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226. This can be seen from the following theoretical example: if it is assumed that a 200 L drum is filled with a solid combustible material with an estimated average specific activity of 2 × 10–3 A2/g, it would seem that this material could be transported as LSA-III. However, for example, if the density of the material is 1 g/cm3, the total activity in the drum will be 400 A2 [(2 × 10–3 A2/g) (1 g/cm3) (2 × 105 cm3) = 400 A2] and transport as LSA-III would be precluded by the conveyance limit of 10 A2 by inland waterway and of 100 A2 by other modes (see Table V of the Regulations).
For those aspects of the RPP related to accident conditions of transport, the possibility of leakage from these package types as the result of transport or handling accidents will need to be considered. In contrast, Type B and Type C packages can be expected to withstand all but the most severe accidents. 4. The external radiation levels from excepted packages and Category I-WHITE label packages are sufficiently low so as to be safe to handle without restriction, and a dose assessment is therefore unnecessary.
The activity limitation on the contents of Type A packages (A1 for special form material and A2 for material not in special form) for any radionuclide or combination of radionuclides is derived on the basis of the radiological consequences which are deemed to be acceptable, within the principles of radiological protection, following failure of the package after an accident. The method of deriving A1 and A2 values is given in Appendix I. 2. The Regulations do not prescribe limits on the number of Type A packages transported on a conveyance.