Nghị định 13/2003/ND-CP

Decree No. 13/2003/ND-CP of February 19, 2003, prescribing the list of dangerous goods and the land-road transport of dangerous goods

Decree No. 13/2003/ND-CP of February 19, 2003, prescribing the list of dangerous goods and the land-road transport of dangerous goods đã được thay thế bởi Decree No. 104/2009/ND-CP of November 09, 2009, providing for the list of dangerous goods and the transport of dangerous goods by road motor vehicles và được áp dụng kể từ ngày 31/12/2009.

Nội dung toàn văn Decree No. 13/2003/ND-CP of February 19, 2003, prescribing the list of dangerous goods and the land-road transport of dangerous goods


THE GOVERNMENT
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM Independence - Freedom – Happiness
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No: 13/2003/ND-CP

Ha Noi, February 19, 2003

 

DECREE

PRESCRIBING THE LIST OF DANGEROUS GOODS AND THE LAND-ROAD TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS

THE GOVERNMENT

Pursuant to the Law on Organization of the Government of December 25, 2001;
Pursuant to the Law on Land-Road Traffic of June 29, 2001;
At the proposal of the Minister of Communications and Transport,

DECREES:

Chapter I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1.- Scope of regulation

1. This Decree prescribes the list of dangerous goods, the transport of dangerous goods and the competence to grant permits for transport of dangerous goods by land-road transport means.

2. Activities of transporting radioactive substances shall comply with the Government’s Decree No. 50/1998/ND-CP of July 16, 1998 guiding the implementation of the Ordinance on Radioactivity Safety and Control.

3. Activities of transporting industrial explosive materials, apart from being subject to this Decree, shall also comply with the Government’s Decree No. 47/CP of August 12, 1996.

Article 2.- Objects of application

1. This Decree applies to all domestic and foreign agencies, organizations and individuals that transport dangerous goods over the Vietnamese territory.

In cases where an international treaty concerning the land-road transport of dangerous goods which the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has signed or acceded to contains provisions different from those of this Decree, the provisions of such international treaty shall apply.

2. The transport of assorted dangerous goods in service of national defense or security purposes of the armed forces shall be subject to regulations of the Minister of Defense and the Minister of Public Security.

Article 3.- Cases exempt from the application of the provisions of this Decree shall be decided by the Prime Minister, including:

1. Goods in service of urgent needs for preventing and combating epidemics, diseases, natural disasters or enemy sabotage.

2. Transited goods of countries or international organizations, with which Vietnam has not signed or acceded to agreements.

Article 4.- Interpretation of terms

In this Decree, the following terms shall be construed as follows:

1. Dangerous substances are substances or compounds in gaseous, liquid or solid form which may cause harms to human life and health, the environment, safety and national security.

2. Dangerous goods are goods which contain dangerous substances and may, when being transported en route, cause harms to human life and health, the environment, safety and national security.

3. Goods consignors are agencies, organizations or individuals that send dangerous goods under their own names.

4. Goods consignees are agencies, organizations or individuals that receive dangerous goods under their own names.

5. Carriers are agencies, organizations or individuals that undertake the transportation of dangerous goods.

6. Customs clearance decision means the customs’ decision permitting goods to be exported or imported, transport means to exit or enter.

Chapter II

DANGEROUS GOODS

Article 5.- Classification of dangerous goods

1. Depending on their chemical and physical properties, dangerous goods are classified into the following 9 types and type groups:

Type 1:

Group 1.1: Explosives

Group 1.2: Industrial explosive substances and materials

Type 2:

Group 2.1: Flammable gases

Group 2.2: Non-flammable and non-hazardous gases

Group 2.3: Hazardous gases

Type 3: Flammable liquids and liquid desensitized explosives

Type 4:

Group 4.1: Flammable solid substances, self-reactive substances and solid desensitized explosives

Group 4.2: Spontaneously flammable substances

Group 4.3: Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases

Type 5:

Group 5.1: Oxidizing substances

Group 5.2: Organic oxide compounds

Type 6:

Group 6.1: Hazardous substances

Group 6.2: Infectious substances

Type 7: Radioactive substances

Type 8: Corrosive substances

Type 9: Other dangerous substances and goods

2. Packages and tanks containing dangerous goods, which have not yet been cleansed inside and outside after the dangerous goods are completely removed therefrom, shall also be considered corresponding dangerous goods.

Article 6.- Lists of dangerous goods

1. Lists of dangerous goods are classified by types and type groups of dangerous goods together with their United Nations code numbers and danger identification numbers specified in Appendix 1.

2. The Ministry of Industry shall prescribe the list of goods of group 1.2 of type 1 (industrial explosive substances and materials).

3. The Ministry of Science and Technology shall prescribe the list of goods of type 7 (radioactive substances).

4. The danger of each substance contained in goods shall be denoted with danger identification numbers for one two- or three-digit group specified in Appendix 2.

Article 7.- Packing of dangerous goods for transport

1. Dangerous goods of types, which must be packed for transportation must be packed at the places of manufacture or distribution. The ministries and branches defined in Articles 6 and 10 of this Decree shall have to announce the lists of dangerous goods which must be packed for transportation.

2. The packing of dangerous goods in the Vietnamese territory must comply with the Vietnamese standards (VNS). Regarding goods types and groups, for which exists no Vietnamese standard, the branch-managing ministries shall prescribe additional regulations.

Article 8.- Packages and tanks containing dangerous goods

1. The goods line-managing ministries shall prescribe materials for use as packages or tanks containing dangerous goods on transport means; use technical standards and tested standards of containing packages or tanks for each kind of substances or each group of dangerous goods.

2. Only packages and tanks for containing dangerous goods satisfying the standards prescribed by the competent agencies shall be used.

Article 9.- Goods labels, danger symbols and danger signs

1. The labeling of dangerous goods shall comply with the provisions of the Regulation on labeling of domestically circulated, exported and imported goods, promulgated together with the Prime Minister’s Decision No. 178/1999/QD-TTg of August 30, 1999.

2. The outward side of each package or tank of dangerous goods shall be stuck with a danger symbol. The sizes, patterns and colors of danger symbols are prescribed in Section 1 of Appendix 3.

3. Transport means and containers containing dangerous goods shall:

a/ Be stuck with danger symbols of transported goods types or groups. In cases where a transport means or container is loaded with different goods types, the outward side of such transport means or container shall be stuck with symbols of all those goods types. Positions for sticking symbols are on both sides and the back of transport means and containers;

b/ Be stuck with danger signs which are of rectangular shape, in reddish-yellow and inscribed with the UN numbers in the middle. The size of danger signs is prescribed in Section 2 of Appendix 3. The position for sticking danger signs is below the danger symbols.

Article 10.- The proposals on supplements to the list of dangerous goods is prescribed in Clause 1 of Article 6; prescription of packaging specifications in Article 7; standards of containing packages and tanks in Clause 1, Article 8, and sticking of symbols of dangerous goods in Clause 2, Article 9, shall be publicized by following ministries within 180 days after the effective date of this Decree:

1. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development shall elaborate and supplement regulations on plant protection drugs.

2. The Ministry of Health shall elaborate and supplement regulations on toxic chemicals for medical use and insecticide and bactericide chemicals for domestic use.

3. The Ministry of Trade shall elaborate and supplement regulations on petrol, oils and fuel gases.

4. The Ministry of Industry shall elaborate and supplement regulations on dangerous chemicals for use in industrial production.

5. The Ministry of Science and Technology shall elaborate and supplement regulations on radioactive substances.

6. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment shall elaborate and supplement regulations on remaining toxic and dangerous chemicals in dangerous goods types and groups.

Article 11.- The ministers shall report to the Prime Minister for decision supplements and/or amendments to the list of dangerous goods which need to be transported.

Chapter III

TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS

Article 12.- Conditions on knowledge of laborers who are involved in the transport of dangerous goods:

1. Storekeepers, drivers of transport means, escorts of dangerous goods must go through training courses and obtain certificates of training in dangerous goods which they preserve or transport.

2. Responsibilities to train and grant training certificates:

a/ The goods line-managing ministries shall have to organize training courses and grant training certificates for drivers of means transporting dangerous goods;

b/ The branch-managing ministries shall have to organize the training for storekeepers and escorts of dangerous goods.

