73. Large freight container carrying unpackaged LSA-I material or SCO-I or packages other than excepted packages and tanks, shall bear four placards which shall conform with the model specified in Figure 6 of the Thirteenth Schedule and which shall be affixed in a vertical orientation to each side wall and each end wall of the freight container or tank; and any placards which do not relate to the contents shall be removed or otherwise rendered invisible.
74. As an alternative to the use of a label and a placard, it is permitted to use labels only as shown in Figures 2, 3 and 4 provided that they are enlarged so as to comply with the minimum dimensions as specified in Figure 6 of the Thirteenth Schedule.
75. Where an exclusive use consignment in the freight container or tank is unpackaged LSA-I or SCO-I or where an exclusive use consignment in a freight container is packaged radioactive material, the appropriate United Nations Number as specified in column (A) of the Twelfth Schedule shall also be displayed in black digits of not less than 65 mm high”as follows:
(a) in the lower half of the placard specified in Figure 6 of the Thirteenth Schedule and against the white background; or
(b) on the placard as specified in Figure 7 of the Thirteenth Schedule.
76. For Article 75 (b), the subsidiary placard shall be affixed adjacent to either the main placard or the enlarged label, on all four sides of the freight container or tank.