General Cargo Acceptance

  • Process for ensuring cargo shipments comply with applicable requirements

  • Process for ensuring accuracy of scales used to weigh cargo shipments

  • Acceptance processes for verifying the security status of known cargo, ensuring application of screening/security controls for unknown cargo

Acceptance of Dangerous Goods Cargo

  • Availability/accessibility of DGR or Technical Instructions where dangerous goods cargo is accepted or handled

  • Dangerous goods acceptance checklist reflects all applicable requirements and identifies the person(s) that performed the checklist

  • Use of dangerous goods acceptance checklist to verify package marking/labeling, documentation compliance

  • Procedures for retention of applicable information associated with dangerous goods shipments

  • Procedures for inspection of dangerous goods shipments prior to acceptance

  • Procedures for ensuring ULDs containing danger- ous goods are tagged in accordance with applicable requirements

  • Process for retention of documentation for dangerous goods shipments not accepted due to error/omission by shipper

  • Process for replacement of lost/illegible/ detached dangerous goods labels

  • Transport documents/markings for dangerous goods shipments in English and language required by State of Origin

  • Display of dangerous goods notices

Acceptance of Other Special Cargo

  • Live animal/perishable cargo acceptance/ handling in accordance with OM

  • Live animal cargo acceptance/handling in accord- ance with LAR; acceptance checklist is utilized*

  • Perishable cargo acceptance/handling in accord- ance with PCR/other applicable requirements*

  • Acceptance procedures that ensure live animal cargo shipments have shipper's certification/other required documents*

  • Procedures that ensure human remains/ valuable/fragile/outsized/heavy cargo acceptance/handling in accordance with OM

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