Article 13.- Loading and unloading of dangerous goods onto and from transport means and keeping thereof in stores and at storing yards

1. Organizations and individuals must strictly comply with the instructions in the regulations on preservation, loading, unloading and transport of each dangerous goods type or in notices of the goods consignors.

2. The loading and unloading of dangerous goods onto and from transport means must be conducted under the direct instruction and supervision by storekeepers, such means’ drivers or escorts.

Article 14.- Technical requirements on dangerous goods transport means

1. Transport means must fully satisfy the conditions for joining in traffic and protecting the environment.

2. Transport means equipped with special-use devices for transporting dangerous goods must be compatible with the standards prescribed by the branch-managing ministries.

3. Basing themselves on the standard regulations of the branch-managing ministries, the agencies in charge of expertising motorized land-road vehicles shall conduct the expertise and certify that such motorized land-road vehicles fully meet the conditions for transport of dangerous goods.

4. It is strictly prohibited to use means, which are not up to the technical standards or fail to meet the conditions for transport of dangerous goods, for transport of dangerous goods.

5. Transport means and containers carrying dangerous goods must, after having such goods completely unloaded without continuing to transport such type of goods, be cleansed and have all danger symbols stuck thereon removed.

Article 15.- Drivers of dangerous goods-transporting means, besides having to fully meet the conditions for driving transport means to join in traffic according to the regulations, must also have certificates of training in dangerous goods transport.

Article 16.- Regulations on safety in the transport of dangerous goods

Transport means owners and drivers must observe the following regulations applicable to the transport of dangerous goods:

1. Carriers must comply with regulations on transport routes, parking points and stops en route, time for transportation, loading capacities of transport means inscribed in permits.

2. Carriers must satisfy requirements of the goods consignors, parties inscribed in notices sent to them.

3. Drivers of transport means carrying dangerous goods being flammable substances, spontaneously flammable substances, sensitized liquid or solid explosives, when going through bridges and tunnels of particular importance or other works currently under construction on traffic roads where exist high temperatures, welding sparks or electric sparks, must follow instructions of the units directly managing or constructing such works.

Article 17.- Responsibilities of goods consignors

1. To pack goods strictly according to sizes, goods weight and with packing materials prescribed in the technical safety regulations applicable to each type of goods.

2. Outer packing must have goods labels prescribed in Clause 1 and stuck with danger symbols prescribed in Clause 2, Article 9 of this Decree.

3. To have valid dossiers on dangerous goods, comprising:

a/ Goods consigning bills, which are clearly inscribed with goods appellations, code numbers, goods type, gross weight, type of packing, number of packages, date and place of manufacture, names and addresses of the goods consignor and goods consignee;

b/ For dangerous goods banned from circulation, transport permission from the branch-managing ministries is required.

4. To notify in writing the carriers of requirements which must be satisfied in the course of transportation and instructions for handling accidents or incidents, if any, even in cases where there are escorts.

5. To send persons to escort goods which must be escorted.

6. The goods line-managing ministries shall have to guide the implementation of this Article regarding dangerous goods types or groups which they manage.

Article 18.- Responsibilities of carriers

1. To use transport means which are compatible with the standards prescribed for types of dangerous goods which need to be transported.

2. To inspect to be-transported goods to ensure the transport safety according to the regulations.

3. To fully comply with notices of the goods consignors and stipulations in permits for transport of dangerous goods.

4. To conduct the transportation only when they fully have permits, danger symbols and signs.

5. To give to transport means drivers guidance on the regulations to be observed when transporting dangerous goods prescribed in Article 16 of this Decree.

6. The carriers shall accept to transport goods only when all the procedures are completed, such goods have valid dossiers and the packing ensures safety in transportation.

Article 19.- Responsibilities of the local People’s Committees upon the occurrence of incidents in the transport of dangerous goods

In the course of transporting dangerous goods, if any incident occurs, the People’s Committee of the nearest locality shall be entitled to promptly mobilize forces to:

1. Assist the transport means drivers and goods escorts (if any) in rescuing people, goods and vehicles.

2. Bring victims from the areas of incidents, and organize first-aid treatment for victims.

3. Organize the protection of goods and transport means for continued transport or keeping in warehouses or storing yards.

4. Zone off and evacuate inhabitants from polluted or hazardous areas, and at the same time report such to the People’s Committees of higher levels for mobilization of fire, hazardous chemical and epidemic prevention and environmental protection teams for timely handling.

Chapter IV

PERMITS FOR TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS

Article 20.- Competence to grant permits for transport of dangerous goods

1. The Ministry of Public Security shall grant permits for transport of dangerous goods of types 1, 2, 3, 4 and 9 specified in Clause 1, Article 5 of this Decree.

2. The Ministry of Science and Technology shall grant permits for transport of dangerous goods of types 5, 7 and 8 specified in Clause 1, Article 5 of this Decree.

3. The Ministry of Health shall grant permits for transport of dangerous goods of type 6 specified in Clause 1, Article 5 of this Decree.

4. The ministries competent to grant permits for transport of dangerous goods defined in Clauses 1, 2 and 3 of this Article shall specify the order and procedures for granting dangerous goods transport permits.

Article 21.- Contents, form and duration of dangerous goods transport permits

1. Principal contents of dangerous goods transport permits:

a/ Names of transport means and number plates;

b/ Names of transport means owners;

c/ Names of drivers;

d/ Types and groups of dangerous goods, weight thereof;

e/ Places of departure and destination;

f/ Transport itineraries and time schedules;

g/ Transport duration.

2. The form of dangerous goods transport permits and danger signs shall be issued, managed and distributed by the competent ministries.

3. The duration of dangerous goods transport permits granted upon each goods shipment or each period shall not exceed 12 months.

Chapter V

INSPECTION, EXAMINATION AND HANDLING OF VIOLATIONS

Article 22.- Inspection and examination of the dangerous goods transport

1. The ministries competent to grant dangerous goods transport permits shall have to organize inspection and examination of the observance of the provisions of this Decree.

2. The land-road traffic inspectors and policemen shall inspect and examine dangerous goods transport means and drivers thereof when they see signs of violations according to the provisions of law.

Article 23.- Persons who commit acts of violating the provisions of this Decree shall, depending on the nature and seriousness of their violations, be administratively sanctioned or examined for penal liability; if damage is caused, compensations therefor must be made according to the provisions of law.

Chapter VI

IMPLEMENTATION PROVISIONS

Article 24.- This Decree takes effect 15 days after it is published on the Official Gazette. The previous stipulations contrary to this Decree shall all be hereby annulled.

Article 25.- The Ministers of Public Security; Science and Technology; Communications and Transport; Industry; Health, Agriculture and Rural Development; Trade; and Natural Resources and Environment, shall, within the ambit of their functions and tasks, guide the implementation of this Decree.

Article 26.- The ministers, the heads of the ministerial-level agencies, the heads of the agencies attached to the Government and the presidents of the People’s Committees of the provinces and centrally-run cities shall have to implement this Decree.

 

 

ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT
PRIME MINISTER




Phan Van Khai

 

APPENDIX NO. 1

LIST OF DANGEROUS GOODS
(Promulgated together with the Government's Decree No. 13/2003/ND-CP of February 19, 2003)

Ordinal number

Names of goods

The UN numbers

Goods types and groups

Danger numbers

1

Acetylene, in decomposition form

1001

3

239

2

Air, in compression form

1002

2

20

3

Air, refrigerated

1003

2 + 5

225

4

Ammonia, anhydrous

1005

6.1 + 8

268

5

Argon, in compression form

1006

2

20

6

Boron trifluoride, in compression form

1008

6.1 + 8

268

7

Bromotrifluoromethane (R 13B1)

1009

2

20

8

1,2 - Butadien, limited

1010

3

239

9

1,3 - Butadien, limited

1010

3

239

10

Mixture of 1,3 -butadiene and hydrocarbon, limited

1010

3

239

11

Butane

1011

3

23

12

1-Butylene

1012

3

23

13

Butylenes mixture

1012

3

23

14

Trans -2- Butylene

1012

3

23

15

Carbon dioxide

1013

2

20

16

Oxygen and carbon dioxide, mixture, in compression form (max. 30% CO2)

