 40 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1136 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00063 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... UN2579 .... UN2578 .... UN1343 .... UN1870 .... UN1420 .... * 4.3 * 4.3 Potassium ...................... UN3403 .... Quinoline ....................... Pyrophoric liquid, inorganic, n.o.s. Pyrophoric liquids, organic, n.o.s. Pyrophoric metals, n.o.s., or Pyrophoric alloys, n.o.s. Pyrophoric solid, inorganic, n.o.s. Pyrophoric solids, organic, n.o.s. Printing ink, flammable or Printing ink related material (including printing ink thinning or reducing compound), flammable. Potassium superoxide ... UN1422 .... * 4.3 Potassium phosphide .... UN2846 .... UN2656 .... * 6.1 UN3200 .... UN1383 .... UN2845 .... UN3194 .... 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 * 4.2 UN1210 .... * 5.1 3 UN2466 .... 4.3 * UN3404 .... * 4.3 UN2012 .... * 5.1 Potassium peroxide ....... Potassium sodium alloys, liquid. Potassium sodium alloys, solid. UN1491 .... 4.3 Potassium, metal alloys, liquid. Potassium, metal alloys, solid. Potassium borohydride .. UN2257 .... * 4.3 Piperazine ..................... * * 8 4.1 8 Phosphorus trioxide ....... Phosphorus trisulfide, free from yellow or white phosphorus. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 3 ........ 5.1 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 5.1 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 8 ........ 8 ........ 4.1 ..... * III .. I .... I .... I .... I .... * I .... 6.1 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 3 ........ II ... III .. 3 ........ * I .... * I .... I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... * III .. * III .. II ... None ......... 150 ........... 150 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... * * IB3, T4, TP1 ..................... 153 ........... ........................................... T21, TP7, TP33 ................ B11, T21, TP7, TP33 ....... B11, T22, TP2, TP7 ......... * * ........................................... None ......... 149, 367, IB2, T4, TP1, TP8. 367, B1, IB3, T2, TP1 ...... * * 367, T11, TP1, TP8 .......... 150 ........... * * A20, IB6, IP1 .................... None ......... * * A7, A19, B27, N34, N40, None ......... T9, TP3, TP7, TP31. A19, B27, N34, N40, T9, None ......... TP7, TP33. * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * * A20, IB6, IP1, N34 ........... None ......... A19, A20, B27, IB4, IP1, T9, TP7, TP33. * * A7, A19, A20, B27 ............ None ......... * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * * A7, A19, A20, B27, IB4, None ......... IP1, N6, N34, T9, TP7, TP33. * * IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ 154 ........... * * IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ 154 ........... A20, IB4, N34, T3, TP33 .. None ......... * 203 ........... 187 ........... 187 ........... 187 ........... 181 ........... * 181 ........... 173 ........... 173 ........... * 173 ........... * 211 ........... 211 ........... * 201 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... 211 ........... * 201 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 213 ........... * 213 ........... 212 ........... Forbidden Forbidden 60 L .......... 5 L ............ Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden * 241 ........... 60 L .......... 242 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 244 ........... * 244 ........... Forbidden 242 ........... 242 ........... * 243 ........... 1 L ............ * None ......... Forbidden 244 ........... * 244 ........... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden 244 ........... * 244 ........... Forbidden * 242 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ 240 ........... 15 kg ........ * 220 L ........ Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden * Forbidden 220 L ........ 60 L .......... * 30 L .......... * 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 1 L ............ * 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 1 L ............ * 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 100 kg ...... * 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ A ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... A. B. E. E ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... C ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... A ............... A ............... B ............... 12, 25 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 78, 148 13, 78, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 40, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 12, 25, 52 12, 25 13, 74, 147, 148 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1137 VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Seed cake with not more than 1.5 percent oil and not more than 11 percent moisture. Rubidium ....................... Radioactive material, excepted package-limited quantity of material. (2) PO 00000 Frm 00064 G ....... Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... Self-reactive liquid type B. Self-reactive liquid type B, temperature controlled. Self-reactive liquid type C. Self-reactive liquid type C, temperature controlled. Self-reactive liquid type D. Self-reactive liquid type D, temperature controlled. Self-reactive liquid type E. Self-reactive liquid type E, temperature controlled. Self-reactive liquid type F. Self-reactive liquid type F, temperature controlled. Self-reactive solid type B Self-reactive solid type B, temperature controlled. Self-reactive solid type C. Self-reactive solid type C, temperature controlled. Self-reactive solid type D. Self-reactive solid type D, temperature controlled. I ......... ........... (1) Symbols Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 (3) 7 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 * 4.1 * 4.2 * 4.3 * Hazard class or division UN3236 .... UN3226 .... UN3234 .... UN3224 .... UN3222 .... UN3232 .... UN3239 .... UN3229 .... UN3237 .... UN3227 .... UN3235 .... UN3225 .... UN3233 .... UN3223 .... UN3231 .... UN3221 .... UN2217 .... UN1423 .... UN2910 .... (4) Identification Nos. II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... II ... * II ... * III .. * I .... * ...... (5) PG 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... None .. 4.3 ..... None .. (6) Label codes (8A) Exceptions * None ......... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... 53 ...................................... 53 ...................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... 53 ...................................... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... * * 53 ...................................... 151 ........... * * IB8, IP3, IP7, N7 .............. None ......... * 22, A7, A19, IB4, IP1, N34, N40, N45. * * 368 .................................... 421, 422 ... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... * 224 ........... * 213 ........... * 211 ........... * 421, 422 ... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... Forbidden 5 kg .......... Forbidden 5 kg .......... (1) ............. Forbidden Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden 5 L ............ Forbidden 5 L ............ Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * 241 ........... Forbidden * 242 ........... Forbidden * 421, 422 ... ................... (8C) Bulk Forbidden 10 kg ........ Forbidden 10 kg ........ (2) ............. Forbidden Forbidden 25 L .......... Forbidden 25 L .......... Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden 10 L .......... Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden * 15 kg ........ * ................... (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... D ............... A. (10A) Location 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53, 127 2, 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53, 127 13, 25, 120 13, 52, 148 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1138 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 UN1428 .... UN3230 .... UN3240 .... UN3228 .... UN3238 .... UN1426 .... UN3369 .... * 4.3 * 4.3 * 4.1 UN1427 .... UN2835 .... * 4.3 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 Frm 00065 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 UN2547 .... E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 UN1509 .... UN2013 .... UN1700 .... UN2546 .... UN2878 .... * 4.3 * 5.1 4.3 * 6.1 * 4.2 * 4.1 Stannic phosphide ......... Strontium peroxide ........ Strontium phosphide ..... Tear gas candles ........... Titanium powder, dry ..... Titanium sponge granules or Titanium sponge powders. UN1433 .... * 5.1 Sodium superoxide ....... UN1432 .... Sodium peroxide ........... * 4.3 * 5.1 Sodium hydride ............. Sodium phosphide ........ UN1504 .... * 4.3 Sodium dinitro-ocresolate, wetted with not less than 10% water, by mass. Sodium borohydride ...... Sodium aluminum hydride. Sodium .......................... Self-reactive solid type E Self-reactive solid type E, temperature controlled. Self-reactive solid type F Self-reactive solid type F, temperature controlled. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 4.1 ..... 4.2 ..... III .. * III .. 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 6.1, 4.1. 5.1 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 6.1. 5.1 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 5.1 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... * I .... II ... * ...... * II ... I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... * II ... * I .... II ... II ... II ... II ... 151 ........... None ......... 151 ........... None ......... * 151 ........... * * A1, IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ..... None ......... * * ........................................... None ......... A19, A20, IB6, IP2, N5, None ......... N34, T3, TP33. IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ None ......... * * ........................................... None ......... * * IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ 152 ........... A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * * A20, IB6, IP1, N34 ........... None ......... * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * * A20, IB5, IP1, N34 ........... None ......... * * A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * * 162, A8, A19, N41, N84 ... None ......... * * N40 ................................... None ......... * A8, A19, A20, IB4, T3, TP33. * * A7, A8, A19, A20, B9, None ......... B48, B68, IB4, IP1, N34, T9, TP7, TP33, TP46. ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... * 213 ........... 213 ........... * 211 ........... 212 ........... * 340 ........... * 212 ........... 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 212 ........... * 211 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 224 ........... 10 kg ........ Forbidden 10 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ 241 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... 15 kg ........ * None ......... Forbidden * 242 ........... 5 kg .......... None ......... Forbidden * 242 ........... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * None ......... Forbidden * 242 ........... Forbidden * None ......... 0.5 kg ....... * 242 ........... Forbidden * 242 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... * 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... * Forbidden 50 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 0.5 kg ....... * 15 kg ........ * 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ Forbidden D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... C ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... E ............... C ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... 13, 74, 147, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 40 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 52, 148 28, 36 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 13, 52, 148 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 25, 52, 53 2, 25, 52, 53 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1139 VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00066 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50. Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50. Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, flammable, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50. Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, flammable, n.o.s. with an LC50 lower or equal to 1000 ml/m3 and saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50. Titanium trichloride, pyrophoric or Titanium trichloride mixtures, pyrophoric. (2) 08JAR2 Toxic liquid, corrosive, inorganic, n.o.s. Toxic liquid, inorganic, n.o.s. Toxic liquids, water-reactive, n.o.s. G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... G ....... (1) Symbols Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 G ....... G ....... (3) UN3289 .... UN3491 .... UN3490 .... UN3386 .... UN3385 .... UN2441 .... (4) Identification Nos. UN3287 .... UN3123 .... * 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1 * 6.1 * 4.2 Hazard class or division * 6.1 * 6.1 6.1, 8 6.1, 4.3, 3. 6.1, 4.3, 3. 6.1, 4.3. 6.1, 4.3. 4.2, 8 (6) Label codes 6.1, 4.3. 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... II ... III .. * I .... 6.1 ..... II ... * I .... 6.1, 8 * I .... I .... I .... I .... * I .... * I .... (5) PG (8A) Exceptions None ......... None ......... None ......... 153 ........... 153 ........... 153 ........... * * A4 ..................................... None ......... IB2, T11, TP2, TP27 ........ IB3, T7, TP1, TP28 .......... * * T14, TP2, TP13, TP27 ..... None ......... IB2, T11, TP2, TP27 ........ * * T14, TP2, TP13, TP27 ..... None ......... 2, B9, B14, B32, T20, TP2, TP13, TP27, TP38, TP45. 1, B9, B14, B30, T22, TP2, TP13, TP27, TP38, TP44. 2, B9, B14, B32, T20, TP2, TP13, TP38, TP44. * * 1, B9, B14, B30, T22, None ......... TP2, TP13, TP38, TP44. * * N34 ................................... None ......... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 201 ........... 202 ........... 203 ........... * 201 ........... 202 ........... * 201 ........... 227 ........... 226 ........... 227 ........... * 226 ........... * 181 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden 1 L ............ 5 L ............ 60 L .......... * 243 ........... Forbidden 243 ........... 241 ........... * 243 ........... 1 L ............ 243 ........... * 243 ........... 0.5 L ......... 244 ........... 244 ........... 244 ........... * 244 ........... Forbidden * 244 ........... Forbidden (8C) Bulk * 1 L ............ 60 L .......... 220 L ........ * 30 L .......... 30 L .......... * 2.5 L ......... Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden * Forbidden * Forbidden (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) E ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... (10A) Location 13,40, 148 40 40 40 40 40 13, 21, 28, 40, 49, 148 13, 21, 28, 40, 49, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1140 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations VerDate Sep<11>2014 Toxic solid, inorganic, n.o.s.. Toxic solid, corrosive, inorganic, n.o.s. 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00067 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Urea nitrate, wetted, with not less than 10 percent water by mass. Trinitrotoluene (TNT), wetted, with not less than 10 percent water by mass. Trinitrophenol (picric acid), wetted, with not less than 10 percent water by mass. Trinitrochlorobenzene (picryl chloride), wetted, with not less than 10% water by mass. Trinitrobenzoic acid, wetted with not less than 10% water by mass. Trinitrobenzoic acid, wetted with not less than 30 percent water, by mass. UN3368 .... UN3367 .... UN3364 .... UN3366 .... UN3370 .... * 4.1 UN3365 .... 4.1 * 4.1 UN1355 .... * 4.1 * 4.1 Trimethylacetyl chloride Trinitrobenzene, wetted, with not less than 10% water, by mass. UN2438 .... * 6.1 Trifluoroacetic acid ........ * UN3125 .... * 6.1 UN2699 .... G ....... UN3288 .... UN3290 .... 6.1 * 6.1 8 Toxic solids, water-reactive, n.o.s. G ....... G ....... mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * 4.1 * 4.1 6.1 ..... 6.1 ..... II ... III .. * I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... * I .... II ... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.1 ..... 6.1, 8, 3. 8 ........ 6.1, 4.3. 6.1, 4.3. 6.1, 8 6.1 ..... II ... I .... * I .... 6.1, 8 6.1, 4.3. * I .... II ... None ......... 153 ........... 153 ........... 153 ........... None ......... 153 ........... None ......... * * 162, A8, A19, N41, N84 ... None ......... * * 162, A8, A19, N41, N84 ... None ......... * * 162, A8, A19, N41, N84 ... None ......... * * 162, A8, A19, N41, N84 ... None ......... 23, A2, A8, A19, N41 ....... * * 162, A8, A19, N41, N84 ... None ......... * * 162, A8, A19, N41, N84 ... None ......... * * 2, B3, B9, B14, B32, N34, None ......... T20, TP2, TP13, TP38, TP45. * * A3, A6, A7, B4, N3, N34, None ......... N36, T10, TP2. IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ * * A5, T6, TP33 .................... None ......... IB8, IP2, IP4, T3, TP33 .... IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ IB7, T6, TP33 ................... * * IB7, T6, TP33 ................... None ......... IB2 .................................... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 211 ........... * 227 ........... * 201 ........... 212 ........... * 211 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 211 ........... * 211 ........... 202 ........... 1 L ............ 25 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 15 kg ........ 5 kg .......... 15 kg ........ 0.5 kg ....... * None ......... 0.5 kg ....... * None ......... 0.5 kg ....... * None ......... 0.5 kg ....... * None ......... 0.5 kg ....... None ......... * None ......... 0.5 kg ....... * None ......... 0.5 kg ....... * 244 ........... Forbidden * 243 ........... 0.5 L ......... 242 ........... * 242 ........... 5 kg .......... 242 ........... 240 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... * 242 ........... 1 kg .......... 243 ........... * 0.5 kg ....... * 0.5 kg ....... * 0.5 kg ....... * 0.5 kg ....... 0.5 kg ....... * 0.5 kg ....... * 0.5 kg ....... * Forbidden * 2.5 L ......... 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 200 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 50 kg ........ * 25 kg ........ 5 L ............ E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... B ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... E ............... 28, 36 28, 36 28, 36 28, 36 28, 36 28, 36 28, 36 21, 25, 40, 100 12, 25, 40 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 40 40 40 40 40 13, 40, 148 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1141 VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Water-reactive liquid, n.o.s. Water-reactive liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. Vinylpyridines, stabilized (2) PO 00000 Frm 00068 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 Water-reactive solid, n.o.s. Water-reactive solid, flammable, n.o.s. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM Water-reactive solid, self-heating, n.o.s. G ....... 08JAR2 G ....... Zinc ashes ..................... Water-reactive solid, toxic, n.o.s. G ....... Water-reactive, solid, oxidizing, n.o.s. G ....... G ....... Water-reactive solid, corrosive, n.o.s. G ....... G ....... Water-reactive liquid, toxic, n.o.s. G ....... G ....... (1) Symbols Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 (3) UN3134 .... UN1435 .... * 4.3 UN3135 .... UN3133 .... UN2813 .... UN3132 .... UN3131 .... UN3130 .... UN3148 .... UN3129 .... UN3073 .... (4) Identification Nos. 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3 * 4.3 * 6.1 Hazard class or division 4.3, 8 6.1, 3, 8. (6) Label codes 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 8 II ... III .. I .... II ... III .. I .... * III .. III .. II ... I .... III .. II ... I .... III .. 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3 ..... 4.3, 5.1. 4.3, 5.1. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 6.1. 4.3, 6.1. II ... III .. II ... I .... III .. II ... 4.3, 8 4.3, 8 4.3, 4.1. 4.3, 4.1. 4.3, 4.1. 4.3 ..... II ... III .. I .... I .... III .. II ... 4.3, 8 4.3, 8 4.3 ..... * I .... * II ... (5) PG (8A) Exceptions * A1, A19, IB8, IP4, T1, TP33. IB8, IP4, T1, TP33 ............ IB5, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ A8, IB4, IP1, N40 ............. IB8, IP4, T1, TP33 ............ IB5, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ N40 ................................... ........................................... IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ IB8, IP4, T1, TP33 ............ ........................................... IB4, N40, T9, TP7, TP33 .. IB6, T1, TP33 ................... IB4, T3, TP33 ................... IB4, IP1, N40, T9, TP7, TP33. IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ IB8, IP4, T1, TP33 ............ IB4, N40 ............................ IB2 .................................... IB1 .................................... IB1, T7, TP2, TP7 ............ IB2, T7, TP2, TP7 ............ A4 ..................................... IB1, T11, TP2, TP7 .......... IB2, T7, TP2, TP7 ............ T13, TP2, TP7, TP41 ....... * 151 ........... 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... None ......... 151 ........... 151 ........... 151 ........... 151 ........... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... * * T14, TP2, TP7, TP13 ....... None ......... * * IB1, T7, TP2, TP13 .......... 153 ........... (7) Special provisions (§ 172.102) * 213 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 211 ........... 214 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... 214 ........... 211 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... 211 ........... 211 ........... 203 ........... 202 ........... 202 ........... 203 ........... 201 ........... 202 ........... 203 ........... 201 ........... * 201 ........... * 202 ........... (8B) Non-bulk (8) Packaging (§ 173.***) (9A) Passenger aircraft/rail 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ Forbidden 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ Forbidden Forbidden 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ Forbidden Forbidden 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ Forbidden Forbidden 5 L ............ 1 L ............ 1 L ............ 5 L ............ Forbidden 1 L ............ 5 L ............ Forbidden * 241 ........... 25 kg ........ 241 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 214 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 214 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 241 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 242 ........... 243 ........... 243 ........... 242 ........... 243 ........... 243 ........... 242 ........... 244 ........... * 243 ........... Forbidden * 243 ........... 1 L ............ (8C) Bulk * 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 15 kg ........ Forbidden 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... Forbidden 15 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... 15 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 60 L .......... 5 L ............ 5 L ............ 60 L .......... 1 L ............ 5 L ............ 60 L .......... 1 L ............ * 1 L ............ * 30 L .......... (9B) Cargo aircraft only (9) Quantity limitations (see §§ 173.27 and 175.75) A ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... E ............... E ............... E ............... D ............... B ............... (10A) Location 13, 148 13, 85, 148 13, 85, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 85, 148 13, 85, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 85, 148 13, 85, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 148 13, 85, 148 13, 148 13, 40, 148 13, 148 21, 40, 52, 100 (10B) Other (10) Vessel stowage 1142 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations UN1931 .... VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00069 Fmt 4701 Zirconium powder, wetted with not less than 25 percent water (a visible excess of water must be present) (a) mechanically produced, particle size less than 53 microns; (b) chemically produced, particle size less than 840 microns. Zirconium scrap ............. Zirconium powder, dry ... Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM * 4.2 4.1 * 4.2 4.2 * 4.1 UN1932 .... UN1358 .... UN2008 .... UN2009 .... UN2858 .... UN1436 .... * 4.3 Zinc powder or Zinc dust Zirconium, dry, coiled wire, finished metal sheets, strip (thinner than 254 microns but not thinner than 18 microns). Zirconium, dry, finished sheets, strip or coiled wire. UN1516 .... UN1714 .... * 5.1 4.3 Zinc peroxide ................. Zinc phosphide .............. * 9 Zinc dithionite or Zinc hydrosulfite. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * III .. III .. II ... * I .... II ... III .. * III .. III .. II ... * I .... * II ... I .... * III .. 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.2 ..... 4.1 ..... 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. 4.3, 4.2. 5.1 ..... 4.3, 6.1. None .. None ......... None ......... * IB8, IP3, N34, T1, TP33 ... * * * T21, TP7, TP33 ................ A19, A20, IB6, IP2, N5, N34, T3, TP33. IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ A19, A20, IB6, IP2, N34, T3, TP33. A1, A19 ............................. None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... None ......... * * A1 ..................................... 151 ........... IB8, IP4, T1, TP33 ............ A19, IB7, IP2, T3, TP33 ... * * A19, IB4, IP1, N40 ........... None ......... * * IB6, IP2, T3, TP33 ............ 152 ........... A19, N40 ........................... None ......... * * IB8, IP3, T1, TP33 ............ 155 ........... * 213 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... * 211 ........... 212 ........... 213 ........... * 213 ........... 213 ........... 212 ........... * 211 ........... * 212 ........... 211 ........... * 204 ........... 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ 25 kg ........ * 240 ........... 241 ........... 241 ........... Forbidden 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 242 ........... Forbidden 241 ........... 15 kg ........ 240 ........... * 240 ........... 25 kg ........ 242 ........... 242 ........... * 242 ........... Forbidden * 242 ........... 5 kg .......... None ......... Forbidden * 240 ........... 100 kg ...... * Forbidden 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ * Forbidden 50 kg ........ 100 kg ...... * 100 kg ...... 100 kg ...... 50 kg ........ * 15 kg ........ * 25 kg ........ 15 kg ........ * 200 kg ...... D ............... D ............... E ............... D ............... D ............... D ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... A ............... C ............... E ............... A ............... 13, 148 13, 148 13, 74, 147, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 148 13, 147, 148 13, 52, 53, 148 13, 52, 53, 148 13, 52, 53, 148 13, 52, 66, 75, 148 13, 40, 52, 85, 148 13, 26, 123 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 08JAR2 1143 1144 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations * * * * * ■ 11. In Appendix B to § 172.101, the List of Marine Pollutants is amended by removing one (1) entry and adding sixty-two (62) entries in appropriate alphabetical order to read as follows: Appendix B to § 172.101—List of Marine Pollutants. * * * * * LIST OF MARINE POLLUTANTS S, M, P (1) Marine Pollutant (2) [Remove:] ......... Chlorotoluenes (meta-;para-) * * * * * * * * * Acroleic acid, stabilized * * * * * * * Acrylic Acid, Stabilized * * * * * * * Allyl alcohol * * * * * * * Aminobenzene * * * * * * * * * * * * Ammonia, anhydrous (I) Ammonia solution, relative density less than 0.880 at 15 degrees C in water, with more than 50 percent ammonia Ammonia Solution relative density less than 0.880 at 15 degrees C in water, with more than 35% but not more than 50% ammonia Ammonia solution, relative density between 0.880 and 0.957 at 15 degrees C in water, with more than 10 percent but not more than 35 percent ammonia, by mass [Add:]. * * * * * * * Aniline Aniline oil * * Bleaching powder * * * * * * * Butylbenzenes * * * * * * Calcium Calcium Calcium Calcium Calcium Calcium Calcium Calcium Calcium * * * * * hypochlorite , dry with more than 39% available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen) hypochlorite mixture, dry with more than 10% but not more than 39% available chlorine hypochlorite mixture, dry with more than 39% available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen) hypochlorite mixture, dry, corrosive with more than 10% but not more than 39% available chlorine hypochlorite mixture, dry, corrosive with more than 39% available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen) hypochlorite, hydrated with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water hypochlorite, hydrated, corrosive with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water hypochlorite, hydrated mixture with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water hypochlorite, hydrated mixture, corrosive with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water * * ortho-Chlorotoluene * * * * * * * Creosote salts * * * * * * * Cycloheptane * * * * * * mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * * 2,4-Dichlorophenol * * * * * * * 1,3-Dichloropropene * * * * * * * Dimethyl Disulphide * * * * * * * Dinitrotoluenes, Liquid Dinitrotoluenes, Molton * * * * * VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00070 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1145 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations LIST OF MARINE POLLUTANTS—Continued S, M, P (1) Marine Pollutant (2) Dintrotoluenes, Solid * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Dodecene * Heptanes * Hexane * Isooctane * Mesitylene * * Methyl disulphide * * * * * * * 2-Methyl-2-phenylpropane * * * * * * * * Methyldinitrobenzenes, liquid Methyldinitrobenzenes, molten Methyldinitrobenzenes, solid Methyldithiomethane 2-Methylheptane * * * * * * 2-Methylpentane * * * * * * * Naphthalene, crude or Naphthalene, refined Napthalene, molten * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Phenylamine * * * * * * * Pine Oil alpha-Pinene * * * * * * * Propenoic acid, stabilized Propenyl alcohol * * * * * * * Propylene Tetramer * * * * * * * Sodium hypochlorite solution * * * * * * * Tetrapropylene * * * * * * * Toluidines, liquid Toluidines, Solid * * * * * * * 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene * * * * * * * 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane * * * * * Nonanes * mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Octanes VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00071 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1146 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations LIST OF MARINE POLLUTANTS—Continued S, M, P (1) Marine Pollutant (2) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Turpentine * * Zinc Chloride, Anhydrous Zinc Chloride Solution * * 12. In § 172.102: a. In paragraph (c)(1), special provisions 28, 52, 147, 160, 238, 342 and 362 are revised, special provisions 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, and 372 are added, and special provision 161 is removed. ■ b. In paragraph (c)(2), special provision A60 is revised and A61 is added. ■ c. Paragraph (c)(4) introductory text, Table 1 and Table 2 in paragraph (c)(4) are revised. ■ d. In paragraph (c)(8)(ii), TP47 is added in numerical sequence. The additions and revisions read as follows: ■ ■ § 172.102 Special Provisions. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * * * * * (c) * * * (1) * * * 28 The dihydrated sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid does not meet the criteria for inclusion in Division 5.1 (Oxidizer) and is not subject to the requirements of this subchapter unless meeting the criteria for inclusion in another class or division. * * * * * 52 This entry may only be used for substances that are too insensitive for acceptance into Class 1 (explosive) when tested in accordance with Test Series 2 in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I (incorporated by reference; see § 171.7 of this subchapter). * * * * * 147 This entry applies to nonsensitized emulsions, suspensions, and gels consisting primarily of a mixture of ammonium nitrate and fuel, intended to produce a Type E blasting explosive only after further processing prior to use. The mixture for emulsions typically has the following composition: 60–85% ammonium nitrate; 5–30% water; 2–8% fuel; 0.5–4% emulsifier or thickening agent; 0–10% soluble flame suppressants; and trace additives. Other inorganic nitrate salts may replace part of the ammonium nitrate. The mixture for suspensions and gels typically has VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 the following composition: 60–85% ammonium nitrate; 0–5% sodium or potassium perchlorate; 0–17% hexamine nitrate or monomethylamine nitrate; 5–30% water; 2–15% fuel; 0.5– 4% thickening agent; 0–10% soluble flame suppressants; and trace additives. Other inorganic nitrate salts may replace part of the ammonium nitrate. These substances must satisfactorily pass Tests 8(a), (b) and (c) of Test Series 8 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I, Section 18 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter), and may not be classified and transported unless approved by the Associate Administrator. * * * * * 160 This entry applies to safety devices for vehicles, vessels or aircraft, e.g. air bag inflators, air bag modules, seat-belt pretensioners, and pyromechanical devices containing Class 1 (explosive) materials or materials of other hazard classes. These articles must be tested in accordance with Test series 6(c) of Part I of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria (incorporated by reference; see § 171.7 of this subchapter), with no explosion of the device, no fragmentation of device casing or pressure vessel, and no projection hazard or thermal effect that would significantly hinder fire-fighting or other emergency response efforts in the immediate vicinity. If the air bag inflator unit satisfactorily passes the series 6(c) test, it is not necessary to repeat the test on the air bag module. This entry does not apply to life saving appliances described in § 173.219 (UN2990 and UN3072). * * * * * 238 Neutron radiation detectors: a. Neutron radiation detectors containing non-pressurized boron trifluoride gas in excess of 1 gram and radiation detection systems containing such neutron radiation detectors as components may be transported by highway, rail, vessel, or cargo aircraft in accordance with the following: (1) Each radiation detector must meet the following conditions: PO 00000 Frm 00072 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 (i) The pressure in each neutron radiation detector must not exceed 105 kPa absolute at 20 °C; (ii) The amount of gas must not exceed 13 grams per detector; and (iii) Each neutron radiation detector must be of welded metal construction with brazed metal to ceramic feed through assemblies. These detectors must have a minimum burst pressure of 1800 kPa as demonstrated by design type qualification testing; and (iv) Each detector must be tested to a 1 × 10¥10 cm3/s leaktightness standard before filling. (2) Radiation detectors transported as individual components must be transported as follows: (i) They must be packed in a sealed intermediate plastic liner with sufficient absorbent material to absorb the entire gas contents. (ii) They must be packed in strong outer packagings and the completed package must be capable of withstanding a 1.8 meter (6-foot) drop without leakage of gas contents from detectors. (iii) The total amount of gas from all detectors per outer packaging must not exceed 52 grams. (3) Completed neutron radiation detection systems containing detectors meeting the conditions of paragraph (a)(1) of this special provision must be transported as follows: (i) The detectors must be contained in a strong sealed outer casing; (ii) The casing must contain include sufficient absorbent material to absorb the entire gas contents; (iii) The completed system must be packed in strong outer packagings capable of withstanding a 1.8 meter (6foot) drop test without leakage unless a system’s outer casing affords equivalent protection. b. Except for transportation by aircraft, neutron radiation detectors and radiation detection systems containing such detectors transported in accordance with paragraph (a) of this special provision are not subject to the labeling and placarding requirements of part 172 of this subchapter. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations c. When transported by highway, rail, vessel, or as cargo on an aircraft, neutron radiation detectors containing not more than 1 gram of boron trifluoride, including those with solder glass joints are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter provided they meet the requirements in paragraph (a)(1) of this special provision and are packed in accordance with paragraph (a)(2) of this special provision. Radiation detection systems containing such detectors are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter provided they are packed in accordance with paragraph (a)(3) of this special provision. * * * * * 342 Glass inner packagings (such as ampoules or capsules) intended only for use in sterilization devices, when containing less than 30 mL of ethylene oxide per inner packaging with not more than 300 mL per outer packaging, may be transported in accordance with § 173.4a of this subchapter, irrespective of the restriction of § 173.4a(b) and the indication of ‘‘forbidden’’ in columns (9A) and (9B) of the § 172.101 table provided that: a. After filling, each glass inner packaging must be determined to be leak-tight by placing the glass inner packaging in a hot water bath at a temperature and for a period of time sufficient to ensure that an internal pressure equal to the vapor pressure of ethylene oxide at 55 °C is achieved. Any glass inner packaging showing evidence of leakage, distortion or other defect under this test must not be transported under the terms of this special provision; b. In addition to the packaging required in § 173.4a, each glass inner packaging must be placed in a sealed plastic bag compatible with ethylene oxide and capable of containing the contents in the event of breakage or leakage of the glass inner packaging; and c. Each glass inner packaging is protected by a means of preventing puncture of the plastic bag (e.g., sleeves or cushioning) in the event of damage to the packaging (e.g., by crushing). * * * * * 362 This entry applies to liquids, pastes or powders, pressurized with a propellant that meets the definition of a gas in § 173.115. A chemical under pressure packaged in an aerosol dispenser must be transported under UN1950. The chemical under pressure must be classed based on the hazard characteristics of the components in the propellant; the liquid; or the solid. The following provisions also apply: VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 a. If one of the components, which can be a pure substance or a mixture, is classed as flammable, the chemical under pressure must be classed as flammable in Division 2.1. Flammable components are flammable liquids and liquid mixtures, flammable solids and solid mixtures or flammable gases and gas mixtures meeting the following criteria: (1) A flammable liquid is a liquid having a flashpoint of not more than 93 °C (200 °F); (2) A flammable solid is a solid that meets the criteria in § 173.124 of this subchapter; or (3) A flammable gas is a gas that meets the criteria in § 173.115 of this subchapter. b. Gases of Division 2.3 and gases with a subsidiary risk of 5.1 must not be used as a propellant in a chemical under pressure. c. Where the liquid or solid components are classed as Division 6.1, Packing Group II or III, or Class 8, Packing Group II or III, the chemical under pressure must be assigned a subsidiary risk of Division 6.1 or Class 8 and the appropriate identification number must be assigned. Components classed as Division 6.1, Packing Group I, or Class 8, Packing Group I, must not be offered for transportation and transported under this description. d. A chemical under pressure with components meeting the properties of: Class 1 (explosives); Class 3 (liquid desensitized explosives); Division 4.1 (self-reactive substances and solid desensitized explosives); Division 4.2 (substances liable to spontaneous combustion); Division 4.3 (substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases or toxic gases); Division 5.1 (oxidizing substances); Division 5.2 (organic peroxides); Division 6.2 (Infectious substances); or, Class 7 (Radioactive material), must not be offered for transportation under this description. e. A description to which special provision 170 or TP7 is assigned in Column 7 of the § 172.101 Hazardous Materials Table, and therefore requires air to be eliminated from the package vapor space by nitrogen or other means, must not be offered for transportation under this description. f. Chemicals under pressure containing components forbidden for transport on both passenger and cargo aircraft in Columns (9A) and (9B) of the § 172.101 Hazardous Materials Table must not be transported by air. * * * * * 367 For the purposes of documentation and package marking: PO 00000 Frm 00073 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1147 a. The proper shipping name ‘‘Paint related material’’ may be used for consignments of packages containing ‘‘Paint’’ and ‘‘Paint related material’’ in the same package; b. The proper shipping name ‘‘Paint related material, corrosive, flammable’’ may be used for consignments of packages containing ‘‘Paint, corrosive, flammable’’ and ‘‘Paint related material, corrosive, flammable’’ in the same package; c. The proper shipping name ‘‘Paint related material, flammable, corrosive’’ may be used for consignments of packages containing ‘‘Paint, flammable, corrosive’’ and ‘‘Paint related material, flammable, corrosive’’ in the same package; and d. The proper shipping name ‘‘Printing ink related material’’ may be used for consignments of packages containing ‘‘Printing ink’’ and ‘‘Printing ink related material’’ in the same package. 368 In the case of non-fissile or fissileexcepted uranium hexafluoride, the material must be classified under UN3507 or UN2978. 369 In accordance with § 173.2a, this radioactive material in an excepted package possessing corrosive properties is classified in Class 8 with a radioactive material subsidiary risk. Uranium hexafluoride may be classified under this entry only if the conditions of §§ 173.420(a)(4) and (a)(6), 173.420(d), 173.421(a)(2) and (a)(4), and, for fissileexcepted material, the conditions of 173.453 are met. In addition to the provisions applicable to the transport of Class 8 substances, the provisions of §§ 173.421(a)(3), and 173.443(a) apply. In addition, packages shall be legibly and durably marked with an identification of the consignor, the consignee, or both. No Class 7 label is required to be displayed. The consignor shall be in possession of a copy of each applicable certificate when packages include fissile material excepted by competent authority approval. When a consignment is undeliverable, the consignment shall be placed in a safe location and the appropriate competent authority shall be informed as soon as possible and a request made for instructions on further action. If it is evident that a package of radioactive material, or conveyance carrying unpackaged radioactive material, is leaking, or if it is suspected that the package, or conveyance carrying unpackaged material, may have leaked, the requirements of § 173.443(e) apply. 370 This entry also applies to Ammonium nitrate with not more than 0.2% combustible substances, including any organic substance calculated as E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1148 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations carbon, to the exclusion of any added substance, that gives a positive result when tested in accordance with Test Series 2 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I (incorporated by reference; see § 171.7 of this subchapter). See also UN No. 1942. 371 a. This entry also applies to articles not conforming to the requirements of §§ 173.302, 173.304, or 173.306 of this subchapter, containing a small pressure receptacle with a release device. Such articles must comply with the following requirements: (1) The water capacity of the pressure receptacle must not exceed 0.5 L and the working pressure must not exceed 25 bar at 15 °C (59 °F); (2) The minimum burst pressure of the pressure receptacle must be at least four times the pressure of the gas at 15 °C (59 °F); (3) Each article must be manufactured in such a way that unintentional firing or release is avoided under normal conditions of handling, packing, transport and use. This may be fulfilled by an additional locking device linked to the activator; (4) Each article must be manufactured in such a way as to prevent hazardous projections of the pressure receptacle or parts of the pressure receptacle; (5) Each pressure receptacle must be manufactured from material which will not fragment upon rupture; (6) The design type of the article must be subjected to a fire test. For this test, the provisions of paragraphs 16.6.1.2 except letter g, 16.6.1.3.1 to 16.6.1.3.6, 16.6.1.3.7(b) and 16.6.1.3.8 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria must be applied. It must be demonstrated that the article relieves its pressure by means of a fire degradable seal or other pressure relief device, in such a way that the pressure receptacle will not fragment and that the article or fragments of the article do not rocket more than 10 meters; and (7) The design type of the article must be subjected to the following test. A stimulating mechanism must be used to initiate one article in the middle of the packaging. There must be no hazardous effects outside the package such as disruption of the package, metal fragments or a receptacle which passes through the packaging. b. The manufacturer must produce technical documentation of the design type, manufacture as well as the tests and their results. The manufacturer must apply procedures to ensure that articles produced in series are made of good quality, conform to the design type and are able to meet the requirements in (a). The manufacturer must provide such information to a representative of the Department upon request. 372 This entry applies to asymmetric capacitors with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh. Capacitors with an energy storage capacity of 0.3 Wh or less are not subject to the requirements of this subchapter. Energy storage capacity means the energy stored in a capacitor, as calculated according to the following equation, Wh = 1/2CN(UR2¥UL2) × (1/3600) Using the nominal capacitance (CN), rated voltage (UR) and the rated lower limit voltage (UL). Nickel-carbon asymmetric capacitors containing Class 8 alkaline electrolytes must be transported as UN2795, Batteries, wet, filled with alkali, electric storage. * * * * * (2) * * * A60 Sterilization devices, when containing less than 30 mL per inner packaging with not more than 150 mL per outer packaging, may be transported in accordance with the provisions in § 173.4a, irrespective of § 173.4a(b), provided such packagings were first subjected to comparative fire testing. Comparative fire testing between a package as prepared for transport (including the substance to be transported) and an identical package filled with water must show that the maximum temperature measured inside the packages during testing does not differ by more than 200 °C (392 °F). Packagings may include a vent to permit the slow escape of gas (i.e. not more than 0.1 mL/hour per 30 mL inner packaging at 20 °C (68 °F) produced from gradual decomposition. The requirements of §§ 173.24(g)(1) and 173.27(c) do not apply. A61 a. When used for purposes such as sterilization, inner packagings of peroxyacetic acid, stabilized, classified as UN 3107 Organic peroxide type E, liquid or UN 3109 Organic peroxide type F, liquid may be fitted with a vent consisting of hydrophobic membrane, provided: (1) Each inner packaging contains not more than 70 mL; (2) The inner packaging is designed so that the vent is not immersed in liquid in any orientation; (3) Each inner packaging is enclosed in an intermediate rigid plastic packaging with a small opening to permit release of gas and contains a buffer that neutralizes the contents of the inner packaging in the event of leakage; (4) Intermediate packagings are packed in a fiberboard box (4G) outer packaging; (5) Each outer packaging contains not more than 1.4 L of liquid; and (6) The rate of oxygen release from the outer packaging does not exceed 15 mL per hour. b. Such packages must be transported on cargo aircraft only. The requirements of §§ 173.24(g)(1) and 173.27(c) do not apply. * * * * * (4) IB Codes and IP Codes. These provisions apply only to transportation in IBCs and Large Packagings. Table 1 authorizes IBCs for specific proper shipping names through the use of IB Codes assigned in the § 172.101 table of this subchapter. Table 2 defines IP Codes on the use of IBCs that are assigned to specific commodities in the § 172.101 Table of this subchapter. Table 3 authorizes Large Packagings for specific proper shipping names through the use of IB Codes assigned in the § 172.101 table of this subchapter. Large Packagings are authorized for the Packing Group III entries of specific proper shipping names when either special provision IB3 or IB8 is assigned to that entry in the § 172.101 Table. When no IB code is assigned in the § 172.101 Table for a specific proper shipping name, or in § 173.185 or § 173.225(e) Organic Peroxide Table for Type F organic peroxides, use of an IBC or Large Packaging for the material may be authorized when approved by the Associate Administrator. The letter ‘‘Z’’ shown in the marking code for composite IBCs must be replaced with a capital code letter designation found in § 178.702(a)(2) of this subchapter to specify the material used for the other packaging. Tables 1, 2, and 3 follow: * * * * * TABLE 1—IB CODES (IBC CODES) IBC code Authorized IBCs IB1 .................... Authorized IBCs: Metal (31A, 31B and 31N). Additional Requirement: Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 kPa at 50 °C (1.1 bar at 122 °F), or 130 kPa at 55 °C (1.3 bar at 131 °F) are authorized. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00074 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1149 TABLE 1—IB CODES (IBC CODES)—Continued IBC code Authorized IBCs IB2 .................... Authorized IBCs: Metal (31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (31H1 and 31H2); Composite (31HZ1). Additional Requirement: Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 kPa at 50 °C (1.1 bar at 122 °F), or 130 kPa at 55 °C (1.3 bar at 131 °F) are authorized. Authorized IBCs: Metal (31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (31H1 and 31H2); Composite (31HZ1 and 31HA2, 31HB2, 31HN2, 31HD2 and 31HH2). Additional Requirement: Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 kPa at 50 °C (1.1 bar at 122 °F), or 130 kPa at 55 °C (1.3 bar at 131 °F) are authorized, except for UN2672 (also see special provision IP8 in Table 2 for UN2672). Authorized IBCs: Metal (11A, 11B, 11N, 21A, 21B, 21N, 31A, 31B and 31N). Authorized IBCs: Metal (11A, 11B, 11N, 21A, 21B, 21N, 31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (11H1, 11H2, 21H1, 21H2, 31H1 and 31H2); Composite (11HZ1, 21HZ1 and 31HZ1). Authorized IBCs: Metal (11A, 11B, 11N, 21A, 21B, 21N, 31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (11H1, 11H2, 21H1, 21H2, 31H1 and 31H2); Composite (11HZ1, 11HZ2, 21HZ1, 21HZ2 and 31HZ1). Additional Requirement: Composite IBCs 11HZ2 and 21HZ2 may not be used when the hazardous materials being transported may become liquid during transport. Authorized IBCs: Metal (11A, 11B, 11N, 21A, 21B, 21N, 31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (11H1, 11H2, 21H1, 21H2, 31H1 and 31H2); Composite (11HZ1, 11HZ2, 21HZ1, 21HZ2 and 31HZ1); Wooden (11C, 11D and 11F). Additional Requirement: Liners of wooden IBCs must be sift-proof. Authorized IBCs: Metal (11A, 11B, 11N, 21A, 21B, 21N, 31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (11H1, 11H2, 21H1, 21H2, 31H1 and 31H2 ); Composite (11HZ1, 11HZ2, 21HZ1, 21HZ2 and 31HZ1); Fiberboard (11G); Wooden (11C, 11D and 11F); Flexible (13H1, 13H2, 13H3, 13H4, 13H5, 13L1, 13L2, 13L3, 13L4, 13M1 or 13M2). IBCs are only authorized if approved by the Associate Administrator. IB3 .................... IB4 .................... IB5 .................... IB6 .................... IB7 .................... IB8 .................... IB9 .................... TABLE 2—IP CODES IP code IP1 .................... IP2 .................... IP3 .................... IP4 .................... IP5 .................... IP6 .................... IP7 .................... IP8 .................... IP13 .................. IP14 .................. IP15 .................. IP16 .................. IP20 .................. IBCs must be packed in closed freight containers or a closed transport vehicle. When IBCs other than metal or rigid plastics IBCs are used, they must be offered for transportation in a closed freight container or a closed transport vehicle. Flexible IBCs must be sift-proof and water-resistant or must be fitted with a sift-proof and water-resistant liner. Flexible, fiberboard or wooden IBCs must be sift-proof and water-resistant or be fitted with a sift-proof and water-resistant liner. IBCs must have a device to allow venting. The inlet to the venting device must be located in the vapor space of the IBC under maximum filling conditions. Non-specification bulk bins are authorized. For UN identification numbers 1327, 1363, 1364, 1365, 1386, 1841, 2211, 2217, 2793 and 3314, IBCs are not required to meet the IBC performance tests specified in part 178, subpart N of this subchapter. Ammonia solutions may be transported in rigid or composite plastic IBCs (31H1, 31H2 and 31HZ1) that have successfully passed, without leakage or permanent deformation, the hydrostatic test specified in § 178.814 of this subchapter at a test pressure that is not less than 1.5 times the vapor pressure of the contents at 55 °C (131 °F). Transportation by vessel in IBCs is prohibited. Air must be eliminated from the vapor space by nitrogen or other means. For UN2031 with more than 55% nitric acid, rigid plastic IBCs and composite IBCs with a rigid plastic inner receptacle are authorized for two years from the date of IBC manufacture. IBCs of type 31A and 31N are only authorized if approved by the Associate Administrator. Dry sodium cyanide or potassium cyanide is also permitted in siftproof, water-resistant, fiberboard IBCs when transported in closed freight containers or transport vehicles. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * * * * * (8) * * * (ii) * * * * * * * * TP47 The 2.5 year internal examination may be waived or substituted by other test methods or inspection procedures specified by the competent authority or its authorized body, provided that the portable tank is dedicated to the transport of the organometallic substances to which this tank special provision is assigned. However this examination is required when the conditions of § 180.605(f) are met. * * * * * VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 13. In § 172.204, paragraph (a)(2) is revised to read as follows: substituted for the word ‘‘below’’ as appropriate. § 172.204 * ■ Shipper’s certification. (a) * * * (2) ‘‘I hereby declare that the contents of this consignment are fully and accurately described above by the proper shipping name, and are classified, packaged, marked and labeled/placarded, and are in all respects in proper condition for transport according to applicable international and national governmental regulations.’’ Note to paragraph (a)(2): In the certification the word ‘‘above’’ may be PO 00000 Frm 00075 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 * * * * 14. In § 172.315, revise paragraphs (a)(2), and (b)(2) to read as follows: ■ § 172.315 Limited quantities. (a) * * * (2) The square-on-point must be durable, legible and of a size relative to the packaging, readily visible, and must be applied on at least one side or one end of the outer packaging. The width of the border forming the square-onpoint must be at least 2 mm and the minimum dimension of each side, as measured from the outside of the lines forming the border, must be 100 mm E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1150 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations unless the packaging size requires a reduced size marking that must be no less than 50 mm on each side and the width of the border forming the square on point may be reduced to a minimum of 1 mm. Where dimensions are not specified, all features shall be in approximate proportion to those shown. When intended for transportation by vessel, a cargo transport unit (see § 176.2 of this subchapter) containing packages of hazardous materials in only limited quantities must be marked once on each side and once on each end of the exterior of the unit with an identical mark which must have minimum dimensions of 250 mm on each side. (i) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. (b) * * * (2) The square-on-point must be durable, legible and of a size relative to the package as to be readily visible. The square-on-point must be applied on at least one side or one end of the outer packaging. The width of the border forming the square-on-point must be at least 2 mm and the minimum dimension of each side, as measured from the outside of the lines forming the border, must be 100 mm unless the package size requires a reduced size marking that must be no less than 50 mm on each side and the width of the border forming the square on point may be reduced to a minimum of 1 mm. Where dimensions are not specified, all features shall be in approximate proportion to those shown. (i) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * ■ 15. In § 172.317, revise paragraph (b) to read as follows: § 172.317 KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT handling mark. * * * * * (b) Location and design. The marking must be a rectangle measuring at least 105 mm (4.1 inches) in height by 74 mm VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 (2.9 inches) in width as measured from the outside of the lines forming the border. Markings with not less than half this dimension are permissible where the dimensions of the package can only bear a smaller mark. (1) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (2) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * ■ 16. In § 172.322, revise paragraphs (a)(2), (b) introductory text, (e) introductory text, and (e)(2) and add paragraphs (e)(3) and (e)(4) to read as follows: § 172.322 Marine Pollutants. * * * * * (a) * * * (2) Except as otherwise provided in this subchapter, the MARINE POLLUTANT mark shall be placed in association with the hazard warning labels required by subpart E of this part or, in the absence of any labels, in association with the marked proper shipping name. (b) Except as otherwise provided in this subchapter, a bulk packaging that contains a marine pollutant must— * * * * * (e) MARINE POLLUTANT mark. The MARINE POLLUTANT mark must conform to the following: * * * * * (2) The marking must be in the form of a square-on-point. The symbol and border must be black on a white or suitable contrasting background. The width of the border forming the squareon-point marking must be at least 2 mm. Each side of the mark must be— (i) At least 100 mm (4 inches) as measured from the outside of the lines forming the border for marks applied to: (A) Non-bulk packages, except in the case of packages which, because of their size, can only bear smaller marks. If the size of the package so requires, the dimensions/line thickness may be reduced, provided the marking remains clearly visible. Where dimensions are not specified, all features shall be in approximate proportion to those shown. (B) Bulk packages with a capacity of less than 3,785 L (1,000 gallons); or (ii) At least 250 mm (10 inches) for marks applied to all other bulk packages. (3) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements PO 00000 Frm 00076 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (4) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * ■ 17. In § 172.326, paragraph (a) is revised to read as follows: § 172.326 Portable tanks. (a) Shipping name. No person may offer for transportation or transport a portable tank containing a hazardous material unless it is legibly marked on two opposing sides with the proper shipping name specified for the material in the § 172.101 table. For transportation by vessel, the minimum height for a proper shipping name marked on a portable tank is 65 mm (2.5 inches); except that portable tanks with a capacity of less than 3,000 L (792.52 gallons) may reduce the marking size to not less than 12 mm (0.47 inches). * * * * * ■ 18. In § 172.327, revise paragraph (a) to read as follows: § 172.327 Petroleum sour crude oil in bulk packaging. * * * * * (a) The marking must be durable, legible and of a size relative to the package as to be readily visible and similar to the illustration shown in this paragraph with the minimum dimension of each side of the marking at least 100 mm (3.9 inches) as measured from the outside of the lines forming the border. The width of the border forming the square-on-point marking must be at least 5 mm. The marking must be displayed at each location (e.g., manhole, loading head) where exposure to hydrogen sulfide vapors may occur. (1) Transitional exception—A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (2) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * ■ 19. In § 172.407, paragraphs (c)(1) and (d)(2)(iii) are revised and paragraph (d)(2)(iv) is added to read as follows: § 172.407 Label specifications. * * E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM * 08JAR2 * * mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations (c) Size. (1) Each diamond (square-onpoint) label prescribed in this subpart must be at least 100 mm (3.9 inches) on each side with each side having a solid line inner border 5 mm inside and parallel to the edge. The 5 mm measurement is from the outside edge of the label to the outside of the solid line forming the inner border. The width of the solid line forming the inner border must be at least 2 mm. (i) If the size of the package so requires, the dimensions of the label and its features may be reduced provided the symbol and other elements of the label remain clearly visible. The solid line forming the inner border must remain 5 mm from the outside edge of the label and the minimum width of the line must remain 2 mm. (ii) Where dimensions are not specified, all features shall be in approximate proportion to those shown in §§ 172.411 through 172.448 of this subpart, as appropriate. (iii) Transitional exception—A label in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (iv) For domestic transportation, a packaging labeled prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * (d) * * * (2) * * * (iii) White may be used for the symbol for the ORGANIC PEROXIDE label. (A) If white is used for the symbol for the ORGANIC PEROXIDE label then the solid line forming the inner border on the upper half of the label must also be white. (B) Transitional exception. A label in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (C) For domestic transportation, a packaging labeled prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. (iv) The FLAMMABLE GAS label displayed on cylinders and gas cartridges for liquefied petroleum gases may be shown in the background color of the receptacle if adequate contrast is provided. * * * * * ■ 20. In § 172.512, paragraph (a)(3) is revised to read as follows: VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 § 172.512 Freight containers and aircraft unit load devices. (a) * * * (3) Placarding is not required on a freight container or aircraft unit load device if it is only transported by air and is identified as containing a hazardous material in the manner provided in part 7, chapter 2, section 2.8, of the ICAO Technical Instructions (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). * * * * * ■ 21. In § 172.519, revise paragraph (c)(1) to read as follows: § 172.519 General specifications for placards. * * * * * (c) Size. (1) Each diamond (square-onpoint) placard prescribed in this subpart must measure at least 250 mm (9.84 inches) on each side and must have a solid line inner border 12.5 mm inside and parallel to the edge. The 12.5 mm measurement is from the outside edge of the placard to the outside of the solid line forming the inner border. (i) Transitional exceptions A placard in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) For domestic transportation, a placard manufactured prior to January 1, 2017 in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life provided the color tolerances are maintained and are in accordance with the display requirements of this subchapter. * * * * * PART 173—SHIPPERS—GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SHIPMENTS AND PACKAGINGS 22. The authority citation for part 173 continues to read as follows: ■ Authority: 49 U.S.C. 5101–5128, 44701; 49 CFR 1.81, 1.96 and 1.97. 23. In § 173.2a, paragraph (a)(1) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 173.2a Classification of a material having more than one hazard. (a) * * * (1) Class 7 (radioactive materials, other than limited quantities; and shipments of UN 3507, Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package) * * * * * ■ 24. In § 173.3, paragraphs (c)(3) and (d)(3)(iv) are revised and paragraph (f) is added to read as follows: PO 00000 Frm 00077 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 § 173.3 1151 Packaging and exceptions. * * * * * (c) * * * (3) Each salvage packaging must be marked with the proper shipping name of the hazardous material inside the packaging and the name and address of the consignee. In addition, the packaging must be marked ‘‘SALVAGE’’. The lettering of the marking must be at least 12 mm (0.5 inches) high. (i) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * (d) * * * (3) * * * (iv) The word ‘‘SALVAGE’’ in letters at least 12 mm (0.5 inches) high on opposite sides near the middle of the cylinder; stamping on the sidewall is not authorized. (A) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (B) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * (f) Large salvage packagings. Except for transportation by air, packages of hazardous materials that are damaged, defective, or leaking; packages found to be not conforming to the requirements of this subchapter after having been placed in transportation; and, hazardous materials that have spilled or leaked may be placed in a large salvage packaging that is compatible with the lading and shipped for repackaging or disposal under the following conditions: (1) Large salvage packagings must be tested and marked in accordance with part 178, subparts P and Q of this subchapter at the Packing Group II or higher performance standards for large packagings intended for the transport of solids or inner packagings, except as follows: (i) The test substance used in performing the tests shall be water, and the large salvage packagings must be filled to not less than 98 percent of their maximum capacity; and E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1152 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 (ii) Large salvage packagings must have been successfully subjected to a leakproofness test of 30 kPa (4.4 psig). (2) Each large salvage packaging shall be provided when necessary with sufficient cushioning and absorption material to prevent excessive shifting of the contents and to eliminate the presence of any free liquid at the time the packaging is closed. All cushioning and absorbent material used in the large salvage packaging must be compatible with the hazardous material. (3) Each large salvage packaging must be marked with the proper shipping name of the hazardous material inside the packaging and the name and address of the consignee. In addition, the packaging must be marked ‘‘SALVAGE’’. The lettering of the marking must be at least 12 mm (0.5 inches) high. (4) Each large salvage packaging shall be labeled as prescribed for the respective material. (5) The shipper shall prepare shipping papers in accordance with subpart C of part 172 of this subchapter. (6) The overpack requirements of § 173.25 do not apply to large salvage packagings used in accordance with this paragraph. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 25. In § 173.4a, revise paragraph (g)(2) to read as follows: ■ § 173.4a § 173.9 Transport vehicles or freight containers containing lading which has been fumigated. ■ Excepted quantities. * * * * * (g) * * * (2) The marking must be durable and clearly visible and in the form of a square. The hatching must be of the same color, black or red on white or a suitable contrasting background. The minimum dimensions must not be less than 100 mm (3.9 inches) by 100 mm (3.9 inches) as measured from the outside of the hatching forming the border. Where dimensions are not specified, all features shall be in approximate proportion to those shown. (i) Transitional exception—A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * PO 00000 Frm 00078 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 26. In § 173.9, revise paragraph (e)(1) to read as follows: * * * * * (e) FUMIGANT marking. (1) The FUMIGANT marking must consist of black letters on a white background that is a rectangle at least 400 mm (15.75 inches) wide and at least 300 mm (11.8 inches) high as measured to the outside of the lines forming the border of the marking. The minimum width of the line forming the border must be 2 mm and the text on the marking must not be less than 25 mm high. Except for size and color, the FUMIGANT marking must be as shown in the following figure. Where dimensions are not specified, all features shall be in approximate proportion to those shown. (i) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) [Reserved] BILLING CODE 4910–60–P E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations ~ w z zO oc I III i=!:!:! <(..J C) D. -D. :E<( LL a:: w I I z z en 1::) w I I I I I I c ::) lz I I I I I I I I I I I I .. ~z ..ca ·-E ·-c I c ..... > I I I I I I I CD !0 CD en o~e -::z: ::1:1- CD 0 I-_ mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 ;: BILLING CODE 4910–60–C * * * * § 173.11 Exceptions for shipment of light bulbs containing hazardous materials. * 27. A new § 173.11 is added to read as follows: ■ VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 The following light bulbs (lamps) are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter provided they do not contain Class 7 (radioactive) material: (a) Light bulbs that are collected directly from individuals and PO 00000 Frm 00079 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 II- c households when transported to a collection or recycling facility. (b) Light bulbs each containing not more than 1 g of hazardous materials and packaged so that there is not more than 30 g of hazardous materials per package. Each light bulb must be packed in inner packagings separated by E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 ER08JA15.000</GPH> ::) 1153 1154 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations dividers, or surrounded by cushioning material to protect the light bulbs and packed into strong outer packagings meeting the requirements of § 173.24(b) of this subpart and capable of passing a 1.2 m (4 feet) drop test; (c) Used, damaged, defective light bulbs each containing not more than 1 g of hazardous materials and packaged so that there is not more than 30 g of hazardous materials per package when transported from a collection or recycling facility. The light bulbs must be packed in strong outer packagings meeting the requirements of § 173.24(b) of this subpart and capable of passing a 1.2 m (4 feet) drop test. (d) Light bulbs containing only gases of Division 2.2 provided they are packaged so that the projectile effects of any rupture of the bulb will be contained within the package. ■ 28. In § 173.24, paragraph (c) is revised to read as follows: § 173.24 General requirements for packagings and packages. * * * * * (c) Authorized packagings. (1) A packaging is authorized for a hazardous material only if— (i) The packaging is prescribed or permitted for the hazardous material in a packaging section specified for that material in Column 8 of the § 172.101 table and conforms to applicable requirements in the special provisions of Column 7 of the § 172.101 table and, for specification packagings (but not including UN standard packagings manufactured outside the United States), the specification requirements in parts 178 and 179 of this subchapter; or (ii) The packaging is permitted under, and conforms to, provisions contained in subparts B or C of part 171 of this subchapter or §§ 173.3, 173.4, 173.4a, 173.4b, 173.5, 173.5a, 173.6, 173.7, 173.8, 173.27, or § 176.11 of this subchapter. (2) The use of supplementary packagings within an outer packaging (e.g., an intermediate packaging or a receptacle inside a required inner packaging) additional to what is required by this subchapter is authorized provided all applicable requirements of this subchapter are met and, when necessary, suitable cushioning is used to prevent movement within the packaging. * * * * * the ‘‘OVERPACK’’ marking must be at least 12 mm (0.5 inches) high. (i) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) For domestic transportation, an overpack marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * ■ 30. In § 173.62, in paragraph (b), in the Explosives Table, the entry for UN0222 is revised; in paragraph (c), in the Table of Packing Methods, Packing Instructions 116, 117, 131, and 137 are revised to read as follows: 29. In § 173.25, revise paragraph (a)(4) to read as follows: EXPLOSIVES TABLE § 173.62 Specific packaging requirements for explosives. * * * (b) * * * ■ * ID No. § 173.25 Authorized packagings and overpacks. (a) * * * (4) The overpack is marked with the word ‘‘OVERPACK’’ when specification packagings are required, unless specification markings on the inside packages are visible. The lettering on * PI * * UN0222 ............. * * * * * 112(b), 112(c) or 117. * * * (c) * * * TABLE OF PACKING METHODS mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Packing instruction Inner packagings * * 116 ............................................................ PARTICULAR PACKING REQUIREMENTS OR EXCEPTIONS: 1. For UN 0082, 0241, 0331 and 0332, inner packagings are not necessary if leakproof removable head drums are used as the outer packaging. 2. For UN 0082, 0241, 0331 and 0332, inner packagings are not required when the explosive is contained in a material impervious to liquid. 3. For UN 0081, inner packagings are not required when contained in rigid plastic that is impervious to nitric esters. 4. For UN 0331, inner packagings are not required when bags (5H2), (5H3) or (5H4) are used as outer packagings. 5. For UN0081, bags must not be used as outer packagings. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Intermediate packagings * * * Bags ................................... Not necessary .................... paper, water and oil resistant plastics. textile, plastic coated or lined woven plastics, sift-proof Receptacles ....................... fiberboard, water resistant metal. plastics ........................ wood, sift-proof ........... Sheets ................................ paper, water resistant paper, waxed .............. plastics ........................ PO 00000 Frm 00080 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM Outer packagings * * Bags. woven plastics (5H1/2/3). paper, multiwall, water resistant (5M2). plastics, film (5H4). textile, sift-proof (5L2). textile, water resistant (5L3). Boxes. steel (4A). aluminum (4B). other metal (4N). wood, natural, ordinary (4C1). natural wood, sift proof walls (4C2). plywood (4D). reconstituted wood (4F). fiberboard (4G). plastics, solid (4H2). Drums. steel (1A1 or 1A2). aluminum (1B1 or 1B2). other metal (1N1 or 1N2). plywood (1D). fiber (1G). plastics (1H1 or 1H2). Jerricans. steel (3A1 or 3A2). plastics (3H1 or 3H2). 08JAR2 1155 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations TABLE OF PACKING METHODS—Continued Inner packagings Intermediate packagings Outer packagings 117 ............................................................ PARTICULAR PACKING REQUIREMENTS OR EXCEPTIONS: 1. This packing instruction may only be used for explosives of UN 0082 when they are mixtures of ammonium nitrate or other inorganic nitrates with other combustible substances that are not explosive ingredients. Such explosives must not contain nitroglycerin, similar liquid organic nitrates, liquid or solid nitrocarbons, or chlorates. 2. This packing instruction may only be used for explosives of UN 0241 that consist of water as an essential ingredient and high proportions of ammonium nitrate or other oxidizers, some or all of which are in solution. The other constituents may include hydrocarbons or aluminum powder, but must not include nitro-derivatives such as trinitrotoluene. 3. Metal IBCs must not be used for UN 0082, UN 0222 and UN 0241. 4. Flexible IBCs may only be used for solids. 5. For UN 0222, when other than metal or rigid plastics IBCs are used, they must be offered for transportation in a closed freight container or a closed transport vehicle. 6. For UN 0222, flexible IBCs must be sift-proof and water-resistant or must be fitted with a sift-proof and water-resistant liner. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 Packing instruction Not necessary .................... Not necessary .................... IBCs. metal (11A), (11B), (11N), (21A), (21B), (21N), (31A), (31B), (31N). flexible (13H2), (13H3), (13H4), (13L2), (13L3), (13L4), (13M2). rigid plastics (11H1), (11H2), (21H1), (21H2), (31H1), (31H2). composite (11HZ1), (11HZ2), (21HZ1), (21HZ2), (31HZ1), (31HZ2). * * 131 ............................................................ PARTICULAR PACKING REQUIREMENTS OR EXCEPTIONS: 1. For UN 0029, 0267 and 0455, bags and reels may not be used as inner packagings. 2. For UN 0030, 0255 and 0456, inner packagings are not required when detonators are packed in pasteboard tubes, or when their leg wires are wound on spools with the caps either placed inside the spool or securely taped to the wire on the spool, so as to restrict free moving of the caps and to protect them from impact forces. 3. For UN 0360, 0361 and 0500, detonators are not required to be attached to the safety fuse, metal-clad mild detonating cord, detonating cord, or shock tube. Inner packagings are not required if the packing configuration restricts free moving of the caps and protects them from impact forces. * * * Bags ................................... Not necessary .................... paper .......................... plastics ........................ Receptacles ................ fiberboard .................... metal ........................... plastics ........................ wood ........................... Reels .......................... * * 137 ............................................................ * * * Bags ................................... Not necessary .................... VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 Frm 00081 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM * * Boxes. steel (4A). aluminum (4B). other metal (4N). wood, natural, ordinary (4C1). natural wood, sift proof walls (4C2). plastics, solid (4H2). plywood (4D). reconstituted wood (4F). fiberboard (4G). Drums. steel (1A1 or 1A2). Aluminum (1B1 or 1B2). other metal (1N1 or 1N2). Plywood (1D). fiber (1G). plastics (1H1 or 1H2). * Boxes. 