Guidance

MSN 1835 Carriage of dangerous goods and marine pollutants

This publication was withdrawn on 19 May 2015

MSN 1835 has been replaced by MSN 1854

How to comply with the changes to the international maritime dangerous goods (IMDG) code.

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MSN 1835 The carriage of dangerous goods and marine pollutants in packaged form: amendment 36-12 to the international maritime dangerous goods (IMDG) code

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This notice is for:

  • owners
  • ship operators and managers
  • masters and officers of merchant ships
  • agents
  • charterers
  • cargo packers
  • cargo consolidators
  • hauliers
  • freight forwarders
  • shippers
  • consignors
  • training providers
  • inspectors of cargoes
  • port authorities and terminal operators
  • others involved in the transport of dangerous goods by sea