Carriage of dangerous goods multilateral agreement ADR M279
A derogation from requirements for the transport of UN 0335 and UN 0336 fireworks.
ADR M279: concerning the carriage of UN 0335, UN 0336 fireworks, valid until: 19 August 2019 (unless otherwise revoked)
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This multilateral agreement (MA) remains valid until 19 August 2019 unless otherwise revoked.
It is a temporary derogation from the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR). The derogation concerns the transport of UN 0335 and UN 0336 fireworks.
Background to multilateral agreements
The ADR and Regulations concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail (RID) allow contracting parties to agree temporary derogations between themselves.
The UK has signed this MA. If carrying dangerous goods in accordance with an MA, a copy of it must be carried on the vehicle.