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Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (Dangerous Goods, Petroleum and Explosives) Regulations 2005 is as follows

UN Numbers falling under “First Schedule” in Government Gazette is limited by quantity per vessel at any PSA container berth, Jurong Port container berth, conventional berth, the Tuas Jetty or the Sudong Explosive Anchorage.

  1. Flammable gases are restricted by quantity per vessel; excludes UN Nos. 1057, 1950 and 2037
  2. Explosives are restricted by weight as per Net Explosive weight
  3. “Not Otherwise Specified” (N.O.S.) listed in First Schedule is subject to quantity limitation
  4. Dangerous goods not listed in the First Schedule to the DGR will be allowed to remain on board a vessel at any PSA container berth, Jurong Port container berth, conventional berth, the Tuas Jetty or the Sudong Explosive Anchorage without any quantity restriction.
  5. All Dangerous Goods must be declared to the Port Master irrespective whether such goods are restricted by quantity through First Schedule or not.
  6. Failure to comply with above will result in penalty.

For Limits of dangerous goods in berths refer to Appendix 2 – Quantity of First Schedule Dangerous Goods Which May Remain on Board Any Vessel at Any Jurong Port Container Berth, PSA Container Berth, Conventional Berth, the Tuas Jetty or the Sudong Explosive Anchorage

 

Additional Documents required for below cargo

  • Ammonium Nitrate
  • Certificate of Analysis issued by a body deemed competent by the Authority. The percentage of total combustible matter (including organic matter calculated as carbon) must be clearly stated in the certificate.
  • Radioactive Substances
  • The approval from the Centre for Radioactive Protection and Nuclear Science(CRPNS);
  • To obtain the approval from CRPNS, you should complete the Transit form or Transshipment form by CRPNS and submit together with the details of package design, Certificate of approval of package design, the Shipper’s certificate and certification by competent authority of the types and quantities of radioactive materials in the shipment to:

Director

Centre for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Science

National Environment Agency

Environment Building

3rd Storey, Annex Block

40 Scotts Road, Singapore 228231

Tel No: (+65) 6731 9577

Fax No: (+65) 6731 9585

 

Reference Links

Procedures for dangerous goods declaration

Appendix 1 – Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (Dangerous Goods, Petroleum and Explosives) Regulations 2005

Appendix 2 – Quantity of First Schedule Dangerous Goods Which May Remain on Board Any Vessel at Any Jurong Port Container Berth, PSA Container Berth, Conventional Berth, the Tuas Jetty or the Sudong Explosive Anchorage

Notification form PM4-0485A4, Application for Approval For Transit of Shipment of Radioactive Materials, Application for Approval For Transshipment of Radioactive Materials

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