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1999年開催されたOECD-IGUSのEOSとEPP作業部会で配布された資料の一覧です。

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OECD-IGUS EOS (Working Group on Energetic and Oxidizing Substances, 1999/12/2, Buxton)

 "Development of a Small Scale Burning Test for Solid Organic Peroxides and Pastes, First Results of 1999"

 

OECD-IGUS EOS (Working Group on Energetic and Oxidizing Substances)

OECD-IGUS EPP (Working Group on Explosives, Propellants and Pyrotechnics)

 

OECD-IGUS EOS (Working Group on Energetic and Oxidizing Substances)

OECD-IGUS EOS Working Group Draft Agenda

1 Opening of EOS Meeting *

1.1 Minutes of previous Meeting

1.2 Actions

1.3 Agenda

2 Test Methods

2.1 Closed Pressure Vessel Test

2.1.1 Revised Agenda for the Meeting of the OECD-IGUS Working Group on the Development of the (Mini) Closed Pressure Vessel Test

2.1.2 Mini-autoclave Screening Procedure for Condensed Phase Explosive Properties in Organic Materials (HSL, UK)

2.1.3 A Review of United Nations Tests for Explosivity (HSL, UK)

2.2 Pressure Vessel Test, Final report (Bofors, Sweden)

2.3 Preliminary Example of a Test Method for Determining Burning Rate (SAI, Sweden)

2.4 Potential Enhancement of UN Guidance in Manual of Tests and Criteria "Appendix 6 Screening Procedures" for Class 1 and Division 4.1 Self-reactives

2.5 UN Vent Sizing Test

2.5.1 Thermal Decomposition Testing of Organic Peroxides, New 10 Liter Vessel Data (EMRTC)

2.5.2 Comparison between the 10 Liter Vessel UN Test Method and RSST for Vent Sizing of Organic Peroxide Tanks of IBCS (INERIS, France)

2.6 Study on Test Conditions of Testing Methods for Oxidizing Solids (NRIFD, Japan)

2.7 Oxidizing Liquids *

2.8 Time-Pressure Profiles of Organic Peroxides in Solvents in PVT (Univ. Tokyo, Japan)

2.9 Detonation Test in Package, Cavitated Version, with 2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)-hexyne-3 (BAM, Germany)

3 Global Harmonization

3.1 Current position *

3.2 Shipment of "De Minimus" Samples of Potential (Kodak, USA)

4 Oxidizers

Review of the Listings for Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizer (EFMA)

4.1 A New Classification System for Ammonium Nitrate Based Fertilizers (TNO PML, Netherlands)

4.2 Thermal Propaties of Aqueous Solutions Containing Ammonium Sulfate, Ammonium Nitrate and Organic Substances (Poland)

4.3 Interpretation of the 4" Steel Tube Test for Classifying Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizers according to their Detonation Capabilities (BAM, Germany)

4.4 Explosives Pre-cursors

4.4.1 Creation of a New Entry "Ammonium Nitrate Emulsion Matrix" (France)

4.4.2 Creation of a New Entry Ammonium Nitrate Emulsion Matrix (Canada)

4.4.3 Creation of a New Entry "Ammonium Nitrate Based Emulsion" - Comments on the French Proposal (Norway)

4.4.4 Classification of Ammonium Nitrate Based Emulsion (Sweden)

5 Organic Peroxides

5.1 Data Top, Organic Peroxides Database (TNO, Netherlands)

5.2 Tank Transport of Peroxyacetic Acid Distilled (TNO, Netherlands)

5.3 Draft Proposal for Revision of the Second Part of the UN Flow Chart for Organic Peroxides and Self-reactives (TNO, Netherlands)