1014

2 + 5

25

17

Carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide, mixture

1015

2

20

18

Carbon monoxide, in compression form

1016

6.1 + 3

263

19

Chlorine

1017

6.1 + 8

268

20

Chlorodiflouromethane (R22)

1018

2

20

21

Chloropentaflouromethane (R115)

1020

2

20

22

1- Chloro-1,2,2,2- tetrafluoroethane (R124)

1021

2

20

23

Chlorotrifluoromethane (R13)

1022

2

20

24

Coal gas, in compression form

1023

6.1 + 3

263

25

Cyanogen

1026

6.1+3

23

26

Cyclopropane

1027

3

20

27

Dichlorodifluoromethane (R12)

1028

2

20

28

Dichlorodifluoromethane (R21)

1029

2

23

29

1,1 - Difluoroethane (R 152a)

1030

3

23

30

Dimethylamine, anhydrous

1032

3

23

31

Dimethl ether

1033

3

23

32

Ethane

1035

3

23

33

Ethylamine

1036

3

23

34

Ethylic chloride

1037

3

23

35

Ethylene, refrigerated liquid

1038

3

223

36

Ethylic methyl ether

1039

3

23

37

Ethylic oxigen nitrogen

1040

6.1 + 3

263

38

Ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide having ethylene oxide from 9 to 87%

1041

3

239

39

Compressed helium gas

1046

2

20

40

Hydro bromide, anhydrous

1048

6 1 + 8

268

41

Hydrogen, compressed

1049

3

23

42

Hydro chloride, anhydrous

1050

6.1 + 8

268

43

Hydro fluoride, anhydrous

1052

8 + 6.1

886

44

Hydro sunfide

1053

6.1 + 3

263

45

Isometric butila

1055

3

23

46

Krypton, compressed

1056

2

20

47

Liquefied gas, non-flammable, resistant to nitrogen, carbon dioxide or air

1058

2

20

48

Compound PI, P2: see compound methylacetylene and propadiene, balance

1060

3

239

49

Methylacetylene and propadiene, balance

1060

3

239

50

Methylamine, anhydrous

1061

3

23

51

Methyl bromide

1062

61

26

52

Methyl chloride

1063

3

23

53

Methyl mercaptan

1064

6.1 + 3

263

54

Neon, compressed

1065

2

20

55

Nitrogen, compressed

1066

2

20

56

Dinitrogen tetroxide (nitrogen dioxide)

1067

6.1 + 05 + 8

265

57

Nitrous oxide

1070

2 + 05

25

58

Petroleum gas, compressed

1071

6.1 + 3

263

59

Oxygen, compressed

1072

2 + 05

25

60

Oxygen, refrigerated liquid

1073

2 + 05

225

61

Liquefied petroleum gas

1075

3

23

62

Phosgene

1076

6.1 + 8

268

63

Propylene

1077

3

23

64

Compounds F1, F2, F3: see refrigerant gases

1078

2

20

65

Refrigerant gases

1078

2

20

66

Sulfur dioxide

1079

6.1+8

268

67

Sulfur hexafluoride

1080

2

20

68

Trifluorochlomethylene, limited (R 11 13)

1082

6.1 + 3

263

69

Trimethylamine, anhydrous

1083

3

23

70

Vinyl bromide, limited

1085

3

239

71

Vinyl chloride, limited and stable

1086

3

239

72

Vinyl methyl ether, limited

1087

3

239

73

Acetal

1088

3

33

74

Acetaldehyde

1089

3

33

75

Acetone

1090

3

33

76

Acetone oil

1091

3

33

77

Acrolein, limited

1092

6.1 + 3

663

78

Acrylonitrile, limited

1093

3 + 6.1

336

79

Ally alcohol

1098

6.1 + 3

663

80

Ally bromide

1099

3 + 6.1

336

81

Ally chloride

1100

3 + 6.

336

82

Amyl acetate

1104

3

30

83

Pentanols

1105

3

30

84

Pentanols

1105

3

33

85

Amylamine (n-amylamine, tert-anylamine)

1106

3 + 8

339

86

Amylamine (sec-amyamine)

1106

3 + 8

38

87

Amyl chloride

1107

3

33

88

1-Pentene (n-Amyiene)

1108

3

33

89

Amyl formates

1109

3

30

90

n-Amyl methyl ketone

1110

3

30

91

Amyl mercaptan

1111

3

33

92

Amyl nitrate

1112

3

30

93

Amyl nitrite

1113

3

33

94

Benzene

1114

3

33

95

Butanols

1120

3

30

96

Butanols

1120

3

33

97

Butyl acetate

1123

3

30

98

Butyl acetate

1123

3

33

99

n-Butylamine

1125

3 + 8

338

100

1-Bromobutane

1126

3

33

101

n-Butyl bromide

1126

3

33

102

Chloro butanes

1127

3

33

103

n-Butyl formate

1128

3

33

104

Butyraldehyde

1129

3

33

105

Camphor oil

1130

3

30

106

Carbon disulphide

1131

3 + 6.1

336

107

Carbon sulphide

1131

3 + 6.1

336

108

Adhesives

1133

3

30

109

Adhesives

1133

3

33

110

Chlorobenzene

1134

3

30

111

Ethylene chlorohydin

1135

6.1 + 3

663

112

Distilled black tar

1136

3

30

113

Distilled black tar

1136

3

33

114

Diluent

1139

3

30

115

Diluent

1139

3

33

116

Crotonaldehyde, stable

1143

6.1+3

663

117

Dyes, solid, toxic

1143

6.1

66

118

Crotonylene (2-Butyne)

1144

3

339

119

Cyclohexane

1145

3

33

120

Cyclopentane

1146

3

33

121

Decahydronaphthalene

1147

3

30

122

Diacetone, chemically purified

1148

3

30

123

Diacetone, technically purified

1148

3

33

124

Dibutyl ether

1149

3

30

125

1,2-Dichloroethylene

1150

3

33

126

Dichloropentanes

1152

3

30

127

Ethylene glycol diethyl ether

1153

3

30

128

Diethylamine

1154

3 . 8

338

129

Diethyl ether (ethyl ether)

1155

3

33

130

Diethyl ketone

1156

3

33

131

Diisobutyl ketone

1157

3

30

132

Diisopropylamine

1158

3 + 8

338

133

Diisopropyl ether

1159

3

33

134

Dimethylamine solution

1160

3 + 8

338

135

Dimethyl carbonate

1161

3

33

136

Dimethyidichlorosilane

1162

3 + 8

X338

137

Dimethythydrazine, non-symmetrical

1163

6.1 + 3 + 9

663

138

Dimethyl sulphide

1164

3

33

139

Dioxane

1165

3

33

140

Dioxolane

1166

3

33

141

Divinyl ether, limited

1167

3

339

142

Extracts of aromatic compounds, liquid

1169

3

33

143

Extracts of aromatic compounds, liquid

1169

3

30

144

Ethanol (alcoholic Ethyl) or ethwol (Ethyl alcohol) containing over 70% of alcohol by mass

1170

3

33

145

Ethanol method (Ethyl alcohol solution) containing over 24% and under 70% of alcohol

1170

3

30

146

Ethylene glycol rnonoethyl ether

1171

3

30

147

Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate

1172

3

30

148

Ethyl acetate

1173

3

33

149

Ethylbezene

1175

3

33

150

Ethyl bocate

1176

3

33

151

Ethylbutyl acetate

1177

3

30

152

2-Ethyibutyraldehyde

1178

3

33

153

Ethyl burylether

1179

3

33

154

Ethyl butyrate

1180

3

30

155

Ethyl chloroacetate

1181

6.1 + 3

63

156

Ethyl chlorfomate

1182

6.1 + 3 + 8

663

157

Ethyidichlorosilance

1183

4.3 + 3 +8

X338

158

1,2-Dicloroethane (Ethylene dichlocide)

1184

3 + 6.1

336

159

Ethyleneimine, limited

1185

6.1 + 3

663

160

Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether

1188

3

30

161

Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate

1189

3

30

162

Ethyl fomate

1190

3

33

163

Ocryl aldehydes (ethyl hexaldehydes)

1191

3

30

164

Ethyl lactate

1192

3

30

165

Ethyl methyl ketone (methyl ethyl ketone)