08JAR2 * 1156 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations TABLE OF PACKING METHODS—Continued Packing instruction Inner packagings PARTICULAR PACKING REQUIREMENTS OR EXCEPTIONS: For UN 0059, 0439, 0440 and 0441, when the shaped charges are packed singly, the conical cavity must face downwards and the package marked ‘‘THIS SIDE UP’’. When the shaped charges are packed in pairs, the conical cavities must face inwards to minimize the jetting effect in the event of accidental initiation. plastics ........................ Boxes ................................. fiberboard .................... wood ........................... Tubes ................................. fiberboard .................... metal ........................... plastics ........................ Dividing partitions in the outer packagings. * * * * * * * * 31. In § 173.115, add paragraph (m) to read as follows: ■ § 173.115 Class 2, Divisions 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3—Definitions. * * * * * (m) Adsorbed gas. A gas which when packaged for transport is adsorbed onto a solid porous material resulting in an internal receptacle pressure of less than 101.3 kPa at 20 °C and less than 300 kPa at 50 °C. ■ 32. In § 173.121, paragraph (b)(1)(ii) is revised to read as follows: § 173.121 group. Class 3—Assignment of packing * * * * * (b) * * * (1) * * * (ii) The mixture or any separated solvent does not contain any substances with a primary or a subsidiary risk of Division 6.1 or Class 8; * * * * * ■ 33. In § 173.127, paragraphs (a)(1) and (b) are revised to read as follows. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 § 173.127 Class 5, Division 5.1—Definition and assignment of packing groups. (a) * * * (1) A solid material is classed as a Division 5.1 material if, when tested in accordance with the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter): (i) If test O.1 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.1), the mean burning time is less than or equal to the burning time of a 3:7 potassium bromate/cellulose mixture; or (ii) If test O.3 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.3), the mean burning rate is greater than or VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 Intermediate packagings steel (4A). aluminum (4B). other metal (4N). wood, natural, ordinary (4C1). wood, natural, sift proof walls (4C2). plastics, solid (4H2). plywood (4D). reconstituted wood (4F). fiberboard (4G). Drums. steel (1A1 or 1A2). aluminum (1B1 or 1B2). other metal (1N1 or 1N2). plywood (1D). fiber (1G). plastics (1H1 or 1H2). * * equal to the burning rate of a 1:2 calcium peroxide/cellulose mixture. * * * * * (b) Assignment of packing groups. (1) The packing group of a Division 5.1 material which is a solid shall be assigned using the following criteria: (i) Packing Group I, for any material which, in either concentration tested: (A) If test O.1 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.1), the mean burning time is less than the mean burning time of a 3:2 potassium bromate/cellulose mixture; or (B) If test O.3 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.3), the mean burning rate is greater than the mean burning rate of a 3:1 calcium peroxide/cellulose mixture. (ii) Packing Group II, for any material which, in either concentration tested: (A) If test O.1 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.1), the mean burning time is less than the mean burning time of a 2:3 potassium bromate/cellulose mixture and the criteria for Packing Group I are not met; or (B) If test O.3 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.3), the mean burning rate is greater than the mean burning rate of a 1:1 calcium peroxide/cellulose mixture and the criteria for Packing Group I are not met. (iii) Packing Group III for any material which, in either concentration tested: (A) If test O.1 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.1), the mean burning time is less than the mean burning time of a 3:7 potassium bromate/cellulose mixture and the criteria for Packing Groups I and II are not met; or (B) If test O.3 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.3), the mean burning rate is greater than the PO 00000 Frm 00082 Fmt 4701 Outer packagings Sfmt 4700 * * mean burning rate of a 1:2 calcium peroxide/cellulose mixture and the criteria for Packing Groups I and II are not met. (iv) The materials is not classified as a Division 5.1 material if, in either concentration tested: (A) If test O.1 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.1), the sample tested does not ignite and exhibit burn, or exhibits a mean burning time of greater than or equal to the mean burning time of a 3:7 potassium bromate/cellulose mixture. (B) If test O.3 is used (UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, sub-section 34.4.3), the sample tested does not ignite and exhibit burn, or exhibits a mean burning rate less than or equal to the mean burning rate of a 1:2 calcium peroxide/ cellulose mixture. * * * * * ■ 34. In § 173.151, revise paragraph (b) to read as follows: § 173.151 Exceptions for Class 4. * * * * * (b) Limited quantities of Division 4.1. (1) Limited quantities of flammable solids (Division 4.1) in Packing Groups II and III and, where authorized by this section, charcoal briquettes (Division 4.2) in Packing Group III, are excepted from labeling requirements unless the material is offered for transportation or transported by aircraft, and are excepted from the specification packaging requirements of this subchapter when packaged in combination packagings according to this paragraph. If authorized for transportation by aircraft, the package must also conform to applicable requirements of § 173.27 of this part (e.g., authorized materials, inner packaging quantity limits and closure securement) and only hazardous E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations material authorized aboard passengercarrying aircraft may be transported as a limited quantity. A limited quantity package that conforms to the provisions of this section is not subject to the shipping paper requirements of subpart C of part 172 of this subchapter, unless the material meets the definition of a hazardous substance, hazardous waste, marine pollutant, or is offered for transportation and transported by aircraft or vessel, and is eligible for the exceptions provided in § 173.156 of this part. In addition, shipments of limited quantities are not subject to subpart F (Placarding) of part 172 of this subchapter. Each package must conform to the packaging requirements of subpart B of this part and may not exceed 30 kg (66 pounds) gross weight. Except for transportation by aircraft, the following combination packagings are authorized: (i) For flammable solids in Packing Group II, inner packagings not over 1.0 kg (2.2 pounds) net capacity each, packed in a strong outer packaging. (ii) For flammable solids in Packing Group III, inner packagings not over 5.0 kg (11 pounds) net capacity each, packed in a strong outer packaging. (2) For transportation by highway or rail, Charcoal briquettes (NA1361) may be packaged as a limited quantity in accordance with paragraph (b) of this section in packagings not exceeding 30 kg gross weight and are eligible for the exceptions provided in § 173.156. * * * * * 35. In § 173.161, paragraph (b)(2) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 173.161 Chemical kits and first aid kits. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * * * * * (b) * * * (2) The packing group assigned to the chemical kit and first aid kit as a whole must be the most stringent packing group assigned to any individual substance in the kit. The packing group must be shown on the shipping paper. Where the kit contains only hazardous materials to which no packing group is assigned, the packagings shall meet the Packing Group II performance level. Where the kit contains only hazardous materials to which no packing group is assigned, the packing group does not have to be indicated on the shipping paper. * * * * * 36. In § 173.164, paragraph (a)(5) is removed and reserved: ■ § 173.164 Mercury (metallic and articles containing mercury). (a) * * * VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 * (5) [Reserved] * * * * 37. Revise § 173.166 to read as follows: ■ § 173.166 Safety devices. For the purpose of this section, safety devices are articles which contain pyrotechnic substances or hazardous materials of other classes and are used in vehicles, vessels or aircraft to enhance safety to persons. Examples are: air bag inflators, air bag modules, seat-belt pretensioners and pyromechanical devices. Pyromechanical devices are assembled components for tasks such as but not limited to separation, locking, releaseand-drive or occupant restraint. The term includes ‘‘Safety devices, pyrotechnic.’’ (a) Definitions. An air bag inflator (consisting of a casing containing an igniter, a booster material, a gas generant and, in some cases, a pressure receptacle (cylinder)) is a gas generator used to inflate an air bag in a supplemental restraint system in a motor vehicle. An air bag module is the air bag inflator plus an inflatable bag assembly. A seat-belt pretensioner contains similar hazardous materials and is used in the operation of a seatbelt restraining system in a motor vehicle. (b) Classification. (1) Safety devices, excluding those which contain flammable or toxic gases or mixtures thereof, may be classed as Class 9 (UN3268) if the safety device, or if more than a single safety device is involved then the representative of the maximum parameters of each design type, is examined and successfully tested by a person or agency who is authorized by the Associate Administrator to perform examination and testing of explosives under § 173.56(b)(1), and who: (i) Does not manufacture or market explosives or safety devices, is not owned in whole or in part, or is not financially dependent upon any entity that manufactures or markets explosives or safety devices; (ii) Performs all examination and testing in accordance with the applicable requirements as specified in special provision 160 (see § 172.102 of this subchapter); and (iii) Maintains records in accordance with paragraph (g) of this section. (iv) By adhering to all the provisions specified in paragraph (b)(1) of this section, a Class 9 (UN3268) air bag inflator, air bag module or seat-belt pretensioner design is not required to be submitted to the Associate Administrator for approval or assigned PO 00000 Frm 00083 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1157 an EX number. All other Class 9 (UN3268) safety device designs are required to be submitted to the Associate Administrator for approval and assigned an EX number; (2) A safety device may be classed as Division 1.4G if the maximum parameters of each design type have been examined and successfully tested by a person or agency who is authorized by the Associate Administrator to perform such examination and testing of explosives under § 173.56(b)(1). As a Class 1 explosive, the manufacturer must submit to the Associate Administrator a report of the examination and assignment of a recommended shipping description, division, and compatibility group, and if the Associate Administrator finds the approval request meets the regulatory criteria, the explosive may be approved in writing and assigned an EX number; or (3) The manufacturer has submitted an application, including a classification issued by the competent authority of a foreign government to the Associate Administrator, and received written notification from the Associate Administrator that the device has been approved for transportation and assigned an EX number. (c) EX numbers. (1) When a safety device is classed and approved as a Division 1.4G and offered for transportation, the shipping paper must contain the EX number or product code for each approved device in association with the basic description required by § 172.202(a) of this subchapter. Product codes must be traceable to the specific EX number assigned to the device by the Associate Administrator. Further, if the EX number or product code is contained on the shipping paper then it is not required to be marked on the outside package. (2) A safety device, when classed as a Class 9 (UN3268), is excepted from the EX number, or product code shipping paper requirements of paragraph (c) of this section. (d) Exceptions. (1) A safety device that is classed as a Class 9 (UN3268) under the terms of paragraph (b)(1) of this section and is installed in a motor vehicle, aircraft, boat or other transport conveyance or its completed components, such as steering columns or door panels, is not subject to the requirements of this subchapter. A safety device that has been classed as a Division 1.4G and approved by the Associate Administrator and is installed in a motor vehicle, aircraft, boat or other transport conveyance or its completed components, such as steering columns E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 1158 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations or door panels, is not subject to the requirements of this subchapter. (2) An air bag module containing an inflator that has been previously approved by the Associate Administrator for transportation is not required to be submitted for further examination or approval. For classifications granted after July 30, 2013, if the Class 9 designation for the inflator is contingent upon packaging or other special means specified by the authorized testing agency, the modules must be tested and certified separately to determine if they can be shipped as ‘‘UN3268, Safety Devices, 9, PG III’’. (3) An air bag module containing an inflator that has previously been approved by the Associate Administrator as a Division 2.2 material is not required to be submitted for further examination to be reclassed as a Class 9 material. (4) Shipments to recycling or waste disposal facilities. When offered for domestic transportation by highway, rail freight, cargo vessel or cargo aircraft, a serviceable safety device classed as either Class 9 (UN3268) or Division 1.4G removed from a motor vehicle that was manufactured as required for use in the United States may be offered for transportation and transported without compliance with the shipping paper requirement prescribed in paragraph (c) of this section. However, when these articles are shipped to a recycling facility, the word ‘‘Recycled’’ must be entered on the shipping paper immediately after the basic description prescribed in § 172.202 of this subchapter. No more than one device is authorized in the packaging prescribed in paragraph (e)(1), (2) or (3) of this section. The device must be cushioned and secured within the package to prevent movement during transportation. (5) An air bag inflator, air bag module, or seat-belt pretensioner that was classed and approved for transportation prior to January 1, 2015 may continue to be transported under the terms of the existing approval, using the appropriate proper shipping name ‘‘Safety Devices’’ or ‘‘Safety Devices, Pyrotechnic’’ based on the classification of the device as assigned by PHMSA or the authorized person or agency that examined and tested the design type. (6) Until January 1, 2016, for domestic transportation by highway, rail, and vessel, packages containing air bag inflators, air bag modules, or seat-belt pretensioners may be; (i) Marked with either the appropriate proper shipping name, or an appropriate proper shipping name authorized by VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 § 172.101 in effect on December 31, 2014; and (ii) Described on a shipping paper with either the appropriate proper shipping name, or an appropriate proper shipping name authorized by § 172.101 in effect on December 31, 2014. (e) Packagings. Rigid, outer packagings, meeting the general packaging requirements of part 173 are authorized as follows. Additionally, the UN specification packagings listed in paragraphs (e)(1), (2), and (3) of this section must meet the packaging specification and performance requirements of part 178 of this subchapter at the Packing Group III performance level. The packagings must be designed and constructed to prevent movement of the articles and inadvertent activation. Further, if the Class 9 designation is contingent upon packaging specified by the authorized testing agency, shipments of the safety device must be in compliance with the prescribed packaging. (1) 1A2, 1B2, 1N2, 1D, 1G, or 1H2 drums. (2) 3A2, 3B2, or 3H2 jerricans. (3) 4A, 4B, 4N, 4C1, 4C2, 4D, 4F, 4G, 4H1, or 4H2 boxes. (4) Reusable high-strength containers or dedicated handling devices. (i) Reusable containers manufactured from high-strength plastic, metal, or other suitable material, or other dedicated handling devices are authorized for shipment of safety devices from a manufacturing facility to the assembly facility, subject to the following conditions: (A) The gross weight of the containers or handling devices may not exceed 1000 kg (2205 pounds). Containers or handling devices must provide adequate support to allow stacking at least three units high with no resultant damage; (B) If not completely enclosed by design, the container or handling device must be covered with plastic, fiberboard, metal, or other suitable material. The covering must be secured to the container by banding or other comparable methods; and (C) Internal dunnage must be sufficient to prevent movement of the devices within the container. (ii) Reusable containers manufactured from high-strength plastic, metal, or other suitable material, or other dedicated handling devices are authorized for shipment of safety devices only to, between, and from, intermediate handling locations, provided they meet the conditions specified in paragraphs (e)(4)(i)(A) through (C) of this section and: (A) The packages may be opened and re-packed by an intermediate handler as PO 00000 Frm 00084 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 long as no modifications or changes are made to the packagings; and (B) Transportation must be made by private or contract carrier. (5) Packagings which were previously authorized in an approval issued by the Associate Administrator may continue to be used, provided a copy of the approval is maintained while such packaging is being used. (6) Safety Devices removed from a vehicle. When removed from, or were intended to be used in, a motor vehicle that was manufactured as required for use in the United States and offered for domestic transportation by highway to Recycling or Waste Disposal facilities, a serviceable safety device classed as Class 9 UN3268 may be offered for transportation and transported in the following additional packaging: (i) Specification and non-specification steel drums with a wall and lid thickness not less than 20 gauge. The lid must be securely affixed with a leverlocking or bolted-ring assembly. The lid of the drum must provide ventilation of the drum contents in a fire. The drum may be filled with any combination of safety devices to a capacity not greater than fifty (50) percent of the drum’s total volume. In addition, inner packagings or cushioning may not be used to fill the void space; or (ii) Outer packaging consisting of 4H2 solid plastic boxes or non-specification rugged reusable plastic outer packaging and inner static-resistant plastic bags or trays. If not completely enclosed by design, the container or handling device must be covered with plastic, fiberboard, metal or other suitable material. The covering must be secured to the container by banding or other comparable methods. The articles must be packed to prevent movement within the container during transportation. (f) Labeling. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 172.402, each package or handling device must display a CLASS 9 label. Additional labeling is not required when the package contains no hazardous materials other than the devices. (g) Recordkeeping requirements. (1) Following the examination of each new design type classed as a Class 9 in accordance with paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the person that conducted the examination must prepare a test report and provide the test report to the manufacturer of the safety device. At a minimum, the test report must contain the following information: (i) Name and address of the test facility; (ii) Name and address of the applicant; E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations (iii) Manufacturer of the device. For a foreign manufacturer, the U.S. agent or importer must be identified; (iv) A test report number, drawing of the device, and description of the safety device in sufficient detail to ensure that the test report is traceable (e.g. a unique product identifier) to a specific design; (v) The tests conducted and the results; and (vi) A certification that the safety device is classed as a Class 9 (UN3268). (2) For at least fifteen (15) years after testing, a copy of each test report must be maintained by the authorizing testing agency. For as long as any safety device design is being manufactured, and for at least fifteen (15) years thereafter, a copy of each test report must be maintained by the manufacturer of the product. (3) Test reports must be made available to a representative of the Department upon request. 38. In § 173.167, paragraph (a)(4) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 173.167 Consumer Commodities. (a) * * * (4) Drop test capability. Breakable inner packagings (e.g., glass, earthenware, or brittle plastic) must be packaged to prevent failure under conditions normally incident to transport. Packages of consumer commodities as prepared for transport must be capable of withstanding a 1.2 m drop on solid concrete in the position most likely to cause damage. In order to pass the test, the outer packaging must not exhibit any damage liable to affect safety during transport and there must be no leakage from the inner packaging(s). * * * * * ■ 39. Section 173.176, is revised to read as follows: mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 § 173.176 Capacitors. (a) Capacitors, including capacitors containing an electrolyte that does not meet the definition of any hazard class or division as defined in this part, must conform to the following requirements: (1) Except for asymmetric capacitors, capacitors not installed in equipment must be transported in an uncharged state. (2) Each capacitor or module must be protected against a potential short circuit hazard in transport as follows: (i) Except for asymmetric capacitors, when a capacitor’s energy storage capacity is less than or equal to 10 Wh or when the energy storage capacity of each capacitor in a module is less than or equal to 10 Wh, the capacitor or module must be protected against short circuit or be fitted with a metal strap connecting the terminals; or VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 (ii) Except for asymmetric capacitors, when the energy storage capacity of a capacitor or a capacitor in a module is more than 10 Wh, the capacitor or module must be fitted with a metal strap connecting the terminals. (iii) When an asymmetric capacitor’s energy storage capacity is greater than 0.3 Wh, or when the energy storage capacity of each capacitor in a module is greater than 0.3 Wh, the capacitor or module must be protected against short circuit. (3) Capacitors containing an electrolyte that meets the definition of one or more hazard class or division as defined in this part, must be designed to withstand a 95 kPa (0.95 bar, 14 psi) pressure differential. (4) Capacitors must be designed and constructed to safely relieve pressure that may build up in use, through a vent or a weak point in the capacitor casing. Any liquid that is released upon venting must be contained by the packaging or by the equipment in which a capacitor is installed. (5) Except for asymmetric capacitors, capacitors manufactured after December 31, 2013, or asymmetric capacitors manufactured after December 31, 2015, must be marked with the energy storage capacity in Wh. (b) Capacitors must be packed in strong outer packagings. For transport by air, capacitors must be securely cushioned within the outer packagings. Capacitors installed in equipment may be offered for transport unpackaged or on pallets, when the capacitors are afforded equivalent protection by the equipment in which they are contained. (c) Capacitors containing an electrolyte not meeting the definition of any hazard class or division as defined in this part, including when configured in a module or when installed in equipment, are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter. (d) Except for asymmetric capacitors, capacitors containing an electrolyte that meets the definition of one or more hazard class or division as defined in this part, with an energy storage capacity of 10 Wh or less are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter, when they are capable of withstanding a 1.2 m (3.9 feet) drop test unpackaged onto a rigid, non-resilient, flat and horizontal surface without loss of contents. (e) Asymmetric capacitors containing an electrolyte that meets the definition of one or more hazard class or division as defined in this part, with an energy storage capacity of 20 Wh or less, including when configured in a module, are not subject to other provisions of this subchapter when the capacitors are PO 00000 Frm 00085 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1159 capable of withstanding a 1.2 meter (3.9 feet) drop test unpackaged onto a rigid, non-resilient, flat and horizontal surface without loss of contents. (f) Except for asymmetric capacitors, capacitors containing an electrolyte meeting the definition of one or more hazard class or division as defined in this part, that are not installed in equipment, and with an energy storage capacity of more than 10 Wh are subject to the requirements of this subchapter. (g) Asymmetric capacitors containing an electrolyte meeting the definition of one or more hazard class or division as defined in this part, that are not installed in equipment, and with an energy storage capacity of more than 20 Wh are to the requirements of this subchapter. (h) Capacitors installed in equipment and containing an electrolyte meeting the definition of one or more hazard class or division as defined in this part, are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter, provided the equipment is packaged in a strong outer packaging and in such a manner as to prevent accidental functioning of the capacitors during transport. Large, robust equipment containing capacitors may be offered for transport unpackaged or on pallets when the capacitors are afforded equivalent protection by the equipment in which they are contained. ■ 40. In § 173.181, paragraph (c) is revised to read as follows: § 173.181 Pyrophoric materials (liquids). * * * * * (c) Steel drums (1A1 or 1A2), aluminum drums (1B1 or 1B2), metal drums, other than steel or aluminum (1N1 or 1N2) or fiber drums (1G); steel jerricans (3A1 or 3A2) or aluminum jerricans (3B1 or 3B2); or steel boxes (4A), aluminum boxes (4B) or metal boxes, other than steel or aluminum (4N) not exceeding 220 L (58 gallons) capacity each with strong, tight inner metal cans not over 4.0 L (1 gallon) capacity each. The strong, tight metal cans must be closed by positive means, not friction. (1) Inner packagings must have no opening exceeding 25 mm (1 inch) diameter and must be surrounded with noncombustible cushioning material. (2) Net quantity of pyrophoric liquids may not exceed two-thirds of the rated capacity of the outer drum. For example, a 220 L (58 gallons) outer drum may contain no more than 147 L (39 gallons) of pyrophoric liquids. (3) Each layer of inner containers must be separated by a metal plate separator in addition to cushioning material. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1160 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 41. In § 173.185, a. Paragraph (b)(6) is added; b. Paragraphs (c) introductory text, (c)(1)(iii) and (c)(4)(v) are revised; and ■ d. Paragraph (f)(3) is revised. The revisions and additions read as follows: ■ ■ ■ § 173.185 Lithium cells and batteries. * * * * * (b) * * * (6) Except for transportation by aircraft, the following rigid large packagings are authorized for a single battery, including for a battery contained in equipment, meeting provisions (b)(1) and (2) of this section and the requirements of part 178, subparts P and Q, of this subchapter at the Packing Group II level: (i) Metal (50A, 50B, 50N); (ii) Rigid plastic (50H); (iii) Wooden (50C, 50D, 50F); (iv) Rigid fiberboard (50G). (c) Exceptions for smaller cells or batteries. Other than as specifically stated below, a package containing lithium cells or batteries, or lithium cells or batteries packed with, or contained in, equipment, that meets the conditions of this paragraph, is excepted from the requirements in subparts C through H of part 172 of this subchapter and the UN performance packaging requirements in paragraphs (b)(3)(ii) and (b)(4) of this section under the following conditions and limitations. (1) * * * (iii) Except when lithium metal cells or batteries are packed with or contained in equipment in quantities not exceeding 5 kg net weight, the outer package that contains lithium metal cells or batteries must be marked: ‘‘PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES— FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT’’ or ‘‘LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES— FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT, or labeled with a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY’’ label specified in § 172.448 of this subchapter. * * * * * (4) * * * (v) A package that exceeds the number or quantity (mass) limits in the table shown in (c)(4) is subject to all applicable requirements of this subchapter, except that a package containing no more than 2.5 kg lithium metal cells or batteries or 10 kg lithium ion cells or batteries is not subject to the UN performance packaging requirements in paragraphs (b)(3)(ii) of this section when the package displays both the lithium battery handling mark and the Class 9 label. * * * * * (f) * * * (3) Each inner packaging must be individually placed in one of the following packagings meeting the applicable requirements of part 178, subparts L, M, P and Q of this subchapter at the Packing Group I level: (i) Metal (4A, 4B, 4N), wooden (4C1, 4C2, 4D, 4F), or solid plastic (4H2) box; (ii) Metal (1A2, 1B2, 1N2), plywood (1D), or plastic (1H2) drum; or (iii) Except for transportation by aircraft, for a single large battery or for a single battery contained in equipment, the following rigid large packagings are authorized: (A) Metal (50A, 50B, 50N); (B) Rigid plastic (50H); (C) Plywood (50D); and * * * * * ■ 42. In § 173.199, revise paragraph (a)(5) to read as follows: § 173.199 Category B infectious substances. * * * * (a) * * * (5) The following square-on-point mark must be displayed on the outer packaging on a background of contrasting color. The width of the line forming the border must be at least 2 mm (0.08 inches) and the letters and numbers must be at least 6 mm (0.24 inches) high. The size of the mark must be such that no side of the diamond is less than 50 mm (1.97 inches) in length as measured from the outside of the lines forming the border. The proper shipping name ‘‘Biological substances, Category B’’ must be marked on the outer packaging adjacent to the diamond-shaped mark in letters that are at least 6 mm (0.24 inches) high. (i) Transitional exception—A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be used until December 31, 2016. (ii) For domestic transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * § 173.220 [Amended] 43. In § 173.220, in the last sentence of paragraph (d), add the phrase ‘‘(IBR, see § 171.7)’’ after the phrase ‘‘UN Manual of Tests and Criteria’’. ■ 44. In § 173.225(g), in the Organic Peroxide Portable Tank Table, the last entry in the table is revised and a new Note 1 is added immediately following the end of the table to read as follows: ■ § 173.225 Packaging requirements and other provisions for organic peroxides. * * * (g) * * * * Filling limits * * Control temperature ORGANIC PEROXIDE PORTABLE TANK TABLE UN No. Hazardous material Minimum test pressure (bar) Minimum shell thickness (mmreference steel) See . . . Bottom opening requirements See . . . Pressure relief requirements See . . . Emergency temperature [REVISE] mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * Peroxyacetic acid, distilled, stabilized, not more than 41%. 1 * 4 Note: 1. ‘‘Corrosive’’ subsidiary risk placard is required. * * * * * ■ 45. A new § 173.231 is added to read as follows § 173.231 Ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension or gel. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:09 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 * § 178.274(d)(2) * § 178.275(d)(3) * § 178.275(g)(1) (a) Packagings for non-bulk shipments of Ammonium nitrate emulsions, suspensions and gels must conform to the general packaging requirements of subpart B of part 173, to the requirements of part 178 of this subchapter at the Packing Group I or II PO 00000 Frm 00086 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 * Not more than 90% at 59 °F (15 °C). * +30 °C +35 °C performance level, and the requirements of the special provisions of column 7 of the § 172.101 table. (1) The following combination packagings are authorized: Outer packagings: Drums: 1B2, 1G, 1N2, 1H2 or 1D E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations Boxes: 4B, 4C1, 4C2, 4D, 4G or 4H2 Jerricans: 3B2 of 3H2 Inner Packagings: Glass, plastic or metal inner receptacles (2) For combination packagings, the capacity of each inner packaging must not exceed 5 liters (1.3 gallons) and the maximum authorized net weight of each outer packaging must not exceed 125 kg (275 pounds). (3) The following single packagings are authorized: Drums: 1B1, 1B2, 1H1 or 1H2 with a maximum capacity of 250 liters (66 gallons). Jerricans: 3B1, 3B2, 3H1 or 3H2 with a maximum capacity of 60 liters (15.9 gallons). Plastic receptacle in aluminum, fiber, plastic or plywood drum: 6HB1, 6HG1, 6HH1 or 6HD1with the outer drum having a maximum capacity of 250 liters (66 gallons). Plastic receptacle in aluminum wood, plywood, fiberboard, or solid plastic box: 6HB2, 6HC, 6HD2, 6HG2, or 6HH2 with the outer box having a maximum capacity of 60 liters (15.9 gallons). Glass receptacle in aluminum, fiber, or plywood drum: 6PB1, 6PF1 or 6PD1 with the outer drum having a maximum capacity of 60 liters (15.9 gallons). Glass receptacle in expanded plastic or solid plastic packaging: 6PH1 or 6PH2 with the outer packaging having a maximum capacity of 60 liters (15.9 gallons). Glass receptacle in aluminum, wood, or fiberboard box, or wickerwork hamper: 6PB2, 6PC, 6PG2 or 6PD2 with the outer box or hamper having a maximum capacity of 60 liters (15.9 gallons). (b) [Reserved] ■ 46. Section 173.251 is added to subpart F to read as follows: mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 § 173.251 Bulk packaging for ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension, or gel. When § 172.101 of this subchapter specifies that a hazardous material be packaged under this section, only the following bulk packagings are authorized, subject to the requirements of subparts A and B of part 173 of this subchapter and the special provisions specified in column 7 of the § 172.101 table. (a) IBCs. IBCs are authorized subject to the conditions and limitations of this section provided: (1) The IBC type is authorized according to the IBC packaging code for the specific hazardous material in Column (7) of the § 172.101 Table; (2) The IBC conforms to the requirements in subpart O of part 178 of this subchapter at the Packing Group VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 performance level in Column (5) of the § 172.101 Table for the material being transported. (b) [Reserved] ■ 47. In § 173.301b, paragraphs (c)(1), (c)(2)(ii) and (iii) are revised to read as follows: § 173.301b Additional general requirements for shipment of UN pressure receptacles. (c) Pressure receptacle valve requirements. (1) When the use of a valve is prescribed, the valve must conform to the requirements in ISO 10297:2006 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2008, the manufacture of a valve conforming to the requirements in ISO 10297:1999 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. (2) * * * (ii) By equipping the UN pressure receptacle with a valve cap conforming to the requirements in ISO 11117:2008 and Technical Corrigendum 1 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2014, the manufacture of a valve cap conforming to the requirements in ISO 11117:1998 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. The cap must have ventholes of sufficient cross-sectional area to evacuate the gas if leakage occurs at the valve; (iii) By protecting the valves by shrouds or guards conforming to the requirements in ISO 11117:2008 and Technical Corrigendum 1 (IBR; see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2014, the manufacture of a shroud or guard conforming to the requirements in ISO 11117:1998 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. For metal hydride storage systems, by protecting the valves in accordance with the requirements in ISO 16111:2008 (IBR; see § 171.7 of this subchapter). * * * * * ■ 48. In § 173.302, revise the section heading and paragraphs (a)(1) and (2) to read as follows: § 173.302 Filling of cylinders with nonliquefied (permanent) compressed gases or adsorbed gases. (a) General requirements. (1) A cylinder filled with a non-liquefied compressed gas (except gas in solution) must be offered for transportation in accordance with the requirements of this section and § 173.301. In addition, a DOT specification cylinder must meet the requirements in §§ 173.301a, 173.302a and 173.305, as applicable. UN pressure receptacles must meet the requirements in §§ 173.301b and 173.302b, as applicable. Where more PO 00000 Frm 00087 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1161 than one section applies to a cylinder, the most restrictive requirements must be followed. (2) Adsorbed gas. A cylinder filled with an adsorbed gas must be offered for transportation in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (d) of this section, § 173.301, and § 173.302c. UN cylinders must meet the requirements in §§ 173.301b and 173.302b, as applicable. Where more than one section applies to a cylinder, the most restrictive requirements must be followed. * * * * * ■ 49. A new § 173.302c is added to read as follows: § 173.302c Additional requirements for the shipment of adsorbed gases in UN pressure receptacles. (a) A cylinder filled with an adsorbed gas must be offered for transportation in UN pressure receptacles subject to the requirements in this section and § 173.302, as well as, §§ 173.301 and 173.301b. (b) The pressure of each filled cylinder must be less than 101.3 kPa at 20 °C (68 °F) and must not exceed 300 kPa at 50 °C (122 °F). (c) The minimum test pressure of the cylinder must be 21 bar. (d) The minimum burst pressure of the cylinder must be 94.5 bar. (e) The internal pressure at 65 °C (149 °F) of the filled cylinder must not exceed the test pressure of the cylinder. (f) The adsorbent material must be compatible with the cylinder and must not form harmful or dangerous compounds with the gas to be adsorbed. The gas in combination with the adsorbent material must not affect or weaken the cylinder or cause a dangerous reaction (e.g., a catalyzing reaction). (g) The quality of the adsorbent material must be verified at the time of each fill to assure the pressure and chemical stability requirements of this section are met each time an adsorbed gas package is offered for transport. (h) The adsorbent material must not meet the definition of any other hazard class. (i) Cylinders and closures containing toxic gases with an LC50 less than or equal to 200 ml/m3 (ppm) (see the following Adsorbed Gases Table) must meet the following requirements: (1) Valve outlets must be fitted with pressure retaining gas-tight plugs or caps having threads matching those of the valve outlets. (2) Each valve must either be of the packless type with non-perforated diaphragm, or be of a type which E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1162 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations prevents leakage through or past the packing. (3) Each cylinder and closure must be tested for leakage after filling. (4) Each valve must be capable of withstanding the test pressure of the cylinder and be directly connected to the cylinder by either a taper-thread or other means which meets the requirements of ISO 10692–2 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter); and (5) Cylinders and valves must not be fitted with a pressure relief device. (j) Valve outlets for cylinders containing pyrophoric gases must be fitted with gas-tight plugs or caps having threads matching those of the valve outlets. (k) The filling procedure must be in accordance with Annex A of ISO 11513 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). (l) The maximum period for periodic requalification must be in accordance with § 180.207(c) of this subchapter. ADSORBED GASES TABLE ID No. Hazardous material LC50 ml/m3 3510 3511 3512 3513 3514 3515 3516 3517 3518 3519 3520 3521 3522 3523 3524 3525 3526 Adsorbed gas, flammable, n.o.s. .................................................................................................................. Adsorbed gas, n.o.s. .................................................................................................................................... Adsorbed gas, toxic, n.o.s. ........................................................................................................................... Adsorbed gas, oxidizing, n.o.s. .................................................................................................................... Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. ........................................................................................................ Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s. ........................................................................................................... Adsorbed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s. .......................................................................................................... Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s. ....................................................................................... Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s. .......................................................................................... Boron trifluoride, adsorbed ........................................................................................................................... Chlorine, adsorbed ....................................................................................................................................... Silicon tetrafluoride, adsorbed ...................................................................................................................... Arsine, adsorbed .......................................................................................................................................... Germane, adsorbed ...................................................................................................................................... Phosphorus pentafluoride, adsorbed ........................................................................................................... Phosphine, adsorbed .................................................................................................................................... Hydrogen selenide, adsorbed ...................................................................................................................... ........................ ........................ ≤5000 ........................ ≤5000 ≤5000 ≤5000 ≤5000 ≤5000 387 293 450 20 620 190 20 2 Notes z. z. z. z. z. z. z. z. z. a. a. a. d. d, r. d. Notes: a: Aluminum alloy cylinders must not be used. d: When steel cylinders are used, only those bearing the ‘‘H’’ mark in accordance with § 173.302b(f) are authorized. r: The filling of this gas must be limited such that, if complete decomposition occurs, the pressure does not exceed two thirds of the test pressure of the cylinder. z: The construction materials of the cylinders and their accessories must be compatible with the contents and must not react to form harmful or dangerous compounds therewith. 50. In § 173.307, paragraphs (a)(5) and (a)(6) are revised to read as follows: ■ § 173.307 gases. Exceptions for compressed (a) * * * (5) Manufactured articles or apparatuses, other than light bulbs each containing not more than 100 mg (0.0035 ounce) of inert gas and packaged so that the quantity of inert gas per package does not exceed 1 g (0.35 ounce). (6) Light bulbs (lamps) conforming to the requirements of § 173.11. * * * * * ■ 51. In § 173.309, an introductory paragraph and a new paragraph (e) are added to read as follows: mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 § 173.309 Fire extinguishers. This section applies to portable fire extinguishers for manual handling and operation, fire extinguishers for installation in aircraft, and large fire extinguishers. Large fire extinguishers include fire extinguishers mounted on wheels for manual handling; fire extinguishing equipment or machinery mounted on wheels or wheeled platforms or units transported similar to (small) trailers; and fire extinguishers VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 composed of a non-rollable pressure drum and equipment, and handled, for example, by fork lift or crane when loaded or unloaded. * * * * * (e) Large fire extinguishers may be transported while unpackaged under the following conditions: (1) The requirements of § 173.24(b) are met; (2) The valves are protected in accordance with § 173.301(c)(2)(i), (ii), (iii) or (v); and (3) Other equipment mounted on the fire extinguisher is protected to prevent accidental activation. * * * * * ■ 52. In § 173.403, the definitions of ‘‘Exclusive use’’ and ‘‘Freight container’’ are revised to read as follows: § 173.403 Definitions. * * * Exclusive use means sole use by a single consignor of a conveyance for which all initial, intermediate, and final loading and unloading and shipment are carried out in accordance with the direction of the consignor or consignee where required by this subchapter. The consignor and the carrier must ensure PO 00000 Frm 00088 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 that any loading or unloading is performed by personnel having radiological training and resources appropriate for safe handling of the consignment. The consignor must provide to the initial carrier specific written instructions for maintenance of exclusive use shipment controls, including the vehicle survey requirement of § 173.443(c) as applicable, and include these instructions with the shipping paper information provided to the carrier by the consignor. * * * * * Freight container means a reusable container having a volume of 1.81 cubic meters (64 cubic feet) or more, designed and constructed to permit it being lifted with its contents intact and intended primarily for containment of packages in unit form during transportation. A ‘‘small freight container’’ is one which has an internal volume of not more than 3.0 cubic meters (106 cubic feet). All other freight containers are designated as ‘‘large freight containers.’’ * * * * * 53. In § 173.420, paragraph (d) is revised to read as follows: ■ E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations § 173.420 Uranium hexafluoride (fissile, fissile excepted and non-fissile). * * * * * (d) Uranium hexafluoride not exceeding the limits specified in the limited quantity package limits column of table 4 in § 173.425 may be classified as UN 3507, Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg (0.22 pounds) per package, non-fissile or fissile-excepted, provided that: (1) The mass of uranium hexafluoride in the package is less than 0.1 kg (0.22 pounds); and (2) The conditions of §§ 173.24, 173.24a, 173.421(a)(1) and (a)(4) are met. * * * * * ■ 54. In § 173.415, paragraph (d) is revised to read as follows: § 173.415 Authorized Type A packages. * * * * * (d) Any foreign-made packaging that meets the standards in the ’’ IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6’’ (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) and bears the marking ‘‘Type A’’. Such packagings may be used for domestic and export shipments of Class 7 (radioactive) materials provided the offeror obtains the applicable documentation of tests and engineering evaluations and maintains the documentation on file in accordance with paragraph (a) of this section. These packagings must conform with requirements of the country of origin (as indicated by the packaging marking) and the IAEA regulations applicable to Type A packagings. ■ 55. In § 173.416, paragraph (b) is revised to read as follows: § 173.416 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * * * * (b) Any Type B(U) or B(M) packaging that meets the applicable requirements in ‘‘IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR– 6’’ (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) and for which the foreign Competent Authority Certificate has been revalidated by DOT pursuant to § 173.473. These packagings are authorized only for export and import shipments. * * * * * ■ 56. In § 173.417, paragraphs (a)(1)(iii) and (b)(2) are revised to read as follows: § 173.417 Authorized fissile materials packages. (a) * * * (1) * * * (iii) Any Type AF, Type B(U)F, or Type B(M)F packaging that meets the VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 57. In § 173.435, note (a) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 173.435 Table of A1 and A2 values for radionuclides. * * * * * and/or A2 values for these parent radionuclides include contributions from daughter nuclides with half-lives less than 10 days as listed in footnote (a) to Table 2 in the ‘‘IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6’’ (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). * * * * * aA 1 58. In § 173.466, paragraph (a) is revised to read as follows: ■ Authorized Type B packages. * applicable requirements for fissile material packages in Section VI of the International Atomic Energy Agency ‘‘Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter),’’ and for which the foreign Competent Authority certificate has been revalidated by the U.S. Competent Authority, in accordance with § 173.473. These packages are authorized only for export and import shipments. * * * * * (b) * * * (2) Type B(U) or Type B(M) packaging that also meets the applicable requirements for fissile material packaging in Section VI of the International Atomic Energy Agency ‘‘Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR–6,’’ and for which the foreign Competent Authority certificate has been revalidated by the U.S. Competent Authority in accordance with § 173.473. These packagings are authorized only for import and export shipments; or * * * * * § 173.466 Additional tests for Type A packagings designed for liquids and gases. (a) In addition to the tests prescribed in § 173.465, Type A packagings designed for liquids and gases must be capable of withstanding the following tests in this section. The tests are successful if the requirements of § 173.412(k) are met. (1) Free drop test. The packaging specimen must drop onto the target so as to suffer the maximum damage to its containment. The height of the drop measured from the lowest part of the packaging specimen to the upper surface of the target must be 9 m (30 feet) or greater. The target must be as specified in § 173.465(c)(5). (2) Penetration test. The specimen must be subjected to the test specified PO 00000 Frm 00089 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 1163 in § 173.465(e) except that the height of the drop must be 1.7 m (5.5 feet). * * * * * ■ 59. In § 173.473, the introductory paragraph and paragraph (a)(1) are revised to read as follows: * * * * * § 173.473 Requirements for foreign-made packages. In addition to other applicable requirements of this subchapter, each offeror of a foreign-made Type B(U), Type B(M), Type C, Type CF, Type H(U), Type H(M), or fissile material package for which a Competent Authority Certificate is required by IAEA’s ‘‘Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR– 6, ’’ (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) shall also comply with the following requirements: (a) * * * (1) Have the foreign competent authority certificate revalidated by the U.S. Competent Authority, unless this has been done previously. Each request for revalidation must be in triplicate, contain all the information required by Section VIII of the IAEA regulations in ‘‘IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR– 6’’ (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter), and include a copy in English of the foreign competent authority certificate. The request and accompanying documentation must be sent to the Associate Administrator for Hazardous Materials Safety (PHH–23), Department of Transportation, East Building, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590–0001. Alternatively, the request with any attached supporting documentation submitted in an appropriate format may be sent by facsimile (fax) to (202) 366–3753 or (202) 366–3650, or by electronic mail to ‘‘ramcert@dot.gov.’’ Each request is considered in the order in which it is received. To allow sufficient time for consideration, requests must be received at least 90 days before the requested effective date; * * * * * PART 175—CARRIAGE BY AIRCRAFT 60. The authority citation for part 175 continues to read as follows: ■ Authority: 49 U.S.C. 5101–5128, 44701; 49 CFR 1.81 and 1.97. 61. In § 175.9, paragraphs (b)(6) introductory text and (b)(6)(v) are revised to read as follows: ■ § 175.9 * Special aircraft operations. * * (b) * * * E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 * * 1164 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations (6) Hazardous materials that are loaded and carried on or in cargo only aircraft, and that are to be dispensed or expended during flight for weather control, environmental restoration or protection, forest preservation and protection, firefighting and prevention, flood control, avalanche control, landslide clearance, or ice jam control purposes, when the following requirements are met: * * * * * (v) When Division 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 materials (except detonators and detonator assemblies) and detonators or detonator assemblies are carried for avalanche control, landslide clearance, or ice jam control flights, the explosives must be handled by, and at all times be under the control of, a qualified blaster. When required by a State or local authority, the blaster must be licensed and the State or local authority must be identified in writing to the FAA Principal Operations Inspector assigned to the operator. * * * * * 62. In § 175.10: a. Paragraphs (a)(11) and (24) are revised; b. Paragraphs (a)(18)(iii) and (iv) are added. The revisions and additions read as follows: ■ mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 § 175.10 Exceptions for passengers, crewmembers, and air operators. (a) * * * (11) A single self-inflating personal safety device such as a life jacket or vest fitted with no more than two small gas cartridges (containing no hazardous material other than a Div. 2.2 gas) for inflation purposes plus no more than two spare cartridges. The personal safety device and spare cartridges may be carried in carry-on or checked baggage, with the approval of the aircraft operator, and must be packed in such a manner that it cannot be accidently activated. * * * * * (18) * * * (iii) For a non-spillable battery, the battery and equipment must conform to § 173.159a(d). Each battery must not exceed a voltage greater than 12 volts and a watt-hour rating of not more than 100 Wh. No more than two individually protected spare batteries may be carried. Such equipment and spare batteries must be carried in checked or carry-on baggage. (iv) Articles containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries the primary purpose of which is to provide power to another device must be carried VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 as spare batteries in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph. * * * * * (24) Small cartridges fitted into devices with no more than four small cartridges of carbon dioxide or other suitable gas in Division 2.2, without subsidiary risk with the approval of the operator. The water capacity of each cartridge must not exceed 50 mL (equivalent to a 28 g cartridge). * * * * * 63. In § 175.25, paragraphs (b) and (c) are revised to read as follows: § 175.33 Shipping paper and notification of pilot-in-command. (a) * * * (1) * * * (i) Section 172.101 of this subchapter. Except for the requirement to indicate the type of package or technical name, any additional description requirements provided in §§ 172.202, and 172.203 of this subchapter must also be shown on the notification. * * * * * § 175.630 [Amended] ■ § 175.25 Notification at air passenger facilities of hazardous materials restrictions. (a) * * * (b) Ticket purchase. An aircraft operator must ensure that information on the types of hazardous materials which a passenger is forbidden to transport aboard an aircraft is presented at the point of ticket purchase or, if this is not practical, made available in another manner to passengers prior to the check-in process. Information provided via the Internet may be in text or pictorial form but must be such that ticket purchase cannot be completed until the passenger, or a person acting on their behalf, has been presented with this information and indicated that they have understood the restrictions on hazardous materials in baggage. (c) Check-in. When the flight check-in process is conducted remotely (e.g., via the Internet) or when completed at the airport, without assistance from another person (e.g., automated check-in kiosk), the aircraft operator must ensure that information on the types of hazardous materials a passenger is forbidden to transport aboard an aircraft is presented to passengers. Information may be in text or in pictorial form but must be such that the check-in process cannot be completed until the passenger, or a person acting on their behalf, has been presented with this information and indicated that they have understood the restrictions on hazardous materials in baggage. * * * * * § 175.30 [Amended] 64. In § 175.30, remove paragraphs (a)(5) and (e)(1), and redesignate (e)(2) and (3) as (e)(1) and (2). ■ § 175.33 [Amended] 65. In § 175.33, revise paragraphs (a)(1)(i) and remove paragraphs (a)(12) and (c)(5). The revision reads as follows: ■ PO 00000 Frm 00090 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 66. In § 175.630, paragraph (a) is removed and reserved. * * * * * ■ 67. In § 175.705, paragraph (c) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 175.705 Radioactive contamination. * * * * * (c) An aircraft in which Class 7 (radioactive) material has been released must be taken out of service and may not be returned to service or routinely occupied until the aircraft is checked for radioactive substances and it is determined that any radioactive substances present do not meet the definition of radioactive material, as defined in § 173.403 of this subchapter, and it is determined in accordance with § 173.443 of this subchapter that the dose rate at every accessible surface must not exceed 0.005 mSv per hour (0.5 mrem per hour) and there is no significant removable surface contamination. * * * * * PART 176—CARRIAGE BY VESSEL 68. The authority citation for part 176 continues to read as follows: ■ Authority: 49 U.S.C. 5101–5128; 49 CFR 1.81 and 1.97. 69. In § 176.80, paragraph (b) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 176.80 Applicability. * * * * * (b) Hazardous materials in limited quantities when loaded in transport vehicles and freight containers, are excepted from the segregation requirements of this subpart and any additional segregation specified in this subchapter for transportation by vessel; except that articles of division 1.4, compatibility group S, shall not be stowed in the same compartment or hold, or cargo transport unit with hazardous materials of Class 1 of compatibility groups A and L. 70. In § 176.83, Table 176.83(b) is revised to read as follows: ■ E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1165 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations § 176.83 * Segregation. * * * * TABLE 176.83(b)—GENERAL SEGREGATION REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS [Segregation must also take account of a single secondary hazard label, as required by paragraph (a)(6) of this section.] Class 1.1, 1.2, 1.5 1.3 1.4, 1.6 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 6.1 6.2 7 8 9 Explosives, 1.1, 1.2, 1.5 .............................................. Explosives, 1.3 ............................................................ Explosives, 1.4, 1.6 ..................................................... Flammable gases 2.1 .................................................. Non-toxic, non-flammable gases 2.2 .......................... Poisonous gases 2.3 ................................................... Flammable liquids 3 .................................................... Flammable solids 4.1 .................................................. Spontaneously combustible substances 4.2 ............... Substances which are dangerous when wet 4.3 ........ Oxidizing substances 5.1 ............................................ Organic peroxides 5.2 ................................................. Poisons 6.1 ................................................................. Infectious substances 6.2 ........................................... Radioactive materials 7 ............................................... Corrosives 8 ................................................................ Miscellaneous dangerous substances 9 ..................... (*) (*) (*) 4 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 2 4 X (*) (*) (*) 4 2 2 4 3 3 4 4 4 2 4 2 2 X (*) (*) (*) 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 X 4 2 2 X 4 4 2 X X X 2 1 2 2 2 2 X 4 2 1 X 2 2 1 X X X 1 X 1 X X 1 X 2 1 X X 2 2 1 X X X 2 X 2 X X 2 X 2 1 X X 4 4 2 2 1 2 X X 2 2 2 2 X 3 2 X X 4 3 2 1 X X X X 1 X 1 2 X 3 2 1 X 4 3 2 2 1 2 2 1 X 1 2 2 1 3 2 1 X 4 4 2 2 X X 2 X 1 X 2 2 X 2 2 1 X 4 4 2 2 X X 2 1 2 2 X 2 1 3 1 2 X 4 4 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 X 1 3 2 2 X 2 2 X X X X X X 1 X 1 1 X 1 X X X 4 4 4 4 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 X 3 3 X 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 X 3 X 2 X 4 2 2 1 X X X 1 1 1 2 2 X 3 2 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Numbers and symbols relate to the following terms as defined in this section: 1—‘‘Away from.’’ 2—‘‘Separated from.’’ 3—‘‘Separated by a complete compartment or hold from.’’ 4—‘‘Separated longitudinally by an intervening complete compartment or hold from.’’ X—The segregation, if any, is shown in the § 172.101 table. *—See § 176.144 of this part for segregation within Class 1. * ■ ■ * * * * 71. In § 176.84: a. Revise the section heading; b. Footnote 3 is added and assigned to stowage code 12 and 13; and ■ c. Provisions 147 and 148 are added: ■ Code Provisions * 12 ............... 13 ............... * * * 3 These * * Keep as cool as reasonably practicable.3 Keep as dry as reasonably practicable.3 * 147 ............. 148 ............. * * * * * * * * * Stow ‘‘separated from’’ flammable gases and flammable liquids. In addition: from flammable gases and flammable liquids when stowed on deck of a containership a minimum distance of two container spaces athwartship shall be maintained, when stowed on ro-ro ships a distance of 6 m athwartship shall be maintained. * * * * * * * * * * * * requirements apply to the loading of hazardous materials in cargo transport units as well as the stowage of cargo transport units. 72. In § 176.905, paragraph (i) is revised as follows: ■ § 176.905 Stowage of motor vehicles or mechanical equipment. * mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 § 176.84 Other requirements for stowage, cargo handling, and segregation for cargo vessels and passenger vessels. * * * * (i) * * * (1) The vehicle or mechanical equipment has an internal combustion engine using liquid fuel that has a flashpoint less than 38 °C (100 °F), the fuel tank is empty, installed batteries are protected from short circuit, and the engine is run until it stalls for lack of fuel; (2) The vehicle or mechanical equipment has an internal combustion VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 engine using liquid fuel that has a flashpoint of 38 °C (100 °F) or higher, the fuel tank contains 450 L (119 gallons) of fuel or less, installed batteries are protected from short circuit, and there are no fuel leaks in any portion of the fuel system; (3) The vehicle or mechanical equipment is stowed in a hold or compartment designated by the administration of the country in which the vessel is registered as specially designed and approved for vehicles and mechanical equipment and there are no signs of leakage from the battery, engine, fuel cell, compressed gas cylinder or accumulator, or fuel tank, as PO 00000 Frm 00091 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 appropriate. For vehicles with batteries connected and fuel tanks containing gasoline transported by U.S. vessels, see 46 CFR 70.10–1 and 90.10–38; (4) The vehicle or mechanical equipment is electrically powered solely by wet electric storage batteries (including non-spillable batteries) or sodium batteries and the installed batteries are protected from short circuit; (5) The vehicle or mechanical equipment is equipped with liquefied petroleum gas or other compressed gas fuel tanks, the tanks are completely emptied of liquefied or compressed gas and the positive pressure in the tank E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 1166 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations does not exceed 2 bar (29 psig), the fuel shut-off or isolation valve is closed and secured, and installed batteries are protected from short circuit; or (6) The vehicle or mechanical equipment is powered by a fuel cell engine, the engine is protected from inadvertent operation by closing fuel supply lines or by other means, and the fuel supply reservoir has been drained and sealed. * * * * * PART 178—SPECIFICATIONS FOR PACKAGINGS 73. The authority citation for part 178 continues to read as follows: ■ Authority: 49 U.S.C. 5101–5128; 49 CFR 1.81 and 1.97. 74. In § 178.71, revise paragraphs (a), (d)(2), (g)(1), (2),and (3), (k)(1)(i), and (k)(1)(ii), redesignate paragraphs (n) through (s) as paragraphs (o) through (t) revise the newly redesignated paragraphs (o), (r), and (t); and add new paragraphs (n), (u) and (v) to read as follows: ■ § 178.71 Specifications for UN pressure receptacles. mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * * * * * (a) General. Each UN pressure receptacle must meet the requirements of this section. UN pressure receptacles and service equipment constructed according to the standards applicable at the date of manufacture may continue in use subject to the continuing qualification and maintenance provisions of part 180 of this subchapter. Requirements for approval, qualification, maintenance, and testing are contained in § 178.70, and subpart C of part 180 of this subchapter. * * * * * (d) * * * (2) Service equipment must be configured or designed to prevent damage that could result in the release of the pressure receptacle contents during normal conditions of handling and transport. Manifold piping leading to shut-off valves must be sufficiently flexible to protect the valves and the piping from shearing or releasing the pressure receptacle contents. The filling and discharge valves and any protective caps must be secured against unintended opening. The valves must conform to ISO 10297:2006 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter), or ISO 13340 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) for VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 non-refillable pressure receptacles, and be protected as specified in § 173.301b(f) of this subchapter. Until December 31, 2008, the manufacture of a valve conforming to the requirements in ISO 10297:1999 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. * * * * * (g) * * * (1) ISO 9809–1:2010 Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 1: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1100 MPa. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–1:1999 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. (2) ISO 9809–2: Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 2: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength greater than or equal to 1100 MPa. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–2:2000 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. (3) ISO 9809–3: Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 3: Normalized steel cylinders. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–3:2000 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. * * * * * (k) * * * (1) * * * (i) ISO 9809–1:2010 Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 1: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1100 MPa. Until December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–1:1999 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. (ii) ISO 9809–3: Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 3: Normalized steel cylinders. Until December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–3:2000 (IBR, PO 00000 Frm 00092 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized. * * * * * (n) Design and construction requirements for UN cylinders for the transportation of adsorbed gases. In addition to the general requirements of this section, UN cylinders for the transportation of adsorbed gases must conform to the following ISO standards, as applicable: ISO 11513:2011, Gas cylinders—Refillable welded steel cylinders containing materials for subatmospheric gas packaging (excluding acetylene)—Design, construction, testing, use and periodic inspection, or ISO 9809–1:2010: Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 1: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1100 MPa. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter.) * * * * * (o) Material compatibility. In addition to the material requirements specified in the UN pressure receptacle design and construction ISO standards, and any restrictions specified in part 173 for the gases to be transported, the requirements of the following standards must be applied with respect to material compatibility: (1) ISO 11114–1:2012: Gas cylinders— Compatibility of cylinder and valve materials with gas contents—Part 1: Metallic materials. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). (2) ISO 11114–2: Transportable gas cylinders—Compatibility of cylinder and valve materials with gas contents— Part 2: Non-metallic materials. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). * * * * * (r) Marking sequence. The marking required by paragraph (q) of this section must be placed in three groups as shown in the example below: (1) The top grouping contains manufacturing marks and must appear consecutively in the sequence given in paragraphs (q)(13) through (19) of this section. (2) The middle grouping contains operational marks described in paragraphs (q)(6) through (11) of this section. (3) The bottom grouping contains certification marks and must appear consecutively in the sequence given in paragraphs (q)(1) through (5) of this section. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 * * * * (t) Marking of UN non-refillable pressure receptacles. Unless otherwise specified in this paragraph, each UN non-refillable pressure receptacle must be clearly and legibly marked as prescribed in paragraph (q) of this section. In addition, permanent stenciling is authorized. Except when stenciled, the marks must be on the shoulder, top end or neck of the pressure receptacle or on a permanently affixed component of the pressure receptacle (e.g., a welded collar). (1) The marking requirements and sequence listed in paragraphs (q)(1) through (19) of this section are required, except the markings in paragraphs (q)(8), (9), (12) and (18) are not applicable. The required serial number marking in paragraph (q)(14) may be replaced by the batch number. (2) Each receptacle must be marked with the words ‘‘DO NOT REFILL’’ in letters of at least 5 mm in height. (3) A non-refillable pressure receptacle, because of its size, may substitute the marking required by this paragraph with a label. Reduction in marking size is authorized only as prescribed in ISO 7225, Gas cylinders— Precautionary labels. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). (4) Each non-refillable pressure receptacle must also be legibly marked by stenciling the following statement: ‘‘Federal law forbids transportation if refilled-penalty up to $500,000 fine and 5 years in imprisonment (49 U.S.C. 5124).’’ (u) Marking of bundles of cylinders. (1) Individual cylinders in a bundle of cylinders must be marked in accordance with paragraphs (q), (r), (s) and (t) of this section as appropriate. (2) Refillable UN bundles of cylinders must be marked clearly and legibly with certification, operational, and manufacturing marks. These marks must VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 be permanently affixed (e.g., stamped, engraved, or etched) on a plate permanently attached to the frame of the bundle of cylinders. Except for the ‘‘UN’’ mark, the minimum size of the marks must be 5 mm. The minimum size of the ‘‘UN’’ mark must be 10 mm. A refillable UN bundle of cylinders must be marked with the following: (i) The UN packaging symbol; (ii) The ISO standard, for example ISO 9809–1, used for design, construction and testing. Acetylene cylinders must be marked to indicate the porous mass and the steel shell, for example: ‘‘ISO 3807– 2/ISO 9809–1’’; (iii) The mark of the country where the approval is granted. The letters ‘‘USA’’ must be marked on UN pressure receptacles approved by the United States. The manufacturer must obtain an approval number from the Associate Administrator. The manufacturer approval number must follow the country of approval mark, separated by a slash (for example, USA/MXXXX). Pressure receptacles approved by more than one national authority may contain the mark of each country of approval, separated by a comma; (iv) The identity mark or stamp of the IIA; (v) The date of the initial inspection, the year in four digits followed by the two digit month separated by a slash, for example ‘‘2006/04’’; (vi) The test pressure in bar, preceded by the letters ‘‘PH’’ and followed by the letters ‘‘BAR’’; (vii) For pressure receptacles intended for the transport of compressed gases PO 00000 Frm 00093 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4700 and UN 1001 acetylene, dissolved, the working pressure in bar, proceeded by the letters ‘‘PW’’; (viii) For liquefied gases, the water capacity in liters expressed to three significant digits rounded down to the last digit, followed by the letter ‘‘L’’. If the value of the minimum or nominal water capacity is an integer, the digits after the decimal point may be omitted; (ix) The total mass of the frame of the bundle and all permanently attached parts (cylinders, manifolds, fittings and valves). Bundles intended for the carriage of UN 1001 acetylene, dissolved must bear the tare mass as specified in clause N.4.2 of ISO 10961:2010; (x) The country of manufacture. The letters ‘‘USA’’ must be marked on cylinders manufactured in the United States; (xi) The serial number assigned by the manufacturer; and (xii) For steel pressure receptacles, the letter ‘‘H’’ showing compatibility of the steel, as specified in 1SO 11114–1. (v) Marking sequence. The marking required by paragraph (u) of this section must be placed in three groups as follows: (1) The top grouping contains manufacturing marks and must appear consecutively in the sequence given in paragraphs (u)(2)(x) through (u)(2)(xii) of this section as applicable. (2) The middle grouping contains operational marks described in paragraphs (u)(2)(vi) through (u)(2)(ix) of this section as applicable. When the operational mark specified in paragraph (u)(2)(vii) is required, it must immediately precede the operational mark specified in paragraph (u)(2)(vi). (3) The bottom grouping contains certification marks and must appear consecutively in the sequence given in paragraphs (u)(2)(i) through (u)(2)(v) of this section as applicable. E:\FR\FM\08JAR2.SGM 08JAR2 ER08JA15.002</GPH> mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * 1167 ER08JA15.001</GPH> Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations 1168 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 5 / Thursday, January 8, 2015 / Rules and Regulations § 178.75 Specifications for MEGCs. * * * * (d) * * * (3) * * * (i) ISO 9809–1: Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 1: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1100 MPa. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–1:1999 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized; (ii) ISO 9809–2: Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 2: Quenched and tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength greater than or equal to 1100 MPa. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–2:2000 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized; (iii) ISO 9809–3: Gas cylinders— Refillable seamless steel gas cylinders— Design, construction and testing—Part 3: Normalized steel cylinders. (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter). Until mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with RULES2 * (b) All Large Packagings manufactured, repaired or remanufactured after January 1, 2015 must be marked with the symbol applicable to a Large Packaging designed for stacking or not designed for stacking, as appropriate. The symbol must be a square with each side being not less than 100 mm (3.9 inches) by 100 mm (3.9 inches) as measured from the corner printer marks shown on the following figures. Where dimensions are not specified, all features must be in approximate proportion to those shown. * * * * * (1) Transitional exception—A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be applied to all Large Packagings manufactured, repaired or remanufactured between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2016. VerDate Sep<11>2014 19:02 Jan 07, 2015 Jkt 235001 December 31, 2018, the manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements in ISO 9809–3:2000 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter) is authorized; or * * * * * 76. In § 178.703, paragraph (b)(7)(iii) is revised to read as follows: ■ § 178.703 Marking of IBCs. * * * * (b) * * * (7) * * * (iii) The symbol must be a square with each side being not less than 100 mm (3.9 inches) by 100 mm (3.9 inches) as measured from the corner printer marks shown on the figures in paragraph (b)(7)(i) of this section. Where dimensions are not specified, all features must be in approximate proportion to those shown. (A) Transitional exception. A marking in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue to be applied to all IBCs manufactured, repaired or remanufactured between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2016. (B) For domestic transportation, an IBC marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December (2) For domestic transportation, a Large Packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful life. * * * * * PART 180—CONTINUING QUALIFICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PACKAGINGS 78. The authority citation for part 180 continues to read as follows: ■ Authority: 49 U.S.C. 5101–5128; 49 CFR 1.81 and 1.97. 79. 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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

