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Document ID (ISN)100100
CIS number 02-1047
ISBN(s) 92-1-139075-3 (En); 92-1-239071-4 (fr)
Year 2001
Convention or series no. ECE/TRANS/150
Title European agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by inland waterways (ADN) [United Nations]
Original title Evropejskoe soglašenie o meždunarodnoj perevozke opasnyh gruzov po vnutrennim vodnym putjam (VOPOG) [in Russian]
Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par voies de navigation intérieures (ADN) [Nations Unies] [in French]
Bibliographic information United Nations Publications, 1221 Genève 10, Switzerland, 2001. xxvii, 392p. Illus.
Abstract The European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN) was adopted in 25 May 2000. It was elaborated jointly by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Central Commission for the Navigation on the Rhine (CCNR). This publication includes the text of the Final Act of the Conference, the Resolution adopted by the Conference, the Agreement itself and the annexed Regulations. Annexes cover the provisions concerning dangerous substances and articles, the carriage of dangerous goods in packages in bulk and in tank vessels, the requirements and procedures concerning inspections and certification, general transitional provisions and transitional provisions applicable to specific inland waterways.
Descriptors (primary) dangerous substances; major hazards; inland water transport; UN
Descriptors (secondary) packing, filling; earthing; electricity; harmful substances; tankers; transport of materials; labelling; bulk liquid containers; loading and unloading; list of chemical substances; warning notices; hazard identification; international agreements; conference; directive; corrosive substances
Document type A - Laws, regulations, directives
Country / State or ProvinceUN
Subject(s) Standards and directives with the force of law
Broad subject area(s) Fires, explosions and major hazards
Browse category(ies) Water transportation
Major hazards