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ADR 2025 1.8.3: Proposta modifica esenzione nomina consulente ADR

ADR 2025 1.8.3: Proposta modifica esenzione nomina consulente ADR

15.11.2022 / Report completo atteso - Documento di lavoro (INF DOC) allegato EN

In discussione, al meeting del WP.15 112th sessione 8-11 November 2022, proposta di modifica (Regno Unito) relativa all'esenzione dalla nomina di un consulente per la sicurezza.
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Exemption from appointing a safety adviser – ADR/RID 1.8.3.2 (b)

Transmitted by the Government of the United Kingdom Introduction and justification

1. Provision 1.8.3.1 within ADR and RID requires the following participants – consignors, carriers, packers, fillers, loaders and unloaders – to appoint a safety adviser.

2. In the context of consignors, transitional measure 1.6.1.44 within ADR and RID, requires “undertakings which participate in the carriage of dangerous goods only as consignors and who did not have to appoint a safety adviser on the basis of the provisions applicable until 31 December 2018 [to]… appoint a safety adviser”.

This transitional period ends on 31 December 2022.

3. However, the exemption from appointing a safety adviser within 1.8.3.2 (b) only covers the following participants: carriers, packers, fillers, loaders and unloaders. To note, this exemption does not currently include consignors.

4. To bring consistency to the applicability of exemption 1.8.3.2 (b) for all participants involved in carriage of dangerous goods, this exemption should also be afforded to consignors.

5. This informal document seeks to initiate a timely discussion on this issue at the Joint Meeting before the end of transitional measure 1.6.1.44, and to gauge support for the following proposed amendments to 1.8.3.3 (b) within ADR and RID, with an aim to bring a formal proposal to the next session.
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ADR è l’accordo internazionale per il trasporto di merci pericolose su strada, acronimo di “Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road”. L'Accordo è stato sottoscritto a Ginevra il 30 settembre 1957 sotto gli auspici della Commissione economica delle Nazioni Unite per l'Europa, ed è entrato in vigore il 29 gennaio 1968. Con il D.Lgs. 40/2000 (GU n. 52 del 03.03.2000) è stata istituita la figura del Consulente per la sicurezza dei trasporti di merci pericolose (Consulente ADR). Il D.Lgs. 40/2000 è stato poi abrogato dal D.Lgs. 35/2010.


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