5.4 Harmonization of SADT (TNO, Netherlands)

5.5 UN Organic Peroxide Table (TNO, Netherlands)

5.6 Carriage of 70% tert-Butylhydroperoxide in IBCs (BAM, Germany)

5.7 Some Aspects of Handling High-Concentrated Hydrogen Peroxide (Degussa, Germany)

6 Reactive and Self-reactive Substances

6.1 Database of Self-reactive Substances (HSL, UK)

6.2 Publication of Data on Class 1, 4 and 5 Substances

6.3 Transport of Reactive Monomers Stabilized by Means of Temperature Control (HSL, UK)

6.4 Classification of 2,4-Dinitrophenylhydrazine (TNO, Netherlands)

6.5 Solutions and Mixtures, Exclusion from Class 1 (UN Para. 2.3.1.5.3 / ADR Marg. 2002(8)a) (TNO, Netherlands)

6.6 Solutions and Mixtures, Interpretation of ADR Marginal 2401 22.a) Remark 5 (TNO, Netherlands)

7 Incidents

7.1 Aerosol Incidents (HSL, UK) *

7.2 Calcium Peroxide Incident (HSL, UK) *

7.3 Explosion of Asphalt-Salt Mixtures in a Reprocessing Plant (NRIFD, Japan)

7.4 Explosion of a Grain Silo (INERIS, France)

8 Process Hazards

8.1 Assessment of Chemical Reaction Hazards

8.1.1 Fire in a Storage Facility (TNO, Netherlands)

8.1.2 dangerous Goods Inspections in The Netherlands (TNO, Netherlands)

8.2 Identification and Control of Exothermic chemical Reactions, A technical Rule within the German Legislation on Plant Safety (BAM, Germany)

9 EU Fifth Framework Program *

10 Any Other Business *

10.1 OECD-IGUS

10.2 Retirements / Officers

10.3 Valedictory

10.4 Venue and date of Next Meeting

 

 

OECD-IGUS EPP (Working Group on Explosives, Propellants and Pyrotechnics)

Draft Minutes of the Meeting of the Explosives, Propellants and Pyrotechnics (EPP) Working Group

Draft Agenda of the Meeting of the Explosives, Propellants and Pyrotechnics (EPP) Working Group

1 Opening Ceremony *

2 Adoption of the Agenda *

3 Apologies *

4 General *

4.1 Short Report from the Plenary Meeting

4.2 Discussion on the Work Program

5 Test Methods

5.1 Optical Metrology of Detonation and DDT Phenomena (Univ. Coimba, Portugal) *

5.2 Testing and Assessment Criteria for Hazard Identification Under Confinement Conditions Found in Manufacture and Bulk Storage (HSE, UK) *

5.3 Behavior of Windows under Blast Waves (DFRC, Finland)

6 Airbags Related Issues

6.1 Airbag, Seat-belt Pretentioners and Other Safety Related Devices *

6.2 Airbag Handling and Transport to Car Plant, Airbag Spare Part Distribution World Wide (France) *

7 Ammonium Nitrate Emulsion Matrix Issues (Further Continuation of the Discussion During the Joint EOS-EPP Session) *(EPP 4.4)

7.1 Classification of Emulsion Matrix (INERIS, France)

7.2 Further Information on Emulsions : Results from Tests (DBE, Norway)

7.3 Testing and Assessment Criteria for Hazard Classification for Transport (HSE, UK)

7.4 Comments on Proposal from France to the UNCETDG

7.5 (BAM, Germany)

8 Environmental and Health Issues

8.1 Current Explosives Related Occupational Health Issues (HSE, UK)

8.2 Characterization of Environmental Toxicity for Combustion Products of Fireworks (NIMC, Japan)

9 Accidents

9.1 The Explosives Incidents Database Advisory Service : EIDAS (HSE, UK)

9.2 Report of an Investigation into the Explosion During Transport of Blasting Explosives that occurred in Walden, Ontario on August 5, 1998 (NRC and TC, Canada)

Walden Truck Incident, August 5th, 1998 (NRC, Canada)

9.3 The Explosion in the Nitroglycerine Storage House No.4 at the Gullaug Plant, Norway Dyno Nobel Europe on November 21 1997 (DBE, Norway)

9.4 Fire in a Large Fireworks Magazine (Canada)

9.5 Up Date on the Earlier Reported Accidents in Sweden (Sweden) *

9.6 Storage of Fireworks in ISO Containers (HSE, UK) *

10 Any Other Business

10.1 Hazard Classification of Larger Types of Fireworks (HSE, UK)

10.2 1.4S Classification Proposal to expand the scope of Series 6 type(a) test (Canada and Germany)

10.3 Other Items, Global Harmonization

11 Date and Place of Next Meeting

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