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1 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 1 Incidents, Accidents & the Use of the Certified Report Procès Verbal de Constat A step by step guide

2 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 2 The TIR Carnet Certified Report remains in the TIR Carnet Filled in by competent authority (Customs, police etc)in the event of any incident which may compromise the TIR Operation Seals broken Accident Serious damage to vehicle Destruction or loss of goods Theft of goods (Reservation at time of unloading) Certified Report remains in the TIR Carnet Filled in by competent authority (Customs, police etc)in the event of any incident which may compromise the TIR Operation Seals broken Accident Serious damage to vehicle Destruction or loss of goods Theft of goods (Reservation at time of unloading)

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4 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 4 Filling in the TIR Carnet Field 1 Enter Customs office of departure If more than one office, enter all Customs offices of departure Same as box 2 on yellow manifest and vouchers Field 1 Enter Customs office of departure If more than one office, enter all Customs offices of departure Same as box 2 on yellow manifest and vouchers 1. Bureau(x) de douane de départ Customs Office(s) of departure

5 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 5 2.CARNET NUMBER & 3.Name of international organisation (IRU) Fields 2 and 3 Already filled in Fields 2 and 3 Already filled in

6 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 6 4.Registration number(s) of road vehicles or ID number(s) of container(s) Field 4 Check if same as boxes 8 and 10 on Cover of TIR Carnet Field 4 Check if same as boxes 8 and 10 on Cover of TIR Carnet

7 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 7 5. Titulaire Holder Field 5 Enter the full name and address of the TIR Carnet Holder Normally already filled in, same as box 3 on TIR Carnet cover page Field 5 Enter the full name and address of the TIR Carnet Holder Normally already filled in, same as box 3 on TIR Carnet cover page

8 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 8 Field 6 Indicates that the seals are OK, unbroken Field 6 Indicates that the seals are OK, unbroken 6. Customs seal(s) is/are intactnot intact

9 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 9 7. The load compartment(s) is/are Field 7 Indicates that the load compartment has been breached or damaged Field 7 Indicates that the load compartment has been breached or damaged intact not intact

10 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 10 Field 8 Enter any useful comment or detail Field 8 Enter any useful comment or detail 8.Remarks

11 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 11 9.No goods appear to be missing or The goods described in boxes 10 to 13 are missing (M) or destroyed (D) as shown in box 12 Field 9 In this case, some goods have been destroyed Field 9 In this case, some goods have been destroyed

12 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 12 Field 10 Details of any missing or destroyed packages Field 10 Details of any missing or destroyed packages 10 a) Load compartment or container number b) Marks & numbers of the packages or objects

13 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 13 Field 11 Details of any missing or destroyed packages Field 11 Details of any missing or destroyed packages 11.Number and type of packages or objects: goods description

14 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page M or D Field 12 Details of any missing or destroyed packages Enter M for missing goods or D for destroyed goods Field 12 Details of any missing or destroyed packages Enter M for missing goods or D for destroyed goods

15 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 15 Field 13 Details of any missing or destroyed packages Field 13 Details of any missing or destroyed packages 13.Remarks (indicate in particular the quantities missing or destroyed)

16 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 16 Field Date, place and circumstances of accident

17 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page Measures taken to allow the TIR operation to continue new seal(s) affixed (to current vehicle) number type…….…. transfer of goods to another means of transport Other Field 15

18 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 18 Field 16 Field a) - Registration number of vehicle - # of approval certificate, if any - # & type of seals affixed 16b) - Identification number of container(s) - # of approval certificate, if any - # & type of seals affixed 16.If the goods have been transferred to another means of transport: enter the details of the new vehicle(s) or container(s)

19 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 19 Field 17 Police, Customs, etc Field 17 Police, Customs, etc 17.Authority having drawn up this certified report Place, date, stamp & signature

20 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 20 Field 18 The TIR Holder must report to the nearest Customs office for validation, Customs then make the required changes to the TIR Carnet Field 18 The TIR Holder must report to the nearest Customs office for validation, Customs then make the required changes to the TIR Carnet 18.Stamp & signature of next Customs office where TIR transport arrives

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22 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 22 What if ? Irregularities in goods manifest ? The Customs seals found to be intact Minor discrepancy between the indication in the Goods Manifest and the real transported consignment Irregularities in goods manifest ? The Customs seals found to be intact Minor discrepancy between the indication in the Goods Manifest and the real transported consignment no irregularity occurred

