Nghị định 60/2016/ND-CP

Decree No. 60/2016/ND-CP dated July 1, 2016, providing for certain regulatory requirements for trade and investment in the environment and natural resource sector

Nội dung toàn văn Decree 60/2016/ND-CP regulatory requirements trade and investment environment natural resource sector


THE GOVERNMENT
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THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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No. 60/2016/ND-CP

Hanoi, July 1, 2016

 

DECREE

PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCE SECTOR

Pursuant to the Law on Government Organization dated June 19, 2015;

Pursuant to the Law on Investment dated November 26, 2014;

Pursuant to the Law on Mineral Resource dated November 17, 2010;

Pursuant to the Law on Water Resource dated June 21, 2012;

Pursuant to the Law on Environmental Protection dated June 23, 2014;

Upon the request of the Minister of Natural Resource and Environment;

The Government hereby adopts the Decree providing for certain regulatory requirements for trade and investment in the environment and natural resource sector.

Chapter I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. Scope

1. This Decree provides for certain requirements for trade and investment in the sector of water and mineral resources and environmental protection, including:

a) Licensing requirements for groundwater drilling;

b) Requirements concerning competency of organizations providing basic water resource investigations, or water resource planning consultancy services; requirements concerning competency of institutional or individual entities providing consultancy in formulation of projects and reports that constitute application dossiers for water resource licenses;

c) Licensing requirements for mineral resource exploration;

d) Eligibility requirements for trade in biological products used for waste treatment;

dd) Eligibility requirements for transportation of dangerous goods, including hazardous and infectious substances belonging to Class 6 referred to in Clause 1 Article 4 of the Government’s Decree No. 29/2005/ND-CP dated March 10, 2005 providing the dangerous goods list and transportation of dangerous goods by inland waterways (hereinafter referred to as the Decree No. 29/2005/ND-CP); Clause 1 Article 22 of the Government’s Decree No. 14/2015/ND-CP dated February 13, 2015 specifying and guiding implementation of certain articles of the Law on Railway (hereinafter referred to as the Decree No. 14/2015/ND-CP) and Clause 1 Article 4 of the Government’s Decree No. 104/2009/ND-CP dated November 9, 2009 providing for the dangerous goods list and transportation of dangerous goods by means of road transport (hereinafter referred to as the Decree No. 104/2009/ND-CP);

e) Licensing requirements for hazardous waste treatment.

2. Notwithstanding regulations on regulatory requirements for trade and investment referred to in this Decree, other regulatory requirements for trade and investment in the sector of environment and natural resources shall be covered by sectoral laws and decrees.

Article 2. Subject of application

1. Licensing requirements for groundwater drilling shall be applied to organizations or individuals practicing groundwater investigation, survey, exploration and abstraction drilling (hereinafter referred to as groundwater drilling) within the territory of Vietnam.

2. Requirements concerning competency of organizations providing basic water resource investigations, or water resource planning consultancy services, or requirements concerning competency of institutional or individual entities providing consultancy in formulation of projects and reports that constitute application dossiers for water resource licenses, shall be applied to:

a) Organizations implementing basic water resource investigation schemes or projects, providing consultancy in formulation of water resource plans, projects or reports included in application dossier for grant and extension of water resource licenses (hereinafter referred to as water resource practicing organizations or individuals);

b) Institutional or individual entities exploring, abstracting water, and discharging wastewater into the receiving water which are involved in formulation of projects or reports constituting application dossiers for water resource licenses;

c) Regulatory authorities engaged in basic water resource investigation and planning, verification, issuance and renewal of water resource licenses.

3. Licensing requirements for mineral resource exploration shall be applied to entities providing mineral resource exploration, or institutional or individual entities licensed to explore mineral resources, or mineral resources regulatory authorities.

4. Eligibility requirements for trade in biological products used for treatment and disposal of waste substances rendered within the territory of Vietnam shall be applied to regulatory authorities; organizations, individuals that have their operations relating to assessment of registration dossiers for marketing authorization of biological products; or those manufacturing, importing and testing biological products used in treatment and disposal of waste substances within the territory of Vietnam.

5. Necessary requirements for trade and investment referred to in Point dd Clause 1 Article 1 hereof shall be applied to state agencies, institutional or individual entities carrying out operations related to road, inland waterways and rail transportation of dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances or materials within the territory of Vietnam.

6. Licensing requirements for treatment and disposal of hazardous waste substances shall be applied to regulatory authorities, institutional or individual entities having their operations related to hazardous waste substances or materials.

Chapter II

REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCE SECTOR

Article 3. Licensed groundwater drilling scale

1. Licensed groundwater drilling scale shall be regulated as follows:

a) Small-scale groundwater drilling means drilling and installation of groundwater wells that have below-110-mm diameter casing or tubular pipes, and belong to the projects that each provide their water flow of less than 200 m3/day-night;

b) Medium-scale groundwater drilling means drilling and installation of groundwater wells that have below-250-mm diameter casing or tubular pipes, and belong to the projects designed to provide the water flow ranging from 200 m3/day-night to under less than 3,000 m3/day-night;

c) Large-scale groundwater drilling includes operations other than those covered by Point a and b Clause 1 of this Article.

2. The projects referred to in Clause 1 of this Article are systems constituted by one or more wells located within the same groundwater exploration and abstraction site, and having the distance between adjacent wells of less than 1,000 m, and owned by one institutional or individual entity; a project’s water flow refers to total water flow produced by wells in that project.

3. Organizations or individuals, to the extent that they are licensed to operate their groundwater drilling on a specified scale, shall be entitled to operate on that scale and smaller one; are licensed to drill and install exploration, abstraction, investigation and survey boreholes or wells with the objectives of abstracting, studying, assessing and monitoring groundwater, which have respective diameters referred to in Clause 1 of this Article.

Article 4. Licensing requirements for groundwater drilling

Institutional or individual entities operating groundwater drilling must fully meet the following requirements:

1. Obtain a decision on establishment of an institutional entity from a competent authority, or one of the following qualifications, such as business registration certificate, business and tax registration certificate, enterprise registration certificate as required of such institutional entity, or business household registration certificate as required of an individual group, a family household granted by a competent regulatory authority.

2. The person appointed as the head of an institutional entity (Director or General Director), or the person assuming prime responsibility for technical issues of an institutional or individual entity (hereinafter referred to as technical responsible person), must meet the following requirements:

a) Accredited small-scale groundwater drilling:

Complete a technical or vocational associate degree in geological disciplines (including exploration geology, hydrogeology, engineering geology and geotechnical engineering), drilling practices, and acquire a minimum of 2 years' experience in practicing his/her trained profession, or graduate from a drilling worker's degree at the level of 3/7 or at least equivalent and acquire a minimum of 4 consecutive years' experience in practicing his/her trained profession; get directly involved in designing, reporting or drilling a minimum of 5 groundwater drilling projects.

Unless the said degrees or certificates are presented, (s)he is required to have acquired a minimum of 5 consecutive years' experience in practicing his/her trained profession, been directly involved in a minimum of 10 groundwater drilling works and obtained the certificate in successfully completing a technical training course on groundwater resource protection for the groundwater drilling practice, held by Water Resource Management Department or provincial-level Department of Natural Resource and Environment;

b) Accredited medium-scale groundwater drilling:

Complete at least a university degree in geological disciplines (including exploration, hydrographic, engineering and technical geology), drilling practices, and acquire a minimum of 3 years' experience in practicing his/her trained profession, or graduate from an associate degree program (including exploration, hydrographic, engineering and geotechnical engineering), drilling practices, and acquire a minimum of 5 years' experience in practicing his/her trained profession; get directly involved in formulating exploration projects or reports, designing a system of abstraction wells, or take charge of a minimum of 5 groundwater drilling works that each have their water flow of at least 200 m3/day-night;

c) Accredited large-scale groundwater drilling:

Complete at least a university degree in geological disciplines (including exploration, hydrographic, engineering and geotechnical engineering), drilling practices, and acquire a minimum of 7 years' experience in practicing his/her trained profession; get directly involved in formulating exploration projects or reports, designing a system of abstraction wells, or take charge of a minimum of 3 groundwater drilling works that each have their water flow of at least 3,000 m3/day-night;

d) Technical responsible person must be a person affiliated, or entering into an employment contract, with an authorized professional organization or individual in accordance with the laws on labor. Where such employment contract takes the form of a fixed-term contract, the remaining validity duration of the contract must be at least 12 months on the date upon which the registration dossier is submitted.

3. Drilling machinery and equipment must ensure conformance with technical specifications referred to in Article 10 hereof.

Article 5. Requirements concerning competency of water resource practicing organizations

1. Water resource practicing organizations must obtain one of the followings:

a) The decision on establishment issued to these organizations by a competent regulatory authority which specifies functions, duties concerning basic water resource investigation, planning and other water resource operations;

b) Business registration certificate, business and tax registration certificate, or enterprise registration certificate issued by a competent regulatory authority.

2. Their professional personnel taking part in execution of programs, projects or preparation of relevant reports must meet the following requirements:

a) With respect to basic water resource investigation or planning programs or projects, their professional personnel is required to meet requirements concerning professional practices and experience referred to in Article 6 and their technical responsible person is required to meet regulations laid down in Article 7 hereof;

b) With respect to basic water resource investigation or planning programs or projects, their professional personnel is required to meet requirements concerning professional practices and experience referred to in Article 8 hereof.

3. Each individual belonging to their professional personnel referred to in Clause 2 of this Article must meet the following requirements:

a) Be a Vietnamese citizen or an alien licensed to work within the territory of Vietnam in accordance with the laws on labor;

b) Hold a university degree or higher ones in the profession corresponding to his/her assigned duties. These degrees must be issued by domestic or overseas educational establishments in accordance with laws and regulations;

c) Obtain the hiring decision or employment contract with recruiting organizations as provided for by laws. Where such employment contract takes the form of a fixed-term contract, the remaining validity duration of the contract must be at least 06 months on the date upon which the dossier of demonstration of competency in water resource practicing is prepared.

4. Have special-purpose machinery and equipment that ensure conformity with requirements referred to in Article 10 hereof. Where such machinery and equipment are not owned by these organizations, an equipment or machinery leasing agreement with other organizations or individuals must exist.

