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the video is on the MDG code I am DG.stands for the International Maritime.Dangerous Goods code knowledge about.this code is important to Mariners who.are specially involved in the carriage.of these dangerous goods Etsy.because dangerous goods can often not.often but sometimes due to the.properties of their poles it can lead to.a fire or poisoning or asphyxiation or.corrosion or explosion of some kind so.it's essential that if you are carrying.any kind of dangerous goods on ships you.should be referring to this code to get.all the important information about that.good about the cargo so that you can.observe precautions regarding it alright.so I will start with the code and I'll.tell you what are the essential aspects.of the code and how to use the code to.get the important information so if you.are not aware of it then the I am DG.code is actually provided on all ships.that are required to be carrying the.dangerous goods if your ship is required.to carry dangerous goods make sure that.you have a copy of the IMD G code when I.say copy of the MDG code I mean there.are two and a supplement so since 2008.IND G has two volumes and one supplement.before 2008 I don't know how many of you.were sailing before 2008 but before 2008.I MDG actually had four volumes and a.supplement but since 2008 and they.introduced the CD version and they.introduced they they combined the four.volumes into two volumes and but they.still have the supplement along with it.all right I will take you through each.volume now volume number one is that.classifies the ion VG goods now if you.are thinking about what is I am DG or.what is dangerous goods dangerous goods.are classified according to these nine.classes that you see on your screen so.we have class 1 which is explosives then.we.flammable gases remember liquids when.both solids oxidizing substances.poisonous substances radioactive.substances corrosives and class 9 is.your miscellaneous category so you have.these different classes of dangerous.goods and each class also has subclasses.so and I'll talk about that as well so.that's how they died the International.made them Rangers Goods classification.is carried out alright so when I say.subclasses so I mean that for example if.you look at class for it it mainly talks.about flammable solids but then you have.category or class for point one which.talks about flammable solids that are.self reactive substances and solid these.synthesized explosives plus four point.two is about substances liable to.spontaneous combustion and you have plus.four point three which are substances.which in contact with water will emit.flammable gases so although class four.overall talks about flammable solids.they also have subcategories similar.subcategories out there in plus five.plus three plus six and so on alright.and of course you have those labels.available so if you are carrying any of.the categories of those Goods you are.supposed to be marking the container or.the packaging with these labels to.clearly identify now that should be done.from the shipper side it should be done.from the poor side but you will go to.many ports where they will not label the.container property or the packaging.properly then you have to make sure that.you are carrying labels on the ship and.you should be labeling all the four.sides for example of a container.sometimes in some ports they label only.one side or the label has already come.off and they have not noticed it so you.have to make sure that you label it on.all sides now here is the details about.the volumes and the supplements of the.INTJ code now volume one is not.something that you really have to go.into of course it talks about the.general provisions definition training.the classification of goods is defined.in volume one so of course if you have.to learn about the classification of the.dangerous goods you have to go into.volume one but volume one if you go.through it you will see that it's mainly.for the shippers perspective it is me.for the port or the ship or other people.who are involved in packaging and.labeling of the goods it is more from.their perspective from your perspective.as a marina and Paul you do is more.important and I'll show you why because.volume 2 basically provides you with the.details of the cargo all the essential.details that you need for carrying these.Goods on your ship and I'll go deep into.the details as well as I proceed with.this presentation then we have.supplement the supplement section which.is the third section apart from the two.volumes you have a separate document.which is called supplement volume and.the supplement provides you with other.important information and that also you.have you need to be very familiar with.so you need to get information about the.emergency procedures the medical.first-aid procedures the reporting.procedures use of pesticides on ships so.all these kind of important information.is provided in the supplement as well so.you have to be very familiar with how.you use these Goods so if you are a.chief of Sur on a ship ideally or if you.are a senior officer ownership and you.have been told that your ship will be.carrying dangerous goods as soon as you.receive information about it the shipper.some shipping document and it will.provide