AFMAN 24-204(I)/TM 38-250/NAVSUP PUB 505/MCO P4030.19H/ DLAI 4145.3
11 NOVEMBER 2001
Key 3. Air Waybill No. The aircraft manifest number to which the Shippers Declaration for Dangerous
Goods will be attached may be entered in this key. This number need not be entered by the shipper. It may be
entered by the accepting operator at the time it is assigned. This key may also be left blank.
Key 4. Page...of...Pages. Enter the page number and total number of pages of the Shippers Declaration for
Dangerous Goods form. Enter "Page 1 of 1 Pages" or leave blank if there are no extension pages.
Key 5. Shippers Reference Number. Enter the 17-character transportation control number (TCN).
Key 6. Optional Block. Unit cargo identification information may be entered. This key may also be left
Key 7. Shipment Within Passenger Aircraft and Cargo Aircraft Limitations.
If the shipment is acceptable for movement on both passenger and cargo aircraft, delete "Cargo Aircraft
If the shipment is allowed on cargo aircraft only, delete "Passengers and Cargo Aircraft."
Key 8. Airport of Departure. Enter the three-digit Port of Embarkation (POE) and/or the in-the-clear
geographical location of the airport of departure.
Key 9. Airport of Destination. Enter the three-digit Port of Debarkation (POD) and/or the in-the-clear
geographical location of the airport of destination.
Key 10. Shipment Type.
- Delete "Radioactive" if the shipment contains no radioactive material.
- Delete Nonradioactive if the shipment contains radioactive material.
Key 11. Proper Shipping Name. Enter the PSN as it appears in table A4.1. Enter the following information,
if applicable, in association with the basic description:
- Technical name, in parentheses, when required by attachment 4.
- The letters RQ preceding the PSN for a hazardous substance (see A4.5).
The word "TOXIC" for a liquid or solid Class 6.1 PG I or II material if the PSN or hazard class does not
identify by name the material as toxic.
For materials which are toxic (poisonous) by inhalation, enter the words "TOXIC-INHALATION
HAZARD" and "ZONE A", "ZONE B", "ZONE C", or "ZONE D" for gases, or "ZONE A" or "ZONE B"
for liquids, as appropriate. The word "TOXIC" need not be repeated if it is already identified in the PSN.
Enter "INHALATION HAZARD" and the appropriate zone.
- The word Waste preceding the PSN for a hazardous material that is a hazardous waste.
Key 12. Class and Division. Enter the hazard class and division number given in column 3 of table A4.1.
- For Class 1 material, include the compatibility group letter.
- For Class 1 material, enter either the Inhabited Building Distance (IBD) or Subdivision if assigned in the
DoD Joint Hazard Classification System (JHCS) or classification approval document (i.e., IBD: (18) or
- For a single item with more than one hazard, enter the hazard class number of the item's primary hazard.
Key 13. UN, NA, OR ID No. Enter the United Nations (UN), North American (NA), or identification number
(ID) given in column 4 of table A4.1. Include the UN, NA, or ID prefix and the number.
Key 14. Packing Group. Enter the application Packing Group (PG) given in column 5 of table A4.1.
Key 15. Subsidiary Risk. Enter the subsidiary risk if given in column 6 of table A4.1.