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Who should complete the Dangerous Goods transport documents?
  • A
    ICAO.
  • B
    The person offering the Dangerous Goods for transport.
  • C
    The National Aviation Authority.
  • D
    The operator.

ICAO Annex 18
Chapter 7. Shipper's Responsibilities

7.1 General requirements

Before a person offers any package or overpack of dangerous goods for transport by air, that person shall ensure that the dangerous goods are not forbidden for transport by air and are properly classified, packed, marked, labelled and accompanied by a properly executed dangerous goods transport document, as specified in this Annex and the Technical Instructions.

7.2 Dangerous goods transport document

7.2.1 Unless otherwise provided for in the Technical Instructions, the person who offers dangerous goods for transport by air shall complete, sign and provide to the operator a dangerous goods transport document, which shall contain the information required by those Instructions.
7.2.2 The transport document shall bear a declaration signed by the person who offers dangerous goods for transport indicating that the dangerous goods are fully and accurately described by their proper shipping names and that they are classified, packed, marked, labelled, and in proper condition for transport by air in accordance with the relevant regulations.


  • The person offering the Dangerous Goods for transport = Shipper

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