165. Each design of Type B(U) and Type C package shall require unilateral approval.
166. An application for approval of a Type B(U) and Type C package design shall include:
(a) a detailed description of the proposed radioactive contents with reference to its physical and chemical states and the nature of the radiation emitted;
(b) a detailed statement of the design, including certified engineering drawings, schedules of materials and methods of manufacture;
(c) a statement of the results of the tests specified in the Third Schedule and Fourth Schedule or evidence based on calculations or other evidence that the design meets the relevant requirements of this Specific Regulation;
(d) the proposed operating and maintenance instructions for the use of the package;
(e) information on the materials used to manufacture the containment system, its specification and the tests to be made if the package is designed to have a maximum normal operating pressure in excess of 100 kPa;
(f) a statement and justification of any assumption made in the safety analysis relating to the characteristics of the fuel where the proposed radioactive content is an irradiated fuel;
(g) any special stowage provisions necessary to ensure the safe dissipation of heat from the package, with consideration given to the various modes of transport and type of conveyance or freight container to be used;
(h) a reproducible illustration not larger than 21 cm by 30 cm showing the make-up of the package; and
(i) specification and evidence of the applicable management system programme.
167. If Type B(U) and Type C package is to be used for the transport of fissile material involving international transboundary movement, the design of such package shall require multilateral approval.
168. If Type B(U) package is to be used for the transport of low dispersible radioactive material involving international transboundary movement, the design of such package shall require multilateral approval.