49 CFR Parts 171, 172, 173, 175, 176, 178 and 180

[Docket Nos. PHMSA-2013-0260 (HM-215M)]
RIN 2137-AF05


Hazardous Materials: Harmonization With International Standards 
(RRR)

AGENCY: Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), 
DOT.

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SUMMARY: PHMSA is amending the Hazardous Materials Regulations to 
maintain alignment with international standards by incorporating 
various amendments, including changes to proper shipping names, hazard 
classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, 
air transport quantity limitations, and vessel stowage requirements. 
These revisions are necessary to harmonize the Hazardous Materials 
Regulations with recent changes made to the International Maritime 
Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code, the International Civil Aviation 
Organization's Technical Instructions (ICAO TI) for the Safe Transport 
of Dangerous Goods by Air, the United Nations Recommendations on the 
Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN Model Regulations) and subsequently 
address three petitions for rulemaking.

DATES: Effective Date: January 1, 2015.
    Voluntary compliance date: PHMSA is authorizing voluntary 
compliance beginning January 1, 2015.
    Delayed compliance date: Unless otherwise specified, compliance 
with the amendments adopted in this final rule is required beginning 
January 1, 2016.
    Incorporation by reference date: The incorporation by reference of 
certain publications listed in this rule is approved by the Director of 
the Federal Register as of January 1, 2015.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Steven Webb, Office of Hazardous 
Materials Standards or Vincent Babich, International Standards, 
telephone (202) 366-8553, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety 
Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, 1200 New Jersey 
Avenue SE., 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20590-0001.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

I. Executive Summary
II. Background
III. Incorporation by Reference Discussion Under 1 CFR Part 51
IV. Comment Discussion
V. Section-by-Section Review
VI. Regulatory Analyses and Notices
    A. Statutory/Legal Authority for the Rulemaking
    B. Executive Orders 12866 and 13563 and DOT Regulatory Policies 
and Procedures
    C. Executive Order 13132
    D. Executive Order 13175
    E. Regulatory Flexibility Act, Executive Order 13272, and DOT 
Policies and Procedures
    F. Paperwork Reduction Act
    G. Regulatory Identifier Number (RIN)
    H. Unfunded Mandates Reform Act
    I. Environment Assessment
    J. Privacy Act
    K. Executive Order 13609 and International Trade Analysis

I. Executive Summary

    In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the Hazardous Materials 
Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR parts 171-180) to incorporate changes adopted 
in the IMDG Code, the ICAO Technical Instructions, and the UN Model 
Regulations, effective January 1, 2015. These changes ensure the 
domestic hazard classification, hazard communication and packaging 
requirements are consistent with those employed throughout the world.
    Federal law and policy strongly favor the harmonization of domestic 
and international standards for hazardous materials transportation. The 
Federal hazardous materials transportation law (Federal hazmat law; 49 
U.S.C. 5101 et seq.) directs PHMSA to participate in relevant 
international standard-setting bodies and encourages alignment of the 
HMR with international transport standards to the extent practicable 
while recognizing that deviations may at times be necessary to be 
consistent with the public interest (see 49 U.S.C. 5120). Harmonization 
facilitates international trade by minimizing the costs and other 
burdens of complying with multiple or inconsistent safety requirements 
for transportation of hazardous materials. Harmonization has also 
become increasingly important as the volume of hazardous materials 
transported in international commerce grows. Safety is often enhanced 
by creating a uniform framework for compliance. PHMSA actively 
participates in relevant international standard-setting bodies and 
promotes the adoption of standards consistent with the high safety 
standards set by the HMR.
    The foreign trade of chemicals is a large segment of the United 
States economy. In 2000, U.S. foreign trade in chemicals totaled $154 
billion and generated a $6 billion positive trade balance. The 
consistency of regulations reduces regulatory compliance costs and 
helps to avoid costly frustrations of international shipments. PHMSA's 
continued leadership in maintaining consistency with international 
regulations enhances the hazardous materials safety program and assists 
in maintaining a favorable trade balance.

II. Background

    PHMSA published a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) under Docket 
HM-215M (79 FR 50741, August 25, 2014) to incorporate various 
amendments to harmonize the HMR with recent changes to the UN Model 
Regulations, the IMDG Code, and the ICAO Technical Instructions. When 
considering alignment of the HMR with international standards, we 
review and evaluate each amendment on its own merit, on the basis of 
its overall impact on transportation safety, and on the basis of the 
economic implications associated with its adoption into the HMR. Our 
goal is to harmonize without diminishing the level of safety currently 
provided by the HMR or imposing undue burdens on the regulated 
community.
    Based on this review and evaluation, in this final rule, PHMSA is 
amending the HMR to incorporate changes from the 18th Revised Edition 
of the UN Model Regulations, Amendment 37-14 to the IMDG Code, and the 
2015-2016 ICAO Technical Instructions, which become effective January 
1, 2015 (The IMDG Code is effective January 1, 2015; however, Amendment 
36-12 may continue to be used until January 1, 2016). Notable 
amendments to the HMR in this final rule include the following:
     Updating references to international regulations including 
the ICAO Technical Instructions, the IMDG Code, the UN Model 
Regulations, the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria the Canadian 
Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations and various technical 
standards.
     Adding, revising, or removing certain proper shipping 
names, hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging 
authorizations, bulk packaging requirements, and passenger and cargo 
aircraft maximum quantity limits from the Hazardous Materials Table 
(HMT).
     Adopting an exception from the HMR for marine pollutants 
up to 5 L (1.3 gal) for liquids or 5 kg (11 lbs.) for solids when these 
materials are packaged in accordance with the general packaging 
requirements of Sec. Sec.  173.24 and 173.24a. These exceptions are 
consistent with the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code, and the ICAO 
TI.

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     Modifying the list of marine pollutants in Appendix B to 
Sec.  172.101.
     Adding minimum sizes for the OVERPACK and SALVAGE 
markings.
     Revising and adding vessel stowage codes listed in column 
10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in Sec.  176.83 consistent 
with the IMDG Code.
     Adsorbed gases: Adopting new entries into the HMR; adding 
a definition; authorizing packagings; and adding safety requirements 
including quantity limitations and filling limits.
     Harmonizing with the latest version of the ICAO TI to 
ensure that the information currently authorized by the HMR to be 
provided by means of an alternative document be included on a shipping 
paper for batteries transported under the provisions of Sec.  
173.185(c)(4)(v) equivalent to Section IB of ICAO TI Packing 
Instructions 965 and 968. PHMSA is also harmonizing with the latest 
version of the ICAO TI by requiring a ``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' label on 
packages containing small lithium metal batteries not packed in or with 
equipment.
     Amending the HMR definition of non-bulk packaging by 
adding a new paragraph (4) to include bags and boxes conforming to the 
applicable requirements for specification packagings in subpart L of 
part 178 of this subchapter, if they have a maximum net mass of 400 kg 
(882 pounds) or less.

III. Incorporation by Reference Discussion Under 1 CFR Part 51

    The United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous 
Goods--Model Regulations, Manual of Tests and Criteria, all of the 
Transport Canada Clear Language Amendments, and the IAEA Regulations 
are all free and easily accessible for the public to access on the 
internet, with access provided via Web sites provided by the parent 
organization. The International Civil Aviation Organization Technical 
Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, 
International Maritime Organization International Maritime Dangerous 
Goods Code, and all of the International Organization for 
Standardization references are available for interested parties to 
purchase in either print or electronic versions through the parent 
organization Web sites. The price charged for these standards not 
freely available to interested parties helps to cover the cost of 
developing, maintaining, hosting, and accessing these standards. The 
specific standards are discussed in greater detail in the following 
analysis.

IV. Comment Discussion

    In response to PHMSA's August 25, 2014 NPRM (79 FR 50741), PHMSA 
received comments from the following organizations and individuals:
     Aaron Adamczyk
     Alaska Airlines
     American Chemistry Council (ACC)
     American Society of Travel Agents
     Anonymous
     Autoliv
     Carla Clark
     The Council on Safe Transportation of Hazardous Articles, 
Inc. (COSTHA)
     The Dangerous Goods Advisory Council (DGAC)
     Dow Chemical
     Edward Altemos
     Entegris
     Gregory Sutherland
     The Institute of Makers of Explosives (IME)
     International Vessel Operators Dangerous Goods Association 
(IVODGA)
     James Lynch
     Jeffery Richmond
     Katherine Whelan
     Key Safety Systems
     Paul Rankin/RIPA
     Sally Mitchell
     Shondra Hector
     TK Holdings Inc. (Takata)
     TRW Automotive
     Veolia ES Technical Solutions, L.L.C. (Veolia)
     United Parcel Service (UPS)
    Below is a listing of major amendments to the international 
transportation regulations that we proposed for adoption into the HMR, 
a brief synopsis of the comments we received regarding those proposals, 
and PHMSA's position regarding the comments. Additional comments are 
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Incorporation by Reference

    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to incorporate by reference the latest 
editions of various international transport standards including the 
2015-2016 ICAO TI, Amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code, the 18th Revised 
Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the International Atomic Energy 
Agency Safety Standards for Protecting People and the Environment; 
Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, No. SSR-6, 
and the Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations. 
Finally, PHMSA proposed the incorporation by reference of new and 
updated standards published by the International Organization for 
Standardization (ISO). PHMSA received general support from the 
commenters on the principle of harmonizing the U.S. regulations with 
international transport and technical standards. We did not receive any 
comments that opposed our proposals to incorporate these standards and 
will adopt them in this final rule.

Exceptions for Marine Pollutants

    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to add a new exception from the HMR to 
Sec.  171.4 for marine pollutants up to 5 L (1.3 gallons) for liquids 
or 5 kg (11 lbs) for solids when these materials are packaged in 
accordance with the general packaging requirements of Sec. Sec.  173.24 
and 173.24a.
    PHMSA received comments from Gregory Sutherland, DGAC, IVODGA, and 
COSTHA concerning our proposed amendments to this section. General 
support for the harmonization effort was provided by COSTHA, IVODGA, 
and DGAC.
    Mr. Sutherland asks if the intent of the proposal was to eliminate 
limited quantity and excepted quantity shipments of marine pollutants, 
and further asks why anyone would offer a marine pollutant as a limited 
or excepted quantity with the new exception in place. PHMSA is not 
proposing to remove the ability to offer marine pollutants as limited 
or excepted quantities, but does agree with the commenter that the vast 
majority of shippers of limited or excepted quantity amounts of marine 
pollutants will choose to utilize the new exception instead of existing 
limited or excepted quantity provisions. Mr. Sutherland notes that as 
proposed there would be no restriction on the number of 5 L containers 
that are permitted in a combination package, so a package containing 
four 5 L bottles would contain 20 L of non-regulated marine pollutants, 
but a 10 L jerrican would be fully regulated. Mr. Sutherland is 
correct. There is no limit to the number of up to 5 L or 5 kg single or 
inner packagings that may be placed inside of a package under the 
conditions of the exception. Lastly, Mr. Sutherland notes that as 
proposed there would be no requirement to mark a freight container with 
the large marine pollutant marking even if that freight container 
contains nothing but packages of excepted marine pollutants. Mr. 
Sutherland is correct. If the shipments of marine pollutants are below 
the provided quantity thresholds per inner or single packaging and meet 
the applicable general packaging provisions no marking would be 
required on a cargo transport unit, regardless of the number of 
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    DGAC noted that they believe the language in the proposed paragraph 
(c)(l) could be clarified, as a partial reading could imply that single 
or inner packagings of 5 L or 5 kg of any material are excepted from 
the HMR. PHMSA agrees. The wording of the proposed exception is not 
clear enough to indicate that all shipments of marine pollutants 
meeting the quantity thresholds and general packaging provisions can 
utilize the exception assuming they are not also hazardous substances 
or hazardous wastes. The use of the exception for single or inner 
packagings of 5 L or 5 kg or less is not limited to materials offered 
under the UN identification numbers UN 3077 and UN 3082, but would also 
apply to marine pollutants that meet the definition of other hazard 
classes (i.e. paints or n.o.s. entries that meet the definition of more 
than one hazard class). PHMSA is amending the exception in 171.4 for 
clarification.
    IVODGA, while providing general support for harmonization on this 
issue, notes the reporting requirements under the International 
Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) and the 
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Vessel's General Permit (VGP) 
Plan requirements and has some concern regarding the vessel operator's 
ability to identify these marine pollutants. Vessel owners or operators 
may be caught in a situation where they are transporting materials 
which may be excepted from various transport requirements, but still 
require reporting under domestic and international mandates. IVODGA 
states that some consideration of these reporting requirements should 
be addressed since these substances in small packages still represent a 
hazard if spilled from or on a vessel during operational phases 
especially when transported in container load quantities.
    PHMSA asserts that excepting up to 5 L for liquids and 5 kg for 
solids provides significant benefit to the shipper and aligns with 
requirements of other modes of transportation and international 
regulations. EPA's VGP Plan regulates discharges incidental to normal 
operations. Reporting requirements under the VGP Plan are for 
reportable quantities of substances as listed in Appendix A in 49 CFR 
172.101, and does not cover marine pollutants. PHMSA data over the past 
10 years contains just one record of a marine pollutant released on a 
vessel.\2\ Furthermore, that one incident involved a 55 gallon drum 
which would not be impacted by the proposed amendment. National 
Response Center (NRC) incident reporting since 2009 shows 415 initial 
reports to the NRC involving containership during that period. 78 of 
those reports involved leaking containers on deck, with 5 of the leaks 
reaching the water. Thirteen of those reports involved the loss of 
containers or pallets over the side. None of the incidents over the 
time period involved marine pollutants that would be excepted as a 
result of this final rule.
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Modification of Marine Pollutant List in Appendix B to Sec.  172.101

    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed the addition of 62 new entries 
consistent with the IMDG Code and removing the entry ``Chlorotoluenes 
(meta-;para-)'' based on its removal from the IMDG Code.
    PHMSA received two comments from the ACC regarding our proposed 
addition of dodecene, to the list of marine pollutants. In its first 
comment, the ACC requests a 30 day extension of the comment period to 
better understand ``dodecene's place on other lists referenced in the 
proposed rule.'' ACC notes that it would use the time to coordinate 
with industry to better understand the information contained in the 
dodecene Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and 
Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) dossiers. PHMSA is denying the ACC's 
request for a 30 day extension of the comment period for this 
rulemaking as the revision to include dodecene in the Marine Pollutant 
List is consistent with our standard practice of aligning Appendix B 
with the indicative list of marine pollutants found in the IMDG Code. 
In its second comment, the ACC notes that the use of the name 
``dodecene'' in both the IMDG Code and PHMSA's proposed rule makes it 
unclear exactly what substance is being regulated. When manufactured, 
dodecene may represent a number of Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) 
numbers and different chemical properties. In other words, this single 
description of dodecene may not reflect what ACC panel members 
currently manufacture and ship. The ACC also notes that the REACH 
registration of a close analog of dodecene, 1-dodecene/dodec-1-ene, 
indicates that dodecene would not meet the criteria of a Marine 
Pollutant, as set forth in the PHMSA list, based on aquatic toxicity 
data. The REACH dossier indicates ``conclusive but not sufficient for 
classification'' on both acute and chronic environmental categories 
associated with this compound. The inclusion of all entries proposed 
for addition in the NPRM was thoroughly vetted by several sub-
committees of the International Maritime Organization prior to adoption 
into amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. The Group of Experts on the 
Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP) data 
assigns all dodecene isomers a B1 numerical rating of 4. This rating of 
4 indicates acute aquatic toxicity, and thus merits inclusion of 
dodecene (all isomers) to the list of marine pollutants in Appendix B 
to Sec.  172.101.

Adsorbed Gas HMT Entries

    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to revise the Hazardous Materials Table 
(HMT) in Sec.  172.101 to include seventeen new entries for adsorbed 
gases consistent with amendments adopted into the UN Model Regulations. 
We also proposed to add into the HMR a definition, authorized 
packagings, and safety requirements including quantity limitations and 
filling limits.
    PHMSA received three comments from COSTHA, DGAC, and Entegris 
noting that the entry for ``Arsine, adsorbed'' was not added to the HMT 
in the NPRM as intended. As a result, PHMSA is adding the entry 
``UN3522, Arsine, adsorbed'' to the HMT. Entegris also provided comment 
suggesting that Sec.  173.302c cannot be referenced in the HMT as a 
packaging instruction for bulk shipments of adsorbed gases, as there is 
no internationally accepted standard or authorization for bulk 
receptacles containing such gases. PHMSA agrees with the Entegris 
comment that bulk packagings for adsorbed gases are not presently 
authorized. As a result, PHMSA is revising Column (8C) of the HMT for 
the Adsorbed gas entries to indicate ``None.''
    In addition, Entegris and COSTHA requested that PHMSA incorporate 
provisions for the use of DOT specification cylinders to transport 
adsorbed gasses. PHMSA agrees with the commenters that appropriate 
provisions for the use of DOT cylinders should be considered. However 
this action was not proposed in the NPRM. Continued transportation of 
adsorbed gases is provided for under the provisions of Special Permit 
14237 and PHMSA will consider inclusion of DOT specification cylinder 
authorizations under a future rulemaking.

Lithium Battery Harmonization Proposals

    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed harmonization with the latest version 
of the ICAO TI to ensure that the information currently authorized by 
the HMR, to be provided by means of an alternative document, be 
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under the provisions of Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) which is equivalent to 
Section IB of ICAO TI Packing Instructions 965 and 968. PHMSA 
specifically requested input as to the costs and benefits of 
harmonizing the provisions of the HMR with the provisions of the ICAO 
TI by requiring shipping papers as opposed to alternative 
documentation. PHMSA received comments from UPS and Alaska Airlines 
concerning removal of the alternative document. UPS supported our 
proposed change to the documentation requirement for packages 
containing smaller lithium batteries transported in accordance with 
Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v). UPS also commented that the proposal to 
introduce a shipping paper requirement for shipments offered under 
Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) could be interpreted to conflict with the 
statement in the preceding paragraph Sec.  173.185(c) in that such 
shipments are excepted from the requirements in subparts C through H of 
part 172. UPS suggests that Sec.  173.185(c) should be clarified in 
this regard. We agree clarification is warranted. Alaska Airlines 
commented that it would like to see increased harmonization between the 
HMR and the ICAO TI with regard to the documentation required while 
stating there is no reason to deviate from the ICAO TI. We agree, and 
note that the amendments proposed do provide for such consistency.
    Taking into account the comments from Alaska Airlines, PHMSA 
confirmed that the proposed amendments align with the requirements of 
the ICAO TI with regard to documentation. However, based on the comment 
from UPS, in this final rule PHMSA is revising Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) 
as suggested by UPS for clarity. This editorial amendment will clarify 
that packages offered in accordance with Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) are 
subject to the shipping paper requirements of subpart C of Part 172.
    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed revision of Sec.  173.185(c)(1)(iii) to 
harmonize with the latest version of the ICAO TI by providing the 
option to use a ``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' label or the existing HMR 
marking requirement on packages containing small lithium metal 
batteries excluding those packed with or contained in equipment. PHMSA 
received comments from UPS and COSTHA in support of the proposal. UPS 
commented that the provision in this paragraph excepting lithium metal 
cells or batteries packed with or contained in equipment in quantities 
``less than 5 kg net weight'' from the Sec.  173.185(c)(1)(iii) marking 
requirement differs slightly in wording from the current ICAO TI and 
previous requirements of the HMR. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising 
Sec.  173.185(c)(1)(iii) as proposed in the NPRM with an additional 
editorial revision to clarify that lithium metal cells or batteries 
packed with or contained in equipment in quantities ``not exceeding'' 
as opposed to ``less than'' 5 kg net weight are not subject to the 
marking or ``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' label requirement. This provides 
editorial consistency with the provisions of the ICAO TI.
    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to amend the lithium battery 
requirements by authorizing use of a large packaging for a single large 
lithium battery or batteries contained in equipment. PHMSA received one 
comment from COSTHA in support of this proposal.

Definition of Non-Bulk Packaging

    To harmonize with the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model 
Regulations, in the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to amend the definition of 
non-bulk packaging in Sec.  171.8 to include a bag or box having a 
capacity of greater than 450 liters (119 gallons) provided the net mass 
of the bag or box is 400 kg (882 pounds) or less. PHMSA received 
comments from Key Safety Systems, RIPA, TK Holdings Inc., and TRW 
Automotive in support of this proposal. However, RIPA conditioned their 
support on the presumption that the references to ``bag'' and ``box'' 
in the definition do limit users to all the conditions stipulated in 
subpart L of part 178. For example, the standard for each of the 
different bags provided in subpart L of part 178 imposes a maximum net 
mass limitation of 50 kg (110 pounds). PHMSA agrees that the text 
proposed in the revised definition of non-bulk packaging requiring the 
bag or box to conform to all applicable requirements for the 
specification packagings in subpart L of part 178 should be clarified 
and has revised the definition to include that the packaging may not 
exceed the maximum net mass limitation provided in subpart L of part 
178.

Vessel Stowage and Segregation Changes

    In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed to revise and add vessel stowage codes 
listed in column 10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in Sec.  
176.83 consistent with the IMDG Code. These changes harmonize the HMR 
with the IMDG Code and provide additional guidance on the loading and 
stowage of various materials. Additionally, we proposed to increase the 
required segregation distances between Division 4.3 dangerous when wet 
material (i.e. materials liable to give off a flammable or toxic gas in 
contact with water) and Class 3 flammable liquids and Division 2.1 
flammable gases. PHMSA received a comment from IVODGA providing general 
support for this harmonization effort.

V. Section-by-Section Review

    The following is a section-by-section review of the amendments 
adopted in this final rule:

Part 171

Section 171.4
    Section 171.4 prohibits the transportation of materials meeting the 
definition of a marine pollutant except in accordance with HMR 
requirements. Paragraph (c) provides that marine pollutants transported 
in non-bulk packagings are excepted from the HMR unless the 
transportation is by vessel. PHMSA is adding a new exception from the 
HMR for marine pollutants up to 5 L (1.3 gallons) for liquids or 5 kg 
(11 pounds) for solids when these materials are packaged in accordance 
with the general packaging requirements of Sec. Sec.  173.24 and 
173.24a. This amendment, applicable to all modes, exempts small 
packages of hazardous material from the HMR that are regulated only 
because of the presence of one or more marine pollutants.
    Comments received on this issue are discussed in detail in the 
Section IV ``Comment Discussion'' portion of this final rule. As a 
result of comments from DGAC, PHMSA is amending the exception in 171.4 
to indicate that the use of the exception for single or inner 
packagings of 5 L or 5 kg or less is not limited to materials offered 
under the UN identification numbers UN 3077 and UN 3082, but also 
applies to marine pollutants that meet the definition of other hazard 
classes (i.e. paints or N.O.S. entries that meet the definition of more 
than one hazard class).
Section 171.7
    Section 171.7 provides a listing of all standards incorporated by 
reference into the HMR. For this rulemaking, we evaluated updated 
international consensus standards pertaining to proper shipping names, 
hazard classes, packing groups, special provisions, packaging 
authorizations, air transport quantity limitations, and vessel stowage 
requirements and determined that the revised standards provide an 
enhanced level of safety without imposing significant compliance 
burdens. These standards have a well-established and documented safety 
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standard currently achieved under the HMR. Therefore, we are adding and 
revising the incorporation by reference materials under the following 
organizations:
    Paragraph (s)(1) which incorporates the International Atomic Energy 
Agency (IAEA) Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive 
Material 1996 edition is revised to incorporate the SSR-6 2012 Edition. 
The SSR-6 2012 Edition is replacing TS-R-1 (ST-1, Revised) 1996 Edition 
to address concerns over domestic and international differences in the 
transport conditions applicable to shipments of excepted fissile 
materials, PHMSA is adding additional requirements to Sec.  171.23 to 
ensure domestic concerns are addressed. Please see the discussion in 
the Section-by-Section Review under Sec.  171.23 for a summary of 
changes.
    Paragraph (t)(1) which incorporates the International Civil 
Aviation Organization Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of 
Dangerous Goods by Air, 2013-2014 Edition is revised to incorporate the 
2015-2016 Edition.
    Paragraph (v)(2), which incorporates the International Maritime 
Organization International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code, 2012 Edition, 
Incorporating Amendment 36-12, English Edition, Volumes 1 and 2, is 
revised to incorporate the 2014 Edition, Amendment 37-14.
    In paragraph (w) various International Organization for 
Standardization (ISO) entries which contain standards for the 
specifications, design, construction, testing and use of gas cylinders 
are incorporated by reference. ISO 9809-1:2010 (E), ISO 9809-2:2010 
(E), ISO 9809-3:2010 (E), ISO 10297:1999 (E), ISO 11114-1:2012 (E), ISO 
11117:1998(E), and ISO 11513:2011(E) are added.
    In paragraph (bb)(1), the Transport Canada, Transportation of 
Dangerous Goods Regulations, including Clear Language Amendments 1 
through 7 sub-paragraphs (ix), (x), (xi), and (xii), are added to 
include Amendment 8 (SOR/2011-239) which was published on November 9, 
2011; Amendment 9 (SOR/2011-60) published March 16, 2011; Amendment 10 
(SOR/2011-210) published October 12, 2011; and Amendment 11 (SOR/2012-
245) published December 5, 2012 respectively. In the preamble of our 
January 7, 2013 final rule (HM215-L [78 FR 987]) we indicated we were 
adopting Amendments 8, 9 and 10 of the Transportation of Dangerous 
Goods Regulations, however this adoption inadvertently did not appear 
in the published regulatory text. To correct this oversight, we are 
again including the adoption of Amendments 8, 9 and 10, along with the 
adoption of the most recent, Amendment 11.
    Paragraph (dd)(1), the United Nations Recommendations on the 
Transport of Dangerous Goods-- Model Regulations, 17th Revised Edition 
(2011), Volumes I and II, is revised to incorporate the 18th Revised 
Edition (2013), Volumes I and II.
    Paragraph (dd)(2), the United Nations Recommendations on the 
Transport of Dangerous Goods--Manual of Tests and Criteria, Fifth 
Revised Edition (2009), including Amendment 1 (2011), is revised to 
reference Sec.  171.24, and sub-paragraph (iii) is added to incorporate 
Amendment 2 (2013).
Section 171.8
    This section defines terms generally used throughout the HMR that 
have broad or multi-modal applicability. PHMSA is adding the following 
defined terms:
    Adsorbed gas: The adoption of this term directs the reader to Sec.  
173.115 for the definition. See the Sec.  173.115 entry of the Section-
by-Section Review for a complete discussion of the adoption of the 
definition of adsorbed gas.
    Bundle of cylinders: Consistent with the ICAO TI, PHMSA is amending 
this definition to clarify that a ``bundle of cylinders'' is not 
permitted for air transport.
    Large salvage packaging: Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, 
PHMSA is defining a large salvage packaging. A large salvage packaging 
is a special packaging into which damaged, defective or leaking 
hazardous materials packages, or hazardous materials that have spilled 
or leaked are placed for the purpose of transport for recovery or 
disposal. The general requirements for a large salvage packaging are 
consistent with the existing requirements for a ``large packaging.'' 
Large salvage packagings are not authorized for air transport. PHMSA 
received a comment from RIPA providing general support for the addition 
of this definition.
    Neutron radiation detector: Consistent with the UN Model 
Regulations, PHMSA is defining a neutron radiation detector. A neutron 
radiation detector is a device that detects neutron radiation. In such 
a device, a gas may be contained in a hermetically sealed electron tube 
transducer that converts neutron radiation into a measurable electric 
signal.
    Non-bulk packaging: Part 6 of the UN Model regulations was revised 
to remove the volumetric limit for certain packaging types that would 
be considered non-bulk packagings under the HMR. This was based on 
recognition by the UN Transport of Dangerous Goods Sub-Committee that 
there are packagings suitable for the transportation of high volume, 
low mass materials (e.g., airbags) where the capacity of a box may 
exceed 450 liters (119 gallons) while the net mass of the box is less 
than 400 kg (882 pounds). Absent a corresponding amendment to the HMR, 
U.S. manufacturers and shippers would be placed at a competitive 
disadvantage by not being authorized to use the same packaging 
configurations other than as authorized for use by Part 171 Subpart C 
(use of international transport standards and regulations). Therefore, 
to maintain consistency with the UN Model Regulations, and to authorize 
the use of these packaging configurations for domestic transport, PHMSA 
is revising the HMR definition of non-bulk packaging by adding a new 
paragraph (4) to include bags and boxes conforming to the applicable 
requirements for specification packagings in subpart L of part 178 of 
this subchapter, if they have a maximum net mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) 
or less. Based on our review of the UN Model Regulations, these are the 
only packagings affected by the UN amendment, as only bags and boxes do 
not have specified volumetric limitations.
    PHMSA received comments from Key Safety Systems, RIPA, TK Holdings 
Inc., and TRW Automotive in support of this proposal. However, RIPA 
conditioned their support on the presumption that the references to 
``bag'' and ``box'' in the definition do limit users to all the 
conditions stipulated in subpart L of part 178. For example, the 
standard for each of the different bags provided in subpart L of part 
178 imposes a maximum net mass limitation of 50 kg (110 pounds). PHMSA 
believes that the text proposed in the revised definition of non-bulk 
packaging requiring the bag or box to conform to all applicable 
requirements for the specification packagings in subpart L or part 178 
is clear in requiring the bags and boxes to completely conform to the 
specification, including the questioned maximum net mass limitation of 
50 kg (110 pounds) for bags.
    Radiation Detection System: Consistent with the UN Model 
Regulations, PHMSA is defining a radiation detection system. A 
radiation detection system is an apparatus that contains radiation 
detectors as components.

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Section 171.23
    Section 171.23 prescribes requirements for specific materials and 
packagings transported under various international standards. Section 
171.22(b)(2) requires shipments made in accordance with an authorized 
international standard or regulation to conform to all applicable 
requirements of Subpart C of Part 171 which includes any requirements 
found in Sec.  171.23.
    Paragraph (b)(2) of this section requires the shipping paper 
description of items such as air bag inflators, air bag modules, and 
seat-belt pretensioners to conform to the requirements in Sec.  
173.166(c). Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is revising 
the proper shipping name of these items to read ``Safety device,'' with 
the addition of the term ``pyromechanical device'' being included as a 
``Safety device.'' Paragraph (b)(2) is being revised to reference the 
new proper shipping name, ``Safety device'' and the new term 
``pyromechanical device.'' As a consequence of the addition of the 
proper shipping name ``Safety devices, pyrotechnic,'' and special 
provision 161 being removed, paragraph (b)(2)(ii) is removed.
    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC concerning paragraph 
(b)(2)(i). Paragraph (b)(2)(i) states that an EX number or product code 
number must be included as part of the shipping description. DGAC notes 
that safety devices tested and certified as Class 9 in accordance with 
Sec.  173.166(b) do not require EX numbers and that the wording in this 
paragraph is confusing as it conveys that all safety devices require 
either an EX number or product code in association with the basic 
description on a shipping paper. We agree with DGAC that the EX number 
or product code shipping paper requirements when offering under 
international standards in accordance with Sec.  171.23(b) may be 
confusing when compared to the corresponding domestic requirements in 
Sec.  173.166(c) that only require the EX number or product code on a 
shipping paper for safety devices classed as Class 1, but excepts Class 
9 safety devices from this requirement. Taking into account the 
comments from DGAC, in this final rule, PHMSA is removing Sec.  
171.23(b)(2)(i) as the preceding paragraph (b)(2) requires that for 
each safety device, the shipping paper description must conform to the 
requirements in Sec.  173.166(c). By removing (b)(2)(i) and directing 
readers to the EX number and product code requirements prescribed in 
Sec.  173.166(c), any potential conflict between the two sections is 
removed.
    Paragraph (b)(11) of this section prescribes additional 
requirements for shipments of radioactive materials made under 
authorized international standards or regulations. PHMSA is 
incorporating by reference the 2012 IAEA SSR-6 regulations to replace 
the TS-R-1 (ST-1, Revised) 1996 Edition to allow shipments to be 
offered for transportation or transported under the most recent IAEA 
regulations. Several changes to the definition of excepted fissile 
materials and the requirements for its transport were adopted by the 
IAEA. Under their respective statutory authorities, DOT and the Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission (NRC) jointly regulate the transportation of 
radioactive materials to, from, and within the United States. The NRC 
has not initiated any rulemaking activities to address changes made by 
the IAEA regarding the transportation of excepted fissile materials. In 
order to maintain uniform treatment for shippers of excepted fissile 
materials, PHMSA is amending Sec.  171.23 to require that shipments of 
excepted fissile materials offered in accordance with the IAEA SSR-6 
regulations must also conform to the requirements of Sec.  173.453.
Section 171.24
    Section 171.24 details additional requirements for the use of the 
ICAO TI. PHMSA is amending the marking requirement for packages 
containing primary lithium batteries and cells that meet the exceptions 
in paragraph (d)(1)(ii). Packages meeting these exceptions currently 
are required to be marked with an indication that they contain lithium 
batteries, and that these lithium batteries are forbidden for transport 
aboard passenger aircraft. PHMSA is making this change to allow the 
message that these batteries are forbidden for transport aboard 
passenger aircraft to be expressed through the current marking or by 
using a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label as shown in Sec.  172.448.
Section 171.25
    Section 171.25 details additional requirements for the use of the 
IMDG Code. PHMSA is amending the marking requirement for packages 
containing primary lithium batteries and cells that meet the exceptions 
in Sec.  173.185(c) in paragraph (b)(3). Packages meeting these 
exceptions currently are required to be marked with an indication that 
they contain lithium batteries, and that these lithium batteries are 
forbidden for transport aboard passenger aircraft. PHMSA is proposing 
to allow the message that these batteries are forbidden for transport 
aboard passenger aircraft to be expressed through the current marking 
or by using a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label as shown in Sec.  172.448.

