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1 Packing Instruction 602 Category A Substance. 2 Packing Instruction 650 Biological Substance, Category B.

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1 1 Packing Instruction 602 Category A Substance

2 2 Packing Instruction 650 Biological Substance, Category B

3 3 Packing Instruction 650 <30 mL of 10% formalin may be packed in each primary container containing infectious substances. 10% Formalin

4 4 Packing Instructions 904 Dry Ice

5 5 Comparison of Packing Instructions and Directions

6 6 Appropriate Packaging Materials Examples of Commercial Sources For Packing Materials anta.com/ anta.com/

7 7 Packaging Containers 1o1o 2o2o outer The smallest external dimension of the outer packaging must not be less than 100 mm x 100 mm (3.9 inches x 3.9 inches)

8 8 Packaging Options 1o1o 2o2o OUTER

9 9 1o1o 2o2o 1o1o 2o2o 1o1o 2o2o Packaging Options

10 10 1o1o1o1o 2o2o2o2o OUTER INSULATION Packaging Options Shipping with Ice and Dry Ice Place ice and dry ice OUTSIDE the secondary container.

11 11 RECEIVER Outer Container Labels & Markings DRY ICE UN 1845 ______ KG NET WT SENDER name & number of responsible person Proper Shipping Name UN ####, Quantity BiologicalSpecimen, Category B ALLMISC Bio Sub, Cat B Cat A UN3373 Exempt Human Specimen EXEMPTHUMANSPECIMEN

12 12 Class 6 Infectious Substance Label USA: Must Be CDC 800 Number!

13 13 Outer Container Labels UN 4G/CLASS 6.2/02 CAN/8-2 AIRCARGO Outer packaging used to ship a Cat A substance must have a UN label like this. The label must be printed by the manufacturer.

14 14 UN 4G/CLASS 6.2/02 CAN/8-2 AIRCARGO UN Certification Type of Package PackagingMaterial Dangerous Goods Class Year of Manufacture Country Authorizing Use Manufacturer

15 15 Labels and Markings on Outer Container Exempt Human Specimen or Exempt Animal Specimen name & number of responsible person Sender Receiver Exempt Human Specimen Follow Exempt Human Specimen Directions

16 16 Labels and Markings on Outer Container DRY ICE, UN KG NET WT Biological Substance, Category B UN3373 name & number of person responsible for the 6.2 shipment Sender Receiver Follow Packing Instructions 650 Biological Specimen, Category B

17 17 DRY ICE, UN KG NET WT name & number of person responsible for the 6.2 shipment Sender Receiver Labels and Markings on Outer Container 4G/CLASS 6.2/2004 CAN/8-2 AIRPACK UN Infectious Substance, Category A Infectious Substance, Affecting Humans or Infectious Substance Affecting Animals UN Number, & Quantity Follow Packing Instructions 602

18 18 Shipping with Dry Ice NEVER TIGHTLY SEAL A CONTAINER WHICH CONTAINS DRY ICE! NEVER! Dry ice is a CLASS 9 dangerous good. Dry ice is a CLASS 9 dangerous good. ALWAYS vent outer package! ALWAYS vent outer package! Package must be marked and labeled. Package must be marked and labeled. DRY ICE UN KG NET WT and

19 19 ALL shipments of Category A substances MUST be documented on this form. Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods


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