23 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 23 What if ? Illegal transport of prohibited goods, smuggling? The illicit goods are confiscated National legislation applied: legal procedures against the driver/TIR Holder Valid goods can continue under the TIR Carnet No Customs debt incurred in relation to the confiscated goods Illegal transport of prohibited goods, smuggling? The illicit goods are confiscated National legislation applied: legal procedures against the driver/TIR Holder Valid goods can continue under the TIR Carnet No Customs debt incurred in relation to the confiscated goods Customs fill in the Certified Report ( Procès Verbal de Constat )

24 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 24 What if ? Accident: The vehicle is damaged with minor defects ? the state of the vehicle is examined no risk of smuggling Customs decide to authorise the continued use of the vehicle no other irregularity is revealed Accident: The vehicle is damaged with minor defects ? the state of the vehicle is examined no risk of smuggling Customs decide to authorise the continued use of the vehicle no other irregularity is revealed No need to fill in the Certified Report

25 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 25 What if ? Accident and the vehicle is damaged with major defects? The certificate of approval is endorsed, specifying any major defect Customs may decide to allow the continuation of the vehicle / TIR Transport under security precautions Customs may refuse the TIR Transport until the vehicle is repaired Accident and the vehicle is damaged with major defects? The certificate of approval is endorsed, specifying any major defect Customs may decide to allow the continuation of the vehicle / TIR Transport under security precautions Customs may refuse the TIR Transport until the vehicle is repaired Customs fill in the Certified Report (Procès Verbal de Constat )

26 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 26 What if ? Accident: all the goods are destroyed or irrecoverably lost? Customs verify that the goods are destroyed Customs terminate the TIR operation Customs send SafeTIR information No Customs debt incurred in relation to the destroyed goods Accident: all the goods are destroyed or irrecoverably lost? Customs verify that the goods are destroyed Customs terminate the TIR operation Customs send SafeTIR information No Customs debt incurred in relation to the destroyed goods Customs fill in the Certified Report (Procès Verbal de Constat )

27 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 27 What if ? Accident: part of the goods are destroyed or irrecoverably lost? Accident: part of the goods are destroyed or irrecoverably lost? Customs verify that the goods are destroyedCustoms verify that the goods are destroyed The state of the vehicle is examinedThe state of the vehicle is examined The TIR operation is continued under the conditions decided by Customs (other vehicle, Holder, TIR Carnet?)The TIR operation is continued under the conditions decided by Customs (other vehicle, Holder, TIR Carnet?) Customs amend the manifest, seal, and vehicle details on the remaining vouchers in the TIR CarnetCustoms amend the manifest, seal, and vehicle details on the remaining vouchers in the TIR Carnet No Customs debt incurred in relation to the destroyed goodsNo Customs debt incurred in relation to the destroyed goods Accident: part of the goods are destroyed or irrecoverably lost? Accident: part of the goods are destroyed or irrecoverably lost? Customs verify that the goods are destroyedCustoms verify that the goods are destroyed The state of the vehicle is examinedThe state of the vehicle is examined The TIR operation is continued under the conditions decided by Customs (other vehicle, Holder, TIR Carnet?)The TIR operation is continued under the conditions decided by Customs (other vehicle, Holder, TIR Carnet?) Customs amend the manifest, seal, and vehicle details on the remaining vouchers in the TIR CarnetCustoms amend the manifest, seal, and vehicle details on the remaining vouchers in the TIR Carnet No Customs debt incurred in relation to the destroyed goodsNo Customs debt incurred in relation to the destroyed goods Customs fill in the Certified Report (Procès Verbal de Constat )

28 © International Road Transport Union (IRU) 2007 Page 28 What if ? Theft: goods are stolen ? Customs verify that goods were stolen from Police report etc. The remaining goods are listed The state of the vehicle is examined - The goods continue the TIR operation on the same vehicle, with new seals affixed - The TIR operation is continued on a different vehicle, the goods being reloaded and sealed - Customs amend the goods manifest on remaining vouchers Theft: goods are stolen ? Customs verify that goods were stolen from Police report etc. The remaining goods are listed The state of the vehicle is examined - The goods continue the TIR operation on the same vehicle, with new seals affixed - The TIR operation is continued on a different vehicle, the goods being reloaded and sealed - Customs amend the goods manifest on remaining vouchers Customs fill in the Certified Report (Procès Verbal de Constat )

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