1193

3

33

166

Ethyl nitrite solution

1194

3 + 6.1

336

167

Ethyl propionate

1195

3

33

168

Ethyttrichlorosilane

1196

3 + 8

X338

169

Absorbable liquids

1197

3

30

170

Absorbable liquids

1197

3

33

171

Formaldehyde solution, flammable

1198

3 + 8

38

172

Furadehydes

1199

6.1 + 3

63

173

Heterogeneous alcoholic oil

1201

3

30

174

Heterogeneous alcoholic oil

1201

3

33

175

Diesel oil

1202

3

30

176

Petroleum gas

1202

3

30

177

Thermal oil (light)

1202

3

30

178

Machine lubricating oil

1203

3

33

179

Heptanes

1206

3

33

180

Hexaldehyde

1207

3

30

181

Hexane

1208

3

33

182

Printing ink

1210

3

30

183

Printing ink

1210

3

33

184

Isobutanol

1212

3

30

185

Isobutyl acetate

1213

3

 

186

Isobutylamine

1214

3 + 8

338

187

Isooctenes

1216

3

33

188

Isoprene, limited

1218

3

339

189

Isopropanol (Isopropyl alcohol)

1219

3

33

190

Isopropyl acetate

1220

3

33

191

Isopropylamine

1221

3 + 8

338

192

Petroleum oil

1223

3

30

193

Cetone

1224

3

30

194

Cetone

1224

3

33

195

Mercaptans or mercaptan, liquid, flammable, hazardous

1228

3 + 6.1

336

196

Mercaptans or mercaptan, liquid, flammable, hazardous

1228

3 + 6.1

36

197

Mosityl oxide

1229

3

30

198

Methanol

1230

3 + 6.1

336

199

Methyl acetate

1231

3

33

200

Methylamy acetate

1233

3

30

201

Methylal

1234

3

33

202

Methylamine solution

1235

3 + 8

338

203

Methyl butyrate

1237

3

33

204

Methyl chloroformate

1238

6.1 + 3 + 8

663

205

Methyl chloromethyl ether

1239

6.1 + 3

663

206

Methyldichlomsilane

1242

4.3 + 3 + 8

X338

207

Methyl formate

1243

3

33

208

Methylhydrazine

1244

6.1 + 3 + 8

663

209

Methyl isobutyl ketone

1245

3

33

210

Methyl isopropenyl ketone, limited

1246

3

339

211

Methyl methacrylate rnonomer, limited

1247

3

339

212

Methyl propionate

1248

3

33

213

Methyl propyl ketone

1249

3

33

214

Mothyitrichlorosilme

1250

3 + 8

X338

215

Methyl vinyl ketone, stable

1251

6.1 + 3 + 9

639

216

Nickel carbonyl

1259

6.1 + 3

663

217

Octanes

1262

3

33

218

Paint

1263

3

30

219

Paint

1263

3

33

220

Materials for making paint

1263

3

30

221

Materials for making paint

1263

3

33

222

Paraldehyde

1264

3

30

223

Pentanes, liquid

1265

3

33

224

Pentanes, liquid

1265

3

33

225

Aromatic products

1266

3

30

226

Aromatic products

1266

3

33

227

Petrol crude oil

1267

3

33

228

Petroleum products

1268

3

33

229

Petroleum products

1268

3

30

230

Pine wood oil

1272

3

30

231

n-Propnol

1274

3

30

232

n-Propnol

1274

3

33

233

Propionaldehyde

1275

3

33

234

n-Propyl acetate

1276

3

33

235

Propylamine

1277

3 + 8

338

236

1-Chloropropane (Propyl chloride)

1278

3

33

237

1,2-Dichloropropane

1279

3

33

238

Propylene oxide

1280

3

33

239

Propyl, fixative

1281

3

33

240

Pyridine

1282

3

33

241

Rosin oil

1286

3

30

242

Rosin oil

1286

3

33

243

Rubber waste

1287

3

30

244

Rubber waste

1287

3

33

245

Clay slate oil

1288

3

30

246

Clay slate oil

1288

3

33

247

Sodium methylate waste

1289

3 + 8

338

248

Sodium methylate waste

1289

3 + 8

38

249

Tetraethyl silicate

1292

3

30

250

Medicinal alcohol, in form of medicines

1293

3

30

251

Medicinal alcohol, in form of medicines

1293

3

33

252

Toluene

1294

3

33

253

Trichlorosilane

1295

4.3 + 3 + 8

X338

254

Triethylamine

1296

3 + 8

338

255

Thmethylamine, solution

1297

3 + 8

338

256

Trimethylamine, solution

1297

3+8

38

257

Trimethylchlorosilane

1298

3 + 8

X338

258

Pine resin

1299

3

30

259

Pine resin substitutes

1300

3

30

260

Pine resin substitutes

1300

3

33

261

Vinyl acetate, limited

1301

3

339

262

Vinyl ethyl ether, limited

1302

3

339

263

Vinylidene chloride, limited

1303

3

339

264

Vinyl isobutyl ether, limited

1304

3

339

265

Vinyltrichlomsilane, limited

1305

3 + 8

X338

266

Wood presevatives, liquid

1306

3

30

267

Wood preservatives, liquid

1306

3

33

268

Xylenes

1307

3

30

269

Xylenes

1307

3

33

270

Zirconium in flammable liquid

1308

3

33

271

Zirconium in flammable liquid

1308

3

30

272

Aluminum, in powder or membrane

1309

4.1

40

273

Bomeol

1312

4.1

40

274

Calcium resminate

1313

4.1

40

275

Calcium resinate, conglomerated

1314

4.1

40

276

Cabalt resinate, in precipitation form

1318

4.1

40

277

Ferrocerium

1323

4.1

40

278

Flammable solids, organic

1325

4.1

40

279

Hafnium powder, wet

1326

4.1

40

280

Hexamethylenetetramine

1328

4.1

40

281

Maganese resinate

1330

4.1

40

282

Metaldehyde

1332

4.1

40

283

Naphthalene, crude or pure

1334

4.1

40

284

Phosphorus, impure

1338

4.1

40

285

Phosphorus heptasulphide

1339

4.1

40

286

Phosphorus pentasulphide

1340

4.3

423

287

Phosphorus sesquisulphide

1341

4.1

40

288

Phosphorus trisulphide

1343

4.1

40

289

Rubber, in loose or by-products

1345

4.1

40

290

Silicon, impure

1346

4.1

40

291

Sulfur

1350

4..1

40

292

Titanium in powder form, wet

1352

4.1

40

293

Zirconium in powder form, wet

1358

4.1

40

294

Carbon

1361

4.2

40

295

Carbon, black

1361

4.2

40

296

Carbon, radioactivated

1362

4.2

40

297

Copra

1363

4.2

40

298

Cotton waste, containing oil

1364

4.2

40

299

Cotton, wet

1365

4.2

40

300

Zinc diethyl

1366

4.2 + 4.3

X333

301

p-Nitrosodimethylaniline

1369

4.2

40

302

Zinc dimethyl

1370

4.2 + 4.3

X333

303

Fabrics, animals, vegetables, fruits or synthetic fibers

1373

4.2

40

304

Fib fiber, animals, vegetables, fruits or synthetic fibers

1373

4.2

40

305

Iron oxide, used

1376

4.2

40

306

Iron oxide, used

1376

4.2

40

307

Metal catalysts, wet

1378

4.2

40

308

Oil-treated non-saturated paper

1379

4.2

40

309

Pentaborane

1380

4 2 + 6 1

333

310

Phosphorus, white or yellow, dry

1381

4.2 +6.1

46

311

Potassium sulphide, anhydrous

1382

4.2

40

312

Potassium sulphide, with less than 30% water of crystallization

1382

4.2

40

313

Sodium dithionite (Sodium hydrosulphite)

