Unless otherwise stated, this Agreement constitutes the full agreement between you and the DNA regarding this website and replaces all prior or simultaneous notifications or suggestions between you and the DNA regarding this website and the Services. You can only amend this agreement if you ask for the written agreement signed by the DNA for such an amendment. Well, the DNA agreement indicates which goods and hazardous substances can be transported or excluded from water transport. The mode of packing, loading or unloading is also displayed. It also contains, among other things, guidelines on the classification of dangerous goods, necessary markings, documentation, fire-fighting devices and equipment that includes ships for the transport of dangerous goods, means of transporting goods (including dry cargo and tanker vessels), training of both crew and persons involved in the transport of goods , procedures for granting marketing authorizations. This is how the DNA agreement regulates maritime traffic. In addition, the risk of pollution or environmental contamination will be eliminated and safety on waterways will also be increased. Following contacts with the EEC-UN in 1995, the CBSC played an important role in the development of the European Convention on the International Transport of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways. These negotiations culminated in the signing of an agreement on 26 May 2000 in Geneva. The new agreement, known as DNA, came into force on February 29, 2008. The regulation attached to this agreement was based primarily on the conditions of the DNAR.
The updated DNA regulations came into effect on February 28, 2009. For its part, the CBSC decided that the DNA regulation would be replaced by the DNAR after a transitional period. This came into effect on January 1, 2011. The CBSC resolution, based on the exercise of its powers under the Mannheim Convention, provides for a number of adoption mechanisms (Resolution 2009-II-20). The European agreement on the international transport of dangerous goods by inland waterways is a European agreement on the international transport of dangerous goods by inland waterways. It should be remembered that DNA regulations in Europe are amended every two years. DNA consists of the main legal text (the treaty itself) and the rules attached to it. The main objective of the treaty was to ensure high international security for the transport of dangerous goods by inland waterways.
In addition, the parties to the agreement wanted to facilitate transport and promote international trade in dangerous goods. In addition, the DNA agreement contributes to the protection of the environment by preventing pollution due to accidents or incidents that occur during the transport of products considered dangerous.