The text in this column closely matches the information in Column 4 of the Hazardous Materials Table in 49 CFR 172 101 Column d Lists the DOT Packing Group PG assignment for the hazardous material Not all hazard classes have DOT Packing Group assignments If the chemical name is not listed then a generic hazard class flammable liquid corrosive solid poisonous liquid etc may be used Once the proper shipping name has been identified the columns to the right on the Hazardous Materials Table provide the hazard class division packaging requirements and exemptions for the material 1 Look up the UN number in the 49 CFR 172 101 table or ICAO TI Table 1 3 2 Scroll to page 3 of this guide and click on the icon corresponding to how you plan to ship your hazardous materials i e limited quantities excepted quantities cargo or passenger aircraft 3 Click Maximum authorized net This is reflected in the quot packing group quot PG which is found in column 4 of table A The head of column 4 in turn directs you to the relevant part of ADR in this case 2 1 1 3 Where a substance has been classified from quot first principles quot its PG will be determined by its properties for example ADR 2 2 3 1 3 shows how flammable liquids are Packing group Labels Special provisions Limited and excepted quantities Packaging Portable tanks and bulk containers ADR tank Vehicle for tank carriage Transport category Special provisions for carriage Hazard identification No 3 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 5 2 2 3 3 3 4 3 5 1 2 Packing instructions 4 1 4 Special packing provisions 4 1 4

FLAMMABLE Placard 454 kg 1 001 lb or more gross weight of flammable liquid See DANGEROUS CLASS 3 GASOLINE May be used in the place of FLAMMABLE on a placard displayed on a cargo tank or a portable tank being used to transport gasoline by highway See 167 172 542 c CLASS 3 COMBUSTIBLE Placard a combustible liquid when transported in bulk The plus sign fixes the proper shipping name hazard class and packing group listed in Columns 2 3 and 5 of the HMT Fixes means you may not change the proper shipping name hazard class or packing group even if the materials do not meet that hazard class definition use the Solid Liquid Table in 172 101 i 4 to determine Oct 10 2021 nbsp 0183 32 Use the shipping name and its corresponding data UN number class packing group category in Schedule 1 to assign the classification to the dangerous good For example UN1993 FLAMMABLE LIQUID N O S Class 3 Packing Group III c The laboratory test results show the product falls into more than one class or packing group See Section 2 5 Flammable or combustible liquids shall be stored in tanks or closed containers OSHA 29 CFR 1910 106 a 9 Closed container shall mean a container as herein defined so sealed by means of a lid or other device that neither liquid or vapor will escape from it at ordinary temperatures Chemicals in GHS Flammable Liquid Category 4 unlike other flammable liquids do not ordinarily give rise to flammable vapours unless they are heated This means they are less likely to ignite but will provide fuel for a fire if one starts EXPERT HELP The assessment of hazardous areas is a complex process that needs specialist knowledge

Chemicals in GHS Flammable Liquid Category 4 unlike other flammable liquids do not ordinarily give rise to flammable vapours unless they are heated This means they are less likely to ignite but will provide fuel for a fire if one starts EXPERT HELP The assessment of hazardous areas is a complex process that needs specialist knowledge Flammable liquids Packing Group II and Packing Group III only Class 5 Division 5 1 Class 8 Corrosive substances liquid or solid restricted to items from customers on the Dangerous Goods Master List Division 5 1 products must in Packing Group II amp III must not exceed 500 grams to be accepted by Australia Post Determination of classification of flammable liquids For this table if a flammable liquid category 4 is used handled or stored in the same spill compound as one or more flammable liquids of categories 1 2 or 3 the total quantity of flammable liquids categories 1 2 or 3 must be determined as if the flammable liquid category 4 had the same Divisions Class 3 Flammable Liquids A flammable liquid is a liquid having a flash point of not more than 60 176 C 140 176 F or any material in a liquid phase with a flash point at or above 37 8 176 C 100 176 F that is intentionally heated and offered for transportation or transported at or above its flash point in a bulk packaging The following exceptions apply LD 50 Lethal Dose 50 49CFR 173 132 b LD 50 for acute oral toxicity means that dose of the material administered to both male and female young adult albino rats which causes death within 14 days in half the animals tested The number of animals tested must be sufficient to give statistically valid results and be in conformity with good pharmacological practices

Packing Groups I II and III indicate the degree of danger presented by the material is great medium or minor respectively If more than one packing group is indicated for an entry the packing group for the hazardous material is determined using the criteria for assignment of packing groups specified in PACKING GROUP 4 LABEL S REQUIRED OR SPECIAL PERMIT OR EXCEPTION 5 SPECIAL PERMIT OR 173 13 6 GROUND UPS Chemical Table 49 CFR Version Ground and Air Packages Adhesives containing a flammable liquid 3 UN1133 III FLAMMABLE LIQUID YESSubstance information for UN 1325 Flammable solids organic n o s based on the Hazardous Materials Table Title 49 CFR 172 101 to assist in preparing a risk assessment for loading transporting and storing hazardous materials Class 8 Packing Group III maximum aggregate quantity – 1L Class 3 Packing Group I maximum aggregate quantity – 300 mL Lowest permitted maximum aggregate quantity 300 mL 40 small inner packagings each contain 25 mL of Class 8 PG III liquid For an aggregate quantity of 1 L 10 small inner packagings each contain 30 mL of Class 3 PG I Oct 10 2021 nbsp 0183 32 Use the shipping name and its corresponding data UN number class packing group category in Schedule 1 to assign the classification to the dangerous good For example UN1993 FLAMMABLE LIQUID N O S Class 3 Packing Group III c The laboratory test results show the product falls into more than one class or packing group See Section 2 5

For purposes of this table gasoline and other flammable liquid motor fuels are classified as a shall be limited by Section 2706 of the New York City Fire Code for non production laboratories classified as Occupancy Group B For storage of flammable and combustible liquids in Baled cotton with a packing density of at least 22 liquid that is flammable hazardous or corrosive Sudden release of pressure contact with hazardous liquid fire or explosion which might result in personal injury or property damage can occur if a displacer that is retaining pressure or process liquid is punctured subjected to heat or repaired Handle the displacer with care The plus sign fixes the proper shipping name hazard class and packing group listed in Columns 2 3 and 5 of the HMT Fixes means you may not change the proper shipping name hazard class or packing group even if the materials do not meet that hazard class definition use the Solid Liquid Table in 172 101 i 4 to determine Working safely with hazardous chemicals requires proper use of laboratory equipment Maintenance and regular inspection of laboratory equipment are essential parts of this activity Many of the accidents that occur in the laboratory can be attributed to improper use or maintenance of laboratory equipment This chapter discusses prudent practices for handling equipment used frequently in Class 8 Packing Group III maximum aggregate quantity – 1L Class 3 Packing Group I maximum aggregate quantity – 300 mL Lowest permitted maximum aggregate quantity 300 mL 40 small inner packagings each contain 25 mL of Class 8 PG III liquid For an aggregate quantity of 1 L 10 small inner packagings each contain 30 mL of Class 3 PG I