Dycode SimpleUBL UBL 2.0 Class Library

HazardousItem Class

Remarks

Information about a Hazardous Item.

Public Instance Constructors

HazardousItem Constructor Default constructor.
HazardousItem Copy Constructor Copy constructor. (Only C++)

Public Instance Properties

 
Property UBL 2.0 Description
ID0..1 Identifier. The identifier for a Hazardous Item. (Ex: "Round Up")
PlacardNotation0..1 Placard Notation. The placard notation corresponding to the hazard class of the hazardous commodity. Can also be the hazard identification number of the orange placard (upper part) required on the means of transport. (Ex: "5.1")
PlacardEndorsement0..1 Placard Endorsement. The placard endorsement that is to be shown on the shipping papers for the hazardous commodity. Can also be used for the number of the orange placard (lower part) required on the means of transport. (Ex: "2")
AdditionalInformation0..1 Information. Additional information about the hazardous substance. Can be used to specify information such as the type of regulatory requirements that apply to a description. (Ex: "Must be stored away from flammable materials" "N.O.S. or a Waste Characteristics Code in conjunction with an EPA Waste Stream code")
UNDGCode0..1 UNDG Code. The identifier assigned to transportable hazardous goods by the United Nations, expressed as a code.
EmergencyProceduresCode0..1 Emergency Procedures Code. The emergency procedures for the Hazardous Item, expressed as a code.
MedicalFirstAidGuideCode0..1 Medical First Aid Guide Code. The identifier of a medical first aid guide that is relevant to specific hazardous goods, expressed as a code.
TechnicalName0..1 Name. The full technical name of the specific hazardous substance. (Ex: "Granular Sodium Chlorate WeedKiller")
CategoryName0..1 Category. The name of the category of hazard that applies to the Item.
HazardousCategoryCode0..1 Hazardous Category Code. Code specifying a kind of hazard for a material.
UpperOrangeHazardPlacardID0..1 Orange Hazard Placard Identifier. Specifies the identity number for the upper part of the orange hazard placard required on the means of transport.
LowerOrangeHazardPlacardID0..1 Orange Hazard Placard Identifier. Specifies the identity number for the lower part of the orange hazard placard required on the means of transport.
MarkingID0..1 Marking Identifier. Identifies the marking of dangerous goods.
HazardClassID0..1 Hazard Class Identifier. Identifies a hazard class applicable to dangerous goods as defined by the relevant regulation authority, such as the IMDG Class Number of the SOLAS Convention of IMO and the ADR/RID Class Number for the road/rail environment.
NetWeightMeasure0..1 Weight. The total net weight of hazardous goods; the weight of the goods plus packaging.
NetVolumeMeasure0..1 Volume. The volume of hazardous goods net of packaging and transport equipment.
Quantity0..1 Quantity. The quantity of goods that are hazardous.
ContactParty0..1 Party. Associates the Hazardous Item with details of an individual, group, or body that is the contact in case of hazard incident.
SecondaryHazards0..n Secondary Hazard. Associates the Hazardous Item with information about secondary hazards.
HazardousGoodsTransits0..n Hazardous Goods Transit. Associates the Hazardous Item with information about the transportation of hazardous goods.
EmergencyTemperature0..1 Temperature. Associates the Hazardous Item with the temperature at which emergency procedures apply during the handling of temperature-controlled hazardous goods.
FlashpointTemperature0..1 Temperature. Associates the Hazardous Item with the lowest temperature at which the vapor of a combustible liquid can be made to ignite momentarily in air, known in hazardous goods procedures as the flashpoint.
AdditionalTemperatures0..n Temperature. Information providing details of temperatures relevant to the handling of hazardous goods.

Public Operators

Operator=Overloading of Assignment Operator. (Only C++)

Thread Safety

Public static members of this type are safe for multithreaded operations. Instance members are not guaranteed to be thread-safe.

See Also

HazardousItem Properties | Dycode.SimpleUBL.Common