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7 - II: N/A: B 7 - III: Any Quantity: B O Key The absence of any hazard class or division or a blank space in the table indicates that no restrictions apply. X: These materials may not be loaded, transported, or stored together in the same transport vehicle or storage facility during the course of transportation. Radioactive Yellow-II and Yellow-III Labels The Radioactive Yellow-II label is used on packages which have a maximum dose rate of .5 mSv/hr (50 mR/hr) on any exterior surface. The Radioactive Yellow-III label is used on packages with a maximum dose rate of 2 mSv/hr (200 mR/hr) on their exterior surfaces. A CNSC licence to transport Category I, II or III nuclear material is required to transport material that is defined in section 1 of the Nuclear Security Regulations (PDF), such as plutonium, various grades of unirradiated uranium-235 and irradiated fuels consisting of depleted or natural uranium, thorium or low-enriched fuel.

3. Technical specifications for plants. 4. Technical specifications for animals. 4.1, List of taxa. 4.1.1  26 Jan 2004 III. REGULATIONS AND HISTORICAL LEGISLATION . of label used; the transport index of each package (Yellow II and Yellow III); shipper's  Transport index; ii. Radiation dose rate limits; iii. Contamination limits; iv. Activity limits; v. Exclusive use shipments  1 Jul 2009 classified as II-Yellow or III-Yellow indicate a package's Transport Index (see. Section 2.5). Note: Under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods  9.2 – Hazardous Materials Transportation—Who Does What packages Radioactive II or Radioactive III, and prints the package's transport index on the label. radiation devices. This includes individuals who transport nuclear substances and radiation Category II-Yellow. Category III-Yellow. Dose rate The transport index for a package is the maximum radiation dose rate in microsieverts per hour. 26 Dec 2019 § 173.403 Section § 173.403 Transportation Other Regulations sum of the criticality safety indices of all the fissile material packages contained (ii) “ Industrial package Type 2 (Type IP-2); or (iii) “Industrial package Type 

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how to appropriately determine a Transport Index (TI). Who needs to Table 3, the package could not be transported with II-Yellow labels, and instead III-Yellow. 17 Aug 2017 For a package with a yellow “Radioactive II” label, the TI must not exceed 0.01 mSv h-1, and packages with a yellow “Radioactive III” label have  D.O.T. Radioactive III Label for Transportation of Hazardous Materials. This D.O.T. Radioactive II paper label clearly identifies potential hazards like Uranium or Plutonium in a familiar White-I and Yellow-III also specify the transport index. Alternatively, the values of A1 and A2 in Table II of Schedule 36 may be used without (b)No package of fissile material for which the transport index for nuclear 3. The radiation level at any point of the external surface of the package shall  The transport of radioactive substances within NSW is governed by the Radiation Control. Regulation category II and III, the transport index. The category  category I-WHITE, II-YELLOW or III-YELLOW in accordance with the conditions specified in Table XII and with the following requirements: 1) The Transport Index   (ii) Type B(U) packages containing radioactive material with an activity greater (iii) packages containing 0.1 kg or more of uranium hexafluoride; The transport index (TI) for a package, overpack or freight container, or for unpackaged.

how to appropriately determine a Transport Index (TI). Who needs to Table 3, the package could not be transported with II-Yellow labels, and instead III-Yellow.

6 Nov 2015 DETERMINATION OF TRANSPORT INDEX. 521. The TI for a package, overpack or (ii) 0.3 mSv/h for chemical concentrates of thorium;. (iii) 0.02 mSv/h for chemical concentrates of uranium, other than uranium hexafluoride. “Type B” packages, “Industrial Packages I, II, III”, and packages for “Fissile The transport index is the maximum radiation level in microsieverts per hour at one  ACTIVITY ______. RADIOACTIVE II. RADIOACTIVE III. CONTENTS ______. CONTENTS ______. ACTIVITY ______. ACTIVITY ______. TRANSPORT INDEX . how to appropriately determine a Transport Index (TI). Who needs to Table 3, the package could not be transported with II-Yellow labels, and instead III-Yellow.

D.O.T. Radioactive III Label for Transportation of Hazardous Materials. This D.O.T. Radioactive II paper label clearly identifies potential hazards like Uranium or Plutonium in a familiar White-I and Yellow-III also specify the transport index.

Radioactive Yellow-II and Yellow-III Labels The Radioactive Yellow-II label is used on packages which have a maximum dose rate of .5 mSv/hr (50 mR/hr) on any exterior surface. The Radioactive Yellow-III label is used on packages with a maximum dose rate of 2 mSv/hr (200 mR/hr) on their exterior surfaces. A CNSC licence to transport Category I, II or III nuclear material is required to transport material that is defined in section 1 of the Nuclear Security Regulations (PDF), such as plutonium, various grades of unirradiated uranium-235 and irradiated fuels consisting of depleted or natural uranium, thorium or low-enriched fuel. Most of the tissues and organs in our body are well equipped with diverse and various DMEs including phase I, phase II metabolizing enzymes and phase III transporters, which are present in abundance either at the basal unstimulated level, and/or are inducible at elevated level after exposure to xenobiotics. (ii) Natural uranium, depleted uranium, natural thorium or their compounds or mixtures, provided they are unirradiated and in solid or liquid form; or (iii) The transport index is determined by multiplying the maximum radiation level in millisieverts (mSv) per hour at 1 m

Guideline NORM 4.3 Controlling NORM Transport of NORM. Index. 29 iv You will find the transport index written on the Yellow Category II or Category III label.

6 Nov 2015 DETERMINATION OF TRANSPORT INDEX. 521. The TI for a package, overpack or (ii) 0.3 mSv/h for chemical concentrates of thorium;. (iii) 0.02 mSv/h for chemical concentrates of uranium, other than uranium hexafluoride. “Type B” packages, “Industrial Packages I, II, III”, and packages for “Fissile The transport index is the maximum radiation level in microsieverts per hour at one  ACTIVITY ______. RADIOACTIVE II. RADIOACTIVE III. CONTENTS ______. CONTENTS ______. ACTIVITY ______. ACTIVITY ______. TRANSPORT INDEX . how to appropriately determine a Transport Index (TI). Who needs to Table 3, the package could not be transported with II-Yellow labels, and instead III-Yellow.

For example, a package with a transport index of 0.8 and a maximum surface 0.6 millisievert (60 millirems) per hour must bear a RADIOACTIVE YELLOW-III label. (0.5 mrem/h) but less than or equal to 0.5 mSv/h (50 mrem/h), YELLOW-II . The transport index is determined by the shipper that helps provide control over radiation exposure and establish transport controls. Only Radioactive Yellow-II and Radioactive Yellow-III labels must show the transport index. Radioactive Yellow-II label can be used for up to 1.0 mrem/hr @1 meter. The information is a number called the Transport Index (TI), which, in reality, is the highest radiation level at 1 meter from the surface of the package. The three labels are commonly called White I, Yellow II, and Yellow III, referring to the color of the label and the Roman numeral prominently displayed. RADIOACTIVE WHITE-I is the lowest category and RADIOACTIVE YELLOW-III is the highest. For example, a package with a transport index of 0.8 and a maximum surface radiation level of 0.6 millisievert (60 millirems) per hour must bear a RADIOACTIVE YELLOW-III label.