Dangerous Goods. You warrant that the Goods do not include any firearms or goods which are or may become of a dangerous, corrosive, highly combustible, explosive, damaging or noxious nature nor likely to encourage any vermin or pest unless You have disclosed to Us in writing the presence and nature of any such items prior to them being made available to Us for loading or storage. We may refuse to remove or store such items. If We discover any article or substance of this nature after the Goods have been received by Us, We may take any reasonable action, including destruction or disposal, as We may think fit without incurring any liability to You.
Dangerous Goods. 11.1 Merchant may not tender goods of a dangerous nature without written application to Carrier and Xxxxxxx's acceptance of the same. In the application, Merchant must identify the nature of the goods with reasonable specificity as well as the names and addresses of the shippers and consignees.
Dangerous Goods. 62.01 An employee certified pursuant to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and who is assigned the responsibility for packaging and labelling of dangerous goods for shipping in accordance with the above Act, shall receive a monthly daily allowance of seventy-five dollars ($75) three dollars and fifty cents ($3.50) for each day during any month in which he or she is required to package and label dangerous goods for shipping, to a maximum of seventy-five dollars ($75) in a month and where the employee maintains such certification. APPENDIX I
Dangerous Goods. 48.1 An employee certified pursuant to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and who is assigned the responsibility for packaging and labeling of Dangerous Goods for shipping in accordance with the above Act, shall receive a monthly allowance of seventy-five dollars ($75.00) for each month where the employee maintains such certification.
Dangerous Goods. Dangerous goods are articles or substances which are capable of posing a risks to health, safety, property or the environment and which are shown in the list of dangerous goods in the IATA Regulations or which are classified according to the IATA Regulations and Aircraft act (Carriage of Dangerous goods) Air Rules 2003.
Dangerous Goods. 8.2.1 Dangerous Goods shall not be brought onto the Facility or dealt with at any Terminal unless and until a declaration by the Train Operator in writing shall have been given to ABP of their nature and quantity, including details of special handling requirements in the event of an emergency, and ABP’s consent shall have been first obtained, and then only upon such terms and conditions as ABP acting reasonably may require, or as may be prescribed in ABP’s bye-laws or by or under statute.