5. Where program, project or reporting activities are subject to requirements for their implementation, these organizations are required to meet these requirements, or have cooperation or partnership agreements or lease contracts with accredited organizations or individuals for this implementation.

Article 6. Requirements regarding the professional personnel of the said organizations getting involved in implementation of basic water resource investigation or planning programs or projects

1. Organizations licensed to develop basic water resource investigation programs or projects:

a) Professional organization structure: Have a minimum of 5 employees which have been trained in academic disciplines relating to surface and sea water (hydrography, oceanography, engineering hydrology, environmental hydrology and water resource engineering), groundwater (geology, hydrogeology, engineering geology, exploration drilling practice, geophysics and geotechnical engineering), environment (environmental science, environmental technology, environmental engineering and environmental management), water resource management or other academic ones relating to water resource. Professional personnel structure must accord with specific contents of each basic water resource investigation program or project;

b) Working experience: Have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in basic water resource investigation and planning activities, or get directly involved in implementing a minimum of 02 basic water resource investigation or planning projects or programs.

2. Organizations licensed to execute water resource planning projects:

a) Professional organization structure: Have a minimum of 7 employees which have been trained in academic disciplines relating to surface and sea water (hydrography, oceanography, engineering hydrology, environmental hydrology and water resource engineering), groundwater (geology, hydrogeology, engineering geology, exploration drilling practice, geophysics and geotechnical engineering), environment (environmental science, environmental technology, environmental engineering and environmental management), water resource management or other academic ones relating to water resource. Professional personnel structure must accord with specific contents of each water resource planning project;

b) Working experience: Have a minimum of 4 years’ experience in basic water resource investigation and planning activities, or get directly involved in implementing a minimum of 3 basic water resource investigation or planning projects or programs.

Article 7. Eligibility requirements for technical responsible persons of basic water resource investigation or planning programs or projects

1. Basic water resource investigation programs or projects:

a) Academic discipline: hydrography, oceanography, hydrogeology, environmental engineering, water resource engineering;

b) Working experience: Have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in basic water resource investigation and planning activities, or get directly involved in implementing a minimum of 3 basic water resource investigation or planning projects or programs;

c) At the same time, be in charge of technical issues of a minimum of 3 basic water resource investigation programs or projects.

2. Water resource planning projects:

a) Academic discipline: hydrography, hydrogeology, environmental engineering, water resource engineering;

b) Working experience: Have a minimum of 7 years’ experience in basic water resource investigation and planning activities, or get directly involved in implementing a minimum of 5 basic water resource investigation or planning projects or programs;

c) At the same time, be in charge of technical issues of a minimum of 2 water resource planning projects.

Article 8. Eligibility requirements for professional personnel for formulation of projects or reports constituting the application dossier for water resource licenses

1. The number of professional personnel:

a) Projects or programs subject to the Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment's licensing authority: Have a minimum of 3 officers completing training programs in disciplines referred to in Clause 2 of this Article;

b) Projects or programs subject to the provincial-level People’s Committee's licensing authority: Have a minimum of 2 officers completing training programs in disciplines referred to in Clause 2 of this Article.

2. Academic disciplines:

a) Surface and sea water abstraction and utilization programs and reports: Include academic disciplines relating to surface and sea water (hydrography, oceanography, engineering hydrology, environmental hydrology and water resource engineering);

b) Groundwater exploration, abstraction and utilization programs and reports: Include academic disciplines relating to groundwater (geology, hydrogeology, engineering geology, exploration drilling practice, geophysics and geotechnical engineering);

c) Programs for and reports on discharge of wastewater into the receiving water: Include academic disciplines relating to environment (environmental science, environmental technology, environmental engineering and environmental management).

3. Working experience:

a) Projects or programs subject to the Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment's licensing authority: Have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the water resource and environment sector, or get directly involved in developing a minimum of 3 programs or reports. Technical responsible persons of these projects or reports must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience or get directly involved in developing a minimum of 5 programs or reports;

b) Projects or programs subject to the provincial-level People’s Committee's licensing authority: Acquire a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the water resource and environment sector, or get directly involved in developing at least 1 program or report. Technical responsible persons of these projects or reports must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience or get directly involved in developing a minimum of 3 programs or reports.

4. At the same time, a technical responsible person of such program or report shall only be allowed to be in charge of technical issues of a maximum of 3 programs or reports.

Article 9. Eligibility requirements for individuals as independent consultants on formulation of projects or reports constituting the application dossier for water resource licenses

Individuals providing independent consultancy for formulation of projects or reports constituting the application dossier for water resource licenses must conform to requirements referred to Point a and b Clause 3 Article 5 hereof and the following ones:

1. Graduate from academic disciplines relevant to programs or reports as provided for by Clause 2 Article 8 hereof.

2. Working experience:

a) Formulation of programs or reports constituting the application dossier for water resource licenses that fall within the Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment's jurisdiction: Acquire a minimum of 15 years’ experience and be appointed as technical responsible persons of a minimum of 7 programs or reports;

b) Formulation of programs or reports constituting the application dossier for water resource licenses that fall within the provincial-level People’s Committee's jurisdiction: Acquire a minimum of 8 years’ experience in the water resource sector and be appointed as technical responsible persons of a minimum of 5 programs or reports.

3. At the same time, those individuals as independent consultants shall only be allowed to provide consultancy for formulation of 1 program or report included in the application dossier for water resource license.

Article 10. Requirements with respect to special-purpose machinery or equipment

1. Special-purpose machinery or equipment that are currently owned or leased must ensure that quantity, quality and technical attributes are consistent with specific work activities.

2. When machinery or equipment items are subject to quality control tests in accordance with laws and regulations, the certificate of quality issued by competent regulatory authority is required.

3. Where any program or project includes groundwater drilling activities, drilling machines and equipment used for such activities must meet requirements with respect to the practicing scale and labor safety in accordance with laws and regulations.

Article 11. Requirements concerning competency of organizations or individuals in implementation of programs, projects or reports in the water resource sector

1. Practicing organizations or individuals, when implementing basic investigation programs, projects, or providing consultancy for formulation of planning schemes, programs or reports constituting the application dossier for water resource licenses, must submit dossiers that demonstrate their competency conforming to requirements referred to in this Decree.

2. The required dossier of demonstration of competency applied to water resource practicing organizations:

a) The authenticated copy, or the copy and original copy attached thereto for verification purpose, of papers referred to in Clause 1 Article 5, and papers, materials or contracts submitted to serve the purpose of demonstrating conformance with requirements with respect to work activities subject to implementation requirements (where appropriate) in accordance with Clause 5 Article 5 hereof;

b) The list of professionals and technical responsible persons; the certified copy or the copy and the original copy attached thereto for the purpose of assuring consistency of information with identification cards or passports, academic degrees or practicing certificates (where appropriate), employment contracts or recruitment decisions; materials or papers used for the purpose of demonstrating working experience of each individual as required by Article 6, 7 and 8 hereof;

c) The approved list of special-purpose machinery and equipment used for implementation of programs, projects, and materials demonstrating conformance with requirements referred to in Article 10 hereof.

3. Competency requirements for individuals as independent consultants on formulation of projects or reports constituting the application dossier for water resource licenses:

a) The certified copy, or the copy and the original copy attached thereto for the purpose of assuring consistency of information with identification cards or passports, academic degrees or diplomas;

b) Materials or papers demonstrating working experience of individuals in conformity with requirements referred to in Clause 2 Article 9 hereof.

4. Practicing organizations or individuals must submit competency demonstration dossiers to agencies that have authority over assignment of duties, commissioning and procurement, or organizations or individuals that hire them to develop programs or reports as a basis for selection of organizations or individuals conforming to competency requirements for implementation of programs, projects or reports.

Chapter III

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR MINERAL EXPLORATION PRACTISING ORGANIZATIONS

Article 12. Mineral exploration practicing organizations

Mineral exploration practicing organizations, when contracting to implement a mineral exploration program with any organization or individual licensed to explore mineral resources, must meet requirements referred to in Article 35 of the Law on Mineral Resources and other regulations set forth herein, including:

1. Enterprises must be established in accordance with the Corporate Law.

2. Science and technology organizations must be established in accordance with the Law on Science and Technology.

3. Cooperatives and cooperative alliances must be established under the provisions of the Law on Cooperatives.

4. Geology public sector organizations having mineral resource exploration functions and duties must be established by competent regulatory authorities.

Article 13. Documentation requirements for mineral exploration practicing

1. Mineral exploration practicing organizations referred to in Article 12 hereof, when implementing mineral exploration programs, must meet documentation requirements for mineral exploration operations, including:

a) The certified copy of establishment decision or the certificate of accreditation of science and technology operations, enterprise registration certificate, issued by competent regulatory authorities;

b) The contract to explore mineral resources with organizations or individuals licensed to explore mineral resources with attachment of mineral exploration permit, issued by competent regulatory authorities;

c) The list of officers or employees involved in implementing mineral exploration programs; employment contracts (or equivalents in writing) of technical responsible persons and technical employees getting directly involved in implementation of programs in accordance with laws and regulations;

d) Materials held by individuals involved in implementing mineral exploration programs (the certified copy or the copy with attachment of the original copy for verification purpose), including the decision on assignment of duties to technical responsible person (hereinafter referred to as the mineral exploration program leader) with attachment of vocational or professional qualifications, scientific biographies or achievements of the program leader; employment contract or recruitment decision; vocational or professional qualifications with relevance to assigned duties; copy of identification card, citizen identification card or passport;

dd) The list of special-purpose equipment or appliances for execution of mineral exploration projects, which is consistent with mineral exploration programs.

2. Where a mineral exploration program is directly implemented by an organization licensed to explore mineral resources, submitted application dossier must be submitted as referred to in Point c, d and dd Clause 1 of this Article.

3. Application dossier for mineral exploration practicing referred to in Clause 1 of this Article must be managed and deposited by organizations or individuals licensed to explore mineral resources, and by mineral exploration practicing organizations.

