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Storck Guide: Stowage & Segregation to IMDG Code (Amnd 39-18)

Year: 2019
Language: english
Author: Storck Verlag Hamburg
Genre: Reference book
Publisher: Storck Hamburg
Edition: 26th Edition
ISBN: 978-3-86897-383-9
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 154
Description: Dangerous goods in deep sea shipping always have to be loaded according to the safety rules for stowage and segregation of the IMDG Code. This is easy to stipulate but hard to do. The special information on the relationship of different hazard classes in respect to their stowage and segregation is hidden in not at all easy-to-understand tables of the IMDG Code. Checking several UN numbers against each other is most laborious and timeconsuming.
The Storck Guide covers the stowage and segregation rules for container ships, conventional cargo and ro/ro ships as well as barge transport. There are indications on the chemical stability of certain chemicals with their temperature control levels. The guide can be applied to bulk chemicals, bulk packagings, IBCs, large packagings and waste transports. The IMO Security Provisions also have been incorporated.
Additional info: Including amendments 39-18. Applicable from 2019, mandatory from 2020.





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