1384

4.2

40

314

Sodium sulphide, anhydrous

1385

4.2

40

315

Sodium sulphide, with less than 30% water of crystallization

1385

4.2

40

316

Granular wheel

1386

4.2

40

317

Amalgam of alkali metals

1389

4.3

X423

318

Amides of alkali metals

1390

4.3

423

319

Dispersive alkali metals

1391

4.3 + 3

X423

320

Underground metal dispersers, alkaline

1391

4.3 + 3

X423

321

Underground metal mixtures, alkaline

1392

4.3

X423

322

Underground metal compounds, alkaline

1393

4.3

423

323

Aluminum carbide

1394

4.3

423

324

Aluminum ferrosilicon, in powder

1395

4.3 + 6.1

462

325

Aluminum, in powder, non-membrane

1396

4.3

423

326

Aluminum silicon, in powder, non-membrane

1398

4.3

423

327

Barium

1400

4.3

423

328

Calcium

1401

4.3

423

329

Calciumni carbide

1402

4.3

423

330

Calcium cyanamide

1403

4.3

423

331

Calcium siticide

1405

4.3

423

332

Caesium

1407

4.3

X423

333

Ferrsilicon

1408

4.3 + 6.1

462

334

Hydrides of metals, water-reactive

1409

4.3

423

335

Lithium

1415

4.3

X423

336

Lithium silicon

1417

4.3

423

337

Magnesium, in powder

1418

4.3 + 4.2

423

338

Potassium compounds

1420

4.3

X423

339

Alkali metal compounds, liquid

1421

4.3

X423

340

Potassium, sodium compound

1422

4.3

X423

341

Rubidium

1423

4.3

X423

342

Sodium

1428

4.3

X423

343

Sodium methylate

1431

4.2 + 8

49

344

Zinc

1435

4.3

423

345

Zinc waste

1436

4.3 + 4.2

423

346

Zinc powder

1436

4.3 + 4.2

423

347

Zirconium hydride

1437

4.1

40

348

Aluminum nitrate

1438

5.1

50

349

Ammonium dichromate

1439

5.1

50

350

Ammonium perchlorate

1442

5.1

50

351

Ammonium persulphate

1444

5.1

50

352

Barium chlorate

1445

5.1 + 6.1

56

353

Barium nitrate

1446

5.1 + 6.1

56

354

Barium perchlorate

1447

5. 1 + 6 1

56

355

Barum permanganate

1448

5 1 + 6.1

56

356

Barium peroxide

1449

5.1+6.1

56

357

Bromates, inorganic, n.o.s.

1450

5.1

50

358

Caesium nitrate

1451

5. 1

50

359

Calcium chlorate

1452

5.1

50

360

Calcium chlorite

1453

5.1

50

361

Calcium nitrate

1454

5.1

50

362

Calcium perchlorate

1455

5.1

50

363

Calcium permanganate

1456

5.1

50

364

Calcium peroxide

1457

5.1

50

365

Chlorate and borate mixture

1458

5.1

50

366

Chloate and magnesium chloride mixture

1459

5. 1

50

367

Chlorates, inorganic

1461

5.1

50

368

Chlorites, inorganic

1462

5.1

50

369

Chriomium trioxide, anhydrous

1463

5.1 + a

58

370

Didymium nitrate

1465

5.1

50

371

Ferric nitrate

1466

5.1

50

372

Guanidine nitrate

1467

5.1

50

373

Lead nitrate

1469

5.1 + 6.1

56

374

Lead perchlorate

1470

5 1 + 6.1

56

375

Lithium hypchlorite, mixture or dry

1471

5.1

50

376

Lithium peroxide

1472

5.1

50

377

Magnesium bromate

1473

5.1

50

378

Magnesium nitrate

1474

5.1

50

379

Magnesium perchlorate

1475

5.1

50

380

Magnesium peroxide

1476

5. 1

50

381

Nitrates, inorganic

1477

5.1

50

382

Oxidizing solid substances

1479

5.1

50

383

Perchorates, inorganic

1481

5.1

50

384

Permanganates, inorganic

1482

5.1

50

385

Peroxides, inorganic

1483

5.1

50

386

Potassium bromate

1484

5.1

50

387

Potassium chlorate

1485

5.1

50

388

Potassium nitrate

1486

5. 1

50

389

Potassium nitrate and sodium nitrite mixture

1487

5.1

50

390

Potassium nitrite

1488

5.1

50

391

Potassium perchlorme

1489

5.1

50

392

Potassium permangante

1490

5.1

50

393

Potassium persulfate

1492

5.1

50

394

Yellow nitrate

1493

5.1

50

395

Sodium bromate

1494

5.1

56

396

Sodium chlorate

1495

5.1

50

397

Sodium chlorite

1496

5.1

50

398

Sodium nitrate

1498

5.1

50

399

Sodium nitrate and potassium nitrate mixture

1499

5.1

50

400

Sodium nitrite

1500

5.1 + 6.1

56

401

Sodium perchlorate

1502

5.1

50

402

Sodium permanganate

1503

5.1

50

403

Sodium persulfate

1505

5.1

50

404

Strontium chlorate

1506

5.1

50

405

Strontium nitrate

1507

5. 1

50

406

Strontium perchlorate

1508

5.1

50

407

Strontium peroxide

1509

5.1

50

408

Tetranitromethane

1510

5.1 + 6.1

559

409

Urea hydrogen peroxide

1511

5. 1 +8

58

410

Zinc nitrite ammonium

1512

5.1

50

411

Zinc chlorate

1513

5.1

50

412

Zinc nitrate

1514

5.1

50

413

Zinc permanganate

1515

5.1

50

414

Zinc peroxide

1516

5.1

50

415

Acetone cyanohydrin, stabilized

1541

6.1

66

416

Alkaloidsoralcaloid salt, solid

1544

6.1

60

417

Alkaloidsoralcaloid salt, solid

1544

6.1

66

418

Allyl isothiocynate, limited

1545

6.1 + 3

639

419

Ammonium arsenate

1546

6.1

60

420

Aniline

1547

6.1

60

421

Aniline hydrochloride

1548

6.1

60

422

Antimony compound, inorganic, solid

1549

6.1

60

423

Antimony lactate

1550

6.1

60

424

Antiniony potassium tartrate

1551

6.1

60

425

Arsenic acid, in liquid form

1553

6.1

66

426

Arsenic acid, solid

1554

6.1

60

427

Arsenic bromide

1555

6.1

60

428

Arsenic compounds, liquid, inorganic (arsenates, arsenites and arsenic sulfide)

1556

6.1

60

429

Arsenic compounds, liquid, inorganic (arsenates, arsenites and arsenic sulfide)

1556

6.1

66

430

Arsenic compounds, solid, inorganic (arsenates, arsenites and arsenic sulfide)

1557

6.1

60

431

Arsenic compounds, solid, inorganic (arsenates, arsenites and arsenic sulfide)

1557

6.1

66

432

Arsenic

1558

6.1

60

433

Arsenic pentoxide

1559

6.1

60

434

Arsenic trichloride

1560

6.1

66

435

Arsenic trioxide

1561

6.1

60

436

Arsenical waste

1562

6.1

60

437

Barium compounds

1564

6.1

60

438

Barium cyanide

1565

6.1

66

439

Beryllium compounds

1566

6.1

60

440

Beryllium powder

1567

6.1 + 4.1

64

441

Bromoacetone

1569

6.1 + 3

63

442

Brucire

1570

6.1

66

443

Cacodylic acid

1572

6.1

60

444

Calcium arsenate

1573

6.1

60

445

Calcium arsenate and calcium arsenite mixture, solid

1574

6.1

60

446

Calcium cyanide

1575

6.1

66

447

Chlowdinitrobenzenes

1577

6.1

60

448

Chloronitrobenzenes

1578

6.1

60

449

4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride

1579

6.1

60

450

Chloropicrin

1580

6.1

66

451

Chloropicrin and methyl bromide mixture

1581

6.1

26

452

Chlompicrin and methyl chloride mixture

1582

6.1

26

453

Chloropicrin mixture

1583

6.1

66

454

Chloropicrin mixture

1583

6.1

60

455

Copper acetoarsenite

1585

6.1

60

456

Copper arsenite

1586

6.1

60

457

Copper cyanide

1587

6.1

60

458

Cyanides, inorganic, solid

1588

6.1

66

459

Cyanides, inorganic, solid

1588

6.1

60

460

Dichloroanilines

1590

6.1

60

461

o-Dichlorobenzene

1591

6.1

60

462

Dichloromethane

1593

6.1

60

463

Diethyl sulfate

1594

6.1

60

464

Dimethyl sulfate

1595

6.1 + 8

669

465

Dinitroanilines

1596

6.1

60

466

Dinitrobenzenes

1597

6.1

60

467

Dinitro - o - cresol

1598

6.1

60

468

Dinitrophenol solution

1599

6.1

60

469

Dinitrotoluenes, molten

1600

6.1

60

470

Disinfectant, solid, toxic

1601

6.1

60

471

Disinfectant, solid, toxic

1601

6.1

66

472

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

60

473

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

66

474

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

66

475

Dyes, liquid, toxic

1602

6.1

60

476

Ethyl bromoacetate

1603

6.1 + 3

63

477

Ethylenediamine

1604

8 + 3

83

478

Ethylene dibromide

1605

6.1

66

479

Iron arsenate

1606

6.1

60

480

Iron arsenite

1607

6.1

60

481

Iron arsenate

1608

6.1

60

482

Hexaethyl tetraphosphate

1611

6.1

60

483

Hexacthyl tetraphosphate and compressed air mixture

1612

6.1

26

484

Hydrogen cyanide, solution (Hydrocyanic acid)