Article 14. Eligibility requirements for mineral exploration program leader

1. Mineral exploration program leader must meet requirements referred to in Point b Clause 1 Article 35 of the Law on Mineral Resources and the following regulations:

a) Be a Vietnamese citizen or an alien licensed to work within the territory of Vietnam in accordance with the laws on labor;

b) Complete a university or other higher-level degree in the discipline of mineral exploration geology or equivalents; with respect to hot mineral water exploration programs, complete the said degree in the hydrogeology or geoengineering discipline;

c) Acquire a minimum of 5 years’ experience in getting involved in implementation of geological investigation, mineral exploration programs; obtain the certificate of appointment of mineral exploration program leader, issued by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment;

d) The mineral exploration program leader, when on duty to perform his/her mineral exploration duties, must meet experience requirements referred to in Point b Clause 1 Article 35 of the Law on Mineral Resources and, with respect to hazardous mineral exploration programs, must acquire experience in at least 1 hazardous mineral exploration program as a geological engineer; with regard to other mineral exploration programs, must acquire experience in at least 1 hazardous mineral exploration program as a geological engineer.

2. Mineral exploration program leader shall take on his/her assigned duties only when a decision on duty assignment is granted by an organization licensed to explore mineral resources or an organization practicing mineral exploration.

3. At the same time, a mineral exploration leader shall only be allowed to take on his/her assigned duties for a maximum of 2 mineral exploration programs. Upon making reports on mineral exploration outcomes, a mineral exploration program leader must have spent a period of time on taking control of relevant activities which equals 25% of program implementation length of time as described in the mineral exploration permit.

Article 15. Eligibility requirements for engineering workers implementing mineral exploration programs

1. Engineering workers grouped by such disciplines as geological survey, geology, hydrogeology, geoengineering, geophysics, project engineering (excavation and drilling) and other relevant ones must meet personnel quantity requirements specified in mineral exploration programs subject to pre-licensing evaluation.

2. Engineering workers grouped by training disciplines, when on duty, must be supervised by designated responsible persons who are required to meet professional and experience requirements as follows:

a) With regard to hazardous mineral exploration programs, acquire a minimum of 5 years’ working experience with respect to those who hold vocational associate degrees, or a minimum of 3 years’ experience with respect to those who hold university degrees; during such period, they must have at least 1 year of participation in implementation of geological investigation or exploration programs with respect to hazardous mineral resources;

b) With regard to other mineral exploration programs, acquire a minimum of 3 years’ working experience with respect to those who hold vocational associate degrees, or a minimum of 2 years’ experience with respect to those who hold university degrees.

Article 16. Conformity requirements for special-purpose equipment or appliances used in mineral exploration projects

1. Special-purpose equipment or appliances used in mineral exploration projects must meet quantity, quality and technical function requirements of work activities of mineral exploration programs which have been verified during the mineral exploration licensing process.

2. Exploring radioactive minerals and rare earth elements requires special-purpose equipment and appliances, and technical staff that conform to radiation safety standards as prescribed by the laws on radiation and nuclear safety.

Chapter IV

REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION SECTOR

Section 1. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR TRADE IN BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS USED FOR WASTE TREATMENT

Article 17. Eligibility requirements for trade in biological products used for waste treatment

1. Organizations or individuals trading and importing biological products used for waste treatment (hereinafter referred to as bioproducts) must obtain the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts, issued by the Vietnam Environment Administration, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment under the provisions of this Decree.

2. Bioproducts which have been accredited by the certificate of marketing authorization, but being subject to any change to ingredients or contents of active ingredients which affects treatment efficiency and health safety of human beings and living organisms, require re-issuance of the certificate of marketing authorization in accordance with Article 20 hereof.

Article 18. Certificate of marketing authorization

The certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts used for waste treatment must provide the following information:

1. Name of bioproduct in question.

2. Quantity of bioproducts qualifying for marketing authorization.

3. Composition of active ingredients, microorganisms (scientific nomenclature, concentration, density) in the bioproduct in question.

4. Manufacturer's name, address and telephone.

5. Applicant's name, address and telephone.

6. Administration method and expiry date of bioproduct in question.

7. Packaging details of bioproduct.

Article 19. Application dossier for registration of marketing authorization

1. Application form for registration of marketing authorization of bioproducts completed by using the form stipulated in the Appendix I of this Decree.

2. Copy of enterprise registration certificate (where appropriate).

3. Bioproduct manufacturing process.

4. The certified copy or the copy with attachment of the original copy for verification purpose (if an organization or individual submits registration dossier in person) of test result report or analysis of quality of bioproduct, issued by local or foreign accredited testing bodies.

5. The description of bioproduct according to the template provided in the Appendix II of this Decree.

6. The certified copy or the copy with attachment of the original copy for verification purpose (if an organization or individual submits registration dossier in person) of evaluation report made by managerial-level Science Council with respect to bioproducts which are results of scientific research projects (where appropriate).

7. Testing results of bioproduct (where appropriate).

8. Official label and packaging form that require authorization with attachment of storage and use instruction leaflets and warnings of health risks to human beings and living organisms.

9. The certified copy or the copy with attachment of the original copy for verification purpose (if an organization or individual submits registration dossier in person) of patents on inventions or commitments to compliance with regulations on intellectual property rights for locally-manufactured bioproducts in question.

10. The certified copy or the copy with attachment of the original copy for verification purpose (if an organization or individual submits registration dossier in person) of the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts, issued by a manufacturing country’s competent regulatory authority with respect to imported bioproducts.

11. Detailed testing schedule, including important information such as testing contents, time, location and agency of testing with respect to bioproducts which have not had recognized test results.

Article 20. Application procedure for the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts

1. Organizations or individuals referred to in Article 17 hereof shall submit 7 sets of application dossiers for registration of marketing authorization of bioproducts referred to in Article 19 hereof, whether directly or by post, to the Vietnam Environment Administration for consideration, assessment and grant of the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts.

2. Within a permitted period of 05 working days of receipt of submitted application dossier, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall be responsible for verifying sufficiency and validity of such application dossier. Where application dossier is not sufficient or valid, submitting organizations or individuals must be notified in writing for any modification and supplementation.

3. Within a maximum period of 10 working days after the deadline for consideration of sufficiency and validity of application dossier, with regard to bioproducts which have not had testing results, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall give the written notification of inspection or monitoring programs in line with the detailed testing schedule of organizations or individuals applying for registration of marketing authorization of bioproducts.

4. Within a maximum period of 20 days of receipt of all required application dossier, subject to regulations set forth in Clause 2 of this Article or bioproduct testing results referred to in Clause 3 of this Article, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall establish and convene a meeting of the sectoral Science Council on verification of application dossier for registration of marketing authorization of bioproducts (hereinafter referred to as Council).

5. Issuance of the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts

a) Within a maximum period of 07 working days after the Council approves and does not amend or modify such test results, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall consider and make its decision on granting the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts;

b) Where the Council’s approval of test results includes any amendment or supplementation, the Vietnam Environment Administration must notify submitting organizations or individuals of further improvement of submitted application dossiers. Within a permitted period of 07 working days of receipt of completely amended or modified dossiers, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall consider and make its decision on granting the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts;

c) Where the Council refuses such approval, within a maximum period of 02 working days after the end of the Council’s meeting, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall notify organizations or individuals applying for registration of marketing authorization of bioproducts of this in which reasons for such refusal should be expressly stated.

6. With respect to bioproducts assigned the certificate of marketing authorization, organizations or individuals having the demand for extension of permission for trade in and importation of these bioproducts shall be responsible for notifying the Vietnam Environment Administration, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of their name and quantity with within a minimum of 15 business days before the marketing authorization takes effect. Within a permitted period of 05 working days of receipt of this notification, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall be responsible for responding to these organizations and individuals in writing. Organizations or individuals shall be authorized to launch bioproducts into the market after receiving the Vietnam Environment Administration’s approval.

Article 21. Withdrawal and revocation of certificate of marketing authorization

1. Certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts shall be withdrawn or revoked in the following circumstances:

a) Certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts is issued in contravention of applicable regulations;

b) There is any change to ingredients of bioproducts;

c) Competent regulatory authorities have verified that those bioproducts which have been registered for marketing authorization have been found in violation of industrial property rights.

2. Organizations or individuals subject to withdrawal or revocation of the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts shall be responsible for withdrawing and treating bioproducts which have been manufactured, imported and currently launched into the market in accordance with laws and regulations.

3. When the certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts is subject to withdrawal or revocation, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall bear a burden of displacing these bioproducts from the approved list of bioproducts used in waste treatment in Vietnam and posting information about this action on the official website of Vietnam Environment Administration and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

Article 22. Accredited bioproduct testing facilities

1. Accredited bioproduct testing facility refers to an organization performing its designated functions in conducting researches, biological or environmental technology transfers (in compliance with the establishment decision or the certificate of registration of scientific and technological operations, issued by competent regulatory authorities) which have sufficient equipment, materials and human resource required to apply bioproducts in every project site under their use instructions.

2. Organizations or individuals applying for registration of marketing authorization of bioproducts may decide on accredited testing bodies or facilities, and shall be liable for any cost incurred from conduct of any test as agreed upon in any contract.

3. Accredited testing bodies or facilities may, at their own discretion, decide on cooperation with any relevant agencies during the testing process, and shall be responsible for keeping custody of testing result reports within a minimum of 60 months after the end of a test.

Article 23. Contents, method and reporting of results of bioproduct tests

1. Contents of tests on bioproducts include:

a) Ingredients, quality of bioproducts specified in specified statutory standards;

b) Efficacy of bioproducts, if used according to instructions;

c) Evaluation of health safety of bioproducts for human beings and living organism.

2. Testing method must conform to relevant technical standards and regulations, or otherwise ensure objectivity and scientificity.

3. A bioproduct testing report must include the followings:

a) Name of the testing body or facility or individual applying for a test;

b) Name of bioproduct in question with attachment of dossier stating ingredients, efficacy, storage and administration method, label and packaging;

c) Pre-testing conditions of bioproducts;

d) Testing subject matters;

dd) Testing location, time, scale and method;

e) Testing results, conclusions and recommendations.

Article 24. Monitoring and inspection of bioproduct tests

1. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall be responsible for monitoring and inspecting, or authorizing the Department of Environmental Protection within each local government, to carry out monitoring or inspection of tests on application of bioproducts according to the written notification stated in Clause 3 Article 20 hereof.

