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1. The lower capacity limit of 450 L (1000 L in the case of gases) is included to achieve harmonization with the United Nations Recommendations . 2. Paragraph 242 includes solid contents in tanks where such contents are placed in the tank in liquid or gaseous form and subsequently solidified prior to transport (for example, uranium hexafluoride, UF6). 1. The TI performs many functions in the Regulations, including providing the basis for the carrier to segregate radioactive materials from persons, undeveloped film and other radioactive material consignments and to limit the level of radiation exposure to members of the public and transport workers during transport and in-transit storage.
The Basic Safety Standards  set a limit on effective dose for the members of the public of 1 mSv/a, and for workers of 20 mSv, averaged over five consecutive years and not exceeding 50 mSv in a single year. Dose limits in special circumstances, dose limits in terms of equivalent dose for the lens of the eye, extremities (hand and feet) and skin, and dose limits for apprentices and pregnant women are also set out in the Basic Safety Standards and should be considered in the context of the requirements of para.
This makes possible both the development of new controls and techniques to satisfy the existing and changing needs of industry in a longer term sense and the use of special operational measures for particular consignments where there may be only a short term interest. Indeed, the role of special arrangement as a possible means of introducing and testing new safety techniques which can later be assimilated into specific regulatory provisions is also vital as regards the further development of the Regulations.