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9. An excepted package shall satisfy all the requirements specified in the First Schedule of this Regulation .
10. A Type A package shall satisfy all the requirements specified in the Second Schedule of this Regulation.
11. A Type B package shall satisfy all the requirements specified in the Third Schedule of this Regulation.
12. A Type C package shall satisfy all the requirements specified in the Fourth Schedule of this Regulation.
13. An industrial package shall satisfy all the requirements specified in the Fifth Schedule of this Regulation.
16. Packages containing fissile material shall comply with the requirements specified in the Seventh Schedule of this Regulation.
22. An overpack may be used by a consignor for the purpose of consolidating two or more packages into one handling unit for convenience of handling, stowage and carriage.
37. The dose rate at any point on the external surface of an excepted package shall not exceed 5 microsieverts per hour (µSv/h).
44. Except for consignments under exclusive use, the transport index (TI) of any package or overpack shall not exceed 10.
45. Except for consignments under exclusive use, the criticality safety index (CSI) of any package or overpack shall not exceed 50.
77. The labels and placards required by this Specific Regulation shall conform to the appropriate designs specified in Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the Thirteenth Schedule and shall conform to the colours specified in Figures 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of the Thirteenth Schedule.
84. A tank and intermediate bulk container which has been used for the transport of radioactive material or nuclear material may be reused for the storage or transport of other goods provided that it is decontaminated below the level of 0.4 Bq/cm2 for beta emitter, gamma emitter and low toxicity alpha emitter, and 0.04 Bq/cm2 for all other alpha emitters.
85. In the event of loss or suspected loss of a consignment or part of the consignment, the authorized person responsible for the consignment or any person who in the possession of the information shall notify the NRRC of such loss within twenty-four hours upon discovery of the loss or suspected loss.
86. In cases of non-delivery where neither the consignor nor the consignee can be identified, any person who is in possession of the package shall ensure that the package be placed in a safe and secure location and shall notify the NRRC within twenty-four hours upon discovery of the loss or suspected loss.
The consignor shall ensure that all packages or overpacks comply with all the requirements as specified in Chapter 9 of this Specific Regulation and other NNRC Regulations referred to here, and shall take into account the ageing mechanisms of the design of the packages before the packages are presented for transport.
112. When an empty packaging as described in Article 83 is transported as an excepted package, the consignor shall remove old labels or otherwise render them invisible.
131. In the event of an accident or incident during the transport of a package, the carrier shall take steps to implement the emergency response plan provided by the consignors.
187. The Appointment of carrier not having valid authorization by the NRRC shall require the approval of the NRRC:
188. The NRRC may approve any prior approval issued by the competent authority of a foreign country with respect to the approval requirement of this Specific Regulation or other regulation reffered in this Specific regulatioon.
189. The package design and certain shipment approval certificates may be combined into a single certificate.
190. Each approval certificate issued by the NRRC shall be assigned an identification mark and the mark shall satisfy all the requirements specified in the Twenty Third Schedule.
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