2. Monitoring and auditing commission shall be composed of representatives of the Vietnam Environment Administration or the local Department of Environmental Protection and biotechnological experts.

3. Results produced from monitoring and inspection activities shall be documented, inclusive of consulting opinions and recommendations, with the presence and agreement of members of the monitoring and auditing commission, and representatives of bioproduct testing bodies or facilities.

Article 25. Approved list of biological products used for waste treatment in Vietnam

1. Bioproducts with certificates of marketing authorizations must be emplaced in the approved list of bioproducts used in waste treatment in Vietnam which must be posted on the official website of Vietnam Environment Administration and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

2. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall be responsible for conducting a regular review and modification of the approved list of bioproducts used in waste treatment in Vietnam every 6 months.

Section 2. REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS WHICH ARE HAZARDOUS AND INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES

Article 26. Licensing requirements for transportation of dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances

1. Organizations or individuals must obtain a license to transport dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances on condition that:

a) the weight of dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances transported on road vehicles equals or exceeds the statutory weight limit beyond which the certificate of transportation is required in accordance with column 6 Appendix III as annexed to this Decree;

b) the weight of dangerous goods of a single class or division does not exceed the statutory weight limit listed in column 6 Appendix III hereof beyond which the certificate of transportation is required, but the total weight of a mixed load of hazardous or infectious substances transported on the same road vehicle is greater than 01 tonne/shipment (excluding the weight of the packaging).

2. Organizations or individuals must conform to requirements referred to in this Decree, and may be exempt from applying for a license to transport dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances on condition that:

a) the weight of dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances transported on road vehicles is within the statutory weight limit beyond which the certificate of transportation is required in accordance with column 6 Appendix II hereof, but a environmental incident response and contingency plan is available for transportation of dangerous goods (using the form given in the Appendix IV hereof) and transportation requirements referred to in Article 27, 28 and 29 hereof are met;

b) dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances are transported by inland waterways or railroad, but such transportation meets respective regulations set out in the Decree No. 29/2005/ND-CP or the Decree No. 14/2015/ND-CP and conforms to requirements referred to in Article 27, 28 and 29 hereof.

Article 27. Requirements for packing, packaging, containing objects, labeling, and hazard placarding and marking, of hazardous and infectious substances

1. Statutory requirements for packing, packaging and containing objects of dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances:

a) Packing dangerous goods and using various materials as packaging and containing objects of dangerous goods must meet regulations specified in the National Standard TCVN 5507:2002 – Dangerous chemicals - Safety regulations in production, trading, use, handling and transportation practices (hereinafter referred to as TCVN 5507:2002), or substitute documents, and conform to technical requirements or standards respectively applied to such dangerous goods (where appropriate);

b) Packaging and containing objects of dangerous goods must be anti-corrosive, stainless and non-reactive with inner substances, and watertight, airtight and rigid, to prevent any leakage or spillage during transportation under normal conditions, and maximally restrict any spillage or leakage of dangerous goods into the surrounding environment in case of emergency;

c) Shipping organizations or individuals using packaging materials or containing objects for dangerous goods must conduct relevant tests and take responsibility for results of these tests on such packaging materials and containing objects to be used in order to prevent any spill or leakage during transportation;

b) Packaging materials and containing objects of dangerous goods when in use must be stored in a separate place in conformity with regulations laid down in the National Standard TCVN 5507:2002.

2. Labeling requirements:

Labeling and marking of dangerous goods shall comply with regulations on goods labels and labeling of chemicals.

3. Requirements for hazard marking and placarding shall be provided as follows:

a) They must be displayed on the packaging and containing objects of dangerous goods;

b) A vehicle transporting dangerous goods must be marked with a placard of a hazard according to the class or division of transported goods. If a mixed load of dangerous goods of different classes or divisions are transported on the same vehicle, placards or markings of hazards of these dangerous goods must be fully displayed. Hazard placards or markings shall be placed on two opposing sides and at the back of a cargo transport unit, be of resilience to protect against adverse weather effects and other common physical effects from handling, stowage and transportation activities. Hazard placards and markings shall not be displayed on a cargo transport unit if it does not carry any dangerous goods;

c) Hazard placards and markings signaling a hazard of a cargo class or division must conform to regulations laid down in Article 6 of the Decree No. 29/2005/ND-CP Article 24 of the Decree No. 14/2015/ND-CP or Article 9 of the Decree No. 104/2009/ND-CP;

d) With respect to road or rail vehicles transporting bulk cargos that have quantities equaling or exceeding the statutory limits beyond which the certificate of transportation is required as referred to in Column 6 Appendix III to this Decree, in addition to placement of hazard placards or markings, emergency information panel must be displayed at the rear with its bottom edge which is at a height of at least 450mm above ground level.

4. Requirements for handling and storage of dangerous goods:

a) Organizations or individuals involved must comply with instructions on storage, handling and warehousing of specific classes of dangerous goods as referred to in the National Standard TCVN 5507:2002, or notifications of dangerous goods consignors or carriers or operators;

b) Loading, unloading and warehousing dangerous goods shall conform to Article 9 of the Decree No. 29/2005/ND-CP Article 29 of the Decree No. 14/2015/ND-CP or Article 12 of the Decree No. 104/2009/ND-CP.

5. Chemical safety datasheets must be provided for transportation of dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances in accordance with prevailing regulations.

Article 28. Licensing requirements for vehicles transporting dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances

Road, rail or inland waterways transport units carrying dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances must meet conformity requirements for specific transport units as referred to in Article 13 of the Decree No. 104/2009/ND-CP Article 30 of the Decree No. 14/2015/ND-CP and Article 10 of the Decree No. 29/2005/ND-CP and the following conditions:

1. Do not carry dangerous goods on the same transport unit with passengers, livestock, food items or drinks, or carry dangerous goods likely to react with others to cause fire, explosions or generate any new substance hazardous for the environment and human health on the same transport unit.

2. Have equipment used for partially or completely covering cargo compartments. Cover accessories or equipment must meet waterproofing and fire protection requirements, and cannot be damaged when in contact with classes of goods in transit, and must remain safe in case of violent shocks, impacts or frictions, and prevent any discharge of contaminants and pollutants into environment in case of incidents or emergency situations.

3. Ensure that equipment or materials are fully provided to respond to any emergency situation during transportation as described in the plan for response to any environmental incidents or emergency situations that may arise during transportation of dangerous goods as provided for in the form given in the Appendix IV annexed hereto.

4. Meet rules, regulations and standards concerning transportation of dangerous chemicals or goods, and fire safety conditions in accordance with laws, and comply with regulatory policies on compulsory fire and explosion insurance.

5. Have cabins providing enough space for at least two persons, including 01 driver and 01 driver's mate on a road vehicle.

Article 29. Qualification requirements for drivers and driver’s mates of vehicles transporting dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances

1. Drivers must obtain driver's licenses that remain valid and relate to the type of vehicle printed in the license for transportation of dangerous goods.

2. Drivers and driver’s mates of vehicles transporting dangerous goods must meet one of the following requirements:

a) Complete training programs and certificates in transportation of dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances conferred by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment;

b) Complete training programs and certificates in chemical safety or other certificates in transportation of dangerous goods conferred by competent regulatory authorities;

c) Complete at least vocational or professional associate degrees in the chemical sector.

Article 30. Transportation of dangerous goods which are hazardous and infectious substances for hire

Where the consignor of dangerous goods hires the operator of a transport unit licensed to transport dangerous goods, the following regulations must be obeyed:

1. With regard to road vehicles:

a) The consignor of dangerous goods must enter into an economic agreement or written arrangement, including transportation-related terms and provisions, with the operator of a transport unit licensed to carry dangerous goods, which is appropriate to specific classes of goods to be transported;

b) Where the consignor of dangerous goods does not hold a license for transportation of dangerous goods which is appropriate to the class of dangerous goods to be transported, (s)he must fully meet transportation requirements under the provisions of Article 27, 28 and 29 hereof and submit the application dossier for a license for transportation of dangerous goods by road vehicles for each shipment in accordance with laws.

2. With regard to inland waterways or rail transport units:

The consignor of dangerous goods must enter into an economic agreement or written arrangement, including transportation-related terms and provisions, with the operator of a transport unit licensed to carry dangerous goods under which the consignor is bound to meet requirements concerning safe transport and environmental protection relevant to the class of dangerous goods to be transported under the provisions of Article 27, Clause 1, 2, 3 and 4 Article 28 and Article 29 hereof.

3. Hiring of transport units carrying dangerous goods must conform to regulations of prevailing laws.

Section 3. LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT

Article 31. Licensing requirements for hazardous waste treatment

Organizations or individuals submitting the registration application for a license for hazardous waste disposal and treatment must meet requirements referred to in Article 9 of the Government’s Decree No. 38/2015/ND-CP dated April 24, 2015 regarding management of waste and scrap materials, and technical requirements and management procedures concerning licensing requirements for hazardous waste treatment, including:

1. Equipment or appliances used for storage, transport and treatment of hazardous wastes (including primary treatment, recycling, co-processing of, recovery of energy from hazardous wastes) must conform to technical requirements and management procedures referred to in the Appendix V of this Decree.

2. Transport units carrying hazardous wastes must be equipped with internet-connected GPS devices to identify their positions and record their trips.

3. Each piece of equipment or device shall only be allowed to get one license for hazardous waste treatment, except sea, rail and air transport units.

4. Environmental protection facilities associated with hazardous waste treatment premises and hazardous waste transit stations (where appropriate) must conform to technical requirements and management procedures referred to in the Appendix V of this Decree.

5. Organizations or individuals submitting the registration application for a license for hazardous waste treatment must fully prepare and develop contents relating to safe operation processes for facilities, equipment or devices; and plans for pollution control and environmental protection, labor safety and health protection, emergency prevention and response, annual training and drilling programs, environmental treatment and environmental protection upon termination of their operations; and environmental monitoring, operational monitoring and effectiveness assessment of hazardous waste treatment.