you with all the essential.details as you would find in the volume.2 of the dangerous goods but you also.have to confirm your own sight as well.as to whether you are able to maintain.the safety or the fire or the medical.procedures from your side whether you.have all the equipment or not so if you.see here on your screen what you have is.an extract from volume to the extract or.these the volume that I say that you.should be very familiar with so you can.see here for every dangerous good which.has been listed in order of their due.and number so if you see on the extreme.left side column you have the column of.even number which is your United Nations.number a number that has been designated.to the particular dangerous good and you.can see them it's in increasing order of.that so I think in the olden version we.had them on alphabetical order if I'm.not wrong maybe I'm wrong I'm not sure.but I think in the older version the old.version before 2008 it was alphabetical.order but then after that they have.decided to categorize it list it in.increasing even then you have the second.thing of the PS and PS n stands for.proper shipping them.so why the proper shipping name was.designated is because many shippers.sometimes may be due to innocence or.maybe due to negligence or sometimes.intentionally they try to ship goods.dangerous goods under normal Goods and.sometimes that has led to fire or.explosion or incidence or poisoning or.asphyxiation inhalation by by the crew.and let them dying so to prevent that.the international maritime Rangers would.score the MDG code what they decided was.they will very specifically describe the.good so that the shipper has to ship it.under its proper shipping name so that.they cannot take advantage because you.see if you're saying if you're shipping.dangerous goods it requires additional.packing an additional Prakash of the.additional handling images and that for.that the shipper has to pay more money.so to avoid paying that money the.shipper sometimes I'm not saying they do.it all the time or they do it.intentionally sometimes even it's due to.negligence or sometimes they are not.unaware they are not aware about it so.they have shipped dangerous goods goods.that are classified as dangerous goods.with the normal Goods which has led to.incidents so that's why a proper.shipping name has been classified to all.these dangerous goods then you have the.class given to the codes as well so we.discussed about the class just a couple.of slides back and the class of the good.is provided the subsidiary risk is.defined the packing group special.provisions required limited quantities.then packing instructions then we go on.to special packing provisions the.International bulk carrier packing.instruction special provision as well.then you have the I am portable tank in.whelk containers provisions described as.well so what if it is being shipped in a.tank or what if it is what is the.provisions required then you have the.codes given for your emergency schedule.that is your EMS so you can see the in.the column the codes are as FAS Q or FAS.a now these are codes so you have to.take these codes and go into the.supplement volume and then look under.these codes and see what they stand for.so they cannot accommodate all the.instructions.in one page or in couple of pages they.struggle with that it's too much of.content so for that they have provided.you with these codes and then you take.these codes and go into the supplement.volume and find out more information.about the cargo then you have these two.agents segregation requirements provided.as well so you can see the categories.are provided and you can find out about.the categories from class one of the.dangerous groups code then you have some.properties and observations these are.something that you have to really be.familiar with why I say so is because.when you are carrying these goods and.specially if you're a chief officer.who's responsible of for carrying these.goods you should be aware of these.properties because some of these.properties they like like I described.before some of these properties may come.they if I mean when in contact with.water they may omit flammable gases now.if these flammable gases they catch fire.they could be an incident or if there is.any kind of poisonous substances.poisonous gas has been released and your.crew in here these gases maybe they are.working near these goods they are not.aware of it they are not wearing the.facemask.they will inhale these gases they might.die or if some solids are self-reactive.substances or they might be kept under.the Sun and because of the sun's heat.they catch fire and explosion takes.place then you have to be very aware of.the properties of the dangerous goods.that you're carrying on the ship so that.you can store them you can at the right.place at the designated place and.maintain all precautions for gru safety.and ship safety as well as cargo safety.then parts of the IMD g-code that add.that are needed when dealing with.emergencies now I've talked me mostly.about all of it but like I said volume.two and supplement is the the documents.or the the publications that you have to.be very familiar with volume 1 of course.volume 1 like I told you before class.contains many important details but I in.my in my opinion