Laws for Transportation of Hazardous Products
The terrestrial transportation of hazardous products through public roads is established by Decree No. 96.044, of May 18, 1988. This Decree is supplemented by the Institutions approved by ANTT Resolution No. 420, of February 12, 2004 and its amendments (ANTT Resolutions No. 704/04, No. 1.644/06, No. 2.657/08 and No. 2.975/08).
The terrestrial transportation of hazardous products, between the member states of Mercosur is governed by the provisions of the Agreement of Partial Reach for the Facilitation of the Transportation of Hazardous Products, approved in Brazil by Decree No. 1.797, of 01/25/1996.
National and MERCOSUR Application:
Original document, valid, which evidences the performance of the Course of Movement and Operation of Hazardous Products - MOPP, which is a specific training for the driver of the vehicle, pursuant to the model regulated by the National Traffic Committee - CONTRAN (Resolution No. 168/CONTRAN/MJ, of December 14, 2004 and its amendments).
Inspection Certificate for the Transportation of Hazardous Products - CIPP, original of the vehicle and of the equipment destined to the transportation of bulk hazardous products, issued by Inmetro or an entity accredited by it.
National Register of Road Cargo Carriers - RNTRC, pursuant to ANTT Resolution No. 3056, of March 12, 2009.
Environmental License, pursuant to paragraph 1 of art. 2 of CONAMA Resolution No. 237, of December 19, 1997, to be issued by the environmental body responsible for the section to be covered.
Insurance policy of transportation, containing civil and environmental liability coverage.
Inspection Certificate for the Transportation of Hazardous Products - CIPP, original of the vehicle and of the equipment destined to the transportation of bulk hazardous products, letter "C" of art. 56 of Attachment I of Decree 1797/96, issued by one of the organisms or entities set forth in item 2.2 of such attachment.