6. Organizations or individuals submitting the registration application for a license for hazardous waste treatment practices must design safe operation instruction boards in the simplified or flowchart form which have proportionate size and are installed at visible places on transport units, inside dangerous waste treatment premises and transit stations (if any).

Chapter V

IMPLEMENTATION RESPONSIBILITY

Article 32. Entry into force

1. This Decree shall enter into force from July 1, 2016.

2. Transitional provisions

a) Licences that organizations or individuals were granted to drill groundwater before the entry into force of this Decree shall continue their validity. Application dossiers for licenses for groundwater drilling practices that were received by competent regulatory authorities before the entry into force of this Decree shall be processed in accordance with legislative regulations prevailing at the date of reception.

Organizations or individuals obtaining decisions on approval, duty assignment or conclusion of contracts, for the purpose of implementing basic water resource investigations, or rendering consultancy services for water resource planning, or development of projects or reports included in the application dossier for a water resource license before the entry into force of this Decree shall be entitled to continue their usual work;

b) Organizations or individuals granted certificates of marketing authorization of bioproducts before the entry into force of this Decree shall be entitled to continue to use these certificates unless they are revoked or withdrawn. Any application dossier which has been received for further processing by competent regulatory authorities according to statutory administrative procedures for registration of marketing authorization of bioproducts before the entry into force of this Decree shall conform to legislative regulations prevailing at the date of such reception;

c) If licenses for transportation of dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances come into effect before the entry into force of this Decree, they shall be entitled to use these licenses, unless otherwise revoked or withdrawn and re-issued. Reception, acceptance and processing of application dossiers for licenses for transportation dangerous goods which are hazardous or infectious substances before the entry into force of this Decree shall comply with legislative regulations set out upon the date thereof.

Article 33. Implementation responsibility

1. The Minister of Natural Resources and Environment shall be responsible for guiding the implementation of this Decree.

2. The Minister, Heads of Ministerial-level agencies, Heads of Government agencies, Presidents of the provincial People’s Committees shall, within their jurisdiction, take responsibility for implementation of this Decree./.

 

 

PP. THE GOVERNMENT
THE PRIME MINISTER




Nguyen Xuan Phuc

 

APPENDIX I

APPLICATION FORM FOR REGISTRATION OF TRADE IN BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS USED FOR WASTE TREATMENT
 (Annexed to the Government's Decree No. 60/2016/ND-CP dated July 1, 2016)

NAME OF ORGANIZATION/ ESTABLISHMENT
--------

THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
---------------

No………….

……….., Date:………………

 

REGISTRATION APPLICATION

MARKETING AUTHORIZATION OF BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS USED FOR WASTE TREATMENT IN VIETNAM

Dear……………..,

Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. ...../2016/ND-CP dated ……..day…….month of the year 2016 providing for certain requirements for trade and investment in the environment and natural resource sector;

Name of organization/ individual as an applicant:………………………………………………

Representative’s name:…………………………….. Title:………………………………………

Address:……………………………………………………………………………………………..

Telephone number:……………….. Fax number:…………………. E-mail address:…………

- Name of bioproduct that requires registration of marketing authorization:…………………

- Manufacturing organization or individual:………………………………………………………

- Manufacturing factory:……………………………………………………….

- Quantity of bioproducts licensed to be marketed:.............................................................

- Telephone number:……………………….. Fax number:…………………………………….

- Application dossier composed of:……………………………………………………………………..

 (Name of organization or individual)……………….undertakes to observe legislative regulations on environmental protection and other relevant ones.

This is to request ………………to consider issuance of the registration certificate of marketing authorization of bioproducts./.

 


Attached documentation:

REPRESENTATIVE OF ORGANIZATION OR ESTABLISHMENT OR INDIVIDUAL AS AN APPLICANT

 (Signature, full name and stamp (if any))

 

APPENDIX II

FORM OF DESCRIPTION OF BIOLOGICAL PRODUCT USED FOR WASTE TREATMENT IN VIETNAM
 (Annexed to the Government's Decree No. 60/2016/ND-CP dated July 1, 2016)

NAME OF ORGANIZATION/ ESTABLISHMENT
--------

THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
---------------

No………….

……….., Date:……………….

 

 

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DESCRIPTION

BIOLOGICAL PRODUCT USED FOR WASTE TREATMENT IN VIETNAM

1. Name of bioproduct:

2. Purpose of using bioproduct:

3. Type of bioproduct

□ Microbe

□ Enzyme

□ Extract

4. Properties of bioproduct:

a) Ingredient/Microbe 1/Measurement unit

Ingredient 1/ Microbe 1: ....(mol/l, %, CFU/mg, CFU/ml…)…

Ingredient n/ Microbe n: ....(mol/l, %, CFU/mg, CFU/ml…)

b) Properties:

d) Efficacy:

d) Environmental safety:

dd) Storage method:

e) Use instructions:

g) Origin of microbial strain with respect to microbial bioproducts:

5. Other remarks:

 

 

REPRESENTATIVE OF ORGANIZATION OR ESTABLISHMENT OR INDIVIDUAL AS AN APPLICANT

 (Signature, full name and stamp (if any))

 

APPENDIX III

LIST OF DANGEROUS GOODS WHICH ARE HAZARDOUS AND INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES
 (Annexed to the Government's Decree No. 60/2016/ND-CP dated July 1, 2016)

No.

Name and description

UN number

Class or division

Danger code

Weight limit beyond which a license for road transport is required

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

1

Methyl bromide

1062

6.1

26

0.2 tonne/load

2

Dyes, solid, toxic

1143

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

3

Acetone cyanohydrin, stabilized

1541

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

4

Alkaloids or their salts, solid

1544

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

5

Alkaloids or their salts, solid

1544

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

6

Ammonium arsenate

1546

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

7

Aniline

1547

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

8

Aniline hydrochloride

1548

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

9

Antimony compound, inorganic, solid

1549

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

10

Antimony Iactate

1550

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

11

Antimony potassium tartrate

1551

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

12

Arsenic acid, liquid

1553

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

13

Arsenic acid, solid

1554

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

14

Arsenic bromide

1555

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

15

Arsenic compound, liquid, inorganic (including arsenates, arenites and arsenic sulphide)

1556

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

16

Arsenic compound, liquid, inorganic (including arsenates, arsenites and arsenic sulphide)

1556

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

17

Arsenic compound, solid, inorganic (including arsenates, arsenites and arsenic sulphide)

1557

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

18

Arsenic compound, solid, inorganic (including arsenates, asenites and arsenic sulphide)

1557

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

19

Arsenic

1558

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

20

Arsenic pentoxide

1559

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

21

Arsenic trichloride

1560

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

22

Arsenic trioxide

1561

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

23

Arsenic dust

1562

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

24

Barium compound

1564

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

25

Barium cyanide

1565

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

26

Beryllium compound

1566

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

27

Brucine

1570

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

28

Cacodylic acid

1572

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

29

Calcium arsenate

1573

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

30

Calcium arsenate and calcium arsenite mixture, solid

1574

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

31

Calcium cyanide

1575

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

32

Chlorodinitrobenzenes

1577

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

33

Chloronitrobenzenes

1578

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

34

4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride

1579

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

35

Chloropicrin

1580

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

36

Chloropicrin and methyl bromide mixture

1581

6.1

26

0.5 tonne/load

37

Chloropicrin and methyl chloride mixture

1582

6.1

26

0.5 tonne/load

38

Chloropicrin mixture

1583

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

39

Chloropicrin mixture

1583

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

40

Copper acetoarsenite

1585

6.1

60

0.2 tonne/load

41

Copper arsenite

1586

6.1

60

0.2 tonne/load

42

Copper cyanide

1587

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

43

Cyanides, inorganic, solid

1588

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

44

Cyanides, inorganic, solid

1588

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

45

Dichloroanilines

1590

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

46

o-Dichlorobenzene

1591

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

47

Dichloromethane

1593

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

48

Diethyl sulphate

1594

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

49

Dinitroanilines

1596

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

50

Dinitrobenzenes

1597

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

51

Dinitro-o-cresol

1598

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

52

Dinitrophenol solution

1599

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

53

Dinitrotoluenes, molten

1600

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

54

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

55

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

56

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

57

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

58

Ethylene dibromide

1605

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

59

Ferric arsenate

1606

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

60

Ferric arsenite

1607

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

61

Ferric arsenate

1608

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

62

Hexaethyl tetraphosphate

1611

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

63

Hexaethyl tetraphosphate and compressed gas mixture

1612

6.1

26

1 tonne/load

64

Lead acetate

1616

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

65

Lead arsenates

1617

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

66

Lead arsenites

1618

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

67

Lead cyanide

1620

6.1

60

0.2 tonne/load

68

London purple

1621

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

69

Magnesium arsenate

1622

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

70

Mercuric arsenate

1623

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

71

Mercuric chloride

1624

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

72

Mercuric nitrate

1625

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

73

Mercuric potassium cyanide

1626

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

74

Mercuric nitrate

1627

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

75

Mercuric acetate

1629

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

76

Mercuric ammonium chloride

1630

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

77

Mercury benzoate

1631

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

78

Mercury bromides

1634

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

79

Mercury cyanide

1636

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

80

Mercury gluconate

1637

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

81

Mercury iodide

1638

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

82

Mercury nucleate

1639

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

83

Mercury oleate

1640

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

84

Mercury oxide

1641

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

85

Mercury oxycyanide, desensitized

1642

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

86

Mercury potassium iodide

1643

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

87

Mercury salicylate

1644

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

88

Mercury sulphate

1645

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

89

Mercury thiocyanate

1646

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

90

Methyl bromide and ethylene debromide mixture, liquid

1647

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

91

Motor fuel anti-knock mixture

1649

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

92

Beta-Naphthylamine

1650

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

93

Naphthylthiourea

1651

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

94

Naphthylurea

1652

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

95

Nickel cyanide

1653

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

96

Nicotine

1654

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

97

Nicotine compounds or solids

1655

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

98

Nicotine compound or preparations thereof, solid

1655

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

99

Nicotine hydrochloride, liquid or solution

1656

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

100

Nicotine salicylate

1657

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

101

Nicotine sulphate, solid

1658

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

102

Nicotine sulphate, solution

1658

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

103

Nicotine tartrate

1659

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

104

Nitroaniline (o-, m-, p-.)

