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What must the dangerous goods list, manifest or stowage plan show?

It must set out details, obtained from the shipping documents submitted by the shipper, of the packaged goods on board including: 

(1) the correct technical name of the goods; (2) their classification in accordance with the IMDG Code; (3) their mass or volume; and (4) details of the stowage location in the ship. The information may be in one combined document relating to both dangerous goods and marine pollutants, or in separate lists. Combined lists must show clearly which goods are dangerous goods and which are marine pollutants.

 

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What documentation relating to a bulk cargo of dangerous goods must the master ensure is carried on board?

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