96. If the LSA or the SCO is to be transported in an industrial package, the consignor shall ensure that it is packed in a package as specified in the Nineteenth Schedule.
97. The consignor shall ensure that the total activity in a single hold or compartment of an inland watercraft, or in another conveyance, for carriage of LSA material or SCO in an industrial package or unpackaged does not exceed the limits specified in the Ninth Schedule. For SCO-III, the limits in Ninth Schedule may be exceeded provided that the transport plan contains precautions which are to be employed during transport to obtain an overall level of safety at least equivalent to that which would be provided if the limits had been applied.
98. The consignor may cause LSA-I (other than ores containing only naturally occurring radionuclides) or, subject to Article 99, SCO-I to be transported unpackaged if:
(a) the unpackaged material does not escape from the conveyance and the integrity of the shielding is not affected under the normal conditions of transport; and
(b) the conveyance is under exclusive use.
99. For SCO-I, as specified in Article 98 (b) shall only apply if:
(a) the accessible and inaccessible surface contamination is more than 4 Bq/cm2 for beta emitter, gamma emitter and low toxicity alpha emitter, or 0.4 Bq/cm2 for all other alpha emitters; or
(b) it is suspected that the non-fixed contamination on the inaccessible surface is more than 4 Bq/cm2 for beta emitter, gamma emitter and low toxicity alpha emitter, or 0.4 Bq/cm2 for all other alpha emitters.
100. The consignor shall ensure that LSA or SCO which contains fissile material is packed and transported in accordance with all the applicable requirements of this Specific Regulation.
101. For SCO-III, consignor shall ensure the following:
(a) Transport shall be under exclusive use by road, rail, inland waterway, or sea;
(b) Stacking shall not be permitted;
(c) All activities associated with the shipment, including radiation protection, emergency response and any special precautions or special administrative or operational controls that are to be employed during transport shall be described in a transport plan. The transport plan shall demonstrate that the overall level of safety in transport is at least equivalent to that which would be provided if the requirements paragraph 12 of Second Schedule (only for the test specified in paragraph 18, preceded by the test specified in paragraph 9-16 in Part III of the Seventeenth Schedule) had been met;
(d) The requirements of Part II of the Fifth Schedule for a Type IP-2 package shall be satisfied, except that the maximum damage referred to in paragraph 10-16 of Part III Seventeenth Schedule may be determined based on provisions in the transport plan, and the requirements of paragraph 17 in Part III Seventeenth Schedule are not applicable;
(e) The object and any shielding are secured to the conveyance in accordance with paragraph 1 of Fourth Schedule; and
(f) The shipment shall be subject to multilateral approval.