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This instrument reissues a number of permissions that permit carriage of isopropanol, issued to individual AOC holders, as a permission for the AOC holders collectively. The instrument would impose conditions on the permissions that are based on the conditions in one of the existing permissions, CASA.DG.0053-1.
Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications
Registered 16 Jun 2020
To be repealed 31 May 2023
Repealed by Self Repealing

Instrument number CASA 30/20

I, WARREN CRAIG MARTIN, Executive Manager, Regulatory Services & Surveillance, a delegate of CASA, having taken into account relevant considerations relating to the safe carriage, or consignment for carriage, of dangerous goods on an aircraft, make this instrument under section 23 of the Civil Aviation Act 1988.

[Signed C. Martin]

Craig Martin
Executive Manager
Regulatory Services and Surveillance

12 June 2020

CASA 30/20 – Permission for Carriage of Dangerous Goods – Isopropanol 2020

(This instrument constitutes an exemption, issued by the appropriate National Authority as defined in ICAO Annex 18, ICAO Doc 9284 AN/905 and ICAO Doc 9284 AN/905 Supplement.)

1          Name

                 This instrument is CASA 30/20 – Permission for Carriage of Dangerous Goods – Isopropanol 2020.

2          Duration

                 This instrument:

(a)   commences on the day after it is registered; and

(b)   is repealed at the end of 31 May 2023.

3          Application

                 This instrument applies to:

(a)   an operator that holds an Australian Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) (the operator); and

(b)   aircraft operated under the AOC of the operator (the aircraft); and

(c)   conducting flights between the ports approved on the operator’s AOC; and

(d)   authorised representatives granted Operator Approval by the operator (the authorised persons); and

(e)   certain dangerous goods (the dangerous goods) specified in Schedule 1

4          Permission

                 The authorised persons are permitted to consign the dangerous goods onto an operator’s aircraft and the aircraft is permitted to carry the dangerous goods within Australian territory.

5          Conditions

                 The permission in section 4 is subject to the conditions mentioned in Schedule 2.

Schedule 1 — Dangerous Goods that may be consigned and carried

(As described in the Dangerous Goods List of International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods By Air, DOC 9284-AN/905 (ICAO-Tl) and the applicable Supplement thereto.)

Item

UN Number

Proper Shipping Name

Hazard Class

1

UN 1219

Isopropanol (Isopropyl Alcohol)

3

Schedule 2 — Conditions of Carriage

          1     The authorised person must seek and obtain the written approval of the operator before checking in the dangerous goods for a flight on the aircraft.

          2     The dangerous goods may only be carried on flights within Australian territory.

          3     The dangerous goods must be carried together with a respirator fit tester analysis instrument.

          4     The dangerous goods may only be carried in the checked baggage of the authorised person and in the same transport case as the respirator fit tester analysis instrument.

          5     The net quantity of the dangerous goods must not be more than 4 inner packages each containing 30 millilitres.

          6     The closure on each inner package must be held securely in place with tape or other means.

          7     Each inner package must be securely packed in an intermediate package with cushioning material in such a way that, under normal conditions of transport, they cannot break, be punctured or leak their contents.

          8     The intermediate package must contain sufficient absorbent material to completely contain the contents of the inner package in case of breakage or leakage, regardless of package orientation.

          9     The dangerous goods must not react dangerously with cushioning, absorbent material or reduce the integrity of function of the materials.

        10     The intermediate package must be securely packed in the same transport case as the respirator fit tester analysis instrument.

        11     A copy of this instrument must be carried with the dangerous goods.

        12     If a dangerous goods accident or dangerous goods incident (within the meaning given in regulation 92.010 of CASR) occurs involving the carriage of any dangerous goods under this permission, it must be reported immediately to CASA.