Part 172

Section 172.101
    Section 172.101 provides instructions for using the Hazardous 
Materials Table (HMT) and the HMT itself. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising the instructional text that precedes the HMT for paragraph (k) 
of this section.
    Paragraph (k) of Sec.  172.101 explains the purpose of column (10) 
of the HMT and prescribes the vessel stowage and segregation 
requirements for specific entries in the HMT. Column (10) is divided 
into two columns: column (10A) [Vessel stowage] specifies the 
authorized stowage locations on board cargo and passenger vessels and 
column (10B) [Other provisions] specifies special stowage and 
segregation provisions. PHMSA is amending this instructional text to 
note that the codes in column 10B address not only codes for stowage 
requirements, but also, in certain instances, handling requirements 
that need to be observed during loading of the hazardous materials. The 
IMO, in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code, has split their stowage and 
segregation column (16) in the dangerous goods list into two columns 
and assigned codes to the existing stowage, handling, and segregation 
text. The new first column (16a) in the IMDG Code is entitled stowage 
and handling, and the second column (16b) is titled segregation. PHMSA 
is maintaining the HMR's current column 10A and 10B system, with text 
in this section and Sec.  176.84 indicating that handling/loading of 
hazardous materials is also covered by certain codes in column 10B. See 
Section 176.84 other requirements for stowage, cargo handling, and 
segregation for cargo vessels and passenger vessels for a detailed 
discussion of changes.
Hazardous Materials Table (HMT)
    In this final rule, PHMSA is proposing to amend the HMT. Readers 
should review all changes for a complete understanding of the 
amendments. For purposes of the Government Printing Office's 
typesetting procedures, changes to the HMT appear under three sections 
of the Table, ``remove,'' ``add,'' and ``revise.'' Certain entries in 
the HMT, such as those with revisions to the proper shipping names, 
appear as a ``remove'' and ``add.'' Amendments to the HMT include the 
following:

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New HMT Entries
UN3507--Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, 
less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile or fissile-excepted

    This new HMT entry addresses small quantities of uranium 
hexafluoride having corrosive properties by assigning the material to 
Class 8 with a subsidiary risk of Class 7, since this is more 
consistent with the general rule of classification of radioactive 
material in limited quantities possessing other hazards per Sec.  
173.423. Shipments must comply with new special provision 369 and 
requirements found in Sec.  173.420(d).
    PHMSA received one comment from Veolia requesting that the proper 
shipping name be amended to read ``Radioactive material, uranium 
hexafluoride, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-
fissile or fissile excepted'' in order to maintain the listing of all 
radioactive material proper shipping names in a manner that they appear 
in succession in the HMT. PHMSA is maintaining the proper shipping name 
as proposed for the purpose of international harmonization of shipping 
descriptions. It is important to note that the primary hazard indicated 
in the HMT and all applicable international dangerous goods lists is a 
Class 8 hazard. As such, there is no need to amend the proper shipping 
name to maintain a sequential list of all entries having a Class 7 
primary hazard.
UN3508--Capacitor, asymmetric with an energy storage capacity greater 
than 0.3Wh

    This new HMT entry covers asymmetric capacitors with an energy 
storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh. Asymmetric capacitors are 
assigned as a Class 9 miscellaneous hazardous material.
UN3510--Adsorbed gas, flammable, n.o.s.
UN3511--Adsorbed gas, n.o.s.
UN3512--Adsorbed gas, toxic, n.o.s.
UN3513--Adsorbed gas, oxidizing, n.o.s.
UN3514--Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s.
UN3515--Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s.
UN3516--Adsorbed gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s.
UN3517--Adsorbed gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s.
UN3518--Adsorbed gas, toxic, oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s.
UN3519--Boron trifluoride, adsorbed
UN3520--Chlorine, adsorbed
UN3521--Silicon tetrafluoride, adsorbed
UN3522--Arsine, adsorbed
UN3523--Germane, adsorbed
UN3524--Phosphorus pentafluoride, adsorbed
UN3525--Phosphine, adsorbed
UN3526--Hydrogen selenide, adsorbed

    The ``Adsorbed gas'' HMT entries are added to address shipments of 
gas, which when packaged for transport, are adsorbed onto a solid 
porous material in a pressure receptacle. Entries classified as 
Division 2.3 gases are forbidden for transport by aircraft. PHMSA 
received three comments from COSTHA, DGAC, and Entegris noting that the 
entry for ``Arsine, adsorbed'' was not added to the HMT in the NPRM as 
intended. As a result, in this final rule PHMSA is adding the entry 
``UN3522, Arsine, adsorbed'' to the HMT. Entegris also provided a 
comment suggesting that Sec.  173.302c cannot be referenced in the HMT 
as a packaging instruction for bulk shipments of adsorbed gases, as 
there is no internationally accepted standard or authorization for bulk 
receptacles containing such gases. PHMSA agrees with the Entegris 
comment that bulk packagings for adsorbed gases are not presently 
authorized. As a result, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising Column 
(8C) of the HMT for the Adsorbed gas entries to indicate ``None.'' .
    Duplicate entries for UN0214 Trinitrobenzene, dry or wetted with 
less than 30 percent water, by mass currently exist in the HMT; while 
the UN1354 entry has been inadvertently overwritten by one of these 
UN0214 entries in an unidentified previous rulemaking. PHMSA is 
removing one of the duplicate UN0214 entries, and reinserting the 
correct UN1354 entry.
Amendments to the Column (1) Symbols
    Section 172.101(b) describes column (1) of the HMT and the 
associated symbols that may be indicated in the column. In accordance 
with Sec.  172.101(b), the symbol ``G'' identifies proper shipping 
names for which one or more technical names of the hazardous material 
must be entered in parentheses in association with the basic 
description on a shipping paper. The symbol ``I'' indicates these 
proper shipping names are appropriate for describing materials in 
international transportation, but that an alternate proper shipping 
name may be selected when only domestic transportation is involved. The 
letter ``A'' denotes a material that is subject to the requirements of 
this subchapter only when offered or intended for transportation by 
aircraft, unless the material is a hazardous substance or a hazardous 
waste.
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding international proper shipping 
names for ``Asbestos, amphibole (amosite, tremolite, actinolite, 
anthophyllite, crocidolite)'' and ``Asbestos, chrysotile,'' and 
removing shipping descriptions for Blue, Brown, and White Asbestos. 
These new international proper shipping names for ``Asbestos, 
amphibole'' and ``Asbestos, chrysotile'' have an ``I'' assigned in 
column one. PHMSA is also assigning a ``G'' to the ``Asbestos, 
amphibole'' entry. The ``G'' indicates that the technical name(s) of 
the hazardous material must be entered in parentheses, in association 
with the basic description. In the case of this proper shipping name, 
the technical name shown should be selected from the list of five 
different minerals (amosite, tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, 
crocidolite) indicated in italics after the proper shipping name. See 
the amendments to column (2) of the HMT for additional discussion 
regarding the revision of the proper shipping names for these entries.
    In this final rule PHMSA is assigning an ``A'' to column 1 for 
``Fish meal, stabilized or Fish scrap, stabilized'' consistent with 
changes made to the ICAO TI. PHMSA received one comment from Alaska 
Airlines supporting the assignment of an ``A'' to column one for this 
material.
Amendments to the Column (2) Hazardous Materials Descriptions and 
Proper Shipping Names
    Section 172.101(c) describes column (2) of the HMT and the 
requirements for hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping 
names.
    In the NPRM, the proper shipping name for ``UN0222, Ammonium 
nitrate, with more than 0.2 percent combustible substances, including 
any organic substance calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any 
other added substance'' was proposed to be amended by removing the 
italicized text and placing the text into the new special provision 
370. PHMSA received one comment from IME stating that the NPRM did not 
provide an adequate explanation to justify why the UN Sub-Committee of 
Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UNSCETDG) recommends this 
change. IME provides several reasons that this amendment should not be 
adopted. IME notes that while the italicized text is not ``lost'' when 
placed in the new special provision 370, the absence of the text from 
the proper shipping name will add to confusion about this form of 
ammonium nitrate as UN0222 is one of six classifications of solid 
ammonium nitrate. Of the six, only UN0222 and NA0331 are Class 1 
entries and all of these entries have been distinguished from each 
other by italicized text. IME

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further notes there was no proposal to remove clarifying italicized 
text from other entries.
    A review of the change to the UN Model Regulations revealed that 
the italicized text assigned to the proper shipping name for UN0222 was 
removed to resolve a potential contradiction with the new special 
provision 370 assigned to UN0222. The qualifying italicized text 
associated with this entry applies to materials with more than 0.2 
percent combustible substances; however, special provision 370 provides 
that Ammonium nitrate with not more than 0.2% combustible substances 
that give a positive result when tested in accordance with Test Series 
2 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria must also be assigned to 
UN0222. In this scenario, a user of the HMT with a material containing 
less than 0.2 percent combustible substances (see UN1942) may not be 
immediately aware that UN0222 should be used if the material 
simultaneously gives a positive result when tested in accordance with 
Test Series 2. By moving the italicized text from the proper shipping 
name to the special provision this contradiction is avoided by 
providing instruction for Ammonium nitrate containing both more than, 
and less than 0.2 percent combustible substances. Following the review 
PHMSA determined that any minor contradiction that may exist between 
maintaining the qualifying text as part of the proper shipping name or 
in the special provision is negligible. We agree with the comment 
submitted by IME that retaining the italicized text in association with 
the proper shipping name does have a benefit, and as such, we are 
retaining the italicized text ``with more than 0.2 percent combustible 
substances, including any organic substance calculated as carbon, to 
the exclusion of any other added substance'' as part of the proper 
shipping name.
    The proper shipping name for ``UN1942, Ammonium nitrate, with not 
more than 0.2% combustible materials, including any organic substance, 
calculated as carbon to the exclusion of any other added substance'' is 
amended by replacing the word ``materials'' in italicized text with 
``substances'' and the comma following ``substance'' is placed after 
the word ``carbon.'' Due to the present placement of the comma in the 
description for the two ammonium nitrate entries, the 0.2% combustible 
materials/substances are measured differently. This amendment ensures 
that the 0.2% combustible level is calculated as carbon in the case of 
organic substances. PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that 
the entry in the proposed HMT contained italicized text inconsistent 
with the amendment discussed in the NPRM (79 FR 50750). We agree and 
are correcting the italicized text as part of the proper shipping name 
consistent with the NPRM preamble discussion.
    Two new proper shipping names ``Asbestos, amphibole (amosite, 
tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, crocidolite)'' and ``Asbestos, 
chrysotile'' are assigned to identification numbers UN2212 and UN2590, 
respectively. These new proper shipping names more appropriately 
describe the material than the present ``UN2212, Blue asbestos 
(Crocidolite) or Brown asbestos (amosite, mysorite)'' and ``UN2590, 
White asbestos (chrysotile, actinolite, anthophyllite, tremolite).'' In 
the scientific community, Asbestos is divided into two chemical group 
names, ``Amphiboles'' and ``Chrysotile''. The amphibole group includes 
five different minerals (amosite, tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, 
crocidolite). The chrysotile group includes only the mineral 
chrysotile.
    The proper shipping name for ``UN3499, Capacitor, electric double 
layer (with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 Wh)'' is 
amended by placing the phrase ``electric double layer'' in Roman type. 
This amendment is necessary to differentiate this HMT entry from the 
new HMT entry, Capacitor, asymmetric.
    A new proper shipping name ``Safety devices, electrically 
initiated'' is assigned to identification number UN3268. Current proper 
shipping names assigned to UN3268 are ``Air bag inflators, or Air bag 
modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners.'' The adopted proper shipping name 
more appropriately describes materials authorized under this HMT entry 
in conjunction with the revision to special provision 160 to include a 
number of automotive industry life-saving appliances that are actuated 
by the electric signal of the crash sensor.
    A new proper shipping name of ``Safety devices, pyrotechnic'' is 
assigned to identification number UN0503. The current proper shipping 
names assigned to UN0503 are ``Air bag inflators, or Air bag modules, 
or Seat-belt pretensioners.'' The adopted proper shipping name more 
appropriately describes Class 1 materials authorized under this HMT 
entry.
    PHMSA received a comment from COSTHA noting that stocks of these 
materials are well into the millions, and therefore they requested that 
PHMSA identify a transition period during which the previous proper 
shipping names may continue to be used in association with the relevant 
UN number. COSTHA believes a 1-year transition (until January 1, 2016) 
would be sufficient to re-mark packages already in the supply chain. 
PHMSA notes that this final rule provides for a one year delayed 
compliance date from the date of publication. It is also important to 
note that Sec.  172.101(l)(ii) provides for the ability to use 
preprinted shipping papers and package markings, until depleted or for 
a one year period, subsequent to the effective date of a rulemaking 
change, whichever is less.
    The proper shipping name for ``UN1082, Trifluorochloroethylene, 
stabilized'' is amended by adding ``Refrigerant gas R 1113'' as an 
alternative proper shipping name for consistency with the dangerous 
goods lists of the various international standards and the HMT of the 
HMR. The adopted proper shipping name for UN1082 is 
``Trifluorochloroethylene, stabilized or Refrigerant gas R 1113''. 
PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that this entry is not 
listed in the proposed HMT under the ``REMOVE'' instruction; however, 
the new entry is listed under the ``ADD'' instruction. As a result, in 
this final rule, PHMSA is adding ``UN1082, Trifluorochloroethylene, 
stabilized'' to the entries under ``REMOVE'' in the instructions to 
amend the HMT. This will correct the regulatory instruction for 
amending the proper shipping name.
Amendments to Column (5) Packing Group
    Section 172.101(f) describes Column (5) of the HMT and the 
designation of the packing group(s) assigned to each proper shipping 
name.
    For the entries ``UN3316, Chemical kits'' and ``UN3316, First aid 
kits'' the Packing Groups II and III designations are adopted. The 
assignment of packing groups to these entries are not a new 
requirement; however, including packing group assignments in the HMT 
will ensure that shippers are aware that the most stringent packing 
group must be assigned to any individual substance in the kit in 
accordance with Sec.  173.161(b)(2).
    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that the Packing Group 
III designation for ``UN3316, First aid kits'' was not added to the 
HMT. In this final rule, we are adding the Packing Group III entry to 
the HMT accordingly.
    The HMT entries for several articles are revised to remove packing 
group assignments. For articles, the packing group does not relate to 
the degree of hazard posed by the material but rather is assigned 
generically to the article.

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There is limited value in requiring an indication of the packing group 
in association with the shipment. Currently and without specific 
rationale, some articles are assigned packing groups while others are 
not. This change provides a level of consistency for all articles 
specifically listed in the HMT. In this final rule, PHMSA is removing 
packing group assignments from the following HMT entries:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    Proper shipping name                        UN No.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ammunition, tear-producing, non-explosive, without burster        UN2017
 or expelling charge, non-fuzed............................
Ammunition, toxic, non-explosive, without burster or              UN2016
 expelling charge, non-fuzed...............................
Batteries, containing sodium...............................       UN3292
Batteries, wet, filled with acid, electric storage.........       UN2794
Batteries, wet, filled with alkali, electric storage.......       UN2795
Batteries, wet, non-spillable, electric storage............       UN2800
Lithium ion batteries including lithium ion polymer               UN3480
 batteries.................................................
Lithium ion batteries contained in equipment including            UN3481
 lithium ion polymer batteries.............................
Lithium ion batteries packed with equipment including             UN3481
 lithium ion polymer batteries.............................
Lithium metal batteries including lithium alloy batteries..       UN3090
Lithium metal batteries contained in equipment including          UN3091
 lithium alloy batteries...................................
Lithium metal batteries packed with equipment including           UN3091
 lithium alloy batteries...................................
Mercury contained in manufactured articles.................       UN3506
Oxygen generator, chemical (including when contained in           UN3356
 associated equipment, e.g., passenger service units
 (PSUs), portable breathing equipment (PBE), etc)..........
Safety devices, electrically initiated *...................       UN3268
Tear gas candles...........................................       UN1700
------------------------------------------------------------------------
* See amendments to Column 2

PHMSA received comment from DGAC noting that for UN2794, UN2795, and 
UN2800, the Column (5) packing group assignments were removed in the 
HMT but not discussed in the NPRM preamble. The entries for these 
articles have been added to the above table for clarity.

Amendments to the Column (7) Special Provisions

    Section 172.101(h) describes Column (7) of the HMT and Sec.  
172.102(c) the special provisions assigned to specific entries in the 
HMT. The particular modifications to the entries in the HMT are 
discussed below. See Section 172.102 special provisions for a detailed 
discussion of the additions, revisions, and deletions to the special 
provisions addressed in this final rule.
    In this final rule, special provision 134 is added to the HMT entry 
``UN3072, Life-saving appliances, not self-inflating containing 
dangerous goods as equipment.'' The addition of this special provision 
will clarify that equipment containing only lithium batteries must be 
consigned under the entries ``Lithium batteries contained in 
equipment'' or ``Lithium batteries packed with equipment,'' as 
appropriate.
    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting for the entry ``UN2990, 
Life-Saving Appliances, Self Inflating,'' that ``Special Provision 338 
is missing from Column 7 in the proposed HMT.'' This was an inadvertent 
omission. Special provision 338 has been reestablished.
    Several HMT entries are revised to include new special provision 
367. Special provision 367 authorizes the use of the ``Paint related 
material'' entries for consignments of packages containing ``Paint'' 
and ``Paint related material'' in the same package. This special 
provision also authorizes the proper shipping name ``Printing ink 
related material'' for consignments of packages containing ``Printing 
Ink'' and ``Printing ink related material'' in the same package.
    In this final rule, new special provision 367 is assigned to the 
following entries:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    Proper shipping name                        UN No.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Paint including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac            UN1263
 solutions, varnish, polish, liquid filler, and liquid
 lacquer base..............................................
Paint or Paint related material............................       UN3066
Paint, corrosive, flammable (including paint, lacquer,            UN3470
 enamel, stain, shellac solutions, varnish, polish, liquid
 filler, and liquid lacquer base)..........................
Paint, flammable, corrosive, (including paint, lacquer,           UN3469
 enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and
 liquid lacquer base)......................................
Paint related material including paint thinning, drying,          UN1263
 removing, or reducing compound............................
Paint related material corrosive, flammable (including            UN3470
 paint thinning or reducing compound)......................
Paint related material, flammable, corrosive (including           UN3469
 paint thinning or reducing compound)......................
Printing ink, flammable or Printing ink related material          UN1210
 (including printing ink thinning or reducing compound),
 flammable.................................................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC regarding the UN1210 PG II 
entry in the proposed HMT. DGAC noted that 367 inserted before 149 in 
Column (7) and is in non-sequential order. We agree and have amended 
the entry accordingly.
    In this final rule, we are adding new special provision 368 to the 
HMT entry ``UN2910, Radioactive material, excepted package-limited 
quantity of material.''
    In this final rule, new special provision 369 is assigned to the 
new HMT entry ``UN3507, Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive material, 
excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile or fissile-
excepted.''
    In this final rule, new special provision 370 is assigned to the 
HMT entry ``UN0222, Ammonium nitrate.'' This special provision 
addresses a situation where Ammonium Nitrate, with not more than 0.2% 
carbon, does not satisfy Test Series 2 and therefore cannot be 
accommodated under the entry for ``UN1942, Ammonium nitrate.''
    In this final rule, new special provision 371 is assigned to the 
HMT entry ``UN3164, Articles, pressurized

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pneumatic or hydraulic containing non-flammable gas.''
    In this final rule, special provision IB6 is replaced with IB8 and 
special provisions IP2, and IP4 are added for the HMT Packing Group III 
entry ``UN3089, Metal powders, flammable, n.o.s.'' IB8 is presently 
assigned to the Packing Group II entry, therefore, fiberboard, wooden 
and flexible IBCs are allowed for the Packing Group II materials, but 
are forbidden for the less dangerous Packing Group III substance. These 
revisions will correct the inconsistency.
    In this final rule, new special provision A61 is assigned to the 
HMT entries ``UN 3107, Organic peroxide type E, liquid'' and ``UN 3109, 
Organic peroxide type F, liquid''
    Several HMT entries are revised to include new portable tank 
special provision TP47. Special provision TP47 indicates that the 2.5 
year internal portable tank examination may be waived or substituted by 
other test methods or inspection procedures specified by the competent 
authority or its authorized body, provided that the portable tank is 
dedicated to the transport of the organometallic. However, this 
examination is required when the conditions of Sec.  180.605(f) are 
met.
    In this NPRM, new special provision TP47 is assigned to the 
following entries:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    Proper shipping name                        UN No.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Organometallic substance, liquid, pyrophoric, water-              UN3394
 reactive..................................................
Organometallic substance, liquid, water-reactive...........       UN3398
Organometallic substance, liquid, water-reactive, flammable       UN3399
Organometallic substance, solid, pyrophoric, water-reactive       UN3393
Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive............       UN3395
Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive, flammable.       UN3396
Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive, self-            UN3397
 heating...................................................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that for the entry 
``UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,'' IB2 and TP32 are listed in 
Column (7) in the changes to the proposed HMR. DGAC notes that ``these 
special provisions are not present in Column (7) in the 10-1-13 version 
of the HMR.'' Although the addition of IB2 to Column (7) was not 
described in the amendments to Column (7) of the NPRM, this revision 
was intentional. PHMSA is aligning with international standards to add 
IBCs as an authorized packaging for UN3375. In the NPRM, portable tank 
special provision TP32 was inadvertently added to this HMT entry in 
error. While this portable tank special provision was assigned to 
UN3375 in the UN Model Regulations and the IMDG Code, the HMR do not 
authorize UN3375 in portable tanks and therefore a portable tank 
special provision is not appropriate. In this final rule, for the entry 
UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,'' PHMSA is adding special provisions 
IB2, IP16, and removing TP32 as proposed in the NPRM. New special 
provision IP16 is described in the Section 172.102 special provisions 
discussion for IBC Codes and IP Codes.
Amendments to Column (8B) Non-Bulk Packaging Authorizations.
    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that for the entry 
``UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,'' 231 is listed in is listed in 
Column (8B) in the changes to the proposed HMT. DGAC notes that 
packaging authorization 214 is present in Column (8B) in the 10-1-13 
version of 49 CFR. Although this revision was not described in the 
amendments to Column (8B) of the NPRM, the revision from 231 to 214 was 
intentional as discussed in the section-by-section review of Sec.  
173.231 (79 FR 50764).
Amendments to Column (8C) Bulk Packaging Authorizations.
    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that for the entry ``UN 
3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion,'' 231 is listed in Column (8C) in the 
changes to the proposed HMT. The UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the 
Transportation of Dangerous Goods added authorizations for certain IBCs 
in the UN Model regulations for UN 3375. This authorization 
necessitates the incorporation of a bulk packaging authorization for 
this HMT entry. In this final rule PHMSA is creating a new Sec.  
173.251 and assigning it to column (8C) for this entry to authorize the 
use of IBC's.
Amendments to the Column (9) Quantity Limitations.
    Section 172.101(j) describes Column (9) of the HMT and the quantity 
limitations for specific entries in the HMT. Furthermore, Columns (9A) 
and (9B) specify the maximum quantities that may be offered for 
transportation in one package by passenger-carrying aircraft or 
passenger-carrying rail car (Column (9A) or by cargo-only aircraft 
(Column (9B). The indication of ``forbidden'' means the material may 
not be offered for transportation or transported in the applicable mode 
of transport.
    For the entry ``UN3497, Krill meal'' quantity limits of 15 kg and 
50 kg for PG II, and 25 kg and 100 kg for PG III, are adopted for 
columns (9A) and (9B) respectively. Previously, there was no limit to 
the amount authorized to be shipped in one package. These new quantity 
limits are consistent with authorized quantity limits found in the ICAO 
TI.
    At the 24th meeting the ICAO DGP, it was agreed to incorporate 
certain UN numbers contained in the UN Model Regulations, but not 
currently listed in the ICAO TI. For the entries ``UN2216, Fish meal, 
stabilized or Fish scrap, stabilized,'' and ``UN1374 Fish meal, 
unstabilized or Fish scrap, unstabilized'' the panel determined that 
they should be forbidden for transport on both cargo and passenger 
aircraft. In this final rule, PHMSA is aligning with the ICAO TI by 
revising columns (9A) and (9B) to ``Forbidden.'' PHMSA received one 
comment from Alaska Airlines in support of this revision.
    DGAC commented that for the HMT entry ``UN3221, Self-reactive 
liquid type B,'' columns (9A) and (9B) in the current HMT contain a (2) 
footnote, and that in the NPRM, PHMSA proposed revising these 
limitations to indicate ``Forbidden'' without any preamble discussion. 
This entry was revised in a Federal Register correction document (78 FR 
17874), but due to a publication error was not transitioned into the 
printed or electronic versions of the CFR. In this rulemaking PHMSA is 
reinstating the correct quantity limitation notation of ``Forbidden'' 
in columns 9A and 9B for this entry.
Amendments to the Column (10) Vessel Stowage Requirements.
    Section 172.101(k) explains the purpose of column (10) of the HMT 
and

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prescribes the vessel stowage and segregation requirements for specific 
entries in the HMT. Column (10) is divided into two columns: column 
(10A) [Vessel stowage] specifies the authorized stowage locations on 
board cargo and passenger vessels and column (10B) [Other provisions] 
specifies special stowage and segregation provisions.
    The IMO, in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code, split their stowage 
and segregation column (16) in the dangerous goods list into two 
columns and assigned codes to the existing stowage, handling, and 
segregation text. The new first column (16a) in the IMDG Code is titled 
stowage and handling, and the second column (16b) is titled 
segregation. PHMSA is maintaining the HMT's current column (10A) and 
(10B), while also harmonizing our vessel stowage codes in columns (10A) 
and (10B) as closely as possible with those in amendment 37-14 of the 
IMDG Code. There are several instances where PHMSA is maintaining 
additional codes (see UN numbers 0019, 0020, 0021, 0301, 0303, 1017, 
1131, 1389, 1392, 1420, 1422, 1780, 1942, 1950, 2679, 2912, 3015, 3071, 
3101-3106, 3108-3110, 3242, 3323, and 3497) that vary from IMDG Code 
stowage and segregation requirements. These additional stowage and 
segregation provisions vary by UN number, but are considered additional 
precautions deemed necessary to ensure the safe transport of these 
commodities during transportation by vessel.
    During the preparation of the NPRM and final rule, PHMSA and the 
United States Coast Guard conducted an extensive review of all HMT 
entries to verify that domestic entries correspond as closely as 
possible with the provisions found in the IMDG Code. PHMSA is making 
numerous changes to the codes found in the HMT's column (10B) [Other 
provisions] as a result of this review. The majority of the changes are 
a result of work done at the IMO to eliminate duplicate and unnecessary 
provisions. Some of the proposed changes to column (10B) are adopted to 
harmonize existing differences in stowage, handling, and segregation 
provisions between the HMR and the IMDG Code. A table of changes, 
listed in alphabetical order, showing the proper shipping name, UN 
identification number, any stowage codes adopted for removal, and any 
stowage codes adopted for addition is provided below. If a column is 
blank, no changes were adopted. The meaning of the codes in column 
(10B) can be found either in Sec.  176.84 or are listed in the Sec.  
176.84 Section-by-Section change portion of this final rule.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                 Proposed
                    Proper shipping name                         UN ID No.       removals     Proposed additions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft hydraulic power unit fuel tank.....................          UN3165  ..............     21, 40, 49, 100
Acrylamide, solid...........................................          UN2074  ..............                  25
Acrylamide solution.........................................          UN3426  ..............                  25
Aldol.......................................................          UN2839  ..............                  25
Alkali metal alloys, liquid, n.o.s..........................          UN1421  ..............             13, 148
Alkali metal amalgam, liquid................................          UN1389  ..............             13, 148
Alkali metal amalgam, solid.................................          UN3401  ..............             13, 148
Alkali metal amides.........................................          UN1390  ..............             13, 148
Alkali metal dispersions, flammable or Alkaline earth metal           UN3482  ..............             13, 148
 dispersions, flammable.....................................
Alkali metal dispersions, or Alkaline earth metal                     UN1391  ..............             13, 148
 dispersions................................................
Alkaline earth metal alloys, n.o.s..........................          UN1393  ..............             13, 148
Alkaline earth metal amalgams, liquid.......................          UN1392  ..............             13, 148
Alkaline earth metal amalgams, solid........................          UN3402  ..............             13, 148
Allyl chloroformate.........................................          UN1722  ..............             21, 100
Aluminum borohydride or Aluminum borohydride in devices.....          UN2870  ..............             13, 148
Aluminum carbide............................................          UN1394  ..............             13, 148
Aluminum ferrosilicon powder (PG II and III)................          UN1395  ..............             13, 148
Aluminum hydride............................................          UN2463  ..............             13, 148
Aluminum phosphide..........................................          UN1397  ..............             13, 148
Aluminum powder, coated (PG II and III).....................          UN1309  ..............            147, 148
Aluminum powder, uncoated (PG II and III)...................          UN1396  ..............             13, 148
Aluminum silicon powder, uncoated...........................          UN1398  ..............             13, 148
Aluminum smelting by-products or Aluminum remelting by-               UN3170  ..............             13, 148
 products (PG II and III)...................................
N-Aminoethylpiperazine......................................          UN2815  ..............                  25
Aminopyridines (o-; m-; p-).................................          UN2671  ..............                  25
Ammonium nitrate based fertilizer...........................          UN2067  ..............                 124
Ammonium nitrate, liquid....................................          UN2426  ..............                 124
Ammonium nitrate............................................          UN1942  ..............             66, 124
Ammonium polysulfide, solution (PG II and III)..............          UN2818  ..............                  25
Ammonium sulfide solution...................................          UN2683  ..............                  25
Anisoyl chloride............................................          UN1729  ..............                  40
Antimony pentafluoride......................................          UN1732  ..............                  40
Arsenic bromide.............................................          UN1555  ..............                  25
Barium......................................................          UN1400  ..............             13, 148
Barium alloys, pyrophoric...................................          UN1854  ..............             13, 148
Barium azide, wetted........................................          UN1571  ..............                  36
Barium peroxide.............................................          UN1449              56             66, 148
Batteries, containing sodium................................          UN3292  ..............             13, 148
Beryllium, powder...........................................          UN1567  ..............        13, 147, 148
Boron tribromide............................................          UN2692  ..............                  25
Boron trifluoride dihydrate.................................          UN2851  ..............                  25
Boron trifluoride dimethyl etherate.........................          UN2965  ..............                  25
Bromoform...................................................          UN2515  ..............                  25
Bromine.....................................................          UN1744  ..............                  25
Bromine solutions (both PG I entries).......................          UN1744  ..............                  25
Bromobenzyl cyanides, liquid................................          UN1694  ..............                  25

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Bromobenzyl cyanides, solid.................................          UN3449  ..............                  25
tert-Butyl hypochlorite.....................................          UN3255  ..............                  40
Butyl mercaptan.............................................          UN2347  ..............                 102
5-tert-Butyl-2,4,6-trinitro-m-xylene or Musk xylene.........          UN2956  ..............                  40
Butyric acid................................................          UN2820  ..............                  25
Calcium.....................................................          UN1401  ..............             13, 148
Calcium carbide (PG I and II)...............................          UN1402  ..............             13, 148
Calcium cyanamide with more than 0.1 percent of calcium               UN1403  ..............             13, 148
 carbide....................................................
Calcium hydride.............................................          UN1404  ..............             13, 148
Calcium manganese silicon...................................          UN2844  ..............             13, 148
Calcium peroxide............................................          UN1457              56             66, 148
Calcium phosphide...........................................          UN1360  ..............             13, 148
Calcium, pyrophoric or Calcium alloys, pyrophoric...........          UN1855  ..............             13, 148
Calcium silicide (PG II and III.............................          UN1405  ..............             13, 148
Carbon, activated...........................................          UN1362  ..............                  25
Carbon (PG II and III)......................................          UN1361  ..............                  25
Castor beans or Castor meal or Castor pomace or Castor flake          UN2969  ..............             44, 122
Cerium, slabs, ingots, or rods..............................          UN1333  ..............        13, 147, 148
Cerium, turnings or gritty powder...........................          UN3078  ..............             13, 148
Cesium or Caesium...........................................          UN1407  ..............             13, 148
Chloroacetonitrile..........................................          UN2668  ..............                  25
Chloroacetophenone, liquid, (CN)............................          UN3416  ..............                  25
Chloroacetophenone, solid, (CN).............................          UN1697  ..............                  25
Chlorocresols solution (PG II and III)......................          UN2669  ..............                  25
Chloromethyl chloroformate..................................          UN2745         21, 100  ..................
Chloronitrobenzenes, liquid.................................          UN3409  ..............    44, 89, 100, 141
Chlorosilanes, water-reactive, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s..          UN2988  ..............        13, 147, 148
Corrosive liquids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II).....          UN3094  ..............             13, 148
Corrosive solids, toxic, n.o.s. (PG III)....................          UN2923              95  ..................
Corrosive solids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II)......          UN3096  ..............             13, 148
Crotonic acid, liquid.......................................          UN3472  ..............                  25
Crotonic acid, solid........................................          UN2823  ..............                  25
Cyanogen bromide............................................          UN1889  ..............                  52
Cyanuric chloride...........................................          UN2670  ..............                  25
Cyclohexyl mercaptan........................................          UN3054  ..............                 102
1,1-Dichloro-1-nitroethane..................................          UN2650  ..............                  25
1,3-Dichloroacetone.........................................          UN2649  ..............                  25
1,3-Dichloropropanol-2......................................          UN2750  ..............                  25
Diethylthiophosphoryl chloride..............................          UN2751  ..............                  25
Dipicryl sulfide, wetted....................................          UN2852  ..............                  36
2-Ethylhexyl chloroformate..................................          UN2748         21, 100  ..................
Ferrocerium.................................................          UN1323  ..............        13, 147, 148
Ferrosilicon with 30 percent or more but less than 90                 UN1408  ..............                 148
 percent silicon............................................
Ferrous metal borings or Ferrous metal shavings or Ferrous            UN2793  ..............             13, 148
 metal turnings or Ferrous metal cuttings in a form liable
 to self-heating............................................
Fuel cell cartridges or Fuel cell cartridges contained in             UN3476  ..............             13, 148
 equipment or Fuel cell cartridges packed with equipment,
 containing water-reactive substances.......................
Hafnium powder, dry (PG I, II, and III).....................          UN2545  ..............             13, 148
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene...................................          UN2646  ..............                  25
Hexamethylenediamine, solid.................................          UN2280  ..............                  25
Hydrofluoric acid, with more than 60 percent strength.......          UN1790  ..............                  25
Hydrofluoric acid, with not more than 60 percent strength...          UN1790  ..............                  25
Hydrogen, refrigerated liquid (cryogenic liquid)............          UN1966  ..............                  57
Hypochlorites, inorganic, n.o.s.............................          UN3212             106  ..................
Iron oxide, spent, or Iron sponge, spent obtained from coal           UN1376  ..............             13, 148
 gas purification...........................................
Isopropyl chloroformate.....................................          UN2407  ..............             21, 100
Life-saving appliances, not self inflating..................          UN3072  ..............                 122
Life-saving appliances......................................          UN2990  ..............                 122
Lithium.....................................................          UN1415  ..............             13, 148
Lithium aluminum hydride....................................          UN1410  ..............             13, 148
Lithium aluminum hydride, ethereal..........................          UN1411  ..............             13, 148
Lithium borohydride.........................................          UN1413  ..............             13, 148
Lithium ferrosilicon........................................          UN2830  ..............             13, 148
Lithium hydride.............................................          UN1414  ..............             13, 148
Lithium hydride, fused solid................................          UN2805  ..............             13, 148
Lithium peroxide............................................          UN1472  ..............                 148
Lithium silicon.............................................          UN1417  ..............             13, 148
Magnesium aluminum phosphide................................          UN1419  ..............             13, 148
Magnesium diamide...........................................          UN2004  ..............             13, 148
Magnesium granules, coated, particle size not less than 149           UN2950  ..............             13, 148
 microns....................................................
Magnesium hydride...........................................          UN2010  ..............             13, 148
Magnesium or Magnesium alloys with more than 50 percent               UN1869  ..............        13, 147, 148
 magnesium in pellets, turnings or ribbons..................

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Magnesium peroxide..........................................          UN1476  ..............                 148
Magnesium phosphide.........................................          UN2011  ..............             13, 148
Magnesium, powder or Magnesium alloys, powder (PG I, II, and          UN1418  ..............             13, 148
 III).......................................................
Magnesium silicide..........................................          UN2624  ..............             13, 148
Maleic anhydride............................................          UN2215  ..............             95, 102
Maleic anhydride, molten....................................          UN2215  ..............             95, 102
Malononitrile...............................................          UN2647  ..............                  25
Maneb or Maneb preparations with not less than 60 percent             UN2210  ..............             13. 148
 maneb......................................................
Maneb stabilized or Maneb preparations, stabilized against            UN2968  ..............             13, 148
 self-heating...............................................
Mercaptans, liquid, flammable, n.o.s. or Mercaptan mixture,           UN3336  ..............                 102
 liquid, flammable, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III)...............
Mercaptans, liquid, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. or Mercaptan             UN1228  ..............                 102
 mixtures, liquid, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. (PG II and III).
Mercaptans, liquid, toxic, flammable, n.o.s. or Mercaptan             UN3071  ..............                 102
 mixtures, liquid, toxic, flammable, n.o.s., flash point not
 less than 23 degrees C.....................................
Metal catalyst, dry (PG I, II, and III).....................          UN2881  ..............        13, 147, 148
Metal hydrides, water reactive, n.o.s.(PG I and II).........          UN1409  ..............             13, 148
Metal powder, self-heating, n.o.s. (PG II and III)..........          UN3189  ..............             13, 148
Metal powders, flammable, n.o.s. (PG II and III)............          UN3089  ..............    13, 74, 147, 148
Metallic substance, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and             UN3208  ..............             13, 148
 III).......................................................
Metallic substance, water-reactive, self-heating, n.o.s. (PG          UN3209  ..............             13, 148
 I, II, and III)............................................
Methyl iodide...............................................          UN2644  ..............                  25
Methyl magnesium bromide, in ethyl ether....................          UN1928  ..............             13, 148
Methyl vinyl ketone, stabilized.............................  ..............  ..............             21, 100
Organic peroxide type B, liquid.............................          UN3101              40                  25
Organic peroxide type B, liquid, temperature controlled.....          UN3111              40                  25
Organic peroxide type B, solid..............................          UN3102              40                  25
Organic peroxide type B, solid, temperature controlled......          UN3112              40                  25
Organic peroxide type C, liquid.............................          UN3103              40                  25
Organic per0oxide type C, liquid, temperature controlled....          UN3113              40                  25
Organic peroxide type C, solid..............................          UN3104              40                  25
Organic peroxide type C, solid, temperature controlled......          UN3114              40                  25
Organic peroxide type D, liquid.............................          UN3105              40                  25
Organic peroxide type D, liquid, temperature controlled.....          UN3115              40                  25
Organic peroxide type D, solid..............................          UN3106              40                  25
Organic peroxide type D, solid, temperature controlled......          UN3116              40                  25
Organic peroxide type E, liquid.............................          UN3107              40                  25
Organic peroxide type E, liquid, temperature controlled.....          UN3117              40                  25
Organic peroxide type E, solid..............................          UN3108              40                  25
Organic peroxide type E, solid, temperature controlled......          UN3118              40                  25
Organic peroxide type F, liquid.............................          UN3109              40                  25
Organic peroxide type F, liquid, temperature controlled.....          UN3119              40                  25
Organic peroxide type F, solid..............................          UN3110              40                  25
Organic peroxide type F, solid, temperature controlled......          UN3120  ..............                  25
Organometallic substance, liquid, pyrophoric................          UN3392  ..............             13, 148
Organometallic substance, liquid, pyrophoric, water-reactive          UN3394  ..............         13, 52, 148
Organometallic substance, liquid, water-reactive (PG I, II,           UN3398  ..............             13, 148
 and III)...................................................
Organometallic substance, liquid, water-reactive, flammable           UN3399  ..............             13, 148
 (PG I, II, and III)........................................
Organometallic substance, solid, pyrophoric.................          UN3391  ..............             13, 148
Organometallic substance, solid, pyrophoric, water-reactive.          UN3393  ..............             13, 148
Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive (PG I, II,            UN3395  ..............             13, 148
 and III)...................................................
Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive, flammable            UN3396  ..............             13, 148
 (PG I, II, and III)........................................
Organometallic substance, solid, water-reactive, self-                UN3397  ..............             13, 148
 heating (PG I, II, and III)................................
Oxidizing liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG I)..................          UN3098             106  ..................
Oxidizing liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG II and III).........          UN3098         106, 34  ..................
Oxidizing liquid, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III)................          UN3139             106  ..................
Oxidizing liquid, toxic, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III)..........          UN3099             106  ..................
Oxidizing solid, corrosive, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III).......          UN3085             106  ..................
Oxidizing solid, flammable, n.o.s...........................          UN3137  ..............        13, 147, 148
Oxidizing solid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG I).......................          UN3087             106  ..................
Oxidizing solid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG II and III)..............          UN3087         95, 106  ..................
Oxidizing solid, water reactive, n.o.s......................          UN3121  ..............             13, 148
Pentaborane.................................................          UN1380  ..............             13, 148
Peroxides, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG II and III)................          UN1483  ..............                 148
Persulfates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.............          UN3216  ..............                  58
Pesticides, liquid, flammable, toxic, flash point less than           UN3021  ..............                  40
 23 degrees C (PG I and II).................................
Phenyl chloroformate........................................          UN2746         21, 100  ..................
Phosphorus heptasulfide, free from yellow or white                    UN1339  ..............        13, 147, 148
 phosphorus.................................................
Phosphorus pentasulfide, free from yellow or white                    UN1340  ..............             13, 148
 phosphorus.................................................
Phosphorus oxybromide.......................................          UN1939  ..............                  25
Phosphorus pentabromide.....................................          UN2691  ..............                  25
Phosphorus trioxide.........................................          UN2578  ..............                  25
Phosphorus trisulfide, free from yellow or white phosphorus.          UN1343  ..............        13, 147, 148

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Piperazine..................................................          UN2579  ..............                  25
Potassium...................................................          UN2257  ..............             13, 148
Potassium borohydride.......................................          UN1870  ..............             13, 148
Potassium, metal alloys, liquid.............................          UN1420  ..............             13, 148
Potassium, metal alloys, solid..............................          UN3403  ..............         13, 52, 148
Potassium peroxide..........................................          UN1491  ..............                 148
Potassium phosphide.........................................          UN2012  ..............             13, 148
Potassium sodium alloys, liquid.............................          UN1422  ..............             13, 148
Potassium sodium alloys, solid..............................          UN3404  ..............             13, 148
Potassium superoxide........................................          UN2466  ..............                 148
Pyrophoric liquid, inorganic, n.o.s.........................          UN3194  ..............             13, 148
Pyrophoric liquids, organic, n.o.s..........................          UN2845  ..............             13, 148
Pyrophoric metals, n.o.s., or Pyrophoric alloys, n.o.s......          UN1383  ..............             13, 148
Pyrophoric solid, inorganic, n.o.s..........................          UN3200  ..............             13, 148
Pyrophoric solids, organic, n.o.s...........................          UN2846  ..............             13, 148
Quinoline...................................................          UN2656  ..............                  25
Rubidium....................................................          UN1423  ..............             13, 148
Seed cake with not more than 1.5 percent oil and not more             UN2217  ..............                 120
 than 11 percent moisture...................................
Self-reactive liquid type B.................................          UN3221  ..............             25, 127
Self-reactive liquid type B, temperature controlled.........          UN3231  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type C.................................          UN3223  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type C, temperature controlled.........          UN3233  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type D.................................          UN3225  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type D, temperature controlled.........          UN3235  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type E.................................          UN3227  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type E, temperature controlled.........          UN3237  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type F.................................          UN3229  ..............                  25
Self-reactive liquid type F, temperature controlled.........          UN3239  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type B..................................          UN3222  ..............             25, 127
Self-reactive solid type B, temperature controlled..........          UN3232  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type C..................................          UN3224  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type C, temperature controlled..........          UN3234  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type D..................................          UN3226  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type D, temperature controlled..........          UN3236  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type E..................................          UN3228  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type E, temperature controlled..........          UN3238  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type F..................................          UN3230  ..............                  25
Self-reactive solid type F, temperature controlled..........          UN3240  ..............                  25
Sodium......................................................          UN1428  ..............             13, 148
Sodium aluminum hydride.....................................          UN2835  ..............             13, 148
Sodium borohydride..........................................          UN1426  ..............             13, 148
Sodium dinitro-o-cresolate, wetted..........................          UN3369  ..............                  28
Sodium hydride..............................................          UN1427  ..............             13, 148
Sodium peroxide.............................................          UN1504  ..............                 148
Sodium phosphide............................................          UN1432  ..............             13, 148
Stannic phosphide...........................................          UN1433  ..............             13, 148
Strontium peroxide..........................................          UN1509  ..............                 148
Strontium phosphide.........................................          UN2013  ..............             13, 148
Sodium superoxide...........................................          UN2547  ..............                 148
Titanium powder, dry (PG I, II, and III)....................          UN2546  ..............             13, 148
Titanium sponge granules or Titanium sponge powders.........          UN2878  ..............        13, 147, 148
Titanium trichloride, pyrophoric or Titanium trichloride              UN2441  ..............             13, 148
 mixtures, pyrophoric.......................................
Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, n.o.s. with an            UN3385  ..............             13, 148
 LC50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m\3\ and saturated vapor
 concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50............
Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, n.o.s. with an            UN3386  ..............             13, 148
 LC50 lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m\3\ and saturated
 vapor concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50.......
Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, flammable,                UN3490  ..............             13, 148
 n.o.s. with an LC50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m3 and
 saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 500
 LC50.......................................................
Toxic by inhalation liquid, water-reactive, flammable,                UN3491  ..............             13, 148
 n.o.s. with an LC50 lower or equal to 1000 ml/m3 and
 saturated vapor concentration greater than or equal to 10
 LC50.......................................................
Toxic liquid, corrosive, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG I and II)....          UN3289  ..............                  40
Toxic liquid, inorganic, n.o.s (PG I, II, and III)..........          UN3287  ..............                  40
Toxic liquids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II).........          UN3123  ..............             13, 148
Toxic solid, corrosive, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG I and II......          UN3290  ..............                  40
Toxic solid, inorganic, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III)..........          UN3288  ..............                  40
Toxic solids, water-reactive, n.o.s. (PG I and II)..........          UN3125  ..............             13, 148
Trifluoroacetic acid........................................          UN2699  ..............                  25
Trimethylacetyl chloride....................................          UN2438  ..............             21, 100
Trinitrobenzene, wetted, with not less than 10% water, by             UN3367  ..............                  28
 mass.......................................................
Trinitrobenzoic acid, wetted with not less than 10% water by          UN3368  ..............                  28
 mass.......................................................
Trinitrobenzoic acid, wetted with not less than 30 percent            UN1355  ..............                  28
 water, by mass.............................................
Trinitrochlorobenzene (picryl chloride), wetted, with not             UN3365  ..............                  28
 less than 10% water by mass................................

