Must dangerous goods declarations, marine pollutants declarations and packing lists always be made in paper form?

No. They can also be provided directly to the master or ship operator by electronic data processing or electronic data interchange methods.

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After loading packaged dangerous goods or marine pollutants, what must the master ensure with respect to cargo documentation?

What shipping document usually carries the dangerous goods or marine pollutants declaration?