1661

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

105

Nitrobenzene

1662

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

106

Nitrophenols

1663

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

107

Nitrotoluenes, liquid

1664

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

108

Nitroxylenes, liquid

1665

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

109

Pentachloroethane

1669

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

110

Perchloromethyl mercaptan

1670

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

111

Phenol, solid

1671

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

112

Phenylcarbylamine chloride

1672

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

113

Phenylenediamines (o-, m-, p-)

1673

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

114

Phenylmercuric acetate

1674

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

115

Potassium arsenate

1677

6.1

60

0.2 tonne/load

116

Potassium arsenite

1678

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

117

Potassium cuprocyanide

1679

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

118

Potassium cyanide

1680

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

119

Silver arsenite

1683

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

120

Silver cyanide

1684

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

121

Sodium arsenate

1685

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

122

Sodium arsenite, solution

1686

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

123

Sodium cacodylate

1688

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

124

Sodium cyanide

1689

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

125

Sodium fluoride

1690

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

126

Strontium arsenite

1691

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

127

Strychnine or salts thereof

1692

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

128

Tear gas substance, liquid

1693

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

129

Tear gas substance, liquid

1693

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

130

Bromobenzyl cyanides

1694

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

131

Chloroacetophenone

1697

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

132

Diphenylamine chloroarsine

1698

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

133

Diphenylchloroarsine

1699

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

134

Xylyl bromide

1701

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

135

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane

1702

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

136

Tetraethyl dithiopyrophosphate

1704

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

137

Thallium compounds

1707

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

138

Toluidines

1708

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

139

2,4 - Toluylenediamine

1709

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

140

Trichloroethylene

1710

6.1

60

0.05 tonne/load

141

Xylidines

1711

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

142

Zinc arsenate

1712

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

143

Zinc arsenate and zinc arsenite or mixture thereof

1712

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

144

Zinc arsenite

1712

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

145

Zinc cyanide

1713

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

146

Potassium fluoride

1812

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

147

Carbon tetrachloride

1846

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

148

Medicine, liquid, toxic

1851

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

149

Barium oxide

1884

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

150

Benzidine

1885

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

151

Benzylidene chloride

1886

6.1

60

0.05 tonne/load

152

Bromochloromethane

1887

6.1

60

0.05 tonne/load

153

Chloroform

1888

6.1

60

0.05 tonne/load

154

Ethyl bromide

1891

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

155

Ethyldichloroarsine

1892

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

156

Phenylmercuric hydroxide

1894

6.1

60

0.05 tonne/load

157

Phenylmercuric nitrate

1895

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

158

Tetrachloroethylene

1897

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

159

Cyanide solution

1935

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

160

Cyanide solution

1935

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

161

Compressed gas, toxic

1955

6.1

26

0.1 tonne/load

162

Chloroanilines, solid

2018

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

163

Chloroanilines, liquid

2019

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

164

Chlorophenols, solid

2020

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

165

Chlorophenols, liquid

2021

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

166

Mercury compound, liquid

2024

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

167

Mercury compound, liquid

2024

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

168

Mercury compound, solid

2025

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

169

Mercury compound, solid

2025

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

170

Phenylmercuric compound

2026

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

171

Phenylmercuric compound

2026

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

172

Sodium arsenite, solid

2027

6.1

60

0.05 tonne/load

173

Dinitrotoluenes

2038

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

174

Acrylamide

2074

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

175

Chloral, anhydrous, stabilized

2075

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

176

alpha-Naphthylamine

2077

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

177

Toluene diisocyanate

2078

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

178

Sulphuryl fluoride

2191

6.1

26

1 tonne/load

179

Adiponitrile

2205

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

180

Isocyanates solution, toxic

2206

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

181

Isocyanates, toxic

2206

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

182

Benzonitrile

2224

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

183

Chloroacetaldehyde

2232

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

184

Chloroanisidines

2233

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

185

Chlorobenzyl chlorides

2235

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

186

3-Chloro-4-methylphenyl isocyanate

2236

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

187

Chloronitroanilines

2237

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

188

Chlorotoluidines

2239

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

189

Dichlorophenyl isocyanates

2250

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

190

N,N-Dimethylaniline

2253

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

191

Xylenols

2261

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

192

N-Ethylaniline

2272

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

193

2-Ethylaniline

2273

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

194

N-Ethyl-N-benzylaniline

2274

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

195

Hexachlorobutadiene

2279

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

196

Hexamethylene diisocyanate

2281

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

197

Isophorone diisocyanate

2290

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

198

Lead compound, soluable, or unless otherwise described

2291

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

199

N-Methylaniline

2294

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

200

Methyl dichloroacetate

2299

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

201

2-Methyl-5-ethylpyridine

2300

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

202

Nitrobenzotrifluorides

2306

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

203

3-Nitro-4-chlorobenzotrifluoride

2307

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

204

Phenetidines

2311

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

205

Phenol, molten

2312

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

206

Sodium cuprocyanide, solid

2316

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

207

Sodium cuprocyanide, solution

2317

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

208

Trichlorobenzens, liquid

2321

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

209

Trichlorobutene

2322

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

210

Trimethylhexamethylene diisocyanate

2328

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

211

Anisidines

2431

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

212

N,N-Diethylaniline

2432

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

213

Chloronitrotoluenes

2433

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

214

Nitrocresols (o-, m-, p-.)

2446

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

215

Phenylacetonitrile, liquid

2470

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

216

Osmium tetroxide

2471

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

217

Sodium arsanilate

2473

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

218

Thiophosgene

2474

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

219

Dichloroisopropyl ether

2490

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

220

Tris-(1-aziridinyl) phosphine oxide solution

2501

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

221

Tetrabromoethane

2504

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

222

Ammnium fluoride

2505

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

223

Aminophenols (o-, m-, p-.)

2512

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

224

Bromoform

2515

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

225

Carbon tetrabromide

2516

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

226

1,5,9-Cyclododecatriene

2518

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

227

2-Dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate

2522

6.1

69

1 tonne/load

228

Ethyl oxalate

2525

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

229

Methyl trichloroacetate

2533

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

230

Tributylamine

2542

6

60

1 tonne/load

231

Hexafluoroacetone hydrate

2552

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

232

Sodium pentachlorophenate

2567

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

233

Cadmium compound

2570

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

234

Cadmium compound

2570

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

235

Phenylhydrazine

2572

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

236

Tricresyl phosphate

2574

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

237

Benzoquinone

2587

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

238

Triallyl borate

2609

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

239

Potassium fluoroacetate

2628

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

240

Sodium fluoroacetate

2629

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

241

Selenates

2630

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

242

Selenites

2630

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

243

Fluoroacetic acid

2642

6.1

66

0.5 tonne/load

244

Methyl bromoacetate

2643

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

245

Methyl iodide

2644

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

246

Phenacyl bromide

2645

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

247

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

2646

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

248

Malononitrile

2647

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

249

1,2-Dibromobutan-3-one

2648

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

250

1,3-Dichloroacetone

2649

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

251

1,1-Dichloro-1-nitroethane

2650

6,1

60

1 tonne/load

252

4,4’-Diaminodiphenylmethana

2651

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

253

Benzyl iodide

2653

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

254

Potassium fluorosilicate

2655

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

255

Quinoline

2656

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

256

Selenium disulphide

2657

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

257

Sodium chloroacetate

2659

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

258

Nitrotoluidines (mono)

2660

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

259

Hexachloroacetone

2661

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

260

Hydroquinone

2662

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

261

Dibromomethane

2664

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

262

Butyltoluenes

2667

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

263

Chlorocresols

2669

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

264

Aminopyridines (o-, m-, p-)