1613

6.1 + 3

663

485

Lead acetate

1616

6.1

60

486

Lead arsenates

1617

6.1

60

487

Lead arsenites

1618

6.1

60

488

Lead cyanide

1620

6.1

60

489

London, purple

1621

6.1

60

490

Mercury arsenate

1622

6.1

60

491

Mercury arsenate

1623

6.1

60

492

Mercury chloride

1624

6.1

60

493

Mercury nitrate

1625

6.1

60

494

Potassium mercury cyanide

1626

6.1

66

495

Mercury nitrate

1627

6.1

60

496

Mercury acetate

1629

6.1

60

497

Mercury chloride ammonium

1630

6.1

60

498

Mercury benzoate

1631

6.1

60

499

Mercury bromide

1634

6.1

60

500

Mercury cyanide

1636

6.1

60

501

Mercury gluconate

1637

6.1

60

502

Mercury iodide

1638

6.1

60

503

Mercury nucleate

1639

6.1

60

504

Mercury oleate

1640

6.1

60

505

Mercury oxide

1641

6.1

60

506

Mercury oxycyanide, anesthetic

1642

6.1

60

507

Potassium mercury iodide

1643

6.1

60

508

Mercury salicylate

1644

6.1

60

509

Mercury sulphate

1645

6.1

60

510

Mercury thioeyanate

1646

6.1

60

511

Methyl bromide and ethylene dibromide mixture, liquid

1647

6.1

66

512

Acetonitrile (methyl cyanide)

1648

3

33

513

Machine fuel additive mixtures

1649

6.1

66

514

Beta-Naphthylamine

1650

6.1

60

515

Naphthylthiourea

1651

6.1

60

516

Naphthylurea

1652

6.1

60

517

Nickel cyanide

1653

6.1

60

518

Nicotine

1654

6.1

60

519

Nicotine compound or solid nicotine

1655

6.1

66

520

Nicotine compound or nicotine preparations, solid

1655

6.1

60

521

Nicotine hydrochloride or nicotine hydrochloride solution

1656

6.1

60

522

Nicotine salicylate

1657

6.1

60

523

Nicotine sulphate, solid

1658

6.1

60

524

Nicotine sulphate, solution

1658

6.1

60

525

Nicotine tartrate

1659

6.1

60

526

Nitroaniline (o-, m-, p-)

1661

6.1

60

527

Nitrobenzene

1662

6.1

60

528

Nitrophenols

1663

6.1

60

529

Nitrotoluenes (o-, m-, p-)

1664

6.1

60

530

Nitroxylenes (o-, m-, p-)

1665

6.1

60

531

Pentachlomethane

1669

6.1

60

532

Perchlommethyl mercaptan

1670

6.1

66

533

Phenol, solid

1671

6.1

60

534

Phenylcaitylamine chloride

1672

6.1

66

535

Phenylenediamines (o-, m-, p-)

