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Road Traffic (Carriage of Dangerous Substances in Road Tankers and Tank Containers) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1992

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Information to be shown on labels

10.  The following information shall be shown on each label—

(a)if the substance is listed in Column 1 of Part I of the approved list—

(i)in space (1), the substance identification number for that substance and (if desired) the name of the substance given in the said Column 1 or its trade name, and

(ii)in space (2), the sign shown in Column 3 of Part I of Schedule 1 which adjoins such description set out in Column 2 of that Part as corresponds with the classification of the substance (the sign to comply with the specifications contained in Part Ill of Schedule 1); except that, until 1st January 1993, in the case of a dangerous substance whose classification is “other dangerous substance”, the sign shown in Part II of Schedule 1 may be used (the sign to comply with the specifications contained in Part IV of Schedule 1);

(b)if the substance is not listed in Column 1 of Part I of the approved list—

(i)in space (1), an internationally-recognised chemical name for it, its accepted common name or its trade name; and the words “hot liquid” where the substance is being carried at a temperature in excess of 100°C, and the words “above FP” where the substance is being carried above its flash point, and

(ii)in space (2), the sign shown in Column 3 of Part I of Schedule 1 which adjoins the classification of the substance (the sign to comply with the specifications contained in Part Ill of Schedule 1); except that, until 1st January 1993, in the case of a dangerous substance whose classification is “other dangerous substance”, the sign shown in Part II of Schedule 1 may be used (the sign to comply with the specifications contained in Part IV of Schedule 1); and

(c)where all the substances being carried bear the same classification, space (2) (if included in the label) may be left blank.

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