2671

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

265

2-Amino-4-chlorophenol

2673

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

266

Sodium fluorosilicate

2674

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

267

1-Bromo-3-chloropropane

2688

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

268

Glycerol alpha-monochlorohydrin

2689

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

269

N,n-Butylimidazole

2690

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

270

Acridine

2713

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

271

1,4-Butynediol

2716

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

272

Hexachlorobenzene

2729

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

273

Nitroanisole, liquid

2730

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

274

Nitrobromobenzene

2732

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

275

N-Butylaniline

2738

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

276

Tert-Butylcyclohexyl chloroformate

2747

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

277

1,3-Dichloropropanol-2

2750

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

278

N-Ethylbenzyltoluidines

2753

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

279

N-Ethyltoluidines

2754

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

280

4-ThiapentanaI

2785

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

281

Organotin compound, liquid or unless otherwise described

2788

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

282

Toxic liquid, organic

2810

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

283

Toxic liquid, organic

2810

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

284

Toxic solid, organic

2811

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

285

Toxic solid, organic

2811

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

286

Infectious substances affecting humans

2814

6.2

606

0.01 tonne/load

287

Phenol solution

2821

6.1

60

0.5 tonne/load

288

2-Chloropyridine

2822

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

289

1,1,1 - Trichloroethane

2831

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

290

Aldol

2839

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

291

3-Chloropropanol-1

2849

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

292

Magnesium fluorosilicate

2853

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

293

Ammonium fluorosilicate

2854

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

294

Zinc fluorosilicate

2855

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

295

Fluorosilicates

2856

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

296

Ammonium metavanadate

2859

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

297

Ammonium polyvanadate

2861

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

298

Vanadium pentoxide

2862

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

299

Sodium ammonium vanadate

2863

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

300

Potassium metavanadate

2864

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

301

Antimony powder

2871

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

302

Dibromochloropropanes

2872

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

303

Dibutylaminoethanol

2873

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

304

Furfuryl alcohol

2874

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

305

Hexachlorophene

2875

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

306

Resorcinol

2876

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

307

Infectious substances affecting animals only

2900

6.2

606

0.5 tonne/load

308

Vanadyl sulphate

2931

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

309

Thiolactic acid

2936

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

310

Alpha – Methylbenzyl alcohol

2937

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

311

Fluoroanilines

2941

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

312

2-TrifluoromethyIaniline

2942

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

313

2-Amino-5-diethylaminopentane

2946

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

314

3-Trifluoromethylaniline

2948

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

315

Thioglycol

2966

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

316

Alkaloids or their salts, liquid

3140

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

317

Alkaloids or their salts, liquid

3140

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

318

Antimony compound, inorganic, liquid

3141

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

319

Dyes or dye intermediate, solid, toxic

3143

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

320

Dyes or dye intermediate, solid, toxic

3143

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

321

Dyes or dye intermediate, solid, toxic

3143

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

322

Nicotine compound or preparations thereof, liquid

3144

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

323

Nicotine compound or preparations thereof, liquid

3144

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

324

Organotin compound, solid

3146

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

325

Organotin compound, solid

3146

6.1

66

0.01 tonne/load

326

Pentachlorophenol

3155

6.1

60

0.01 tonne/load

327

Liquefied gas, toxic

3162

6.1

26

1 tonne/load

328

Toxins, extracted from living sources

3172

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

329

Toxins, extracted from living sources

3172

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

330

Solids containing toxic liquid

3243

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

331

Medicine, solid, toxic

3249

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

332

Nitriles, toxic, liquid

3276

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

333

Nitriles, toxic, liquid

3276

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

334

Orgnophosphorus compound, toxic

3278

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

335

Orgnophosphorus compound, toxic

3278

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

336

Organoarsenic compound, liquid

3280

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

337

Organoarsenic compound, liquid

3280

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

338

Metal carbonyls, liquid

3281

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

339

Metal carbonyls, liquid

3281

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

340

Organometallic compound, toxic, liquid

3282

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

341

Organometallic compound, toxic, liquid

3282

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

342

Selenium compound

3283

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

343

Selenium compound

3283

6.1

66

1 tonne/load

344

Tellurium compound

3284

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

345

Vanadium compound

3285

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

346

Toxic liquid, inorganic

3287

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

347

Toxic liquid, inorganic

3287

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

348

Toxic solid, inorganic

3288

6.1

66

0.1 tonne/load

349

Toxic solid, inorganic

3288

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

350

Clinical waste

3291

6.2

606

0.1 tonne/load

351

Hydrazine, aqueous solution

3293

6.1

60

0.1 tonne/load

352

2-Dimethylaminoethyl acrylate

3302

6.1

60

1 tonne/load

Note: The Column (5) – Danger code refers to a two or three-digit code presenting physical or chemical properties of specific classes or divisions of dangerous goods in transit (26: toxic gas, 60: toxic substance, 66: substance with high toxicity, or 606: infectious substance) in accordance with the UN instructions for transport of dangerous goods, including:

- If the initial digit is 6, it indicates the toxic substance or the substance posing risk of infection; if the initial digit is 2, it indicates emission of gas as a result of pressure or chemical reactions;

- If the second digit repeats the initial digit, this indicates an increase in hazard; if the second digit is the number 0, this indicates the accurate hazard property of loads.

 

APPENDIX IV

PLAN FOR RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL INCIDENTS OR EMERGENCIES OCCURING DURING TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS
 (Annexed to the Government's Decree No. 60/2016/ND-CP dated July 1, 2016)

I. DETAILS ABOUT CLASSES OF DANGEROUS GOODS IN TRANSIT

1. Name, class, division, UN number, CAS code and danger code

2. Quantity

3. Transportation schedule (time and location (origin, transit and destination point)).

4. Description of packaging, containing objects and carrier (illustration photo attached as appropriate), including:

a) Types of packaging or containing object that may be used for transportation; packaging material and quantity;

b) Technical specification requirements for packaging and containing object and applicable standards issued by a manufacturer; storage conditions;

c) Requirements for hazard labeling, placarding and marking;

d) Proposed transport unit and conformance to requirements concerning fire safety, protective cover for dangerous goods, and equipment or materials used for response to emergencies.

II. FORECAST OF ENVIRONMENTAL INCIDENTS OR EMERGENCIES OCCURING DURING TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS

1. Forecast of risks, such as leakage, spill, fire, explosion or theft.

2. Determination of conditions and intrinsic causes and outside effects that may lead to any incident or emergency.

3. Anticipation of consequences that may arise, scope and extent of impact on humans and surrounding environment in case of failure to control an incident or emergency.

III. MEASURES TO CONTROL, RESPOND TO AND MITIGATE ENVIRONMENTAL INCIDENTS

1. Measures to control, respond to and mitigate environmental incidents must be specific and equivalent to risks of incidents.

2. Description of administrative measures and procedures, technical measures to collect and clean contaminated areas (with respect to surface water, groundwater, land and air,...)

IV. COMPETENCY IN RESPONDING TO AND MITIGATING ENVIRONMENTAL INCIDENTS

1. Description of conditions and quality of devices and equipment items used for responding to and mitigating any incident or emergency (type, quantity, functions/ characteristics of such device and equipment, etc.): sawdust, sand or diatonic soil, shovel, empty barrel, hand pump and pipe,…

2. Description of conditions and quantity of personal protective equipment (polylaminated protective suits, gloves (viton, nitrile or vitrile); boots; poison prevention masks, powder fire extinguishers, etc.)

3. Description of personnel involved in response to and mitigation of an incident or emergency

a) Description of organizational and operational system and the system directly involved in incident or emergency response;

b) Plan for resident, property evacuation from areas affected by danger or hazard, which is specific to different emergency situations;

c) Description of the system for internal and external communications in case of emergency or incident:

- Name and phone numbers of consignor of dangerous goods load, carrier and operator or driver of transport unit and his mate.

- Phone numbers of a regulatory authority having competence in issuing licenses for transport of dangerous goods; environmental management agency, fire police authority, environmental police authority and other relevant local authorities according to the trip schedule.

- Description of the plan for cooperation between relevant authorities.

 

 

………, date:……………….

Operator of transport unit/ consignor of dangerous goods

 (Signature, stamp)

 

APPENDIX V

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS, ADMINISTRATION PROCEDURES WITH RESPECT TO OWNERS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT PREMISES
 (Annexed to the Government's Decree No. 60/2016/ND-CP dated July 1, 2016)

I. HAZARDOUS WASTE PACKAGING

1. Hazardous waste packaging (whether the outer layer is stiff or soft) must meet the following general requirements:

a) The outer layer of packaging must be anti-corrosive, stainless and non–reactive with hazardous waste inside, and have the properties of water resistance or non-permeability, and anti-leakage, especially at connection and waste inlet and discharge points; the packaging must be soft with at least 02 layers.

b) Have the properties of anti-collision, prevent any damage, wear and tear due to weight of waste substance during normal use.

c) Soft packaging must be closely fastened while stiff one has the closed cover to prevent any spill or gas emission.

d) Liquid wastes, viscous waste sludges, or any waste that has evaporative hazardous ingredients, must be contained in stiff packaging.

2. The labeling of hazardous waste must be displayed on the packaging. If only one class or division of hazardous waste is transported, it is not necessary to display separate hazard labels on specific packaging but using a hazard label for the entire load.

II. HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE EQUIPMENT

1. Storage equipment items with stiff outer layers and greater size than common packaging, such as tanks, basins or containers, etc., used for storage of hazardous wastes, must meet the following general requirements:

a) The outer layer of packaging must be anti-corrosive, stainless and non–reactive with hazardous waste inside, and have the properties of water resistance, and must be reinforced or specially designed at connection, waste loading, unloading, inlet and discharge points for the purpose of leakage control.

b) Have the properties of anti-collision, prevent any damage, deformation, wear and tear due to weight of waste substance during normal use.

c) Display hazard or danger warning signs or markings in accordance with legislative regulations.

2. Equipment for storage of liquid hazardous wastes or hazardous wastes composed of evaporative toxic ingredients must have a tightly closed cover and provide evaporation control measures.

3. If hazardous waste storage equipment does not contain evaporative toxic ingredients, a closed cover may be unnecessary, but it must be designed with bulging or other measures to completely prevent or control sunlight or rain and direct wind to get inside.

III. HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE OR TRANSIT AREA

1. This area must meet the following general requirements:

a) Meet floor height requirements for flood prevention; have the floor level which is designed to prevent rain water from getting inside.

b) Have sealed floor without gaps or racks, be made of materials that have the property of water resistance, anti-abrasion and non-reaction with hazardous wastes inside; build the floor with high endurability to tolerate the maximum amount of weight of hazardous wastes as properly calculated; have walls and partitions made of fire-resistant materials.

c) Provide bulging prevent sunlight and rain for the entire area of storage which is made of fire-resistant materials, except if hazardous waste storage equipment has volume of more than 05 m3, it will be placed outdoors; propose any measure or design to restrict wind from getting inside.

d) Keep specific hazardous wastes or groups thereof which have the same properties in cells or sections separated by fire-resistant partitions higher than the loads of these hazardous goods to prevent any chemical reaction with others.

2. Storage and transit areas must meet statutory construction requirements.

3. Storage or transit areas of liquid hazardous wastes must have walls, bunds or embankments built around all or a part of an area, or provide other secondary containment measures as a contingency plan to prevent any spreading of hazardous wastes out into the surrounding environment in emergency cases; must be endorsed by trenches built around the area to collect hazardous wastes into pits at the lower position than floor level to control overflow of such hazardous wastes.

4. The area for storage and transit of flammable, combustible and explosive hazardous wastes must be no less than 10 m from an incinerator, boiler and other burning equipment.

5. Infectious medical waste containment facility must have cold storage system.

6. Hazardous waste storage or transit area must be equipped with:

a) Fire safety equipment (at least including foam fire extinguishers and fire extinguishing and sand) under the instructions of competent regulatory authorities regarding fire safety and protection as referred to in legislative regulations on fire safety.

b) Absorbent materials (such as dry sand or sawdust) and shovels used in case of spillages, leakages or overflows of liquid hazardous wastes.

c) First aid boxes; emergency baking soda containers used for neutralizing acid burns in case of storage of wastes having acid properties.

d) Handling equipment (manual or mechanical).

dd) Communications devices (fixed or portable telephones).

e) Warning systems (such as sirens, horns, bells, alarms and loudspeakers).

g) Each cell or section of storage or transit area, and containing equipment, must display hazardous waste markings in accordance with relevant regulations.

h) Fire escape maps and instructions (fire exit or escape signs) must be installed at all visible points of corridors, passageways or aisles.

i) Simplified instruction boards regarding safe operation procedures for storage or transit areas, emergency response processes (including the list of telephone numbers of environmental regulators, police, emergency and fire fighting authorities within local jurisdictions), internal rules of labor safety and health protection (including orders for use of personal protective equipment). They must have proper measurement and must be visible to operators, and must be clear, easy to read and unblurred.