1673

6.1

60

536

Phenylmercuric acetate

1674

6.1

60

537

Potassium arsenate

1677

6.1

60

538

Potassium arsenate

1678

6.1

60

539

Potassium cuprocyanide

1679

6.1

60

540

Potassium cyanide

1680

6.1

66

541

Silver arsenite

1683

6.1

60

542

Silver cyanide

1684

6.1

60

543

Sodium arsenate

1685

6.1

60

544

Sodium arsenite, solution

1686

6.1

60

545

Sodium cacodylate

1688

6.1

60

546

Sodium cyanide

1689

6.1

66

547

Sodium fluoride

1690

6.1

60

548

Strontium arsenite

1691

6.1

60

549

Strychnine or stychnine, salt

1692

6.1

66

550

Drop gas, liquid or solid

1693

6.1

66

551

Drop gas, liquid or solid

1693

6.1

60

552

Brombenzyl cyanides

1694

6.1

66

553

Chloroacetone, stabilized

1695

6.1 + 3 + 9

663

554

Chloracetophenone

1697

6.1

60

555

Diphenylamine chloroarsine

1698

6.1

66

556

Diphenylchloroanine

1699

6.1

66

557

Xylyl bromide

1701

6.1

60

558

1, 1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane

1702

6.1

60

559

Tetraethyl dithiopyrophosphate

1704

6.1

60

560

Thailium compound

1707

6.1

60

561

Toluidines

1708

6.1

60

562

2,4 - Toluylenediamine

1709

6.1

60

563

Trichloroethylene

1710

6.1

60

564

Xylidines

1711

6.1

60

565

Zinc arsenate

1712

6.1

60

566

Zinc arsenate and zinc arsenite mixture

1712

6.1

60

567

Zinc arsenite

1712

6.1

60

568

Zinc cyanide

1713

6.1

66

569

Acetic anhydride

1715

8 + 3

83

570

Acetyl bromide

1716

8

90

571

Acetyl chloride

1717

8+3

X338

572

Butyl acid phosphate

1718

8

80

573

Caustic alkali, liquid

1719

8

80

574

Allyl chlorofomate

1722

6.1 + 8 + 3

638

575

Allyl iodide

1723

3 + 9

338

576

Aliyltrichlorositane, stable

1724

8 + 3

X839

577

Aluminum bromide, anhydrous

1725

8

80

578

Aluminum chloride, anhydrous

1726

8

80

579

Ammonium hydrogendifluoride, solid

1727

8

80

580

Amyltrichlorosilane

1728

9

X80

581

Anisoyl chloride

1729

8

80

582

Antimony pentachloride, liquid

1730

8

X80

583

Antimony pentachloride, solution

1731

8

80

584

Antimony pentafluoride

1732

8 + 6.1

86

585

Antiniony trichloride

1733

8

80

586

Benzoyl chloride

1736

8

80

587

Benzyl bromide

1737

6.1 + 9

68

588

Benzyl chloride

1738

6.1 + 8

68

589

Benzyl chloroformate

1739

8

88

590

Hydrogendifluorides

1740

8

80

591

Boron trifluoride acectic acid

1742

8

80

592

Boron trifluoride propionic acid

1743

8

80

593

Bromine or bromine solution

1744

8 + 6. 1

886

594

Bromine pentafluoride

1745

5.1 + 6.1 + 8

568

595

Bromine trifluoride

1746

5.1 + 6.1 + 8

568

596

Butyltrichloosilane

1747

8 + 3

X83

597

Calcium hypochlorite, dry

1748

5. 1

50

598

Calcium hypochlorite, mixture, dry

1748

5.1

50

599

Chlorine trifluoride

1749

6.1 + 05 + 8

265

600

Chloroacetic acid solution

1750

6.1 + 8

68

601

Chloroacetic acid, solid

1751

6.1 + 8

68

602

Chloroacetyl chloride

1752

6.1 + 8

668

603

Chlorophenyltrichlorosilane

1753

8

X80

604

Chlorosulphonic acid

1754

8

X88

605

Chromic acid, solution

1755

8

80

606

Chromic fluoride, solid

1756

8

80

607

Chromic fluoride, solution

1757

8

80

608

Chromium oxychloride

1758

8

X88

609

Corrosive solid substances

1759

a

88

610

Corrosive solid substances

1759

a

50

611

Corrosive liquid substances

1760

8

88

612

Corrosive liquid substances

1760

8

80

613

Cupriethylenediamine, solution

1761

8 + 6.1

86

614

Cyclohexenyltrichlorosilane

1762

8

X80

615

Cyclohenyltrichlorosilane

1763

8

X80

616

Dichloroacetic acid

1764

8

80

617

Dichloroacetyl chloride

1765

8

X80

618

Dichlorophenyltrichlomsilane

1766

8

X80

619

Diethyldichlorosilane

1767

8 + 3

X83

620

Diflruorophosphoric acid, anhydrous

1768

8

80

621

Diphenyidichlorosilane

1769

8

X80

622

Diphenylmethyl bromide

1770

8

80

623

Dodecyltrichlorosilane

1771

8

X80

624

Feffic chloride, anhydrous

1773

8

80

625

Fluoroboric acid

1775

8

80

626

Fluorophosphoric acid, anhydrous

1776

1

80

627

Fluorosulphonic acid

1777

8

88

628

Fluorosilicic acid

1778

8

80

629

Formic acid

1779

8

80

630

Fumaryl chloride

1780

8

80

631

Hexadecyltrichlorosilane

1781

8

X80

632

Hexafluorophosphoric acid

1782

8

80

633

Hexamethylenediamine, solution

1783

8

80

634

Hexyltrichlorosilane

1784

8

X80

635

Hydriodic acid, solution

1787

8

80

636

Hydrochloric acid, solution

1788

8

80

637

Hydrochloric acid, solution

1789

8

80

638

Hydrofluoric acid solution containing between 60 and 85% of hydrogen fluoride

1790

8 + 6.1

886

639

Hydrofluoric acid solution containing less than 60% of hydrogen flouride

1790

8 + 6.1

86

640

Hydrofluoric acid solution containing more than 85% of hydrogen fluoride

1790

8 + 6.1

886

641

Hypochlorite solution

1791

8

80

642

Iodine monochloride

1792

8

80

643

Isopropyl acid phosphate

1793

8

80

644

Lead sulfate

1794

8

80

645

Hydrofluoric acid and sulfuric acid mixture

1796

8 + 6.1

886

646

Nitrating acid, mixture containing less than 50% of nitric acid

1796

8

80

647

Nitrating acid, mixture containing more than 50% of nitric acid

1796

8 + 05

885

648

Nonyltrichlorosilane

1799

8

X80

649

Octadecyltrichlorosilane

1800

8

x80

650

Octylirichlorosilane

1801

8

X80

651

Perchloric acid

1802

8

85

652

Phenolsulfonic acid, liquid

1803

8

80

653

Phenyltrichlorosilane

1804

8

X80

654

Phosphoric acid

1805

8

80

655

Phosphorus pentachloride

1806

8

80

656

Phosphorus pentoxide

1807

8

80

657

Phosphorus tribromide

1808

8

X80

658

Phosphorus trichloride

1809

6.1 + 8

668

659

Phosphorus oxychloride

1810

8

X80

660

Potassium hydrogendifluoride

1811

8 + 6 .1

86

661

Potassium fluoride

1812

6.1

60

662

Potassium hydroxide, solid

1813

8

80

663

Potassium hydroxide solution

1814

8

80

664

Propionyl chloride

1815

3 + 8

338

665

Popyltrichlorosilane

1816

8 + 3

X83

666

Pyrosulphuryl chloride

1817

8

X80

667

Silicon tetrachloride

1818

8

X80

668

Sodium aluminate, solution

1819

8

80

669

Sodium hydroxide, solid

1823

8

80

670

Sodium hydroxide, solution

1824

8

80

671

Sodium monoxide

1825

8

80

672

Nitrating acid mixture, used, containing more than 50% of nitric acid

1826

8

80

673

Nitrating acid mixture, used, containing less than 50% of nitric acid

1826

8 + 05

885

674

Stannic chloride, anhydrous

1827

8

X80

675

Sulfur chlorides

1828

8

X88

676

Sulfur trioxide, limited or sulfur trioxide, stablized

1829

8

X88

677

Sulfuric acid, containing more than 51% of acid

1830

8

50

678

Sulfuric acid, fumy

1831

8 + 6.1

X886

679

Sulfuric acid, used

1832

8

80

680

Sulfurous acid

1833

8

80

681

Sulfuryl chloride

1834

8

X88

682

Tetramethylammonium hydroxide

1835

8

80

683

Thionyl chloride

1836

8

X89

684

Thiophosphoryl chloride

1837

8

X80

685

Titanium tetrachloride

1838

8

X80

686

Trichloroacetic acid

1839

8

80

687

Zinc chloride solution

1840

8

80

688

Acetaldehyde ammonia

1841

8

90

689

Ammonium dinitro-o-crecolate

1843

9

60

690

Carbon tetrachloride

1846

6.1

60

691

Potassium sulfide, hydrated

1847

8

80

692

Propionic acid

1848

8

80

693

Sodium sulfide, hydrated

1849

8

80

694

Hexafluoropropylene (R 1216)

1858

2

20

695

Silicon tetrafluoride, compressed

1859

6.1 + 8

268

696

Vinyl fluoride, limited

1860

3

239

697

Ethyl crotonate

1862

3

33

698

Aircraft and turbine engine fuel

1863

3

30

699

Aircraft and turbine engine fuel

1863

3

33

700

Pine resin solution, flammable

1866

3

30

701

Pine resin solution, flammable

1866

3

33

702

Decaborane

1868

4.1 + 6.1

46

703

Magnesium

1869

4.1

40

704

Magnesium compounds

1869

4.1

40

705

Titanium hydride

1871

4.1

40

706

Dioxide

1872

5.1 + 6.1

56

707

Perchloric acid, between 50% and 72% of acid, by mass

1873

5.1 + 8

558

708

Benzidine

1885

6.1

60

709

Benzylidene chloride

1886

6.1

60

710

Chloroform

1889

6.1

60

711

Cyanogen bromide

1889

6.1 + 8

668

712

Ethyl bromide

1891

6.1

60

713

Ethyidichloarsine

1892

6.1

66

714

Barium oxide

1894

6.1

60

715

Phenylmercuric hydroxide

1894

6.1

60

716

Trifluoromethane (R 23)

1894

2

20

717

Phenylmercuric nitrate

1895

6.1

60

718

Tetrachlomethylene

1897

6.1

60

719

Acetyl iodide

1898

8

80

720

Diisooctyl acid phosphate

1902

8

80

721

Disinfectant, liquid, corrosive

1903

8

80

722

Disinfectant, liquid, corrosive

1903

8

88

723

Selenic acid

1905

8

98

724

Sludge acid

1906

8

80

725

Soda Iime

1907

8

80

726

Chlorite solution

1908

8

80

727

Methyl chloride and methylene chloride mixture

1912

3

23

728

Neon, refrigerated, liquid

1913

2

22

729

Butyl propionates

1914

3

30

730

Cyclohexanone

1915

3

30

731

2,2'-Dichlorodiethyl ether

1916

6.1 + 3

63

732

Ethyl arylate, limited

1917

3

339

733

Isoprolbenzene (Cumene)

1918

3

30

734

Methyl acrylate, limited

1919

1

339

735

Nonanes

1920

3

30

736

Propyleneimine, limited

1921

3 + 6.1

336

737

Pyrrolidine

1922

3 + 8

331

738

Calcium dithionite

1923

4.2

40

739

Methyl magnesium bromide in ethyl ether

1928

4.3 + 3

X323

740

Potassium dithionite

1929

4.2

40

741

Zinc dithionite

1931

9

90

742

Zirconium waste

1932

4.2

40

743

Cyanide solution

1935

6.1

66

744

Cyanide solution

1935

6.1

60

745

Bromoacetic acid

1938

8

80

746

Phosphorus oxygen bromide

1939

8

80

747

Thioglycolic acid

1940

a

80

748

Dibromodifluoromethane

1941

9

90

749

Ammonium nitrate

1942

5.1

50

750

Argon, refrigerated, liquid

1951

2

22

751

Poisons, liquid

1951

6.1

60

752

Ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide mixture, with less than 91% of ethylene oxide

1952

2

20

753

Compressed air, toxic, flammable

1953

6.1 + 3

263

754

Compressed air, toxic, flammable

1954

3

23

755

Compressed air, toxic

1955

6.1

26

756

Compressed air

1956

2

20

757

Deuterium, compressed

1957

3

23

758

1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2,2-totrafluoroethane(R 114)