it is more from the.shippers perspective or the poor's.perspective for you guys as marinas you.must study volume 2 and supplement very.carefully especially the medical first.aid guide or the medical forestry.procedures which are described in the.and that helps you to deal with the.medical emergencies which may result due.to the.Goods all right now in terms of.emergency function of course once you.get the cargo UN number you can go into.volume 2 part 3 detail is to check for.the emergency schedule codes and then.check for the emergency should guide for.a shed you finish schedule so remember.we had FASA or FAS Q in that F stands.stood for fire and S stands for spillage.so when you have FA that is fire and.then the category of what to do in a.fire and then essay or sq in that the S.stand stood for spillage schedule so.what would you do if there was a.spillage of the cargo how would you.clean up would you require to wear masks.would that cargo emit flammable vapors.or poisonous vapors so these are some of.the things or the information that you.need to get out of publications all.right now like I said emergency aid use.and medical first aid guide is the one.that you have to focus on when it comes.to the supplement now emergency should.use are listed in column 15 of the.dangers goes list as we saw before and.two notations are used to indicate the.emergency schedule against each even.number so far shadows are described form.F ABC all the way to F J and spillage.schedules are described all the way from.SAS BSC all the way to s Z or s said in.terms of emergencies like I said the.medical first aid guide is provided.there is a flow chart that details the.sequential action there are about 20.tables and 15 appendices that is there.for you to assist you and it describes.the various first-aid procedures and.what to be done if there is any kind of.medical emergencies resulting from this.carriage of this state so if you go into.the medical first aid guide you will see.there is a flow chart there is an.emergency action there are 20 tables.there depending on what is the case on.your ship then you can carry out a.diagnosis and then if you can carry out.the diagnosis then you can go ahead and.treat it and if you can't then further.actions are described based on state of.casualty where you might have to seek.review medical advice as well that is.defined in the radio in the many medical.first aid guide procedures then you have.something called the material safety.data sheets or.yes now I will say that these days.sometimes they are called a misdeal so.they are called material safety data.they are not called MSDS as they're.called MST in some documents they're.called hem St in many places they are.still called MSDS so that is why I have.mentioned it as a mistake but I have.heard and have seen that in many places.they call it MSD now MSDS or MSD is part.of the shipping documentation which is.associated with the carriage of the.dangerous goods or hazardous codes and.they are very valuable if you are.planning for any kind of emergency or to.deal tactical response to deal with an.emergency incident these sheets provide.you with is they along with the cargo.manifest they provide you with.additional information about the cargo.that you are carrying so for these.hazardous Goods the shipper should.provide you with a major material safety.data sheet information or MSD.information and that will provide you.with the details of the shipper the.product name all the all the details.that you can get off the ion digibook.you don't have to go into the MDG book.then also provides you with the.manufacturer's code the physical.description of the properties any.special properties requiring special.precautions required what are the health.hazards that may be exposed to the crew.if there is any kind of spillage or.leakage or fire and all the details you.can see the details are there it's kind.of a summarized version of what you.would be needing from the MDG code.regarding the cargo that you're carrying.on the ship so this is a very useful.document and that's why I thought I.should mention it under the iron.bleaching code that if you have this MSD.then make sure that you study it you.highlight the important details and.points and make sure you also educate.your ship's crew about the cargo and.about this emergency or the special.properties of the code when you get the.MSD or the MSDS make sure that you read.it make sure that it's current it's.within a five-year validity period it.should be complete normally it comprises.of about five pages.I think averaged about five pages make.sure that all the five pages are.complete the details have been filled.make sure that it check that you check.that it is for the cargo that you are.carrying it's not incorrect or wrong MSD.has not been supplied to you.implement whatever it recommends if it.recommends anything about carrying.special medical equipment or.firefighting equipment or personal.protective equipment make sure that it.is there on the ship if it is not there.then you should be ordering it and.making sure it is their ownership do not.use the substance for anything other.than what is recommended so if you are.carrying any kind of protective.equipment cleaning equipment or handling.you come in make sure you only carry it.for that