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UN38.3 Transportation Appraisal Service Training
When cargo is transported by air, water, road, or railway, in order to ensure safety, it is necessary to understand the danger of cargo transportation. The appraisal of cargo transportation conditions is based on the regulations and standards related to the transportation of dangerous goods.
The main legal basis for the identification of cargo transportation conditions is the United Nations "Recommendation on the Transport of Dangerous Goods", which is divided into two parts, the "Model Regulations" and the "Test and Standard Manual". Lithium ion batteries, which are often involved in consumer products, are classified in the 9th category of dangerous goods in the "Model Regulations". UN codes are UN3480 (lithium ion batteries) and UN3481 (lithium ion batteries contained in equipment or packaged with equipment Lithium-ion battery). The "Test and Standards Manual" section 38.3 specifies the lithium battery test standards, test methods and procedures, and in the "Model Regulations", various packaging terms containing batteries are specified. The rules formulated by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and the International Maritime Organization (IMDG) all cited the classification methods and test requirements of the above-mentioned regulations for lithium batteries, and on this basis, it is clear that lithium batteries are contained Product packaging requirements.
Because lithium batteries actually need to meet the requirements of Chapter 38.3 of the "Test and Standards Manual" and meet the packaging requirements of IATA and IMDG during transportation, Ankejie can provide companies with UN38.3 certification.