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Trinitrophenol (picric acid), wetted, with not less than 10           UN3364  ..............                  28
 percent water by mass......................................
Trinitrotoluene (TNT), wetted, with not less than 10 percent          UN3366  ..............                  28
 water by mass..............................................
Urea nitrate, wetted, with not less than 10 percent water by          UN3370  ..............                  28
 mass.......................................................
Vinylpyridines, stabilized..................................          UN3073  ..............                 100
Water-reactive liquid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III)          UN3129  ..............             13, 148
Water-reactive liquid, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III)...........          UN3148  ..............             13, 148
Water-reactive liquid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III)....          UN3130  ..............             13, 148
Water-reactive solid, corrosive, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III).          UN3131  ..............             13, 148
Water-reactive solid, flammable, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III).          UN3132  ..............             13, 148
Water-reactive solid, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III)............          UN2813  ..............             13, 148
Water-reactive, solid, oxidizing, n.o.s. (PG II and III)....          UN3133  ..............             13, 148
Water-reactive solid, self-heating, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and             UN3135  ..............             13, 148
 III).......................................................
Water-reactive solid, toxic, n.o.s. (PG I, II, and III).....          UN3134  ..............             13, 148
Zinc ashes..................................................          UN1435  ..............             13, 148
Zinc dithionite or Zinc hydrosulfite........................          UN1931              49         13, 26, 123
Zinc peroxide...............................................          UN1516  ..............                 148
Zinc phosphide..............................................          UN1714  ..............             13, 148
Zinc powder or Zinc dust (PG I, II, and III)................          UN1436  ..............             13, 148
Zirconium, dry, coiled wire, finished metal sheets, strip             UN2858  ..............        13, 147, 148
 (thinner than 254 microns but not thinner than 18 microns).
Zirconium, dry, finished sheets, strip or coiled wire.......          UN2009  ..............             13, 148
Zirconium powder, dry (PG I, II, and III)...................          UN2008  ..............             13, 148
Zirconium powder, wetted with not less than 25 percent water          UN1358  ..............        13, 147, 148
 (a visible excess of water must be present) (a)
 mechanically produced, particle size less than 53 microns;
 (b) chemically produced, particle size less than 840
 microns....................................................
Zirconium scrap.............................................          UN1932  ..............             13, 148
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    PHMSA received two comments concerning amendments to column (10B) 
of the HMT. IVODGA commented providing full support for the changes as 
proposed in the NPRM. DGAC provided multiple editorial comments related 
to the assignment of various vessel stowage codes primarily based on 
the codes indicated in the above table when compared to what was 
proposed in the NPRM. The DGAC comments are as follows:
    ``Aluminum Ferrosilicon Powder (UN1395) The PG III entry is missing 
Vessel Stowage Code 148 in column 10B in the Docket HMT . . .'' PHMSA 
agrees and has amended column (10B) accordingly.
    ``Aluminum Powder Coated (UN1309) Per the table of 176.84 changes, 
13, 147, and 148 are to be added in column 10B for this entry (PG II 
and III) . . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry (PG II 
and III) already lists a Vessel Stowage Code 13 in column 10B per the 
10-1-13 version of 49 CFR.'' PHMSA agrees and code 13 is removed from 
the table of changes.
    ``Ammonium Sulfide Solution (UN2683) The vessel stowage codes 
listed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry are not in 
numerical order . . . The vessel stowage codes are listed as 12, 25, 
22, 52, 100 versus 12, 22, 25, 52, 100.'' PHMSA agrees and the codes 
are reordered.
    ``Barium Peroxide (UN1449) The Vessel Stowage Location listed in 
column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 
CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is A.'' Although 
not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM the stowage 
category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 
37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to 
read C.
    ``Batteries, Dry, Containing Potassium Hydroxide Solid (UN3028) 
Vessel stowage code 52 is removed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for 
this entry . . . There is no entry in the Table of 176.84 Changes . . 
.'' Code 52 should not have been proposed for removal in association 
with this entry and is reinserted in the HMT.
    ``Batteries, Wet, Filled With Acid (UN2794) Vessel Stowage Code 146 
is removed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry . . . There 
is no entry in the table of 176.84 changes . . .'' Code 146 should not 
have been proposed for removal in association with this entry and it 
has been reinserted in the HMT.
    ``Batteries, Wet, Filled With Alkali (UN2795) Vessel stowage codes 
52 and 146 are removed in column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry 
. . . There is no entry in the table of 176.84 changes . . .'' Codes 52 
and 146 should not have been proposed for removal in association with 
this entry and they have been reinserted in the HMT.
    Boron Trifluoride Dihydrate (UN2851) This entry is incorrectly 
identified in the table of 176.84 changes as Boron Trifluoride 
Dehydrate. PHMSA agrees and has modified the table accordingly.
    ``Boron Trifluoride Dimethyl Etherate (UN2965) This entry is 
listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 21, 25, 28, 40, 49, 100, 147, 148 in 
column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel Stowage Codes 21, 28, 40, 
49, 100 are present in the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR. Per the Table of 
176.84 changes, only 25 was to be added for this entry. [There is no 
mention of adding 13, 147, 148] . . .'' Codes 13, 147, and 148 should 
not have been proposed for addition in association with this entry and 
the HMT has been amended accordingly.
    ``Bromine (UN1744) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 12, 
25, 40, 66, 74 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel stowage 
codes 12, 40, 66, 74, 89, 90 are present in the 10-1-13 version of 49 
CFR. Per the table of 176.84 changes, only 25 was to be added for this 
entry. [There is no mention of removing 89 and 90] . . .'' DGAC is 
correct and codes 89 and 90 are reinserted in the HMT.
    Bromoform (UN2515) There is no UN number shown in the table of 
176.84 changes. The appropriate UN number has been added to the table.
    ``Calcium Peroxide (UN1457) The Vessel Stowage Location listed in 
column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10-1-13 version of 49 
CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A is A.'' Although 
not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage 
category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 
37-14 of the

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IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to read C.
    ``Cerium (UN1333) This entry is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 
66, 74, 91, 147, 148 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel 
stowage codes 74 and 91 are present in the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR. 
Per the table of 176.84 changes, only 13, 147, and 148 are to be added 
for this entry and there is no mention of adding 66 . . .'' Code 66 
should not have been proposed for addition in association with this 
entry and has been removed from the HMT.
    ``Chlorocresols, Solid (UN3437) This entry is listing Vessel 
Stowage Codes 12 and 25 in column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . Vessel 
Stowage Code 12 is present in the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR. There is 
no entry in the table of 176.84 changes for Chlorocresols, Solid . . 
.'' This proposed change was noted in the NPRM table of proposed 
changes. No action needed.
    Chlorocresols Solution (UN2669) This entry is incorrectly 
identified in the table of 176.84 changes as having the UN number 
UN3437 assigned instead of UN2669. PHMSA agrees and has modified the 
table accordingly.
    ``Chloromethyl Chloroformate (UN2745) Per the table of 176.84 
changes, Vessel Stowage Code 12 is proposed to be added for this entry 
. . . The addition of 12 is not necessary as this entry already lists a 
Vessel Stowage Code 12 in column 10B per the 10-1-13 version of 49 
CFR.'' Code 12 should not have been listed in the table of changes in 
association with this entry and has been removed from the table of 
changes.
    ``Corrosive Solids, Water-Reactive, N.O.S. (UN3096) Per the table 
of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be 
added for this entry (PG I, II, and III) . . . There is no PG III entry 
for this PSN per the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR. In addition, the text 
listed for the PG II and III entries in the proposed HMT is actually 
the same as the above HMT entry for UN2923--Corrosive Solids, Toxic, 
N.O.S. . . .'' The commenter is correct. The PG III entry has been 
removed from the HMT and the PG II entry has been updated to include 
codes 13 and 148.
    ``Ferrosilicon (UN1408) Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel 
Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . 
The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a 
Vessel Stowage Code 13 in column 10B per the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR 
. . .'' Code 13 should not have been listed in the table of changes in 
association with this entry and has been removed from the table of 
changes.
    ``Lithium Peroxide (UN1472) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, Vessel 
Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . 
The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a 
Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR. 
The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the Docket HMT is C 
. . . In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location 
listed in Column 10A is A.'' Code 13 has been removed from the table of 
changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the 
NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the 
IMO in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising 
column (10A) to read C.
    ``Magnesium Peroxide (UN1476) Per the table of 176.84 changes, 
Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry 
. . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a 
Vessel Stowage Code 13 in column 10B per the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR. 
The Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A in the Docket HMT is C 
. . . In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location 
listed in column 10A is A.'' Code 13 has been removed from the table of 
changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the 
NPRM the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the 
IMO in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising 
column (10A) to read C.
    ``Metal Powder, Self-Heating, N.O.S. (UN3189) Per the table of 
176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 147, and 148 are proposed to 
be added for this entry (PG II and III) . . . This entry (PG II and 
III) is only listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 in Column 10B in 
the Docket HMT . . .'' Only codes 13 and 148 are assigned to this 
entry, and the table of changes has been updated accordingly.
    ``Metal Powders, Flammable, N.O.S. (UN3089) This entry (PG II and 
III) is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 74, 147, and 148 in column 10B 
in the proposed HMT . . . In the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, there are 
no entries for Vessel Stowage Codes in column 10B. Per the Table of 
176.84 Changes (1st entry), Vessel Stowage Code 74 is proposed to be 
added for this entry . . . Per the table of 176.84 changes (2nd entry), 
Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 74, 147, and 148 are proposed to be added for 
this entry . . .'' The table of changes has been updated to reflect 
only one HMT entry changing.
    ``Organic Peroxide Type E liquid (UN3107) Vessel Stowage Code 40 is 
listed in Column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry. Vessel Stowage 
Code 25 is not listed in Column 10B in the proposed HMT for this entry 
. . . Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, 40 was to be removed and 25 was 
to be added for this entry . . .'' The commenter is correct. Code 40 
has been removed from the HMT.
    ``Organic Peroxide Type F, Solid, Temperature Controlled (UN3120) 
Per the table of 176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Code 40 was to be 
removed and 25 was to be added for this entry . . . The removal of 40 
is not necessary as this entry does not list a Vessel Stowage Code 40 
in Column 10B per the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR.'' Code 40 has been 
removed from the table of changes.
    ``Organometallic Substance, Liquid, Water-Reactive (UN3398) The PG 
II entry for this entry is listing IP2 as a Special Provision in Column 
7 and D versus E in Column 10A . . . These changes are not present in 
the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR.'' The commenter is correct. Special 
provision IP2 has been removed from column 7 of the HMT and the correct 
stowage category for this entry is E.
    ``Organometallic Substance, Solid, Pyrophoric (UN3391) This entry 
is listing Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 in column 10B in the 
proposed HMT . . . In the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, there are no 
entries for Vessel Stowage Codes in Column 10B. There is no entry in 
the table of 176.84 changes . . . for this PSN.'' DGAC is correct. 
Codes 13 and 148 have been added to the table of changes.
    ``Oxidizing Liquid, Toxic, N.O.S. (UN3099) Per the table of 176.84 
changes, Vessel Stowage Code 106 was to be removed for this entry (PG 
I, II, and III) . . . This entry is not listing a Vessel Stowage Code 
of 95 in Column 10B for the PG II and PG III entries in the proposed 
HMT . . . In the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, Vessel Stowage Code 95 is 
listed for the PG II and PG III entries for this entry.'' DGAC is 
correct and code 95 has been placed in column (10B) for these entries.
    ``Oxidizing Solid, Corrosive, N.O.S. (UN3085) Per the table of 
176.84 changes, Vessel Stowage Code 106 was to be removed for this 
entry (PG I, II, and III) . . . This entry is not listing a Vessel 
Stowage Code of 34 in column 10B for the PG II and PG III entries in 
the proposed HMT . . . In the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, Vessel Stowage 
Code 34 is listed for the PG II and PG III listings for this entry.'' 
DGAC is correct and code 34 has been placed in column (10B) for these 
entries.
    ``Peroxides, Inorganic, N.O.S. (UN1483) The Vessel Stowage Location

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listed in Column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10-1-13 
Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A is 
A.'' Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, 
the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in 
amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column 
(10A) to read C.
    ``Phenyl Chloroformate (UN2746) Per the table of 176.84 Changes, 
Vessel Stowage Codes 21 and 10 are to be removed for this entry . . . 
Per the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, this entry does not list a Vessel 
Stowage Code 10 in Column 10B. In the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, this 
entry does however list a Vessel Stowage Code 100 in Column 10B.'' DGAC 
is correct. Code 100 is removed from the HMT.
    ``Phosphorus Pentasulfide (UN1340) This entry is listing Vessel 
Stowage Codes 13 and 148 in Column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . There 
is no entry in the Table of 176.84 Changes . . . for this PSN.'' DGAC 
is correct in that codes 13 and 148 were added by the IMO and have been 
added to the table of changes.
    ``Potassium Peroxide (UN1491) The Vessel Stowage Location listed in 
column 10A in the proposed HMT is C . . . In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 
CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is B.'' Although 
not specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage 
category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 
37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to 
read C.
    ``Potassium, Metal Alloys, Solid (UN3403) This entry is listed in 
proposed HMT with Vessel Stowage Codes 13, 52, and 148 in Column 10B . 
. . Per the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, this entry does not list any 
Vessel Stowage Codes in column 10B. Per the Table of 176.84 changes 
(1st entry), Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are to be added for this 
entry . . . Per the Table of 176.84 changes (2nd entry), Vessel Stowage 
Codes 13, 52, and 148 are to be added for this entry . . .'' There 
should have only been one entry for the PSN in the table of changes. 
The entries are consolidated and codes 13, 52, and 148 are added.
    ``Potassium Superoxide (UN2466) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, 
Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are to be added for this entry . . . 
The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a 
Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR. 
The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the proposed HMT is 
D . . . In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location 
listed in Column 10A is B.'' Code 13 is removed from the table of 
changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the 
NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the 
IMO in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. Further review of the change 
made at IMO indicates the correct stowage category to be E. As a result 
PHMSA is revising column 10A to read E.
    ``Self-Reactive Liquid Type B, Temperature Controlled (UN3231) 
Vessel Stowage Code 25 is added in Column 10B in the proposed HMT . . . 
There is no entry in the Table of 176.84 Changes . . . for this PSN.'' 
DGAC is correct and an entry for this PSN has been added to the table 
of changes.
    ``Sodium Peroxide (UN1504) Per the Table of 176.84 changes, Vessel 
Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry . . . 
The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a 
Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR. 
The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the Docket HMT is C 
. . . In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location 
listed in Column 10A is B.'' Code 13 is removed from the table of 
changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the 
NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the 
IMO in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising 
column (10A) to read C.
    ``Sodium Superoxide (UN2547) In the proposed HMT, Vessel Stowage 
Codes 13, 52, 66, 75, and 148 are listed in Column 10B. Per the 10-1-13 
version of 49 CFR, 13, 52, 66, and 75 are listed as Vessel Stowage 
Codes in Column 10B. This entry is not listed in the Table of 176.84 
Changes . . . The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A is D . . 
. In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed 
in column 10A is E.'' DGAC is correct that code 148 was added by the 
IMO and thus, has been added to the table of changes. Although not 
specifically identified in the preamble to the NPRM, the stowage 
category for this UN number has been amended by the IMO in amendment 
37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising column (10A) to 
read D.
    ``Strontium Peroxide (UN1509) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, 
Vessel Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry 
. . . The addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a 
Vessel Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR. 
The Vessel Stowage Location listed in Column 10A in the Docket HMT is C 
. . . In the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location 
listed in Column 10A is A.'' Code 13 has been removed from the table of 
changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the 
NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the 
IMO in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising 
column (10A) to read C.
    ``Zinc Peroxide (UN1516) Per the Table of 176.84 Changes, Vessel 
Stowage Codes 13 and 148 are proposed to be added for this entry. The 
addition of 13 is not necessary as this entry already lists a Vessel 
Stowage Code 13 in Column 10B per the 10-1-13 Version of 49 CFR. The 
Vessel Stowage Location listed in column 10A in the Docket HMT is C . . 
. In the 10-1-13 version of 49 CFR, the Vessel Stowage Location listed 
in Column 10A is A.'' Code 13 has been removed from the table of 
changes. Although not specifically identified in the preamble to the 
NPRM, the stowage category for this UN number has been amended by the 
IMO in amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. As a result PHMSA is revising 
column (10A) to read C.
Appendix B to Sec.  172.101
    Appendix B to Sec.  172.101 lists Marine Pollutants regulated under 
the HMR. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the List of Marine 
Pollutants by adding sixty-two new entries consistent with the IMDG 
Code. These changes include those substances that, by virtue of meeting 
the Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental 
Protection (GESAMP) defining criteria for marine pollutants, were 
either assigned a ``P'' in the dangerous goods list or identified in 
the alphabetical index to amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. The entry 
``Chlorotoluenes (meta-;para-)'' is removed based on its removal from 
the IMDG Code.
    PHMSA received two comments from the ACC regarding our proposed 
addition of one specific material, dodecene, to the list of marine 
pollutants. In its first comment, the ACC requests a 30 day extension 
of the comment period to better understand ``dodecene's place on other 
lists referenced in the proposed rule.'' ACC notes that it would use 
the time to coordinate with industry to better understand the 
information contained in the dodecene Regulation on Registration, 
Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) 
dossiers. PHMSA is denying the ACC's request for a 30 day extension of 
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comment period for this rulemaking as the revision to include dodecene 
in the Marine Pollutant List is consistent with our standard practice 
of aligning Appendix B with the indicative list of marine pollutants 
found in the IMDG Code. In its second comment, the ACC notes that the 
use of the name ``dodecene'' in both the IMDG Code and PHMSA proposed 
rule makes it unclear exactly what substance is being regulated. When 
manufactured, ``dodecene'' may represent a number of Chemical Abstracts 
Service (CAS) numbers and different chemical properties. In other 
words, this single description of dodecene may not reflect what the 
Panel members currently manufacture and ship. The ACC also notes that 
the REACH registration of a close analog of dodecene, 1-dodecene/dodec-
1-ene, indicates that dodecene would not meet the criteria of a Marine 
Pollutant, as set forth in the PHMSA list, based on aquatic toxicity 
data. The REACH dossier indicates ``conclusive but not sufficient for 
classification'' on both acute and chronic environmental categories 
associated with this compound. The inclusion of all entries proposed 
for addition in the NPRM were thoroughly vetted by several sub-
committees of the International Maritime Organization prior to adoption 
into amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. The GESAMP data assigns all 
dodecene isomers a B1 numerical rating of 4. This rating of 4 indicates 
acute aquatic toxicity, and thus merits inclusion of dodecene to the 
list of marine pollutants in Appendix B to Sec.  172.101.
Section 172.102 Special Provisions
    Section 172.102 lists special provisions applicable to the 
transportation of specific hazardous materials. Special provisions 
contain packaging requirements, prohibitions, and exceptions applicable 
to particular quantities or forms of hazardous materials. PHMSA is 
adopting the following revisions to Sec.  172.102, special provisions:
Special Provision 28
    Special provision 28 states that the dihydrated sodium salt of 
dichloroisocyanuric acid is not subject to the requirements of this 
subchapter. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 28 
to convey that the dihydrated sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid 
does not meet the definition of a Division 5.1 (oxidizer) and is not 
subject to the requirements of the subchapter unless it meets the 
criteria for inclusion in another Class or Division, such as Class 9, 
environmentally hazardous substance. Some formulations of the 
dihydrated sodium salt of dichloroisocyanuric acid meet the criteria 
for classification as an environmentally hazardous substance.
Special Provision 52
    Special provision 52 authorizes use of the HMT entry ``UN2067, 
Ammonium nitrate based fertilizer'' for substances that do not exhibit 
explosive properties of Class 1 when tested in accordance with Test 
Series 1 and 2 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I. In this 
final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 52 by removing the 
requirement to test in accordance with Test Series 1 because Test 
Series 2 determines whether such properties are indeed those of Class 
1, not Test Series 1.
Special Provision 147
    This special provision describes the composition of the material 
for which the use of the HMT entry ``UN3375, Ammonium nitrate emulsion 
or Ammonium nitrate suspension or Ammonium nitrate gel, intermediate 
for blasting explosives'' is authorized and prohibits the material from 
being classified and transported unless approved by the Associate 
Administrator. Special provision 147 requires that these substances 
must satisfactorily pass Test Series 8 of the UN Manual of Tests and 
Criteria, Part I, Section 18. Test Series 8 contains four test types. 
Tests 8(a), (b) and (c) are used for classification purposes while Test 
8(d) is used to assess suitability for transport in portable tanks. The 
use of this entry (UN 3375) therefore requires only that Tests 8(a), 
(b) and (c) are satisfactorily passed. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising special provision 147 by clarifying that Tests 8(a), (b) and 
(c), not the entire Test Series 8, are required for use in 
classification and subsequent approval by the Associate Administrator. 
PHMSA received one comment from IME in support of this revision.
Special Provision 160
    Special provision 160 is presently assigned to ``UN3268, Air bag 
inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners'' in Class 9. 
Special provision 160 includes the requirement that air bag inflators 
and modules must be tested in accordance with Test series 6 (c) of Part 
I of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising special provision 160 in conjunction with revising the proper 
shipping name for UN3268 to ``Safety devices, electrically initiated.'' 
The entry is revised to clarify that it applies to safety devices used 
in vehicles including vessels and aircraft, and pyromechanical devices 
that are added to the list of authorized devices. The development of 
safety products has seen significant progress since the introduction of 
UN3268 and the range of current products extends beyond what can 
presently be assigned to UN3268. Some of the newer safety products 
include elements that are actuated by the electrical signal of the 
crash sensor (e.g. pyromechanical devices). Examples include: Devices 
that interrupt the electrical connection in case of emergency by 
disconnecting the main power cable in the vehicle from the battery to 
prevent short circuit and consequentially minimize the risk of fire in 
the vehicle; and actuators which are used for active headrests or for 
pedestrian protection to release special hinges of the engine hood. In 
addition, PHMSA is clarifying that this entry does not apply to life 
saving appliances described in Sec.  173.219 (UN Nos. 2990 and 3072).
    PHMSA received comments from Key Safety Systems, TK Holdings Inc., 
and TRW Automotive requesting that special provision 160 be revised to 
note that if the air bag inflator unit and or pyromechanical device 
satisfactorily passes the series 6(c) test, it is not necessary to 
repeat the test on the air bag module. PHMSA is not convinced the 
requested change is necessary. The purpose of the exception from 
testing in this special provision is to state that air bag modules do 
not need to be tested if the air bag inflators were tested. Air bag 
inflators are any article used to inflate a module, which includes 
inflators that use compressed gas, gas generant tablets, or a hybrid 
design. Pyromechanical devices are generally piston type devices and 
would not be used to inflate modules. Therefore the addition of 
``pyromechanical devices'' to the sentence in SP160 excepting air bag 
modules from being re-tested would not be appropriate.
Special Provision 161
    Special provision 161 required that for domestic transportation the 
alternate shipping description ``Articles, pyrotechnic for technical 
purposes'' be used to describe air bag inflators, air bag modules and 
seat-belt pretensioners (UN0503) meeting the criteria for a Division 
1.4G explosive. This was done to ensure a different shipping name was 
used to describe these articles to differentiate them from air bag 
inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners (UN3268) in 
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the UN Model Regulations, is adopting new proper shipping names for 
these items, ``Safety devices'' (UN3268) for those articles assigned to 
Class 9, and ``Safety Devices, pyrotechnic'' (UN0503) for those 
articles assigned to Division 1.4G. Since the proper shipping names for 
these items would no longer be the same, there would be no need to use 
a different proper shipping name for these articles assigned to 
Division 1.4G. Therefore the need for this special provision would be 
obsolete and we are deleting it from the regulations and deleting its 
reference from the UN0503 entry in the HMT. Under this revision, for 
domestic transportation, air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-
belt pretensioners (UN0503) meeting the criteria for a Division 1.4G 
explosive, that are currently described as ``Articles, pyrotechnic for 
technical purposes'' would be described as ``Safety devices, 
pyrotechnic'' (UN0503).
Special Provision 238
    Special provision 238 addresses the shipment of neutron radiation 
detectors. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 238 
to align with the UN Model Regulations special provision 373 by 
expanding the transport conditions for neutron radiation detectors and 
radiation detection systems containing such detectors. Paragraph a. is 
restructured into: (a)(1), general transport requirements; (a)(2), 
requirements for radiation detectors transported as individual 
components; and (a)(3), requirements for completed neutron radiation 
detection systems containing detectors. Consistent with the UN Model 
Regulations, PHMSA is adopting the following revisions to the transport 
conditions: [1] In (a)(1), increase the total amount of gas authorized 
per detector from 12.8 grams to 13 grams; clarify that the minimum 
burst pressure is demonstrated by design type qualification testing; 
and add a new leaktightness standard; [2] in (a)(2), clarify that in 
addition to being packed in a strong outer package, that the completed 
package must be capable of withstanding a drop of 1.8 meters (6-foot) 
without leakage of gas contents; and increase the total amount of gas 
from all detectors per outer packaging from 51.2 grams to 52 grams; and 
[3], in (a)(3), add a new requirement that for completed neutron 
radiation detection systems, the detectors must be contained in a 
strong sealed outer casing; and adding a new requirement that the 
completed system must be capable of withstanding a 1.8 meter (6-foot) 
drop test without leakage unless a system's outer casing affords 
equivalent protection.
    PHMSA received a comment from James Lynch asking how the 1 x 
10-\10\ cm\3\/s leaktightness prior to filling limit was 
arrived at and proposing an alternative limit amount. The limit, as 
proposed and adopted, was determined by the UN Committee of Experts on 
the Transport of Dangerous Goods to provide an appropriate level of 
safety to ensure essentially no gas will leak from the detector once 
filled. In the interest harmonization is maintaining the limit as 
proposed in the NPRM. Mr. Lynch also commented that in paragraph 
(a)(1)(iii) that the 1800 kPa should specify ``gauge.'' While Mr. Lynch 
is correct that paragraph (a)(1)(iii) is applicable pressure at the 
``gauge,'' in the interest of harmonization PHMSA is maintaining the 
revisions as proposed in the NPRM.
    PHMSA received a comment from Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc. 
requesting a 90 day extension of the final rule comment period to 
further review the logistical and technical impact of these proposed 
regulation changes for the transportation of neutron radiation 
detectors. PHMSA is denying Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc.'s request for 
an extension of the comment period for this final rule. We are revising 
the HMR to maintain alignment with international standards by 
incorporating various amendments, including revision of the transport 
conditions for neutron radiation detectors in special provision 238. In 
addition, the revisions to special provision 238 do not invalidate 
existing special permits or de minimis interpretations issued by PHMSA. 
Further, for reasons mentioned elsewhere in this rulemaking, it is 
imperative that a harmonization rulemaking be published on or near 
January 1st, 2015 to facilitate unencumbered commerce. It is important 
to note that the transport provisions for these detectors in the ICAO 
TI, which this final rule harmonizes with, will become effective 
January 1st, 2015.
Special Provision 342
    This special provision, assigned to ``UN1040, Ethylene oxide or 
Ethylene oxide with nitrogen'' allows sterilization devices containing 
ethylene oxide, conforming to the conditions in the special provision, 
and packaged in accordance with Sec.  173.4a of the HMR to be offered 
for transportation and transported by all modes even though Column (9A) 
of the Sec.  172.101 HMT lists the material as forbidden by passenger 
aircraft.
    Consistent with the ICAO TI, in this final rule PHMSA is further 
clarifying that irrespective of both Columns (9A) and (9B) of the Sec.  
172.101 HMT listing the material as forbidden, ethylene oxide 
conforming to the conditions in the special provision is eligible for 
air transport. Specifically, we are supplementing the language in this 
special provision ``irrespective of the restriction of Sec.  
173.4a(b)'' with ``and the indication of ``forbidden'' in columns (9A) 
and (9B) of the Sec.  172.101 table.''
Special Provision 362
    Special provision 362 specifies when a material can be considered a 
chemical under pressure. Specifically, the special provision states 
that classification of these materials is to be based on hazard 
characteristics of the components in the propellant, the liquid, or the 
solid forms. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising special provision 
362 by adding a new paragraph (f) to clarify that chemicals under 
pressure containing components forbidden for transport on both 
passenger and cargo aircraft must not be transported by air. PHMSA 
received one comment from DGAC noting that as proposed special 
provision 362 has two paragraph d's. PHMSA has amended the final rule 
text to ensure proper paragraph sequencing.
Special Provision 367
    A new special provision 367 is added to clarify that the proper 
shipping name ``Paint related material'' or ``Printing ink related 
material'' may be used for consignments of packages containing both 
``Paint'' and ``Paint related material'' or ``Printing Ink'' and 
``Printing ink related material'' in the same package and sharing the 
same identification number (UN 1210, UN 1263, UN 3066, UN 3469, or UN 
3470). For example, ``UN1263, Paint including paint, lacquer, enamel, 
stain, shellac solutions, varnish, polish, liquid filler, and liquid 
lacquer base'' and ``UN1263, Paint related material'' contained in the 
same package, may be consigned under the entry ``UN1263, Paint related 
material including paint thinning, drying, removing, or reducing 
compound.'' Paint mainly consists of resin, pigment and solvent. 
Thinning compounds consist primarily of solvent as well. Thus, under 
the same UN entry, there is no difference between ``Paint'' and ``Paint 
related material'' with regard to transport requirements. PHMSA 
received one comment from COSTHA providing support for this new 
provision. COSTHA noted that this provision will greatly enhance the 
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Special Provision 368
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding new special provision 368 and 
assigning it to ``UN2910, Radioactive material, excepted package-
limited quantity of material'' to clarify that in the case of non-
fissile or fissile-excepted uranium hexafluoride, the material must be 
classified under UN3507 or UN2978.
Special Provision 369
    The 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations has adopted a 
new proper shipping name of ``UN3507, Uranium hexafluoride, radioactive 
material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg per package, non-fissile 
or fissile-excepted'', to address small quantities of uranium 
hexafluoride containing corrosive properties, thus a new special 
provision is necessary in the HMR. In this final rule, PHMSA assigns 
special provision 369 to UN3507 to specify a primary hazard of Class 8 
with subsidiary risk of Class 7, subject to certain conditions.
Special Provision 370
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding new special provision 370 and 
assigning it to the revised HMT entry ``UN0222, Ammonium Nitrate.'' In 
the NPRM, PHMSA proposed revising the proper shipping name for UN0222 
by removing the qualifying italicized text assigned to UN0222 and 
including it in this special provision. Based on a comment submitted by 
IME and discussed in the section-by-section review of amendments to 
Column (2) of the HMT, we are not moving the qualifying italicized text 
from the proper shipping name to the special provision in this final 
rule. In this final rule, we are maintaining paragraph b. of special 
provision 370 as proposed in the NPRM to clarify that ammonium nitrate 
with not more than 0.2% combustible substances, including any organic 
substance calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any added 
substance, that gives a positive result when tested in accordance with 
Test Series 2 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part I must be 
assigned to UN0222.
Special Provision 371
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision 371 and 
assigning it to ``UN3164, Articles, pressurized pneumatic or hydraulic 
containing non-flammable gas.'' This special provision sets forth the 
requirements for confetti-shooters pressurized with gas instead of 
pyrotechnics. The shooter consists in principle, of a jacket of 
cardboard, the pressurized receptacle filled with compressed air or 
nitrogen, a lock mechanism made of plastics, a plug of rubber and a 
metal cap for closing the receptacle, and different types of confetti. 
By turning a ring, or the bottom part of the shooter, a mechanism is 
unlocked and the pressurized gas is discharged so that the confetti is 
shot away for a few meters. This type of shooter does not contain any 
amount of explosives and therefore cannot be assigned to Class 1, and 
does not meet the requirements for gas cartridges or small pressure 
receptacles. The requirements set forth in the special provision ensure 
the same level of safety as for confetti-shooters with pyrotechnics.
Special Provision 372
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision 372 and 
assigning it to the new HMT entry ``UN3508, Capacitor, asymmetric.'' 
This special provision states that this entry applies to asymmetric 
capacitors with an energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 watt hours 
(Wh) and that asymmetric capacitors with an energy storage capacity of 
0.3 Wh or less are not subject to the requirements of this subchapter. 
This special provision also provides that nickel-carbon asymmetric 
capacitors containing Class 8 alkaline electrolytes must be transported 
as UN 2795, Batteries, wet, filled with alkali, electric storage. PHMSA 
received one comment from COSTHA supporting the amendment as proposed 
noting that this provision now gives clear guidance on how 
manufacturers are to ship these articles.
Special Provision A60
    Special provision A60 permits ``UN2014, Hydrogen peroxide, aqueous 
solution,'' to be transported in excepted quantities. The special 
provision authorizes packagings to include a vent to permit the slow 
escape of gas (i.e. not more than 0.1 mL/hour per 30 mL inner packaging 
at 20 [deg]C (68 [deg]F) produced from gradual decomposition. As 
venting is permitted, the requirements of Sec. Sec.  173.24(g)(1) and 
173.27(c) are impracticable and should not apply. To address the issue, 
the ICAO DGP adopted a proposal to clarify that these general 
requirements prohibiting venting should not be applicable. In this 
final rule, we are harmonizing with the ICAO TI and waiving the general 
requirements of Sec. Sec.  173.24(g)(1) and 173.27(c). Special 
provision A60 is revised accordingly.
Special Provision A61
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision A61 and 
assigning it to the HMT entries ``UN 3107, Organic peroxide type E, 
liquid'' and ``UN 3109, Organic peroxide type F, liquid.'' PHMSA is 
aligning with Packing Instruction 570 of the ICAO TI to allow for 
limited venting of oxygen in the case of specialized peroxyacetic acid 
packagings when transported by cargo aircraft, provided the packaging 
requirements of this special provision are met. It was reported to the 
ICAO DGP that peroxyacetic acid was commonly used as a sterilizer for 
health care purposes and that there is a need to transport the material 
by air for use in sterilizing medical equipment using custom 
packagings. The basis for the requirements that these specialized 
packagings must meet originated from exemptions to permit the transport 
of this substance in small containers approved by several national 
authorities. The inclusion of this new special provision will eliminate 
the need for these exemptions and facilitate international transport.
IBC Codes and IP Codes
    Section 172.102(c)(4) prescribes situations where Large Packagings 
are authorized. In this final rule, PHMSA is authorizing the use of 
large packagings for lithium batteries without assigning IB3 or IB8 to 
the corresponding entries in the Sec.  172.101 Table by adding a 
reference to Sec.  173.185 before the reference to Sec.  173.225(e). 
See Section 173.185 Lithium batteries for a detailed discussion of the 
proposed a use of rigid large packagings for lithium batteries. In this 
final rule, PHMSA is authorizing the use of large packagings for 
lithium batteries without assigning IB3 or IB8 to the corresponding 
entries in the Sec.  172.101 Table by revising by adding a reference to 
Sec.  173.185 before the reference to Sec.  173.225(e). See Section 
173.185 Lithium batteries for a detailed discussion of the proposed a 
use of rigid large packagings for lithium batteries.
    In two final rules published in the Federal Register on January 19, 
2011 (76 FR 3308; HM-215K) and January 7, 2013 (78 FR 988; HM-215L) the 
Table 1 (IBC Codes) in paragraph (c)(4) were editorially revised to 
remove UN Specifications 31A, 31B, 31N, 31H1, 31H2, 31HZ1, and 31HZ2 
from IBC Codes IB4 through IB8. The revisions were consistent with 
amendments to the UN Model Regulations that removed the specifications 
from the indicated codes in the table because IBC Codes IB4 through IB8 
are assigned to solids, whereas, UN Specifications 31A, 31B, 31N, 31H1, 
31H2, 31HZ1, and 31HZ2 are authorized for transportation of liquids and 
IBC Codes IB1 through IB3 and are assigned to liquid materials only. 
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of Dangerous Goods (UNCOE) in this last biennium indicated that the 
removal of the above UN Specifications from IBC Codes IB4 through IB8 
has created a problem. Prior to implementation of these revisions, 
certain liquid IBC types were used to transport powdery solids and 
solids that become liquid under conditions of transport. These solids 
may be loaded and unloaded from the IBC in liquid form raising the 
question of whether the remaining IBCs, which are intended for gravity 
or pressure discharge, are appropriate. The UN sub-committee adopted a 
proposal to reinstate the IBCs that were previously authorized. In this 
final rule, we are harmonizing with the UN Model Regulations by 
revising the IBC Codes IB4 through IB8 in paragraph (c)(4), Table 1 
(IBC Codes) to reinstate IBC's previously authorized.
    A new IP Code 16 is added and assigned to UN3375. Consistent with 
international regulations, this special provision would authorize 
require IBCs of type 31A and 31N if approved by the Associate 
Administrator.
Special Provision TP47
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new special provision TP47 
and assigning it to the organometallic substance HMT entries UN3393 
through UN3399. The special provision waives the 2.5 year internal 
inspection for portable tanks used for the transport of liquid and 
solid organometallic substances provided that the portable tank remains 
in the dedicated service of transporting organometallic substances. 
However, all other required 2.5 year inspections and tests would still 
be performed, as well as the full 5 year periodic test and inspection, 
which would include an internal inspection.
    Before an internal inspection can be performed, the tank must be 
cleaned and purged. In this process, it is difficult to ensure that 
water, impurities, or contaminants introduced during cleaning are fully 
removed before organometallic substances are again introduced into the 
tank, which could potentially result in a dangerous reaction or have an 
effect on the purity of the product. Since these organometallic 
substances are fully compatible with and are not corrosive to the 
materials of construction used in such tanks, the likelihood that an 
internal inspection will reveal any corrosion, pitting or other 
deterioration of the tank is unlikely. To increase safety and avoid the 
risk of a dangerous reaction or product contamination the 2.5 year 
internal inspection is waived, provided the portable tank remains in 
the dedicated service of transporting organometallic substances and the 
tank does exhibit damaged or corroded areas, leakage, or other 
conditions that indicate a deficiency in accordance with Sec.  
180.605(f). PHMSA received one comment from Dow Chemical in support of 
this special provision.
Section 172.204
    This section describes the text that must be contained within the 
shipper's certification on a shipping paper. PHMSA received a comment 
from Gregory Sutherland noting that PHMSA did not propose in the NPRM 
to align the text with the requirements of the UN Model Regulations and 
the IMDG Code in Section 172.204(a)(2) to allow the shipper's 
certification to be either below or above the required elements of a 
shipping paper. PHMSA agrees that harmonizing provisions for shipper's 
certification placement and language, by providing the allowance to 
place the certification either below or above other required elements, 
is necessary to facilitate international commerce. As a result, PHMSA 
is adding a note following Sec.  172.204(a)(2) to allow substitution of 
the word ``below'' for the currently authorized ``above'' if 
appropriate.
Section 172.315
    In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the 
limited quantity markings prescribed in Sec.  172.315(a)(2) and (b)(2) 
to be consistent with the revised specifications in the UN Model 
Regulations. To promote uniformity and consistency with the UN Model 
Regulations we are allowing manufacturers and printers necessary time 
to produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to 
deplete supplies of existing markings. PHMSA is adding a transitional 
period to authorize a limited quantity marking that is in conformance 
with the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 
2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. PHMSA received one comment 
from DGAC noting that many packages, especially those containing 
consumer products, may be permanently marked with the limited quantity 
marking and remain in the distribution cycle for an extended period of 
time. DGAC recommended that a provision be added which authorizes 
limited quantity markings conforming to the current requirements and 
permanently affixed to a package to be authorized for the useful life 
of the package. PHMSA agrees that there may be packages or packagings 
marked for an indefinite period of time and is adding a new paragraph 
(a)(2)(ii) and (b)(2)(ii) to Sec.  172.315 to read ``For domestic 
transportation, a packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and in 
conformance with the requirements of this paragraph in effect on 
December 31, 2014, may continue in service until the end of its useful 
life.''
Section 172.317
    To promote the uniformity of the ``Keep Away From Heat'' handling 
mark throughout the international transportation community, the ICAO 
Technical Instructions have adopted revisions to clarify and 
standardize the specifications for this hazard communications element. 
In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications in Sec.  
172.317(b) to be consistent with the revised specifications in the ICAO 
TI. Thus, we are adopting provisions to allow manufacturers and 
printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the revised 
specifications, and to deplete supplies of existing markings. We are 
also adopting a transitional period to authorize a ``Keep Away From 
Heat'' handling mark that is in conformance with the requirements of 
the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until 
December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a 
packaging marked with a ``Keep Away From Heat'' handling mark prior to 
January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the 
regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service 
until the end of its useful life.
Section 172.322
    In this final rule, PHMSA is clarifying in Sec.  172.322(a)(2) and 
(b), that the marking requirements for marine pollutants are required 
unless otherwise provided for in the regulations.
    In Sec.  172.322(e), PHMSA is deleting the obsolete date of January 
14, 2010 for the requirements for the marine pollutant mark.
    To promote the uniformity of the marine pollutant mark throughout 
the international transportation community, the UN Model Regulations 
have adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications 
for this hazard communications element. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising Sec.  172.322(e) to be consistent with the revised 
specifications for this marking in the UN Model Regulations. We are 
also adopting a transitional period to authorize a marine pollutant 
mark that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in 
effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016, so 
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existing supply and to produce markings that conform to the revised 
specifications. For domestic transportation, we are authorizing a 
packaging marked with a marine pollutant mark prior to January 1, 2017 
and in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect 
on December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its 
useful life.
Section 172.326
    Section 172.326 prescribes marking requirements for portable tanks. 
PHMSA received a comment from Edward Altemos noting that in the NPRM 
PHMSA did not propose to harmonize this section with recent changes 
adopted into Amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. Amendment 37-14 of the 
IMDG Code adopted a reduced size proper shipping name exception for 
portable tanks having a capacity of less than 3,000 L (792.52 gallons). 
Prior to this amendment proper shipping name markings on all portable 
tanks were required to be at least 65 mm (2.5 inches) high. Mr. Atlemos 
requests PHMSA harmonize with the IMDG Code on this issue. PHMSA agrees 
and is amending paragraph (a) accordingly.
Section 172.327
    To promote the uniformity of markings, in this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising and clarifying the specifications for the ``petroleum sour 
crude oil'' mark prescribed in Sec.  172.327(a) to be consistent with 
the revised specifications for markings in the UN Model Regulations. 
Also, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce 
markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for 
the depletion of supplies of existing markings, we are adopting a 
transitional period to authorize a ``petroleum sour crude oil'' mark 
that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in 
effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. For 
domestic transportation, we are authorizing a packaging marked with a 
``petroleum sour crude oil mark'' prior to January 1, 2017 and in 
conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on 
December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful 
life.
Section 172.407
    The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and 
standardize the specifications for labels to promote the uniformity of 
hazard communications labels throughout the international 
transportation community. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising Sec.  
172.407(c) to be consistent with UN Model Regulations. In addition, 
PHMSA is revising (d)(2)(iii) that provides a color alternative for the 
symbol on the ORGANIC PEROXIDE LABEL to be consistent with the UN Model 
Regulations. Also to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations, and 
to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce labels 
that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the 
depletion of supplies of existing labels, we are adopting a 
transitional period to authorize a label that is in conformance with 
the requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to 
be used until December 31, 2016.
    PHMSA received one comment from DGAC noting that many packages may 
be permanently labeled and remain in service for an extended period of 
time. DGAC recommended that a provision be added which authorizes 
labels conforming to the current requirements and permanently affixed 
to a package to be authorized for the life of the package. PHMSA agrees 
that there may be packages or packagings labeled for an indefinite 
period of time and in response is adding a new paragraph (c)(1)(iv) to 
Sec.  172.407 to read ``For domestic transportation, a packaging 
labeled prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the 
requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, may 
continue in service until the end of its useful life.''
    Finally, PHMSA is adding paragraph (d)(2)(iv) to permit, consistent 
with the UN Model Regulations, a FLAMMABLE GAS label to be displayed on 
cylinders and gas cartridges for liquefied petroleum gases, where the 
symbol may be shown in the background color of the receptacle if 
adequate contrast is provided.
Section 172.512
    The placarding requirements for freight containers and aircraft 
unit load devices are described in Sec.  172.512. The reference in 
Sec.  172.512(a)(3) to part 7; chapter 2, section 2.7 of the ICAO TI in 
this paragraph is inaccurate. This reference became inaccurate because 
part 7; chapter 2, section 2.7 of the ICAO TI now refers to replacement 
of labels, whereas section 2.8 refers to identification of unit load 
devices containing dangerous goods. PHMSA is revising this paragraph 
for the correct reference to cite part 7; chapter 2, section 2.8.
Section 172.519
    The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and 
standardize the specifications for placards. In this final rule, PHMSA 
is revising the specifications for placards prescribed in Sec.  
172.519(c) to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations. 
Additionally, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to 
produce placards that conform to the revised specifications, and to 
allow for the depletion of supplies of existing placards, we are 
providing a transitional period. This transitional period authorizes a 
placard that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations 
in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. 
Finally, PHMSA realizes that in domestic transportation, numerous 
placards of a semi-permanent nature are in service. PHMSA is allowing, 
that for domestic transportation, a placard manufactured prior to 
January 1, 2017, in conformance with the requirements of the 
regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in domestic 
service until the end of its useful life provided the color tolerances 
are maintained and are in accordance with the display requirements of 
the subchapter.