1958

2

20

759

1,1-Difluorothylene (R 1132a)

1959

3

239

760

Ethane, refrigerated, liquid

1961

3

223

761

Ethyime, compressed

1962

3

23

762

Helium, refrigerated, liquid

1963

2

22

763

Hydrocarbon mixture, compressed

1964

3

23

764

Butane (trade name): See mixture A, AOI, A02, AO

1965

3

23

765

Hydrocarbon mixture, liquefied

1965

3

23

766

Mixture A, AO1, A02, AO, AI, B I, B2, B, C: see liquefied hydrocarbon mixture

1965

3

23

767

Propane (trade name): See mixture C

1965

3

23

768

Hydrocarbon, refrigerated, liquid

1966

3

223

769

Pesticide, gaseous, toxic

1967

6.1

26

770

Gaseous pesticide

1968

2

20

771

Isobutane

1969

3

23

772

Krypton, refrigerated, liquid

1970

2

22

773

Methane, compressed

1971

3

23

774

Natural gas, compressed

1971

3

23

775

Methane, refrigerated liquid

1972

3

223

776

Natural gas, refrigerated liquid

1972

3

223

777

Chlorodifluoromethane and chloropentafluoroethane mixture (R 502)

1973

2

20

778

Chlorodifluorobromomethane (R 12B 1)

1974

2

20

779

Octafluorocyclobutane (RC 318)

1976

2

20

780

Nitrogen, refrigerated liquid

1977

2

22

781

Propane

1978

3

23

782

Noble gas mixtures, compressed

1979

2

20

783

Noble gas mixtures and oxygen mixture, compressed

1980

2

20

784

Noble gas mixtures and nitrogen mixture, compressed

1981

2

20

785

Tetrafluoromethane (R 14), compressed

1982

2

20

786

I-Chloro-2,2,2-trifluoroethane (R 133a)

1983

2

20

787

Alcohol, flammable, toxic

1986

3 + 6.1

36

788

Alcohol, flammable, toxic

1986

3 + 6.1

336

789

Alcohol, flammable

1987

3

33

790

Alcohol, flammable

1987

3

30

791

Aldehydes, flammable, toxic

1988

3 + 6.1

336

792

Aldehydes, flammable, toxic

1988

3 + 6.1

36

793

Aldehydes, flammable

1989

3

33

794

Aldehydes, flammable

1989

3

30

795

Benzyldehyde

1990

9

90

796

Chloroprene, limited

1991

3 + 6.1

336

797

Flammable liquid, toxic

1992

3 + 6.1

336

798

Flammable liquid, toxic

1992

3 + 6.1

36

799

Flammable liquid

1993

3

33

800

Flammable liquid

1993

3

30

801

Iron pentacarbonyl

1994

6.1 + 3

663

802

Bromochloromethane

1997

6.1

60

803

Liquid tar

1999

3

30

804

Liquid tar

1999

3

33

805

Cobalt naphthenates, powder

2001

4.1

40

806

Metal alkyls, water-reactive or metal aryls, water-reactive

2003

4.2 + 4.3

X333

807

Magnesium diamide

2004

4.2

40

808

Magnesium diphenyl

2005

4.2 + 4.3

X333

809

Zirconium powder, dry

2008

4.2

40

810

Hydrogen peroxide, solution

2014

5.1 + 8

58

811

Hydogen peroxide, solution, stabilized

2015

5.1 + 8

559

812

Hydrogen peroxide, stabilized

2015

5.1 + 8

559

813

Chloroanilines, solid

2018

6.1

60

814

Chloroanilines, liquid

2019

6.1

60

815

Chlorophenols, solid

2020

6.1

60

816

Chlorophenols, liquid

2021

6.1

60

817

Cresylic acid

2022

6.1 +8

68

818

Epichlorohydrin

2023

6.1 + 3

63

819

Mercury compound, liquid

2024

6.1

66

820

Mercury compound, liquid

2024

6.1

60

821

Mercury compound, solid

2025

6.1

60

822

Mercury compound, solid

2025

6.1

66

823

Phenylmercuric compound

2026

6.1

66

824

Phenylmercuric compound

2026

6.1

60

825

Sodium arsenite, solid

2027

6.1

60

826

Hydrazine hydrate

2030

8 + 6.1

86

827

Hydrazine solution

2030

8 + 6.1

86

828

Nitric acid containing less than 70% of pure acid

2031

8

80

829

Nitric acid containing more than 70% of pure acid

2031

8 + 05

ass

830

Nitric acid, with red fume

2032

8 + 05 + 6.1

856

831

Potassium monoxide

2033

8

80

832

Hydrogen and methane mixture, compressed

2034

3

23

833

1,1.1 - Trifluoroethane (R 143 a)

2035

3

23

834

Xenon, compressed

2036

2

20

835

Dinitrotoluenes

2038

6.1

60

836

2,2-Dimethylpropane

2044

3

23

837

lsobutyraldehyde

2045

3

33

838

Cymnes (o-,m -,p-) (Methyl isopropyl benzenes)

2046

3

30

839

Dichloropropenes

2047

3

30

840

Dichloropropenes

2047

3

33

841

Dicyclopentadine

2048

3

30

842

Diethylbenzenes (o-,m,p-)

2049

3

30

843

Diisobutylene, isomeric compound

2050

3

33

844

2-Dimethylaminoethanol

2051

8 + 3

83

845

Dipentene

2052

3

30

846

Methyl isobutyl carbinol

2053

3

30

847

Morpholine

2054

3

30

848

Styrene monomer, limited (Vinylbenzene)

2055

3

39

849

Tetrahydrofuran

2056

3

33

850

Tripropylene

2057

3

30

851

Tripropylene

2057

3

33

852

Valeraldehyde

2058

3

33

853

Nitrocellulose solution, flammable

2059

3

30

854

Nitrocellulose solution, flammable

2059

3

33

855

Nitrate ammonium fertilizers, category AI

2067

5.1

50

856

Nitrate ammonium fertilizers, category A2

2068

5.1

50

857

Nitrate ammonium fertilizers, category A3

2069

5.1

50

858

Nitrate ammonium fertilizers, category A4

2070

5.1

50

859

Ammonia solution with between 35% and 40% of ammonia

2073

2

20

860

Ammonia solution with between 40% and 50% of ammonia

2073

2

20

861

Acrylamide

2074

6.1

60

862

Chlorad, anhydrous, limited

2075

6.1

60

863

Cresols (o-, m-, p-)

2076

6.1 + 8

68

864

Alpha-Naphthylamine

2077

6.1

60

865

Tolume diisocyanate

2078

6.1

60

866

Diethylenetriamine

2079

8

80

867

Carbon dioxide, refrigerated liquid

2187

2

22

868

Dichlorosilane

2189

6.1 + 05 + 9

263

869

Sulphuryl fluoride

2191

6.1

26

870

Hexafluoroethane (R 116), compressed

2193

2

20

871

Hydrogen iodide, anhydrous

2197

6.1 + 8

268

872

Propadiene, limited

2200

3

239

873

Nitrous oxide, liquefied

2201

2 + 05

225

874

Silane, compressed

2203

3

23

875

Carbonyl sulphide

2204

6.1 + 3

263

876

Adiponitrile

2205

6.1

60

877

Isocyanates solution, toxic

2206

6.1

60

878

Isocyanates, toxic

2206

6.1

60

879

Calcium hypochlorite mixture, dry

2208

5.1

50

880

Formaldehyde, solution

2209

8

50

881

Maneb

2210

4.2 + 4.3

40

882

Maneb preparations

2210

4.2 + 4.3

40

883

Polymeric granules, expanded

2211

-

90

884

Blue asbestos (Crocidolite)

2212

9

90

885

Brown asbestos (Amosite or Mysorite)

2212

9

90

886

Parafomaldehyde

2213

4.1

40

887

Phthalic anhydride

2214

8

80

888

Maleic anhydride

2215

8

80

889

Granular wheel

2217

4.2

40

890

Acrylic acid, limited

2218

8 + 3

839

891

Allyl glycidyl ether

2219

3

30

892

Anisole (phmyl methyl ether)

2222

3

30

893

Benzonitrile

2224

6.1