PACKING INSTRUCTION- 602 SUMMARY
CATEGORY A INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES

Specimen Packaging

Labeling Outer Package

Note: If packaged with dry ice, include a DOT Miscellaneous Class 9 label, UN 1845 and net weight (kg) of dry ice. [See Packaging Instruction 904]

Shippers Dangerous Goods Declaration Form

Note: Maintain the Shipper's Dangerous Goods Declaration forms for at least 2 years.

Packages

A quantity of 30 mL or less of dangerous goods in Classes 3, 8 or 9 is permitted in each primary receptacle containing infectious substances when used to maintain viability and stabilize or prevent degradation of the infectious substances. (e.g., preservatives like formalin or alcohol) The limit for the entire package is 1 liter. This small quantity does not need to be labeled or documented.


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