HSNOCOP 9: Product Labelling and Documentation Guide for Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary Medicines 

NZS 8409:2004 Management of agrichemicals

CURRENT
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The “Growsafe” manual – the current version of NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals – contains useful information on...
1.8.8
With respect to labels, the need for tracking and/or an approved handler should be indicated on the label. Reference to the detailed requirements must be made to the HSNO regulations and the current version of NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals.
1.8.9
An appropriate reference must be included on the label, including advice that further detail is provided in the HSNO Regulations (or NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals). Refer section 3.4.1.5.
3.4.1.2
A reference to protective clothing is a means of complying with Regulation 25(d). For more information see:... ...NZS8409 Management of Agrichemicals
3.4.1.6
Storage statements indicate the instructions for storage to ensure the stability of the product. Examples:... ...Store in accordance with the NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals...
4. References
Management of Agrichemicals, NZS 8409:2007 (sic), Standards New Zealand
Label statements
Various examples of label statements referring to NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals.
Referring to record keeping
Given the qualifications stated in Regulation 5, and the specific requirements of what must be recorded stated in Regulation 6, a referral on the label to the current version of NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals should be made.
Regarding tracking
Given the extent of the information required to be recorded, including disposal details, there is usually insufficient space on the label, and reference to the current version of NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals, and/or the HSNO regulations, may be needed.

NZS 5433.1:2012 Transport of dangerous goods on land - Part 1: Technical information

CURRENT
1.10.2
In New Zealand, the list of dangerous goods and classification information can be found in the current version of NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land (“NZS 5433”). The Land Transport Rule: Dangerous Goods 2005 and subsequent amendments sets out the legal requirements for the transport of dangerous goods on land in New Zealand. The term dangerous goods applies to all products and substances that meet the classification criteria set out in the UNRTDG or NZS 5433.
1.10.3
NZS 5433 lists the UN numbers and proper shipping names of products that are classified as dangerous for transport.
1.10.6
The dangerous goods list in NZS: 5433 identifies the Packing Group.
2.2.2
This Code is designed to manage risks associated with storage and use – transport matters are a secondary consideration. However:... ...A HSNO pictogram may not be needed if the corresponding transport pictogram is present (NZS 5433 refers back to HSNO); pictogram size to comply with dangerous goods requirements may be an issue.
2.4.1
This Code allows for the use of the four GHS label elements that include signal words, hazard and precautionary statements, and pictograms. Transport pictograms as indicated by NZS 5433 are discussed in section 2.4.2.
2.4.2
The requirements for labelling dangerous goods for transport by land are set out in NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land.
2.6.7
For labelling of dangerous goods on small packs refer to NZS 5433 Part 1.
Precedence for the allocation of pictograms
For substances and mixtures which are dangerous goods, the precedence of pictograms for physical hazards should follow the requirements of the Land Transport Rule and NZS 5433, and of ...
Table C1
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...
Table C2
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...

NZS 5433.1:2012 Transport of dangerous goods on land - Part 1: Technical information

CURRENT
1.10.2
In New Zealand, the list of dangerous goods and classification information can be found in the current version of NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land (“NZS 5433”). The Land Transport Rule: Dangerous Goods 2005 and subsequent amendments sets out the legal requirements for the transport of dangerous goods on land in New Zealand. The term dangerous goods applies to all products and substances that meet the classification criteria set out in the UNRTDG or NZS 5433.
1.10.3
NZS 5433 lists the UN numbers and proper shipping names of products that are classified as dangerous for transport.
1.10.6
The dangerous goods list in NZS: 5433 identifies the Packing Group.
2.2.2
This Code is designed to manage risks associated with storage and use – transport matters are a secondary consideration. However:... ...A HSNO pictogram may not be needed if the corresponding transport pictogram is present (NZS 5433 refers back to HSNO); pictogram size to comply with dangerous goods requirements may be an issue.
2.4.1
This Code allows for the use of the four GHS label elements that include signal words, hazard and precautionary statements, and pictograms. Transport pictograms as indicated by NZS 5433 are discussed in section 2.4.2.
2.4.2
The requirements for labelling dangerous goods for transport by land are set out in NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land.
2.6.7
For labelling of dangerous goods on small packs refer to NZS 5433 Part 1.
Precedence for the allocation of pictograms
For substances and mixtures which are dangerous goods, the precedence of pictograms for physical hazards should follow the requirements of the Land Transport Rule and NZS 5433, and of ...
Table C1
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...
Table C2
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...