Part 173

Section 173.2a
    Section 173.2a outlines classification requirements for materials 
having more than one hazard. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending 
paragraph (a)(1) to note that shipments of ``UN3507, Uranium 
hexafluoride, radioactive material, excepted package, less than 0.1 kg 
per package'' are not required to apply the radioactive hazard as the 
primary hazard. This change is adopted to incorporate the 
transportation provisions for excepted packages of uranium hexafluoride 
adopted in the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the 
IMDG Code and the ICAO TI.
Section 173.3
    The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and 
standardize the specifications for markings. In this final rule, PHMSA 
is revising the specifications for markings for salvage packagings 
prescribed in Sec.  173.3(c)(3); salvage cylinders prescribed in Sec.  
173.3(d)(3); and prescribing requirements for the marking of the 
proposed large salvage packaging in Sec.  173.3(f) to be consistent 
with the revised specifications for salvage packaging markings in the 
UN Model Regulations. Also, to be consistent with the UN Model 
Regulations, and to allow shippers necessary time to implement the new 
marking requirements, we are adopting a transitional period to 
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marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations 
in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. 
PHMSA also realizes that salvage packagings and salvage cylinders are 
typically marked in a durable manner. PHMSA is authorizing, for 
domestic transportation, a salvage packaging or a salvage cylinder that 
is marked prior to January 1, 2017 in conformance with the requirements 
of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in 
service until the end of its useful life. PHMSA received one comment 
from RIPA supporting the transition period for ``already fabricated and 
durably marked salvage packagings,'' but requesting an additional 
transition year for embossed packagings. PHMSA notes however, that as 
is being adopted in this final rule a salvage cylinder that is marked 
prior to January 1, 2017 in conformance with the requirements of the 
regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, may continue in service 
until the end of its useful life.
    Also PHMSA is adding a new paragraph (f) to Sec.  173.3 authorizing 
and prescribing the use of large salvage packaging for all modes of 
transportation other than air. PHMSA received one comment from RIPA 
providing general support for the amendments as proposed.
Section 173.4a
    The UN Model Regulations have been revised to clarify and 
standardize the specifications for the marking of excepted quantities 
of packaged hazardous materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising 
Sec.  173.4a(g)(2) to be consistent with the revised specifications for 
these markings in the UN Model Regulations. We are adding a transition 
period so that manufacturers and printers can produce markings that 
conform to the revised specifications, and deplete existing supplies. 
An excepted quantities marking that is in conformance with the 
requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, can be 
used until December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we are 
authorizing a packaging marked with an excepted quantities marking 
prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of 
the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service 
until the end of its useful life.
Section 173.9
    In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the 
fumigant marking prescribed in Sec.  173.9(e) to be consistent with the 
revised specifications for these markings in the UN Model Regulations. 
Also consistent with the UN Model Regulations, to allow manufacturers 
and printers necessary time to produce markings that conform to the 
revised specifications, and to allow for the depletion of supplies of 
existing markings, we are authorizing a transitional period to 
authorize a fumigant marking that is in conformance with the 
requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to be 
used until December 31, 2016.
Section 173.11
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new Sec.  173.11 that 
provides exceptions to the regulations for certain light bulbs 
containing hazardous materials based on their transport conditions, the 
quantity of hazardous materials contained in each light bulb or 
package, and the type of packaging. This new section is consistent with 
newly adopted provisions in the UN Model Regulations. In the NPRM, 
PHMSA proposed using the term ``lamp'' in this section for consistency 
with the language contained in the UN Model Regulations. However, a 
reference to ``light bulbs'' remained in Sec.  173.307(a)(6). PHMSA 
received one comment from Alaska Airlines noting that this may be 
confusing for shippers and suggested defining the terms lamp and light 
bulb. We agree that using both of these terms may be confusing; however 
we do not believe there is a need for defining these two terms as they 
apply to the same commodity. Therefore, in this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising the language in Sec.  173.11 and Sec.  173.307 to include the 
term ``lamp'' in association with ``light bulb.''
Section 173.24
    In this final rule, PHMSA is revising Sec.  173.24 to authorize the 
use of supplementary packagings within an outer packaging (e.g., an 
intermediate packaging or a receptacle inside a required inner 
packaging) in addition to what is required by the regulations provided 
all applicable requirements are met and, if appropriate, suitable 
cushioning is used to prevent movement within the packaging. This 
revision is consistent with newly adopted provisions in the UN Model 
Regulations. PHMSA received one comment from Veolia requesting 
clarification that the newly proposed requirement under Sec.  
173.24(c)(2) for the use of ``appropriate suitable cushioning'' is only 
required when movement of the inner receptacles within the outer 
packaging would result in breakage of the inner receptacles during 
transportation. PHMSA has revised Sec.  173.24(c)(2) to clarify that 
appropriate suitable cushioning is only required when necessary.
Section 173.25
    To promote the uniformity of markings, the UN Model Regulations 
have been revised to clarify and standardize the specifications for the 
overpack marking. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising Sec.  
173.25(a)(4) to be consistent with the revised specifications for these 
markings in the UN Model Regulations. Also consistent with the UN Model 
Regulations, to allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to 
produce markings that conform to the revised specifications, and to 
allow for the depletion of supplies of existing markings, we are 
adopting a transitional period to authorize an overpack marking that is 
in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on 
December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. For domestic 
transportation, we are authorizing an overpack marked with an overpack 
marking prior to January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the 
requirements of the regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to 
continue in service until the end of its useful life. PHMSA received 
one comment from RIPA providing general support for this amendment.
Section 173.62
    Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, in this final rule, PHMSA 
is revising Sec.  173.62 relating to specific packaging requirements 
for explosives as follows:
    In paragraph (b), in the Explosives Table, the entry for UN0222 is 
revised to expand the packaging authorizations to include Packing 
Instruction 117 in addition to the existing Packaging Instructions 
112(b) and 112(c).
    In paragraph (c), in the Table of Packing Methods, Packing 
Instruction 116 is revised to delete provision 5, which states that 
woven plastic bags (5H2 or 5H3) must be used only for UN 0082, 0241, 
0331 and 0332. Packing Instruction 117 is revised to add provision 5 
which states, ``For UN0222, when other than metal or rigid plastics 
IBCs are used, they must be offered for transportation in a closed 
freight container or a closed transport vehicle.''; and provision 6 
which states, ``For UN0222, flexible IBCs must be sift-proof and water-
resistant or must be fitted with a sift-proof and water-resistant 
liner.'' Packing Instructions 131 and 137 are revised to expand the 
authorization for outer packagings to include solid plastic boxes 
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Section 173.115
    Section 173.115 prescribes the definitions for Class 2 materials. 
In this final rule a new paragraph (m) is added to define the term 
``Adsorbed gas.'' The term means a gas which when packaged for 
transport is adsorbed onto a solid porous material resulting in an 
internal receptacle pressure of less than 101.3 kPa at 20 [deg]C and 
less than 300 kPa at 50 [deg]C.
    Currently the HMR do not prescribe requirements for the transport 
of adsorbed gases. In this final rule, PHMSA is adopting various 
transportation requirements for adsorbed gases. Therefore in this final 
rule we are adopting the above definition of an adsorbed gas based on 
the definition found in the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model 
Regulations, the IMDG Code and the ICAO TI.
Section 173.121
    Section 173.121 prescribes the requirements for the selection of 
packing groups for Class 3 flammable liquids. Paragraph (b) of this 
section describes the criteria for inclusion of viscous Class 3 
materials in Packing Group III. Paragraph (b)(1)(ii) currently states 
that the mixture cannot contain any substances with a primary or 
subsidiary risk of Division 6.1 or Class 8. In this final rule, PHMSA 
is revising paragraph (b)(1)(ii) to clarify that a mixture or any 
separated solvent cannot contain any substances with a primary or 
subsidiary risk of Division 6.1 or Class 8. This change is consistent 
with the current language in the 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model 
Regulations, the IMDG Code and the ICAO TI.
Section 173.127
    In this final rule, PHMSA is revising Sec.  173.127(a) to authorize 
an alternative test for assigning packing groups to Division 5.1 
oxidizing solids. The test is in addition to the currently authorized 
test using potassium bromate/cellulose mixture. The alternative test 
uses calcium peroxide as a reference substance which is neither 
carcinogenic nor as acutely toxic as potassium bromate. In addition, 
the alternative test replaces the highly subjective visual 
determination of the burning time with a gravimetric determination of 
the burning rate. This change is consistent with the test adopted into 
the UN Model Regulations.
Section 173.151
    Section 173.151 provides exceptions for Class 4 hazardous 
materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (b) to 
replace a pre-existing paragraph (b)(2) relating to exceptions for 
charcoal briquettes (NA1361) that was inadvertently deleted in the 
final rule dated January 7, 2013 (HM-215K; 78 FR 1101).
Section 173.161
    Section 173.161 prescribes packaging requirements for chemical kits 
and first aid kits that contain small amounts of hazardous materials. 
Paragraph (b)(2) contains the requirement that ``The packing group 
assigned to the chemical kit and first aid kit as a whole must be the 
most stringent packing group assigned to any individual substance in 
the kit . . .'' This requirement creates problems for shippers and air 
transport acceptance personnel because it does not specify what must be 
shown for the packing group on the shipping paper, or what packaging 
standard must be applied to kits containing hazardous materials to 
which no packing group is assigned. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising paragraph (b)(2) to require that for kits containing only 
hazardous materials to which no packing group is assigned, a packing 
group need not be indicated on the shipping paper although such 
packagings shall meet the Packing Group II performance level. PHMSA 
received one comment from UPS providing full support for the amendments 
as proposed.
Section 173.164
    Section 173.164 prescribes requirements for the transportation of 
Mercury (metallic and articles containing mercury). In this final rule, 
PHMSA is eliminating the existing exception for lamps containing 
mercury in paragraph (a)(5) since this exception will be covered in the 
new Sec.  173.11 relating to exceptions for shipment of light bulbs 
containing hazardous materials.
Section 173.166
    Section 173.166 prescribes requirements for the transportation of 
air bag inflators, air bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners, UN3268 
and UN0503. Due to technological developments, new safety devices for 
vehicles are becoming available. The devices include pyromechanical 
devices that meet the definition of a hazardous material but are not 
accurately described by the proper shipping names Air bag inflators, 
Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners. The proper shipping name 
for these devices has been revised in the UN Model Regulations to 
``Safety devices, electrically initiated'' for UN 3268 and ``Safety 
devices, pyrotechnic'' for UN0503. Consistent with the UN Model 
Regulations, PHMSA is adopting these revised proper shipping names and 
revising Sec.  173.166 to adopt the term ``Safety Devices'' for these 
items. An entry for the existing proper shipping name ``Air bag 
inflators, or Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners'' has been 
left in the Sec.  172.101 Hazardous Materials Table to direct the 
reader to the new proper shipping names ``Safety devices, electrically 
initiated'' and ``Safety devices, pyrotechnic.'' PHMSA received 
multiple comments (Takata, Autoliv, TRW Automotive, and COSTHA) 
supporting the inclusion of new proper shipping names for ``Safety 
devices.''
    The current Sec.  173.166(b)(1)(iv) provides that under certain 
conditions a Class 9 (UN3268) air bag inflator, air bag module, or 
seat-belt pretensioner design is not required to be submitted to the 
Associate Administrator for approval or assigned an EX number. In the 
NPRM, PHMSA proposed not extending this exception to all Class 9 safety 
devices and maintaining this exception only for air bag inflators, air 
bag modules, and seat-belt pretensioners. All other types of safety 
devices, such as pyromechanical devices, that are candidates for Class 
9 must be submitted to the Associate Administrator for approval. 
Takata, Autoliv, TRW Automotive, and COSTHA provided comments opposing 
PHMSA's proposal to not extend this exception to all ``Safety, 
devices.'' A summary of the commenters' positions follows:
     Employees who prepare shipping papers will have a 
difficult task to determine when an EX number is or is not required to 
be contained on the shipping paper, and training for this requirement 
by January 1, 2015 will be difficult to achieve.
     Automated software used to prepare shipping papers for 
hazardous materials will not be capable of differentiating between air 
bag inflators, air bag modules, seat-belt pretensioners and all other 
Class 9 (UN3268) safety devices. Software programs are written to 
either require an EX number or not require an EX number for UN3268 
(Class 9) devices.
     Carriers are not capable of determining when a Class 9, 
UN3268 ``Safety Device'' does or does not require an EX number on the 
shipping papers.
     PHMSA approved explosives test labs will witness testing 
of Safety Devices, other than air bag inflators, air bag modules and 
seat-belt pretensioners, to determine proper classification. The 
devices will either pass criteria for classification as Class 9 
(UN3268), Class 1.4G (UN0503) or they will fail to obtain 
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will be no increased risk to safety based on the explosives examiner's 
classification determination.
     The new Safety Devices, other than air bag inflators, air 
bag modules and seat-belt pretensioners, have already been manufactured 
and shipped for several years, but with classifications such as Class 
1.4S (UN0323) or ``Not regulated as a Class 1 Explosive''. These 
devices typically contain significantly lower amounts of pyrotechnics, 
and therefore pose less risk to safety when shipping and handling. The 
commenters are not aware of any incidents or accidents involving these 
devices.
     Adding the requirement for certain Safety Devices to be 
submitted to PHMSA for approval and an EX number will add to PHMSA's 
approval workload. Current processing time for approvals is 180 to 200 
days. This delay in bringing new products to market will hurt U.S. 
manufacturers and carriers because new products will be sourced to 
other nations.
    As noted in the proposed rule, the three items currently excepted 
have a long history of safety in their design and manufacture. New 
devices do not yet have such an established safety history. PHMSA, in 
the interest of safety, is limiting use of the exception to articles 
and devices currently authorized under the exception. PHMSA is not 
opposed to reexamining the exception from Associate Administrator 
approval for all safety devices, once a sufficient number of these new 
devices have been evaluated and the data provides assurance that an 
appropriate level of safety is maintained. PHMSA is however excepting 
these new types of safety devices classified as Class 9 materials from 
the requirement to mark the EX number on shipping papers and packages 
by revising Sec.  173.166(c)(2). This revision addresses the commenters 
concerns about the ability for carriers and downstream offerors to know 
when a safety device classified as a Class 9 material does or does not 
require an EX number to be indicated on documentation or packages.
    Additionally, in this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new paragraph 
(d)(5) to Sec.  173.166 to permit the continued transportation of an 
air bag inflator, air bag module, or seat-belt pretensioner that was 
classed and approved for transportation prior to January 1, 2015 under 
the terms of the existing approval, using the proper shipping name 
``Safety Devices'' or ``Safety Devices, Pyrotechnic'' as appropriate.
    PHMSA received a comment from COSTHA noting potential logistical 
problems ensuring that all packages, either currently in transportation 
or in storage awaiting further offering in transportation, are both 
marked and described with the new proper shipping names ``Safety 
devices'' or ``Safety devices, pyrotechnic'' as appropriate. COSTHA 
notes that while the majority of shippers of these devices are 
transitioning to the new authorized shipping names for documentation 
purposes, ensuring proper shipping name markings on packages are 
consistent with the new shipping names may prove difficult. COSTHA asks 
for a transitional period for packages containing ``Air bag 
inflators'', ``Air bag modules'', and ``Seat-belt pretensioners'' 
allowing them to be marked with previously authorized proper shipping 
names while shipping papers would indicate the new proper shipping 
names as proposed in the NPRM.
    PHMSA agrees that this situation may occur, and in this final rule 
PHMSA is adding a new paragraph (d)(6) to Sec.  173.166 to permit until 
January 1, 2016, the domestic transportation by highway, rail, and 
vessel of packages containing ``Air bag inflators'', ``Air bag 
modules'', or ``Seat-belt pretensioners'' that are marked or documented 
either with a previously authorized proper shipping name (Air bag 
inflators, Air bag modules, or Seat-belt pretensioners) for these 
articles; or with the appropriate new proper shipping name authorized 
under this rulemaking (Safety devices or Safety devices, pyrotechnic). 
This exception can be applied in part or in whole. Packages may be 
marked with a previously authorized proper shipping name (e.g., Air bag 
inflators) and declared on shipping papers with a proper shipping name 
authorized under this rulemaking (e.g., Safety devices). Conversely, 
packages may be marked with a proper shipping name authorized under 
this rulemaking (e.g., Safety devices) and declared on shipping papers 
with a previously authorized proper shipping name (e.g., Air bag 
inflators). It is also important to note that in accordance with the 
January 1, 2016 delayed compliance date of this rulemaking, packages 
that are both marked and declared using a proper shipping name in 
effect on December 31, 2014 may continue to be offered for transport 
and transported until January 1, 2016.
Section 173.167
    Section 173.167 prescribes the requirements for consumer 
commodities intended for air transportation. In this final rule, PHMSA 
is revising the drop test requirements in (a)(4) by including the 
criteria for passing the test. A completed consumer commodity package 
will be considered to have passed the drop test if the outer packaging 
does not exhibit any damage liable to affect safety during transport 
and there is no leakage from the inner packaging(s).
Section 173.176
    This section addresses capacitors by prescribing the testing, 
marking, safety, and packaging requirements for electric double layer 
capacitors with energy storage capacity greater than 0.3 watt hours 
(Wh). In this final rule, PHMSA is revising Sec.  173.176 to include 
provisions for asymmetric capacitors in accordance with the new HMT 
entry ``UN3508, Capacitor, asymmetric (with an energy storage capacity 
greater than 0.3Wh).'' In addition, paragraph (a)(5) presently requires 
that capacitors must be marked with the energy storage capacity in Wh. 
Many pre-existing capacitors do not have Wh marking and are not 
permitted to be transported even when all other requirements of this 
section are met. PHMSA is amending paragraph (a)(5) to require that the 
Wh marking is required for non-asymmetric capacitors manufactured after 
December 31, 2013 and for asymmetric capacitors manufactured after 
December 31, 2015.
Section 173.181
    This section prescribes the non-bulk packaging requirements 
applicable to pyrophoric liquids. On January 7, 2013, PHMSA published 
final rule PHMSA-2012-0027 (HM-215L) [78 FR 987] to maintain alignment 
with international standards by incorporating various amendments, 
including changes to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing 
groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport 
quantity limitations, and vessel stowage requirements. In that final 
rule, PHMSA revised paragraphs (b) and (c) to add authorized packagings 
for these materials. Paragraphs (c)1-3 were inadvertently deleted due 
to an incorrect amendatory instruction and in this final rule, PHMSA is 
placing paragraphs (c)1-3 back into Sec.  173.181 as they were prior to 
the publication of HM-215L.
Section 173.185
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding paragraph (b)(6) and revising 
paragraph(f)(3) to authorize and prescribe the use of a large packaging 
for a single large lithium battery or a battery contained in equipment. 
This authorization does not include transportation by aircraft. The 
addition of this packaging type into this section is consistent with 
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PHMSA received one comment from COSTHA in support of this proposal.
    The ICAO DGP took a decision during the most recent biennium to 
remove the alternative written documentation option in Section IB of 
ICAO TI Packing Instructions 965 and 968 and instead require a standard 
transport document (shipping paper). Section IB is applicable to 
packages that exceed the number or quantity (mass) limits for smaller 
lithium batteries in Section II of Packing Instructions 965 and 968, 
thus excepting such packages from specification packaging requirements 
when containing no more than 2.5 kg of lithium metal cells or batteries 
or 10 kg of lithium ion cells or batteries per package. As this 
revision will appear in the 2015-2016 Edition of the ICAO TI, in this 
final rule PHMSA is amending paragraph (c)(4)(v) to require a shipping 
paper for these packages containing no more than 2.5 kg of lithium 
metal cells or batteries or 10 kg of lithium ion cells or batteries per 
package. PHMSA sought input as to the costs and benefits of harmonizing 
the provisions of the HMR with the provisions of the ICAO Technical 
Instructions by requiring shipping papers as opposed to alternative 
documentation. PHMSA also solicited comments on the costs and benefits 
of maintaining a domestic difference within the HMR to continue to 
allow the use of the alternative documentation in lieu of a shipping 
paper as required by the ICAO Technical Instructions. PHMSA received 
comments from UPS and Alaska Airlines concerning removal of the 
alternative document. UPS supported our proposed change to the 
documentation requirement for packages containing smaller lithium 
batteries transported in accordance with Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v). UPS 
also commented that the proposal to introduce a shipping paper 
requirement for shipments offered under Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) could be 
interpreted to conflict with the statement in the preceding paragraph 
Sec.  173.185(c) that such shipments are excepted from the requirements 
in subparts C through H of part 172. UPS suggests that Sec.  173.185(c) 
should be clarified in this regard. We agree clarification is 
warranted. Alaska Airlines commented that they would like to see 
increased harmonization between the 49 CFR and ICAO TI with regard to 
the documentation required while stating there is no reason to deviate 
from the ICAO TI. We agree, and note that the amendments proposed do 
provide for such consistency.
    Taking into account the comments from Alaska Airlines, PHMSA 
confirmed that the proposed documentation amendments do align with the 
requirements of the ICAO TI. However, in this final rule PHMSA is 
revising Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) as suggested by UPS for clarity. This 
editorial amendment will clarify that packages offered in accordance 
with Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) are subject to the shipping paper 
requirements of subpart C of Part 172.
    At the April 2014 meeting, the ICAO Working Group on Lithium 
Batteries, forbade the shipment of lithium metal cells and batteries as 
cargo on passenger aircraft with the exception of lithium metal cells 
and batteries packed with or contained in equipment not exceeding 5 kg 
net weight. This prohibition of lithium metal batteries as cargo on 
passenger aircraft is consistent with current HMR requirements. As a 
consequence to this prohibition, Section II of Packing Instruction 968 
in the ICAO TI was amended to require shipments of small lithium metal 
cells and batteries to display the ``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' label where 
previously only a lithium battery handling marking was required. 
Presently under the HMR, a package containing such lithium metal cells 
or batteries as provided in Sec.  173.185(c)(1)(iii), is required to be 
marked ``PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES--FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD 
PASSENGER AIRCRAFT'' or ``LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES--FORBIDDEN FOR 
TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT.'' In this final rule, PHMSA is 
providing an alternative to the existing marking requirement in Sec.  
173.185(c)(1)(iii) with the option to display a ``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' 
label. This allowance to either utilize the current marking or the 
``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' label provides shippers with the flexibility to 
utilize supplies of preprinted markings or packagings, while also 
allowing shippers to transition to the use of the ``CARGO AIRCRAFT 
ONLY'' if desired.
    PHMSA received comments from UPS and COSTHA in support of the 
proposal. UPS also commented that the provision in this paragraph 
excepting lithium metal cells or batteries packed with or contained in 
equipment in quantities ``less than 5 kg net weight'' from the Sec.  
173.185(c)(1)(iii) marking requirement differs slightly in wording from 
the current ICAO TI and previous requirements of the HMR. In this final 
rule, PHMSA is revising Sec.  173.185(c)(1)(iii) as proposed in the 
NPRM with an additional editorial revision to clarify that lithium 
metal cells or batteries packed with or contained in equipment in 
quantities ``not exceeding'' as opposed to ``less than'' 5 kg net 
weight are not subject to the marking or ``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' label 
requirement. This provides editorial consistency with the provisions of 
the ICAO TI.
Section 173.199
    In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for the 
Category B infectious substance marking in Sec.  173.199(a)(5) to be 
consistent with the revised specifications for these markings in the UN 
Model Regulations. Also consistent with the UN Model Regulations, to 
allow manufacturers and printers necessary time to produce markings 
that conform to the revised specifications, and to allow for the 
depletion of supplies of existing markings, we are adopting a 
transitional period to authorize a Category B infectious substance 
marking that is in conformance with the requirements of the regulations 
in effect on December 31, 2014, to be used until December 31, 2016. For 
domestic transportation, we are authorizing a packaging marked with a 
Category B infectious substance marking prior to January 1, 2017 and in 
conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on 
December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful 
life.
Section 173.225
    This section prescribes packaging requirements and other provisions 
for organic peroxides. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the 
Organic Peroxide Portable Tank Table in paragraph (g). PHMSA is 
revising the entry in the second column of the table pertaining to the 
hazardous material ``Peroxyacetic acid, distilled, stabilized, not more 
than 41%'' to include a Note 1, that a ``Corrosive'' subsidiary risk 
placard is required.'' The adoption of this requirement is consistent 
with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations.
Section 173.231
    Currently, the Sec.  172.101 HMT Column (8B) packaging 
authorization for Ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension, or gel, 
UN3375, directs the reader to Sec.  173.214 which requires that 
packagings and methods of shipment must be approved by the Associate 
Administrator prior to the first shipment. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
adding a new Sec.  173.231 titled ``Ammonium nitrate emulsion, 
suspension, or gel'' and assigning this section to UN3375 to authorize 
and prescribe the use of non-bulk packagings for this material. The 
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consistent with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations.
Section 173.251
    Currently, the Sec.  172.101 HMT Column (8C) packaging 
authorization for Ammonium nitrate emulsion, suspension, or gel, 
UN3375, directs the reader to Sec.  173.214 which requires that 
packagings and method of shipment must be approved by the Associate 
Administrator prior to the first shipment. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
adding a new Sec.  173.251 titled ``Bulk packaging for ammonium nitrate 
emulsion, suspension, or gel'' and assigning this section to UN3375 to 
authorize and prescribe the use of IBC's for this material. The 
requirements of the new section are consistent with the requirements in 
the UN Model Regulations.
Section 173.301b
    In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (c) relating to 
pressure receptacle valve requirements to include that a valve 
manufactured on or before December 31, 2008, conforming to the 
requirements in ISO 10297:1999 is authorized. This proposed revision is 
consistent with the requirements in the UN Model Regulations. The 
redesignation of several paragraphs in Sec.  178.71 requires an 
amendment to paragraph (g) of Sec.  173.301b. The current reference for 
marking requirements for cylinders manufactured in accordance with the 
requirements for underwater use direct the user to Sec.  178.71(o)(17). 
This citation is incorrect prior to the publication of this rule and 
should have been (p)(18). With the redesignation of Sec.  178.71(p) as 
paragraph (q), this reference is being changed to Sec.  178.71(q)(18).
Section 173.302
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adopting the new UN Model Regulation 
requirements for the transportation of adsorbed gases in cylinders. 
This section specifies requirements for the filling of cylinders with 
non-liquefied (permanent) compressed gases. PHMSA is amending the title 
of this section and paragraph (a) to include and specify requirements 
for the transportation of adsorbed gases.
Section 172.302c
    In this final rule, PHMSA is adding a new Sec.  173.302c to adopt 
the new authorization in the UN Model Regulations for the 
transportation of adsorbed gases in UN pressure receptacles. The 
adoption of these requirements into this new section is consistent with 
the requirements in the UN Model Regulations.
Section 173.307
    Section 173.307 provides exceptions from the regulations for 
compressed gases. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph 
(a)(5) relating to manufactured articles or apparatuses to clarify that 
the exception for manufactured articles does not include light bulbs. 
The exceptions for light bulbs are contained in the new Sec.  173.11 
relating to exceptions for shipment of light bulbs containing hazardous 
materials. Also, we are revising paragraph (a)(6) relating to light 
bulbs to clarify that the exceptions do not apply to light bulbs as 
described in the new Sec.  173.11 relating to exceptions for shipment 
of light bulbs containing hazardous materials.
Section 173.309
    Section 173.309 prescribes requirements for fire extinguishers. In 
this final rule, we are adding a new introductory paragraph describing 
fire extinguisher types authorized for transport in accordance with 
this section and covered by the HMT entry ``UN1044, Fire 
extinguishers.'' PHMSA received one comment from UPS providing general 
support for the proposed amendments as proposed.
Section 173.403
    Consistent with the UN Model regulations, in this final rule, PHMSA 
is revising two definitions in Sec.  173.403 relating to the 
transportation of Class 7 (Radioactive Materials). ``Exclusive Use'' is 
revised to clarify that it also applies to the shipment of the load and 
that exclusive use only applies when compliance is required by the 
regulations. ``Freight Container'' is revised to eliminate the 
requirement that a ``small freight container'' has one outer dimension 
less than 1.5 m (4.9 feet).
Section 173.415
    Section 173.415 authorizes Type A packages for the transport of 
Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending 
paragraph (d) to reflect the incorporation by reference (IBR) of the 
IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR-6 
2012 Edition. Please see the Section-by-Section Review under Sec.  
171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference.
Section 173.416
    Section 173.416 authorizes Type B packages for the transport of 
Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending 
paragraph (b) to reflect the incorporation by reference (IBR) of the 
IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR-6 
2012 Edition. Please see the Section-by-Section Review under Sec.  
171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference.
Section 173.417
    Section 173.417 authorizes fissile materials packages for the 
transport of Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final rule, PHMSA 
is amending paragraphs (a)(1)(iii) and (b)(2) to reflect the 
incorporation by reference (IBR) of the IAEA Regulations for the Safe 
Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR-6 2012 Edition. Please see the 
Section-by-Section Review under Sec.  171.7 for a discussion of the 
incorporation by reference.
Section 173.420
    Section 173.420 prescribes the transport conditions for uranium 
hexafluoride. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending this paragraph to 
note that fissile-excepted shipments less than 0.1 kg may be offered 
under UN3507. These requirements align with IAEA SSR-6 requirements, 
while maintaining general packaging requirements from Sec. Sec.  173.24 
and 173.24a.
Section 173.435
    Section 173.435 provides a table of A1 and A2 
values for radionuclides for Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this 
final rule, PHMSA is amending note \a\ to the table to reflect the 
incorporation by reference (IBR) of the IAEA Regulations for the Safe 
Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR-6 2012 Edition. Please see the 
Section-by-Section Review under Sec.  171.7 for a discussion of the 
incorporation by reference.
Section 173.466
    Section 173.466 specifies additional tests for Type A packagings 
designed for liquids and gases. During the review of this section, we 
found that paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) were inadvertently removed in a 
final rule published in the Federal Register on July 11, 2014 (79 FR 
40589; HM-250). As a result, PHMSA is reinstating (a)(1) and (a)(2) as 
they read prior to publication of the HM-250 final rule.
Section 173.473
    Section 173.473 provides the requirements for foreign made packages 
for the transport of Class 7 (radioactive) materials. In this final 
rule, PHMSA is amending the introductory paragraph and paragraph (a)(1) 
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IAEA Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, SSR-6 
2012 Edition. Please see the Section-by-Section Review under Sec.  
171.7 for a discussion of the incorporation by reference.

Part 175

Section 175.9
    Section 175.9 prescribes the applicability of the HMR to special 
aircraft and rotocraft operations. This section also prescribes the 
conditions under which certain operations may be performed in 
accordance with 14 CFR and 49 CFR (e.g., avalanche and weather 
control). Consistent with the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising paragraphs (b)(6) and (b)(6)(v) by including ``ice jam 
control'' and ``landslide clearance'' for operations where explosives 
are used in a similar manner to avalanche control.
Section 175.10
    Section 175.10 specifies the conditions for which passengers, crew 
members, or an operator may carry hazardous materials aboard an 
aircraft. Consistent with revisions to the ICAO TI, in this final rule, 
PHMSA is making several revisions to this section.
    PHMSA is revising paragraph (a)(11), applicable to passenger 
provisions for self-inflating life jackets, to include different types 
of self-inflating personal safety devices in order to account for those 
carried by, but not limited to, motorcycle and horseback riders. In 
addition, PHMSA is clarifying that a passenger is limited to one self-
inflating safety device, in addition to two spare cartridges, and is 
requiring that both the safety device and spares be packed in such a 
manner that they cannot be accidently activated.
    PHMSA is adding a new subparagraph (a)(18)(iv) to clarify that 
articles containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries, 
with a primary function to provide power to another device, must be 
carried as spare batteries in accordance with the provisions of this 
paragraph. Examples of such articles are portable power banks, portable 
charging stations, portable battery chargers, portable rechargers, 
back-up battery power stations, battery power packs, and auxiliary 
power sources containing lithium batteries. During the review of this 
provision, we found that the preceding paragraph (a)(18)(iii) was 
inadvertently removed in a final rule published in the Federal Register 
on August 6, 2014 (79 FR 46011; HM-224F). As a result, PHMSA is 
reinstating (a)(18)(iii).
    PHMSA is revising paragraph (a)(24), applicable to small cartridges 
for other devices, by amending the phrase ``small cylinders'' to 
``small cartridges,'' and restricting the carriage of small gas 
cartridges to only those without a subsidiary risk. The existing 
operator approval requirement was moved to make it more clearly align 
with the ICAO TI.
Section 175.25
    Section 175.25 prescribes the notification that operators must 
provide to passengers regarding restrictions on the types of hazardous 
material they may or may not carry aboard an aircraft on their person 
or in checked or carry-on baggage. Consistent with revisions to the 
ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (b) as 
follows: (1) For all ticket purchases, clarify that the hazardous 
materials notification must be presented at the point of ticket 
purchase, or if this is not practical, made available to passengers in 
another manner prior to the check-in process and; (2) for such internet 
purchases, require that the final ticket purchase cannot be completed 
until the passenger or a person acting on the passenger's behalf has 
been presented with this information, in addition to the existing 
requirement to indicate that they understand the restrictions on 
hazardous materials in baggage. PHMSA is revising paragraph (c) as 
follows: (1) Replace the text ``provided'' with ``presented'' to make 
it clear that passengers must see information on the types of hazardous 
material forbidden to be transported before proceeding with check-in 
and; (2) require that the check-in process cannot be completed until 
the passenger or a person acting on the passenger's behalf has been 
presented with the hazardous materials information, in addition to the 
existing requirement to indicate that they understand the restrictions 
on hazardous materials in baggage. It was reported that some operators 
published the required information in areas on a Web site that were not 
always visible to the passenger, believing that this met the 
requirement of being ``provided.''
    In paragraphs (b) and (c) PHMSA is removing the present effective 
dates of January 1, 2015 and the word ``phone'' used as an example of a 
ticket purchase or check-in completed remotely. Furthermore, PHMSA is 
removing the words ``regardless if the process is completed remotely 
(e.g., via the Internet and Phone) or when completed at the airport, 
with or without assistance from another person (e.g., automated check 
in facility)'' in order to bring paragraph (b) into full alignment with 
7;5.1.1 of the ICAO TI. By removing the examples in conjunction with 
other revisions to paragraph (b) it is now clear that passenger 
notification is required for all ticket purchases; however, for 
assisted ticket purchase transactions via the telephone, the hazardous 
materials information may be provided to the passenger using any 
suitable method prior to the check-in process and passenger 
acknowledgement is not required. These revisions represent full 
harmonization with the ICAO TI and additional flexibility in meeting 
the passenger notification requirements and, therefore, the previous 
effective date of January 1, 2015 is waived as of publication of the 
rule.
    In addition, the revision is consistent with a petition for 
rulemaking (P-1623) filed by COSTHA since it provides clarification for 
ticket purchases made via the telephone, permitting the hazardous 
materials notification to be made available in another manner to 
passengers prior to the check-in process.
    PHMSA received comments from Jeffery Richmond, COSTHA, and the ASTA 
on the proposed amendments. Jeffery Richmond and ASTA both provide 
general support for the amendments. Mr. Richmond notes that the changes 
as proposed would bring Sec.  175.25(b) into full compliance with the 
ICAO TI. COSTHA also provided support for the proposed amendments, but 
would like to note that there is a question of how the Advisory 
Circular (AC) will be drafted after implementation date of the final 
rule. COSTHA further asked if the FAA will continue to update the 
circular after the final rule comes into force or if this guidance 
information be eliminated. Lastly, COSTHA asked if PHMSA would continue 
to communicate with the FAA in the future on this issue.
    The FAA chartered an Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC), which 
then developed recommendations for an AC on Passenger Notification of 
Hazardous Materials Regulations. PHMSA notes that the referenced ARC 
recommendations were submitted to the FAA on November 1, 2013, and a 
request for comments was issued by the FAA in the Federal Register on 
March 4, 2014 (See 79 FR 12133). The ARC recommendations are considered 
open pending FAA review and are beyond the scope of this rulemaking. 
PHMSA will continue to communicate with the FAA on all matters relating 
to the safe transportation of hazardous materials by aircraft.
Section 175.30
    Section 175.30 prescribes inspection procedures for operators. 
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(e)(1) prohibits an overpack from containing a package bearing the 
``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' label unless certain conditions are met and the 
overpack affords clear visibility of and easy access to the package 
contained within. In this final rule, PHMSA is removing paragraph 
(e)(1) consistent with revisions made to the ICAO TI in which current 
provisions require accessibility to the overpack when loaded aboard an 
aircraft, not the individual packages contained within, making 
reference to packages redundant. As the loading requirements in Sec.  
175.75(d)(1) require a package bearing the ``CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY'' 
label to be accessible once loaded on the aircraft, but do not require 
that they are visible, the requirements in (e)(1) place an unnecessary 
burden on offerors without any additional safety function in the 
loading process.
    Paragraph (a)(5) states that no person may accept for 
transportation aboard an aircraft shipments of lithium batteries 
described with an alternative written document authorized in Sec.  
173.185(c)(4)(v) unless the aircraft operator ensures the hazardous 
material is described on alternative written documentation when 
authorized in accordance with Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v). The removal of 
the alternative written document from Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) 
necessitates the removal of this paragraph.
    PHMSA received comments from COSTHA and UPS addressing our proposed 
amendments to Sec.  175.30. COSTHA supported the removal of (e)(1) 
noting that this requirement is not relevant and leads to confusion. 
COSTHA also supported the removal of (a)(5) as the allowance of an 
alternate document in the HMR would create significant confusion for 
air carrier acceptance agents. UPS supports the amendments as proposed 
in the interest of global consistency.
Section 175.33
    Section 175.33 establishes requirements for shipping papers and for 
the notification of the pilot-in-command when hazardous materials are 
transported by aircraft.
    With the exception of package type, paragraph (a)(1)(i) currently 
requires any additional shipping paper description requirements 
provided in Sec. Sec.  172.202, and 172.203 to be included on the 
notification of the pilot-in-command. Section 172.203(k) requires the 
use of technical names for ``n.o.s.'' and generic descriptions for 
proper shipping names identified by the letter ``G'' in column (1) of 
the Sec.  172.101 Table. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising 
paragraph (a)(1)(i) to state that technical names are not required to 
be provided on the notification of pilot-in-command. This clarification 
aligns the HMR with changes adopted in the ICAO TI and supports the 
overall goal of harmonization. Harmonization of the notification of 
pilot-in-command requirements ensures consistency across all air 
operators thus reducing impediments in commerce and reducing costs 
associated with training to two different sets of standards. In 
addition, the technical name is not referenced in the Emergency 
Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods (Doc 
9481) or the North American Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). The 
ICAO panel determined that the technical names provided little benefit 
to safety, particularly during the initial stage of emergency response 
while the number of materials requiring a technical name is on the 
rise, thereby increasing the burden on operators to provide this 
information. In addition, the technical name is not referenced in the 
Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous 
Goods (Doc 9481) or the North American Emergency Response Guidebook 
(ERG).
    Paragraphs (a)(12) and (c)(5) both mention the alternative written 
document authorized in Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v). The removal of the 
alternative written document from Sec.  173.185(c)(4)(v) necessitates 
the removal of these paragraphs. Any information required to be a part 
of the notification of the pilot-in-command previously under paragraph 
(a)(12) will be detailed on a shipping paper and be included on the 
notification of the pilot-in-command.
    PHMSA received two comments concerning our proposed amendments to 
Sec.  175.33. COSTHA and UPS support the removal of the technical name 
from the notification of pilot-in-command requirements.
Section 175.630
    Section 175.630 prescribes special requirements for Division 6.1 
(Toxic) and 6.2 (Infectious) materials in the HMT. Consistent with 
revisions to the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is removing 
paragraph (a) which prescribes segregation requirements for certain 
Division 6.1 or Division 6.2 materials in the same compartment of an 
aircraft with material marked as or known to be a foodstuff, feed, or 
any other edible material intended for consumption by humans or 
animals. At the time these segregation requirements were initially 
included in the ICAO TI and the HMR, the packing instructions were much 
less detailed than they are at present. The UN Model Regulations do not 
impose segregation requirements for Division 6.2 infectious substances. 
The segregation requirements for infectious substances under the ICAO 
TI and HMR only apply to UN2814 and UN2900 which already require robust 
triple packagings. For Division 6.1, the UN Recommendations allow the 
segregation requirements to be relaxed for substances in Packing Groups 
II and III, provided the competent authority is satisfied that the 
packing and segregation are adequate to prevent contamination. In 
addition, the inspection procedures prescribed in Sec.  175.30 require 
a physical check to ensure that the packagings are free from damage. 
The revisions adopted in this final rule are consistent with a petition 
for rulemaking (P-1631) filed by UPS, Inc., who voiced strong support 
for such action.
    PHMSA received comments from COSTHA, DGAC, and UPS concerning our 
proposed removal of the segregation requirement. Both COSTHA and UPS 
support this proposal. DGAC commented that authorizing materials 
identified as Division 6.1 or 6.2 to be loaded in the same compartment 
as materials known to be food or foodstuffs may have a disruptive and 
underappreciated effect on companies that must operate under Food 
Safety Management Systems. The possibility of mixed loads of food 
products and Class 6 materials will require a re-evaluation of Hazard 
Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plans for companies 
shipping food in the air mode. PHMSA has reviewed the removal of the 
segregation requirement with regard to the effect on HACCP plans and 
has determined that the removal of Sec.  175.630(a) is suitable for 
incorporation as proposed. To ensure consumers do not get sick, an 
HACCP plan requires companies shipping food to identify critical 
control points and establish safety protocols. These critical control 
points include transportation and transportation related activities 
such as temperature control during transit, storage, loading, unloading 
and physical security. Our review has determined that HACCP plan 
requirements are not specific to any particular hazardous material 
class when properly packaged in accordance with the HMR or 
corresponding international standard.
Section 175.705
    Section 175.705 prescribes requirements for aircraft that have been 
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followed prior to returning the aircraft to service. Consistent with 
revisions to the ICAO TI, in this final rule, PHMSA is revising 
paragraph (c) by stating that the dose rate at every accessible surface 
``must not exceed'' 0.005 mSv per hour, where it presently states ``is 
less than.''

Part 176

Section 176.80
    Section 176.80 details segregation requirements in addition to any 
segregation requirements set forth elsewhere in subchapter C. In this 
final rule, PHMSA is adopting a prohibition on stowing goods of 
Division 1.4, compatibility group S, in the same compartment, hold, or 
cargo transport unit with hazardous materials of Class 1 of 
compatibility groups A and L. Limited quantity shipments are currently 
excepted from segregation requirements for vessel transport by both the 
IMDG Code and the HMR. The IMO noted that when creating this exception, 
a long standing prohibition on stowing limited quantity goods of 
Division 1.4, compatibility group S, in the same compartment, hold, or 
cargo transport unit with hazardous materials of Class 1, compatibility 
groups A and L, was not carried over into amendment 36-12 of the IMDG 
Code. Amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code reinstates these segregation 
provisions, and PHMSA is adopting an equivalent change.
Section 176.83
    Section 176.83 details segregation requirements for hazardous 
materials vessel transport. Paragraph (b) includes a table for users to 
determine segregation requirements between various Classes (Divisions) 
of hazardous materials. In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the 
segregation requirements for vessel transportation between hazardous 
materials of Class 4.3 (dangerous when wet) and Class 2.1 (flammable 
gas), and Class 3 (flammable liquid). Changes in the segregation table 
in paragraph (b) are to change the segregation requirements between 
goods of Class 4.3 and Class 2.1 from an ``x'' (segregation, if any, is 
shown in the Sec.  172.101 table) to a ``2'' (separated from), and 
between goods of Class 4.3 and Class 3 from a ``1'' (away from) to a 
``2'' (separated from). The meaning of these terms differs depending on 
the method of transport onboard a vessel (shipping break-bulk cargo 
versus segregation of cargo transport units on board container 
vessels). PHMSA assumes the majority of commodities transported by 
vessel that will be affected are offered in closed cargo transport 
units (CTU).
    The segregation changes adopted in this final rule are based on 
amendments adopted by the IMO and are aimed at enhancing efforts to 
prevent the spread of fire in an emergency situation. Fire 
extinguishing methods available to vessel crews are often quite 
limited. Due to these limited fire extinguishing options, the only 
recommended option to control the consequences of a fire originating 
from these goods is to let the fire burn and to prevent the spread of 
fire to other cargo or equipment which is crucial for the safe 
operation of the ship. These changes are intended to address situations 
where a fire originates in a shipment of flammable liquids or gases and 
is likely to spread to goods which cannot be extinguished, or when a 
fire originates in goods which cannot be extinguished and threatens to 
spread to highly flammable goods. The new segregation distances will 
enhance efforts to control the emergency situation.
    PHMSA received one comment from IVODGA fully supporting the 
amendments as proposed.
Section 176.84
    Section 176.84 prescribes the meanings and requirements for 
numbered or alpha-numeric stowage provisions for vessel shipments 
listed in column 10B of the Sec.  172.101 Hazardous Materials Table. 
The provisions in Sec.  176.84 are broken down into general stowage 
provisions whose meanings are defined in the ``table of provisions'' in 
paragraph (b), and the stowage provisions applicable to vessel 
shipments of Class 1 explosives, which are defined in the table to 
paragraph (c)(2).
    In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the title of the section to 
note that the codes in column 10B address not only codes for stowage 
requirements, but also handling requirements that need to be observed 
during loading of the hazardous materials. PHMSA is also creating 
footnote 3 and assigning it to stowage provision 12 and 13. Footnote 3 
is added to note that these provisions apply not only to stowage of the 
cargo transport unit, but also to the loading of hazardous materials 
into the cargo transport unit.
    PHMSA is additionally creating new stowage provisions 147 and 148 
consistent with changes adopted in Amendment 37-14 of the IMDG Code. 
Stowage provision 147 is adopted to read ``Stow ``separated from'' 
flammable gases and flammable liquids.'' Stowage provision 148 is 
adopted to read ``In addition: from flammable gases and flammable 
liquids when stowed on deck of a containership a minimum distance of 
two container spaces athwartship shall be maintained, when stowed on 
ro-ro ships a distance of 6 m athwartship shall be maintained.''
Section 176.905
    Section 176.905 prescribes specific requirements for motor vehicles 
or mechanical equipment powered by internal combustion engines that are 
offered for transportation and transported by vessel. In this final 
rule, PHMSA is proposing to align our exceptions with those recently 
adopted by the IMO.
    PHMSA is amending paragraphs (i)(1), (i)(2), (i)(4), and (i)(5) to 
require as a condition of exception from the subchapter that batteries 
installed in motor vehicles or mechanical equipment powered by internal 
combustion engines be protected from short circuit. PHMSA is also 
revising paragraph (i)(2), which provides conditions that must be met 
for vehicles or mechanical equipment with an internal combustion engine 
that uses liquid fuel with a flashpoint of 38 [deg]C 
(100[emsp14][deg]F) or higher. Currently up to 418 L (110 gallons) may 
remain in the equipment or vehicle, and if other noted conditions are 
met the vehicle is excepted from all other requirements of subchapter 
C. PHMSA is raising this fuel threshold to 450 L (119 gallons).
    PHMSA is adding paragraph (i)(6) to add exceptions for fuel cell 
powered vehicles or mechanical equipment with an internal combustion 
engine powered by fuel cells. When the engine is protected from 
inadvertent operation by closing fuel supply lines or by other means, 
and the fuel supply reservoir has been drained and sealed, the vehicle 
or mechanical equipment is excepted from the requirements of subchapter 
C.
    PHMSA received one comment from IVODGA fully supporting the 
proposed changes to Sec.  176.905 and relevant exceptions as well as 
the proposed clarifications as presented. IVODGA noted that ``by 
requiring the batteries to be protected from short circuiting, and to 
increase the amount of fuel to the maximum of 119 liters would 
effectively create a uniform standard and eliminate frustrated 
shipments where prior differences created different requirements.''

Part 178

Section 178.71
    Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, in this final rule PHMSA 
is revising paragraph (a) to clarify that UN pressure receptacles and 
service equipment constructed according to the standards applicable at 
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manufacture may continue in use subject to the continuing qualification 
and maintenance provisions of part 180 of the subchapter.
    PHMSA is revising paragraphs (d)(2), (g), and (k) to reflect the 
adoption of the latest ISO standards for the design, construction, and 
testing of gas cylinders and their associated service equipment. These 
paragraphs also contain end dates when cylinders and service equipment 
are no longer authorized to be manufactured in accordance with the 
outdated ISO standard. PHMSA received one comment from Sally Mitchell 
questioning the accuracy of the statement in Sec.  178.71(d)(2), 
``Until December 31, 2008, the manufacture of a valve conforming to the 
requirements in ISO 10297:1999 (IBR, see Sec.  171.7 of this 
subchapter) is authorized.'' This statement is accurate and consistent 
with the language contained in the UN Model Regulations to authorize 
valves that were manufactured prior to January 1, 2009 and conform with 
the requirements of ISO 10297:1999. Sally Mitchell also suggested 
revising Sec.  178.71(g)(1), (g)(2) and (g)(3) to permit the continued 
manufacture of a cylinder conforming to the requirements of the 
applicable the 1999 publication of ISO 9809-1 and the 2000 publication 
of ISO 9809-2 and 9809-3 until the later of December 31, 2018 or 10 
years from the initial DOT design approval to allow manufacturers to 
recover their type approval expenses over the 10 year life of the 
approval instead of just 4 years. PHMSA does not believe this change is 
necessary, as a design approval is independent of the regulations and 
is authorized for the valid life of the approval regardless of the 
limitations imposed by the regulations.
    Consistent with the UN Model Regulations PHMSA is adding a new 
paragraph (n) and redesignating existing paragraphs (n) through (s). 
The new paragraph (n) adopts design and construction requirements of UN 
cylinders for the transportation of adsorbed gases, consistent with 
those adopted into the UN Model Regulations.
    Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is revising the 
redesignated paragraph (o) to adopt the current ISO standards relating 
to material compatibility.
    Paragraphs (r) and (t) are being revised to change references to 
paragraph (p) to the newly redesignated paragraph (q).
    Finally, PHMSA is adding new paragraphs (u) and (v) to adopt the 
marking requirements for bundles of cylinders that have been adopted in 
the UN Model regulations.
Section 178.75
    Consistent with the UN Model Regulations, PHMSA is revising 
paragraph (d)(3) to reflect the adoption of the latest ISO standards 
for the design, construction, and testing of gas cylinders that are 
part of multiple-element gas containers (MEGCs). This paragraph also 
contains end dates when the cylinders that are part of MEGCs are no 
longer authorized to be manufactured in accordance with the outdated 
ISO standard.
Section 178.703
    The UN Model Regulations have adopted revisions to clarify and 
standardize the specifications for markings, including the marking of 
IBCs, and to promote the uniformity of markings throughout the 
international transportation community. In this final rule, PHMSA is 
revising the specifications for the markings prescribed in Sec.  
178.703(b)(7)(iii) to be consistent with the UN Model Regulations. Also 
consistent with the UN Model Regulations, a transitional period is 
being proposed to authorize markings in conformance with the 
requirements of this paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, to 
continue to be applied to all IBCs manufactured, repaired or 
remanufactured between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2016. For 
domestic transportation, we are authorizing an IBC marked prior to 
January 1, 2017 and in conformance with the requirements of the 
regulations in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue in service 
until the end of its useful life.
    PHMSA received one comment from RIPA providing general support for 
the amended IBC stacking or not designed for stacking marking 
specifications. RIPA did however recommend PHMSA extend the requirement 
to mark IBCs with the stacking or not designed for stacking mark to 
include IBC's undergoing routine maintenance. Currently the HMR 
requires this marking to be applied to all IBCs manufactured, repaired, 
or remanufactured prior to January 1, 2011. The amendments proposed in 
the NPRM were consistent with those adopted by international standards. 
Expanding the marking requirement to IBCs undergoing routine 
maintenance was not the intent of this regulatory amendment and would 
be inconsistent with the requirements of the international standards.
Section 178.910
    In this final rule, PHMSA is revising paragraph (a) relating to the 
marking of large packagings to include markings for large salvage 
packagings. Following the large packaging design type identification 
code on a large packaging, a large salvage packaging conforming to the 
requirements of subpart P of part 178 is to be marked with the letter 
``T.'' This change is consistent with the UN Model Regulations.
    In addition, to promote the uniformity of markings throughout the 
international transportation community, the UN Model Regulations have 
adopted revisions to clarify and standardize the specifications for 
markings, including the marking of large packagings and large salvage 
packaging. In this final rule, PHMSA is revising the specifications for 
the markings prescribed in Sec.  178.910(b). Also consistent with the 
UN Model Regulations, we are adopting a transitional period to 
authorize markings in conformance with the requirements of this 
paragraph in effect on December 31, 2014, to continue to be applied to 
all large packagings manufactured, repaired or remanufactured between 
January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2016. For domestic transportation, we 
are authorizing a large packaging marked prior to January 1, 2017 and 
in conformance with the requirements of the regulations in effect on 
December 31, 2014, to continue in service until the end of its useful 
life.

Part 180

Section 180.207
    Section 180.207 prescribes the requirements for requalification of 
UN pressure receptacles. Table 1 in paragraph (c) of Sec.  180.207 
provides requalification intervals for UN pressure receptacles. In this 
final rule, PHMSA is adding an additional entry to the end of Table 1 
to prescribe a requalification interval of 5 years for UN culinders 
used for adsorbed gases. This requalification period is consistent with 
the requalification period adopted in the UN Model Regulations for the 
use of these cylinders. Section 173.302c relating to authorization for 
the use of cylinders for adsorbed gases directs the reader to this 
section for the requalification period for these cylinders.
    A new paragraph (d)(5) provides that each UN cylinder used for 
adsorbed gases must be inspected and tested in accordance with Sec.  
173.302c and ISO 11513:2011. Both Sec.  173.302c and ISO 11513:2011 
have been addressed in this final rule.

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VI. Regulatory Analyses and Notices

A. Statutory/Legal Authority for This Rulemaking

    This final rule is published under the following statutory 
authorities:
    1. 49 U.S.C. 5103(b) authorizes the Secretary of Transportation to 
prescribe regulations for the safe transportation, including security, 
of hazardous materials in intrastate, interstate, and foreign commerce. 
This final rule amends regulations to maintain alignment with 
international standards by incorporating various amendments, including 
changes to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing groups, 
special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport quantity 
limitations and vessel stowage requirements. To this end, the final 
rule amends the HMR to more fully align with the biennial updates of 
the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code and the ICAO TI.
    Harmonization serves to facilitate international commerce and 
promotes the safety of people, property, and the environment by 
reducing the potential for confusion and misunderstanding that could 
result if shippers and transporters were required to comply with two or 
more conflicting sets of regulatory requirements. While the intent of 
this rulemaking is to align the HMR with international standards, we 
review and consider each amendment on its own merit based on its 
overall impact on transportation safety and the economic implications 
associated with its adoption into the HMR. Our goal is to harmonize 
without sacrificing the current HMR level of safety and without 
imposing undue burdens on the regulated community. Thus, as explained 
in the corresponding sections above, we are not harmonizing with 
certain specific provisions of the UN Model Regulations, the IMDG Code, 
and the ICAO TI. Moreover, we are maintaining a number of current 
exceptions for domestic transportation that should minimize the 
compliance burden on the regulated community. Additionally, the U.S. 
Coast Guard, U.S. Department of Energy, and U.S. Department of Interior 
were consulted in the development of this rule.
    2. 49 U.S.C. 5120(b) authorizes the Secretary of Transportation to 
ensure that, to the extent practicable, regulations governing the 
transportation of hazardous materials in commerce are consistent with 
standards adopted by international authorities. This final rule is 
amending the HMR to maintain alignment with international standards by 
incorporating various amendments to facilitate the transport of 
hazardous material in international commerce. As discussed in detail 
above, PHMSA is incorporating changes into the HMR based on the 18th 
Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, Amendment 37-14 to the 
IMDG Code, and the 2015-2016 Edition of the ICAO TI, which becomes 
effective January 1, 2015. The large volume of hazardous materials 
transported in international commerce warrants the harmonization of 
domestic and international requirements to the greatest extent 
possible.

B. Executive Orders 12866 and 13563 and DOT Regulatory Policies and 
Procedures

    This final rule is not considered a significant regulatory action 
under section 3(f) of Executive Order 12866 (``Regulatory Planning and 
Review'') and, therefore, was not reviewed by the Office of Management 
and Budget. This final rule is not considered a significant rule under 
the Regulatory Policies and Procedures of the Department of 
Transportation (44 FR 11034). Additionally, E.O. 13563 (``Improving 
Regulation and Regulatory Review'') supplements and reaffirms E.O. 
12866, stressing that, to the extent permitted by law, an agency 
rulemaking action must be based on benefits that justify its costs, 
impose the least burden, consider cumulative burdens, maximize 
benefits, use performance objectives, and assess available 
alternatives.
Benefits to Harmonization
    In an earlier regulatory evaluation,\3\ we estimated a proxy for 
benefits of harmonization of the HMR with international standards of 
$62 million. More specifically, this $62 million was estimated by 
multiplying a hazard communication cost per dollar of hazardous 
materials output--$0.001--by the value of hazardous materials involved 
in international trade, as estimated by the proportion of trade (the 
total of gross imports and gross exports) in the fuels and lubricants, 
chemicals, and medicinal/dental/pharmaceutical products industries 
($498 billion in 2010) \4\ that are hazardous products (i.e., 12.4 
percent).\5\ \6\
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    \3\ HM-215L: Hazardous Materials: Harmonization with 
International Standards (RRR), Final Rule, Section V.B., 78 FR 1023 
et seq., January 7, 2013.
    \4\ As reported in the quarterly trade data of the U.S. Bureau 
of Economic Analysis, available at: https://www.bea.gov/international/detailed_trade_data.htm.
    \5\ U.S. Census Bureau's 2007 Commodity Flow Survey, Table 10.
    \6\ See Section V.B. for more detailed calculations of these 
figures.
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    For estimating benefits of this final rule, we follow a nearly 
identical approach with updated data and using assumptions where 
possible. 2012 Commodity Flow Survey data on hazardous materials are 
not yet available as of the date of this regulatory evaluation.
    The 12.4 percent proportion of total shipment values classed as 
hazardous materials estimated in the earlier regulatory evaluation may 
have had a high-side bias due to the variety of different classes of 
products classified as hazardous. In actuality, the percentage of 
shipments properly classified as hazardous is likely lower, 
particularly for medicinal/dental/pharmaceuticals. Here, we assume a 
slightly lower proportion to arrive at an estimate of benefits of 10 
percent.
    We update our estimate of value of hazardous materials involved in 
international trade by using U.S. Trade in Goods seasonally adjusted, 
Census-based total gross imports and gross exports in the fuels and 
lubricants, chemicals, and medicinal/dental/pharmaceutical products 
industries for the fourth quarter of 2013, the most recent quarter 
available--
     Gross imports: $134 billion (rounded)
    [cir] Fuels and lubricants: $94.744 billion
    [cir] Chemicals: $18.637 billion
    [cir] Medicinal/dental/pharmaceutical products: $20.613 billion
     Gross exports: $85.8 billion (rounded)
    [cir] Fuels and lubricants: $44.301 billion
    [cir] Chemicals: $30.089 billion
    [cir] Medicinal/dental/pharmaceutical products: $11.416 billion
     Gross imports plus gross exports: $219.8 billion \7\
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    \7\ Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, 
U.S. Trade in Goods (IDS-0008), available at: https://www.bea.gov/international/detailed_trade_data.htm.
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    Multiplying the quarterly estimate of $219.8 billion by 4 gives an 
annual estimate of gross imports plus gross exports in the three 
industries of $879.2 billion. Multiplying this figure by 10 percent 
(the estimated proportion of annual trade in these three industries 
that are hazardous products) by the average hazard communication cost 
per dollar of hazardous materials produced in the United States 
($0.001) results in an estimate of benefits from adoption and 
incorporation of international standards of $87.9 million (rounded) 
annually.
    If U.S. regulations are not harmonized with international 
standards, we estimate that it will cost U.S. companies an additional 
$87.9 million per year to comply with both the HMR and the

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international standards. Harmonizing the HMR with the international 
standards, however, will avert these $87.9 million in additional costs, 
and these averted costs are therefore considered the primary benefit 
attributable to this rulemaking.
    Costs of Harmonization. The primary cost of updating references in 
the U.S. HMR (to incorporate the most recent international hazardous 
material standards) is the purchase of updated copies of the 
international standards being incorporated by reference in the HMR. 
These costs will be borne by offerors and transporters of hazmat if 
this rulemaking were finalized.
    It is unknown how many individuals and firms involved in shipping 
hazmat will purchase copies of these international standards as a 
result of finalizing this rulemaking. We take a conservative approach 
to estimating such a figure by using the number of shippers, carriers, 
or other offerors or transporters of hazmat in commerce with a PHMSA 
registration expiring in 2014 as a proxy. Currently, PHMSA's 
registration database indicates 36,731 registrants as of May 20, 
2014.\8\ Of these, 29,877 (approximately 81 percent) are small 
businesses as defined by the U.S. Small Business Administration. 
Further, 31,598 registrants (approximately 86 percent) indicated that 
they offer or transport hazmat solely by highway.
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    \8\ See PHMSA Hazardous Materials Registration Program 
Registration Data Files, link available at https://www.phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat/registration, accessed on May 20, 2014.
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    For conservative estimation purposes, if we that all registrants 
will purchase copies of all publications, this indicates an estimated 
cost of this amendment of $56.68 million (rounded, $1,543 cost of all 
publications * 36,731 registrants). In reality, all of the ISO 
standards incorporated will not be purchased by the majority of 
shippers and carriers, and will likely only impact a small subset of 
the regulated community. Further, it is likely that many companies will 
purchase multiple copies of the IMDG Code and ICAO TI, rather than only 
one copy. We do not believe we have sufficient data to estimate the 
precise number of registrants. However, we use one copy per registrant 
as a reasonably conservative estimate on costs of the proposed 
rulemaking.
    However, further assuming that those who indicated that they offer 
or transport in commerce hazmat only via highway, two publications 
included in the $1,543 cost will not apply to such registrants (ICAO TI 
[for air] and IMDG Code [by vessel]). Therefore, costs for the 31,598 
highway-only registrants would total $32.99 million ($1,543--$155 [ICAO 
TI]--$344 [IMDG Code] * 31,598 highway-only registrants). 
Conservatively (i.e., overestimating costs and underestimating 
benefits) assuming all other registrants (while acknowledging that, in 
fact, some will purchase all standards copies and some will purchase 
none) will purchase updated copies of all standards publications listed 
here indicates a total cost of this Amendment 1 of $40.91 million, 
incurred once ($32.99 million + $1,543 * [36,731 total registrants--
31,598 highway-only registrants], rounded).
    Net Benefit. Based on the discussions of benefits and costs 
provided above, the estimated net benefit associated with the 
international harmonization final rule (2137-AF05) is $47 million in 
the first year after publication and $87.9 million in the second year 
after publication. Please see the complete regulatory analysis, a copy 
of which has been placed in the docket for this rulemaking, for a more 
detailed analysis of the costs and benefits of this final rule.

C. Executive Order 13132

    This final rule has been analyzed in accordance with the principles 
and criteria contained in Executive Order 13132 (``Federalism''). This 
final rule preempts State, local and Indian tribe requirements but does 
not propose any regulation that has substantial direct effects on the 
States, the relationship between the national government and the 
States, or the distribution of power and responsibilities among the 
various levels of government. Therefore, the consultation and funding 
requirements of Executive Order 13132 do not apply.
    The Federal hazardous material transportation law, 49 U.S.C. 5101-
5128, contains an express preemption provision (49 U.S.C. 5125(b)) that 
preempts State, local and Indian tribe requirements on certain covered 
subjects, as follows:
    (1) The designation, description, and classification of hazardous 
material;
    (2) The packing, repacking, handling, labeling, marking, and 
placarding of hazardous material;
    (3) The preparation, execution, and use of shipping documents 
related to hazardous material and requirements related to the number, 
contents, and placement of those documents;
    (4) The written notification, recording, and reporting of the 
unintentional release in transportation of hazardous material; and
    (5) The design, manufacture, fabrication, inspection, marking, 
maintenance, recondition, repair, or testing of a packaging or 
container represented, marked, certified, or sold as qualified for use 
in transporting hazardous material in commerce.
    This final rule addresses covered subject items (1), (2), (3), (4) 
and (5) above and preempts State, local, and Indian tribe requirements 
not meeting the ``substantively the same'' standard. This final rule is 
necessary to incorporate changes adopted in international standards, 
effective January 1, 2015. If the changes in this final rule are not 
adopted in the HMR, U.S. companies, including numerous small entities 
competing in foreign markets, would be at an economic disadvantage. 
These companies would be forced to comply with a dual system of 
regulations. The changes in this final rulemaking are intended to avoid 
this result. Federal hazardous materials transportation law provides at 
49 U.S.C. 5125(b)(2) that, if DOT issues a regulation concerning any of 
the covered subjects, DOT must determine and publish in the Federal 
Register the effective date of Federal preemption. The effective date 
may not be earlier than the 90th day following the date of issuance of 
the final rule and not later than two years after the date of issuance. 
PHMSA is setting the effective date of Federal preemption to be 90 days 
from publication of this final rule.

D. Executive Order 13175

    This final rule was analyzed in accordance with the principles and 
criteria contained in Executive Order 13175 (``Consultation and 
Coordination with Indian Tribal Governments''). Because this final rule 
does not have tribal implications, does not impose substantial direct 
compliance costs, and is required by statute, the funding and 
consultation requirements of Executive Order 13175 do not apply.