IV. TRANSPORT UNIT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES

1. Transport units used for carrying hazardous wastes must meet requirements with respect to technical safety and environmental protection as provided for those of same type in accordance with legislative regulations.

2. Hazardous waste storage equipment which may be either fixed or movable on transport units must conform to requirements referred to in Section II of this Appendix.

3. Particular requirements for several transport units carrying hazardous wastes shall include:

a) Fixed body trucks must attach tanks or boxes collecting liquids which are placed underneath their bodies.

b) Containers or movable truck bodies must be fixed to trucks before operation.

c) Open body trucks must be prevented from exposure to sunlight or rain by fabric covers once they are loaded with hazardous wastes.

d) Tankers and ship’s holds of bulk liquid hazardous wastes must have evaporation control measures.

dd) Unloading dump trucks must have closed fabric hoods to protect hazardous wastes from sunlight or rain, and shall only be used in special cases under the instructions of the Vietnam Environment Administration.

e) Motorbikes or mopeds must have boxes tightly attached to cargo rear racks. The size of a cargo box mounted on a motorcycle or moped must comply with traffic regulations.

4. Zones for storage of hazardous wastes carried on ships or barges must meet the following requirements:

a) Ensure that floors and enclosure walls are liquid-tight, especially where they join together, made of materials which are impermeable, fireproof, anti-corrosive and chemically non-reactive with hazardous wastes; build floors which are endurable enough to tolerate the maximum weight of hazardous waste load as specifically calculated. b) Provide bulging, roofing and fabric cover against sunlight and rain, except where hazardous waste equipment with the volume of more than 02 m3 is placed outside; provide any technical solution or design to prevent wind from directly getting inside.

5. Cargo transport units, when carrying hazardous wastes, must be equipped with the followings:

a) Firefighting equipment (at least foam fire extinguisher) as provided for by legislative regulations on fire safety and prevention.

b) Absorbent materials (such as dry sand or sawdust) and shovels used in case of spillages, leakages or overflows of liquid hazardous wastes.

c) First aid boxes; emergency baking soda containers used for neutralizing acid burns in case of storage of wastes having acid properties.

dd) Communications devices (fixed or portable telephones).

dd) Warning markings or labels specific to classes of hazardous wastes in transit which are flexibly installed at the minimum of two opposing sides of a transport unit; the words "WASTE TRANSPORTATION" printed at the font size or height of 15 cm along with shipper’s name, address and telephone number which are displayed at the minimum of two opposing sides of a transport unit; materials and ink used for printing warning markings, and the said words, which are not blurred and faded. With respect to mopeds, the size of these markings or labels must meet practical conditions.

e) Emergency or incident signs used for notifying other traffic participants in case of road accidents or emergencies.

g) Simplified instruction boards regarding safe operation procedures for equipment transporting, loading or unloading, intake or discharge of hazardous wastes (including the list of telephone numbers of environmental regulators, police, emergency and fire fighting authorities within local jurisdictions where they are operating), internal rules of labor safety and health protection (including orders for use of personal protective equipment)which are displayed at cabins or control zones in accordance with legislative regulations, and which are clear, easy to read and unblurred.

V. HAZARDOUS TREATMENT SYSTEM OR EQUIPMENT

1. Technology and capacity of hazardous waste treatment system or equipment (including primary treatment, recycling, co-processing of, recovery of energy from hazardous wastes (hereinafter referred to as hazardous waste treatment)) must be specific to chemical, physical, biological properties, and proportionate to the quantity of hazardous wastes of different classes that require hazardous waste treatment.

2. Specific requirements for several hazardous waste systems or equipment items shall be composed of the followings:

a) Hazardous waste incinerators comply with the Technical environmental regulations on industrial waste incinerators. Hazardous waste incinerator must have the capacity of not less than 100 kg/hour, except the cases in which reports on environmental impact assessment are approved or licenses are issued before June 1, 2011.

b) Gas emissions from co-processing of hazardous wastes in cement kilns must conform to provisions laid down in the National environmental regulations concerning co-processing of hazardous wastes in cement kilns.

c) Products collected from hazardous waste solidification or stabilization processes must comply with provisions laid down in the National environmental regulations regarding hazardous waste thresholds.

d) Encapsulating hazardous wastes in concrete tanks or containers (also called encapsulation tank) must meet the following requirements:

- Encapsulation tanks shall take the three forms such as underground, semi-buried and surface tanks.

- The bottom size of each tank shall not exceed 100 m2 and the height of each tank shall not exceed 05 m. Where there is more than one tank, these tanks must be constructed without a shared wall, except when total size of tanks is less than 100 m2.

- The wall and bottom of an encapsulation tank must be made of rigid and impermeable steel-reinforced concrete (beam girders should be used as necessary to increase load bearing capacity) and should be constructed on reinforced soil (piles should be used in case of weak soil) in order to prevent any depression resulting in cracks or collapses, leaks and permeation in accordance with technical construction regulations and standards.

A lining layer should be constructed around walls (the sub-surface part of a tank) and underneath the tank bottom, at least including the following materials: clay with permeability coefficient K ≤ 10-7 cm/s tightly compressed to have a thickness of ≥ 60 cm; membrane made of HDPE, PVC, butyl rubber, neoprene synthetic rubber or equivalent material with ≥ 02 mm thickness.

- The encapsulation tank must be roofed to prevent sunlight or rain for the entire tank surface, and solutions to preventing wind from directly getting inside each tank must be available from the stage of operation to that of closing of each tank.

- After being filled, each tank must be closed by a rigid and impermeable reinforced concrete cover under the provisions of technical regulations or standards concerning construction; such cover must be spread over the entire surface of this tank to completely prevent any leakage or permeation; the cover of each tank must have an additional lining layer as referred to in subparagraph 4 paragraph d clause 2 section V of this Appendix.

- If the tank surface, after being tightly closed, is used for other purposes (except roads for transport vehicles), the weight of objects laying above the tank surface shall not exceed 25% of its bearing capacity as calculated in advance.

3. During the period when the Technical environmental regulations on hazardous waste landfills are not available, design and construction of a hazardous waste landfill must comply with contents of reports on environmental impact assessment, decisions on approval of such reports on the basis of the construction standards TCXDVN 320:2004 regarding hazardous waste landfills – Design standards. Operation of hazardous waste landfills must conform to contents of licenses for hazardous waste treatment on the basis of the Decision No. 60/2002/QD-BKHCNMT dated August 7, 2002 of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment providing the technical guidance on disposal and burial of hazardous wastes.

4. The area for installation of hazardous waste treatment systems or equipment must be equipped with the followings:

a) Fire safety equipment (at least including foam fire extinguishers and fire extinguishing and sand) under the instructions of competent regulatory authorities regarding fire safety and protection as referred to in legislative regulations on fire safety.

b) Absorbent materials (such as dry sand or sawdust) and shovels used in case of spillages, leakages or overflows of liquid hazardous wastes.

c) First aid kit. First aid boxes, and emergency baking soda containers used for neutralizing acid burns in case of treatment of wastes having acid properties, must be kept in place.

d) Communications devices (fixed telephones).

dd) Alarming systems (such as sirens, horns, bells, alarms and loudspeakers).

e) Fire escape maps and instructions (fire exit or escape signs) must be installed at all visible points of corridors, passageways or aisles.

g) Simplified instruction boards regarding safe operation procedures for these systems or equipment, and emergency response processes (including the list of telephone numbers of environmental regulators, police, emergency and fire fighting authorities within local jurisdictions), internal rules of labor safety and health protection (including orders for use of personal protective equipment). They must have proper measurement and must be visible to operators, and must be clear, easy to read and unblurred.

5. With respect to hazardous waste systems or equipment items used for high-temperature treatment of ignitable or explosive hazardous wastes, an alarming and automatic shutdown system used in case of unsafe operations must be operated in parallel with the manual one.

VI. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS WITH RESPECT TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WORKS AND MEASURES

1. Have environmental protection works to treat exhaust gases emitted from all operations taking place at hazardous waste treatment and transit premises (where appropriate) to ensure conformity with the prevailing Technical environmental regulations before discharge of these gases out into the surrounding environment, or adopt other exhaust gas control measures.

2. Have environmental protection works to treat sewage emitted from all operations taking place at hazardous waste treatment and transit premises (where appropriate) to ensure conformity with the prevailing Technical environmental regulations before discharge of these sewage out into the surrounding environment, or adopt other sewage control measures.

3. Areas where environmental protection works are constructed for treatment of exhaust gases or sewage must have notice boards of simplified instructions on safe operation processes which have proper size and position to be visible to operators, are printed in a clear, readable and unblurred manner.

4. Provide either forced or natural ventilation, or air conditioning measures, inside warehouses, factories to reduce harmful dusts, odor or gases, and maintain the temperature of less than 35°C (except when the outdoor temperature is higher than 35°C.)

5. Have noise and vibration control measures in case of such noise or vibration produced in excess of statutory limits referred to in applicable regulatory standards or technical environmental regulations.

6. The system or equipment for treatment of hazardous wastes containing an amount of organic halogen ingredient which exceeds stipulated hazardous waste threshold referred to in the Technical environmental regulations on hazardous waste thresholds must be supported by automatic and continuous environmental monitoring devices, except for treatment of hazardous wastes by using solidification or burying methods. In other circumstances, automatic and continuous environmental monitoring devices shall be required upon the request of the authority having competence in approving reports on environmental impact assessment, or of licensing authorities. Monitoring parameters shall be set out by these authorities by taking into consideration practical situations with reference to the applicable technical environmental regulations.

VII. OTHER PROVISIONS

1. Notwithstanding technical requirements referred to in this Appendix, equipment or facilities used for collection, carriage, storage and treatment of hazardous wastes in the healthcare sector must comply with prevailing regulations on healthcare waste management.

2. Where there are technical environmental regulations with respect to each equipment or facility used for collection, movement, storage and treatment of hazardous wastes, these regulations shall prevail.


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