particular job that particular.task and not for any other task finally.the last two slides I'll just talk a.little bit about the prevention of fire.that involves dangerous goods so if you.have the MSD sheets like I said make.sure that you consult it keep.combustibles away from all the ignition.sources so if you can in dangerous goods.make sure any kind of combustible.sources are kept away if there is any.lighting that they should be protected.it should be spark proof they should be.provision of adequate packing material.for flammable substances make sure that.you reject any kind of damaged or.leaking packages store the packages so.that they are protected from any kind of.accidental heating or damage there.should not be exposed directly to the.Sun if they are spare self igneous or.self spontaneously ignited make sure.that you carry or observe the.segregation procedures from substances.that if they come in contact with each.other may lead to further trouble and.make sure that you ensure adequate.access to fight o fire in case of an.emergency.put up no smoking conditions and.maintain it very strictly I have seen in.some ports where the shore crew or the.port crew are engaging in smoking.especially even in areas where dangerous.goods are being carried make sure that.it is your ship and that you implement.or police these actions very strictly do.not allow anybody to smoke in these kind.of compartments ensure that electrical.cables and fittings are in good order.maintain the fire precautions as per.individual substance use so like I said.before go into the fire shed you'll into.the emergency guide or emergency.schedule of the supplement volume and.find out what fire precautions required.and follow it correctly in.that appropriate protective clothing and.firefighting equipment are at hand and.ensure that crew members are having a.good working knowledge of onboard.dangerous goods emergency procedures so.like I said before it is not only.important that you become aware of the.properties of the cargo and the actions.to be taken but you also have to train.your crew you also have to educate them.you have to make them aware because they.will not be very conscious about the.fact that the ship is getting dangerous.because they are not involved in all.that procedures sometimes and also many.ships these days of course they also.have drills and trainings regarding.dangerous goods there is on board so.make sure that you take these good.drills and training seriously and use.that time to educate your crew remind.them of the dangers that they are.exposed to when such cargo is carried on.board for now I think that's pretty much.it if I think of anything else that I.have missed regarding I am DG code or if.you can think of something let me know.in the comment section I will be happy.to answer it all the best s bye.

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Does the IMDG code only apply to dangerous goods in packaged form? Do bulk carriers carry IMDG codes?

Interesting question! As a Lashing Specialist I work with many chemical companies and provide them with solutions to safely secure their packaged DG. However, I was not familiar with bulk carriers. This is what I found out from the Danish Maritime Authority. Dangerous goods in packaged form on board ships ​​Dangerous goods in packaged form must be carried in accordance with the provisions of the IMDG Code (International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code). The IMDG Code contains a list of dangerous substances and requirements for the marking, packaging, separation from other dangerous substances and location on board of the dangerous substance. Packaged dangerous goods are carried by dry cargo carriers, general cargo ships, container ships and ro-ro cargo and passenger ships. Solid bulk cargoes Bulk cargoes are characterised by solid products consisting of a combination of particles, granulates or large pieces of material that is normally homogeneously structured and which is loaded directly into the hold of a ship without any type of intermediate packaging. Such cargoes must be carried in accordance with the provisions of the IMSBC Code – The International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes Code. The carriage of bulk cargoes may involve a number of risk elements that can be attributed to the dangerous properties of the products carried. They may be products with dangerous properties or products which: can generate combustible, poisonous or harmful vapours during transport are especially heavy and therefore can harm the structure of the ship can "slide" in the hold and thereby affect the stability of the ship change their character during transport, for example sphagnum which can transform from solid to liquid form, etc. Such cargoes are carried by sea on board bulk carriers, dry cargo carriers, barges, etc. — I hope this answers your question. If you like to learn more about the IMDG Code and their 2018 changes, you might find these articles interesting: How to secure dangerous goods in containers conform new IMDG Code 2018 Lashing Methods for Containers to Secure IBC's | Case Study Cheers! Astrid Groeneveld, Cordstrap Strapping & Lashing Specialist at Cargo Restraint Systems Pty Ltd, Australia

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