E. Regulatory Flexibility Act, Executive Order 13272, and DOT 
Procedures and Policies

    The Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.) requires an 
agency to review regulations to assess their impact on small entities, 
unless the agency determines that a rule is not expected to have a 
significant impact on a substantial number of small entities. This 
final rule facilitates the transportation of hazardous materials in 
international commerce by providing consistency with international 
standards. This final rule applies to offerors and carriers of 
hazardous materials, some of whom are small entities, such as chemical 
manufacturers, users and suppliers,

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packaging manufacturers, distributors, and training companies. As 
discussed above, under Executive Order 12866, the majority of 
amendments in this final rule should result in cost savings and ease 
the regulatory compliance burden for shippers engaged in domestic and 
international commerce, including trans-border shipments within North 
America.
    Many companies will realize economic benefits as a result of these 
amendments. Additionally, this final rule will relieve U.S. companies, 
including small entities competing in foreign markets, from the burden 
of complying with a dual system of regulations. Therefore, we certify 
that these amendments will not have a significant economic impact on a 
substantial number of small entities.
    This final rule has been developed in accordance with Executive 
Order 13272 (``Proper Consideration of Small Entities in Agency 
Rulemaking'') and DOT's procedures and policies to promote compliance 
with the Regulatory Flexibility Act to ensure that potential impacts of 
draft rules on small entities are properly considered.

F. Paperwork Reduction Act

    PHMSA currently has approved information collection under Office of 
Management and Budget (OMB) Control Number 2137-0034, ``Hazardous 
Materials Shipping Papers and Emergency Response Information.'' We 
anticipate that this final rule will result in an increase in the 
annual information collection burden due to an increase in the number 
of shipping papers prepared for packages containing batteries that 
exceeds the number or quantity (mass) limits in the table shown in 
Sec.  173.185(c)(4), but containing no more than 2.5 kg of lithium 
metal cells or batteries or 10 kg of lithium ion cells or batteries per 
package. Shipments utilizing this allowance currently provide 
alternative documentation containing the name and address of the 
offeror and consignee, the UN number, an indication of compliance with 
this paragraph (c)(4) (or the applicable ICAO Packing Instruction), and 
the number of packages and the gross mass of each package.
    This rulemaking identifies a revised information collection that 
PHMSA will submit to OMB for approval based on the requirements in this 
final rule. PHMSA has developed burden estimates to reflect changes in 
this final rule, and estimates the information collection and 
recordkeeping burden in this rule are as follows:
    OMB Control Number: 2137-0034.
    Annual Increase in Number of Respondents: 150.
    Annual Increase in Annual Number of Responses: 13,167.
    Annual Increase in Annual Burden Hours: 219.
    Annual Increase in Annual Burden Costs: $4,380.
    PHMSA will submit the revised information collection and 
recordkeeping requirements to OMB for approval.

G. Regulation Identifier Number (RIN)

    A regulation identifier number (RIN) is assigned to each regulatory 
action listed in the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulations. The 
Regulatory Information Service Center publishes the Unified Agenda in 
April and October of each year. The RIN contained in the heading of 
this document can be used to cross-reference this action with the 
Unified Agenda.

H. Unfunded Mandates Reform Act

    This final rule does not impose unfunded mandates under the 
Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995. It does not result in costs of 
$141.3 million or more, adjusted for inflation, to either State, local, 
or tribal governments, in the aggregate, or to the private sector in 
any one year, and is the least burdensome alternative that achieves the 
objective of the rule.

I. Environmental Assessment

    The National Environmental Policy Act, 42 U.S.C. 4321-4375, 
requires that federal agencies analyze actions to determine whether the 
action will have a significant impact on the human environment. The 
Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) regulations require federal 
agencies to conduct an environmental review considering: (1) The need 
for the action; (2) alternatives to the action; (3) probable 
environmental impacts of the action and alternatives; and (4) the 
agencies and persons consulted during the consideration process. 40 CFR 
1508.9(b).
Description of Action
    Docket No. PHMSA-2013-0260 (HM-215M), Final Rule. The 
transportation of hazardous materials in commerce is subject to the 
HMR, issued under authority of Federal hazardous materials 
transportation law, codified at 49 U.S.C. 5001 et seq. To facilitate 
the safe and efficient transportation of hazardous materials in 
international commerce, the HMR provides that both domestic and 
international shipments of hazardous materials may be offered for 
transportation and transported under provisions of the international 
regulations.
Purpose and Need
    This action is necessary to integrate into the HMR recent changes 
to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code), the 
International Civil Aviation Organization's Technical Instructions for 
the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (ICAO TI), and the United 
Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods--Model 
Regulations (UN Model Regulations) effective January 1, 2015. If the 
changes in this final rule are not adopted in the HMR by this effective 
date, U.S. companies, including numerous small entities competing in 
foreign markets, would be at an economic disadvantage. These companies 
would be forced to comply with a dual system of transport regulations 
that could result in shippers and carriers segmenting domestic and 
international operations to accommodate differing requirements. The 
changes to the HMR contained in this rulemaking are intended to avoid 
this result.
    The intended effect of this action is to align the HMR with 
international hazardous material transport standards and requirements 
to the extent practicable in accordance with Federal Hazardous 
Materials transportation law (49 U.S.C. 5210). When considering the 
adoption of international hazardous material standards under the HMR, 
PHMSA reviews and evaluates each amendment on its own merit, on the 
basis of its overall impact on transportation safety, and the economic 
implications associated with its adoption into the HMR. Our goal is to 
harmonize without diminishing the level of safety currently provided by 
the HMR and without imposing undue burdens on the regulated public.
    In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the HMR to maintain alignment 
with international standards by incorporating various amendments, 
including changes to proper shipping names, hazard classes, packing 
groups, special provisions, packaging authorizations, air transport 
quantity limitations, and vessel stowage requirements. These revisions 
are necessary to harmonize and align the HMR with recent amendments 
adopted in the UN Model Regulations, IMDG Code, and the ICAO TI. The 
amendments in this final rule are intended to facilitate the safe and 
efficient transportation of hazardous materials in international 
commerce, provide clarity to encourage and increase regulatory 
compliance, and improve the efficacy of emergency

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response in the event of a hazardous materials incident.
Alternatives
    In developing this rule, we considered the following alternatives:
No Action Alternative
    If PHMSA chose this alternative, it would not proceed with any 
rulemaking on this subject and the current regulatory standards would 
remain in effect.
Preferred Alternative
    This alternative is the current rule as it appears in this final 
rule, applying to the transportation of hazardous materials by various 
transport modes (highway, rail, vessel and aircraft). The amendments 
included in this alternative are more fully addressed in the preamble 
and regulatory text sections of this final rule. However, they 
generally include:
    (1) Updates to references to various international hazardous 
materials transport standards;
    (2) Amendments to the hazardous materials table to add, revise, or 
remove certain proper shipping names, packing groups, special 
provisions, packaging authorizations, bulk packaging requirements and 
vessel stowage requirements;
    (3) Amendments to add and delete various substances to the list of 
marine pollutants in Appendix B to Sec.  172.101;
    (4) Changes throughout the Part 173 packaging requirements to 
authorize more flexibility when choosing packages for hazardous 
materials;
    (5) An exception from the HMR for marine pollutants up to 5 liters 
(1.3 gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 pounds) for solids when these 
materials are packaged in accordance with the general packaging 
requirements of Sec. Sec.  173.24 and 173.24a;
    (6) Minimum sizes for the OVERPACK and SALVAGE markings; and;
    (7) Revisions and additions to vessel stowage codes listed in 
column 10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in Sec.  176.83 
consistent with the IMDG Code.
No Action Alternative
    If PHMSA had selected the No Action Alternative, current 
regulations would remain in place, and no new provisions would be 
added. However, efficiencies gained through harmonization in updates to 
transport standards, lists of regulated substances, definitions, 
packagings, stowage requirements/codes, flexibilities allowed, enhanced 
markings, and segregation requirements would not be realized. Foregone 
efficiencies in the No Action Alternative include freeing up limited 
resources to concentrate on vessel transport hazard communication 
(hazcom) issues of potentially much greater environmental impact.
    Additionally, the Preferred Alternative encompasses enhanced and 
clarified regulatory requirements, which would result in increased 
compliance and fewer environmental and safety incidents. Not adopting 
the proposed environmental and safety requirements in the final rule 
under the No Action Alternative would result in a lost opportunity for 
reducing environmental and safety-related incidents.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under the No Action 
Alternative.
Preferred Alternative
    PHMSA selected the preferred alternative. Potential environmental 
impacts of each proposed amendment in the preferred alternative are 
discussed below:
    1. Updates to references to various international hazardous 
materials transport standards, including the 2015-2016 Edition of the 
ICAO TI; Amendment 37-14 to the IMDG Code; the 18th Revised Edition of 
the UN Model Regulations; Amendment 2 to the 5th revised edition of the 
UN Manual of Tests and Criteria; incorporation by reference of the 
Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations to include 
amendments through Amendment 11 (SOR/2012-245) December 5, 2012 and; 
adding two new references standards and update four other references to 
standards applicable to the manufacture, use, and requalification of 
pressure vessels published by the International Organization for 
Standardization:
    The HMR authorize shipments prepared in accordance with the ICAO TI 
and transported by motor vehicle either before or after being 
transported by aircraft. Similarly, the HMR authorize shipments 
prepared in accordance with the IMDG Code if all or part of the 
transportation is by vessel. The authorizations to use the ICAO TI and 
the IMDG code are subject to certain conditions and limitations 
outlined in part 171 subpart C. PHMSA believes that this adopted 
amendment, which will increase standardization and consistency of 
regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and the 
environment. Consistency between U.S. and international regulations 
enhances the safety and environmental protection of international 
hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the 
regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow 
of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of 
destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a 
hazardous materials incident.
    Enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through 
more targeted and effective training. This adopted amendment will 
eliminate inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper 
compliance training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate 
regulations, air and vessel carriers engaged in the transportation of 
hazardous materials generally elect to comply with the ICAO TI and IMDG 
Code as appropriate. By maintaining consistency between these 
international regulations and the HMR, shippers and carriers are able 
to train their hazmat employees in a single set of requirements for 
classification, packaging, hazard communication, handling, stowage, 
etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of improperly preparing and 
transporting a shipment of hazardous materials because of differences 
between domestic and international regulations.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this 
amendment.
    2. Amendments to the HMT to add, revise, or remove certain proper 
shipping names, packing groups, special provisions, packaging 
authorizations, bulk packaging requirements and vessel stowage 
requirements:
    PHMSA believes that this amendment, which will increase 
standardization and consistency of regulations, will result in greater 
protection of human health and the environment. Consistency between 
U.S. and international regulations enhances the safety and 
environmental protection of international hazardous materials 
transportation through better understanding of the regulations, an 
increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous 
materials from their points of origin to their points of destination, 
and consistent emergency response in the event of a hazardous materials 
incident. New and revised entries to the HMT reflect emerging 
technologies, and a need to better describe or differentiate between 
existing entries. These changes mirror changes in the Dangerous Goods 
list of The 18th Revised Edition of the UN Model Regulations, the 2015-
2016 Edition of the ICAO TI and the 37-14 amendments to the IMDG Code. 
It is extremely important for the domestic HMR to mirror the UN Model 
Regulations, the ICAO TI, and the IMDG Code with respect to the entries 
in the

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HMT to ensure consistent naming conventions across modes and 
international borders.
    Enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through 
more targeted and effective training. This amendment will eliminate 
inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance 
training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, 
international carriers engaged in the transportation of hazardous 
materials by vessel generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By 
maintaining consistency between these international regulations and the 
HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in 
a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard 
communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the 
possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of 
hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and 
international regulations.
    The packing group assignment reflects a degree of danger associated 
with a particular material and identifies appropriate packaging. 
However, assignment of a packing group is not appropriate in all cases 
(e.g. explosives, gases, radioactive material). In such cases the 
packing group does not indicate a degree of danger and the packaging 
requirements for those materials are specified in the appropriate 
section in part 173. Similarly for articles, the packing group only 
reflects the degree of the danger posed by the hazardous component, but 
may not reflect danger of the article itself, which may be 
substantially reduced or changed when compared to shipping the 
hazardous component alone. Currently and without specific rationale, 
some articles are assigned packing groups while others are not. The 
inconsistent application of packing groups to articles can create 
problems for trainers when trying to explain regulatory structure to 
students. This change provides a level of consistency for all articles 
specifically listed in the HMT, without diminishing environmental 
protection and safety.
    For adsorbed gases, PHMSA is adding into the HMR a definition, HMT 
entries, authorized packagings and safety requirements including but 
not limited to quantity limitations and filling limits. PHMSA believes 
that this amendment will result in greater protection of human health 
and the environment by facilitating the safe and efficient transport of 
gases adsorbed onto a porous media within cylinders. This technology 
allows the cylinder to be filled and transported with gas at sub-
atmospheric pressure. Sub-atmospheric transport of gas minimizes 
potential leaks of gas during transportation, thus providing 
significant safety and environmental improvements over traditional 
high-pressure cylinders. This method of transporting gas is a proven 
safe method authorized through a PHMSA special permit for over ten 
years and recently adopted into the UN Model Regulations, the ICAO TI 
and the IMDG Code.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this 
amendment.
    3. Additions and deletions of various substances to/from the list 
of Marine Pollutants in HMR, Appendix B to 172.101:
    As for the above amendments, PHMSA believes that this amendment, 
which will increase standardization and consistency of regulations, 
will result in greater protection of human health and the environment. 
Consistency between U.S. and international regulations enhances the 
safety and environmental protection of international hazardous 
materials transportation through better understanding of the 
regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow 
of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of 
destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a 
hazardous materials incident. The additions and deletions are based on 
the criteria contained in the IMDG code for substances classified as 
toxic to the aquatic environment. The HMR maintain a list as the basis 
for regulating substances toxic to the aquatic environment and allow 
use of the criteria in the IMDG Code if a listed material does not meet 
the criteria for a marine pollutant. PHMSA periodically updates its 
list based on changes to the IMDG code and evaluation of listed 
materials against the IMDG code criteria. Amending the marine pollutant 
list facilitates consistent communication of the presence of marine 
pollutants and safe and efficient transportation without imposing 
significant burden associated with characterizing mixtures as marine 
pollutants.
    Also similar to the above amendments, enhanced environmental 
protection will also be achieved through more targeted and effective 
training. This amendment will eliminate inconsistent hazardous 
materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. For 
ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, international carriers 
engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials by vessel 
generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By maintaining 
consistency between these international regulations and the HMR, 
shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a 
single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard 
communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the 
possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of 
hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and 
international regulations.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this 
amendment.
    4. Adopting changes throughout the HMR Part 173 packaging 
requirements to authorize more flexibility when choosing packages for 
hazardous materials:
    These changes adopt manufacturing and performance standards for 
small gas pressure receptacles without a relief device, clarify the use 
of the HMT entry ``fire extinguisher'', authorize the use of large 
salvage packagings and provide a list of authorized packagings for 
ammonium nitrate emulsions. As for the above amendments, PHMSA believes 
that these amendments, which increase standardization and consistency 
of regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and 
the environment. Consistency between US and international regulations 
enhances the safety and environmental protection of international 
hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the 
regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow 
of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of 
destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a 
hazardous materials incident. PHMSA is adopting changes throughout the 
Part 173 packaging requirements to authorize more flexibility when 
choosing packages for hazardous materials. This action is consistent 
with amendments adopted into the UN Model Regulations.
    These amendments permit additional flexibility for authorized 
packages without compromising environmental protection or safety. 
Manufacturing and performance standards for small gas pressure 
receptacles ensure a safe packaging that is capable of retaining its 
contents without being overly prescriptive. The clarification for fire 
extinguishers increases the transparency of the regulations, which will 
in turn result in increased compliance, reduced incidents of undeclared 
or misdeclared hazardous material and enhanced environmental protection 
and safety. Increased flexibility also adds to environmental protection 
by increasing the ease of regulatory compliance.
    Also similar to the above amendments, enhanced environmental

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protection will be achieved through more targeted and effective 
training. This amendment eliminates inconsistent hazardous materials 
regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. By maintaining 
consistency between the UN Model Regulations and the HMR, shippers and 
carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a single set of 
requirements for classification, packaging, hazard communication, 
handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the possibility of 
improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of hazardous materials 
because of differences between domestic and international regulations.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this 
amendment.
    5. Exception from the HMR for marine pollutants up to 5 liters (1.3 
gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 lbs.) for solids when these materials 
are packaged in accordance with the general packaging requirements of 
Sec. Sec.  173.24 and 173.24a:
    PHMSA believes that this amendment provides for a slight net 
increase in environmental protection and safety by reducing confusion 
and simplifying multi-modal hazardous material transportation 
requirements. Currently, packages containing less than 5 liters (1.3 
gallons) for liquids or 5 kg (11 lbs.) of material containing marine 
pollutants are subject to additional requirements such as shipping 
papers, Class 9 labeling and UN packaging when offered for transport by 
air or vessel in accordance with the ICAO TI or the IMDG Code. However, 
these same materials would not be subject to the HMR when transported 
by motor vehicle, rail car or aircraft in the US. The presence of these 
labels in one mode of transport can cause confusion in the US supply 
chain.
    This amendment exempts from the HMR small packages of hazardous 
material that are regulated because of the presence of one or more 
marine pollutants. Materials in these quantities pose a low risk in 
transportation. In addition, these low quantities of materials present 
even lower risks in transportation because they often contain low 
concentrations of marine pollutant constituents. Lastly, risks of 
incidents are very low. In the past 10 years, in tens of thousands of 
vessel shipments, PHMSA's data contains only one record of marine 
pollutant released on a vessel that caused environmental damage. In 
this incident, the material was packaged in a 55-gallon drum and would 
not be impacted by this amendment, since the package would still be 
required to display the marine pollutant mark and the shipping 
documents would still have to communicate the presence of a marine 
pollutant. By reducing the hazard communication (hazcom) burdens for 
lower risk commodities, industry, shippers, and transporters can focus 
hazcom resources on areas with potentially greater environmental and 
safety consequences.
    This action is consistent with recent revisions to the IMDG Code. 
PHMSA believes that this amendment will increase standardization and 
consistency of regulations, may also result in greater protection of 
human health and the environment. Consistency between US and 
international regulations enhances the safety and environmental 
protection of international hazardous materials transportation through 
better understanding of the regulations, an increased level of industry 
compliance, the smooth flow of hazardous materials from their points of 
origin to their points of destination, and consistent emergency 
response in the event of a hazardous materials incident. Excepting 
these quantities of marine pollutants from the HMR will facilitate 
consistent communication of the presence of marine pollutants and 
facilitate safe and efficient transportation without imposing 
significant burden associated with characterizing mixtures as marine 
pollutants.
    Also similar to the above amendments, enhanced environmental 
protection will also be achieved through more targeted and effective 
training. This amendment will eliminate inconsistent hazardous 
materials regulations, which hamper compliance training efforts. For 
ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, international carriers 
engaged in the transportation of hazardous materials by vessel 
generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By maintaining 
consistency between these international regulations and the HMR, 
shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in a 
single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard 
communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the 
possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of 
hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and 
international regulations.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this 
amendment.
    6. Amendments to add minimum sizes for the OVERPACK and SALVAGE 
markings. These markings would be characters at least 12 mm (.47 
inches) high:
    PHMSA believes that this amendment, which will provide for enhanced 
hazard communication, will result in greater protection of human health 
and the environment. An overpack is an enclosure to provide protection 
or convenience of handling for one or more packages such as pallets and 
crates. A salvage package is used to contain a damaged, leaking or non-
conforming package. The HMR require these packages to be marked 
OVERPACK or SALVAGE, as appropriate. This communicates the nature of 
these specialized packaging configurations to package handlers and 
emergency responders. However, because there is currently no minimum 
size requirement for these marks, this information is not always 
readily visible. This amendment would ensure that these hazard markings 
are visible, thus resulting in decreased incidents with impacts to the 
environment and safety.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this 
amendment.
    7. Amendments to revise and add vessel stowage codes listed in 
column 10B of the HMT and segregation requirements in HMR Sec.  176.83 
consistent with the IMDG Code. These changes are designed to harmonize 
with the IMDG Code and would provide additional guidance on the loading 
and stowage of various materials. Additionally, proposed amendments to 
increase the required segregation distances between Division 4.3 
dangerous when wet material (i.e. materials liable to give off a 
flammable or toxic gas in contact with water) and Class 3 flammable 
liquids and Division 2.1 flammable gases:
    As discussed for previous amendments herein, PHMSA believes that 
this amendment, which will increase standardization and consistency of 
regulations, will result in greater protection of human health and the 
environment. Consistency between US and international regulations 
enhances the safety and environmental protection of international 
hazardous materials transportation through better understanding of the 
regulations, an increased level of industry compliance, the smooth flow 
of hazardous materials from their points of origin to their points of 
destination, and consistent emergency response in the event of a 
hazardous materials incident. New and revised entries to the HMT 
reflect emerging technologies, and a need to better describe or 
differentiate between existing entries. These proposed changes mirror 
the IMDG Code. It is extremely important for the domestic HMR and HMT 
to mirror the IMDG

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Code to ensure consistent naming conventions across modes and 
international borders.
    Enhanced environmental protection will also be achieved through 
more targeted and effective training. This amendment will eliminate 
inconsistent hazardous materials regulations, which hamper compliance 
training efforts. For ease of compliance with appropriate regulations, 
international carriers engaged in the transportation of hazardous 
materials by vessel generally elect to comply with the IMDG Code. By 
maintaining consistency between these international regulations and the 
HMR, shippers and carriers are able to train their hazmat employees in 
a single set of requirements for classification, packaging, hazard 
communication, handling, stowage, etc., thereby minimizing the 
possibility of improperly preparing and transporting a shipment of 
hazardous materials because of differences between domestic and 
international regulations.
    PHMSA also believes that this group of amendments will increase 
environmental protection and safety through its increased segregation 
distance requirements and enhanced guidance, which will better prevent 
materials from contacting each other and/or water in transportation. 
Increased segregation distances prevent the mixing of incompatible 
material and the subsequent evolution of flammable or toxic gases, 
along with attendant fires and explosions. Together, stowage and 
segregation help manage the risks associated with the transport of 
hazardous materials by water. While the risk associated with the 
transport of these materials is relatively low, these measures would 
further reduce that risk and prevent the spread of a fire between 
flammable materials and materials that react dangerously with water.
    Greenhouse gas emissions would remain the same under this 
amendment.
Agencies Consulted
    This final rule represents PHMSA's first action in the US for this 
program area. PHMSA has coordinated with the US Federal Aviation 
Administration and the US Coast Guard, in the development of this final 
rule. PHMSA has considered the views expressed in comments to the NPRM 
submitted by members of the public, state and local governments, and 
industry.
Conclusion
    The provisions of this final rule build on current regulatory 
requirements to enhance the transportation safety and security of 
shipments of hazardous materials transported by highway, rail, aircraft 
and vessel, thereby reducing the risks of an accidental or intentional 
release of hazardous materials and consequent environmental damage. 
PHMSA believes the net environmental impact will be positive. PHMSA 
believes that there are no significant environmental impacts associated 
with this final rule.

J. Privacy Act

    In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 553(c), DOT solicits comments from the 
public to better inform its rulemaking process. DOT posts these 
comments, without edit, including any personal information the 
commenter provides, to www.regulations.gov, as described in the system 
of records notice (DOT/ALL-14 FDMS), which can be reviewed at 
www.dot.gov/privacy.

K. Executive Order 13609 and International Trade Analysis

    Under E.O. 13609, agencies must consider whether the impacts 
associated with significant variations between domestic and 
international regulatory approaches are unnecessary or may impair the 
ability of American business to export and compete internationally. In 
meeting shared challenges involving health, safety, labor, security, 
environmental, and other issues, international regulatory cooperation 
can identify approaches that are at least as protective as those that 
are or would be adopted in the absence of such cooperation. 
International regulatory cooperation can also reduce, eliminate, or 
prevent unnecessary differences in regulatory requirements.
    Similarly, the Trade Agreements Act of 1979 (Pub. L. 96-39), as 
amended by the Uruguay Round Agreements Act (Pub. L. 103-465), 
prohibits Federal agencies from establishing any standards or engaging 
in related activities that create unnecessary obstacles to the foreign 
commerce of the United States. For purposes of these requirements, 
Federal agencies may participate in the establishment of international 
standards, so long as the standards have a legitimate domestic 
objective, such as providing for safety, and do not operate to exclude 
imports that meet this objective. The statute also requires 
consideration of international standards and, where appropriate, that 
they be the basis for U.S. standards.
    PHMSA participates in the establishment of international standards 
to protect the safety of the American public, and we have assessed the 
effects of the proposed rule to ensure that it does not cause 
unnecessary obstacles to foreign trade. In fact, the rule is designed 
to facilitate international trade. Accordingly, this rulemaking is 
consistent with E.O. 13609 and PHMSA's obligations under the Trade 
Agreement Act, as amended.

List of Subjects

49 CFR Part 171

    Exports, Hazardous materials transportation, Hazardous waste, 
Imports, Incorporation by reference, Reporting and recordkeeping 
requirements.

49 CFR Part 172

    Education, Hazardous materials transportation, Hazardous waste, 
Incorporation by reference, Labeling, Markings, Packaging and 
containers, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.

49 CFR Part 173

    Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, 
Packaging and containers, Radioactive materials, Reporting and 
recordkeeping requirements, Uranium.

49 CFR Part 175

    Air carriers, Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by 
reference, Radioactive materials, Reporting and recordkeeping 
requirements.

49 CFR Part 176

    Maritime carriers, Hazardous materials transportation, 
Incorporation by reference, Radioactive materials, Reporting and 
recordkeeping requirements.

49 CFR Part 178

    Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, 
Motor vehicle safety, Packaging and containers, Reporting and 
recordkeeping requirements.

49 CFR Part 180

    Hazardous materials transportation, Incorporation by reference, 
Motor carriers, Motor vehicle safety, Packaging and containers, 
Railroad safety, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.

    In consideration of the foregoing, PHMSA is amending 49 CFR Chapter 
I as follows:

PART 171--GENERAL INFORMATION, REGULATIONS, AND DEFINITIONS

0
1. The authority citation for part 171 continues to read as follows:

    Authority:  49 U.S.C. 5101-5128, 44701; Pub. L. 101-410 section 
4 (28 U.S.C. 2461 note); Pub. L. 104-134, section 31001; 49 CFR 1.81 
and 1.97.

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2. In Sec.  171.4, paragraph (c) is revised to read as follows:


Sec.  171.4  Marine pollutants.

* * * * *
    (c) Exceptions. (1) Except when all or part of the transportation 
is by vessel, the requirements of this subchapter specific to marine 
pollutants do not apply to non-bulk packagings transported by motor 
vehicle, rail car or aircraft.
    (2) Single or combination packagings containing a net quantity per 
single or inner packaging of 5 L or less for liquids or having a net 
mass of 5 kg or less for solids, are not subject to any other 
requirements of this subchapter provided the packagings meet the 
general requirements in Sec. Sec.  173.24 and 173.24a. This exception 
does not apply to marine pollutants that are a hazardous waste or a 
hazardous substance. In the case of marine pollutants also meeting the 
criteria for inclusion in another hazard class, all provisions of this 
subchapter relevant to any additional hazards continue to apply.
* * * * *

0
3. In Sec.  171.7
0
a. Revise paragraphs (a)(1), (s)(1), (t)(1), (v)(2), (w)(1) through 
(52), and (dd)(1) and (dd)(2) introductory text.
0
b. Add paragraphs (w)(53) through (w)(58), (bb)(1)(ix), (bb)(1)(x), 
(bb)(1)(xi), (bb)(1)(xii), and (dd)(2)(iii).
    The revisions and additions are to read as follows:


Sec.  171.7  Reference material.

    (a) Matter incorporated by reference--(1) General. There is 
incorporated, by reference in parts 170 through 189 of this subchapter, 
matter referred to that is not specifically set forth. This matter is 
hereby made a part of the regulations in parts 170 through 189 of this 
subchapter. The matter subject to change is incorporated only as it is 
in effect on the date of issuance of the regulation referring to that 
matter. The materials listed in paragraphs (b) through (ee) of this 
section have been approved for incorporation by reference by the 
Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 
1 CFR part 51. Material is incorporated as it exists on the date of the 
approval and a notice of any change in the material will be published 
in the Federal Register. Matters referenced by footnote are included as 
part of the regulations of this subchapter.
* * * * *
    (s) * * *
    (1) IAEA Safety Standards for Protecting People and the 
Environment; Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive 
Material, No. SSR-6, (IAEA Regulations), 2012 Edition, into Sec. Sec.  
171.22; 171.23; 171.26; 173.415; 173.416; 173.417; 173.435; 173.473.
* * * * *
    (t) * * *
    (1) Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous 
Goods by Air (ICAO Technical Instructions), 2015-2016 Edition, 
copyright 2014, into Sec. Sec.  171.8; 171.22; 171.23; 171.24; 172.101; 
172.202; 172.401; 172.512; 172.519; 172.602; 173.56; 173.320; 175.10, 
175.33; 178.3.
* * * * *
    (v) * * *
    (2) International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code), 
Incorporating Amendment 37-14 (English Edition), 2014 Edition, into 
Sec. Sec.  171.22; 171.23; 171.25; 172.101; 172.202; 172.203 172.401; 
172.502; 172.519; 172.602; 173.21; 173.56; 176.2; 176.5; 176.11; 
176.27; 176.30; 176.83; 176.84; 176.140; 176.720; 178.3; 178.274.
* * * * *
    (w) * * *
    (1) ISO 535-1991(E) Paper and board--Determination of water 
absorptiveness--Cobb method, 1991, into Sec. Sec.  178.516; 178.707; 
178.708.
    (2) ISO 1496-1: 1990 (E)--Series 1 freight containers--
Specification and testing, Part 1: General cargo containers. Fifth 
Edition, (August 15, 1990), into Sec.  173.411.
    (3) ISO 1496-3(E)--Series 1 freight containers--Specification and 
testing--Part 3: Tank containers for liquids, gases and pressurized dry 
bulk, Fourth edition, March 1995, into Sec. Sec.  178.74; 178.75; 
178.274.
    (4) ISO 1516:2002(E), Determination of flash/no flash--Closed cup 
equilibrium method, Third Edition, 2002-03-01, into Sec.  173.120.
    (5) ISO 1523:2002(E), Determination of flash point--Closed cup 
equilibrium method, Third Edition, 2002-03-01, into Sec.  173.120.
    (6) ISO 2431-1984(E) Standard Cup Method, 1984, into Sec.  173.121.
    (7) ISO 2592:2000(E), Determination of flash and fire points--
Cleveland open cup method, Second Edition, 2000-09-15, into Sec.  
173.120.
    (8) ISO 2719:2002(E), Determination of flash point--Pensky-Martens 
closed cup method, Third Edition, 2002-11-15, into Sec.  173.120.
    (9) ISO 2919:1999(E), Radiation Protection--Sealed radioactive 
sources--General requirements and classification, (ISO 2919), second 
edition, February 15, 1999, into Sec.  173.469.
    (10) ISO 3036-1975(E) Board--Determination of puncture resistance, 
1975, into Sec.  178.708.
    (11) ISO 3405:2000(E), Petroleum products--Determination of 
distillation characteristics at atmospheric pressure, Third Edition, 
2000-03-01, into Sec.  173.121.
    (12) ISO 3574-1986(E) Cold-reduced carbon steel sheet of commercial 
and drawing qualities, into Sec.  178.503; Part 178, appendix C.
    (13) ISO 3679:2004(E), Determination of flash point--Rapid 
equilibrium closed cup method, Third Edition, 2004-04-01, into Sec.  
173.120.
    (14) ISO 3680:2004(E), Determination of flash/no flash--Rapid 
equilibrium closed cup method, Fourth Edition, 2004-04-01, into Sec.  
173.120.
    (15) ISO 3807-2(E), Cylinders for acetylene--Basic requirements--
Part 2: Cylinders with fusible plugs, First edition, March 2000, into 
Sec. Sec.  173.303; 178.71.
    (16) ISO 3924:1999(E), Petroleum products--Determination of boiling 
range distribution--Gas chromatography method, Second Edition, 1999-08-
01, into Sec.  173.121.
    (17) ISO 4126-1:2004(E): Safety devices for protection against 
excessive pressure--Part 1: Safety valves, Second edition 2004-02-15, 
into Sec.  178.274.
    (18) ISO 4126-7:2004(E): Safety devices for protection against 
excessive pressure--Part 7: Common data, First Edition 2004-02-15 into 
Sec.  178.274.
    (19) ISO 4126-7:2004/Cor.1:2006(E): Safety devices for protection 
against excessive pressure--Part 7: Common data, Technical Corrigendum 
1, 2006-11-01, into Sec.  178.274.
    (20) ISO 4626:1980(E), Volatile organic liquids--Determination of 
boiling range of organic solvents used as raw materials, First Edition, 
1980-03-01, into Sec.  173.121.
    (21) ISO 4706:2008(E), Gas cylinders--Refillable welded steel 
cylinders--Test pressure 60 bar and below, First Edition, 2008-04-15, 
Corrected Version, 2008-07-01, into Sec.  178.71.
    (22) ISO 6406(E), Gas cylinders--Seamless steel gas cylinders--
Periodic inspection and testing, Second edition, February 2005, into 
Sec.  180.207.
    (23) ISO 6892 Metallic materials--Tensile testing, July 15, 1984, 
First Edition, into Sec.  178.274.
    (24) ISO 7225(E), Gas cylinders--Precautionary labels, Second 
Edition, July 2005, into Sec.  178.71.
    (25) ISO 7866(E), Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless aluminum alloy 
gas cylinders--Design, construction and testing, First edition, June 
1999, into Sec.  178.71.

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    (26) ISO 8115 Cotton bales--Dimensions and density, 1986 Edition, 
into Sec.  172.102.
    (27) ISO 9809-1:1999(E): Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless steel 
gas cylinders--Design, construction and testing--Part 1: Quenched and 
tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1100 MPa., 
First edition, June 1999, into Sec. Sec.  178.37; 178.71; 178.75.
    (28) ISO 9809-1:2010(E): Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless steel 
gas cylinders--Design, construction and testing--Part 1: Quenched and 
tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength less than 1 100 MPa., 
Second edition, 2010-04-15, into Sec. Sec.  178.37; 178.71; 178.75.
    (29) ISO 9809-2:2000(E): Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless steel 
gas cylinders--Design, construction and testing--Part 2: Quenched and 
tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength greater than or equal to 
1 100 MPa., First edition, June 2000, into Sec. Sec.  178.71; 178.75.
    (30) ISO 9809-2:2010(E): Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless steel 
gas cylinders--Design, construction and testing--Part 2: Quenched and 
tempered steel cylinders with tensile strength greater than or equal to 
1100 MPa., Second edition, 2010-04-15, into Sec. Sec.  178.71; 178.75.
    (31) ISO 9809-3:2000(E): Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless steel 
gas cylinders--Design, construction and testing--Part 3: Normalized 
steel cylinders, First edition, December 2000, into Sec. Sec.  178.71; 
178.75.
    (32) ISO 9809-3:2010(E): Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless steel 
gas cylinders--Design, construction and testing--Part 3: Normalized 
steel cylinders, Second edition, 2010-04-15, into Sec. Sec.  178.71; 
178.75.
    (33) ISO 9978:1992(E)--Radiation protection--Sealed radioactive 
sources--Leakage test methods. First Edition, (February 15, 1992), into 
Sec.  173.469.
    (34) ISO 10156:2010(E): Gases and gas mixtures--Determination of 
fire potential and oxidizing ability for the selection of cylinder 
valve outlets, Third edition, 2010-04-01, into Sec.  173.115.
    (35) ISO 10156:2010/Cor.1:2010(E): Gases and gas mixtures--
Determination of fire potential and oxidizing ability for the selection 
of cylinder valve outlets, Technical Corrigendum 1, 2010-09-01, into 
Sec.  173.115.
    (36) ISO 10297:1999(E), Gas cylinders--Refillable gas cylinder 
valves--Specification and type testing, First Edition, 1995-05-01, into 
Sec. Sec.  173.301b; 178.71.
    (37) ISO 10297:2006(E), Transportable gas cylinders--Cylinder 
valves--Specification and type testing, Second Edition, 2006-01-15, 
into Sec. Sec.  173.301b; 178.71.
    (38) ISO 10461:2005(E), Gas cylinders--Seamless aluminum-alloy gas 
cylinders--Periodic inspection and testing, Second Edition, 2005-02-15 
and Amendment 1, 2006-07-15, into Sec.  180.207.
    (39) ISO 10462 (E), Gas cylinders--Transportable cylinders for 
dissolved acetylene--Periodic inspection and maintenance, Second 
edition, February 2005, into Sec.  180.207.
    (40) ISO 10692-2:2001(E), Gas cylinders--Gas cylinder valve 
connections for use in the micro-electronics industry--Part 2: 
Specification and type testing for valve to cylinder connections, First 
Edition, 2001-08-01, into Sec. Sec.  173.40; 173.302c.
    (41) ISO 11114-1:2012(E), Gas cylinders--Compatibility of cylinder 
and valve materials with gas contents--Part 1: Metallic materials, 
Second edition, 2012-03-15, into Sec. Sec.  173.301b; 178.71.
    (42) ISO 11114-2(E), Transportable gas cylinders--Compatibility of 
cylinder and valve materials with gas contents--Part 2: Non-metallic 
materials, First edition, December 2000, into Sec. Sec.  173.301b; 
178.71.
    (43) ISO 11117:1998(E): Gas cylinders--Valve protection caps and 
valve guards for industrial and medical gas cylinders.--Design, 
construction and tests, First edition, 1998-08-01, into Sec.  173.301b.
    (44) ISO 11117:2008(E): Gas cylinders--Valve protection caps and 
valve guards--Design, construction and tests, Second edition, 2008-09-
01, into Sec.  173.301b.
    (45) ISO 11117:2008/Cor.1:2009(E): Gas cylinders--Valve protection 
caps and valve guards--Design, construction and tests, Technical 
Corrigendum 1, 2009-05-01, into Sec.  173.301b.
    (46) ISO 11118(E), Gas cylinders--Non-refillable metallic gas 
cylinders--Specification and test methods, First edition, October 1999, 
into Sec.  178.71.
    (47) ISO 11119-1(E), Gas cylinders--Gas cylinders of composite 
construction--Specification and test methods--Part 1: Hoop-wrapped 
composite gas cylinders, First edition, May 2002, into Sec.  178.71.
    (48) ISO 11119-2(E), Gas cylinders--Gas cylinders of composite 
construction--Specification and test methods--Part 2: Fully wrapped 
fibre reinforced composite gas cylinders with load-sharing metal 
liners, First edition, May 2002, into Sec.  178.71.
    (49) ISO 11119-3(E), Gas cylinders of composite construction--
Specification and test methods--Part 3: Fully wrapped fibre reinforced 
composite gas cylinders with non-load-sharing metallic or non-metallic 
liners, First edition, September 2002, into Sec.  178.71.
    (50) ISO 11120(E), Gas cylinders--Refillable seamless steel tubes 
of water capacity between 150 L and 3000 L--Design, construction and 
testing, First edition, March 1999, into Sec. Sec.  178.71; 178.75.
    (51) ISO 11513:2011(E), Gas cylinders--Refillable welded steel 
cylinders containing materials for sub-atmospheric gas packaging 
(excluding acetylene)--Design, construction, testing, use and periodic 
inspection, First edition, 2011-09-12, into Sec. Sec.  173.302c; 
178.71; 180.207.
    (52) ISO 11621(E), Gas cylinders--Procedures for change of gas 
service, First edition, April 1997, into Sec. Sec.  173.302, 173.336, 
173.337.
    (53) ISO 11623(E), Transportable gas cylinders--Periodic inspection 
and testing of composite gas cylinders, First edition, March 2002, into 
Sec.  180.207.
    (54) ISO 13340:2001(E) Transportable gas cylinders--Cylinder valves 
for non-refillable cylinders--Specification and prototype testing, 
First edition, 2004-04-01, into Sec. Sec.  173.301b; 178.71.
    (55) ISO 13736:2008(E), Determination of flash point--Abel closed-
cup method, Second Edition, 2008-09-15, into Sec.  173.120.
    (56) ISO 16111:2008(E), Transportable gas storage devices--Hydrogen 
absorbed in reversible metal hydride, First Edition, 2008-11-15, into 
Sec. Sec.  173.301b; 173.311; 178.71.
    (57) ISO 18172-1:2007(E), Gas cylinders--Refillable welded 
stainless steel cylinders--Part 1: Test pressure 6 MPa and below, First 
Edition, 2007-03-01, into Sec.  178.71.
    (58) ISO 20703:2006(E), Gas cylinders--Refillable welded aluminum-
alloy cylinders--Design, construction and testing, First Edition, 2006-
05-01, into Sec.  178.71.
* * * * *
    (bb) * * *
    (1) * * *
    (ix) SOR/2011-239 November 9, 2011.
    (x) SOR/2011-60 March 16, 2011.
    (xi) SOR/2011-210 October 12, 2011.
    (xii) SOR/2012-245 December 5, 2012.
* * * * *
    (dd) * * *
    (1) UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Model 
Regulations (UN Recommendations), 18th revised edition, Volumes I and 
II (2013), into Sec. Sec.  171.8; 171.12; 172.202; 172.401; 172.407; 
172.502; 173.22; 173.24; 173.24b; 173.40; 173.56; 173.192; 173.302b; 
173.304b; 178.75; 178.274.

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    (2) UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Manual 
of Tests and Criteria, (Manual of Tests and Criteria), into Sec. Sec.  
171.24, 172.102; 173.21; 173.56; 173.57; 173.58; 173.60; 173.115; 
173.124; 173.125; 173.127; 173.128; 173.137; 173.185; 173.220; 173.225, 
part 173, appendix H; 178.274:
* * * * *
    (iii) Fifth revised edition, amendment 2 (2013).
* * * * *

0
4. In Sec.  171.8, the definitions for ``Adsorbed gas,'' ``Large 
salvage packaging,'' ``Neutron Radiation Detector'' and ``Radiation 
Detection System'' are added in alphabetical order, and the definitions 
for ``Bundle of cylinders'' and ``Non-bulk packaging'' are revised to 
read as follows:


Sec.  171.8  Definitions and abbreviations.

* * * * *
    Adsorbed gas. See Sec.  173.115 of this subchapter.
* * * * *
    Bundle of cylinders means assemblies of UN cylinders fastened 
together and interconnected by a manifold and transported as a unit. 
The total water capacity for the bundle may not exceed 3,000 L, except 
that a bundle intended for the transport of gases in Division 2.3 is 
limited to a water capacity of 1,000 L. Not permitted for air 
transport.
* * * * *
    Large salvage packaging means a special packaging into which 
damaged, defective or leaking hazardous materials packages, or 
hazardous materials that have spilled or leaked are placed for the 
purpose of transport for recovery or disposal, that--
    (1) Is designed for mechanical handling; and
    (2) Has a net mass greater than 400 kg (882 pounds) or a capacity 
of greater than 450 L (119 gallons), but has a volume of not more than 
3 cubic meters (106 cubic feet).
* * * * *
    Neutron Radiation Detector means a device that detects neutron 
radiation. In such a device, a gas may be contained in a hermetically 
sealed electron tube transducer that converts neutron radiation into a 
measurable electric signal.
* * * * *
    Non-bulk packaging means a packaging which has:
    (1) A maximum capacity of 450 L (119 gallons) or less as a 
receptacle for a liquid;
    (2) A maximum net mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) or less and a maximum 
capacity of 450 L (119 gallons) or less as a receptacle for a solid;
    (3) A water capacity of 454 kg (1000 pounds) or less as a 
receptacle for a gas as defined in Sec.  173.115 of this subchapter; or
    (4) Regardless of the definition of bulk packaging, a maximum net 
mass of 400 kg (882 pounds) or less for a bag or a box conforming to 
the applicable requirements for specification packagings, including the 
maximum net mass limitations, provided in subpart L of part 178 of this 
subchapter.
* * * * *
    Radiation detection system means an apparatus that contains 
radiation detectors as components.
* * * * *

0
5. In Sec.  171.23 revise paragraphs (b)(2), (b)(11)(iv) and add 
paragraph (b)(11)(ix) to read as follows:


Sec.  171.23  Requirements for specific materials and packagings 
transported under the ICAO Technical Instructions, IMDG Code, Transport 
Canada TDG Regulations, or the IAEA Regulations.

* * * * *
    (b) * * *
    (2) Safety devices for vehicles, vessels or aircraft, e.g. air bag 
inflators, air bag modules, seat-belt pretensioners, and pyromechanical 
devices. For each safety device, the shipping paper description must 
conform to the requirements in Sec.  173.166(c) of this subchapter.
* * * * *
    (11) * * *
    (iv) The country of origin for the shipment must have adopted the 
edition of SSR-6 of the IAEA Regulations referenced in Sec.  171.7.
* * * * *
    (ix) Packages containing fissile materials must conform to the 
requirements of Sec.  173.453 to be otherwise excepted from the 
requirements of Subpart I of Part 173 for fissile materials.
* * * * *

0
6. In Sec.  171.24 paragraph (d)(1)(ii) is revised to read as follows:


Sec.  171.24  Additional requirements for the use of the ICAO Technical 
Instructions.

* * * * *
    (d) * * *
    (1) * * *
    (ii) Lithium metal cells and batteries. Lithium metal cells and 
batteries (UN3090) are forbidden for transport aboard passenger-
carrying aircraft. The outside of each package that contains lithium 
metal cells or lithium metal batteries (UN3090) transported in 
accordance with Packing Instruction 968, Section II must be marked 
``PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES--FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER 
AIRCRAFT'' or ``LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES--FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD 
PASSENGER AIRCRAFT'', or labeled with a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label 
specified in Sec.  172.448 of this subchapter.
* * * * *

0
7. In Sec.  171.25, paragraph (b)(3) is revised to read as follows:


Sec.  171.25  Additional requirements for the use of the IMDG Code.

* * * * *
    (b) * * *
    (3) The outside of each package containing lithium metal cells or 
batteries (UN3090) transported in accordance with special provision 188 
of the IMDG Code must be marked ``PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES--FORBIDDEN 
FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT'' or ``LITHIUM METAL 
BATTERIES--FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT'', or 
labeled with a CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY label specified in Sec.  172.448 of 
this subchapter. The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to 
packages that contain 5 kg (11 pounds) net weight or less of lithium 
metal cells or batteries that are packed with, or contained in, 
equipment.
* * * * *

PART 172--HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TABLE, SPECIAL PROVISIONS, HAZARDOUS 
MATERIALS COMMUNICATIONS, EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATION, TRAINING 
REQUIREMENTS, AND SECURITY PLANS

0
8. The authority citation for part 172 continues to read as follows:

    Authority:  49 U.S.C. 5101-5128, 44701; 49 CFR 1.81, 1.96 and 
1.97.


0
9. In Sec.  172.101, revise paragraphs (f) and (k) introductory text to 
read as follows:


Sec.  172.101  Purpose and use of the hazardous materials table.

* * * * *
    (f) Column 5: Packing group. Column 5 specifies one or more packing 
groups assigned to a material corresponding to the proper shipping name 
and hazard class for that material. Class 2, Class 7, Division 6.2 
(other than regulated medical wastes), and ORM-D materials, do not have 
packing groups. Articles in other than Class 1 are not assigned to 
packing groups. For packing purposes, any requirement for a specific 
packaging performance level is set out in the applicable packing 
authorizations of

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Part 173. Packing Groups I, II and III indicate the degree of danger 
presented by the material is great, medium or minor, respectively. If 
more than one packing group is indicated for an entry, the packing 
group for the hazardous material is determined using the criteria for 
assignment of packing groups specified in subpart D of part 173. When a 
reevaluation of test data or new data indicates a need to modify the 
specified packing group(s), the data should be submitted to the 
Associate Administrator. Each reference in this column to a material 
which is a hazardous waste or a hazardous substance, and whose proper 
shipping name is preceded in Column 1 of the Table by the letter ``A'' 
or ``W'', is modified to read ``III'' on those occasions when the 
material is offered for transportation or transported by a mode in 
which its transportation is not otherwise subject to requirements of 
this subchapter.
* * * * *
    (k) Column 10: Vessel stowage requirements. Column 10A [Vessel 
stowage] specifies the authorized stowage locations on board cargo and 
passenger vessels. Column 10B [Other provisions] specifies codes for 
stowage and handling requirements for specific hazardous materials. 
Hazardous materials offered for transportation as limited quantities 
are allocated stowage category A and are not subject to the stowage 
codes assigned by column 10B. The meaning of each code in Column 10B is 
set forth in Sec.  176.84 of this subchapter. Section 176.63 of this 
subchapter sets forth the physical requirements for each of the 
authorized locations listed in Column 10A. (For bulk transportation by 
vessel, see 46 CFR parts 30 to 40, 70, 98, 148, 151, 153 and 154.) The 
authorized stowage locations specified in Column 10A are defined as 
follows:
* * * * *

0
10. In Sec.  172.101, the Hazardous Materials Table is amended by 
removing the entries under ``[REMOVE]'', by adding the entries under 
``[ADD]'' and revising entries under ``[REVISE]'' in the appropriate 
alphabetical sequence to read as follows:

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 Hazardous                                                                                                     (8) Packaging (Sec.   173.***)           (9) Quantity limitations (see         (10) Vessel stowage
                 materials        Hazard                                                                 Special      ------------------------------------------------     Sec.  Sec.   173.27 and    ----------------------------------
  Symbols    descriptions and    class or    Identification           PG            Label codes      provisions (Sec.                                                 -------------175.75)------------
              proper shipping    division         Nos.                                                   172.102)        Exceptions       Non-bulk          Bulk          Passenger    Cargo aircraft     Location           Other
                   names                                                                                                                                                aircraft/rail       only
(1)         (2)...............         (3)  (4).............  (5)..............  (6)..............  (7)..............  (8A)..........  (8B)..........  (8C)..........  (9A)..........  (9B)..........  (10A).........  (10B)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            [REMOVE]..........
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
I.........  Air bag inflators,        1.4G  UN0503..........  .................  1.4G.............  161, A200........  None..........  62............  None..........  Forbidden.....  75 kg.........  02............  25
             or Air bag
             modules, or Seat-
             belt
             pretensioners.
            Air bag inflators,           9  UN3268..........  III..............  9................  160, A200........  166...........  166...........  166...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............
             or Air bag
             modules, or Seat-
             belt
             pretensioners.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammonium nitrate,          5.1  UN1942..........  III..............  5.1..............  A1, A29, B120,     152...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  25, 59, 60, 116
             with not more                                                                           IB8, IP3, T1,
             than 0.2% total                                                                         TP33.
             combustible
             material,
             including any
             organic
             substance,
             calculated as
             carbon to the
             exclusion of any
             other added
             substance.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
I.........  Blue asbestos                9  UN2212..........  II...............  9................  156, IB8, IP2,     155...........  216...........  240...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  A.............  34, 40
             (Crocidolite) or                                                                        IP4, T3, TP33.
             Brown asbestos
             (amosite,
             mysorite).
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Capacitor,                   9  UN3499..........  .................  9................  361..............  176...........  176...........  176...........  No limit......  No limit......  A.............
             electric double
             layer (with an
             energy storage
             capacity greater
             than 0.3 Wh).
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Chemical kits.....           9  UN3316..........  .................  9................  15...............  161...........  161...........  None..........  10 kg.........  10 kg.........  A.............
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            First aid kits....           9  UN3316..........  .................  9................  15...............  161...........  161...........  None..........  10 kg.........  10 kg.........  A.............
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Trinitrobenzene,          1.1D  UN0214..........  II...............  1.1D.............  .................  None..........  62............  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  04............  25
             dry or wetted
             with less than 30
             percent water, by
             mass.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Trifluorochloroeth         2.3  UN1082..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  3, B14, T50......  None..........  304...........  314, 315......  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             ylene, stabilized.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
I.........  White asbestos               9  UN2590..........  III..............  9................  156, IB8, IP2,     155...........  216...........  240...........  200 kg........  200 kg........  A.............  34, 40
             (chrysotile,                                                                            IP3, T1, TP33.
             actinolite,
             anthophyllite,
             tremolite).
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            [ADD].............
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.2  UN3511..........  .................  2.2..............  .................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  75 kg.........  150 kg........  A.............
             n.o.s.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.1  UN3510..........  .................  2.1..............  .................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  150 kg........  D.............  40
             flammable, n.o.s.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.2  UN3513..........  .................  2.2, 5.1.........  .................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  75 kg.........  150 kg........  D.............
             oxidizing, n.o.s.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3512..........  .................  2.3..............  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone A.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3512..........  .................  2.3..............  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone B.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3512..........  .................  2.3..............  3, B14...........  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone C.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3512..........  .................  2.3..............  4................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone D.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3516..........  .................  2.3, 8...........  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, corrosive,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone A.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3516..........  .................  2.3, 8...........  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, corrosive,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone B.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3516..........  .................  2.3, 8...........  3, B14...........  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, corrosive,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone C.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3516..........  .................  2.3, 8...........  4................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, corrosive,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone D.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3514..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, flammable,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone A.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3514..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, flammable,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone B.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3514..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  3, B14...........  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, flammable,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone C.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3514..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  4................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, flammable,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone D.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3517..........  .................  2.3, 2.1, 8......  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  17, 40
             toxic, flammable,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone A.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3517..........  .................  2.3, 2.1, 8......  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  17, 40
             toxic, flammable,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone B.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3517..........  .................  2.3, 2.1, 8......  3, B14...........  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  17, 40
             toxic, flammable,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone C.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3517..........  .................  2.3, 2.1, 8......  4................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  17, 40
             toxic, flammable,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone D.