NZS 5433.2:2012 Transport of dangerous goods on land - Part 2: List of dangerous goods

CURRENT
1.10.2
In New Zealand, the list of dangerous goods and classification information can be found in the current version of NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land (“NZS 5433”). The Land Transport Rule: Dangerous Goods 2005 and subsequent amendments sets out the legal requirements for the transport of dangerous goods on land in New Zealand. The term dangerous goods applies to all products and substances that meet the classification criteria set out in the UNRTDG or NZS 5433.
1.10.3
NZS 5433 lists the UN numbers and proper shipping names of products that are classified as dangerous for transport.
1.10.6
The dangerous goods list in NZS: 5433 identifies the Packing Group.
2.2.2
This Code is designed to manage risks associated with storage and use – transport matters are a secondary consideration. However:... ...A HSNO pictogram may not be needed if the corresponding transport pictogram is present (NZS 5433 refers back to HSNO); pictogram size to comply with dangerous goods requirements may be an issue.
2.4.1
This Code allows for the use of the four GHS label elements that include signal words, hazard and precautionary statements, and pictograms. Transport pictograms as indicated by NZS 5433 are discussed in section 2.4.2.
2.4.2
The requirements for labelling dangerous goods for transport by land are set out in NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land.
2.6.7
For labelling of dangerous goods on small packs refer to NZS 5433 Part 1.
Precedence for the allocation of pictograms
For substances and mixtures which are dangerous goods, the precedence of pictograms for physical hazards should follow the requirements of the Land Transport Rule and NZS 5433, and of ...
Table C1
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...
Table C2
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...

NZS 5433.2:2012 Transport of dangerous goods on land - Part 2: List of dangerous goods

CURRENT
1.10.2
In New Zealand, the list of dangerous goods and classification information can be found in the current version of NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land (“NZS 5433”). The Land Transport Rule: Dangerous Goods 2005 and subsequent amendments sets out the legal requirements for the transport of dangerous goods on land in New Zealand. The term dangerous goods applies to all products and substances that meet the classification criteria set out in the UNRTDG or NZS 5433.
1.10.3
NZS 5433 lists the UN numbers and proper shipping names of products that are classified as dangerous for transport.
1.10.6
The dangerous goods list in NZS: 5433 identifies the Packing Group.
2.2.2
This Code is designed to manage risks associated with storage and use – transport matters are a secondary consideration. However:... ...A HSNO pictogram may not be needed if the corresponding transport pictogram is present (NZS 5433 refers back to HSNO); pictogram size to comply with dangerous goods requirements may be an issue.
2.4.1
This Code allows for the use of the four GHS label elements that include signal words, hazard and precautionary statements, and pictograms. Transport pictograms as indicated by NZS 5433 are discussed in section 2.4.2.
2.4.2
The requirements for labelling dangerous goods for transport by land are set out in NZS 5433: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land.
2.6.7
For labelling of dangerous goods on small packs refer to NZS 5433 Part 1.
Precedence for the allocation of pictograms
For substances and mixtures which are dangerous goods, the precedence of pictograms for physical hazards should follow the requirements of the Land Transport Rule and NZS 5433, and of ...
Table C1
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...
Table C2
Dangerous Goods Labels and Placards. Reproduced from NZS 5433: 1:2007 with the permission of Standards New Zealand ...

NZS 5433.1:2007 Transport of dangerous goods on land - Part 1 - Technical information

SUPERSEDED
4. References
Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land, NZS 5433: Part 1: 2007, Standards New Zealand

SNZ HB 76:2003 Dangerous goods - Initial emergency response guide

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The primary intent of the Haznote® is to provide a hazardous substance and/or dangerous goods declaration and emergency management information for transport purposes. The information should include (where relevant):... ...IER Guide number (from NZS HB 76:2003 Dangerous Goods – Initial Emergency Response Guide).