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CASR Part 92 - Consignment and carriage of dangerous goods
Part 92 of CASR prescribes the minimum safety requirements for the consignment and carriage of dangerous goods by air. It includes training, documentation, record keeping and incident reporting as well as provisions for packaging, marking, labelling, loading of and stowage in aircraft.
Who Part 92 affects
Part 92 affects:
- airline operators
- general aviation operators
- air freight industry including shippers of dangerous goods and freight forwarders
- designated postal operators
- providers of dangerous goods training
- individuals conducting display parachute jumps
- private aircraft operators
- emergency and law enforcement services
- security screeners.
Projects are opened to revise a CASR Part.
Part 92 open projects include:
- Project OS 05/01 – Post-implementation review of CASR Part 92 - Consignment and carriage of dangerous goods by air
Consultation and project activities
Current rules in effect for Part 92 include:
- Part 92 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998
Advisory material provide advice and guidance to explain particular regulatory requirements of a CASR Part.
|AC 92A-01||The consignment and carriage of dangerous goods on all aircraft in Australian territory and on Australian aircraft overseas: An overview of the legislative framework and procedures||(March 2011)|
|AC 92-01||Dangerous Goods Training for Employees||(August 2009)|
|AC 92-02||Dangerous Goods Manuals||(December 2003)|
|AC 92-03||Dangerous Goods Training Courses and Instructors||(August 2009)|
|AC 92-04||Applications for permission to carry or consign dangerous goods under Section 23 of the Civil Aviation Act 1988||(March 2010)|
|AC 92-05||Use of Compressed Oxygen: Carriage and Consignment of Live Aquatic Animals for Transport by Air||(May 2011)|
|AC 92-07||Applications for competent authority approval: Radioactive material||(February 2013)|