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G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3515..........  .................  2.3, 5.1.........  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, oxidizing,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone A.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3515..........  .................  2.3, 5.1.........  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, oxidizing,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone B.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3515..........  .................  2.3, 5.1.........  3, B14...........  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, oxidizing,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone C.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3515..........  .................  2.3, 5.1.........  4................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             toxic, oxidizing,
             n.o.s. Inhalation
             hazard zone D.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3518..........  .................  2.3, 5.1, 8......  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40, 89, 90
             toxic, oxidizing,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone A.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3518..........  .................  2.3, 5.1, 8......  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40, 89, 90
             toxic, oxidizing,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone B.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3518..........  .................  2.3, 5.1, 8......  3, B14...........  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40, 89, 90
             toxic, oxidizing,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone C.
G.........  Adsorbed gas,              2.3  UN3518..........  .................  2.3, 5.1, 8......  4................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40, 89, 90
             toxic, oxidizing,
             corrosive, n.o.s.
             Inhalation hazard
             zone D.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Air bag inflators,
             or Air bag
             modules, or Seat-
             belt
             pretensioners,
             see Safety
             devices,
             electrically
             initiated or
             Safety devices,
             pyrotechnic.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammonium nitrate,          5.1  UN1942..........  III..............  5.1..............  A1, A29, B120,     152...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  25, 59, 60, 66,
             with not more                                                                           IB8, IP3, T1,                                                                                                      116, 124
             than 0.2%                                                                               TP33.
             combustible
             substances,
             including any
             organic substance
             calculated as
             carbon, to the
             exclusion of any
             other added
             substance.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Arsine, adsorbed..         2.3  UN3522..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G I.......  Asbestos,                    9  UN2212..........  II...............  9................  156, IB8, IP2,     155...........  216...........  240...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  A.............  34, 40
             amphibole                                                                               IP4, T3, TP33.
             amosite,
             tremolite,
             actinolite,
             anthophyllite, or
             crocidolite.
I.........  Asbestos,                    9  UN2590..........  III..............  9................  156, IB8, IP2,     155...........  216...........  240...........  200 kg........  200 kg........  A.............  34, 40
             chrysotile.                                                                             IP3, T1, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Boron trifluoride,         2.3  UN3519..........  .................  2.3, 8...........  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             adsorbed.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Capacitor,                   9  UN3508..........  .................  9................  372..............  176...........  176...........  176...........  No limit......  No Limit......  A.............
             asymmetric with
             an energy storage
             capacity greater
             than 0.3 Wh.
            Capacitor,                   9  UN3499..........  .................  9................  361..............  176...........  176...........  176...........  No limit......  No limit......  A.............
             electric double
             layer with an
             energy storage
             capacity greater
             than 0.3 Wh.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Chemical kits.....           9  UN3316..........  II...............  9................  15...............  161...........  161...........  None..........  10 kg.........  10 kg.........  A.............
                                                              III..............  9................  15...............  161...........  161...........  None..........  10 kg.........  10 kg.........  A.............
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Chlorine, adsorbed         2.3  UN3520..........  .................  2.3, 5.1, 8......  2, B9, B14, N86..  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40, 89, 90
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            First aid kits....           9  UN3316..........  II...............  9................  15...............  161...........  161...........  None..........  10 kg.........  10 kg.........  A.............
            First aid kits....           9  UN3316..........  III..............  9................  15...............  161...........  161...........  None..........  10 kg.........  10 kg.........  A.............
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Germane, adsorbed.         2.3  UN3523..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  2................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Hydrogen selenide,         2.3  UN3526..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             adsorbed.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Phosphine,                 2.3  UN3525..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  1................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             adsorbed.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Phosphorus                 2.3  UN3524..........  .................  2.3, 8...........  2, B9, B14.......  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             pentafluoride,
             adsorbed.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Safety devices,              9  UN3268..........  .................  9................  160, A200........  166...........  166...........  166...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............
             electrically
             initiated.
            Safety devices,           1.4G  UN0503..........  .................  1.4G.............  A200.............  None..........  62............  None..........  Forbidden.....  75 kg.........  02............  25
             pyrotechnic.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Silicon                    2.3  UN3521..........  .................  2.3, 8...........  2................  None..........  302c..........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             tetrafluoride,
             adsorbed.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Trifluorochloroeth         2.3  UN1082..........  .................  2.3, 2.1.........  3, B14, T50......  None..........  304...........  314, 315......  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             ylene, stabilized
             or Refrigerant
             gas R 1113.

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Trinitrobenzene,          1.1D  UN0214..........  II...............  1.1D.............  .................  None..........  62............  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  04............  25
             dry or wetted
             with less than 30
             percent water, by
             mass.
            Trinitrobenzene,           4.1  UN1354..........  I................  4.1..............  23, A2, A8, A19,   None..........  211...........  None..........  0.5 kg........  0.5 kg........  E.............  28, 36
             wetted with not                                                                         N41.
             less than 30
             percent water, by
             mass.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Uranium                      8  UN3507..........  I................  8, 7.............  369..............  420...........  None..........  None..........  Less than .1    Less than .1    A.............  132
             hexafluoride,                                                                                                                                              kg.             kg.
             radioactive
             material,
             excepted package,
             less than 0.1 kg
             per package, non-
             fissile or
             fissile-excepted.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            [REVISE]..........
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Acrylamide, solid.         6.1  UN2074..........  III..............  6.1..............  IB8, IP3, T1,      153...........  213...........  240...........  100 kg........  200 kg........  A.............  12, 25
                                                                                                     TP33.
            Acrylamide                 6.1  UN3426..........  III..............  6.1..............  IB3, T4, TP1.....  153...........  203...........  241...........  60 L..........  220 L.........  A.............  12, 25
             solution.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aircraft hydraulic           3  UN3165..........  I................  3, 6.1, 8........  .................  None..........  172...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  42 L..........  E.............  21, 40, 49, 100
             power unit fuel
             tank (containing
             a mixture of
             anhydrous
             hydrazine and
             monomethyl
             hydrazine) (M86
             fuel).
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aldol.............         6.1  UN2839..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB2, T7, TP2.....  153...........  202...........  243...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  12, 25
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Alkali metal               4.3  UN1421..........  I................  4.3..............  A2, A3, A7, B48,   None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 52, 148
             alloys, liquid,                                                                         N34.
             n.o.s.
            Alkali metal               4.3  UN1389..........  I................  4.3..............  A2, A3, A7, N34..  None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             amalgam, liquid.
            Alkali metal               4.3  UN3401..........  I................  4.3..............  IB4, IP1, N40,     None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  D.............  13, 52, 148
             amalgam, solid.                                                                         T9, TP7, TP33.
            Alkali metal               4.3  UN1390..........  II...............  4.3..............  A6, A7, A8, A19,   151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             amides.                                                                                 A20, IB7, IP2,
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
            Alkali metal               4.3  UN3482..........  I................  4.3, 3...........  A2, A3, A7.......  None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 52, 148
             dispersions,
             flammable or
             Alkaline earth
             metal
             dispersions,
             flammable.
            Alkali metal               4.3  UN1391..........  I................  4.3..............  A2, A3, A7.......  None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 52, 148
             dispersions, or
             Alkaline earth
             metal dispersions.
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Alkaline earth             4.3  UN1393..........  II...............  4.3..............  A19, IB7, IP2,     151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
             metal alloys,                                                                           T3, TP33.
             n.o.s.
            Alkaline earth             4.3  UN1392..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N34, N40....  None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             metal amalgams,
             liquid.
            Alkaline earth             4.3  UN3402..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N34, N40,     None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  D.............  13, 52, 148
             metal amalgams,                                                                         T9, TP7, TP33.
             solid.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Allyl                      6.1  UN1722..........  I................  6.1, 3, 8........  2, B9, B14, B32,   None..........  227...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  21, 40, 100
             chloroformate.                                                                          N41, T20, TP2,
                                                                                                     TP13, TP38, TP45.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aluminum                   4.2  UN2870..........  I................  4.2, 4.3.........  B11, T21, TP7,     None..........  181...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 148
             borohydride or                                                                          TP33.
             Aluminum
             borohydride in
             devices.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aluminum carbide..         4.3  UN1394..........  II...............  4.3..............  A20, IB7, IP2,     151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     N41, T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aluminum                   4.3  UN1395..........  II...............  4.3, 6.1.........  A19, IB5, IP2,     151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 39, 40, 52,
             ferrosilicon                                                                            T3, TP33.                                                                                                          53, 85, 103, 148
             powder.
                                                              III..............  4.3, 6.1.........  A19, A20, IB4....  151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 39, 40, 52,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        53, 85, 103, 148
            Aluminum hydride..         4.3  UN2463..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N40.........  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aluminum phosphide         4.3  UN1397..........  I................  4.3, 6.1.........  A8, A19, N40.....  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 85,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aluminum powder,           4.1  UN1309..........  II...............  4.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     151...........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 53,
             coated.                                                                                 T3, TP33.                                                                                                          74, 101, 147,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        148
                                                              III..............  4.1..............  IB8, IP3, T1,      151...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 53,
                                                                                                     TP33.                                                                                                              74, 101, 147,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        148
            Aluminum powder,           4.3  UN1396..........  II...............  4.3..............  A19, A20, IB7,     151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 53,
             uncoated.                                                                               IP2, T3, TP33.                                                                                                     148
                                                              III..............  4.3..............  A19, A20, IB8,     151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 53,
                                                                                                     IP4, T1, TP33.                                                                                                     148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aluminum silicon           4.3  UN1398..........  III..............  4.3..............  A1, A19, IB8,      151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 39, 40, 52,
             powder, uncoated.                                                                       IP4, T1, TP33.                                                                                                     53, 85, 103, 148
            Aluminum smelting          4.3  UN3170..........  II...............  4.3..............  128, B115, IB7,    None..........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  13, 85, 103, 148
             by-products or                                                                          IP2, T3, TP33.
             Aluminum
             remelting by-
             products.
                                                              III..............  4.3..............  128, B115, IB8,    None..........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  13, 85, 103, 148
                                                                                                     IP4, T1, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            N-Aminoethyl                 8  UN2815..........  III..............  8................  IB3, T4, TP1.....  154...........  203...........  241...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  12, 25
             piperazine.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Aminopyridines (o-         6.1  UN2671..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     153...........  212...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  12, 25, 40, 52
             ; m-; p-).                                                                              T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammonium nitrate           5.1  UN2067..........  III..............  5.1..............  52, 150, B120,     152...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  25, 59, 60, 66,
             based fertilizer.                                                                       IB8, IP3, T1,                                                                                                      117, 124
                                                                                                     TP33.
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammonium nitrate           5.1  UN3375..........  II...............  5.1..............  147, 163, IB2,     None..........  231...........  251...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  25, 59, 60, 66,
             emulsion or                                                                             IP16.                                                                                                              124
             Ammonium nitrate
             suspension or
             Ammonium nitrate
             gel, intermediate
             for blasting
             explosives.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammonium nitrate,          5.1  UN2426..........  .................  5.1..............  B5, T7...........  None..........  None..........  243...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  59, 60, 124
             liquid (hot
             concentrated
             solution).
            Ammonium nitrate,         1.1D  UN0222..........  II...............  1.1D.............  370..............  None..........  62............  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  04............  25, 19E
             with more than
             0.2 percent
             combustible
             substances,
             including any
             organic substance
             calculated as
             carbon, to the
             exclusion of any
             other added
             substance.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammonium                     8  UN2818..........  II...............  8, 6.1...........  IB2, T7, TP2,      154...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  B.............  12, 25, 40, 52
             polysulfide,                                                                            TP13.
             solution.
                                                              III..............  8, 6.1...........  IB3, T4, TP1,      154...........  203...........  241...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  B.............  12, 25, 40, 52
                                                                                                     TP13.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammonium sulfide             8  UN2683..........  II...............  8, 6.1, 3........  IB1, T7, TP2,      154...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  B.............  12, 22, 25, 52,
             solution.                                                                               TP13.                                                                                                              100
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammunition, tear-          6.1  UN2017..........  .................  6.1, 8...........  .................  None..........  212...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40
             producing, non-
             explosive,
             without burster
             or expelling
             charge, non-fuzed.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ammunition, toxic,         6.1  UN2016..........  .................  6.1..............  .................  None..........  212...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  100 kg........  E.............  13, 40
             non-explosive,
             without burster
             or expelling
             charge, non-fuzed.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Anisoyl chloride..           8  UN1729..........  II...............  8................  B2, B4, IB8, IP2,  154...........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  40
                                                                                                     IP4, T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Antimony                     8  UN1732..........  II...............  8, 6.1...........  A3, A6, A7, A10,   None..........  202...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  30 L..........  D.............  40, 44, 89, 100,
             pentafluoride.                                                                          IB2, N3, N36,                                                                                                      141
                                                                                                     T7, TP2.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Arsenic bromide...         6.1  UN1555..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     153...........  212...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  12, 25, 40
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Articles,                  2.2  UN3164..........  .................  2.2..............  371..............  306...........  302, 304......  None..........  No limit......  No limit......  A.............
             pressurized
             pneumatic or
             hydraulic
             containing non-
             flammable gas.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Barium............         4.3  UN1400..........  II...............  4.3..............  A19, IB7, IP2,     151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
            Barium alloys,             4.2  UN1854..........  I................  4.2..............  T21, TP7, TP33...  None..........  181...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 148
             pyrophoric.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Barium azide,              4.1  UN1571..........  I................  4.1, 6.1.........  162, A2..........  None..........  182...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  0.5 kg........  D.............  28, 36
             wetted with not
             less than 50
             percent water, by
             mass.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Barium peroxide...         5.1  UN1449..........  II...............  5.1, 6.1.........  A9, IB6, IP2, T3,  152...........  212...........  242...........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  C.............  13, 52, 66, 75,
                                                                                                     TP33.                                                                                                              148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Batteries,                 4.3  UN3292..........  .................  4.3..............  .................  189...........  189...........  189...........  Forbidden.....  No limit......  A.............  13, 148
             containing sodium.
            Batteries, dry,              8  UN3028..........  .................  8................  237..............  None..........  213...........  None..........  25 kg.........  230 kg........  A.............  52
             containing
             potassium
             hydroxide solid,
             electric storage.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Batteries, wet,              8  UN2794..........  .................  8................  A51..............  159...........  159...........  159...........  30 kg.........  No limit......  A.............  146
             filled with acid,
             electric storage.
            Batteries, wet,              8  UN2795..........  .................  8................  A51..............  159...........  159...........  159...........  30 kg.........  No limit......  A.............  52, 146
             filled with
             alkali, electric
             storage.
            Batteries, wet,              8  UN2800..........  .................  8................  .................  159a..........  159...........  159...........  No limit......  No limit......  A.............  .................
             non-spillable,
             electric storage.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Beryllium, powder.         6.1  UN1567..........  II...............  6.1, 4.1.........  IB8, IP2, IP4,     153...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 147, 148
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
 +          Boron tribromide..           8  UN2692..........  I................  8, 6.1...........  2, B9, B14, B32,   None..........  227...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  C.............  12, 25
                                                                                                     N34, T20, TP2,
                                                                                                     TP13, TP38, TP45.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Boron trifluoride            8  UN2851..........  II...............  8................  IB2, T7, TP2.....  154...........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  12, 25, 40
             dihydrate.
            Boron trifluoride          4.3  UN2965..........  I................  4.3, 8, 3........  A19, T10, TP2,     None..........  201...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  21, 25, 28, 40,
             dimethyl etherate.                                                                      TP7, TP13.                                                                                                         49, 100
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Bromoform.........         6.1  UN2515..........  III..............  6.1..............  IB3, T4, TP1.....  153...........  203...........  241...........  60 L..........  220 L.........  A.............  12, 25, 40
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
+.........  Bromine...........           8  UN1744..........  I................  8, 6.1...........  1, B9, B85, N34,   None..........  226...........  249...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  12, 25, 40, 66,
                                                                                                     N43, T22, TP2,                                                                                                     74, 89, 90
                                                                                                     TP10, TP13.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
+.........  Bromine solutions.           8  UN1744..........  I................  8, 6.1...........  1, B9, B85, N34,   None..........  226...........  249...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  12, 25, 40, 66,
                                                                                                     N43, T22, TP2,                                                                                                     74, 89, 90
                                                                                                     TP10, TP13.
+.........  Bromine solutions.           8  UN1744..........  I................  8, 6.1...........  2, B9, B85, N34,   None..........  227...........  249...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  12, 25, 40, 66,
                                                                                                     N43, T22, TP2,                                                                                                     74, 89, 90
                                                                                                     TP10, TP13.
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Bromobenzyl                6.1  UN1694..........  I................  6.1..............  T14, TP2, TP13...  None..........  201...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  30 L..........  D.............  12, 25, 40, 52
             cyanides, liquid.
            Bromobenzyl                6.1  UN3449..........  I................  6.1..............  T6, TP33.........  None..........  211...........  242...........  5 kg..........  50 kg.........  D.............  12, 25, 40, 52
             cyanides, solid.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            tert-Butyl                 4.2  UN3255..........  I................  4.2, 8...........  .................  None..........  211...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40
             hypochlorite.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Butyl mercaptan...           3  UN2347..........  II...............  3................  A3, A6, IB2, T4,   150...........  202...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  D.............  52, 95, 102
                                                                                                     TP1.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            5-tert-Butyl-2,4,6-        4.1  UN2956..........  III..............  4.1..............  159..............  None..........  223...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  12, 25, 40, 127
             trinitro-m-xylene
             or Musk xylene.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Butyric acid......           8  UN2820..........  III..............  8................  IB3, T4, TP1.....  154...........  203...........  241...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  12, 25
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Calcium...........         4.3  UN1401..........  II...............  4.3..............  IB7, IP2, T3,      151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50kg..........  E.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Calcium carbide...         4.3  UN1402..........  I................  4.3..............  A1, A8, B55, B59,  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  B.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     IB4, IP1, N34,
                                                                                                     T9, TP7, TP33.
                                                              II...............  4.3..............  A1, A8, B55, B59,  151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     IB7, IP2, N34,
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Calcium cyanamide          4.3  UN1403..........  III..............  4.3..............  A1, A19, IB8,      151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 52, 148
             with more than                                                                          IP4, T1, TP33.
             0.1 percent of
             calcium carbide.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Calcium hydride...         4.3  UN1404..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N40.........  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Calcium manganese          4.3  UN2844..........  III..............  4.3..............  A1, A19, IB8,      151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 52, 85, 103,
             silicon.                                                                                IP4, T1, TP33.                                                                                                     148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Calcium peroxide..         5.1  UN1457..........  II...............  5.1..............  IB6, IP2, T3,      152...........  212...........  242...........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  C.............  13, 52, 66, 75,
                                                                                                     TP33.                                                                                                              148
            Calcium phosphide.         4.3  UN1360..........  I................  4.3, 6.1.........  A8, A19, N40.....  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 85,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        148
            Calcium,                   4.2  UN1855..........  I................  4.2..............  .................  None..........  187...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 148
             pyrophoric or
             Calcium alloys,
             pyrophoric.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Calcium silicide..         4.3  UN1405..........  II...............  4.3..............  A19, IB7, IP2,     151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  13, 52, 85, 103,
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.                                                                                                          148
                                                              III..............  4.3..............  A1, A19, IB8,      151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  13, 52, 85, 103,
                                                                                                     IP4, T1, TP33.                                                                                                     148
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
I.........  Carbon, activated.         4.2  UN1362..........  III..............  4.2..............  IB8, IP3, T1,      None..........  213...........  241...........  0.5 kg........  0.5 kg........  A.............  12, 25
                                                                                                     TP33.
I.........  Carbon, animal or          4.2  UN1361..........  II...............  4.2..............  IB6, T3, TP33....  None..........  212...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  A.............  12, 25
             vegetable origin.
                                                              III..............  4.2..............  IB8, IP3, T1,      None..........  213...........  241...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  A.............  12, 25
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
A W.......  Castor beans or              9  UN2969..........  II...............  None.............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     155...........  204...........  240...........  No limit......  No limit......  E.............  34, 40, 44, 122
             Castor meal or                                                                          T3, TP33.
             Castor pomace or
             Castor flake.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Cerium, slabs,             4.1  UN1333..........  II...............  4.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     None..........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 74, 91, 147,
             ingots, or rods.                                                                        N34.                                                                                                               148
            Cerium, turnings           4.3  UN3078..........  II...............  4.3..............  A1, IB7, IP2, T3,  151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
             or gritty powder.                                                                       TP33.
            Cesium or Caesium.         4.3  UN1407..........  I................  4.3..............  A7, A19, IB4,      None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  D.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     IP1, N34, N40.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
+.........  Chloroacetonitrile         6.1  UN2668..........  I................  6.1, 3...........  2, B9, B14, B32,   None..........  227...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  A.............  12, 25, 40, 52
                                                                                                     IB9, T20, TP2,
                                                                                                     TP13, TP38, TP45.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Chloroacetophenone         6.1  UN3416..........  II...............  6.1..............  A3, IB2, N12,      None..........  202...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  60 L..........  D.............  12, 25, 40
             , liquid, (CN).                                                                         N32, N33, T7,
                                                                                                     TP2, TP13.
            Chloroacetophenone         6.1  UN1697..........  II...............  6.1..............  A3, IB8, IP2,      None..........  212...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  100 kg........  D.............  12, 25, 40
             , solid, (CN).                                                                          IP4, N12, N32,
                                                                                                     N33, N34, T3,
                                                                                                     TP2, TP13, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Chlorocresols              6.1  UN2669..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB2, T7, TP2.....  153...........  202...........  243...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  12, 25
             solution.
                                                              III..............  6.1..............  IB3, T7, TP2.....  153...........  203...........  241...........  60 L..........  220 L.........  A.............  12, 25
            Chlorocresols,             6.1  UN3437..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     153...........  212...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  12, 25
             solid.                                                                                  T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Chloromethyl               6.1  UN2745..........  II...............  6.1, 8...........  IB2, T7, TP2,      153...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  A.............  12, 13, 25, 40
             chloroformate.                                                                          TP13.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
+.........  Chloronitrobenzene         6.1  UN3409..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB2, T7, TP2.....  153...........  202...........  243...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  44, 89, 100, 141
             s, liquid.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Chlorosilanes,             4.3  UN2988..........  I................  4.3, 3, 8........  A2, T14, TP2,      None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 21, 28, 40,
             water-reactive,                                                                         TP7, TP13.                                                                                                         49, 100, 147,
             flammable,                                                                                                                                                                                                 148
             corrosive, n.o.s.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Corrosive liquids,           8  UN3094..........  I................  8, 4.3...........  A6, A7...........  None..........  201...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  E.............  13, 148
             water-reactive,
             n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  8, 4.3...........  A6, A7...........  None..........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  E.............  13, 148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Corrosive solids,            8  UN2923..........  I................  8, 6.1...........  IB7, T6, TP33....  None..........  211...........  242...........  1 kg..........  25 kg.........  B.............  40
             toxic, n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  8, 6.1...........  IB8, IP2, IP4,     154...........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  40
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
                                                              III..............  8, 6.1...........  IB8, IP3, T1,      154...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  40
                                                                                                     TP33.
G.........  Corrosive solids,            8  UN3096..........  I................  8, 4.3...........  IB4, IP1, T6,      None..........  211...........  243...........  1 kg..........  25 kg.........  D.............  13, 148
             water-reactive,                                                                         TP33.
             n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  8, 4.3...........  IB6, IP2, T3,      None..........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  D.............  13, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Crotonic acid,               8  UN3472..........  III..............  8................  IB8, T1..........  154...........  203...........  241...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  12, 25
             liquid.
            Crotonic acid,               8  UN2823..........  III..............  8................  IB8, IP3, T1,      154...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  12, 25
             solid.                                                                                  TP33.
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Cyanogen bromide..         6.1  UN1889..........  I................  6.1, 8...........  A6, A8, T6, TP33.  None..........  211...........  242...........  1 kg..........  15 kg.........  D.............  40, 52
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Cyanuric chloride.           8  UN2670..........  II...............  8................  IB8, IP2, IP4,     None..........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  12, 25, 40
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Cyclohexyl                   3  UN3054..........  III..............  3................  B1, IB3, T2, TP1.  150...........  203...........  242...........  60 L..........  220 L.........  A.............  40, 95, 102
             mercaptan.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            1,1-Dichloro-1-            6.1  UN2650..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB2, T7, TP2.....  153...........  202...........  243...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  12, 25, 40, 74
             nitroethane.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            1,3-                       6.1  UN2649..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     153...........  212...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  12, 25, 40
             Dichloroacetone.                                                                        T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            1,3-                       6.1  UN2750..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB2, T7, TP2.....  153...........  202...........  243...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  12, 25, 40
             Dichloropropanol-
             2.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Diethylthiophospho           8  UN2751..........  II...............  8................  B2, IB2, T7, TP2.  None..........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  D.............  12, 25, 40
             ryl chloride.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Dipicryl sulfide,          4.1  UN2852..........  I................  4.1..............  162, A2, N41, N84  None..........  211...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  0.5 kg........  D.............  28, 36
             wetted with not
             less than 10
             percent water, by
             mass.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            2-Ethylhexyl               6.1  UN2748..........  II...............  6.1, 8...........  IB2, T7, TP2,      153...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  A.............  12, 13, 25, 40
             chloroformate.                                                                          TP13.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ferrocerium.......         4.1  UN1323..........  II...............  4.1..............  59, A19, IB8,      151...........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 147, 148
                                                                                                     IP2, IP4, T3,
                                                                                                     TP33.
            Ferrosilicon with          4.3  UN1408..........  III..............  4.3, 6.1.........  A1, A19, B6, IB8,  151...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 40, 52, 53,
             30 percent or                                                                           IP4, IP7, T1,                                                                                                      85, 103, 148
             more but less                                                                           TP33.
             than 90 percent
             silicon.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Ferrous metal              4.2  UN2793..........  III..............  4.2..............  A1, A19, IB8,      None..........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 148
             borings or                                                                              IP3, IP7.
             Ferrous metal
             shavings or
             Ferrous metal
             turnings or
             Ferrous metal
             cuttings in a
             form liable to
             self-heating.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
A W.......  Fish meal,                   9  UN2216..........  III..............  None.............  155, IB8, IP3,     155...........  218...........  218...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  B.............  25, 88, 122, 128
             stabilized or                                                                           T1, TP33.
             Fish scrap,
             stabilized.
            Fish meal,                 4.2  UN1374..........  II...............  4.2..............  155, A1, A19,      None..........  212...........  241...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  B.............  18, 25, 128
             unstablized or                                                                          IB8, IP2, IP4,
             Fish scrap,                                                                             T3, TP33.
             unstabilized.
 

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                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Fuel cell                  4.3  UN3476..........  .................  4.3..............  328..............  230...........  230...........  230...........  5 kg..........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 148
             cartridges or
             Fuel cell
             cartridges
             contained in
             equipment or Fuel
             cell cartridges
             packed with
             equipment,
             containing water-
             reactive
             substances.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Hafnium powder,            4.2  UN2545..........  I................  4.2..............  .................  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 148
             dry.
                                                              II...............  4.2..............  A19, A20, IB6,     None..........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  D.............  13, 148
                                                                                                     IP2, N34, T3,
                                                                                                     TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.2..............  IB8, IP3, T1,      None..........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  D.............  13, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Hexachlorocyclopen         6.1  UN2646..........  I................  6.1..............  2, B9, B14, B32,   None..........  227...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  25, 40
             tadiene.                                                                                B77, T20, TP2,
                                                                                                     TP13, TP38, TP45.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Hexamethylenediami           8  UN2280..........  III..............  8................  IB8, IP3, T1,      154...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  12, 25
             ne, solid.                                                                              TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Hydrofluoric acid,           8  UN1790..........  I................  8, 6.1...........  A6, A7, B4, B15,   None..........  201...........  243...........  0.5 L.........  2.5 L.........  D.............  12, 25, 40
             with more than 60                                                                       B23, N5, N34,
             percent strength.                                                                       T10, TP2, TP13.
            Hydrofluoric acid,           8  UN1790..........  II...............  8, 6.1...........  A6, A7, B15, IB2,  154...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  D.............  12, 25, 40
             with not more                                                                           N5, N34, T8, TP2.
             than 60 percent
             strength.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Hydrogen,                  2.1  UN1966..........  .................  2.1..............  T75, TP5.........  None..........  316...........  318, 319......  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  40, 57
             refrigerated
             liquid (cryogenic
             liquid).
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Hypochlorites,             5.1  UN3212..........  II...............  5.1..............  349, A9, IB8,      152...........  212...........  240...........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  D.............  4, 25, 52, 56,
             inorganic, n.o.s.                                                                       IP2, IP4, T3,                                                                                                      58, 69, 116, 118
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Iron oxide, spent,         4.2  UN1376..........  III..............  4.2..............  B18, IB8, IP3,     None..........  213...........  240...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  E.............  13, 148
             or Iron sponge,                                                                         T1, TP33.
             spent obtained
             from coal gas
             purification.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Isopropyl                  6.1  UN2407..........  I................  6.1, 3, 8........  2, B9, B14, B32,   None..........  227...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  B.............  21, 40, 100
             chloroformate.                                                                          B77, T20, TP2,
                                                                                                     TP13, TP38, TP44.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Krill meal........         4.2  UN3497..........  II...............  4.2..............  155, IB6, IP2,     None..........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  25, 88, 128
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.2..............  155, IB8, IP3,     None..........  213...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  128
                                                                                                     T1, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Life-saving                  9  UN3072..........  .................  None.............  134..............  None..........  219...........  None..........  No limit......  No limit......  A.............  122
             appliances, not
             self inflating
             containing
             dangerous goods
             as equipment.
            Life-saving                  9  UN2990..........  .................  None.............  338..............  None..........  219...........  None..........  No limit......  No limit......  A.............  122
             appliances, self
             inflating.
 

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            Lithium...........         4.3  UN1415..........  I................  4.3..............  A7, A19, IB4,      None..........  211...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     IP1, N45.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Lithium aluminum           4.3  UN1410..........  I................  4.3..............  A19..............  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
             hydride.
            Lithium aluminum           4.3  UN1411..........  I................  4.3, 3...........  A2, A3, A11, N34.  None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 40, 148
             hydride, ethereal.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Lithium                    4.3  UN1413..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N40.........  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
             borohydride.
            Lithium                    4.3  UN2830..........  II...............  4.3..............  A19, IB7, IP2,     151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 85, 103,
             ferrosilicon.                                                                           T3, TP33.                                                                                                          148
            Lithium ion                  9  UN3480..........  .................  9................  A51..............  185...........  185...........  185...........  5 kg..........  35 kg.........  A.............
             batteries
             including lithium
             ion polymer
             batteries.
            Lithium ion                  9  UN3481..........  .................  9................  A54..............  185...........  185...........  185...........  5 kg..........  35 kg.........  A.............
             batteries
             contained in
             equipment
             including lithium
             ion polymer
             batteries.
            Lithium ion                  9  UN3481..........  .................  9................  A54..............  185...........  185...........  185...........  5 kg..........  35 kg.........  A.............
             batteries packed
             with equipment
             including lithium
             ion polymer
             batteries.
            Lithium metal                9  UN3090..........  .................  9................  .................  185...........  185...........  185...........  Forbidden.....  35 kg.........  A.............
             batteries
             including lithium
             alloy batteries.
            Lithium metal                9  UN3091..........  .................  9................  A54, A101........  185...........  185...........  185...........  5 kg..........  35 kg.........  A.............
             batteries
             contained in
             equipment
             including lithium
             alloy batteries.
            Lithium metal                9  UN3091..........  .................  9................  A54..............  185...........  185...........  185...........  5 kg..........  35 kg.........  A.............
             batteries packed
             with equipment
             including lithium
             alloy batteries.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Lithium hydride...         4.3  UN1414..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N40.........  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
            Lithium hydride,           4.3  UN2805..........  II...............  4.3..............  A8, A19, A20,      151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
             fused solid.                                                                            IB4, T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Lithium peroxide..         5.1  UN1472..........  II...............  5.1..............  A9, IB6, IP2,      152...........  212...........  None..........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  C.............  13, 52, 66, 75,
                                                                                                     N34, T3, TP33.                                                                                                     148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Lithium silicon...         4.3  UN1417..........  II...............  4.3..............  A19, A20, IB7,     151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 85, 103, 148
                                                                                                     IP2, T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Magnesium aluminum         4.3  UN1419..........  I................  4.3, 6.1.........  A19, N34, N40....  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 85,
             phosphide.                                                                                                                                                                                                 148
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Magnesium diamide.         4.2  UN2004..........  II...............  4.2..............  A8, A19, A20,      None..........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  C.............  13, 148
                                                                                                     IB6, T3, TP33.
 

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            Magnesium                  4.3  UN2950..........  III..............  4.3..............  A1, A19, IB8,      151...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 52, 148
             granules, coated,                                                                       IP4, T1, TP33.
             particle size not
             less than 149
             microns.
            Magnesium hydride.         4.3  UN2010..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N40.........  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 52, 148
            Magnesium or               4.1  UN1869..........  III..............  4.1..............  A1, IB8, IP3, T1,  151...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 53,
             Magnesium alloys                                                                        TP33.                                                                                                              74, 101, 147,
             with more than 50                                                                                                                                                                                          148
             percent magnesium
             in pellets,
             turnings or
             ribbons.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Magnesium peroxide         5.1  UN1476..........  II...............  5.1..............  IB6, IP2, T3,      152...........  212...........  242...........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  C.............  13, 52, 66, 75,
                                                                                                     TP33.                                                                                                              148
            Magnesium                  4.3  UN2011..........  I................  4.3, 6.1.........  A19, N40.........  None..........  211...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 85,
             phosphide.                                                                                                                                                                                                 148
            Magnesium, powder          4.3  UN1418..........  I................  4.3, 4.2.........  A19, B56.........  None..........  211...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 148
             or Magnesium
             alloys, powder.
                                                              II...............  4.3, 4.2.........  A19, B56, IB5,     None..........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 148
                                                                                                     IP2, T3, TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.3, 4.2.........  A19, B56, IB8,     None..........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 39, 52, 148
                                                                                                     IP4, T1, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Magnesium silicide         4.3  UN2624..........  II...............  4.3..............  A19, A20, IB7,     151...........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  13, 85, 103, 148
                                                                                                     IP2, T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Maleic anhydride..           8  UN2215..........  III..............  8................  IB8, IP3, T1,      154...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  95, 102
                                                                                                     TP33.
            Maleic anhydride,            8  UN2215..........  III..............  8................  T4, TP3..........  None..........  213...........  240...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  A.............  95, 102
             molten.
            Malononitrile.....         6.1  UN2647..........  II...............  6.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     153...........  212...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  12, 25
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
            Maneb or Maneb             4.2  UN2210..........  III..............  4.2, 4.3.........  57, A1, A19, IB6,  None..........  213...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  A.............  13, 34, 148
             preparations with                                                                       T1, TP33.
             not less than 60
             percent maneb.
            Maneb stabilized           4.3  UN2968..........  III..............  4.3..............  54, A1, A19, IB8,  151...........  213...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  13, 34, 52, 148
             or Maneb                                                                                IP4, T1, TP33.
             preparations,
             stabilized
             against self-
             heating.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Mercaptans,                  3  UN3336..........  I................  3................  T11, TP2.........  150...........  201...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  E.............  95, 102
             liquid,
             flammable, n.o.s.
             or Mercaptan
             mixture, liquid,
             flammable, n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  3................  IB2, T7, TP1,      150...........  202...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  B.............  95, 102
                                                                                                     TP8, TP28.
                                                              III..............  3................  B1, B52, IB3, T4,  150...........  203...........  241...........  60 L..........  220 L.........  B.............  95, 102
                                                                                                     TP1, TP29.
            Mercaptans,                  3  UN1228..........  II...............  3, 6.1...........  IB2, T11, TP2,     None..........  202...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  60 L..........  B.............  40, 95, 102
             liquid,                                                                                 TP27.
             flammable, toxic,
             n.o.s. or
             Mercaptan
             mixtures, liquid,
             flammable, toxic,
             n.o.s.
                                                              III..............  3, 6.1...........  A6, B1, IB3, T7,   150...........  203...........  242...........  5 L...........  220 L.........  A.............  40, 95, 102
                                                                                                     TP1, TP28.
            Mercaptans,                6.1  UN3071..........  II...............  6.1, 3...........  A6, IB2, T11,      153...........  202...........  243...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  C.............  40, 102, 121
             liquid, toxic,                                                                          TP2, TP13, TP27.
             flammable, n.o.s.
             or Mercaptan
             mixtures, liquid,
             toxic, flammable,
             n.o.s., flash
             point not less
             than 23 degrees C.
 

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A W.......  Mercury contained            8  UN3506..........  .................  8, 6.1...........  A191.............  164...........  None..........  None..........  No limit......  No limit......  B.............  40, 97
             in manufactured
             articles.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Metal catalyst,            4.2  UN2881..........  I................  4.2..............  N34, T21, TP7,     None..........  187...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  C.............  13, 147, 148
             dry.                                                                                    TP33.
                                                              II...............  4.2..............  IB6, IP2, N34,     None..........  187...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  50 kg.........  C.............  13, 147, 148
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.2..............  IB8, IP3, N34,     None..........  187...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  C.............  13, 147, 148
                                                                                                     T1, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Metal hydrides,            4.3  UN1409..........  I................  4.3..............  A19, N34, N40....  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  D.............  13, 52, 148
             water reactive,
             n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  4.3..............  A19, IB4, N34,     151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  D.............  13, 52, 148
                                                                                                     N40, T3, TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Metal powder, self-        4.2  UN3189..........  II...............  4.2..............  IB6, IP2, T3,      None..........  212...........  241...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  C.............  13, 148
             heating, n.o.s.                                                                         TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.2..............  IB8, IP3, T1,      None..........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  C.............  13, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
            Metal powders,             4.1  UN3089..........  II...............  4.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     151...........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  13, 74, 147, 148
             flammable, n.o.s.                                                                       T3, TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.1..............  IB8, IP2, IP4,     151...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  13, 74, 147, 148
                                                                                                     T1, TP33.
G.........  Metallic                   4.3  UN3208..........  I................  4.3..............  A7, IB4..........  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 148
             substance, water-
             reactive, n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  4.3..............  A7, IB7, IP2, T3,  151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.3..............  A7, IB8, IP4, T1,  151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  E.............  13, 40, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
G.........  Metallic                   4.3  UN3209..........  I................  4.3, 4.2.........  A7...............  None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 148
             substance, water-
             reactive, self-
             heating, n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  4.3, 4.2.........  A7, IB5, IP2, T3,  None..........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
                                                              III..............  4.3, 4.2.........  A7, IB8, IP4, T1,  None..........  213...........  242...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  E.............  13, 40, 148
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Methyl iodide.....         6.1  UN2644..........  I................  6.1..............  2, B9, B14, B32,   None..........  227...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  12, 25, 40
                                                                                                     T20, TP2, TP13,
                                                                                                     TP38, TP45.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Methyl magnesium           4.3  UN1928..........  I................  4.3, 3...........  .................  None..........  201...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 148
             bromide, in ethyl
             ether.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Methyl vinyl               6.1  UN1251..........  I................  6.1, 3, 8........  1, B9, B14, B30,   None..........  226...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  B.............  21, 40, 100
             ketone,                                                                                 T22, TP2, TP13,
             stabilized.                                                                             TP38, TP44.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3101..........  II...............  5.2, 1...........  53...............  152...........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type B, liquid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3111..........  II...............  5.2, 1...........  53...............  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type B, liquid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3102..........  II...............  5.2, 1...........  53...............  152...........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type B, solid.

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G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3112..........  II...............  5.2, 1...........  53...............  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type B, solid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3103..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  152...........  225...........  None..........  5 L...........  10 L..........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type C, liquid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3113..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type C, liquid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3104..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  152...........  225...........  None..........  5 kg..........  10 kg.........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type C, solid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3114..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type C, solid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3105..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  152...........  225...........  None..........  5 L...........  10 L..........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type D, liquid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3115..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type D, liquid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3106..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  152...........  225...........  None..........  5 kg..........  10 kg.........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type D, solid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3116..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type D, solid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3107..........  II...............  5.2..............  A61..............  152...........  225...........  None..........  10 L..........  25 L..........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type E, liquid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3117..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type E, liquid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3108..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  152...........  225...........  None..........  10 kg.........  25 kg.........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type E, solid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3118..........  II...............  5.2..............  .................  None..........  225...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type E, solid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3109..........  II...............  5.2..............  A61, IP5.........  152...........  225...........  225...........  10 L..........  25 L..........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type F, liquid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3119..........  II...............  5.2..............  IP5..............  None..........  225...........  225...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type F, liquid,
             temperature
             controlled.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3110..........  II...............  5.2..............  TP33.............  152...........  225...........  225...........  10 kg.........  25 kg.........  D.............  12, 25, 52, 53
             type F, solid.
G.........  Organic peroxide           5.2  UN3120..........  II...............  5.2..............  TP33.............  None..........  225...........  225...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  2, 25, 52, 53
             type F, solid,
             temperature
             controlled.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Organometallic             4.2  UN3392..........  I................  4.2..............  B11, T21, TP2,     None..........  181...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 78, 148
             substance,                                                                              TP7, TP36.
             liquid,
             pyrophoric.
G.........  Organometallic             4.2  UN3394..........  I................  4.2, 4.3.........  B11, T21, TP2,     None..........  181...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 52, 78, 148
             substance,                                                                              TP7, TP36, TP47.
             liquid,
             pyrophoric, water-
             reactive.
G.........  Organometallic             4.3  UN3398..........  I................  4.3..............  T13, TP2, TP7,     None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             substance,                                                                              TP36, TP47.
             liquid, water-
             reactive.
                                                              II...............  4.3, 3...........  IB1, T7, TP2,      None..........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP7, TP36, TP47.
                                                              III..............  4.3, 3...........  IB2, T7, TP2,      None..........  203...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP7, TP36, TP47.
G.........  Organometallic             4.3  UN3399..........  I................  4.3, 3...........  T13, TP2, TP7,     None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  1 L...........  D.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             substance,                                                                              TP36, TP47.
             liquid, water-
             reactive,
             flammable.
                                                              II...............  4.3, 3...........  IB1, IP2, T7,      None..........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  D.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP2, TP7, TP36,
                                                                                                     TP47.
                                                              III..............  4.3, 3...........  IB2, IP4, T7,      None..........  203...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP2, TP7, TP36,
                                                                                                     TP47.

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G.........  Organometallic             4.2  UN3391..........  I................  4.2..............  T21, TP7, TP33,    None..........  187...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 148
             substance, solid,                                                                       TP36.
             pyrophoric.
G.........  Organometallic             4.2  UN3393..........  I................  4.2, 4.3.........  B11, T21, TP7,     None..........  187...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 52, 148
             substance, solid,                                                                       TP33, TP36, TP47.
             pyrophoric, water-
             reactive.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Organometallic             4.3  UN3395..........  I................  4.3..............  N40, T9, TP7,      None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             substance, solid,                                                                       TP33, TP36, TP47.
             water-reactive.
                                                              II...............  4.3..............  IB4, T3, TP33,     151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP36, TP47.
                                                              III..............  4.3..............  IB6, T1, TP33,     151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP36, TP47.
G.........  Organometallic             4.3  UN3396..........  I................  4.3, 4.1.........  N40, T9, TP7,      None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             substance, solid,                                                                       TP33, TP36, TP47.
             water-reactive,
             flammable.
                                                              II...............  4.3, 4.1.........  IB4, T3, TP33,     151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP36, TP47.
                                                              III..............  4.3, 4.1.........  IB6, T1, TP33,     151...........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP36, TP47.
G.........  Organometallic             4.3  UN3397..........  I................  4.3, 4.2.........  N40, T9, TP7,      None..........  211...........  242...........  Forbidden.....  15 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
             substance, solid,                                                                       TP33, TP36, TP47.
             water-reactive,
             self-heating.
                                                              II...............  4.3, 4.2.........  IB4, T3, TP33,     None..........  212...........  242...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP36, TP47.
                                                              III..............  4.3, 4.2.........  IB6, T1, TP33,     None..........  213...........  241...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  E.............  13, 40, 52, 148
                                                                                                     TP36, TP47.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Oxidizing liquid,          5.1  UN3098..........  I................  5.1, 8...........  62, A6...........  None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  2.5 L.........  D.............  13, 56, 58, 138
             corrosive, n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  5.1, 8...........  62, IB1..........  None..........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  B.............  13, 56, 58, 138
                                                              III..............  5.1, 8...........  62, IB2..........  152...........  203...........  242...........  2.5 L.........  30 L..........  B.............  13, 56, 58, 138
G.........  Oxidizing liquid,          5.1  UN3139..........  I................  5.1..............  62, 127, A2, A6..  None..........  201...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  2.5 L.........  D.............  56, 58, 138
             n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  5.1..............  62, 127, A2, IB2.  152...........  202...........  242...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  B.............  56, 58, 138
                                                              III..............  5.1..............  62, 127, A2, IB2.  152...........  203...........  241...........  2.5 L.........  30 L..........  B.............  56, 58, 138
G.........  Oxidizing liquid,          5.1  UN3099..........  I................  5.1, 6.1.........  62, A6...........  None..........  201...........  244...........  Forbidden.....  2.5 L.........  D.............  56, 58, 138
             toxic, n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  5.1, 6.1.........  62, IB1..........  152...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  B.............  56, 58, 95, 138
                                                              III..............  5.1, 6.1.........  62, IB2..........  152...........  203...........  242...........  2.5 L.........  30 L..........  B.............  56, 58, 95, 138
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
G.........  Oxidizing solid,           5.1  UN3085..........  I................  5.1, 8...........  62...............  None..........  211...........  242...........  1 kg..........  15 kg.........  D.............  13, 56, 58, 138
             corrosive, n.o.s.
                                                              II...............  5.1, 8...........  62, IB6, IP2, T3,  None..........  212...........  242...........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  B.............  13, 34, 56, 58,
                                                                                                     TP33.                                                                                                              138
                                                              III..............  5.1, 8...........  62, IB8, IP3, T1,  152...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  13, 34, F56, 58,
                                                                                                     TP33.                                                                                                              138
G.........  Oxidizing solid,           5.1  UN3137..........  I................  5.1, 4.1.........  62...............  None..........  214...........  214...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  ..............  13, 147, 148
             flammable, n.o.s.
 

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G.........  Oxidizing solid,           5.1  UN3087..........  I................  5.1, 6.1.........  62...............  None..........  211...........  242...........  1 kg..........  15 kg.........  D.............  56, 58, 138
             toxic, n.o.s..
                                                              II...............  5.1, 6.1.........  62, IB6, IP2, T3,  152...........  212...........  242...........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  B.............  56, 58, 138
                                                                                                     TP33.
                                                              III..............  5.1, 6.1.........  62, IB8, IP3, T1,  152...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  B.............  56, 58, 138
                                                                                                     TP33.
G.........  Oxidizing solid,           5.1  UN3121..........  .................  5.1, 4.3.........  62...............  None..........  214...........  214...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  ..............  13, 148
             water reactive,
             n.o.s.
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Oxygen generator,          5.1  UN3356..........  .................  5.1..............  .................  None..........  168...........  None..........  Forbidden.....  25 kg.........  D.............  56, 58, 69, 106
             chemical
             (including when
             contained in
             associated
             equipment, e.g.,
             passenger service
             units (PSUs),
             portable
             breathing
             equipment (PBE),
             etc).
 
                                                                                                              * * * * * * *
            Paint including              3  UN1263..........  I................  3................  367, T11, TP1,     150...........  201...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  E.............
             paint, lacquer,                                                                         TP8, TP27.
             enamel, stain,
             shellac
             solutions,
             varnish, polish,
             liquid filler,
             and liquid
             lacquer base.
                                                              II...............  3................  149, 367, B52,     150...........  173...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  B.............
                                                                                                     IB2, T4, TP1,
                                                                                                     TP8, TP28.
                                                              III..............  3................  367, B1, B52,      150...........  173...........  242...........  60 L..........  220 L.........  A.............
                                                                                                     IB3, T2, TP1,
                                                                                                     TP29.
            Paint or Paint               8  UN3066..........  II...............  8................  367, B2, IB2, T7,  154...........  173...........  242...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  A.............  40
             related material.                                                                       TP2, TP28.
                                                              III..............  8................  367, B52, IB3,     154...........  173...........  241...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  40
                                                                                                     T4, TP1, TP29.
            Paint, corrosive,            8  UN3470..........  II...............  8, 3.............  367, IB2, T7,      154...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  B.............  40
             flammable                                                                               TP2, TP8, TP28.
             (including paint,
             lacquer, enamel,
             stain, shellac
             solutions,
             varnish, polish,
             liquid filler,
             and liquid
             lacquer base).
            Paint, flammable,            3  UN3469..........  I................  3, 8.............  367, T11, TP2,     None..........  201...........  243...........  0.5 L.........  2.5 L.........  E.............  40
             corrosive,                                                                              TP27.
             (including paint
             , lacquer,
             enamel, stain,
             shellac, varnish,
             polish, liquid
             filler and liquid
             lacquer base).
                                                              II...............  3, 8.............  367, IB2, T7,      150...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  B.............  40
                                                                                                     TP2, TP8, TP28.
                                                              III..............  3, 8.............  367, IB3, T4,      150...........  203...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  40
                                                                                                     TP1, TP29.
            Paint related                3  UN1263..........  I................  3................  367, T11, TP1,     150...........  201...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  E.............
             material                                                                                TP8, TP27.
             including paint
             thinning, drying,
             removing, or
             reducing compound.
                                                              II...............  3................  149,367, B52,      150...........  173...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  B.............
                                                                                                     IB2, T4, TP1,
                                                                                                     TP8, TP28.
                                                              III..............  3................  367, B1, B52,      150...........  173...........  242...........  60 L..........  220 L.........  A.............
                                                                                                     IB3, T2, TP1,
                                                                                                     TP29.
            Paint related                8  UN3470..........  II...............  8, 3.............  367, IB2, T7,      154...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  B.............  40
             material                                                                                TP2, TP8, TP28.
             corrosive,
             flammable
             (including paint
             thinning or
             reducing
             compound).

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            Paint related                3  UN3469..........  I................  3, 8.............  367, T11, TP2,     None..........  201...........  243...........  0.5 L.........  2.5 L.........  E.............  40
             material,                                                                               TP27.
             flammable,
             corrosive
             (including paint
             thinning or
             reducing
             compound).
                                                              II...............  3, 8.............  367, IB2, T7,      150...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  5 L...........  B.............  40
                                                                                                     TP2, TP8, TP28.
                                                              III..............  3, 8.............  367, IB3, T4,      150...........  203...........  242...........  5 L...........  60 L..........  A.............  40
                                                                                                     TP1, TP29.
 
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+.........  Pentaborane.......         4.2  UN1380..........  I................  4.2, 6.1.........  1................  None..........  205...........  245...........  Forbidden.....  Forbidden.....  D.............  13, 148
 
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            Peroxides,                 5.1  UN1483..........  II...............  5.1..............  A7, A20, IB6,      None..........  212...........  242...........  5 kg..........  25 kg.........  C.............  13, 52, 66, 75,
             inorganic, n.o.s.                                                                       IP2, N34, T3,                                                                                                      148
                                                                                                     TP33.
                                                              III..............  5.1..............  A7, A20, IB8,      152...........  213...........  240...........  25 kg.........  100 kg........  C.............  13, 52, 66, 75,
                                                                                                     IP3, N34, T1,                                                                                                      148
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
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            Persulfates,               5.1  UN3216..........  III..............  5.1..............  IB2, T4, TP1,      152...........  203...........  241...........  2.5 L.........  30 L..........  A.............  56, 58, 133
             inorganic,                                                                              TP29.
             aqueous solution,
             n.o.s.
 
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G.........  Pesticides,                  3  UN3021..........  I................  3, 6.1...........  B5, T14, TP2,      None..........  201...........  243...........  Forbidden.....  30 L..........  B.............  40
             liquid,                                                                                 TP13, TP27.
             flammable, toxic,
             flash point less
             than 23 degrees C.
                                                              II...............  3, 6.1...........  IB2, T11, TP2,     150...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  60 L..........  B.............  40
                                                                                                     TP13, TP27.
 
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            Phenyl                     6.1  UN2746..........  II...............  6.1, 8...........  IB2, T7, TP2,      153...........  202...........  243...........  1 L...........  30 L..........  A.............  12, 13, 25, 40
             chloroformate.                                                                          TP13.
 
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            Phosphorus                 4.1  UN1339..........  II...............  4.1..............  A20, IB4, N34,     None..........  212...........  240...........  15 kg.........  50 kg.........  B.............  13, 74, 147, 148
             heptasulfide,                                                                           T3, TP33.
             free from yellow
             or white
             phosphorus.
 
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            Phosphorus                   8  UN1939..........  II...............  8................  B8, IB8, IP2,      None..........  212...........  240...........  Forbidden.....  50 kg.........  C.............  12, 25, 40
             oxybromide.                                                                             IP4, N41, N43,
                                                                                                     T3, TP33.
 
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            Phosphorus                   8  UN2691..........  II...............  8................  A7, IB8, IP2,      154...........  212...........  240...........  Forbidden.....  50 kg.........  B.............  12, 25, 40, 53,
             pentabromide.                                                                           IP4, N34, T3,                                                                                                      55
                                                                                                     TP33.
 
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            Phosphorus                 4.3  UN1340..........  II...............  4.3, 4.1.........  A20, B59, IB4,     151...........  212...........  242...........  15 kg......